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... an effort. This dive, unlike the first one, I used up my air more quickly. Just as he'd done for Val in the previous dive, this meant that upon telling Edi that I was down on air, he responded immediately by passing me his alternate regulator, since he seems to dive with his lungs only half full and had plenty to spare and wasn't ready to let us go up yet. We swam in tandem, breathing off his tank and with him pointing out lion fish and a scorpion fish. When we came across an anemone ...
... New Years Day, 1935 and the whole island is inside. Literally. It is the law, and it is their tradition and it is their religion.
You cannot walk the streets, no cars, planes, busses or taxis are allowed to operate. No businesses are open and if you venture out you will be escorted back to your home or hotel. The religious story behind this is that on this day all the Balinese lay low so that the evil gods will think that there is no one home ...
... parrot fish. They were so tame, we could almost touch them !!! Next up, were two baby frog fish, and then I looked up, and all I could think was, WOW, now breathe !!! The rear was right in front of me, it was impressive, so to calm me down, the divemaster showed me the smallest pygmy seahorse I have ever seen !!!!
In and out we swam through the wreck, it was pretty impressive, I must say. We did a complete tour of the ship, and when ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Angsoka Kalibukbuk
Close to the beach, good restaurant right beside... Clean, kind staff.
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