Tegalalang has to be seen to be believed. Tegal means garden & alang means levels (like a building has floors). This photo really doesn't do it justice as it is as though a landscape gardener had designed it.
This egg plant I spied on a wander to cafe pomegranate in Ubud. Balinese people seem to have the greatest sense of humour, a smile is never far from their faces, a cheeky joke not far from their lips. I love Bali.
Sit & enjoy listening to the students as they sing & play music. Every meal purchased buys a disabled child one class. Art & crafts made by the kids is available for purchase such as this fine painting.
bali_fixRice paddy fields, ready for planting. Love the reflection of the coconut trees in the water but it's the line of bebek (ducks) that makes this photo. We watched the ducks follow the farmer walking around the edges of the ponds single file. Charming & entertaining. . .