Hotel Uyah Amed Spa and Resorts
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... We headed back to shore feeling a tad disappointed and checked our book for the other spot mentioned. We got directions and walked down the beach to the entry point. The snorkeling was much better there with more interesting fish to see. We particularly liked the black, white and yellow striped fish. Unfortunately it was still too difficult for Nalini and Shankar to get in.
We set off for Amed, a ...
... being anything but nice!) but luckily we realised and managed to get them away from our bags and get back to the car.
After a surprisingly good night sleep in the car we all drove back to Ubud to drop the cars off and figure out our next place to visit...I had such an amazing time travelling around Bali despite the last eventful day, the places and experienced along they way were an insight to the real Balli life outside touristy doors!
... so extreme the opposite way when it comes to barriers & safety protection.
At this twin lake viewpoint was another friendly gentleman with a menajerie of animals too. Large black python, iguana, bats & chameleons. This time 100,000Rph to hold them all, craziness, that's $10 NZD. See the photos for the happy boys animal club!!
Next stop a restaurant on the top of the mountain, on a ridgeline, ...
... br> The next couple of days passed very peacefully and other
than AK venturing out to buy Sim Cards it consisted of lots of sleep, swimming
and snorkelling near the Homestay. We found a little cove where you could hire
a sunbed for about 80p and spent the afternoon exploring. Most of the coral was
dead but there was still quite a few nice fish to see and some sections were
still alive and colourful. AK found a sunken temple and came back to tell SJ
who went to explore. ...
... with his bright blade clove Teuktilites cleanly in two from breastbone to pelvis. Mighty Teuktilites fell in a spray of bright death, and his armor clattered upon him.
Hoppy went inside, had a nice morning snack of carrots, and curled up under a warm blanket for a nap.
The upshot is that I am now reading the kids the Butler translation of the Odyssey. You learn all sorts of things when you ...