We're glad the trip design lands in Bali last. There are places with better food, stranger animals, older ruins, bigger jungles, and more challenging politics. But few places have a more humane intersection of social, religious, cultural, artistic, and sensual experience.
Tenganan is a four-walled Bali Aga village of original, pre-Hindu inhabitants who we were privileged to visit.
We ate lunch looking across rice fields to Mt. Agung, the most active volcano on Bali. Fortunately, it was quiet today.
To see all of the photos taken today, click on Monday, Mar 19th, Candidasa, Bali, Indonesia.