Tulamben Wreck Divers Resort

Address: Jl R Singaraja, Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia | Resort
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This resort is located on Jl R Singaraja, Tulamben.
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      Two wrecks in Tulamben

      A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Dec 21, 2014

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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 ...

      Senggigi? No, thanks/ Senggigi lepiej sobie odpuść

      A travel blog entry by karolinajb on Oct 09, 2014

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      ... 322;? (no dobra- to trochę przejaskrawione stwierdzenie- jeśli zapłata byłaby spora to może i byśmy wrócili, przetrwali tam jeden dzień a zarobione fundusze przeznaczyli na spędzenie czasu w jakimś miłym miejscu). Moim skromnym zdaniem Senggigi jest doskonałym miejscem na wakacje masochisty, który uwielbia być ganianym przez tłumy tubylców przedających ...

      Padang padang

      A travel blog entry by amyloishall on Aug 28, 2014

      Up early get a taxi to dream land beach. Don't get subeds and lie on the sand, the waves are so massive that nobody is allowed in the sea. Have a massage by an Indonesian women and all of a sudden a wave takes us all out when we are sunbathing, all our stuff gets soaked. Move to sunbeds then get a taxi back later and go to mango tree for dinner and had a red ...

      Gilli Trawanga

      A travel blog entry by annavan on May 23, 2014

      ... to swarms of hopeful hostel owners we could kindly turn them down and instead make our way to somewhere we already knew was decent. I love doing this because it makes the whole process so much less stressful. Fortunately, a kind local young man took it upon himself to walk us to Edy's home stay after we had asked him for directions. This saved us a lot of hassle because it ended up being a bit of a tricky place to find. The first thing we both notice ...

      Padang Bai

      A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on May 22, 2014

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      So today we headed off to Padang Bai on the east coast of Bali. All three of us had to lug our backpacks to the shuttle bus station for departure at 11.30. We quickly nipped to the nearby supermarket to stock up on drinks, this big supermarket in Ubud sells everything and is so much cheaper than the little corner shops! The journey to Padang Bai took about one and a half hours and as usual the scenery along the way ...