Lembongan Island Beach Villas
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... following day I decided to walk the circumference of the island. I first arrived at mushroom bay and sunbathed for a while. I went for a swim but to my surprise the water was freezing, I lasted 5 minutes then came back out. I continued on to Dream beach which wasn't quite as nice as it was made to sound but nice enough to chill for a while. I avoided the sea as it looked just as cold as mushroom bay. I ordered tuna for lunch and was given the largest fish ...
... 000 Rp per night from 200,000 Rp including breakfast which was a good deal. The room was nice and right near the beach. The main thing was is it was clean and had a fan so we were happy.
Nusa Lembongan was going to be a nice chilled out week for us before we headed to
Vietnam. We hired a motorbike the first day and toured around the island. It's meant to be only 8 Km BUT man it seemed way bigger than that ...
Wir waren heillos froh als wir per Speedboot Nusa Lembongan erreichten. Weg vom stressigen südlichen Bali und endlich wieder auf einer entspannten Insel. Wir quartierten uns in ein einfaches Zimmer am Strand ein in der Unterkunft, die zu unserer Tauchschule World Diving gehörte. Im Hauptgebäude war ein Pool, der abends wärmer war als die Außentemperatur, und von unserer Zimmerterrasse konnten wir den Sonnenuntergang sehen. So gefällt uns Bali (Nusa ...
... and Mongolia. The layout was totally different and although there were many statues of Buddha a lot of the statues and sculptures still had that distinct Balinese feel similar to the Hindu temples they have here. From the temple we climbed up some seriously steep rough winding roads. Steep to the point that Dani had to get off several times and walk up behind me. Hilarious watching her trailing behind with her red helmet on looking like some crazy biking insect. Once up above ...
... As soon as the bread came out of my pocket, I literally found myself surrounded by shoals of large wrasse and parrotfish, giggling like a school boy, being reminded of why I became a Marine Biologist in the first place. If you find yourself in Bali, you have to visit this wreck!
Heading back along the coast road down to Padang Bai we discovered the towns of Amed and Jelemuk. Small villages on the coastline, sleepy and quiet, but with amazing restaurants, the ...