Wawa Wewe I Bungalows

PO Box 124, Amed, Bali, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amed

Time to Relax

A travel blog entry by aksj_gortw


... We stopped in a town
where there was a large football pitch. AK wanted a picture as the view in the
background was the still very active Mount Agung volcano. Wow, the kids here
have a great place for a kick around…beats the back field in Brooky.

Eventually the roads got just a little bit too crazy for us
so we turned around and headed back to Amed. We stopped off at the little cove
for a snorkel and a beer and headed back to the homestay.

That night ...

Top 10 special experiences in GT

A travel blog entry by dear.world

1. Vodka Joss - one shot vodka, one bag of Joss (Indonesian candy tasting powder that includes the caffeine in three red bull). Start with pour the joss into your mouth, add vodka and then mix it, shake your head. Swallow! Makes everyone smiley and ready to party! Tequila race is now old... 2. Open roof bathroom in rain season. How lovely to be able to take your showers under the stars every night! But wait until the rain season hits the island and realize how odd it is to ...

Some days are nothing but trouble

A travel blog entry by threemonthsaway

24 hours of travelling to get to Sydney. Walk, wobbly boat again, van for 1,5 hours, fly to Jakarta, 5 hrs layover, flight to Sydney. Sounds easy and so it was for the most part. Up until the check in counter for our last flight. Exhausted and covered with dust, all we wanted was to drop off our bags and get our boarding passes. Last time I checked, I did not need a visa for Australia. I still don't. But I need ...


A travel blog entry by dpcw

... bay as you walk down the big hill from Bunaten & see the coral & clear water.  Went back to Enak for dinner, had to book a table for 8.30.  Had the curry as it smelt beautiful when a couple were eating it at lunch time & they recommended it.  Where it was so dark we could see so many stars the most we have ever seen ...

Starfish, Angelfish, reef fish, CUTTLEFISH!!!

A travel blog entry by graysoncobb


... according to our cab driver. Although, who knows if that's true since he blatantly had an ulterior motive toward taking us to his buddy's bungalows for "cheap price," “good views” and an extra 50,000Rp.

Although we were booked to stay at Dillion’s Bungalow in Amed, I panicked as we drove past. It looked in shambles (it was just under construction, in hind sight) and was a km out of town (which was not too far, really). ...

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