Tauch Terminal Resort Tulamben & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... glance to the left or right and saw shoals of fish, just hanging around it was so cool. Even more impressive than looking at the handful of fish we were swimming over and properly looking at. The highlights (even though we saw at least one on every dive) were definitely the sea turtles, the large ones just chilling, the one upside down trying to get food from the coral or the ones that were swimming, all were equally as impressive. Obviously we ...
... the bottom of the island. Down to south beach where the water was even clearer and the sand was even more whiter! We chilled out there a little and had a sunbathe. The snorkelling wasn't up to much down here, and the waves out at sea were a little hard to compete with. The current was really strong! We decided on leaving tomorrow and not going to Gili Air because we had snorkelled a lot here and we didn't think it would ...
Although we had both taken the PADI Open Water Diving Course almost two decades ago at home in landlocked central Canada, back then we did not have the travel opportunities necessary to apply those skills, and they were subsequently abandoned. The idea to retake the course came to us last year, as we now seem to be often travelling to areas that feature world class dive sites. So we did our research just before leaving the Gilli Islands, and returned to take the ...
... the next village called Amed. So with a hired motorbike and two snorkels and masks we set off down the coast to do the Japanese wreck first.
On the way we got stopped at a police roadblock and dreaded what was to come. The Balinese police have a reputation for being corrupt and finding any excuse to impose an on-the-spot fine, payable in cash directly into his pocket. They catch ...
... in Bali and Singapore, it's been a wonderful relief to be on an island without scooters buzzing around everywhere. Gili T is lined with a sometimes-paved, sometimes-dirt (and muddy) track, and the only options for getting around are horse-and-cart, push bike or by foot. I found walking was the best option. Everything on the main strip is an easy walk, and I saw plenty of other travellers struggling with their bikes through puddles and sandy quagmires. I didn't really need ...