In PB I dived Bias Tungel - many big turtles, Nick turtle point - ok and Tanjung Sati - a little bit better than the 2 others, but all are fine. Tepekong was our favourite - so much fun playing in the current. We didn't go to CB/MP/Penida, as it was too early for molas and we've already been to Nusa Lembongan and dived all the places. Water temps according to my dive computer: 27,1-28,9 C. Will be colder in August - I remember MP being really cold, when we went beginning of August 2017.
Wifi at Puri Rai was strong and fast, both in room and outside (although not as strong in the restaurant), we had 2 family rooms and I'm trying to remember the number, might be 320+? Interconnecting - when you walk in the resort there's a pool to the right and our rooms were at the end of that pool (there are other pools as well)
I emailed Geko several times, never got a reply, that's why we dove with Widana.
I did not see any spiders at Alor - my son saw 2 big ones: one outside he made a video of it crawling over his foot (I think it was maybe 8-10 cm) and 1 was in their room and he (20 years old, 2,04 cm tall, not afraid of spiders), did not want to come near it with a shoe, so he choose a towel and it crawled away. (He went and asked to manager, if there were any poisonous spiders and was told "no", so he kindly opted not to tell his sister that the spider was in their room somewhere
Wifi was slow to non existing ... our Danish mobile supplier is called 3 - we can use our phones for free in many countries - including Singapore and Indonesia. Worked perfect in Bali and Kupang, but not at all in Alor and Komodo. We were told (by locals/managers), you have to buy a local sim card and upgrade it to 4G connection, then it works fine (the managers at Alor were kind enough to share internet with us, and there was also 4G sharing set up in the common area, but it didn't work - they might have sorted that out by now) Shower had hot water ... sometimes too hot, then cold - pressure was ok and the shampoo/conditioner they provide were so good my daughter wanted to know what it was, so we could buy some and bring it home. Food was fantastic.
Water temps in Alor pr my computer: 26,7-28,3 C - I was fine in my rash and 3 mm shortie - on the dive, where they said it would be cold I added my 2,5 mm hood.
In Komodo we did not go south as the cruise director said his friends said the water was green/murky/bad viz and cold (what did your friend say about the color/viz - it seems like our director was right about it being cold) also the weather was a bit rough in the south, we were on a smallish boat and our daughter get sea sick easily (But did not have any problems during our trip) Our coldest dive I've noted 25,4 C at our night dive at Soloria and warmest 27,9 C at Gililawa Laue - again diving in rash+shortie and wish I'd taken the hood for the night dive;-)
Generally I dive in my trusted old 3 mm and rash for anything above 26 C, add the hood down to 23 C, for colder water I have a (not often used) 7 mm 2 piece hooded suit - often I just use the upper part paired with the rash, as I can cope with my legs being a bit cold and I wear booties with my fins, so it's only a small part of my legs exposed. Don't have a dry suit as I don't like cold dives, but I took my advance certificate in Norway in October (water was 3-6 C) and did a dry suit speciality in Denmark in June/July (10-12 C) and dived Iceland in 2020, when we couldn't go anywhere warm to dive (water temp 2-4 C)
We want to go to Galapagos, but prices and cold water is putting me off, so currently looking at Tubbataha in April, but might not happen, since the only boat we can get on does not really go well with our possible travel dates, so might have to postpone to 2024 or 25.