We rented bicycles and rode down the Nusa Dua beach. Past the souvenir sellers on the beach, past the tourists having massages in the luxury gazebos, past the locals enjoying the day with their kids. We drove down to the Nusa Dua peninsula, intrigued by a large park with a perfect biking or jogging path, and we landed on a natural surprise we were not expecting: a water blow in between the rock walls. When the waves of the Indian Ocean hit the gap in the rock wall, the water gushes up and creates this large foamy water mass. It looks like water is dancing on the top of the rocks and then disappears as fast as it came up. It took me several tries to try to snap a photo of the Water Blow, that's how fast the water blew up - and went down with the wave again.