Alam Asmara Dive Resort
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... from our favourite ‘Warung’ (local eatery) home to the lovely owner Geta, holding our pack of playing cards that we’d passed some time with in the and both Adi and Irzan were inquisitive as to what they were. We initially thought they were joking but their innocent looks told us they really had never seen a pack of cards before, let alone know what they were used for! As Adi kept saying whilst laughing his smokers ...
... diving, so there were quite a few other people out round the wreck. Steve did his best to see some of them off though, first accidentally head butting some beginner divers after a wee free dive down to a an interesting section of the ship, and eventually surfacing in the middle of another group of divers who seemed equally as surprised as he did when his head made contact with their fins! The fish and coral around the wreck were amazing ...
... was to encounter Manta Rays. This was a long choppy ride located on
the west side of Nusa Penida. We crossed a very deep channel. Visibility at
Manta Point unfortunately is limited. Huge Mantas gather there because of the
vast amount of plankton which limits viz. When you dive for Mantas it is pretty
much a sit and wait proposition. We were not disappointed. We were surprised
how large these were (easily 12 feet across). The ...
... orange ribbon very early in the morning. I don't think the coordinators sleep much on these things. Apparently the new orange ribbons being used are well liked by locals. They have seen kids take them down and wear them around their necks. Great for kids, not so great for route navigation. My first ride was split up and rather easy. 35k in the morning with a four hour ferry ride to Lombok, followed by 32k ride to our hotel in Sengiggi. All relatively ...
Well with my luck of Lion Air continuing I was yet again delayed, this time in Jakarta, after my hour and a half flight and already three hour layover. In typical fashion I slept most of my travel day away and yet still arrived in Lombok exhausted. It was now almost 9pm and very dark after the hour long local bus that took me to Sengiggi beach. With no place in mind to stay or any map other than the ****** one in Lonely Planet I set off with my large ...