Black Sand Dive Retreat

Address: Kasawari, Bitung, Sulawesi, 95513, Indonesia | Resort
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      Tired and bruised but worth it!!!

      A travel blog entry by lorenhine on Jul 27, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... difficult with a lot of people (including me) falling on their bum. As the ground was so loose it was hard to walk down and I nearly flattened the poor miniature guide in front of me. It took about 2 hours to get down as we went a longer route and visited the local monkeys. It was such a lovely experience and I have some nice shiny bruises to show for it! :). That afternoon/night we went out to a bar in Ubud and enjoyed a few drinks with some Aussies we had ...

      Double Birthday!

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Feb 21, 2014

      15 photos

      About 3 weeks ago, while we were on Tasmania, I had an incredible dream that caused me to wake up with tears in my eyes. In my dream I was at my parents' house (although it was a dream so it didn't look like my parents' house) and I answered the ringing phone to hear my grandfather's voice on the other end. My Zaidy Jack was a very special person in my life and lived with my family for 20 years. He is still in my thoughts everyday since he passed away in 2008. ...


      A travel blog entry by perri on Nov 24, 2013

      9 photos

      ... able to go to
      university. I was in a hut
      opposite and I could hear laughter and clapping and Saacha teaching them. My god she is amazing! I was drawn to a small disabled boy
      whose mother was nursing and rocking him.
      This school provides an opportunity for mothers with disabled children
      to leave them at night so they can get some sleep and then come and care for
      them during the day. I sat with
      her for a while and it was ...

      What about those footpaths in Bali?

      A travel blog entry by lainelangridge on Aug 29, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... in both places, some have been ones that I like, admire, and are positive, but others have been detrimental, ugly, environmentally negative.

      While some admire the mega development along the Gold Coast of Queensland, it has been at a huge environmental cost to the area. Dozens of artificial inland waterways were dug into the hinterland and filled with seawater to provide waterfront houses for thousands. Now those waterways back up into the ...

      Frustrating Saturday, but a Beautiful Place

      A travel blog entry by jpon on Jun 23, 2013

      52 photos

      ... the top of the water with her goggles. I had been looking forward to this time for quite awhile – the kids got quite a sensory overload – I enjoyed observing it.

      We wrapped up after about two hours, showered off above the beach, and got ready to go. Lathan had made a friend named Deddy, close to his age, who spoke a few words of English. He invited Lathan out to Tompaso for his birthday on the 15th of June, but I had ...