Pondok Sari Beach Bungalow Resort & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... needed to make daily Hindu offerings (small flowers and bits of food on small decorative bamboo trays). These trays are all over the place... on window sills, sidewalks, traffic intersections... all encouraging the gods to bestow kind blessings on the people. Though a nice idea in theory, this practice is a significant drain on the financial resources of families who are already struggling, To boot, the offerings last for only 2 days before ...
... bus. We were obviously being ripped off. For 120 000 we agreed. Two minutes later he told us that it was fully booked but we could take the rickety local bus for 10 hours for 100 000. Yeah right. Martijn refused him, the guy said 90 000 and Martijn said 70 000. The guy swore in Indonesian and stormed off, his hands in the air. Martijn explained that during his travels in Africa, that happened to him a lot, but in the end they always came back and agreed. ...
... there, it was so crowded there was little space to scramble out of the way. It wasn't even completely dark yet before the blue flames made an appearance. They started off weak, and got stronger and larger the darker it got. It was VERY cool. Our guide climbed up to the flames to get a few closer shots on my camera, which was pretty cool of him. After soaking up the flames, we started to make our way back out of the crater, this time in complete darkness. It was just as tough as ...
... too - his current favorite being the American Pitbull. On his days off he and his friends like to go down by the lake, turn the music on and do drugs - well he was rather open about that. I did not dive into what types of drugs he preferred. Our driver to Pemuteran was a 56 year old man who has been driving the roads of Bali for some 30 years (25 of them as part of the Blue Bird Taxi group). He was a good fellow who we also arranged with ...
... thick enough to form a tunnel. The few road side houses we pass have stone Hindu shrines with incense burning. Woven grass ornaments line the roadway in the sparse towns. Ali gives us some Bailanese lessons, even though Bahasan is widely spoken here. Him - souk smoo - means tank u I write it down in the back of my LPG. We arrive at the Taman Sari Resort and I can feel the past few days ...