I was distracted by looking out for a taxi and talking to my friend when I was startled by a glowing light out the corner of my eye. I was about to bump into a man who was carrying a cigarette, and the cigarette was heading toward my face. I immediately panicked and pulled my hands away from my bag to block the cigarette. Before I realised what was really going on, I was swarmed by two other men.
Perched upon coastal cliffs, nestled away in villages and atop offshore rocky outcrops, there’s an estimated 10, 000 temples or religious compounds that exist on the island of Bali. Because Balinese culture is highly spiritual and influenced by religion, these temples are something every visitor to Bali should take the opportunity to learn and appreciate the local customs.
Perched on a cliff’s edge, El Kabron offers panoramic views over the Indian Ocean and serves up some tasty Spanish cuisine. Located in Uluwatu, away from the buzzing Kuta streets, this restaurant and beach club is an oasis for seclusion and indulgence. El Kabron is most definitely one of Bali’s hidden gems.