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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      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 ...

      Operation Ijen

      A travel blog entry by mktravels on Dec 08, 2014

      4 comments, 17 photos

      ... edge there are two incredible things to see. Firstly, the 'Blue Flames', and this blue glow isn't, of course, lava, it is the light from the combustion of sulfuric gases. Those gases emerge from cracks in the volcano at high pressure and temperature—up to 1,112°F (600°C). When they come in contact with the air, they ignite, sending flames up to 16 feet (5 meters) high. Apparently Ijen is one of only two places in the world you can see this so it is ...

      Another Volcanoe, blue sulfur lights and lake

      A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Oct 09, 2014

      16 photos

      ... followed them and asked if they were off to see sunrise and they said yes. We then overtook them and scooted off around the crater rim. The view from the other side was spectacular! You could see loads of mountains covered in mist and the lake and crater walls looked amazing from over here. We were basically the only tourists on this side. There was a mountain infront of where the actual sun would appear on the horizon so we walked further and further around the crater ...

      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

      ... s daytime was surreal. I couldn't imagine the beauty of area when we were climbing our way up there. There was even a lake beside the mining area at the crater, didn't even know when I was down there at the mine. The lake is also known as the World's Most Acidic Lake. The colour of the water in the lake was an extraordinary vivid aqua blue color. Evidence of volcanic activity is everywhere with steaming water ...