Now that the worst of the monsoon is over, the skies have cleared and beautiful weather is here again… just in time for the crowds that flocked to Lombok for the Bau Nyale Festival and the Nyepi long weekend this month.
Lombok was busy with people escaping the Day of Silence on Bali and is now getting ready to welcome holiday-makers for the Easter break.
Tucked away in a small laneway in Kerandangan Valley, just a few minutes north of Senggigi, is a very special place known as “Tanah Bintang”, which roughly translates as “Star Land”.
On a small parcel of land, two separate two-storey buildings house a number of classrooms, meeting areas and workspaces where children come willingly to learn new skills that will hopefully help them build a future.
• “African Weeks” is now on at Lombok Coffee House! Coffee connoisseurs and the curious can try distinctive coffees from the African continent. Currently available are coffees from Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia (the country where coffee was first found).
Now that we have everyone’s attention with that headline, please take a moment to read this important information!
As many of our regular readers know, The Beach Club in Senggigi has arranged for the Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA) to come to Lombok at the beginning of April and address the dog problem in Senggigi.