Amertha Bali Villas
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... warm office on our Macbook Pro, getting paid leave if were sick, or even paid holiday. When people complain about 'not being appreciated or rewarded at work'.. wanting a pay rise.. etc. Seeing these men just reminds you what unappreciative arseholes we can be. If Ijen taught us anything, its that we need to stop always wanting more, because we already have everything we need and more, and you'll just never be satisfied if you think that way.
... white teeth. The colors and shapes we saw would surely inspire any artist. The one incredibly disappointing thing we saw as we dove was garbage - mostly plastics. At one point we had to swim around a fairly large pile of it where the tides brought a bunch of it together. Eddie claims that the rainy season brings the garbage out to this area. Some swimming and eating wood oven pizza helped us finish the ...
... 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 ...
... Mount Bromo is an active volcano it was obviously churning out smoke and ash as we were stood there which made for a very impressive sight!
After we had finished at Bromo at around 8am we hopped back in a minivan again for another long journey further east and south of Java to the Ijen Crater. We had another 3am start to get to the Crater, however this time we were not the only hikers from the group as it is the only way to reach the summit. ...