Travel Blogs from Manggis
My last stop on my little getaway is another Alila (lucky accident), this time on the water. Although it wasnt quite as luxurious as the Ubud version, it was still a beautiful resort, with glorious views from my balcony, the pool and the restaurant. The best part was the massage tables set up on the water edge, having a balinese massage while …
Our lovely driver (albeit a bit smelly) took us up to the Alila Mangis Hotel in Candi Dasa. It was outside of the town a little but right on the sea. The hotel was amazing, all the rooms faced the lawn and the pool and also out to see. We were greeted with a welcome drink which was yummy and definitely required in the heat!!!
The first …
Graduation in public administration – work as office and marketing manager in private company –leaving the comfort of carefree life – start as volunteer in NGO. That is the shortened version of the story: How I got from SLOVAKIA to BALI, where I became member of International Humanity Foundation family.
It has been already three weeks since I came to the IHF center but I cannot avoid feeling like it is my first week here. Every ...
... were taken on a guided tour by a local guide who explained about the daily prayer ritual and the temple festivals. Finally we stopped at Taman Ujung, a larger water palace, which had a pavilion with rooms used by the King of Karangesem and his family. The park is also know as the eternal happiness park. It was built in 1921 but almost totally destroyed by earthquake in 1976 but restored in ...
... I go.
It is rewarding to see the smile of a child when he understands what you say , and also observe the face of effort the children's when the teacher teaches a new topic .
The vacation days are perfect! You can go to beautiful beaches, or visiting new cities like Kuta , Ubud etc ... Here in Bali have a whole island to be discovered and also one new culture .
How has this resort rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsAlila Manggis
This place was beautiful, the food was amazing. Very peaceful and quiet. Not a very touristy town but enough to do for the 3 days we had there.
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