Travel Blogs from Tirtagangga, Indonesia

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Tirtagangga, Tirtagangga, Indonesia travel blog

Tirtagangga

A travel blog entry by emmabennett

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It took about 3 hours to get to Tirtagangga but we stopped at a waterfall on the way where Sally said we could have a swim. Sounds pretty chilled so we were all up for it. We drove down all these tiny rugged roads to get there, felt very rustic! We got ...

Rice and Peace, Tirtagangga, Indonesia travel blog

Rice and Peace

A travel blog entry by wilkinson9388

5

... asked me what unemployment was in England, not knowing I guessed around 15%, he said ‘oh that’s bad, but you know in Indonesia, it’s closer to 45%’. I was about to say ‘haha, we win’ but he explained that it ...

Water of the Ganges, Tirtagangga, Indonesia travel blog

Water of the Ganges

A travel blog entry by travelbuggie

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From Candidasa we got a ride with one of the ashram members to Tirta Gangga, a small village about half an hour away. we took a scenic route through some villages and up a winding road where we stopped for a few minutes to look at some monkeys!! A big ...

Tirtagangga, Tirtagangga, Indonesia travel blog

Tirtagangga

A travel blog entry by pitch

3

It was time to leave Lovina but before we headed straight for Tirtagangga we had a half day scuba diving booked. It was only an introductory dive but we were allowed to dive to 12 metres which was enough to see the Tulamben shipwreck. It was a really good ...

Water palace, Tirtagangga, Indonesia travel blog

Water palace

A travel blog entry by meezerman

6

Wow, was this place in the middle of nowhere! Our guesthouse is surrounded by rice paddies, with no other buildings within eyeshot. The restaurant we go to for dinner is at least a mile walk down the highway. Despite the fact that the restaurant was full ...

Tirta Gangga, Tirtagangga, Indonesia travel blog

Tirta Gangga

A travel blog entry by varney

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We were planning on heading to Ubud today, with a short stop to see the water palace in Tirta Gangga, but when Kristina started reading about the area, she came up with the idea of staying overnight here instead. Tirta Gangga itself is a water palace - ...

Rice Paddies, Tirtagangga, Indonesia travel blog

Rice Paddies

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri

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Something I found about Bali is that no matter how cheap you pay for your accommodation, it is always great value. We have slept in some pretty bad looking rooms, dealt with bed bugs, been awaken during the night by various noises, we encountered a rat ...

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