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The next stage in our introduction to Asian busing was our trip from Lovina to Pemuteran, which is another beach "town" more known for snorkeling/diving. Pemuteran was very strange because it was not really a town so much as it was a building here and there along a road. The diving and snorkeling industry was well-developed, having lots of shops and dive centers, but nothing else was. There was no central town, a surprising lack ...
... better then the Monkey Forest in Ubud. Both monkey experiences were great, but to compare, this 'side of the road' experience was very jolly with lots of giggles. Putu had brought along a bag of chopped pawpaw leaf, monkeys loved this more than banana, plus Tiernan and Kyrian were feeding the monkeys some tapioca crisps. We just sat on the footpath with the monkeys..... good friends, having a feed, just no beer! We had ...
Am ready to jump in the water in Gilimanuk and to explore the area again. We had two really good dives there although the water was quite refreshing (not to say cold, unfortunately I only brought a 2.5mm wetsuit).
We saw some really nice frogfish, lots of pufferfish, quite a lot of batfish, and incredible swarm of catfish and loads of other fishswarms...
After two muck dives we started our hunt for a decent priced homestay/hotel ...
... coral. After the dive i left my luxury pad and checked into the Arjuna Homestay which as well as having 15 nice rooms has a six bed dorm for 75,000INR a night (and it’s got a swimming pool). The place only opened in July so is brand spanking new and the owners really friendly. It also has an on-site dive shop – Dive Concepts. It may well be at the top of my list of favourite hostels i’ve stayed. ...
... jackets, so we followed the recommendations found on a blog and opted for a speedboat operated by Scoot Cruises. The crossing took 30 minutes and included pick up and drop off in the Rp 550'000 ticket, even all the way to Ubud for the return trip. Embarking and disembarking happens on the beach, so wear shorts, and the crew loads and unloads your luggage for you. If the tide is low, though, they will let you carry it for 30 metres in 30 centimetres of water, which is rather ...