Giovanni (Luca Argentero): "We call it "dolce far niente", the sweetness of doing nothing."
Ketut (Habi Subiyanto): "Do not look at the world through your head; look at it through your heart.
Liz: "So the holy truth of the whole adventure here in India, is in one line: "God dwells within you...as you." God's not interested in watching a performance of how a spiritual person looks and behaves. The quiet girl who glides silently through the place with a gentle, ethereal smile...who is that person? It's Ingrid Bergman in "The Bells of St. Mary's" – not me. God dwells within me...as me."
All the pics featured here were snapped by my hubs ~ Chris, using his Canon EOS 7D. Sit back and enjoy Bali through his lenses.
Terraced paddy fields
When you visit a temple in Bali, you must be dressed appropriately ~ which means you must wear a sarong, and modest clothing. Sarongs can almost always be hired at temple gates, or you may be able to use your own if you have one. My hubby had to rent a sarong and he looked rather sensational in one. Oh, and even the statues in the temples had to be dressed modestly . . . that's why the monkey statue pictured above is draped in a sarong.