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... alone. I was grateful for the lack of spectators as we rather ungracefully scrambled our way to the next waterfalls, barefoot and in our bathing suits. In my head it is law to sing Peter Andres "Mysterious Girl" when greeted with a waterfall and of course we did just that.
It was such a fun day and I felt so free and childlike the whole time. And to top things off, I made it up the stairs with lots of breaks but thankfully no breakdowns! We topped our day off ...
... specified tourism -- less bus drivers and more local guides. Liberalization of building codes could also maintain "healthy soil" by bolstering existing economic centers and decreasing deforestation.
It is vital to keep our planet vital. We cannot continue Slashing and Burning when we know there are healthier alternatives. What do you think about Bali's crisis?
How can you plant perennially in your own life?
... and nearly munched on my hand the little fecker!
The next thing we booked up was a fire dance at one of the temples, well it wasn't quite as exciting as the bike tour, pretty much a load of semi naked blokes dancing round some fire singing, well making odd sounding noises whilst we all sat in uncomfortable plastic chairs for an hour. Probably the best part of the performance was before the show started where a stray dog wandered out in front of ...
... who were clearly not cut out for hiking. They had gone for the method of all holding hands in one big line, which wasn't great for keeping up the pace therefore we reached the first viewpoint with them trailing behind.
The second checkpoint was reached just as the sky began to glow in a magnificent orangey pink. The clouds were below us, covering the lake like a blanket of cotton wool, making it seem like sort of magical land as the sun ...
... or the panoramic context. Anyway, Bali is absolutely stunning, with its lush green horizons, tropical flowers, Hindu temples and Asian architectures. The car ride alone would have been worth the trip! Then today I did 3 dives. Tulamben is known for the USS Liberty shipwreck and the "Dropoff," where the wall drops for some unknown depths and amazing coral and sea life live along the wall. I dived the "Dropoff" first. They were not ...