strenuous walk inland
along borders of rice fields leads to the unfrequented ruins of Yeh
Pulu. It's best to take a guide there, though you will always be
accompanied by dozens of curious children who scamper along with you.
Yeh Pulu is a small temple walled by a carved cliff face-an enigmatic
frieze 2 meters high and 25 meters long. Of the figures carved in high
relief, none appear to be deities except the seated Ganesa, the
elephant-headed son of Siwa.