Hotel Amed Cafe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... coming to
terms with everything, and of course the total luxury of the villa in all its
beautiful aspects was a total contrast to the places that we have been staying
in so far on our journey, so taking in all the lovely space and details of this
place was going to take some time. The villa has a wonderful staff, primarily
comprised of the housekeeper Sari who is a local woman who cooks for us, and
she cook’s like a professional, she is also a ...
Lazy days and lazy nights….
The Amed area is very quiet. We have some new neighbors from Australia (yeah, I know, go figure) Seems like 3/4th's of the tourists are from Oz. They have a cooler, so we had ice! Need to put that on our "must have" list. A fold up cooler that takes no space. Ice melts so fast and you hate to keep asking for ice when you’re not buying drinks. (Oh my, I see our neighbors returning with ice for ...
... various paths circumnavigating the island. Some were packed dirt, some cobble. Others were literally just sand which, unless slightly compacted, lacked the grip to cycle through. Wheeling heavy bikes through deep sand in thirty degree heat is not too fun! Thinking we were less than halfway around, we suddenly found ourselves at the beach marking the top end of the strip. Surprised with our own speed and still hours of sunshine left, we settled down on the sand. Oscar and I ...
... reef octopus, bump back unicorn fish, trumpet fish, really tiny bright lilac anemone shrimp, and a giant moray eel that Steph got closer to than she wanted! We enjoyed our diving so much we decided we had to book on to one more dive for the next day as we are all unsure when the next time will be that we will get the chance to scuba dive again. For dinner pizza was definitely on the cards as it was time to celebrate our Open Water Diving certification with ...
... with but spend the last half of the dive in 5-8m of water) and an incredible 'macro’ site where we can see lots of small stuff: seahorses, ribbon eels, peacock mantis shrimp, cuttlefish, lionfish and – a first for us both and a big box-ticked for Vin – ornate ghost pipefish, beautiful, delicate, tiny sea creatures that look not unlike bits of leaf but which are amazing up close. We finish the dive around an artificial reef in a few metres ...