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    Monday, March 30, 2009

    Bali trip - Day 2 (Plantations)

    After Volcano, we went to see the plantations.
    Coco, coffee beans, buah salak, rambutan trees and so on...
    It was located at mountainside, so the place is quite cooling...
    Drinking hot drinks in this type of weather, nice...

    All of us


    Antique kettle... My mom is still using this at home, but of course a cleaner one...


    How their 'roast' the coffee bean


    Again, I suspected this is another staff who was hired for the tourists to take photo...


    Me 'grinding' the coffee beans... (Sorry for the blur photo, the tour guide took it, I did not want to 'hurt' him by asking him to take one more)


    Coffee tasting session...
    All these drinks are free, they hope you will buy from them if u find them good... (And we were those "water fishes", cos we bought some)
    From top to bottom, Balinese coffee, coco drink, Ginseng coffee (chee sin, RP300,000.00 per packet of 30 sachet!!! Means RM100 per packet, Siow!), Lemon Grass drink, and Ginger tea.
    We bought some coffee powder, and order 2 extra cup of Bali special coffee (RM10 per cup)

    20 comments:

    Jen ® said...

    ehh, ngi thung ngia dear jok ching lui chong ar? ai jak kettle hao cute..lai wooi yew tet mai??

    Josephine said...

    jen: heh wor. ching lui chong wor. hehehhe
    ai jak kettle han yew dek mai geh. dan heh leh, supermarket jew mao mai li. hih geh dit mai boh, mai work geh tif fong jew yew geh...
    Ngah mak ai jak, gih sip nyian hoi.

    Doreen said...

    RM100 per packet? Wah, really a rip-off lah. Which one you like the most?

    Josephine said...

    Doreen: I like the ginger tea

    Shinky said...

    I thought they said go Bali is cheap?! Why are you getting those in hundreds? >.<"...

    RM100 for a 30 saches? Are they serving StarBucks Coffee? =.="

    Borneo Falcon said...

    Did not realise Bali is famous for its coffee.

    Was this at Ubud?

    cc of Quaint Melody said...

    Everyone I know have been to Bali except me. I am so going there the next time I go back home.

    Cherish Tulips said...

    so expensive!bet you can get it cheaper elsewhere..

    Agnes said...

    wow..RM100. that really expensive!

    chrisau said...

    woah...so many types of coffee...*envy look*

    Calvin Soo KJ said...

    i most seriously think that both our bali tours are the same...lol.

    anw4ever99 said...

    wow...it really expensive!!

    Superman said...

    Wah, I wanted to go Bali also. But still in planning stage. After reading your post, it make me want to book the ticket now...hehe.

    jezalmy said...

    War so expensive....I think Malaysia here not that expensive la.

    Lisalicious said...

    commercialized sites are always charging like mad...

    crazy charges!!

    cleffairy said...

    Ish! Siao ah, rm100 per packet?If I'm in your shoes, I surely will walk away from the coffee packet d, Jo! I'm better off digging in at pizza hut or sth! growl.... I can even go to Starbucks countless times with Rm100 for coffee!

    Jen ® said...

    heh lor supermarket or pak for gung suh jinheh mao korn gor ai jak kettle. btw..ai jak group pic ngi geh tew fat hao chiong torn tew fatt..and ngia geh tew fatt heh gu ai jak length hao liang *thumbs*

    WanWan said...

    RM10.00 per cup?? expensive wor..

    vialentino said...

    i miss bali coffee...something different taste from our local coffee here....

    u making me missing my bali holiday ler...

    Pete said...

    Would love to try the coffee there. The Ginseng one real expensive, like drinking gold, ha ha!