Adi Assri Beach Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
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... 10bar of oxygen in one go when the dive master pointed out a stingray and Martijn, confused by the hand signal, flapped his hands like a bird and shrugged his shoulders. During the second dive I thought Martijn pointed out a turtle to me and I was bummed that I missed it, but it turned out he was just waving hello at me. We had dinner on the beach, and ordered a seafood platter as a reminder us of the one we had on our first date in Tofo (that one was much better...). ...
... 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.
The best snorkeling I believe we have ever done - sorry Thailand. Christine and Caleb were able to get a sense of what true scuba diving is really like. We had a snorkel guide and a boat with driver all to ourselves today - low season. It takes about 40 minutes by boat to reach the National Park. Eddie was our guide, a young guy who is working on getting further certifications on the scuba front. He is ...
I fell in love with Bali the second we left the harbour. The roads are dotted with shrines and temples and lined with palm trees and monkeys. I couldn't wait to get settled in and explore!
We arrived at Kubuku Cottages just before lunchtime and were welcomed into a little haven, with small cottages (which each had a private open roof shower), a beautiful swimming pool, pool bar and little restaurant. Lunch was organic and freshly prepared to order - it ...
... 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 ...