Bali is a small island, round-trips possible to the farthest points in a day. On the way to Ubud we visited one of the lakes in the volcano cluster of Mt. Bratan at the center of the island, the site of the most photographed of Bali's many thousand temples, Pura Ulan Danh Bratan. The entire island is covered in rice fields but some of the more picturesque are on the south-east slopes at Jatiluwih. On our way from Ubud to view the well defined caldera of the Batur volcano we visited the Pura Tirta Empul water temple, part of the Subak water management and distribution system that has irrigated Bali's rice fields for hundreds of years and stopping for some Balinese dance and Lewak coffee on the return. From Jimbaran we went northwest along the coast to the second most photographed temple, Tanah Lot, passing on the way the bamboo factory started by an american entrepreneur and visited the Green Village development of bamboo houses designed by his daughter. From Jimbaran we we went along the coast to the northeast to the preserved rural mountain village of Tenganan, adjacent to the resort town of Candidasa.