Continues from here.
The last day of our holiday in Lombok, and both Zara and I woke up 6am+ when it was already bright outside. She wanted to go to the pool, while I wanted to walk around the beach.
So we compromised. Beach first, pool later.
It was a lovely day to explore the beautiful grounds of Jeeva Klui and Klui Beach.
A lost crab found in the garden
When I tried to bring it out to the beach, it started frothing. Wonder if it’s a reaction of anger, or fear
A lone fisherman
Water at Klui Beach is very clear, and corals can be found near the shore
Mossy rock at the tide pool
Girls searching for clams at the tide pools
Local warongs at Klui Beach which were abandoned on that day
Cows gracing near Klui Beach
Very soft and fine black volcanic sand.
Beautiful and serene Klui Beach
Footprints of a Bird or Chicken?
Jeeva Klui has a couple of these pavilions for sunbathers in the day, and romantic dinners in the night.
House keeper in Jeeva Klui
Outdoor seating at the Restaurant. Not many early risers, hence it was totally empty.
Zaria and Daddy joined us an hour later for breakfast, and of course, Zaria wanted to spend time at the pool too. So the girls had pool side breakfast.
My breakfast, Nasi Goreng
Daddy’s breakfast, soft boiled eggs
Zara’s breakfast, omelette
Zaria’s breakfast, french toasts
The girls spent some time at the pool and then we had to return to the room to pack.
Our souvenir from Lombok – some seashells and dead corals swept to the beach. The red corals are from Pink Beach, which gave the beach there a pink hue.
The spacious verendah of our room
The spacious toilet area
The shower area in the room
Everything here is so beautiful, even the Do Not Disturb and Make Up Room Sign.
This was one of the best holidays we’d been on. Lombok is such a gem, we’d definitely return, maybe next year.