When columnist Susie O'Brien wrote in May about her family's beachside holiday, I had no idea she was about to ignite widespread outrage.
Susie was in Bali, and unhappy about the plane loads of Aussie "bogans" she accused of damaging the Island of the Gods. Hundreds of readers reacted, in opposition and support.
Clearly, a lot of South Australians have strong and conflicting views about this beautiful, cheap Indonesian holiday spot.
There's no debate though that Bali is under immense pressure.
Today we look at how the island is coping, and ask: whether it's bogans, brides or board riders, are we just loving it to death?