Amertha Bali Villas
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... and a couple of big trigger fish and puffer fish (which I love). On the second dive we even got to swim into a very small cave, which was a first for me and actually not as scary as I thought it would be!
In the evening we were treated to an outdoor meal under the stars and a performance from a local band and then traditional Balinese dancing. It was a great introduction to Bali!
So, what now?
Onwards to Sanur for the final day of the tour. :-(
We arrived in Pemuteran without a booking to stay anywhere. This really paid off as as its low season at the moment, most places are really quiet. Because of this we negotiated our regular price of £10-12 per night for us both for a really nice place, Magus Homestay. The place was beautiful, newly done up, modern, with the comfiest bed and a really smart outdoor bathroom! Lonely Planet described ...
... assured that all we had to do was follow the road down and then follow the white stones. We thought that the darkness would be our biggest hurdle and we thought to overcome that with a handy flashlight! However once we reached the “sea” we found that we had bigger problems; it was incredibly foggy! We soon lost track of the so called white stones we had to follow so we had to try and walk in the general direction of the volcano. Easier ...
... to go and get some food before going to bed at 7! We just headed for some local food and found a small place with street food like stuff which was so good and so cheap! For us both to have food and drinks it only cost £1.45! We tacked with trying to put the mosquito net up for like an hour and after much giggling we ended up not bothering as it just wasn't working! Off to sleep to wake up at ...
... stages. We enjoyed our walk through their garden and Anoop tried climbing their bamboo ladder. It was amazing to see how tall the ladders were. We sat on the terrace and they ordered 2 cups of coffee. Since I am not a fan of black coffee, I opted out, but Anoop tried it and said it was quite smooth.
We then set off towards the northwest corner of Bali, to Pemuteran. We passed by lots of cloves drying on the roadside and you ...