Amertha Bali Villas
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- Swimming pool
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... for the famous blue fire, which Ijen is known for. Apparently it is the only volcano in the world to produce it... and whilst I know this is probably not true, it is still very rare. You didn't really need a gas mask for the short time that we were down there, but god help you if the wind catches the sulphur and engulfs you in it. It literally makes you feel like you can't breathe. It happened to Nils when he was down there, and he genuinely thought he was going to die. Plus, when ...
... just for us. The structure, furnishings and Balinese gardens are stunning - okay I splurged a bit here. The bathroom has huge windows that open on to small bridges, Buddhas and still ponds - I felt like I was at home at Dad's in Victoria. We got straight to snorkeling after lunch right off the beach at our resort. There is a large coral regrowth program here that has earned accolades by UNESCO. Caleb and I spent a good hour and a ...
... Back from snorkeling I told the kids they have 36 hours to do what they will - if your hungry get food - All you need is a room number. I have two virgin coladas delivered to their room to get them in the right frame of mind. Dorrie and I rounded up dirty clothes and deliver them to a laundry lady up the road. I swim long slow distance in the ocean past coral and tropical fish. More booze ...
... me. It had such a weird texture! It felt like it was made from some sort of semi ridged foam! I got a little freaked out when it started squirming so I dropped it back onto to floor. Surfacing we broke for lunch in some shallows and watched massive shoals of fish swim around the boats, it was a perfect setting with the sun out, sprawled across the boats. Our second diving location was a huge rock and coral wall that was just... Enchanting really. Once we swam down and ...
... lighting the tips of the many volcanoes slowly appearing in front of us. We took hundreds of the same photo as it was impossible to stop snapping, but we could not understand where the hundreds of people (from reading the guide books) were all hiding, and why they were missing such a spectacle! It was only as we were heading to the crater of Bromo afterwards that it dawned on us that there had been hundreds of other tourists witnessing the sunrise as we saw the convoy of ...