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Amed

 

A small fishing village was our last destination in the northeast of Bali. We reached it by car at the coast road between the sea and the volcano Mt. Augun. Behind every curve there are wonderful, spectacular views on the rice terraces, the black cliffs and the grey sandy beaches with the multicoloured fishing boats..  
    

Amed  Amed,

rice terraces  rice terraces

rice terraces, farmer

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The place is mostly visited by snorkel and diving freaks, because of the intact and species-rich underwater world. Few meters far away from the beach we were surrounded already of hundreds multicoloured fishes in all possible forms and kinds. We swam over glittering coral reefs which are only 1-2 m under the water.
    

Amed, snorkeling  Amed, snorkeling

Amed, snorkeling  Amed, snorkeling

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The offer at small hotels and Bungalows, which are very well was surprising. The staffs are often Balinese people, the management German, Austrian or Swiss.
        

Vienna Beach, Hotel  Vienna Beach, Hotel

 

It is really true that one can find beautiful and charming places also off the usual tourtistic paths. Amed surely belongs to it!
      

Amed,  Bier

 

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