Alam Asmara Dive Resort

Candidasa Street, Candidasa, Bali, 80871, Indonesia | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn is located on Candidasa Street, Candidasa.
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    Travel Blogs from Candidasa

    Eerst 2 dagen Lombok // First 2 days Lombok

    A travel blog entry by tristan1980 on Sep 03, 2014

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    Dag 1: Lombok is heerlijk tot nu toe! We zitten in een geweldig hotel met super vriendelijk en attent personeel en super mooi en lang zwembad en ook het uitzicht mag er wezen. We zitten in Senggigi wat een leuk klein plaatsje wat is ontwikkeld tot door het toerisme hier. Ons eerste dag je lopen we het plaatsje binnen vol met restaurants, toerist info en excursie bureaus, beauty salons en spa's en leuke lokale art and handcraft winkels. We besluiten een brommer te huren!! Is een tijd ...

    Senggigi

    A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Jul 15, 2014

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    As we descend down into the town of Senggigi, there's already a sense of disappointment and failure in the air. The truth is, we didn’t do our research about Lombok properly so in a sense we’ve screwed up. If you’re not a surfer then there are two big draws for mainland Lombok: Mt. Ranjani, the tallest volcano on the island and an epic two-day return hike bottom to top; and the island as a gateway to the Indonesian ...

    The Amazing Rinjani (Indonesia)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on May 08, 2014

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    They climb this rocky mountain, carrying up to 80 pounds on their backs. They are young Indonesian porters and many of them barely weigh 100 pounds themselves. How can they do this? Our group struggles to do the all day climb up Mount Rinjani, the second highest volcano in Indonesia. Mount Rinjani is comparable in height to Mount Fuji in Japan. The porters, carrying our supplies, pass us by on the climb. We all have on hiking shoes and some carry hiking poles. The small ...

    Traffic paradise, little Bangkok?

    A travel blog entry by reiseems on Apr 08, 2014

    4 photos

    ... away. Then the line for the visa and the friendly faces that alight you 25US$ for 30 days, which I am more than happy to pay to stay in this wonderful place with great friends or "parents in law" or second parents, as I call them. After passing customs without problems and a short trip to that on the ground toilet I returned to the huuuge wall of Balinese drivers, holding signs, that pick up the people from the aiport. Not knowing if I was supposed ...

    Our Sailing Adventure to The Komodos

    A travel blog entry by dreamchasers on Mar 01, 2014

    10 photos

    ... a boat company that offered an interesting route with many snorkelling stops as well as two Komodo hikes, but it also presented us with a huge dilemma. The boat was clearly described as being "rustic" - a descriptor to be wary of at all times! We were told there was one toilet on a boat that could take as many as twenty five people. Repeat: ONE toilet. We were also told that there were no washing facilities - ZERO, NONE - on the boat. No sinks, ...