Galang Kangin Inn
Travel Blogs from Amed
... a truly Balinese experince, having a ‘Programme’ was clearly a necessity. Dutifully, we booked a local chap through the Coral View Villas.
The Programme began at 9am as planned, we met our driver Ketut (“name of 4th son in Bali”-keep up) at reception and without much in the way of introductions we were off, occasionally stopping for ‘you take photo’ at which point we either jumped out or wound down the window, depending on the perils ...
Peter E. Pflaum, now in Bali, Indonesia
is interested in being a teaching consultant on Bioenergetics to
resorts and yoga or Zen centers. His interest is in establishing as a
resident and having annual visas. He has practiced Die Gestalt which
is a German word for form or shape. It is used in English to refer to
a concept of 'wholeness'. Gestalt may also refer to: Gestalt
psychology Dr. Pflaum has used for 50 years. ...
... sufficient funds – bank statementl
Hold proof of onward/return flightsI have a sponsor
Dr. Peter E. Pflaum, GlobalVillages firstname.lastname@example.org
Villas Amed (Bobby's Villas) Bobby Artana at email@example.com Bali Jl. Raya Amed, Karangasem, 80361 Indonesia Amed Beach Jemeluk
we should look for what I want:Kartu Izin Tinggal Terbatas or Temporary Residency Permit - KITAS: valid for one year.
... a scooter and risked our lives driving up and down the cost. Tash mastered the art of taking photos on a moving vehicle, managing to add some filtering effects too. Vicky mastered the art of swerving out of oncoming traffic. We have tonight left in Amed then only one more night in Bali before we fly out to Singapore. Where has May gone? Hope everyones bank holiday was well spent, if you're feeling glum about being back at work- just remember Saturday is one day nearer ...
... rituals. The experience was very moving, especially since it was a gorgeous blue-sky day to celebrate my son Erik's 37th birthday.
After the ceremony, I rushed to pack, do dishes, and eat in time for my 9:30 pick-up. Annie found me wolfing down a hard-boiled egg and an apple, and then we were on our way. Our route to Amed took us through some major towns and tiny villages and gave us a much broader context for the island. All along the route were ogoh-ogohs ...