The Balinese leave their prayer offerings in some weird places sometimes! At least here I can't accidentally stand on it.
While Bali has Christianity, Islam and Buddhism as minority religions, all those little baskets of goodies laid out on the footpath first thing in the morning is based on a Hindu blend of Shivaism and Buddhism called Balinese Hinduism.
Even if you're in busy touristy parts of Bali their religious activities are present everywhere, from the taxi driver with dots of rice on his forehead to the offerings on the motorbikes!
Let the prayer flags guide you through the trail to the monastery. As the wind makes the flags flap against each other, you can really feel the serenity, peace and blessings engulfing you. Positivity takes over. You can literally feel a very strong force come into play, and when you take just a step further. There it is. !
The first glimpse of the magnificent Tiger’s Nest Monastery . You take a deep breath in, totally awestruck by the view . Absorb the feeling and just continue to approach it like some hypnotic being.
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First day of spring and last post from Muralla Roja (for now)...FYI we did a lot of research before deciding to stay here because it is private property and the only way you’re allowed inside is by renting an apartment. Although we were guests, the residents do not condone “professional photography” so we ditched the camera and used an iPhone to capture some memories 💕