Experience the 'real' Bali
Labuan Amuk, Bali.
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Just behind the beach you will see how people farm the land.
Iluh and Kardek are experts at making all the offerings for ceremonies and will demonstrate how they do it. They will also explain the ceremonies you see every day throughout Bali.
Relax with cool ocean breezes right on the beach.
Iluh, eldest daughter.
Pigs are important for cermonies and an important source of extra income.
Jukings in the bay.
Some of the gardens at Ketut’s Hideaway.
Hand wash area for guests.
The pavilion area at Ketut’s Hideaway.
Ketut’s jukungs have solid outriggers that are perfect for feeding fish and rating while looking at coral.
Stir fried local vegetables.
Preparing a lunch at Ketut’s Hideaway.
The coral reef is only a short distance off shore.
Ketuts Hideaway – the guest showers have fantastic views!
Gado gado – vegetables and peanut sauce.
Babi ketchup – a favourite local dish made from pork and spices.
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