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Lampu Merah Kalibukbuk - North Bali at Night
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The traffic lights "Lampu Merah" at Kalibukbuk, or better "Lovina Beach" at night. Near the traffic lights is an area where you can have local food, there are some shops, and of course, as you can see in the panorama, you can buy little offers, "Bunga" to take home.

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Uploaded: 06/02/2013
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