Bali – Indonesia (Part 1)

This was a trip to Bali. I went together with my colleagues. We stayed at Artisan, a villa near Kuta Beach. I love the blue color of sky. It was when I purchased 35mm Nikon lense. Photos looked pretty good with new lense.

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Amazing view from Strawberry Farm. We just stopped by and have a tea session. On the way, I met a local guys with python.

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We visited Tanal Lot Temple, a temple on a small island. Impressive with architecture, suddenly it rained at the end of the day.

We stop by a school named Green School, which actually featured in Ted Talk 2010.

Green school, his off-the-grid school in Bali that teaches kids how to build, garden, create (and get into college). The centerpiece of campus is the spiraling Heart of School, perhaps the world’s largest freestanding bamboo building.

A lot of Caucasian kids can be seen here. Students study, cultivate and live harmonize with nature. The tuition fee is expensive, even though there is scholarship for local Balinese people.

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A school tour guide, he was passionately about teaching. Each day he conducts the free tour, to bring tourists around the school, visit the bamboo village.

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A marble stone bring from US to pray for the prosperity of Green school.  DSC_0565