Mimpi Resort Tulamben
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... panthers to give us our full name. The world underwater I think looks even more 3D than on land. And although we see vibrant colours on land for some reason they are especially vibrant underwater. Maybe it's because I wasn't expecting it. Or because when it's a fish that's that colour it's crazy! As a beginner I spent a lot of time focusing on breathing (v important) staying at the right level and not accidentally kicking the coral, however when ...
Well aren't we glad that we extended our trip! Today would have been the day we got on the plane home and turned our backs on Southeast Asia! Scott's phone gave us a little reminder that we were supposed to be catching our flight at 9.20am this morning. Instead, we had breakfast on the terrace and a swing in the hammock. We hired snorkelling gear out again and went back out to spot some more turtles and turtles we found ...
... gasping for air. Same day, a half dozen dives later, I was able to stay underwater for maybe thirty seconds. By the second day, I got down to almost eighteen metres - deep enough to wave to a group of scuba divers in the same area, and maybe one minute? Once I reached bottom, I had to ascend right away for air, but Tanner and Annie stayed down another minute or two. Like I said, they have practiced. I think Tanner said he has at times been good for ...
... only 30 metres from the beach, so are very accessible. One is a US transport ship and the other a Japanese ship, both sunk during fighting in the Second World War. The wrecks used to lie further out to sea, but were washed towards the beaches in the 1960's after Agung erupted.
The US wreck was just a short walk from our accommodation, but the Japanese wreck was a short scooter ride ...
... pasta, coleslaw, couscous- but consistently good. The days have passed at leisure. The Yoga Garden offers two yoga classes per day (usually Hatha or Ashtanga at 7, followed by Vinyasa or Yin at 4.30), so I've been getting my Om on, then heading to Kayu Cafe (Gili T's healthy, organic option) to look at jobs, write, and listen to Ted Talks. There's plenty of activity on the island, for those who are so inclined: numerous establishments offer PADI courses and fun dives, ...