you know what Bali is famous for? The coffee! So I did a trip to a plantation near my home. The area is called Tabanan and round about half an hour away from me. So when we got there, we already saw big trees and green plants everywhere. We entered and a guide told us thing about different plants, how they handle them and what they produce. The Banana trees where very interesting. Especially some which had beautiful flowers. You should definately try a fruit called „Jackfruit“! It’s so tasty. I wish they’d had it back in Germany 😀 Also Cocoa trees grew there. They bring yellow or red fruit which are filled with little cores. We arrived at stand, that offered tree crusts, roots and grasses. After we rubbed them at a stone we smelled something familiar. Cinnamon, Ginger and Lemongrass. It smelled so fresh and good! Last but not least we tried the coffee aswell as different tea flavours. The best thing about it was the fact, that no artificial flavours were added. We bagan with tea. My favourites were Mangosteen and Lemongrass. The guide told us about the hidden healing powers the tea spends. For example the Mangosteen prevents from cancer, heart diseases and diabetes. Then we approached to the coffee. Well some of them were really bitter. But some of them were fantastic ( cocos coffee!). They remind me of mocca coffee, but still it has it’s on taste. Acutally the most expensive coffee in the world is produced here on Bali. It is made by Animals called Luwaks who eat the beans and…well poop them out ( but they clean them afterwards :D) It tastes actually okay. So I can say I tasted the Luwak coffee when I’m back home. Everyone! If you ever go to Bali: go to a plantation!Totally worth!