The boat was a huge speed boat and it's a good job I don't get sea sick as this thing was going so fast I swear we actually took off on a number of occasions. I arrive and check into a really sweat little guesthouse and book a few rooms as I had met some London lads that were coming over the next day to stay for a few days. Gili T is the biggest of the three with only 800 residents. The place is absolutely beautiful, the kind of scenes you would expect on a postcard. When the guys arrived we decide to hire some bikes as there are no cars or motorbikes on the island just bicycles and horses. We were told that you can get around the whole island in a few hours so we hire snorkels and fins and set off on our mini adventure. It was a nice ride, stopping when we found a nice spot to swim and snorkel. After getting about half way around we realized the dirt tracks had stopped and we were left with thick sand that was impossible to ride through. We pushed the bikes the rest of the way back and was pretty relieved when we recognized the main strip. Feeling pleased with ourselves we hired a few films and sat down at one of the bars to watch them. A lot of the bars in Indonesia have small individual huts set up with TV's and you can use them to watch whatever you want and not be disturbed by the noise of an open bar. The next few days were more of the same although the guys couldn't hack the island ride in the mornings. I was getting into the riding and thoroughly enjoyed my Jessica Fletcher bike with the little basket at the front. We chilled out, ate some great seafood and hit the bars. Although I have met some great people it was nice spending time with fellow Londoners as you have that bond and can understand each other 100% whereas humour is sometimes lost on northerners or Americans. All good things must come to an end and im running out of visa time in Indonesia so I have booked my boats ticket to Lombok so what this space.