INDONESIA,TRAVEL / 2 AUGUST 2016
GIT GIT WATERFALLS
On our way back to Kuta from Amed, we decided to stop over to see the beauty of the waterfalls of Git Git.I had never witnessed how powerful water can be.It was impressive to see the water falling from 30m.
** WELCOME TO GIT GIT Waterfalls **
It didn’t take us long to arrive to the waterfalls from the spot where we left the car. Once we arrived, and after admiring the beautiful scene in front us which could have been taken out from a fantasy movie, we decided to jump into the natural pool created by the water falling over hundreds of years.
Contrary to what I thought, it was difficult to get under the falling water because the current created didn’t let you swim towards the center and it was constantly pushing you outside and far from it.
The water was very cold but we didn’t care because we wanted to be part of that beautiful landscape. We took lots of pictures. We felt united with nature. There were not many people around but the people we crossed seemed as fascinated as us by that beautiful place.
After one hour bathing in the natural pool, it was time to leave and find something to eat. In our way back to the car we found a local restaurant hidden behind some huge trees. An old and very kind woman, who was the owner of the place, welcomed us and invited us to seat in the best table of the restaurant. We enjoyed the Indonesian food that she cooked for us : Mie-Goreng and Nasi-Goreng ( not too much diversity, as in a vast country). The restaurant was surrounded by beautiful and tall palm trees. It was all green! We could still hear the sound of the water falling. It was a pleasant lunch.
Git Git waterfalls were not the only ones we visited in Bali but they will be the ones that I will never forget.
Outfit details: Shoes Quechua // Dress Stradivarius