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... too strong that Erlangga had to ask for the help of Barong. Barong came with Erlangga's soldiers, and fight ensued. Rangda casted a spell that made Erlangga soldiers all wanted to kill themselves, pointing their poisoned keris into their own stomachs and chests. Barong casted a spell that turned their body resistant to the sharp keris. At the end, Barong won, and Rangda ran away.
Somebody can die or get seriously injured in a Barong dance. It is said that if ...
... with twice the population. The currency in Indonesia is the Rupiah (IDR) and there are 19,000 of them to the pound, so we are working with Monopoly money. Also they dive on the left.
Bali has a predominantly Hindu population though Indonesia is 87% muslim. Archeological evidence shows that Home Sapiens lived here 42,000 years ago.....on their way to Australia.
... black ash however within 30 minutes the paths became much narrower (single file only), much more rocky and quite steep. As we ascended the air became much thinner and many of us experienced feeling light headed but as promised 2 hours later we reached our first look out point with plenty of time to have a hot cup of tea/coffee (provided by the lovely Balinese tour guides) and take lots of photos of the breathtaking sunrise! But it wasn't over then we weren't quite ...
... to see if they could kill it for us. By the time I got them to our room there was a gecko behind the bathroom mirror with the cockroach! Apparently geckos eat cockroaches which is nice, so that solved that problem. Although it's a little unnerving having the thought that there could be a cockroach crawling around while you're sleeping. I guess I'll just have to hope for the best! 3AM start tomorrow though so I've got to get some sleep so I can climb this ...
... and I took
photos of the figurines because each one is different. They are meant to
look scary because they are actually supposed to scare off evil. The
rice terraces were beautiful and we stopped to have lunch and enjoy the
view for a while till it started to rain. We waited out a little bit of
the rain and drove back to central Ubud for the evening. We bought
tickets to see a Kecak dance so we were ...