|Singaraja's "Lion King"|
|The winged lion atop his 5-sided column|
|The winged lion in stone and on the city's emblem|
|Some traffic lights have a miniature Balinese roof|
made of "ijuk", the black fibre from the sugar palm.
It is commonly used for sacred temple structures.
|The Buleleng Museum on the southern approach to Singaraja|
|At the end of the pier you can escape from the heat on the waterfront|
|One of the many mosques in Singaraja is visible from the sea side|
|Yudha Mandala Tama points out to sea from his elevated platform|
|Laurel decides to take it easy |
whilst I look for new attractions
|Fishing boats at Lovina|
|It's hot out there! Vivi takes shelter whilst capturing an image|
|Fishing boats ride at anchor off Lovina Beach|
|The beach shelter offers a little relief from the sun|
|Small rice terraces along the path to Gitgit Falls. The|
smoke from smouldering rubbish spoils so many views.
|Recently planted rice seedlings|
|The falls from downstream|
|Laurel and Vivi at Gitgit Falls|
|Mother and baby monkey (through rain and fog)|