Tag: Lovina

Rainy season

I am living in the north of Bali, near Lovina. Lovina is quite dry compared with southern Bali and is described as a sub-tropical region. The rainy season is supposedly late starting this year and for the past couple of days it...

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Sail Indonesia arrives in Lovina

I noticed the build up in a number of yachts and catamarans in Lovina over the past few weeks and just realized that they are part of Sail Indonesia 2009. Last night they had Balinese dancers on the beach and central Lovina was...

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Many hotels full during Lebaran holiday

The first week of Idul Fistri holiday or Lebaran as it is known in Indonesia is now over, with one week to go and many hotels are experiencing strong demand in Bali. I am living in Lovina and have always been told, it’s...

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Hot Spring Lovina

Hot spring di kawasan Lovina, tepatnya sekitar 3 Km dari pusat Lovina. Tempat pemandian air panas yang banar – benar berbeda dari tempat permandian air panas yang lain. Hot spring ini memiliki beberapa tempat bagian...

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Following the construction of a new house

Most foreigners who move to Bali or even while they are on holiday get caught up in the property rush. Property prices have sky rocketed on the island, while there are still a few pockets of cheap land available. Many people...

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Lumba – Lumba, Lovina Bali

Kemarin pagi saya ikut tour dolphin atau lumba – lumba. Tidak mahal di bandingkan dengan apa yang kita lihat selama tour. Setiap orang wajib membayar biaya tour sebesar enam puluh ribu rupiah ( Rp. 60.000,- ). Dan kamu...

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Pantai Kalibukbuk, Lovina Bali

Pantai kalibukbuk tepatnya di lovina, bali. Pantai ini tenang dan biasa di kenal dengan sebutan ” Lautan Bali”. Selain pantainya yang indah dan tenang, pantai ini di kenal dengan lumba – lumbanya. Karena pantai...

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Renting a house in Bali

After spending the past month or so in Bali staying in various hotels and guesthouses, I have finally signed a 6 month lease on a small house in Lovina. It is only 2 million rupiah a month (around US$200) which includes a basic...

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