At 6 am the show is amazing. The worst thing is that you are not alone, there are dozens of people and the site is not very comfortable if you enjoy the sights get there early and arrive at least an hour before. Furthermore, wear a coat as it is long and very cold there.
The perfect union between the creative hand of Nature and respectful faith Balinese village. A magical setting of the island which is unfortunately doomed to disappear by the force of the winds and waves, like Tanah Lot and several others that are scattered on the coast. To think that it could disappear, even in centuries, makes me very sad, as well as the degradation it suffers by the tourists who come here, as the majority limit their visit to the Tanah Lot temple and continue. They are unaware that behind the hill is a lookout that rivals the beauty of the temple of the earth and sea. Anyway, as I say, these circumstances tend to favor those who ventured a little beyond covering our eyes. The view from any place is unforgettable, you can enjoy it much more if you are alone or in the presence of the occasional surfer. The bridge connecting the temple with the mainland seems to fall with just a look,the caress of a wave or the wind. A prayer for the strength of the sandstone poor can maintain the beauty and magic of the place.
The early start was awful, I think it would have been better to stay up and have no sleep, but we were told that the views of the volcano were better in the morning. It is an interesting place though it is hard work to climb, with endless hills but when you get to the top it takes away all the pain because it is beautiful, I was speechless.
Many of Fame wine Denpasar "Puputan" struggled to the death against the Dutch in 1906, when thousands of Balinese warriors, dressed in their best clothes and armed only with traditional weapons, the kris (short dagger) and spears were launched against Dutch carbines lines. The wounded were finished off and the frantic women also sought death. Much of the nobility was annihilated. The incident is now remembered for the Puputan in the Plaza of the ancient Kingdom of Badung, where the killing occurred. The monument shows a father and two children with kris and spears of bamboo ready to fight, in the hope that the blood and honor them for eternity. Within the square is Jagatnatha Pura Temple. This temple features a golden statue of the Supreme God, supposed to be the God of the World, Sanghyang Widhi Wasa. The Bali museum which was founded in 1932 is nearby. It has a great collection of Balinese archaeological items.