Life in Amed Boutique Hotel
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... away to check out the salt making process and another spot mentioned for snorkeling if we had time. Unfortunately, the salt making didn't start until August, but we were able to see the areas where they would collect the water and then the huge baskets where they would sift the salt. It seemed like quite a difficult and manual process compared to the salt making we had seen in France.
We drove to ...
... all the way down to Lovina our destination later that afternoon. Here we enjoyed traditional fried rice and fried noodle dishes, Gary had a spicy chicken breast dish, the meals huge. We invited Putu to join us, most often he would leave us to our own company, but we felt this was a great opportunity to get to know him better. It was great fun having him in join in, he certainly got to see a silly side of three boys.
... We thought we'd share a few of the road rules with you, just in case you ever hired a car in Indonesia:
1) Don't worry about seat belts,
2) No need for lanes or stopping distances - if you can fit, go for it. If you can't fit, try anyway,
3) Giving way...what is this?
4) Don't worry about stopping at junctions / roundabouts / traffic lights, just drive,
5) Honk your horn once for every 15 seconds you're in the vehicle.
Follow those ...
... 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 ...
... for the entire day. All TV channels are turned off, all ATM's are switched off and all blinds are drawn and curtains closed. Any windows that don't have a blind or curtain is covered with a sheet or black plastic to block out the light. Even the drive way into the hotel was covered with plastic so that people could not get in or out. The only exceptions granted are for emergency vehicles carrying those with ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLife in Amed Boutique Hotel
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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