The Gangsa Private Villa by Kayumanis

Address: Jalan Tirta Akasa 28, Sanur, Bali, 80227, Indonesia | 5 star villa
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This 5 star villa, located in the Tech Center/Littleton area of Sanur, is near Puputan Square.
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      Nusa Penida Island Tour

      A travel blog entry by dawn8_21 on Jun 26, 2014

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      ... Czech pancakes with fruit, ice cream and whipping cream. We also tried on our wet suits and gear for tomorrow so that it is all ready to go tomorrow morning when we arrive before our 11am dive. It will be my first scuba dive ever and I'm a bit nervous to see how I will like the feeling but I'm excited. My dive will be at Ped, on the northeast corner of the island, which is meant to be amazingly clear and full of fish. I'm hoping I enjoy it so it's something I can keep up once in ...

      Exploring Sanur, Bali......

      A travel blog entry by teresa6514 on May 14, 2014

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      ... and good health to the family. It is a duty and an honour at the same time, and in Balinese perspective a very natural and almost logical thing to maintain a good relationship between people and spirits.

      Talking of spirits we stop for our first taste of Bintang beer, hmmm, lovely, cold and oh so cheap after Australia, so we have a few more. Later, we go to a Japanese restaurant on the beach by us and have a romantic meal looking out to sea, the Basing Strait...

      Chill, then chill, and chill again

      A travel blog entry by hdadventures on Feb 11, 2014

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      ... family temples. Many of his paintings are on the wall, from Italy to Egypt etc and Bali, of course. Unfortunately, noone is really looking after it properly, the paintings are slowly falling apart due to the humidity. Everything is in the open air. The house itself is exquisite, a typical Balinese house full of carvings. That was our last week in Bali and we both could have stayed there another few days. We were pretty sad to fly off. End of our trip in Asia, back to the 'Western ...

      D132 - Storm 'n' teacup

      A travel blog entry by kimrichings on Dec 16, 2013

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      ... and whatever music is planned, but quite often now they have to quickly take everything down and move it to the main restaurant under cover.........mmmmmm!! We finish our tea and cake pretty quickly as the rain starts and follows us back to our room. We can almost set our watch by the daily rain now but this is probably the worst rain we've experienced so far. As it's John and Sue's last night we break out the brollies and meet them in Luhtu's for dinner at about 6.30, the ...

      Goodbye Malaysia, hello Indonesia

      A travel blog entry by danandhan2013 on Sep 06, 2013

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      ... security with a MaccyD's breakfast in mind...although soon realised we had made an error as the majority of the food outlets are before security, not afterwards, so we had to make do with a coffee shop which operated an unusual self service model, employed staff that didn't speak much English and served under cooked poached eggs. It wasn't the best breakfast, but they did have free wifi, so we spent an hour here before catching the monorail to the terminal where our ...