Pondok Sari Beach Bungalow Resort & Spa

Gerokgak-Singaraja, Pemuteran, Bali, Indonesia | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on Gerokgak-Singaraja, Pemuteran.
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    Travel Blogs from Pemuteran

    Incredible Snorkelling

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jul 16, 2014

    1 comment, 63 photos

    ... stages. We enjoyed our walk through their garden and Anoop tried climbing their bamboo ladder. It was amazing to see how tall the ladders were. We sat on the terrace and they ordered 2 cups of coffee. Since I am not a fan of black coffee, I opted out, but Anoop tried it and said it was quite smooth.

    We then set off towards the northwest corner of Bali, to Pemuteran. We passed by lots of cloves drying on the roadside and you ...

    Fish Attack!

    A travel blog entry by eherbert on Apr 20, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... br> Fun Fact: We managed to find a cheap place (that surprisingly had AC), and we discovered that we were getting used to the heat--75 degrees seemed cold to sleep in!

    We snorkeled the two days that we were in Pemuteran. Both days were great! They were all pretty much the same--great coral, lots of colorful fish, etc. Unfortunately, we did not see anything big. Boo even tried to attract some sharks over by getting a bloody ...

    Kawah Ijen - hati-hati

    A travel blog entry by judith_michi on Mar 19, 2014

    61 photos

    ... go without gas mask which cannot be organised in Indonesia and they even brought theirs from Austria, the ascent is really exhausting and the descent into the crater is extremely dangerous. The ascent is a bit exhausting but totally doable and for the descent we'd recommend a headlamp, good shoes with grip and a bit of hati-hati (Indonesian for watch out). There was not a second when we felt unsafe and wished we had gas masks but maybe we were just lucky with the weather. ...

    Seminyak Day 3 - Ijen Tour

    A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Dec 24, 2013

    46 photos

    ... easier but it's so steep that it just puts load on our knees and quads instead of calves and ankles. All the same as we hit the final stretch the sun comes out and we get suntanned noses. Someone sneezes like alenee (which is akin to a sneeze followed by someone kicking a hamster), a butterfly the same colour as the guides t-shirt comes out of the t-shirt area confusing everyone, and finally someone clears a tree trunk blocking the path by cutting down all the things stopping ...

    Arrival to Bali

    A travel blog entry by maexme on Oct 03, 2013

    5 photos

    ... br> Bali is a small island with 4.5Million inhabitants, 78% of which are hinduist. While schools teach the official language of Indonesia, Bahasa Indonesia, there is like in other areas of Indonesia a language spoken in the island, Balinese. Balinese uses also a different handwritting/alphabet. While the cast system in Bali is not as strict as it is in India, the names in Bali already indicate which cast the person was born ...