Shankari'S Bali Retreat

Address: Jl. Raya Gilimanuk, Tabanan, Bali, 82162, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl. Raya Gilimanuk, Tabanan.
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    Travel Blogs from Tabanan

    Ijen volcano: blue fire & inspiring men

    A travel blog entry by geogging-around on Mar 25, 2015

    27 photos

    ... so glad we didn't do that one. We really wouldn't have appreciated doing that hike up in the dark, not knowing how much steeper it got, or if it ever ended.

    We went to bed pretty early as we were all shattered, and didn't want to be sleep deprived for our journey to Bali the following day! Woo!

    All in all, Ijen was definitely one of the highlights of our time in Java. As much as I love an accessible volcano like Bromo, Ijen was truly rewarding because of ...

    Mt Ijen and Momma turtle

    A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Dec 14, 2014

    22 photos

    ... locals that work down at the crater mine pieces of sulphur and transport them back out with woven baskets strapped to a piece of bamboo so we thought it best to follow them. These guys are like machines, they carry up to 80kgs of sulphur at a time up super steep trails for about 6km and only get about 700Rp per kg – (7c NZD per kg). They have to endure the sulphuric smoke and some do it wearing only flip flops – pretty much the hardest working people we’ve ...

    Another Volcanoe, blue sulfur lights and lake

    A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Oct 09, 2014

    16 photos

    ... lake in the centre of the crater and the steep crater walls around it everything looked magical and eerie. It was a strange place to be in the late hours of the night and with no other tourists down at the lake accept us it was a really bizaa experience, nice but strange. I felt like I had been sucked off the earth and put inside a book of bizaa world's like I was inside someone's imagination. There were Indonesian workers near the sulphur vents. They chip sulfur off ...

    Let's go hike up Kawah Ijen and down the crater

    A travel blog entry by tobirgits on Oct 04, 2014

    14 photos

    ... close my eyes several times. The worker took me around and showed me where and how they collect the sulfur. It is a lot of work – quite dangerous and then carrying between 70 and 100 kg up the crater is a real challenge and then down the trail. I really don’t know how they manage. It was really thrilling to be in the crater and watching the workers. You do realize how fortunate you are that you ...

    Blue Fire Spectacle

    A travel blog entry by joeljasmine on Apr 27, 2014

    69 photos

    ... of leaking sulphur fumes from sections of ceramic pipes laid to a volcanic vent. The pipes serve to condense gaseous sulphur into molten and eventually solid form so it can be manually mined (and be made into souvenirs as well). I went really upclose, very near the pipes, but it's extremely hazardous. It's one of the lifetime, so I thought what the hell! Sorry for the pictures as it was very difficult ...