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For Sale; Books (English), fiction, all good condition, Rp. 50,000 each. For a list, send me an e-mail: <steve@> or go to Jl. Petitenget, gg. Cendrawasih #25. Contact Steve - 0857 4970 7731. Kerobokan. [125] For Sale; Autohelm AH800 autopilot for tiller-steering for boats up to 5 tons or 10 meter in good working condition with extra-long shaft. Fixed Price: Rp. 1.6 juta. E-mail to: <info@bali-cat. com call or SMS: 0813 3753 4097. Denpasar. [126]

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Bali Rugby Development Team Tours to Sumbawa

The Chilli’s not quite hot enough in Jakarta

The Bali Rugby Development side travelled to Sumabawa for a game against the Sumbawa “Nagas” development team. These development teams are predominantly made up of Indonesian born players who are guided in their understanding of the game by a limited number of expatriate players included in the team. Development teams play a major role in the growth of rugby in Indonesia and now exist in many provinces. This tour for the Bali team was their first to Sumbawa. After some 12 hours of cross-island travel, the team arrived in Sumbawa where they were the guests of mining company, PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara.

The first weekend in May saw the Bali Rugby Senior team “The Chilli’s” make the annual pilgrimage to Jakarta for the ISCI 10’s. The day started earlier than expected for the Chilli’s, who after a late change to the draw were forced to play only 10 minutes after arriving at the field. The lack of preparation showed and the Bali team took awhile to get moving, but eventually ran out to a four try to nil win against the ISCI Dragons.

It was the first time a rugby team had made the effort to travel to Sumbawa and from this inaugural game both sides have pledged to turn it into an annual three games series, with the next game to be played in Bali in September.

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A six try romp over French outfit, Jago Dulu, by the Chilli’s was followed by the crunch match against the host’s first team, the Komodos from ISCI. The first half was played in torrential rain, with neither side gaining any real advantage. Unfortunately even with the vocal support for Bali of other competing teams such as the Nagas, the second half was all ISCI as they ran in two tries to seal Bali’s fate.

Canggu Club to host International Youth Soccer Tournament

This put the Chilli’s into the plate final in a repeat of the day’s first game against the ISCI Dragons. What should have been more silverware for Bali turned into a game of what could have been, with at least two tries bombed and passes dropped by the Chilli’s, resulting in a win to the Dragons.

After the success of their previous two regional events, the Asian Soccer Academy (ASA) is delighted to confirm its third “Bali 5s” International Youth Soccer Tournament, scheduled to take place on the 29-30 May 2010. Played at the Canggu Club, the tournament will include 32 academy and school teams, aged 8-14 years, from Asia and Australia.

Player of the tournament for Bali was second rower Dan Sivess, who was rewarded for a strong performance all day by being named in the Indonesian National Team squad. Dan will join other Bali players Nick Mesritz and Grant “Olly” Olsen in Jakarta next month to take on Pakistan, Guam and Iran in the IRB Division 3 A5N tournament.

For the past 7 years, the Asian Soccer Academy, Asia’s leading sports training institution with over 1 million active members, has successfully implemented youth soccer development activities throughout the region that have entailed a series of grass roots coaching clinics together with national and international tournaments.

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Talented young players at the Bali 5s event will be offered free scholarships to join elite ASA squads, hence providing them with the opportunity to progress from grass roots to professional club level. With Technical Director Lee Hawkins scouting for professional UK clubs, ASA has sent more than 30 players to Manchester United F.C., and Portsmouth F.C. For more information on the tournament, please contact


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A large number of teams from across the region have entered the ninth annual Bali Soccer Sixes. The six-aside tournament will take place on Saturday 29th May at Lapangan Samudra in Kuta, and will feature teams from Borneo, Sumbawa, Jakarta, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, China and Australia.. The event is organized with the support of the Bali Sport for Peace Foundation (Yayasan Damai Olahraga), who will be holding a number of sporting activities over the coming months. The work of the Yayasan will be greatly enhanced with the involvement of a number of Australian volunteers assisting in developing training programs for local children in various sports. For more information on the Bali Soccer Sixes email info@

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The game was entertaining with both sides playing with great spirit. The larger forward pack of the Sumbawa team gave their back line plenty of clean ball and they were soon on the scoreboard. James Medley from the Nagas scoring a try in each of the first two quarters. Bali tried hard all day with their lineout working particularly well, but the team was unable to break the strong defence of the Nagas, with the local team running out as 22-0 winners.


