Pondok Pisang

Address: Mendira-Sengkidu, Candidasa, Bali, 80361, Indonesia | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Mendira-Sengkidu, Candidasa.
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Travel Blogs from Candidasa

How to Check Yahoo Rank

A travel blog entry by keywordposition on Dec 22, 2014

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other keywords which are presently discussing that URL, and that means
you may locate that you just are rating for a keyword which you didn't
expect to on your site and from there-you can start getting attempt to
enhancing that ranking to # 1.

While most of these types are rather square, I get ...

Setting the Stage For Perfect Food Photography

A travel blog entry by foodphotograph on Dec 10, 2014

... br> only use one zoom length and play around with different angles. Their
shot will likely be creative rather than predictable where angle shots
can look better. Utilizing a digicam means they are able to experiment
as much as they love.

Most photographers use composition
techniques, like the rule of thirds. The lines cross at four points on
the ...

Flirting with Nature in Singkawang, Borneo!

A travel blog entry by carlstravelblog on Dec 07, 2014

... labi-labi), frogs legs, Lobster, Giant prawns, freshwater fish, dumplings, & also a range of great sweets including divine Turkish Delight and cakes from the local trader all of which were amazing!

Overall, it was definitely 1 of my favourite weeks travelling - full of nature, laughter and good food! Thanks to Hendro, family and friends for such a memorable stay!

As for me for now - Back to Bali!!!!!!


Tour to the "Mother Temple" in Bali

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Nov 08, 2014

1 comment, 31 photos

... We tried the wine when visiting Ketu's home. We probably would not acquire a taste for it.

East Bali does not get as much rain as the southern areas and it has a different ambience, defined by its lava-strewn landscapes and high barren hills ribbed with ancient rice terraces. Partly hidden by the coastal hills is the cone of the active volcano Gunung Agung, which dominates this drier, sparser side of Bali.

We went to the "Mother Temple" of Bali, Pura ...

The 'Real' Bali

A travel blog entry by davenjules on Nov 02, 2014

35 photos

... care and thought it was hilarious. The type of person who gives everyone else a bad name, they didn't show any respect for the Palace or the religious aura surrounding the place or to the restaurant either, an embarrassment to Australia.
Moving on we headed into the Palace grounds after paying a small fee (10 cents) for the up-keep, and from the instant you walk into the place you have a sense of awe and wonderment and amazement. It is beautiful and other than the 'Royal ...

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