Bali Lovina Beach Cottages
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... 2 & 3. We walked out of gate 5, threw all the gate advice out the window and got on to the first bus we saw. High five! This backpacking thing is easier than I thought! After about 20 min of driving around the airport with the only other passengers being pilots and other staff members, we arrived at the other airport terminal and everyone got out. Cancel high five. We jumped out just on time and asked another friendly Thai guy. He smiled, nodded profusely, ...
... meter. We learnt how to clean our goggles under water and how to get water out of them. We then went to about 9m and swam around the edge of the reef. It was so cool to see everything from a depth. We could look up at the snorkelers above us. We saw lots of fish and coral. It was beautiful down there. Lots of bright colours from all around. We came back up to the surface and got back onto the boat for some lunch which was very good. We then went around to our second site ...
... no towels, ****** mattress), we went to see the orangutans. We had come to Sumatra for this reason. We walked the 15 minutes along the river to get to the sanctuary, paid our fee, trekked the 20 minutes uphill into the forest and waited. By now, my fever had been reduced. Whether it was the Alleve or the "jungle medicine" the woman at our hotel prepared for me, I don't know. But I was still exhausted.
Day 4, Wednesday: Exhaustion and Concern
... it all: perfect weather, nature everywhere, warm clear water, a diverse marine life, great little niches to hang out and zero aggressively. We stroll and every local says hello (or offers a diving tour). We met another couple in the van taking us to Lovina and we decided to go diving and dolphin watching together. I had taken my open water course in 2008 and Iuri was able to dive without a license so we went on a boat ...
... specified tourism -- less bus drivers and more local guides. Liberalization of building codes could also maintain "healthy soil" by bolstering existing economic centers and decreasing deforestation.
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