Pakir Bungalows

Address: Penestanan Kelod, Bali, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Penestanan Kelod, Bali, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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      Kuta beach. Jeez...

      A travel blog entry by tinalouise on Jan 08, 2015

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      ... just litter from folks on the beach, this was something else. We got chatting to a lifeguard and he told us that it came from Java, the neighbouring island. They dumped their rubbish into the ocean and the turbulent weather mixed with the natural tide would wash it up here. During the summer months they have people to clear it up, but from November to February they don't bother. You could tell he was as upset about the whole thing as we were. ...

      Indonesia.. Bali for Christmas!!

      A travel blog entry by neilm_83 on Jan 04, 2015

      10 photos

      ... only sensible thing and jumped in the pool fully clothed... Hungover the next day Casa Taco came to our rescue with another amazing burrito, just what the doctor ordered. We spent the rest of the day lazing round the pool recovering.As we were in one of the main beach resorts we thought we better check out the beach... We were disappointed. It was really dirty, lots of rubbish and drift wood, so much wood that there was hardly any room to put your towel, lots ...

      Last Day

      A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Nov 04, 2014

      Nice quiet morning.

      Debbie was sick in the night. Chatting to the porcelain telephone but now seems OK. Thank the lord.

      Going out for lunch. Will need to get some rupiahs to pay the extortion racket of $20 to get out of the place.

      Flight out at 1830 hrs.

      End of Blog


      Drama over the Indian Ocean

      A travel blog entry by mcgurt00 on Oct 02, 2014

      I've always wondered what would happen if a passenger whacked another person's screaming child on a plane. Would the parents be grateful for the help? Would the rest of the passengers cheer? Or would the perpetrator be lynched and thrown off the flight mid air? We found out on Thursday as we flew back from Bali.
      In our row was a cute little girl of about 9 months who was obviously in pain, and was tired and thoroughly fed up. Her parents ...

      Second time lucky in Indonesia?

      A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on Jul 08, 2014

      1 comment, 37 photos

      ... bigger than a domestic cat (called a Lewak in Indonesia)), the bean is then excreted with the fruit removed and the seed/bean remaining. Some lucky fellow collects the bean-filled excrement, washes off any extra ‘organic material’ and then peels off the fibrous coating – individually by hand (we had a go, very tricky and must take AGES). The beans are then roasted and ground, and, Hey Presto! We tried some, it was very tasty but not sure either of us has ...