Life in Amed Boutique Hotel
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Beautiful garden villas with main bedroom & bathroom on the ground foloor. 2 more single beds on a mezzanine - so good for familes. Swimming pool, beach right there. Very attentive and helpful staff and a good restaurant/bar.
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After my full day of diving, it was nice to grab a bite to eat and then enjoy a few cocktails with the neighbors… didn’t stay up long, though.
Lazy, lazy day today. Snorkeling this morning. Saw what looks like a big bell on the ocean floor while I was snorkeling and also discovered a whole sculpture intact of a girl holding an offering basket (there was coral growing in the basket) very detailed and the pedestal ...
We met a guy out in the surf line (Australian, of course--it seems like half of the people in Bali are Australian!) that put us in touch with someone who could set us up with some trips for cheaper than what we would normally find (we did verify this). The guy's name was Loco, and we set up two trips. This entry is about the first one, in which we did some "mountain biking," whitewater rafting, and capped the day off with a nice visit to the BROS....hospital. To find out why we ...
... did some Greco-Roman wrestling in the pond.
We got dinner after the Monkey Forest, in a beautiful setting at a candle-lit table overlooking the rice paddies. Everything we've eaten in Indonesia has been delicious, and I'm glad we have two weeks here to try dozens of dishes. Plus we found nachos in Ubud! Dennis had to work at 8:30 p.m., so we headed back to our room. This is only the third place on our trip where wifi has been available in our room. Because Dennis ...
... who would unload the vehicles for you, bring the equipment down to the cafe (About 150metres) then unpack and setup all the equipment sans the scuba tanks and weight belts. They would take these and lug them the additional 150 metres to the shore-line. For us, it was a simple case of getting into our wetsuit, heading down to the water, putting our weight belt, picking up our tanks and jumping in. If that didn't make me feel guilty and/or ...
... that air would be provided. After it did, and probably for a while, until I get my confidence up and experience level up, I used up my air pretty quick on dives, but that'll come with time. That first day, we spent two hours in the pool, learning how to get comfortable taking the regulator out of my mouth, and clearing it when it went back in, as well as finding it again if it went over my shoulder. He showed me how to clear my mask if I got water in it, a feat I thought didn't make ...