We did the morning class so that we could experience the local markets first. This was well worthwhile and very interesting - I highly recommend this. Then we headed to the Anika compund for the cooking. Firstly, the setting is lovely, Balinese style with lots of wood and luch greenery and very open, airy and clean. The toilets are also lovely and clean (important info!). We were served a light and lovely breakfast (quite different to anything I had tried before) and then started the class. We were a large group but all had a chance to play a role chopping, grinding and cooking. The hosts made sure to involve everyone and it was a very enjoyable couple of hours. We then feasted on all the food we had made (and there was a lot!). We were then presented a certificate and cookbook to take away with us. The only improvement I think they could make is to allow pre-payment on the internet as there was a bit of a trek from the cooking school to the 'office' and then a bit of a lengthy process to pay. Other than that, I highly recommend this experience!
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