Time here passes without the hands of a watch, but with the rise and fall of the sun. Daily life here is simple yet repetitive. Space is everywhere, buildings are not. Expect a down to earth living of life, nothing false. Fresh waters, warm people and dancing wildlife.
Destination: Uluwatu, Bali.
Travel Time: 40 minutes south ofKuta
What to do: Uluwatu has some of the best surf breaks in the world, it is the surfers that made Uluwatu known to the world. The Uluwatu Temple is one of Bali's nine directional temples and stands 70 metres above the Indian Ocean. It is known for cheeky monkeys that snatch tourists belongings and will only give back in exchange for fruit.Single Finis a cafe and bar enjoyed by surfers and tourists. Uluwatu is a lot less populated with tourists then Kuta and Seminyak.
Life in Uluwatu is relaxed and enjoyed by all. Mainly populated with locals that earn their living through making crafts and local food to sell to the tourists and surfers that visit form Australia and the rest of the world. You learn the traditional Bali ways of living and to respect the land and its people. Most of all you learn how to relack! Here are some of my photos shot in 35mm film on aNikon F-301.