Amertha Bali Villas
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... up was pretty tough going as some of the ascent to the top was really steep, we we forced to stop more than a few times just to catch our breath. Tourists weren’t the only ones making their way up to the crater however. Many local men were lugging a cumbersome wicker basket up the climb, although that’s nothing compared to what they have to bring back down! Once they reach the summit they each gather sulphur into the basket weighing ...
... certificate when we come to our next good dive location. Being so happy about diving and having already spent over our budget today we decided why not smash the budget and get drunk as well. We found a bar that had a sofa. Its been nearly 2 month since I sat on a sofa and my god I really miss sofas as much as I miss bacon. So once in the sofa drinking began. As we were leaving we began chatting to the bar people, one of which was Canadian. This guy then put his beer on the bar and asked ...
... in an anemone! Every once in a while we could see scuba divers or their bubbles coming up from the wall below. The snorkeling was fantastic and we were so glad to have gone out for the day.
We were back in Pemuteran by 3 pm and Nalini and Shankar met us at the beach. They aren’t strong swimmers so wanted to go out with us and brought their lifejackets with them. They rented one snorkel set to share and Nalini went out ...
... As we were near the crater, the suphourous smell was getting stronger to the point that it's nauseating. So it was wise to wear a mask too, not any mask, but a mask that comes with gas filter. Along the way, we saw miners walking up and down carrying the sulphur crystals on their shoulder, some even shaped the sulphur into certain shapes and sell as souvenirs! The site is a labor-intensive sulfur ...
... is surrounded by sharp cliffs and nearby there is also a small stalagmite cave, which we visited later for its healing properties. According to our guide those water in the cave are never-ending and are called 'holy' water. He suggested to us to bring some along with us as it can help 'protect' us. The magnificent view is to see the brute force of the river flows that it hurtles down at least 30metres. Makes it impossible ...