Bali, Indonesia

GREEN BOWL BALI BEACH

The challenging terrain makes beach lovers avoid this beautiful beach.

I have only visited the beach four times since I lived in Ungasan Village ten years ago. To get this beach from my house was easy. From the top of the hill the water is clear and green. But before getting to the beach I had to go down 300 steps. I think twice because when I go back up the hill I have to climb the same stairs. Plus after walking back and forth along the beach, swimming or photographing. I’m tired just thinking about it!

This beach itself is decorated with rocks, caves and white sand. When the water recedes, coral reefs appear on the beach surface. Beautiful. Anglers like black spots scattered in the distance. Because the beach is rarely visited, many foreign tourists are free to sunbathe after a day of surfing.

 

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Low tide.

 

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Cave.

 

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Rock formations are everywhere.

 

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The anglers like small black dotes.

 

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One, two, three,… and ten. Stop. Breath in…breath out. Repeat.

 

 

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