Bali Homestay Programs / Bali Homestay
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Bali Homestay Programs / Bali Homestay Tabanan
Travel Blogs from Tabanan
... and take their meals at either. We spent a late-afternoon and dinner at the beach resort but were based at the mountain retreat, which I preferred. My duplex bungalow had a wood-carved, four-poster bed draped in mosquito netting and an open-air bathroom with piped-in spring water. Kitchen facilities sit between the two rooms. More about Gaia-Oasis later.
We were welcomed with raw snacks and juices, and schoolchildren performed traditional ...
... balinese kids that sometimes donīt have a lot
of money to pay for the high fees of regular education.
We teach the children english,
computer, and math classes, counting with around 200 students
registered. Enjoying every day the strengh of the children, their
grateful smiles and their enthusiasm for life is the most beautiful
thing I could have ever dreamed with.
... from a street vendor which he let me try. Our final stop was at a coffee plantation called Subak Bali Agro Coffee Break. We had a lovely guide who walked us through the forest and showed us the different coffee plants and other plants where they get spices, fruits, and other ingredients they use. We saw a red pineapple, a regular pineapple, a cinnamon tree (the spice is the dried bark and the crushed leaves smell of cinnamon as well ), Cocoa pods, vanilla beans and ...
... had Huevos Rancheros!! One of my all time favorite breakfasts.
Then Alex and I strolled around town, dropping off my laundry, walking through the Sacred Monkey Forest- an old temple completely overrun by macaques.
The monkeys there are much more aggressive than at the top of the volcano, they often jump on people's heads and pull out their earrings.
Alex was carrying a water bottle, and one young monkey grabbed it and took a bite out of the bottom!
As soon as he ...
... We didn't know what it was for but we signed anyway. Facing the temple was some undercutting rocks. Inside there was 'The Holy Snake'. Inside tucked in a hole there was a stripy blue snake. The priest inside told us to make a wish and touch the snake. I didn't know if it was poisonous but I gave the thing a poke anyway just for good measure. By this stage the main spectacle of the evening was commencing. The sun set. Sarah and I sat on a rock and watched the sun ...