Here is Esther and Anne standing on the beach
Here we are trying the world's most Expensive Coffee (Luwak Coffee made from the poop of a Luwak. No Joke.)
Ok, so now let’s talk about the tour we took. Gutti was our tour guide and he met us at the hotel then took us around the island to places that he thought we would like (places he got compensation from if we bought things) such as a place where we watched people make silver jewelry, a wood shop, a weaving shop, a traditional Indonesian dance, a water temple and a place where they make the world’s most expensive coffee (Luwak Coffee). We also saw the layered rice paddy and an active volcano!Me at the rice paddy
Me at the Volcano
The water temple, there are more offerings on each spout
The tiger in the play
On this trip we spent most of the time wandering the streets around our hostel and the beach. The beach was either clean and full of people pushing things on you or filthy and fully of locals playing soccer. Can you tell which beach is in front of the Hard Rock Café?
The shops had a lot of cool things and a lot of weird things. Here are some wire chicken egg holders. (Host fam needed it.) There were lots of shirts that had the beer label for Bintang on it. Bintang was pretty good, a lot better than Tiger which was what they served in Malaysia. Other things that were sold were wood products, paintings and jewelry. Below is Esther walking along the road of shops and the chickens