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

    Lampuuk Beach

    A travel blog entry by karenxaceh on Jul 30, 2015

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    ... rests.

    This beach was hit by the tsunami in December 2004. Aceh was terribly hit - at least 150,000 deaths, and 600,000 people displaced. Everyone here has had their lives impacted by the tsunami in some way. The sweetest local volunteer here, a very beautiful and demure girl, told us during Hari Raya that she wants to have six children in the future, because she feels so lonely at home since her dad and brother passed ...

    All of Bali (sorry!!!!)

    A travel blog entry by charlottec9 on Jul 25, 2015

    ... when they were walking back from The bar. (The waiters followed them back because the group had supposedly not paid, which was completely untrue.) No one was harmed, but the men were very angry and kept on yelling rude things about how the people didn't belong in Bali, and how it was their culture. Not many people notice it, and I'm pretty sure it's because they don't want to, but I occasionally got an aggressive vibe from locals. It is clear that Bali is severely dependent on ...

    From Kuta to Seminyak.

    A travel blog entry by kymrobey on Jul 15, 2015

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    ... the shops were more often expensive little boutiques. We went down to Seminyak Square for lunch and I started my search for a yudelele, an instrument made in Bali. The shops that supposedly sold them didn't have any available however. Later, we wandered through a nightclub to reach the beach and watch the sunset with cocktails. Unfortunately there was cloud right where the sun should have hit the horizon. It was still nice though. Eventually ...

    Church-hunting in Aceh

    A travel blog entry by karenxaceh on Jul 05, 2015

    ... the afternoon service was at 2pm or at 4pm, so 4.5 hours would probably be a good buffer. Right?

    A woman from the church approached me and conversed with me in Chinese. Hearing her speak Chinese made me feel so much at home, made everything sound less foreign. Their Chinese sounds less foreign to me than their English, because their Chinese kind of sounds like Malaysian Chinese, whereas their English's mostly not very fluent and heavily, uniquely ...

    1: Nurul

    A travel blog entry by karenxaceh on Jul 02, 2015

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    ... to observe a class. The architecture undergrads from China are teaching the children how to draw a cube, with shading and all. Some of the kids are doing impressively well. But Nurul can't seem to get the lines right; shades in all the wrong places. She grasps an ochre colour pencil. She asks for an eraser. She rubs and rubs and rubs, gets the lines wrong again, doesn't understand why it isn't looking as it should. The teacher keeps going with her pencil, her shading makes the ...

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