Liberty Dive Resort
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Travel Blogs from Tulamben
Tulamben is a small town on northeastern side of Bali, and the only real reason to go here is to dive at Liberty ship wreck, which is lying in the ocean just off the beach. The beach itself is not nice, with no sand at all, just pebbles. A driver took us from Pemuteran to Tulambem, and we arrived there in the early afternoon, and checked into our …
... nicely decorated, with a beautiful semi-outdoor bathroom, a bargain given the price we’ve paid! The place seems quiet though and it’s a bit of a challenge to sort some diving out for the morning, but we manage in the end. We head out for an early dinner at a local place then head back for a quiet night and an early start.
As mentioned already, Tulamben is pretty much purely about diving. It’s got a few reef-based dive sites, but the big ...
... island is the main place everyone goes to. Tonight is was the surf bar on the beach, which hosted a beach party with fire works and a bomb fire. We stayed for a few hours and had a little dance, it wasn't all that compared to our party week in Kuta in Bali and we managed to (as always) meet the strangest group of people and then got stuck with this one guy from Germany for ages !! It was so awkward but I think Anna put him in his place eventually so all in all a funny night ...
... top and get stunning views of the coastline below catching glimpses of the truly Snow White Sand contrasting against the electric turquoise water. It was then a steep and clumsy climb down to the beach below on a semi pre made pathway. I just about survived unscarred and thank goodness I did because what came after was not to be missed. I was sent flying back to all the amazing memories of the breathtaking Boracay beaches as we stepped through the line of coconut trees ...
... who didn’t want to play football played chess and billiards, which too, was very tense as the Indonesians, are incredibly competitive.
After class I went snorkelling, which was a bit of a tiresome thing as all the kids follow you down and want to use the mask for themselves, but luckily very few swim into deep water because they’re too afraid. Snorkelling was absolutely amazing, I saw a ...