Blue Moon Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... as well as our own thoughts about seeing
some friendly faces from home after such a long time. This was a celebration of
love and engagement, and we wondered how nervous and excited Eugene was – it must
have been a hundred times more excited and nervous as we were, that’s for sure!
After some searching for the villa we spotted Eugene in the
street with the villa staff, after the proposal had been made, and our task was
to be guided in ...
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Our friends had kept our carryon suitcases and we traveled to Gili with a small backpack, which included our favorite Bali lounge dress, two swim suits, sarong, kindle, cell phone, underwear and a sleep shirt. We brought a hairbrush, toothpaste, shampoo and sunscreen…that's about it. You’ll see us with the same clothes on in most of the photos. Same goes with ...
... a diver and snorkeler's paradise in the northeast. Amed is actually a name for different small fishermans' villages that extending along a black volcanic sand beach. There is a great coral reef really close to the beach so you can get there easily by snorkling.
In Hoky Homestay I met a girl from Singapore and a Belgian. The Singaporian had been to Bali several times and called Amed her favorite place.She knew some of ...
... his suicidal driving did get us to our Guesthouse in Lovina earlier than expected... albeit feeling slightly nauseous and frazzled. (See my comments on Indonesian roads at the bottom... total other kettle of fish).
Arriving at 8.30pm, we checked into the basic but quaint, clean guesthouse a stone's throw from the volcanic ash beach and booked our dolphin viewing tour for the morning. 5.45am start but it was SO worth it. The BEST sunrise ...
... to spot. You really need a magnifying glass to see them. After such good finds on Bali we took the short flight east to the Komodo National Park hoping our luck would hold. We spent the afternoon at about seven different dive centres in the scuba hub of Labuan Bajo and left confused and luke warm about all of them. My 'hell yes' or 'no' mantra was being tested. Then we saw a tiny office offering basic accommodation and good diving on a small nearby island. Sold! Two hours later ...