Amertha Bali Villas
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Travel Blogs from Pemuteran
... too much free-diving! I commend him for his selfless efforts, but unfortunately, it didn't work. While snorkeling, we did find some Nemos, though! The guide pointed out some anemones and would wave his hand through it until the clown fish came out. It was pretty cool!
Also exciting, I was attacked by marine life twice! So I was just swimming along, minding my own business, when I saw a big 'ol fish (a Trigger Fish, as I found ...
... million more sculptures on display, lots of people smoking fags and lots of baskets resting. There's even a man city top deying out near a fire. Allegedly the workers huddle together in a tiny wooden shack at night to keep them warm. The electricity is provided via some cables held together with sellotape As we ascend up the last bit, it becomes clear that there was a forest fire 2 moths ago. Whole area is blackened and messy looking. With all the suplhur around it's almost ...
... are four casts: Priests, Warriors, Kings and Peasants.
On the way from the ferry to Pemuteran we drove past different villages, and we saw that in each entrance there were door like sculptures on the sides: these have two meanings, on one hand it is a welcome sign (similar to the greeting with the hands together) and on the second hand they represent equilibrium.
The hotel we were staying at was a small resort ...
... charging a small fortune and we couldn't afford it. We went for a walk to price some diving up and stumbled upon a new hotel that was only a few pound more than the box room! We were gutted, it had a pool and everything. Anyway to cut a long story short we went back to the box and said we had to leave, we thought maybe they might charge us but they didn't and we moved to the new hotel :) later that afternoon we arrange with the hotel to do a ...
Bali is a bit like Tucson....no direct highways across town/country. We needed to go across the country from the mountains in the south east (Sideman) to the north west. We caravanned in four vans with 5 people in each. Drove 2 hr to Ubud...a thriving shopping & cultural center...for lunch at the famous Casa Luna; great food and really large, though beautiful. We had about 45 minutes to shop....you women know that is ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet