Amed Cafe & Bungalows

Amed, Bali, Indonesia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amed

My sister arrives - Bangkok and Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by gareth_bryn


... higher there were some fantastic views looking back over the jungle before heading into the small village where we would stay for the night. The accommodation was pretty rustic to say the least with an outside squat toilet next to the pig pen, complete with a large bucket of water for "showering". There were eight of us in our group, two older Canadian ladies, two German medical students, a honeymooning Spanish couple and us. We sat around in the ...

Time to Relax

A travel blog entry by aksj_gortw


... very different and interesting.

So AK and SJ watched the husband and wife and tried to copy
what they were doing, we think we have the correct order of things but as it
was all quite a new experience the sequence might be slightly wrong. We all sat
down, shoes off and legs crossed. There were many temple people (all men) sat
ringing little bells continuously for a period of time. During this time we
placed our hands in a prayer position with thumbs pressed against ...

Gili Islands

A travel blog entry by kirstiewilliams


... glass, broke my only pair of flip flops, was sick outside the Irish bar, in front of a restaurant with people eating in front of me, (I did that twice as well as once wasn't enough), then Stu carried me home, with one flip flop on and just to top it off I was sitting on the toilet back in our room and he stuck a freezing shower on me! Just what I needed NOTTTTT, I can clearly say the next day I felt like death. I can't ever remember being that bad. Yesterday I ...


A travel blog entry by e-gill


... us to his second mother, his second girlfriend, and all of his cousins and brothers. We became the main attraction and enjoyed all the attention. Finally when things settled down a bit Gede insisted that he and I leave to get me food (since he arrived early I didn’t have time for breakfast). I told him I could wait until lunch but he seemed to think it was a good idea so I trusted him. We ended up getting lunch and missing the second ceremony down ...

Tulamben - what a dive!

A travel blog entry by jenjens456


... and masks in a free hand if they weren’t feeling lazy. The beach was somewhat buzzing with divers and snorkelers, this being one of the big dive drawcards of the area. An American warship, the US Liberty, lies just beneath the surface off the beach fairly well intact and covered in coral providing the habitat for more of those tropical fishees.

Half the fun was getting in to the water through the surf and watching others ...

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