XII : Traces of Indonesia – Uluwatu

In order to enter the temples, we have to at least dress decently, a form of respect at sacred places. Hence, all of us had to put on a sarong, probably we don’t look decent enough in our attire.
 
Welcome to Uluwatu, folks!
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Well, woman touchy man at sacred places!
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As soon as the last person, got the sarong on, it started to drizzle!  . . . from then, the sarong was used to cover our cameras. Nothing else matters!

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Standing at the edge was pretty scary with the wind blowing so strong! Nevertheless, I love how it feels. Sound of the waves hitting the rocks, strong wind blowing, drizzling and having hell of a hard time covering my DSLR.

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What if . . . well just jump!

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Guess what?! Its INDIAN OCEAN baybehh! I never know of Indian Ocean until I flew across it when I was on my way to Perth. Now, this is a different perspective.
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Looks like fossils as if like some kinda T-Rex’s bones.
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Check this out. When a bunch of bloggers from Penang and KL reunite . . .
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Regardless rain or shine!
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Lucky the small one did not gone with the wind.
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The hole!
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The view was tremendous!
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There goes Yoga, directing us.
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Oh, ya. Totally forgotten about this monkeys. They are seriously a bunch of monkeys! #@% what the heck am I talking about?! Well, Yoga did warned us about these bunch of buddies as they will grab tourists’ spects. They love dangling stuffs, hence no dangling earrings.

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I bet a lot of you might like this picture 🙂 Interesting, no?!
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The hut!
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Look at the amount of people! They looked like ants when they are seen afar!
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This is when those with four eyes have to hang on to their extra eyes 😀
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… and the journey exploring Bali continues …

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