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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... snorkelling. Neither of us had ever done it before. We rented equipment from the hotel and headed to the beach. This place is perfect for novices like us, you can snorkel from the beach, no need to go out on a boat and jump into deep water. We headed out and loved it right away. There is so much to see down there. Hundreds of fish of all shapes, sizes and colors..plants, corral...so beautiful!!! We quickly developed a system of ...
... end verspeisten. Die Zeit im Amed war insgesamt sehr entspannt und deswegen umso besser. Schnorcheln, Schwimmer, Sonnen, Fisch essen, quatschen, Livemusik hören, schlafen :) Zum krönenden Abschluss gabs noch ein Bambus-Lagerfeuer am Strand - für einen echten Norddeutschen gehört das ja einfach dazu!
After spending some days in the mountain and jungle araes, it was time to go to the beach again. I chose ...
... streets, sharing the space with countless pedestrians, countless more scooters, and the odd determined taxi navigating its way through streets about a foot wider than the vehicle itself.
Busy, crazy, noisy, and filled with a diverse population of tourists of all ages, some of whom had obviously been coming here for decades, Kuta Bali in many ways reminded me of Bangkok, Thailand. Some people love Bangkok, as we do, but ...
Today was all about trust, and lack of trust. We started our morning at the ungodly hour of 6am (strange to think now that for the past 3 years, I was getting up at 5:50am to start my 10+ hour work day...), and started the packing up ritual. By 6:50, we were packed, and were downstairs paying for our hotel and getting a taxi. The man at reception called a friend who owned a taxi, who charged us $10 to get to the beach. Was this a ...
... a lady playing the 'Gender' - a traditional Balinese instrument which is a bit like a xylophone (wikipedia says 'Genders have bronze keys that are hung over bamboo resonators and are struck with a wooden mallet'). These instruments make a lovely 'plinky plonky' tinkling sound (clearly the proper musical description!) which I love and it made for a really nice atmosphere. The most amusing part of dinner was when Dan ordered two small Bintang and then had a bit ...