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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      Beautiful Bali... chilling in Sanur

      A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Dec 17, 2014

      4 photos

      ... I got back to my hostel and everywhere that I'd missed with my suncream was lobster red! It didn't look that bad at the beach but this was a serious red colour. You could actually see my handprints where I'd not bothered covering properly... Its calmed down a bit now but I think I'll be upping my sun factor in future. I had a super tasty fried noodle meal for lunch at a local "warung" which seems to be a little shop that happens to whip up ...

      Who makes all those dark grey bricks?

      A travel blog entry by lainelangridge on Aug 27, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... the mix and pressed into the shape of the brick. (Any knowledgeable brick makers or machine savvy people have to put up with my lack of the right names I'm afraid).
      In less than a minute the press lever is raised and up pops a perfectly formed brick. A worker then carries the bricks over to the 'drying pile' where they stay for several days to harden in the sun.

      Then the process starts again. They make 85 bricks a day - without stopping! Because once the mix ...

      Thuper Therious Thcuba Diverth

      A travel blog entry by laurelstruthers on May 24, 2014

      ... bump into anything. I found the key to it is just trusting that your breathing will bring you up and down as you need it. If you start to panic you will lose control and float about, but if you take your time, it will balance out.

      We completed our skills in the ocean and headed out for lunch. Getting out of the water brought new challenges. Walking along the rocks with my equipment feeling twice as heavy as before was tough work. Charlie and ...

      Bali-The Island Paradise

      A travel blog entry by lordos on Mar 31, 2014

      63 photos

      ... a guesthouse for 24 hours with 3 chlidren plus the guesthouse owners children I was reeady to ge the gun out of the draw!!! Nyepi is proceeded the night before by the Ogh Ogh-demonic characters to attract the evil spirits and get them to leave.Each banjur (local community area) construct one and try and outdo the other communities.Its my last day after Nyepi before I go to Ubud and I go to Tanah Lot in the late afternoon to capture an image when the sun sets ...

      Sister Act - Indonesia

      A travel blog entry by aliandhannah on Mar 01, 2014

      11 photos

      ... day freediving course started with basic theory and breathing techniques. It's all about the ability to control your urge to breathe and just relax. What I didn't know was when your hold your breath and are desperate to breathe again, it's not for want of more oxygen but to get rid of CO2. You actually have plenty of O2 left, so as long as you stay on top of the diaphragm contractions and the mental urge, you can hold it for much longer than you think. And the worst that will ...