Mark and I took a ferry from Bali to Gili Meno, one of three small islands off the coast of Lombok. While watching passengers board, I was noticing the sticker on their chests indicating their drop off point. Gili T and Gili Air kept popping up over and over, and I didn’t notice any Gili Meno stickers. “Sweet,” I thought, “We’ll get the whole place to ourselves.” At Gili Meno, we boarded the transfer boat and were the only tourists in a group of locals. When we checked into our room the woman behind the desk took a photo of us on her phone and excitedly said, “You’re our first customers back!” (Lombok had a big earthquake almost two months prior). As Mark and I gave each other glances out of the corner of our eyes, I started to doubt our decision. Maybe there was a reason no one else got off the boat here. It turns out our concerns weren’t necessary, and we had the time of our lives. We really were two of just a handful of tourists on the island and it was amazing.