Aditya Beach Resort

Address: Jl. Raya Lovina, Kalibukbuk, Bali, Indonesia | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Jl. Raya Lovina, Kalibukbuk, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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    Travel Blogs from Kalibukbuk

    Mount Agung

    A travel blog entry by nickwheatley on Nov 09, 2013

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    ... entertained us with interesting information about Hinduism (did you know that most would rather not be burned upon death but rather be left on a mountain to be eaten by eagles?) and about how being Hindu in a predominately Muslim country affects his way of life. 6 hours of torture later we finally reached the temple at the base of the mountain and I had to practically crawl to the car in tears of both joy and ...

    Beauty and Adventure!

    A travel blog entry by suetonmonk on Aug 09, 2013

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    ... in Bali - on the slopes of Mt Agung (the highest peak in Bali). Then an incredible adventure - white water (or was that white knuckle?) rafting on the Telaga Jawa river - 12km and 2 hrs of nonstop class III/IV rapids - rafting alongside gorgeous rice terraces, flying through narrow vertical canyons and getting soaked under amazing waterfalls. We had three ...

    45c an Hour or 45c a Litre?

    A travel blog entry by thirdworldtour on May 15, 2013

    ... economy is built on cheap fuel. Elections loom and with politicians liking power it looks like the fast track down the highway to fuel hell will continue.

    That's all very interesting Ken (Not really!) Why are you telling us this? Well, avid readers, it seems that as a tourist here you have a few options. You can rent your own wheels, pay forty-five cents a litre at the state owned fuel station, gouge the Indonesian tax-payer and recoup the entire purchase price ...

    Bali, Starting Out In Ubud

    A travel blog entry by wasagadave on Apr 18, 2013

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    ... directly, but to prepay at the taxi stand. Great advice, but we waited in line for half an hour there and I don't think we did any better. Our driver, Imade, spoke decent English and was soon telling us how much the island had changed in the last couple of decades, and the problems it was bringing. We took his card and might consider dealing with him again for local tours and potential accommodation.

    The traffic in town was wild, but finally thinned out ...