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