Anda Amed Resort
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Hi everyone – the secret is out, and what a wonderful surprise
it has been!
We hope that everyone back home is well and good, as always
we are thinking of you lots, and seeing Jess and Eugene has brought back
memories of home like you wouldn’t believe. We cant wait to give you all a big
hug when we get home.
It’s hard to know where to start writing this blog entry,
and the pictures and words that I write just ...
... snorkelling. Neither of us had ever done it before. We rented equipment from the hotel and headed to the beach. This place is perfect for novices like us, you can snorkel from the beach, no need to go out on a boat and jump into deep water. We headed out and loved it right away. There is so much to see down there. Hundreds of fish of all shapes, sizes and colors..plants, corral...so beautiful!!! We quickly developed a system of ...
... nachos and potato wedges) and sit it out. 4 hours later and sick of nachos, I have my bag! WE'RE OFF.
Now I can actually talk about Bali and the island itself! On our first night, we stayed in Lovina, on the Northern coast of the island, as this is the best spot to go dolphin watching at sunrise, with a 90% chance of actually seem them. We took a registered taxi from the airport to start the 4 hour journey which only set us back 40 ...
... time, just in case, we both made a fake wallet with only a little bit of money in it in case we got pulled over again. The waterfalls were all up in the mountains, and we had a blast cruising around up there through thick forest, past stepped rice paddies, and down farm-laden slopes. Especially beautiful was at the top of the mountains where the road was constructed right on top of the ridge. Over to one side we could see lakes and rice paddies, and over to the other side we could see ...
... and looks quite strange from the outside.
The flowers are produced in clusters directly on the trunk and older branches; this is known as cauliflory. The flowers are small, 1–2 cm (0.39–0.79 in) diameter, with pink calyx. While many of the world's flowers are pollinated by bees (Hymenoptera) or butterflies/moths (Lepidoptera), cacao flowers are pollinated by tiny flies, Forcipomyia midges in the ...