Once again, there were monkeys everywhere. Everywhere! And they were completely out of control!
I definitely witnessed one steal a water bottle from someone, much to their chagrin, then give his/her baby monkey the water.
Towards the end of our time there, I witnessed 2 separate monkeys steal 2 separate people's flip flops.
Off of their feet. While they were walking. Just ripped them right off of their feet! It was alarming, especially since I was wearing sandals. There was much clenching of the toes.
Supposedly, Uluwatu means "the temple built on coral reef" but I am not sure if that is a correct translation, since the root words also mean "head" and "stone."
The pathway along the cliffs.
Pausing from his exercise.
And that was Uluwatu temple. Unfortunately my next blog post probably won't be written until after Christmas, due to the fact that I am currently in Malaysia then heading on to other adventures in Cambodia, Thailand and Nepal before heading home for the last time. I will update this with travel news and my feelings about leaving Korea approximately a month from now.