National Geographic : 1939 Mar
Photograph byMaynard Owen Williams NO HANDBAGS HAMPER BALINESE SHOPPERS; MONEY IS TUCKED IN SKIRTS OR SASHES AND THEY DONOT USE LIPSTICK Fruit, vegetables, spices, and dried fish are carried home in baskets balanced on the women's heads (page 315). All food ishighly seasoned; meat iseaten only occasion ally. Little money circulates; in many markets patrons trade by barter of one kind of produce for another. The thatched building onstilts (right) isaricestorehouse.