Waai sacreed eel

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Waai sacreed eel - Peaceful, no sign of eels
Waai sacreed eel - Used by locals for bathing and washing clothes
Waai sacreed eel - The man called the eels
Waai sacreed eel - The man called the eels

Waai sacreed eel Ambon Reviews

savitri savitri
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Look for the curriosity Jul 24, 2010
If you made your way to Liang beach, stopped by at Waai village where the sacred eel stayed. It was actually a river where the villagers were washing their clothes and taking batch, and the sacred eels were hiding behind the side wall of the river.

There was an old man who sits and waiting for tourist call, for him to call the eels out from their cave. He used the rotten fish and eggs and snapped his fingers at the water to fish the eels out. The eels are Huge! bigger than your arm..

He asked for tip to replace the money for the eggs ( Rp 20000 ).
Peaceful, no sign of eels
Used by locals for bathing and was…
The man called the eels
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