Apparently the Bali Asli is only open from dinner once a month so we were incredible lucky. We hiked down through the rice terraces for a couple of hours and worked up an appetite for dinner. We sat sipping cocktails (which were expensive- but the views and location were unique)watching the sunset behind Gunung Agung, thinking how the villagers below the volcano lived, with the constant towering threat every day. Dinner was a buffet with an enormous range of dishes - freshly cooked in front of us and cooked perfectly. It was a perfect end to a great stay in Bali.
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