Alam Asmara Dive Resort
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... 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 ...
After consulting Henri about possible places to stay on the east coast of Lombok (the internet and guidebooks were worryingly silent on the subject) we again had a 6am departure and headed for Labuan Haji. This time the route description was accurate, the road was indeed flat and the tarmac smooth beneath our wheels meaning that we arrived at our destination in about three hours. Once again fooled by cartography, we decided to carry on a bit ...
... 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 ...
... idea of breakfast, we set off towards the ticket office and met the bus coming the other way. We hopped aboard to find that the other three passengers were all British - a couple from Harrogate and a guy from Kent - and so spent the hour-long ride swapping stories of our travels.
Upon arrival at the ferry terminal, everyone else was destined for Gili Air via fast boat, while we'd opted for the cheapskate public ferry to ...
Today was our Lombok road trip with Esta and Ryan, a guy from Manchester who's been living in australia for the last two years. We had a busy day planned and with us came the driver of our own mini bus and a guy who works at the hotel, no one really knows why he came because he sure as hell has no tour guide skills going on. The places we visited were: 1) Gunung pengsong- Hindu temple full of monkeys 2) Banyumulek (pottery village in West Lombok ) ...