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The origin of the custom of open-air burials is subject to debate. One legend has it that the area’s early inhabitants fought over the prized Banyan tree, so to keep the peace, leaders decided to place the dead there, believing the smell from the corpses would make the spot less attractive.
Jacob Roberts, 29, a British, broke his leg after falling into the 4m-deep well in Pecatu village was discovered and rescued after six days
They had driven a van halfway across the world, from Spain to Indonesia.
Indonesia’s most popular tourist destination, Bali, has its local customs to thank for what officials tout as success in containing the COVID-19 outbreak, as the central government mulls reopening the resort island.
The influential village committees and Hindu beliefs to ensure residents stayed at home and no outside visitors were permitted to avoid wider infections after a British tourist with Covid-19 was the first in Bali to succumb to the virus in early March.