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Interesting to learn the process of how synthetic pearls are made.
We had no interest in making a purchase which was no issue for the staff; no pressure to buy which was good...as the pricing is not cheap; but the quality was obvious.
Atlas pearl farm is not just a hut with a demonstrator inserting a mother of pearl nucleus in to an oyster. It is a large farm water in which oysters are tied to together on string or or rope and hung deep into the water...More
It's ok - a humble business which probably sells more stuff in the big smoke. It's a bit too passive and the display lacks the imagination to inspire interest in buying. The showcases are dull - just rows of pearls - no love!
We arrived in the morning, it was just a normal jewelry shop located by an average looking beach. One of the vendors tried to sell us various pieces of pearl jewelry... and that was it. No explanation, no tour.
I can't understand how this place...More
I spent an hour or so at the Atlas pearl farm; very interesting tour (free) by Ita, who told me of the way pearls are produced. I was also shown how the pearl is started within the oyster.
The tour is free and there are...More
Located in Penyabangan Village,Gerokgak,North Bali.Sea pearl farm produce best pearl quality.Most workers are local women.Side job for them to earn money for their families.Buy small things here or just visit them it.s mean you take care of them.The staff will show you how is the...More
Three and half hour drive for less than ten minutes information.
What was the so called tour?
Why was advised to be there around 0900 due to tide?
What the hell did the tide have to do with watching a dvd and implant demo.