Wawa Wewe I Bungalows

PO Box 124, Amed, Bali, Indonesia | Hotel
Prices starting from $32.00

Travel Blogs from Amed

All or nothing Bali

A travel blog entry by elegibson


... to spot. You really need a magnifying glass to see them. After such good finds on Bali we took the short flight east to the Komodo National Park hoping our luck would hold. We spent the afternoon at about seven different dive centres in the scuba hub of Labuan Bajo and left confused and luke warm about all of them. My 'hell yes' or 'no' mantra was being tested. Then we saw a tiny office offering basic accommodation and good diving on a small nearby island. Sold! Two hours later ...

Day 197 Gili T

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble


... she couldn't move me. She went off and had lunch on her own while I lay face down in the sand. She had an alright time getting chatted up by a local, he probably looked much more attractive than her sand eating boyfriend. After about an hour I came round. I got up (received some funny looks from beach goers) and made for the sea to wash the sand off me. I saw Sarah walking back to the boat and went to join her. We were considering trying to find our own ...

Party Island

A travel blog entry by terryandlauren


We could hear the music from Gili T across the water on Meno, we knew it would be a tad livelier. We arrive in a swarm of tourists and try to get our bearings, our room is booked at Eden cottages and we know it's a fair walk so we get going. Busy is an understatement, it's crazy busy and the road we're on is hardly flat just a dry mud road with occasional concrete. We ask for directions at the 15minute point, oh yeah it's just up there past the broken junction and 300 meters ...

Choppy Seas

A travel blog entry by derekandjo


... the tickets at a cafe, so were not entirely convinced they were genuine! Borded the boat and set off to the other 2 islands then Lombok before we headed to Amed in Bali. The speedboat could carry 45 passengers had 3 huge engines and flew across the sea, so all was good until we spotted Dolphins! The skipper was brilliant stopped the boat and let us watch the dolphins play around us but for Jo it was the worse thing that could have happened. When ...

Gili trawangang

A travel blog entry by dear.world


... an hour later we were on our way to Gili. So good that we did go here, because this is paradise, or very very close at least. Beach is white. Water is turquoise. A long street goes along the beach full of nice restaurants, massage places and cool bars. No cars are allowed, only bikes and horse-carriages. Last one used to get my heavy bag to our nice little bungalow. About 100kr/night and then you get everything you ...

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