Batu Karang Lembongan Resort & Day Spa
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We left Bali after Christmas to visit the small neighbouring island of Lembongan for New Year. Situated south east of Bali, Lembongan is only a 30 minute high speed (and very bumpy!) ferry ride away but given the choppy waters in this region, 30 minutes of bouncing over waves was enough for us!
It wasn't long before we arrived in the calmer turquoise waters of the island. The ...
... very nice. We are going to rent it for $10 a day. It’s about 4 km from town, very quiet with rice paddies all around us. She will pick us up tomorrow for our move. (another ha ha- Sonia understood Dawey to say that we could not see the house until the next day because the Guru was there and we had to wait…. What she really said, was Yogi, her nephew went to school and we had to wait until after 3pm so they would have 2 ...
We traveled over to Lembongan Island to get in some good snorkeling before Andy has to leave us. On the way over there, Boo, Andy, and I were allowed to sit on the roof of the boat. We had a relaxing, sunny cruise across to the island (and it made me really, really miss being out on the boat at my cabin in Wisconsin).
Upon arrival at our villa (Andy found and booked it), we found out that it was designed for couples on a romantic getaway--everything there was designed for ...
... picked out a dress for Nay. Fending the majority of them off politely we did end up making a few essential purchases. A dress and fridge magnets for Nay, a Bintang t-shirt and a sarong for Neil. Not in truth that essential but it did give us a chance to practice haggling which is good fun if you keep it light hearted and smile throughout.
Eventually we get to the art stalls but are a bit over constantly saying "no thank you" in a mixture of English ...
... channel, which as rock and coral walls on either side narrowed, the surge of the incoming tide created a huge push-pull effect. The secret was to just go with it rather than fight against it. All the while on these dives, I was thinking about my grandad. Fascinated as he always has been with nature and an avid viewer of David Attenborough's work, I thought how much he would love to have been able to experience this himself and to see at first hand the marvels of the underwater world! ...