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 ...
... to the next snorkel zone was dreadful. I had no where to go so had to wallow in my pain. I nearly threw up multiple times constantly trying to numb the experience with sleep. When the boat stopped off at the next snorkel spot I decided to get back into the water. I thought the water would be better for me than the boat with more room and less rocking. I was right but still didn't feel 100%. There was a beautiful turtle swimming alongside me while I was wrenching ...
... which is the party side of the island. We got dinner that was amazing. Tuna steak with a wase sauce. The fish here is super fresh they catch it daily. Its so fresh that they run out of fish at the end of the day - we know this because we were pretty late for dinner and a some places ran out of fish.it's safe to say that any restaurant you stepped foot into you'll have an amazing experience on this island. All of the restaurants are completely beachfront with unobstructed views ...
... 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 ...
Egg on toast and fruit delivered to the balcony, caught some sun and sorted out Komodo trip, diving and flight to Bali. Lovely weather, very warm water. After lunch chilled on bean bags on beach watching the world go by. Dinner at Irish again before drinks and sheesha - 21% tax! Few in reggae bar - beckoned over by two girls and Andy. Ended up having a boogie in Blue Marlin, great tunes. Caught second half of Chelsea v Utd game before 5am bed ...
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