Life in Amed Boutique Hotel
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... stretch, in the town of Amed, allowing us the chance to travel to the better known snorkelling sites of Jemeluk and Tulamben.
Having returned the jeep, we arranged for a private car to take us to Amed, as there didn't seem to be a logical way to catch a bus; the decision turned out to be a good one as our driver knew the most scenic route and gave us a chance to savour the beautiful landscape, which was reminiscent of the paddy fields we'd seen ...
... veranda with a couple of wicker chairs and table but it's all very tired though. Which is the way we are feeling so as it's now 10am we crash for a few hours, then go and have an evening swim, the beach is not great because its quite corse grey volcanic sand but the sea is so warm it's like a bath. We wander along the beach to some bars further along for some food and a few drinks to celebrate our 100th anniversary and 20th ...
... hold, and "boom boom!", which meant we're about to have a head on collision with a massive rock! Wow. Then a drive through Sideman - one of the greenest valleys in Bali - a giant amphitheater of rice terraces and a stop at Tirta Gangga Water Palace. Last stop - Fair Warung (restaurant) the number one rated restaurant in Ubud - an incredible story. All profits ...
... according to our cab driver. Although, who knows if that's true since he blatantly had an ulterior motive toward taking us to his buddy's bungalows for "cheap price," “good views” and an extra 50,000Rp.
Although we were booked to stay at Dillion’s Bungalow in Amed, I panicked as we drove past. It looked in shambles (it was just under construction, in hind sight) and was a km out of town (which was not too far, really). ...
... to stay in touch after getting to know each other so well on the journey. Lovina is the polar opposite of Kuta. It's laid back and relaxed. It definitely feels like low season up here in the north as the bars, hotels and restaurants are pretty much empty. It appears to rain on cue at about 1pm until 5pm each day- which gives us a nice reminder of home. Talking of home, we hear the weathers taken a turn for the worse- stay warm and dry- we are thinking of ...
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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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