Hotel Amed Cafe
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... all the island is kept all that well and I was disappointed by the amount of trash flying around the inside of the island. Very sad to see how places like these get ruined by tourists but also the local community. All in all we decided to stay for three nights. Instead of returning to Ubud to pick up my bike and keep traveling Bali, I might embark on a four day tour on a little boat heading ...
... and practicing driving. Oh well it will just save me a lot of money :-)
Julie was really nice and we took my motorbike (I enjoyed sitting at the back, while Julie was driving) and explored the area. It was a really cool day and Julie is a great driver :-)
In the end I only did 3 days of diving in Amed but they were really good and I had a great time there. I really liked Bunutan and the Japanese wreck.
Thanks again Julie for the great time!!!!
... weaving bikes, slow,walking tourists, kamakaze pony carts, slow moving supply carts, millions of cats...are enough to send one totally mad if trying to move over snails pace.
Under Water World
Is decent here, not the best I've seen as a lot of coral is either dead or bleached due to dodgy fishing practices of the past using dynamite or cyanide. There are many Eco project underway to save the coral. In saying that there are many lovely areas around ...
... fun began, after narrowly missing a collision with an ambulance by accidently driving round a roundabout the wrong way a car in front slammed on causing Helen to brake suddenly resulting in a motorbike behind us crashing into our rear. Luckily everybody was ok and there was no marks on the car so we all continued along our journey.
As if getting attacked by a trigger fish and crashing wasn't enough drama for one day we then got pulled by ...
... the water. It was when we got halfway around the open ocean side that I noticed that there was a bit of a wind and current pushing us towards the far side, in the opposite direction of where we had came from. Angela lay down on her board, I did the same, and we started floating around the island. In the back of my mind I was thinking over and over again “geez this could be tough to paddle back against”. At some point we stood up and were looking for ...