Coconuts Beach Resort
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... so clear we could see the coral and fish beneath us. This was going to be a great place for snorkeling the reefs and see more fishes.
Our accommodation was a quaint little homestay run by a lovely young family just off Jungut Batu beach. We had a little bungalow in the garden all to ourselves - except for sharing it with gecko's, moths, flies, and blasted mozzie's - good job ...
... m from. I say 'London' each time but then they look at my skin (which is darker than usual thanks to the lovely weather) and they say 'no, you look Indian'. Then that goes into a conversation about my Indian heritage but that I'm from London. Born, raised and proud. On the occasions they don't ask, they just start complimenting me in Hindi which makes me laugh so they instantly know I understand. It's starting ...
... there was an outdoor shower for each room, etc. Although we kinda got screwed with the price (discrepancy of online price vs. what they said), we thoroughly enjoyed the stay.
Thursday night we just explored the area and caught the sunset. On Friday, we went snorkeling in the morning, hitting Manta point to try to see some Manta Rays! Unfortunately, there were none there that morning. The snorkeling at that spot and at the next spot was fun, though. We planned to shmob ...
... won and we carried on. Around the next corner was a junction with a small eatery (Warung) so we headed in there hungry after a relatively small breakfast. The woman who took our order had an unusually good amount of English and we both opted for dishes we’d not had before. As we ate, we noticed that there seemed to be a number of locals turning up on mopeds, approaching the owner and either handing over piles of cash or collecting them with no ...
... have photos and videos to share with him on my return. My other thought whilst underwater, when I needed to clear a partially flooded mask, was how I have changed over the past five years or so, and become more adventurous than ever before. Being 16 metres under water and your mask flooding is a pretty scary prospect. Afterall, your only means of communication with others is through sign language which relies upon good visibility. But with the techniques taught in the PADI course, ...