Citra Lestari Cottages

Address: Amed Road, Amed, Bali, 80852, Indonesia | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Amed Road, Amed, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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      Travel Blogs from Amed

      All or nothing Bali

      A travel blog entry by elegibson on Jun 09, 2014

      7 photos

      ... go...so I've decided that unless something is a 'hell YES!' then it's a 'no'. Unless I am really excited about it, I won't be persuaded to do it. Even if that means I don't 'do' the touristy sights or I miss out on something I might regret later, or I end up spending the day in my room instead, so be it! Having met my mum (yay!) and put some flesh on the bones of our nonexistent plan for the next three weeks we hired a little Jimny Jeep and drove to Amed in the north east of ...

      Lazy Days

      A travel blog entry by derekandjo on Nov 24, 2013

      10 photos

      ... caught with a few exceptions, they fish for Mackeral and it is in abundance and then they use some for bait for Barracuda and they catch some huge ones. When you order fish it is really fresh and tasty. They also take tourists out fishing and for trips along the coast snorkelling and scuba diving both of which are good.Each village have a cooperative so the money the fishermen make is shared equally.
      I have been snorkelling every day and went to a Japanese Wreck which is just off ...

      Time to Relax

      A travel blog entry by aksj_gortw on Oct 21, 2013

      27 photos

      ... br>
      The wife was hoping for a boy but was not confident and
      thought she was having another girl. In Balinese culture, family’s hope to have
      a son. Daughters are expensive as their weddings have to be paid for by their
      father and then the daughter will go off and live with her husband’s family.
      Sons stay with their parents and bring a wife home. They also care for their
      parents into old age so the husband and wife were very keen on this baby being
      a boy. ...

      Day 5: Ubud, Bali

      A travel blog entry by bmcswag on Oct 07, 2013

      95 photos

      We woke up at the crack of dawn this morning ready to hike a volcano. The four of us (Debbie, Hannah, Mel and I) jumped into the jeep and went barreling down the road at 80km/h driving in the middle of the road and only moving over to the side at the last second to allow the car coming in the opposite direction to pass. There are no seat belts in the vehicles here, except in the front seats. Our lives were in our drivers hands as he passed ...

      Bunaten

      A travel blog entry by dpcw on Aug 06, 2013

      ... bay as you walk down the big hill from Bunaten & see the coral & clear water.  Went back to Enak for dinner, had to book a table for 8.30.  Had the curry as it smelt beautiful when a couple were eating it at lunch time & they recommended it.  Where it was so dark we could see so many stars the most we have ever seen ...