Amed Cafe & Bungalows
Travel Blogs from Amed
... our first snorkelling spot was the small cove of Jemeluk which is known for its coral garden; one that hasn't yet been destroyed by local fisherman or tourism (something that cannot be said for other areas of Bali), so we had high expectations when swimming from the beach into the bay. Rather pleasingly there were hundreds of fish and the coral was still in good health and looked awesome. Also nestled in the centre of the protected snorkelling area was a ...
... the majority of England and Ireland also live in Sydney. We have a couple eyre friends dotted around the city so it's been really good catching up with everybody. When we first arrived we got showered and had a breakfast of cheese on toast with real brown sauce and a cup of tea with actual pg tips and normal milk whilst watching coronation street! I was in heaven! From the flat you can see the sea and the beach so we've spent a ...
First things first.............Happy Birthday to Louise. The sun is out so after an excellent breakfast in the veranda restaurant, we walk over to the beach 50mtrs away. It is absolutely stunning, long white sandy beach and bright blue sea............just what we've been waiting for. The hotel has their own beds etc on the sand which is so soft. I'm just happy to lie in the sun for a change, while Ian goes snorkelling. The beach is great but as you walk out there are ...
... We stopped in a town
where there was a large football pitch. AK wanted a picture as the view in the
background was the still very active Mount Agung volcano. Wow, the kids here
have a great place for a kick around…beats the back field in Brooky.
Eventually the roads got just a little bit too crazy for us
so we turned around and headed back to Amed. We stopped off at the little cove
for a snorkel and a beer and headed back to the homestay.
That night ...
... surf god, but all in all it was a good day and my board made for a pretty good sunbed, when I wasn't tearing it up in the water! on my last day in Bali I met someone who was completely genuine, which is rare when travelling. The majority of people are so caught up with trying to be impressive and polite all at the same time that they forget that there is a person behind the pretence and so you never really get an insight into the real amongst all ...
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