Hidden Waterfalls of Bali


Let's swim for the world is better place because of nature. On our first attempt to visit a waterfalls in Bali, Munduk is on the list. Though pretty large, it's more of the type to look at and enjoy. I want to see more, a waterfalls that can swim in after a hike. Thus, Banyumala Twin Waterfalls, not the friendliest trail, 25 minutes of steep steps down the mountain. There are more locals around.

On your left, there's a mini waterfalls from a down stream river. On the right, these two lines that seem to merge into tiny lines down from the mountain.

Refreshing dip for 20 minutes, a nice way to end the day. It's only what we need as the temperature drops, and quite frankly little worried for the sun to go down since it will be a little challenging to find out path without light. Let's keep this one with few to little pictures, discovery is wonderful thing.

I intend to keep my lifetime of memories on this open journal. Life's meant to be lived. Tons of countries to see, and experiences to be lived. Life's good if make you make it be.

Travel vlog with this lovely villa --> https://youtu.be/sVJm3fIjsqY

Sharing some tips of this lovely adventure on vlogs on youtube. Xoxo

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