POSTED BY IT Nov - 30 - 2015 0 COMMENT

The very nature of independent travel sees us seeking out the far-flung, probing and plunging into exotic corners and reveling in all that is alien and strange to our senses. That is until we break, wear out or run out of something we consider vital; suddenly it is brought sharply home to us that there is no replacing that particular item any-time soon. At the very least this is going to be annoying, but at worst it can have implications for our health and well-being and put the rest of the trip into jeopardy.

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POSTED BY IT Nov - 29 - 2015 0 COMMENT

West Bali consists mainly of the district of Jembrana. In this part of Bali are some interesting places to visit.
The main town of the Jembrana district is Negara. In the far west is the harbor town of Gilimanuk where also the ferry to Java departs.
The most interesting places to visit in West Bali are the Bali Barat National Park, Menjangan island, Negara Pura Rambut Siwi and Pura Gede Purancak. There are also some very popular surf spots in the west of Bali, like Medewi Beach.

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POSTED BY IT Nov - 28 - 2015 0 COMMENT

Nusa Ceningan is the smallest of the three Nusa islands southeast of Bali. It is located between Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida.
Ceningan can be reached from Sanur by taking the ferry to Nusa Lembongan first. From there one travels by ojek (motorbike taxi) to a small and narrow bridge which connects Nusa Lembongan with Nusa Ceningan. This bridge is fit only for pedestrians and motor bikes.

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POSTED BY IT Nov - 27 - 2015 0 COMMENT

Saraswati Day is celebrated at the very last day of the BalinesePawukon calendar, being the Saturday of its last week, Watugunung.
Dewi Saraswati is generally referred to as the goddess of ‘Science & Knowledge’.

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POSTED BY IT Nov - 26 - 2015 0 COMMENT

Lontar – The word ‘lontar’ is derived from two Old Javanese words, being ‘ron’ (leaf) and ‘tal’ (rontal tree). The word ‘rontal’ therefore means ‘leaf of the rontal tree’. The rontal tree belongs to the family of palm trees (Borassus fabellifer).
Due to the shape of its leaves, which are spread like a fan, these trees are also known as ‘fan trees’.
The leaves of the rontal tree have always been used for many purposes, such as for the making of plaited mats, palm sugar wrappers, water scoops, ornaments, ritual tools, and writing material.

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