My Holiday in Bali Island

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LAPORAN STUDI WISATA
PULAU BALI

Pada tanggal 24 Juli 2011, siswa dan siswi kelas 11 SMA Negeri 4 Bojonegoro mengadakan studi wisata ke pulau Bali. Kegiatan tersebut dilakukan selama 5 hari, mulai dari berangkat hingga tiba kembali di Bojonegoro. Selama studi wisata, kami mengunjungi banyak tempat. Kami merupakan rombongan dari bus 5

Hari I, Tanggal 24 Juni 2011

* Berangkat
Kami berangkat dari Bojonegoro menuju Pulau Bali pada pukul 11.00 WIB. Sebelum berangkat, kami berkumpul terlebih dahulu di SMA Negeri 4 Bojonegoro untuk absen. Tepat pada pukul 11.00 bus rombongan kami meninggalkan Bojonegoro menuju ke Pulau Bali

* Masjid Agung Surabaya
Setelah menempuh perjalanan selama 3 jam, kami tiba di kota Surabaya. Kami beristirahat di Masjid Agung Surabaya untuk melakukan sholat dan makan siang. Bangunan masjid ini sangat besar dan megah.

* Rumah Makan di Probolinggo
Setelah dari Masjid Agung Surabaya, kami melanjutkan perjalanan hingga kota Probolinggo. Kami tiba di Probolinggo untuk makan malam. Kami makan malam pada pukul 19.00. selain makan malam, kami juga melakukan ibadah sholat Isya’ setelah melakukan makan malam.

* Perlabuhan Ketapang Banyuwangi
Kami tiba di Pelabuhan Ketapang, Banyuwangi pada pukul 23.00 untuk menaiki kapal menuju pulau Dewata. Kami mulai menaiki kapal pada pukul 24.00. udara pada saat kami menaiki kapal sangat dungun dan ombak kurang bersahabat, sehingga ada teman kami yang mabuk perjalanan.

Hari II, Tanggal 25 Juni 2011

* Pelabuhan Gilimanuk Bali
Kami tiba di pelabuhan Gilimanuk, Bali pada pukul 03.00 WITA. Lalu ketika sampai di pelabuhan, banyak sekali pedagang asongan yang menawarkan dagangan mereka. Setelah semua anak berkumpul dan menaiki bus masing-masing, perjalanan kami lanjutkan menuju pantai Tanah Lot

* Tanah Lot
Kami tiba di objek Wisata Tanah Lot pada pukul 05.00 WITA.setelah…...

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