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* All of the photos in this post are from the dive shop
Anoop and I got up early since we were doing our dive class and had to be at the dive centre for 9 am. We said goodbye to Nalini and Shankar since they were heading back to Surabaya later that day and left Keith sleeping in our room. He hadn't been feeling well that night and we hoped he would be feeling better when we returned in the afternoon. We were doing the discover scuba dive class which is meant for ...
... dish-washing soap and a tooth brush.
We then moved to the sanding and polishing wheels. Jacqui found this one of the most difficult parts of the process as it was impossible to hold onto the small pendant without either sanding her fingers or having the wheel fling the piece straight out of her grip! Luckily the pendant was solid enough to withstand the abuse… After a quick wipe down with a polishing cloth, ...
... expensive hotel or restaurant. Our accommodation was another recommendation from the German boys, we're staying in little bungalows, which are like mini houses with grass roof tops and a little terrace outside. The room is clean and modern and has a really nice bathroom and a good fan, I mean probably one of the nicest places we've stayed in during our trip so far. We've really spent the last couple of days just relaxing, getting a good night sleep and ...
... br> One of his boat boys, Cheu, met us at the airport with a car. To my surprise, they drive on the wrong side of the road. Obbie let me have the front seat while they caught up.
Since we were close to evening, most businesses were closing. Cheu had arranged for one to stay open until we arrived.
Through the rain and crowded streets we weaved through traffic, honked, and avoided motorbikes. The streets reminded me of Sri Lanka with the driving of Mauritius. ...
... up in the early hours of the morning. However, do research if your accommodation is close to the mosque as being a Muslim village they pray 5 times a day between 6am and 6pm so if your not too keen on being woken up at 6am by praying then do your accommodation research!
My last piece of advice...stay as long as you can...you will never want to leave!
Here are some of my favourites:
Dinner at Scallywags - I had a seafood kebab with roasted ...