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Recently I had a chance to go to Bali for a friend’s birthday with the rest of the family. I was a bit apprehensive for some reason, probably because of some of the stories I have heard about things that could happen. Of course when we went we had a lovely time and no issues. But apprehension doesn’t need any logic.
We spent one night in Sanur north-east of the airport which was great. It had a tourist area and beach, but also lots of locals lived there. The rest of the stay was near Nusa Dua on the southern tip of Bali. There were few foreign tourists even at the beach. The villa itself was wonderful and even inspired me to practice some of the tips that Keith McInnes taught me about architecture photography.
Another friend of mine, Rodney Campbell told me about Uluwatu Temple which was well worth the visit. Although, beware the monkeys, they can be very aggressive as a lot of tourists feed them. Uluwatu Temple has quite a few things going for it including a great place to watch a sunset or watch some of the local dancing.
Since coming back to Sydney, it has been a mad rush of various projects, so I must apologise for the lack of new content recently.