Amarta Beach Inn Bungalows
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... quite nice but nothing special and today had another early start, this time heading north to Tembulen. For once, armed with Strava knowledge, we knew there was a fair amount of climbing, indeed we cycled all the way up the ridge that passes between two large mountains through an area known as Tirta Ganga. This stunning area is filled with nurseries and paddy fields, iridescent green with beautiful red and purple flowers, made all the ...
... boats called jukungs rented out by local
“captains”. One site is called Coral Gardens. It is a gentle slope with a sandy
bottom and mixed patches of soft coral. There are several artificial reefs and
it has plenty of weird little critters along with a lot of reef fish. We felt
like we were in an aquarium. There were so many nudibranchs we lost count. We
were also lucky to find a couple of pygmy seahorses. The ...
... outsider, other days I feel like I just want to go home because I want to, then other times I miss the food, or I feel homesick. But even though sometimes I feel lonely, this place has kept it's magic and probably always will. Full moon just ended and I've been to a couple of ceremonies and events people keep inviting me to. And I learned that the Balinese live to gamble. They just love it. From bets cock fighting, football, spirit ...
The "usual" - got up and had breakfast. I was very creative and did a work out in the pool :)) clever me!! Had coffee then we walked down the road so Peter could have a hair cut and manicure. I had a mani and pedi - very nice :)) then taxi to Bali Deli where we had lunch. Quick ...
... we got a longer ride as well as riding bareback on the elephant’s neck as the keepers ride them. AMAZING!!!! They are so smart those elephants.
We arrive at Villa Rindik, a very luxurious villa, with our own staff for anything we wish. As kiwis we are not accustomed to maids/servants, it feels a bit odd. But they love their jobs & are happy to help us in anyway required.
We step out through big sets of bi-fold doors straight to ...