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... I stumbled on this other place called the Turtle Conservation and Education Centre in Serangan online. This was an amazing choice. It is supported by WWF which made me feel better, and was only a donation to see. It is off the main road, and doesn't have that 'street appeal', but it was so worth it. A volunteer showed us around and told us about how the turtles got there. God humans are a-holes. The turtles wind up there from ingesting plastic, getting caught in nets, or by ...
... a liking to her earring.
On I stumbled, literally the footpaths are an obstacle course of holes, grates, missing tiles, scooters, shoes and driveways, which are lower than the footpath, and only 2 people wide. I have given up deferring to the other tourists who insist on walking 2 abreast. Now I just stop and wait for them to go to single file, most of the time they are genuinely surprised, so I just smile and shrug!
I had been told to seek ...
... previous eruption from 1968, a large lava field is still seen today.
Besakih Temple (Bali's largest temple)- Wow. I can't believe what we just went through. Despite the amazing beauty of the temples roofs that soared into the sky, we were on edge the whole time we were shown around the temple grounds. Our driver for the day told us to pay 50,000rp for a volunteer guide and nothing more. He also mentioned that many people get ripped off here and pay hundreds of thousands as ...
... where to walk. We journeyed along an alley way (grabbing some tasty corn on the cob on route) towards the sea. We arrived at the coastline which was a rocky cliff. Below us was a curved bay with two rock outcrops at either ends. On both ends were small temples. We explored these before walking to the main temple. It was down next to the beach on a flat section of rock in the ocean. The waves were lapping up against the temple. You couldn't see which sections of ...
... serve pizza, ceasar salad, sandwiches and the like. Oh! I miss the authenticity of Ubud. On the other hand the local laid back culture of the Balinese and the surfers relaxed "no worries" mentality fit right in. I walk further to the beach and I see a bride and groom taking photos capturing their special day together with the ocean and the sunset. I cannot help but smile and think back of the 7th of ...