Villa Karang Hotel
Travel Blogs from Gili Air
... walking by myself and headed back towards the hotel but stopped for supper in a nice hotel first. I was shocked to be able to eat a ncie meal for $5! After which, I thought it was enough of an adventure and headed back to the hotel (back to safety). The next day, I ventured off a little more and came back to the hotel to await the arrival of my friend.
The next day we started our adventure. This is the itenary that we chose: Legian to Gili Islands (Gili ...
... fact, our favourite place.
Behind Ubud's many shops and tourist districts, one is thrilled to stumble upon resplendent gardens, terraced verdant rice fields, countless temples replete with statuary, flowers, incense, ceremonies and offerings- such as the surrealistic Nyepi "Day of Silence" preceded by the chaotic Ogoh Ogoh festival, and artwork in all its incarnations.
We have yet to find Ubud's equivalent in our travels.
... journalists in Canada. So a week after this event, our picture was displayed in many articles around Canada such as Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen, and many more. Here is one of the articles.
http://blogs.montrealgazette.com/2014/0 3/03/canadas-most-famous-hockey-fan-and -his-beer-fridge/
The next morning we leave Gili Air and we get on a boat and a van to get to Ubud, Bali :)
... turtle population here, and I guess you could say everyone is happy. Of course, the preferable situation from an ecological point of view would be for the island not to have become a tourist destination and nature be allowed to do what it has always done. But the fact of life is that we live in a capitalist and globalised society where beautiful islands are seen as aspirational holiday destinations, and economies develop and grow to feed this man-made appetite. At least both ...
... by candle light and eating the pretty decent food prepared for us by our guide and the family we were staying with. We were up early the next morning after the usual rooster interrupted sleep, further punctuated with the sounds of the waking pigs, chicks, dogs and other noisy creatures until the cacophony was too much for everyone to stay in bed. After breakfast we made our way back through farmland and then jungle down to a waterfall for some swimming. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service