Zen Resort Bali

Address: PO Box 18, Ds. Ume Anyar, Seririt, Bali, Indonesia | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on PO Box 18, Ds. Ume Anyar, Seririt, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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    Travel Blogs from Seririt

    Bali, Oh Bali

    A travel blog entry by emmasbigtrip on Mar 29, 2015

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    Never have I been somewhere so remote and so beautiful. Here I am not just Emma. I am "Ahhhh hello Miss Emma" (said in a slow, sensual tone). I've been scrubbed and rubbed; I've meditated, stretched, bent, breathed and om'ed. I've chanted, prayed (yep, never thought I would), laughed with great new friends and sunbathed. I've eaten more mangosteen …

    Mola Mola!!!

    A travel blog entry by oshioshi


    Mola Mola is also called the sunfish, and is the biggest bony fish in the world. It is not a whale, a shark, or any other large sea animals, but is a family of a pufferfish that weighs 1,000kg on average. Molas are seen around Lembongan during August - November, when they surface from their deep habitat of 200-600 meters under the sea. I have been patiently waiting to get a glimpse of these magnificent fish!! For the past few weeks, I have been hearing reports ...

    I Became a PADI Certified Diver, Don't Ya Know?!

    A travel blog entry by emj2013


    ... the way I know he wanted to. It did mean that he called Val back from a few of her explorations before she'd have needed to if Edi had been watching out for her, since he was a bit more of a sheepdog than Edi, apparently, but all went well. Edi was a great person to dive with too, pointing out all sorts of fish, and his photographs have been an amazing addition to our collection for the trip, as you'll see. We saw a huge Brown Marbled Grouper, at least a metre long, as well as two ...

    Time to grab a bargain

    A travel blog entry by teriandpaul


    ... to pay, you go in low and instead of tell you a counter offer they write it down on a calculator and show you, it takes forever to barter because your constantly having to use the calculator to negotiate however in the end even if there not happy you walk away at the price you suggested in the first place! A few t-shirts later and hardly any money spent we went back to find our chauffeur lol. As the hotel is very pricey ...

    Music (makes the people come together)

    A travel blog entry by kiaelise


    ... on some western restaurant. That's the other thing about Kuta: because it's such a tourist trap there are all types of restaurants from all over. So we spoiled ourselves silly on that. But quite honestly the best food was the local cheap stuff at our hotel restaurant. After we ate we went to check out the beach. Once again, not so much fun. It's just teaming with people trying to sell you stuff so it's impossible to enjoy. We left that area ...