Scuba Seraya Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsScuba Seraya Resort Tulamben
Demain, on va plonger et on a hâte.
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... chuffed to find nemo among some coral but seeing a sinister barracuda was quite a lot for the first 5 minutes of our first dive. Unfortunately due to a storm in the Philippines, the sea was too rough on our last day to complete our final dive, so we had to stay an extra day on Gili T to complete. This did then mean we had to stay a further extra day as the boats weren't running as usual back to Bali. A couple of extra days on this beautiful ...
... different only a little quieter with shops and restaurants. The beaches are going to be the same aswell. We went back up to have one last snorkel with the turtles before we have the gear back. We found the same turtle as yesterday, the hawksbill one. We could tell by the markings on her shell. She is so friendly and tame! Our legs were shattered and our mouths pruned from the snorkel and salt water again. We headed back. ...
... Diversia - the same scuba dive company that had interested us in 2014.
The course is offered over a three or four day period, and we chose to take it over four days, given that we were not time pressed, and we are both former teachers with a need to go through a pre-test, study, and post-test process for each of the five sections of the course. Simply put, we wanted to get the stuff down so we could feel as comfortable as possible taking on this potentially ...
... for not having an 'international driving licence' but we came prepared. His eyes widened with shock when Ness produced our two international licences, plus passports, registration documents etc... He was so impressed with our organisation he could not fail to wave us on our merry way - phew!
Amed was a quaint little village with a beautiful coastline and surrounded by ...
... to get me anywhere, and I heard that the horses aren't treated well and only live for three years, so that's not for me. I've found the Indonesians more than accommodating and hospitable (amongst the best in any of my travels). In addition to their friendly out outgoing nature of the locals, I think the charm of the service here comes in part because everything is so laid-back. So far nothing on the island is corporate/multi-national, and I hope it stays that way. Accommodation ...