Even for me, saying Tegalalang is delicious to the tongue. Compound that with the fact the "e" in Indonesian must be pronounced as a cross between the short "e" (as in "let") and a long "a" (as in "late"). Your mouth must form a grimace when saying it. Or something like it. Sometimes I still get the enunciation wrong.
Tegalalang, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
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