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Victoria feeds the monkeys162 views
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Young monkey153 views
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Monkey156 viewsThis monkey had a marble which he constantly rolled backwards and forwards under his paws.
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More monkeys155 views
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The marble monkey155 views
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Baby monkey171 views
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Monkeys everywhere153 views
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Monkeys154 views
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Monkeys154 views
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Monkeys disappear in a cloud of exhaust fumes154 viewsA car makes its way past on the mountain road.
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Pura Ulun Danu, the lakeside temple at Lake Bratan156 viewsBuilt on the shores of the lake at Candikuning, it has eleven tiers of thatched-roof meru and an adjoining Buddhist stupa.
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People worshipping at Pura Ulun Danu155 views
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People worshipping at Pura Ulun Danu155 views
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Pura Ulun Danu at Lake Bratan160 views
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Pura Ulun Danu at Lake Bratan155 views
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Pura Ulun Danu at Lake Bratan150 views
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Pura Ulun Danu at Lake Bratan150 views
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Pura Ulun Danu at Lake Bratan149 views
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Pura Ulun Danu at Lake Bratan150 views
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Gardens at Pura Ulun Danu by Lake Bratan158 views
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Victoria at Pura Ulun Danu by Lake Bratan158 views
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Gardens at Pura Ulun Danu, near Bedugul167 views
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View from restaurant155 viewsWe had lunch at a hillside restaurant. The food wasn't up to much but the view made up for that.
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View from restaurant159 views
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View from restaurant150 views
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View from restaurant150 views
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Royal Family temple at Mengwi156 viewsThe split gate is common to most temples (and many homes) in Bali. It symbolises the dual nature of life(light/dark, day/night, male/female etc)
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Stone carving at Mengwi155 views
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Stone carving over the moat at Mengwi155 viewsThe whole temple complex at Mengwi is surrounded by a moat
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The Royal Temple, Mengwi155 viewsThe actual ancient Royal Temple only makes up a small part of the temple complex. This picture shows the entrance to the temple actually used by the Royal family.
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Stone carving at temple, Mengwi.160 views
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Entrance to the non-Royal Temple157 viewsThe largest temple within the complex is open to normal worshippers.
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Temple at Mengwi156 viewsThe inner temple is also surrounded by a moat.
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More of the temple at Mengwi156 views
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More of the temple at Mengwi158 views
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Carvings at the temple at Mengwi159 views
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Carvings at the temple at Mengwi162 views
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Temple ground at Mengwi177 views
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Jungut Batu on Nusa Lembongan342 viewsOn Wednesday 22nd October, we made our way to Sanur, where we stayed at Agung and Sue's Watering Hole, a low-price backpacker-style hotel with an excellent budget restaurant. From there we caught the early morning (8am) boat to Jungut Batu on the island of Nusa Lembongan.
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Jungut Batu on Nusa Lembongan189 viewsJungut Batu on Nusa Lembongan is home to lots of budget accomodation. The clear water and sandy beaches make this an ideal alternative to the relative hussle and bussle of Bali. Seaweed farming is one of the primary industries (it's exported for use as a food gelling agent and in cosmetics). The squares of seaweed can clearly be seen under the water.
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