The rice [padi] terraces is another must see tourist place in Ubud. This photo right here may have been taken by thousands of people all over the world, but maybe thats what makes it special - me, being part of something bigger out there. United with strangers for this one moment in time. Gosh! I sound dramatic! *snickers*
We didn't stay long at the rice terraces since there really was nothing much to do. Plus we had quite a long day ahead of us, thanks to me cramming in as much as we could do in a day... huhuhu. The sun was shinning too brightly so I didn't get very many good shots at all which is a pity. Nevertheless, it is a good place to visit, to see the different ways of planting rice. Plus, its such a pretty place, no? Btw, the rice terraces are really close to Villa Sarna where I stayed
There will be heaps of peddlars selling you their wares, but if you are not interested in their goods, just say 'no thanks' or 'tak mahu' politely. Don't ignore them and pretend you don't hear them. They are just trying to make a living just like all of us. Anyways, here's to a good harvest for the Balinese people.