One of Bali's holiest temples, Pura Luhur Uluwatu, sits on the tip of a sheer rocky promontory jutting out over the Indian ocean. It is located at the farthest southwestern tip of Bali and dedicated to the spirits of the sea. Situated about 240 ft above sea level you can see the curve of the earth. My slight fear of heights keeps me from getting too close to the edge, but just close enough to get this view of the cliffs and the crashing surf below. It is one of those places on the island where people gather to watch the sunset, but, by then we are just up the road watching the sunset while eating fresh grilled fish on the beach at Jimbaran.