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Taxi Stand on Gili Air, Indonesia
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No cars or scooters can be found on the small island of Gili Air in Indonesia. To get around you simply walk, use a bicycle or jump into one of these beautiful taxis!

Gili Air is the second smallest of the Gilis and it's closest to the Lombok mainland, making it popular with honeymoon couples and travelers seeking a quiet retreat. It has a population of about 1,000 and administratively lies in the West Nusa Tenggara province. The island offers excellent snorkeling and scuba diving off its east coast, and turtles can be seen along the coral reef. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gili_Air

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Tags: nusa tenggara; indonesia; outdoors; island; lombok; bali; gili air; gili islands
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