Watching the sun rise in Tulamben. One of my favourite places to dive and to teach diving. The northeast coast of Bali receives plankton-rich waters from the major ocean current - the Indonesian Throughflow - that moves from the Pacific to the Indian Ocean. It creates a stunningly diverse underwater ecosystem. Tulamben itself has changed a lot since my first visit here. The electricity grid didn’t reach this place until the mid-nineties and there was no telephone service until 1999. This was a form of government punishment for throughout the Suharto era the Tulamben villagers repeatedly voted against the ruling party. It is all history now.