After leaving Bali, we took a quick 30-minute flight over to another island in Indonesia called Lombok. It’s a secluded island with very little tourist traffic, and the definition of paradise. We stayed in a homestay bungalow on Kuta beach which provided a great view of the ocean. The owners cooked us a homemade meal every day for breakfast, which was the perfect way to start our day. We had motorbike drivers that took us around the island to different local spots which gave us a unique insight to all that this beautiful island had to offer.
While we were there we visited Segar beach for sunset, explored around Tanjung beach and Mawun beach, enjoyed fresh coconuts at Mawi beach, and relaxed at The Summit Cafe for lunch. One of our favorite spots for dinner was Nana’s – a must try! There are a lot of wild dogs on the island of Lombok (I’m a dog lover by nature), so I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to turn all of my empty coconuts into water bowls. It was also a daily occurrence to see the buffalo’s grazing around the island with their keeper in tow.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a sunset as pretty as the one’s offered in Lombok 🙂