Bali's breathtaking beauty: Tegalalang rice fields

Sitting on the edge and looking down, you want to dive forward and stay in this green infinity and never leave...



November, often means dark and rainy weather ... And for us it means fighting with our two-month-old puppy: every morning she wakes us up with biting and barking hahah And because we are not planning a big trip this month, we decided to share unseen footage from our last trip to Indo.

Now, imagine that you are not standing firmly on the ground, on the way to work or school, imagine that you are actually on a motorbike on a narrow mountain road surrounded by dense green tropical forest ... First you limb up smoothly, then you get into dangerous turns going down, and behind you remains everything familiar. Because in a moment you will encounter


a unique reality in which gravity is different, water and earth flow into each other and ... it genuinely feels as if you are on the movie set of some fantastic history.

The truth is that rice terraces are not just on Bali, or just in Indonesia, they look that way for practical reasons - it is the most suitable relief for rice growing. Still, when you're there the sensation is terribly strange ... Sitting on the edge and looking down, you want to dive forward and stay in this green infinity and never leave...








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