Apa Kabar Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... this villa justice, but I’ll
On the day of arrival here Scotty and I made our way towards
Amed, which is on the East coast of Bali, and is a quiet fishing village nestled
amongst the rolling green rice fields, and flanked by the calm crystal clear
blue waters. As we drove closer it was incredibly ***********tain our
excitement, with the windows of the car down we spotted farmers hard at work in
the lush green fields, village ...
... to be able to communicate with each other under water ; look at the size of this one; that one over there has teeth; that one looks good to eat, etc. we love, love , love snorkelling!!!!
So all week we've been getting up at the crack of dawn , reading our books , napping, and snorkelling every day. The hotel delivers a nice pot of tea to our porch every morning, and in the afternoon a young man we met delivers us a huge ...
... ist bis hierher nicht durchgedrungen, dass Bob Marley nicht der einzige Musiker dieser Musikrichtung ist ;))
Auf jeden Fall kannte unser Captain Jack einen sehr schönen Schnorchelspot, an dem man durch ein Korallenriff schwimmen konnte - einfach wunderschön!
Die Hoky-Homestay-Familie war super nett und immer sehr hilfsbereich. Der Papa fuhr jeden Tag raus zum Angeln und brachte frischen Fisch nach Hause, den ...
... to us, an Indonesian feast is definitely in store for when we're back in the UK. Following the culinary adventure, Dan and his friend Ahmed came to meet us. After catching up over a drink or two, we decided to let the young whippersnappers enjoy their time and headed home. A small earthquake as we returned to base was an interesting, if not slightly alarming, novelty. Reassured by the street-side Indonesians that there wouldn't be a tsunami, we retired to ...
... before heading back to read over our notes for our exam the following day. Day 22: Our final day of our Open Water course, and the first time we went down to 18m at Manta Point. The green team was a man down as Tom suffered a bad ear infection over night so it was just us three girls :( Steph almost fell backwards off the diving boat, as the wood she was sitting on seemed to snap underneath her...very amusing for the rest of us though! On the dive we saw ...