The hoomans jetted off for a holiday recently to the island of Bali and left me at home all alone, can you believe that!... I starved for days without water and food and the house was filled with excrement. Okay, maybe not, the hoomans arranged to have someone over to take care of me but that's not the point here. They said that I don't have this thingy called a passport... well, whose fault is that? Life is so unfair when the hoomans get to enjoy a faraway noseventure and here I am, being sedentary gathering cobwebs. Sigh!
Here are some pics of the hoomans noseventure in Bali... as you know, it won't be that pretty since I'm not in it. I told them my furiends come here to see me, not their noseventures... but since I don't have much noseventures nowadays, I guess they can share some of theirs... but this is still my blog.
A temple atop the cliff in Uluwatu...
... which is regarded as one of the most important temples in Bali.
An ancient pavilion in one of the temple courtyards.
This is the statue of a Garuda at the Cultural Park, a large mythical bird that appears in both Hindu and Buddhist mythology.
A statue guarding the entrance to the Royal Temple of Mengwi...
... which was built in the year 1634 by the Mengwi empire.
Whilst the temple ruins tell a story of grandeur and opulence, it also shows evidence of neglect and vandalism.
Another historic temple called Ulun Danu Temple located 1400 meters above sea level in the highland of Bedugul.
The temple is built on the bank of Beratan Lake in the highland that was created from a super volcano eruption many centuries ago.
Hooman puppies having a good time in a puddle of sea water...
... whilst the sun was setting in Tanah Lot.
A romantic dinner for the hoomans at Jimbaran beach during sunset.
Shopping in Ubud and the little pink scooter for the hoomans to do zoomies.
The hoomans donated green papers to this place... hoping to make a difference to the furry friends in the island.
A dead fish washed ashore on Kuta beach.
No surfing as the tide was low in the morning.
Fizzy drinks on a hot afternoon...
... and a cool ride by the beach.
Getting the surf boards ready for the incoming tides and waves.
Traditional Balinese fishing boats by the beach.
Beach soccer, anyone?
Sandy beach, blue ocean, clear sky, sun deck chairs... wish I was there.