Finally arrived in Nusa Lembongan! Enjoying the amazing view of the sunset on the beach

Finally arrived in Nusa Lembongan! Enjoying the amazing view of the sunset on the beach

Nusa Lembongan Family. Such a beautiful and respectful culture within the Balinese people.

Nusa Lembongan Family. Such a beautiful and respectful culture within the Balinese people.

So insane how the locals drive around here! I'm not too confident on jumping onto a motor bike any time soon

So insane how the locals drive around here! I'm not too confident on jumping onto a motor bike any time soon


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Nusa lembongan seaweed farming. Its a real shock to see how indonesian people in this area live and their way of life. Such a different culture and definitely not what I'm used to. However I still enjoy every minute of it!

Nusa lembongan seaweed farming. Its a real shock to see how indonesian people in this area live and their way of life. Such a different culture and definitely not what I'm used to. However I still enjoy every minute of it!

Most villages have at least three main temples: one of which is the Pura Puseh or ‘temple of origin’, is dedicated to the village founders and which faces to Mt Agung - home to Pura Besakih the mother temple on Bal.

Most villages have at least three main temples: one of which is the Pura Puseh or ‘temple of origin’, is dedicated to the village founders and which faces to Mt Agung - home to Pura Besakih the mother temple on Bal.

Woke up this morning, stepped out of bed and onto the beach! Absolutely loving the weather here

Woke up this morning, stepped out of bed and onto the beach! Absolutely loving the weather here

The Balinese are extremely spiritual. In  Bali there are over 10,000 temples. The Balinese believe that good spirits live in the mountains and that the seas are home to demons. Also, each home, rice field or market can have several temples and as well as rice fields. Daily offerings are made at these temples in he form of food, cigarettes, sweets and sometimes even money in order to honor the good spirits and satiate the evil spirits.

The Balinese are extremely spiritual. In Bali there are over 10,000 temples. The Balinese believe that good spirits live in the mountains and that the seas are home to demons. Also, each home, rice field or market can have several temples and as well as rice fields. Daily offerings are made at these temples in he form of food, cigarettes, sweets and sometimes even money in order to honor the good spirits and satiate the evil spirits.

Melbourne, Victoria Markets...

Melbourne, Victoria Markets...

Peruvian women buying bread for lunch...

Peruvian women buying bread for lunch...

Fish drying along the Mekong River...

Fish drying along the Mekong River...

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