Taman Selini Beach Bungalows
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... reef", just off the coast of Pemuteran is a man made reef, consisting of more than 60 structures - wire horses, dolphins and Buddha statues for example. it reminded me of some of the wreck dives I did in Egypt, and for the rest of the day I had Sebastian singing "under the sea" in my head. We saw cuttlefish, sting ray and other things I'll never remember the name of, nor the signals for underwater. I can't wait until a way to talk underwater is invented. I think I ...
... that went into getting up there. Also, it was so eye opening to see these men that work so hard for so little, and so many of them had such a big smile on their face. One guy we spoke to was just so proud of the fact that he was able to provide for his children, one of whom was heading off to university. He just kept saying 'I do this for rice, for money, for my children'. It really makes you think about how fortunate we are in terms of work. How we complain sometimes... sitting ...
... fish and other organisms sway beneath the surface of the water. Early evening Caleb went for a nap (6:30pm) that turned into a twelve hour sleep. He woke up the next morning unaware that he had just slept through dinner and was still in his clothes. In the meantime, Christine and I had room service delivered and dined on our outside deck which has seating for probably ten or so. There we random DVDS also so we watched a film. Quite the ...
... at a set depth there was a gentle current that ran along the wall that took us along. We literally just had to float there and watch it go by. Huge fans of coral waved hypnotically from the wall, fish swam here and there, darting into holes and hides. And behind us, just a solid wall of the deepest blue. Just a fantastic experience really. One of the best and has made me so annoyed that I couldn't dive when I was in Thailand! But, perhaps that's an adventure for another ...
... What they didn't tell us before though was that because we didn’t pay the extra to ride in the Jeep to Mount Bromo we actually got the raw end and had to stay in ****** room’s right at the entrance to it as we had decided to let our own two feet carry us through the National Park.
Anyhow we awoke at the unholy hour of 3am ready to traverse a "sea of sand" for an hour and a half which surprisingly was even harder than it sounds! ...