Yesterday Ibu Lily of the Rotary Club Bali Taman entertained us in high style. It was the one vacation day of our 22-day Peace Tour, and Bali was not a bad place to spend it! After a lazy morning we headed to Ubud where we had a leisurely and delicious lunch at a resort owned by another Rotarian. Then we saw the town and palace (what a beautiful place Ubud is with hills, rice paddies, and shrines everywhere) before heading to the beach for an incredible grilled seafood farewell dinner with a bunch of the Rotarians.
We were sad to leave Bali, but now that we're settled into our hotel in Surabaya we finally have time to catch up on the blog and post some photos from our time in Bali. But first, some sleep!
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The Swara Sonora Trio, based in Tucson, Arizona presents unusual concert programs which combine newly commissioned works and a variety of known treasures of the repertoire. The trio engages audiences by uniting different artistic disciplines and exploring multi-cultural themes. The Swara Sonora Trio's international perspective was inspired by the commission of a new work, "Love & Variations" by prominent Indonesian composer Ananda Sukarlan. Aryo Wicaksono, piano, Kathryn Mueller, soprano, and Nathan Krueger, baritone have been teaching and performing together for four years.