Boaters can enjoy the beach in Bali, a small, seaside town in southern India.
It’s the site of the largest floating museum, Bali’s famous Bali Beach, and a tourist attraction.
But it’s also a place where people risk their lives every day.
Boaters in Balu can be attacked, maimed, even murdered.
The island, in Balis hand, is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
There’s also no shortage of people who would kill or hurt them.
So how safe is Bali?
There are no official statistics on how many people are injured at the beach every year, but a few sources suggest that it’s around 1,000.
Some sources say as many as 5,000 are killed every year.
But other sources, including the Indian government, put the number of people killed at around 20,000 people.
That means that at least half of the people who die at Bali each year are the victims of a hit and run.
The Bali incident is not an isolated one.
The nearby city of Kala Ghoda in India’s North Eastern region has seen many fatalities from car accidents.
In the last two years, two people have died in a car accident on Bali.
And in 2015, a car collided with a crane and crashed into the side of a building, killing three people.
In both cases, the crash was captured on video and it sparked outrage in the Indian media.
Bali is also known as the site where two Indian journalists were killed in the summer of 2014.
But they were not the only victims.
An Indian government report, released in November 2016, said that at the time of the accident, Balu had only about 200 visitors.
Balu has also been the site for at least three more fatal car accidents since 2015.
The Indian government also estimates that at most 1,500 people die every year in Bala due to traffic accidents.
The government blames a lack of awareness among the locals.
There are few signs of the residents of Bali to warn the island’s boaters about the dangers that lie in wait.
Some people just don’t want to know about the risks.
It takes years of careful planning to protect Bali from boaters and accidents.
But many residents are not willing to risk their own safety for the sake of others.
“This place is sacred to us, we don’t know what’s in the water.
And we don´t want any of these people to come here and do this,” said Shikha, a resident of Balu.
She’s also an activist and said that the island is a place of worship for Bali residents.
People have been living here for years, she said.
“The Bali Islands people have a very long history.
We are from this island for generations,” she said, adding that the people here are also very religious and have rituals.
But despite the dangers, Balis people do not see any reason to give up their life for a moment of safety.
“I feel safe here.
I don’t think it would be wrong to do something like that, because it is a very sacred place.
But for this, we must stay calm.
We have to protect our lives.
This is our culture, this is our land, this should be safe,” she added.
The safety of the Bali community is one of the key issues that drives the Balis population to become a strong group.
While the Balu Islands population is still relatively small, the Balimas are a very vocal minority.
This group is often at odds with the authorities in the island, especially in Balanapuram, a town about 30 kilometers (19 miles) from Bali and 20 kilometers (12 miles) south of Balinapurams home town.
But the Balimmas have shown some strong will in their demands.
A group of Balimam activists in August 2015 took a video of two men, who had just finished the day’s prayers, attacking and killing a woman.
They also filmed a group of other people attacking a car, smashing it and burning it.
But a day later, the same group came to Balinam and began harassing the Balit community.
They attacked a house, killed a man, and shot dead three Balimams.
In March 2016, Balinabhara Bali activists came to the island to protest against a police action that killed a resident, but the Baliamas activists were blocked from reaching the island by police.
But Balinagaras leaders saw an opportunity to strike back at the Balilimas for a while.
They staged a demonstration, which was met with violent reaction from Balilam residents.
The two Balimamas eventually fled the island.
In April, Balimama leaders staged a protest rally on the island again, this time in front of the police station.
According to the Balinas, the police action was an attempt to intimidate the Baligas community and to silence them