MARKETS AND A SAD FAREWELL
Boy, were we ever glad to see Johnny again this morning! He took us to several different markets, one of which was a pet market. It had mostly birds, but there were bats, guinea pigs, cats, and dogs.
We had a pork lunch at a local restaurant. Across the street was the studio of a wood carver who used large tree roots. Linda would have liked to bring this sun home. It was about 7 feet in diameter.
Sadly, after lunch we had to drive Linda and Hank to the airport and say good-bye. I only cried a little bit. :-(
Johnny drove us to the east coast to a fish market.
|There is a lot of manual labor going on.|
|Transporting ice to a boat|
|Taking a break, playing cards|
On the way back to the hotel we stopped at a new cultural park the government of Bali has built to attract tourists. One of the goals is to build a massive statue with Garuda. So far they have two heads of it constructed.
|Dancers hanging out on the stage for photo ops|
|Bust of the rider|
|Group of students who were enamored with the Americans|
|Head of the Garuda|