Puri Wirata Dive Resort and Spa Amed
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... morning. Saw what looks like a big bell on the ocean floor while I was snorkeling and also discovered a whole sculpture intact of a girl holding an offering basket (there was coral growing in the basket) very detailed and the pedestal showed two dolphins. Off to the left of the “bell” there was another “wreck” of something. All kinds of square “frames”; I don’t know if if they were part of the bell & ...
... We headed back to shore feeling a tad disappointed and checked our book for the other spot mentioned. We got directions and walked down the beach to the entry point. The snorkeling was much better there with more interesting fish to see. We particularly liked the black, white and yellow striped fish. Unfortunately it was still too difficult for Nalini and Shankar to get in.
We set off for Amed, a ...
... and lots of choice ! It was so busy we had to stand and wait for a table. I had stir fry noddles with chicken All in all a very successful day, apart from turning up at the temple after it had closed because the communication between the driver and guy from our hotel was so shockingly bad ! I'm now excited to get to sleep in the big comfy double bed, I need to enjoy every second of it because tomorrow were back to our backpacker ...
We thought it would be a quick boat across from Bali, but a long bus ride to the harbour, waiting around, and slow boat, 6 hours later we arrived on the little island. It is stunning. Such turquoise crystal clear sea that plunges into mesmerising deep blues on the horizon. Long white sand beach. Mountains of Lombok the closest mainland. And its so quiet here. So peaceful. The buildings all just bamboo huts and locals shout hello wherever you ...
... adopters were mostly influential artists, such as Walter Spies, and musicians like Colin McPhee. Then came the hippies, whose children and now grandchildren morphed Ubud into a world-renowned centre for the body and mind crowd (think yoga, raw food and ritualistic cleansing) - a huge business revolving around the ever- expanding Bali Spirit Festival and a plethora of restaurants and centres.
And the new wave- investors and the real estate gold ...