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cabinet teak doors picture 1,5 jt ONO. 3850 4079.

For Sale; Sofa L shape micro fiber colour latté micro fiber, picture available paid Rp. 9 jt sell Rp. 6 jt. Contact 0813 3850 4079. Bukit. [208]

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For Sale; Fridge LG 250lt frost free 2 door, picture available, paid Rp. 5 jt sell Rp. 3.5 jt. Contact 0813 3850 4079. Bukit. [209] For Sale; Beautiful circular bed made from antique teak-wood. Unique, limitededition, feature piece. Comes with octagonal large mosquito net. E-mail for photo, Rp. 13 juta ONO. Rustic, natural, teak shelf unit, Rp. 600,000. <>. 0813 3810 6349. Ubud. [210] For Sale; Electric motorbike, red colour, good condition, charge for 6 hour can stand for 2 days, save gas money, only Rp. 6 million. call: 081 5570 1361. Denpasar. [009]

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Moving Sale; Canon HG10 HD camcorder. Included WD-H43-wide-converter. Power Adapter. 2 Battery Packs. Wireless controller. Component Cable, stereo video cable, USB cable, software, recording system AVCHD. 40GB HD drive. LCD screen: 2.7in. MiniSDcard. US$ 1.150 (nego). For pics and info please call Michael 081 2395 1444. [139]

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For Sale; Mitsubishi Van year 1997, white, AC double, good engine. Rp. 40 million. Call 0878 6011 3132. [001]

Sale motorbike Honda Phantom TA 200cc year 2006, 11.400km. Contact 081 139 9481. [005]

Kayak. Sit on. 3meter.

Toyota Rush S/2009, blue, 2500km, Bali plates, expat owner, Rp. 170Juta. Contact 0813 3758 1782. [002] Ford Ranger XLT Hi Rider 2.5L DuraTRTQ-TDCI 2WD color red, 6 months warranty, Rp. 260 Juta. Telp 085 6376 2239. [003] Porsche Cayman 2.9L; New Chrysler 300C 3.5L; New BMW Z4 3.0L; H2 SUV ‘04 + H2 SUT ‘05; New Wrangler X-unlimited; New Toyota Alphard & Vellfire; N e w To y o t a P r a d o ; Mazda RX8 ‘08; New Toyota Commuter 15 seats; New Toyota Camry 3.5Q ‘08; Nissan Murano ‘08; Harley Davidson Night Roc’07 + Street Glide ‘08; Visit Nadia Auto Graha, (sales, service & spareparts) Jl. Teuku Umar 70, Denpasar. Ph. (0361) 237 008. [004]

Kawasaki Ninja 250R Aug. 09, 4500km as new, Rp. 45 Juta. E-mail: <koen.> or 081 1385 5598 after 6pm. [006]

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A Balinese Visionary - By Susan Spilman Imagine dancers costumed as trees, flowers, tigers, roosters and as the evil land developers. They move on and off stage, fluidly developing the story of the destruction of nature, the building of hotels and the destruction of the hotels by the Gods in the dance from of rain, lightning, and even a tsunami. Then the replanting of trees to bring back the environment, with hotels integrated into a healthy environment. All this with dancers costumed in vibrant colors and musical accompaniment.

Pak Made

B Bapak Made Sidia, master d dancer and choreograph pher, has a vision: a way to help the children of Bali un understand the importance of ssaving the environment. “All creatures, all our life is harm harmony. We can make our life harmony. We have to save the environment. Th The children can learn about this through dance.”

