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

      Mt Ijen and Momma turtle

      A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Dec 14, 2014

      22 photos

      ... lemmings we followed everyone else until we descended down towards the crater with the smell of toxic sulphur getting ever stronger so we needed to craft makeshift breathing masks by dampening our scarfs with water – not great but seemed to do the trick. The moonlit view of the stars, tree silhouettes and surrounding mountains was magic.

      The walk down was more like a scramble really and we made slow progress cautiously feeling through the darkness for ...

      Another Volcanoe, blue sulfur lights and lake

      A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Oct 09, 2014

      16 photos

      ... Kirsty just climbed directly up being that its our 5th volcano so we are now volcano climbing experts and it was not to steep. Plus there was no sign saying not to and the English do not respond unless there is a sign hehe. At the top everyone was lined up for sunrise but I noticed 2 white tourists heading off around the crater rim. Me and Kirsty are terrible for the unknown. Were always like I wonder what's round that corner or over there, we want to survey ...

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

      A travel blog entry by tobirgits on Oct 04, 2014

      14 photos

      ... You see all the workers carrying sulfur up the crater and the smoke in the crater. I climbed down the crater with one of the workers. It was quite an experience. At the bottom we put on masks because of the smell and to protect us from the sulfur fumes which can be quite strong. The smell wasn't too bad but the fumes really stung especially in my eyes. I was crying quite a bit due to the fumes and ...

      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 ...

      Tale of A Coffee Plantation

      A travel blog entry by joeljasmine on Apr 26, 2014

      65 photos

      ... we got back to the estate, and I asked the lorry driver to drop us at the entrance to the estate because we can check out another waterfalls and also to check out coffee production plant. Supposed we are to visit the plant, but because there were no coffee beans, the visit to the plant fail to materialize. I instead spent time talking to the locals after our dinner and also manage to experience their local inter-district volleyball games.
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