British climber falls to death in Bali ravine

A British tourist has died after he fell into a ravine while climbing a mountain on Indonesia's resort island of Bali, an official said Monday. 

The body of Daniel David was found on Gunung Abang in Kintamani district on Sunday, said Dewa Made Indra, the head of Bali's civil protection agency. 

David did not engage a guide when he embarked on the hike on Saturday, he added.  

Last update: Mon, 17/10/2016 - 11:58
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