Following the Monkey Forest we headed for the UNESCO Rice Terraces. This is the entrance to a Hindu Lake-side temple. This was a large recreation area around the temple, which was closed to the public and open only for religious ceremonies, weddings, etc. This type of stone-work was EVERYWHERE.
The next few photos are of the rice terraces. This is mostly red rice. Apparently more nutricious, but much harder to grow. The rice plants in paddys shown in earlier blogs is about 24 inches in height, at the most. This is much taller.
See what I mean !!!!
Hindu Shrine in a field. Not uncommon.
All of the Senior Missionary Couples and the Mission President and wife.