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

    ... we asked the guide and driver if it would be possible to stop for food somewhere on the way back. Shortly after, they pulled up at a local warung in a small village where we had THE best nasi goreng (fried rice) that we have had so far. It was super cheap too, so we were chuffed. After getting back at the homestay we sat around in the living room having good chats with Nils and another guy from the Netherlands, before he had to go to sleep and prepare for his 12am hike. God... ...

    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

    ... ours. Satisfied we had seen everything and got the best view we began the descent. Half way down we met some people from our group "where have you been we have been waiting for an hour" not this again, the Germans are going to be mad. When we asked if they had walked around the crater non of them had and again it was like 7am and we wondered what is the point in coming all this way if you were not going to explore. Back in the car it was suppose to be a 3 hour drive ...

    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 ...