Tulamben Wreck Divers Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... After asking a few locals the exact location of the wreck we got in the water for our first snorkel. The sea was lovely. It was warm, crystal clear and there were fish everywhere. It was like swimming in an aquarium. Even with my face and ears under the water I could hear Ness' shrieks of excitement as she spotted different brightly coloured fish.
After our fish nipping snorkel ...
... offering you accommodation, transport etc. One guy literally took a ticket from our hand and head towards the his 'taxi' (one live horse-powered) trying to convince us that the transfer point is far away and we need a transportation there. Knowing Asia and its usual tricks we took a ticket of his hand and marched straight to the harbor master office where we were explained that the transfer point is 2 minutes walk. Upon arriving in Senggigi ...
Another day at the ocean club go for dinner with Devon Cody and dan. Out on the night drinking vodka joss. Ended up going bak to a empty bar with lots of Indonesians and chilling until 4am. Then couldn't sleep in the hostel because someone wa snoring so slept by the pool. Woken up by the ...
... the girls and went to The Sama Sama bar, which is where everyone on the island goes on a Saturday. It's a reggae bar and on Saturdays there's a life band, which plays a mixture of genres but really good music overall. The bar was packed, there were people outside it dancing on the street and on the beach! Everyone was really dunk when we got there and we got talking to loads of different people throughout the night, one really drunk Swedish surfer who kept buying us drinks as ...
... mum gave me and it is so hard!! The easiest puzzle in the book and only one of the girls in the group managed to do it our of 6 of us, feel like I'm losing brain cells out here nowhere near as clever as I was, ahhh well! Another 5 chilled out hours on the ferry and we arrive at Bima, a town on the island of Sumbawa, where we were greeted by loads of locals who were trying to sell us all sorts of stuff from dried out squid to ...