They collect one of the rarest salts in the world.  “We have to deal with the big waves.”

teller: The salt from Bali’s beaches is one of the rarest in the world. It is also one of the most natural. However, collecting it requires great patience and strength.

Ningah Bora, 45, is one of the last salt pickers in the coastal village of Kosamba. He spends his days carrying baskets full of seawater and pouring it over the volcanic sand to filter out the salt.

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