Chez Felix Hotel & Restaurant
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... up and we were gone; we in turn figured he was on his own mission again.
We saw an array of massive fish including barracuda and red snapper, the kind you normally only sea on your plate. I was a bit concerned with the current and asked Edd’s dad if we were being collected - we’d floated off with the current, between 2 islands to the other side and there was no way on earth I was going to be able to swim back. He assured me the ...
... and a snack at the shop and then sat in comfy chairs until we were called.
Edd’s dad came back and said our gate had been moved, but we weren’t boarding yet so didn’t have to walk down to it for a while. He walked off a while later to see if we were boarding and came back and said our gate had been moved back to the original one, where we were sitting, so we didn’t have to go anywhere. Then a lady came over the speakers a while ...
... half years! That night we slept in a small guesthouse in the tiny mountain village of Moni. It was here that the OEB began earning his name by telling us our original driver had the itinerary all wrong, we should do more, spend more days on the island (nothing to do with his being on a daily rate of course). We went to bed.
Next morning we were up at 4am to climb to the top of Kelimutu Volcano and watch the sunrise. One of the characteristics that makes ...
... starfish which were really cool. By the time we finished our second pass we were joined by some locals and the women were actually still wearing Hijabs whilst snorkelling – far better sun protection than we had!
Once we were done there, Bobby took us to another island just next door called Pulau Temba and the beach looked even more beautiful than the first as we gently cruised into the deep white sand on the edge of the island and anchored ...
... was contagious and made us even more thrilled with our exciting day.
After the boat ride back we arrived back on Kanawa around 4pm. We were pretty tired so we grabbed some bean bags and bug spray and just laid on the beach, playing tic-tac-toe in the sand and watching the staff play volleyball during their break from 5-6pm. As the sun set I actually ended up taking a nap right there on my bag on the beach. From here we essentially repeated our evening last night ...