Bali is the Shangri-La of Indonesia. Exotic dancing and art, gamelan music,
hand woven ikat cloth, colorful festivals, and strange rituals are commonplace.
Bright green multi-colored rice terraces date back to the 11th century.
When the ruling Majapehits fled the Moslem invasion of Java, they brought
with them dancers, scholars, and musicians that transformed rural Bali
into an "artist" colony. Jewelry, paintings, woodcarvings, masks, and clothing
are sold at bargain prices. See this magical island before it gets too
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