To this end, three times a week the children go to his compound in Bona, a rural village twenty minutes south east of Ubud, for dance instruction. Once every month they perform for the proud parents. From this group of students he chooses those who are both talented and interested, to become part of his dance troupe that performs around Bali and Indonesia. Currently the dancers are appearing at Bali Safari Park in a dance choreographed by Pak Made. It is a variation of the Ramayana story that includes live ducks and elephants all working together with the dancers, showing how humans and animals can and do work together in harmony. Tri Hita Karana All of Pak Made’s work is based on the Balinese concept of Tri Hita Karana. This posits that there are three all-important kinds of relationships in one’s life: the relationship of human to God, the relationship of human to human and the relationship of human to the environment. This is the guiding belief of all Balinese Hindus. Although one can easily see the first two relationships in daily life in Bali in the daily offerings and the communal life of the banjar, it is not always easy to find the third aspect of human to the environment. When one sees garbage and plastic dumped in rivers and toxic pesticides used in the rice fields, one wonders where the concern for the environment is. Thus, Made’s emphasis on the environment is a refreshing change. Pak Made works closely with his father, the renowned shadow puppet master, Pak Made Sija. Four years ago father and son collaborated on a major dance production about what happens when promoters come and strip the land to build hotels -- a major theme in Balinese life. The production included 150 dancers, costumed as birds, trees, lions, elephants and of course people. As is usual in Bali this was a group effort with Pak Made as director of the production. His brother and their wives designed and made the costumes while the gamelan music was orchestrated by a friend. Pak Made’s

Dancers and elephants

father Pak Sija was the inspiration for the production, developing the concept and philosophy. The production was financed by the Indonesian government and by Pak Made’s group Sanggar Paripurna. This was performed in Jakarta for the Minister of the Environment and for Earth Day 2006. It is a major production and thus needs a special venue although Pak Made states that he “can do productions of different sizes, 100 dancers or 70, even 50.” Asked about the cost of such a production, Made describes a range from Rp 7 million for the smaller production up to Rp 20 million. This form of communication is both entertaining and transforming of one’s attitude. The message is received at a visceral level and can be integrated in a way that intellectual discussions often fail. These performances are environmental education in a fun and lively manner. As Kathy Alexander, an Australian ex-pat says, “How wonderful if these performances would be made available to schools, tour groups, all of us.” How to make them available is the challenge. In maintaining a sense of harmony, all participants in the production are paid: Dancers, costume people, and as Made says “even woman who sweeps after everyone leaves compound to go to performance” is paid. Pak Sija, as the originating and on-going inspiration, is included in this. A second major production was staged at the end of 2009 and videoed by TVRI for local broadcast. Based on the Mahabarata, this dance develops the theme of human bodies being thrown into water, Off to perform poisoning the fish and frogs so that they die. Their bones and skin develop into insects that then destroy the land. The message is that, “People don’t care about the water, so the Gods put a curse on humans.” Demons come and “insects become food for the demons.” Humans then ask the Gods for help and they say “you can’t put all things in the water; no trash, garbage, plastic.” Once the humans understand, the environment and harmony are restored. Although dance is his love and specialty, Pak Made is also a shadow puppet master and master gamelan player. Following in his father’s role, he teaches shadow puppet performance as well as how to make one’s own shadow puppets to both Balinese and foreign students. His overriding philosophy is that “we cannot force children, not natural. Little by little we give them education without force them.” He states that for all dancers, “without (understanding) the story, cannot express the feeling when they dance. I stop them sometimes and explain the philosophy of their movement. This is like water,

