Jl. Pantai Purnama, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gianyar

Eat, Ride, Yoga

A travel blog entry by tomandlotus


... there are no flights for two weeks!! What were we going to do in Singapore for 14 days, not only is it dead expensive, but we already did most of the sights! Phillipines was the next option but although I didn't need a visa, most of the people we met who had been or were from there said that everything was taking a while to get back on track. We had always wanted to go to Indonesia but there embassy in both London, Bangkok and Johannesburg ...


A travel blog entry by devcgw1


... out the beans. Then comes the process of collected the feces and extracting the beans from the feces. Luwak coffee is the most expensive coffee in the world and is supposed to be the best coffee because Luwaks only eat the best berries. I think it's expensive because of the process to collect the feces and then clean (I hope) the beans. How does it taste? Don't know. I was glad I don't drink ...

Day 6 - Ubud, Bali

A travel blog entry by dewdsontour


... flowers and dried lemon grass for the offerings. In the morning the market is for the locals but later in the day the prices rise and it is for the tourists! We went back to the school for hibiscus tea, Balinese porridge and a couple of other local breakfast foods. Most things had been prepared but we helped grind the curry pastes, remove skin for egg plants, take the heads off the baby els etc!!!!! Nine dishes in all ...

An Education on Environmental Education

A travel blog entry by robyntravel


... s before heading out. What an amazing opportunity to have, and share in such an up lifting ceremony. Sunday I woke up and headed into Ubud to go to the market, in search of another appropriate shirt to wear to school, then to the supermarket to get a few snacks for this week. Passing a woman on the street begging on the way down the last hill into town. I ended up getting her a few fruits and vegetables at the store and gave them to her on my way back. Wanting to give those ...

Bold colours and learning the Basics in Bali

A travel blog entry by robyntravel


... this time, the body lashed onto bamboo carrying frames. Behind them, two tall, sparkling funeral towers, adorned in gorgeous papers, shades of green, red, white and gold. Copious amounts of gold is used by the Balinese for funeral rites, to send them through the next life wealthy. The funeral towers could be seen through the halted traffic floating down the road, limited by many many men all dressed in black and white sarongs. Once the procession had moved out of our field of view ...


This hotel, located on Jl. Pantai Purnama, Gianyar, is near Pasar Ubud, Mas Carving Center, Puputan Square, and Air Jeruk Beach.
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