Tulamben Wreck Divers Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the best place in Indonesia. I also agree as I'm thinking of spending the next 4 nights here until my flight to Kuala We chilled by the pool all day until it came to another beer pong tournament, amazingly me and Kevin actually won a game. Come on team Sweet As! The whole hostel went to the surf bar which was awesome! Eventually me and Inika headed back to the tower. Everyone was out til sunset, ...
... which now sits vertically on the right hand side. The visibility down her is actually pretty good. We see a large green sea turtle and some large nudibranch we’ve never seen before. The wreck is pretty big at around 125m long, and the damage caused when it was sunk means there are sections stretching out beyond the main part of the wreck. We explore some of these and find a couple of tiny pygmy seahorses on a small piece of fan coral. We continue on into and ...
The children this morning were a bit hyperactive and a handful to control compared yesterday so the lesson I had planned wouldn't really work! However, I stuck to my plan and turned it into a very heated competition. I can now confidently say that my class know the difference between a noun and an adjective and how to use it; I’m very proud of them and how much ...
... the boat he told me nothing and nearly put me in the wrong gear before I told him otherwise. When I was all suited up there was no safety checks he just threw us in the water. He didn't make sure the group was all together and just started going down into the water. He didn't go slowly giving us all barely anytime to equalise. When we got to the bottom he started swimming away rapidly. I thought he was going to help someone until realising he was just ...
... But she took on too much water and didn't make it to Singaraja. Instead she was beached in Tulamben. The Liberty sat grounded in the shallow part of Tulamben bay for more than twenty years until Mount Agung erupted in 1963. The subsequent earthquakes caused the ship to roll out into deeper water and broke her at bow and stern. She has been lying there ever since.
The dive was shore entry which Helen and I had never done before but it was pretty easy to do ...