Hotel Amed Cafe
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... and sizes. At 5,000 rupiah each, around £0.25, it was near to impossible for them to choose just one! One of my favourite things to do is to eat breakfast on the beach, and when breakfast is pancakes, it is made even better! What a great start to the day! Something we have all wanted to try is paddle boarding, so first on our agenda was to hire some boards. We found a friendly local guy who was happy to offer us a good price for four paddle boards for an hour trial. ...
... person as 'straight on' means all directions in Asia. Both bursting to go to the toilet from the drink on the boat so the pace had slowed us down quite a lot, we finally found it! It was a cute little place, only had 6 rooms, all with a hammock outside and bamboo seating. We got taken to our room. Booking.com had lied to us and told us that we had booked air conditioning however we hadn't and it cost extra. But they were all taken so fan it is! Usually this is alright ...
... style, wonderful headdresses, glittering
gold and red dresses and as the music began and the dancers started weaving
around the dancefloor we sat back and thought that this evening truly was a
gigantic celebration! Watching and listening to what was unfolding around us
was magical, and as local and foreign alike got involved in the song and music
far away a tropical lightning storm lit up the night sky creating a spectacular
backdrop for this ...
... fruit and basics are a bit more expensive as everything has to be hauled over and manually unloaded from the boats but it is still a good value. There is no motorized vehicles and all material is moved by people power or by horse and cart. Predictably, no one moves too fast or gets too excited.
The snorkelling off the beach is great and we were even able to see a few turtles. The 5 hour snorkelling trip with 4 stops including one ...
... and two pools, one an olympic sized bad boy. We spent quite the number of hours there before meeting Krista and her sister for dinner. They took us to an Italian pizza joint, one of the handful of eateries in the area. The pizza was close to or even the best we have had in an Asian country, but it still didn't stack up to a "western" pizza. It sure was fun though.
The next morning we were off. A shuttle bus picked us up at the home stay at ten. We then ...