Masari

Address: Jl. Pantai Purnama, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia | Hotel
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Gianyar

Save the Bali starling!

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Nov 10, 2014

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... Conservation hour over we were allowed to explore the Green School that shares the same land as the Begawan Bali project. The Green School is nothing to do with Begawan as such, though the kids do have lessons attached to the starling project. Regardless, the school is probably the most amazing educational establishment I have ever seen. Again, perhaps pictures we put up will be infinitely better than any words I can offer but the design of the ...

Begawan part two

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Nov 08, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... in equal ops. What I have seen today most people will never know exists in their lifetime, let alone get to witness it. Oh FFS the servants have just brought afternoon tea and biscuits, no doubt in some hegemonic ploy by the owners to retain control over and crush my revolutionary fervour. They even asked what sort of tea we'd like and Liza embarrassingly replied "normal".

In the words of that other great revolutionary, Kevin Pietersen, "it's hard being me".
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Fabulous first day

A travel blog entry by noreenf on Sep 14, 2014

4 photos

... had a lovely breakfast at the hotel & was picked up at 950 am for the workshop. After choosing my design, I first practiced with the hot wax application - it was challenging - I had many drip marks on my practice fabric. After the wax had been applied to my real project, I had to go back to the practice fabric to practice painting on the color with a bamboo stick. I found this stage more relaxing. The people there were ...

The Inevitable Reflection

A travel blog entry by nicsteiner on Jul 31, 2014

4 photos

... say I learned more than I would have at a 9-5 internship or from taking classes, I got to know my brother better (maybe too well), I experienced different cultures that pushed me out of my comfort zone (the bathrooms, literally), and most of all I got to know myself better. I still have the same goals and passions in life, but perhaps the best lesson I got was that my path can have some zig zags and loops, might get muddy or have hills, but it's still ...

Indonesia

A travel blog entry by carolinephe on Jun 21, 2014

17 photos

... t know if it's lost in translation but I have a feeling I'm going to have to solicit myself to the boss. Eventually I start spelling it out that if I'm let in the airport that I'm to be left in a public place on my own, and not in private anywhere. Then he asks me for money. The equivalent of about 9euro, for his boss. I agree. But then he wants my passport and my money put in the passport. And I'm so stupid that I do it, given that the alternative is the mob outside. He goes off with ...

Traveler Photos Masari Gianyar

After our busy day as the sun sets
Saba Bai, Indonesia
Masari
Gianyar, Indonesia
Pool side
Saba Bai, Indonesia
Wine o'clock on the terrace
Gianyar, Indonesia