This stone paved road marks upcoming development. Today we see many roads such as this, paved with white limestone. But soon it will be replaced by asphalt, then the trees cut down, replaced by electrical poles. Such is life in Bali today. Fleeting.
While men such as myself despise malls, there’s a new mall in Kuta, Bali that I find tolerable. It’s form, openness, and proximity to the beach are reasons why. Not to mention they have a spankin new movie theater too.
Otis was a simple bottom feeder but we loved him nonetheless. Today we had to say good-bye.
This is a deviation from babi guling but it’s fucking goooood!
No, not the Persian king, just our adorable little pup.
What’s left of my neighborhood’s backyard, soon to erect concrete edifices.
A blaring red trash bin finds its place in front of a holy Balinese temple.