Bali is the paradise for those who love the ocean and the fresh air, but for a lot of Australian women it is the epitome of a toxic beach.
The women here, many of whom have returned from the region to return home, describe the beach as a wasteland, where a constant flow of people and animals are causing them to feel ill.
“I’m not happy with the climate, the air, the water, the food, it’s just horrible,” said one of the women, who asked to remain anonymous.
A local beach guide says there are a lot more people here than what they are used to.
Another woman told the ABC she was very tired of visiting Bali and decided to take a break to take care of her health.
“[I was] very tired,” she said.
“I’ve been working here for over 30 years.
I’m used to the climate here, but the heat, the pollution, the noise, everything is just horrible.
She said she was trying to do something about it, but was unable to get any results.
More from the ABC: “My whole body just feels like I’m being poisoned.
I feel like I am being poisoned by everything that is happening in the environment.
“She is one of more than 200 Australians who have returned to Bali to help with cleanup efforts, but says she is seeing the same issues in the local community.
One of the biggest concerns is the presence of plastic in the ocean, and an increasing number of people have started washing their hands to remove the bacteria.
People have been complaining about a stench in the water from plastic.
Other locals have been finding that plastic bags are a common sight on the beaches.
When they go to the beach they have to carry them in their mouths, as they have nowhere to put them, and there is no place to put the bags in their mouth.
They’re not even sure how to wash their hands, because it’s so messy.
For now, the problem is confined to the northern tip of Bali.
But with the recent arrival of new arrivals from other countries, the locals say there are now concerns about the virus spreading further north.
In a recent survey by the Australian Government’s Bureau of Meteorology, the number of confirmed cases in Bali doubled to 6,600 from the previous year.
There are concerns about a further rise in cases, and a possible surge in infections.
According to the National Health and Medical Research Council, the world’s second largest research institute, a record number of deaths are occurring in Bambari, and the coronavirus continues to spread rapidly.
On Monday, a major outbreak of the virus was declared in the remote island of Papua New Guinea.
Health Minister Marius Jantjies said the government was working closely with international partners to manage the outbreak.
He said the country’s first response had been to stop importing and distributing imported foods and cosmetics, as well as to restrict imports of food and other products.
Bali remains in lockdown, and police are searching for those responsible for the recent outbreak of coronaviruses in Papua New Guinean and Indonesian cities.”
The number of cases and deaths has significantly increased, which is concerning,” he said.
Bali remains in lockdown, and police are searching for those responsible for the recent outbreak of coronaviruses in Papua New Guinean and Indonesian cities.