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Saturday, 1 November 2008

Treasure Hunt With Village Party and Typical Lunch

Starting in the village of Wangsian. Upon arrival at the start point participants will be provide a coconut leaf hat and one bottle mineral water to each participants. A safety briefing will also be held at this point. In the village participants will observe traditional (endek) cloth making, traditional kitchen, a secondary school and a plantation of coffee, cloves, papaya, bananas, etc. From the village participants will descend to the Unda River where farmers will be observed working, tending to their rice and vegetable (including chili, onion and peanuts) harvest.
Participants then proceed to the Masin River where there is a spring and fountain for bathing. Here the participants will be divided in to groups and the leader will be appointed to be a lead the team on a treasure hunt for box containing souvenirs. After the treasure hunt the trek continuing to a third river where the participants can clean up before entering the Plantation.

On their arrival the participants will be welcomed by a traditional tektekan or Bleganjur Local villagers accompany the participants under Balinese umbrella walking through the tropical fruit plantation. After the walk a welcome cocktail will be served at Sukun Garden, and then participants will watch local people demonstrate a range of daily Balinese activities such as rice processing in the traditional manner, making offerings and preparing Balinese food and cakes, rindik players, activities at traditional kitchen, Arak Processing, and Ironsmith Activities. Participants may join in the activities, or simply sample the fare while chatting to the local people. Panyembrama dance will welcomed the Guests before serving lunch. Procession of food with 'dulang' accompanied with Bleganjur or tektekan. After lunch participants will be attract with the performance of a "Wayang" Puppet Show. The final component of the program is games and gambling such as Tajog, Metembing, trui, Bola adil, Cock fighting, etc. Whilst departing the plantation the guests will be given a standing farewell by the villagers consists one bottle Arak for each couples.