If all else fails, I could always roast coffee at a tourist trap in Bali

One of the places we visited in Bali was a coffee farm on the way to a volcano.

A little 16-year-old girl took us on the tour where were able to see lots of different plants growing, like clove, vanilla, cocoa, etc.

While on the tour, we were able have our photo taken while stirring up some beans.

We also tried Luwak coffee, which is made from feeding a cat-like animal coffee beans. The workers collect the shit from said animal, and roast the shat beans and sell for about a zillion dollars a pound.

Okay, maybe it was $50 or more a pound. I’m not sure it was that good.

Here are a couple other shots we’re editing this afternoon:

 

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