Wawa Wewe I Bungalows

Address: PO Box 124, Amed, Bali, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on PO Box 124, Amed.
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    Travel Blogs from Amed

    Bali Day 6

    A travel blog entry by matteobe on Sep 08, 2014

    Oggi ci siamo svegliati alle 7 e abbiamo preso gli scooter e siamo andati alla spiaggia davanti al Ecodive a fare un po' di snorkeling. I coralli nn erano male, ma la mia maschera e il boccaglio avevano qualche problema e alla fine x frustrazione ho smesso di stare in acqua. Dopo un'ora in mare siamo ritornati all'ostello e abbiamo mangiato la …

    Surpsie in paradise villa!

    A travel blog entry by dandalessandro on Apr 02, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... also by the
    network of gulley’s that feed the lowland crops. We rode out through twisty
    winding country roads, up hills, down sharp bends and through towns and
    villages. The scenery of the land and the sea are equally beautiful. One minute
    we were at the top of a hill gazing down at emerald green steps of rice fields
    cutting into the hills all around, and the next we follow the road down and we
    are at a beach looking out to sea, with the calm waves ...

    The remote Gili Islands

    A travel blog entry by mktravels on Dec 01, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Rinjani. Thirty years ago the Gili islands were uninhabited but it was only a matter of time before the more adventurous backpacker types discovered the islands and developed Trawangan into a hippy party paradise destination. It is quite strange in that the sheltered side of the island reminded us of a poor man's Maldives. Great beaches, good reefs and a real party scene in the main drag. However, you ...

    No Bitching at the beach!

    A travel blog entry by wine2nite on Oct 20, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... 8230;but even further, there’s the remains of a temple. When the volcano erupted in 1963, it hurled the ship, Liberty, off the beach and into the water…these remains could also be from the effects of the volcano. I asked the young fellow from the hotel and he verified that they were all from a temple, but wasn’t sure if it was because of the volcano… Cripes, he wasn’t even born then!

    Snorkeling was great this ...

    On Yer Bike

    A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Sep 16, 2014

    4 photos

    ... to increase their tans/burns, I was more wary and snoozed in a beach hut for most of the rest of the afternoon. Our next destination was Sunset Bar, an establishment more beach than bar which, after we had arrived, quickly filled with tourists attempting to get good views of the sunset. The sunset wasn't postcard-worthy, but still impressive as the sun descended behind a mountain on Bali. Further entertainment came in the form of a man attempting to cycle through the shallow ...