The journey continues…❤
After Pandawa Beach, we went to Padang-Padang beach in Uluwatu. To unveil this beauty, we will need to pass through a narrow path between 2 giant rocks that connects the beach & main road.
The ocean view is surely spectacular. It was crowded with (mostly)foreigners laying on the sand enjoying the sun and surf. The whole area is enclosed with cliffs, and it looks like a wave pool. Komang told us this is a surf beach, it is popular among those honing their surfing skills.
There’s warungs at the side selling Indonesian street food and drinks.
Next up, we went to Uluwatu Temple. Pura Luhur Uluwatu is one of Bali’s 9 main temples, and is one of the places to watch the Kecak Dance.
We need to wear a sarong before entering the temple premises. (oh, I got my yellow dress from one the local stall in Padang-padang beach for about IDR45K)
We were climbing a lot of stairs, but it’s all worth it, when we saw the amazing view. The sun, & sea. Truly breathtaking. The temple is located at the edge of a steep cliff, overlooking the crashing waves 70 meters below.
Show about to start.
Komang told us it’s the Bali style of Romeo & Juliet. The shows is about the story of Prince Rama and his rescue of Princess Sita, who has been kidnapped by the evil King of Lanka.
Thank you, love, for the whole Bali trip. I know I have always been emotional and stubborn, thank you for sucking up to all my nonsense and still loving me as much. I am blessed, to have you. (just lessen your ego, it will be perfect, hehe…) ヽ(愛´∀｀愛)ノ
That’s all for day 2. Explored 5 different locations in a day, we were all exhausted at the end of the day. Went for a quick Balinese massage nearby before we head back to the hotel. (∪｡∪)｡｡｡zzz
Stay tune for day 3. xoxo.♥