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... Not bad! Included in this are daily lunches, 9 dives, transportation to the far west Marine Park and Menjangan Island (1 ½ hour drive and 30 minute boat trip), then the following day, a 2 hour transport to Tulamben for dives on the USAT Liberty shipwreck, a night dive in Lovina, and one night accommodation. BOOM! To top it off, I basically get to redo the entire Open Water Course with David for free, talk about ...
... area with several hotels and guest houses. We found ours near the volcanic sand beach, down a lane off the main road. We had booked a deluxe room, boasting 30 sq m, a nice pool and almost all of our must-have features including breakfast for $50 (20% taxes & fees in). The beach was not the most attractive, but we aren't the surf-frolicking type. This was a bake-out stint. Time to catch up on the blog, research future destinations, read and enjoy ...
... with a girl. She is so beautiful and we were delighted that she woke up for milk so we could have a cuddle.
Came back to the hotel and gave out all the clothes that bring up for our beach friends.....they have so little and love them. We collect instead of our home friends throwing out and bring them to Bali.
Sure enough one by one they all appeared after word got around and I have kept a few things but ...
... on our valuable time.
The weather was glorious, and the journey was lovely. However, current and wind conspired against us to slow poor Island Prism to a mere 3.6 knots. The local ferry to Kaledupa chugged past us, packed full of shouting and waving people who pulled out smartphones to snap pictures of our pretty little yacht. The bow of the ferry was covered in motorbikes and mopeds. They came close to us then passed us by, leaving us to ...
... seem like a phosphorescent glow. The whole of the ocean was silver, stretching to the limits of visibility. Was it a biological phenomenon? An erupting volcano deep under the Banda Sea? Alien activity? Keeping watch has never been so eerie.
Later discussion suggests that what we saw probably was an underwater volcano far beneath us. It explains why the whole sea seemed to shine from within. Bioluminescence usually requires movement ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet