Wawa Wewe I Bungalows
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... been on the local rice wine (arak). After answering their questions with short answers, we managed to climb back into the car, and after nearly shutting the door with one of their hands in, we raced away. Harmless fun I am sure, but you can never be too careful.
Soon enough we arrived at the Amed stretch. There is actually a small village called Amed, but the 10km coastal stretch from Amed to Aas is known as the Amed area. We stopped in a village called Bunutan, ...
... as they have a more curved face. The visibility was incredible with such a vast number of different fish species. Even the coral was beautiful, making the overall snorkelling fantastic. To top it all off, as we headed back to the shore, we spotted a sea crate. We watched it for ages as it slowly dug itself a hole and disappeared down it. With sunset last night being so enjoyable, we decided to return to the same spot, however we underestimated the distance and time it ...
... against in the end, even though it's cheap here! We chilled out at the guesthouse for the rest of the late afternoon before we went out for some grub in the evening. Everything seems to come to life in the night, there are people everywhere! We went to the Sama Sama reggae bar for some food. The love music was really good. Afterwards we had a long walk up the stretch, we went the wrong way this afternoon. Most of the restaurants and bars were in the opposite way, lots ...
... through the private gardens,
down some very hot steps towards our private sea front entrance, and with a
splash we were in, looking down through our masks at the tropical life all
around. Schools of tiny fishes swam with us, vibrant blue, almost illuminous
fish about 1ft long darted around catching food from the coral which lit up in
shades of pink and blue beneath us. As we swam along the rocks we saw so many
different varieties of fishes, long, short, ...
... dejected. Having to jump overboard in 20 feet of water and then try to figure out how to breathe without sucking up water was just not working for her. After the lunch break, I took her along side the boat which was pulled up on shore and helped her figure out how to go through the basics while her feet were on solid ground. She practiced for about 15 minutes and as luck would have it out next stop was in very sheltered water where ...