The Bali Photo Diary – Part 2

The Bali Photo Diary – Part 2

Bali attracts over 3 million tourists per year, most of whom manage to squeeze themselves into the island’s beachy and beautiful South. In fact, most visitors don’t go any further north than Ubud, which is why going up and over the central mountains felt like crossing into a new land on the other side. Our second week was spent diving off some of the world’s most sublime coral gardens, catching the sunrise over one of Indonesia’s most sacred temples, snorkelling with what they call the giant’s ocean and setting foot one of the highest mountains I have ever climbed. Talk about adventures.

The Bali Photo Diary
Jatiluwih Rice Terraces
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The Bali Photo Diary
local in Begudul
The Bali Photo Diary
Sunrise at the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple
The Bali Photo Diary
Ulun Danu Beratan Temple
The Bali Photo Diary
Ulun Danu Beratan Temple
The Bali Photo Diary
Preparations for a Balinese Cockfight
The Bali Photo Diary
Pulau Menjangan
This Wee One Came to Say Hi During a Pitstop on the Way to Pemuteran
Pemuteran Beach
Devil's Tears, Lembongan
Devi’ls Tears, Lembongan
seen on the streets in Northern Lombok
Mount Rinjani – Day 1
Mount Rinjani – Day 1
Mount Rinjani – Day 1

Making Friends With Some Manta-rays off Nusa Penida

Have you been to any of these places yourself? If not, which one would you like to see most?

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  • I love this, it looks so fantastic! The temple especially looks like a great place to go. I’ve explored some of the temples in Thailand, but I think I’m going to have to add Bali to my list of places to check out.