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like clouds. I stop practice and talk to them about saving the nature. Then they talk to friends and more people learn.” Pak Made is a master in our midst and it is possible to study with him in all his various roles: dancing, shadow puppet creation and performance, gamelan lessons and Made’s overriding interest in Balinese culture, especially as it relates to the environment and how to apply it to the 21st century. There are various ways to study with Made. He offers basic accommodation at his compound in Bona: a large upstairs room with the cold water bathroom down two flights of stairs. This is geared more to young students, who often come to stay for several months to study dance or puppets. Another option in the low-cost lodging range is a small guesthouse that offers two rooms with attached bathroom with hot shower. Both places include breakfast for under $8 per night. A more upscale possibility is Jack’s House, two fully equipped bungalows including hot water, TV, DVD and a swimming pool. The most comfortable option is to stay in Ubud and come to Bona to study each day. In this way you get the combination of authentic Bali village life plus the comforts of urbanized Ubud with multiple restaurant and lodging choices. choic For those interested in sponsoring a product tion and/or incorporating Pak Made’s dances in environmental education, contact Made e directly. He will be delighted. dire Made Mad is a little-known master amongst the expats and tourists in Bali. Among Westernexp ers, ers he is more well-known internationally, having taught and performed at universities hav such suc as Cornell in the USA and in Europe. He speaks English well and loves to talk tal about Balinese culture and his vision. If nothing else, simply coming to Bona to visit him would be a unique Bali experience. ex Made Sidia’s Sanggar Paripurna offers M production of his dances and education in Balinese culture, gamelan, dance, and shadow puppets as well as basic accommodation. He can be reached at or cell phone in Bali 081 239 57164 Ketut Sura offers two rooms with hot water shower plus breakfast in the same banjar/neighborhood as Made Sidia. His information: and local phone 0361 945 833 Jack’s House: moderately priced bungalows with hot water, DVD, and swimming pool. Contract Nyoman at 081353221217 or her daughter Seni at 08179754087, who speaks more English, for information on prices. Susan Spilman <>

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Malu Dong… You don’t have to live here long before hear the word ‘malu’. Literally, the word means ‘embarrassed’, ashamed’ or ‘shy’, but it is a much more than that. It is a characteristic or attitude that pervades the psyche of pretty much all local people I’ve met. Where possible, Indonesians always avoid conflict. People hate confrontations or violent, spontaneous flares of emotion. They would rather say nothing or not deal with a situation, rather than deal with the embarrassment that fronting up a situation could create. This is perhaps due to the fact that Indonesians live very communal lives, particularly here in Bali, and people are conscious not to ‘rock the boat’ or ‘make ripples’. Watery analogies aside, it is crucial to bear in mind ‘malu’ with dealing with local people and situations. People don’t like to lose face, particularly in public, so try to avoid showing people up saying anything which could humiliate them in front of others. Peace, unity and harmony is what is sought after, even if it is at the expense of not expressing what you want, or what you think is better for everyone around you. If you’ve ever attended a banjar meeting or even had a staff meeting with your local staff, you’ll notice that very few people will express their opinions or assert their position. When asked a question in a group, there will almost always be a long awkward silence, with no one volunteering to answer. This is generally because people are too ashamed to say anything that could affect the group, hence their face, negatively as a consequence. Not showing your true colours is in stark contrast to many other cultures, particularly Westerners and Mediterranean people who like to be really upfront with each other, often with vivid body language and frantic exchanges of lively gestures. This is why many foreigners find it frustrating influencing or motivating large groups of people here. This is also one of the answers to the mystery or why relationships may change or staff may resign for no apparent reason. There is a reason, but it is hidden deep in the mysterious world of ‘malu’… Vaughan Hatch has immersed himself with Balinese culture, living with locals in Bali since 1997. He speaks fluent Indonesian and Balinese, and is unashamedly addicted to playing gamelan. A linguistic, archaeology and publishing graduate, he works for indOKiwi ‘linguistic and cultural solutions’ in Sanur. Email him on or call (0361) 8427030 for further queries. Copyright © Kulture Kid 2010 You can read all past articles of Kulture Kid at C/CI/G-19 May10

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More Gadgets Galore. In this issue I’ve some information for you about which reclarable batteries to buy; three great cameras; a nift bag for your camera; and a voice controlled lamp! Enjoy. Duracell vs Energizer rechargeable batteries The Energizer AA batteries are rated at 2200 mAh and the Duracells at 2000 mAh (that’s milliampere-hours, a measurement of energy charge). But the Duracells last a lot longer. Testing was done using an ICON LED flashlight, this solid aluminum model with high and low settings—the high setting killing a standard battery in about 3 hours. Through several trials using different cells, the Energizer lasted 2 to 3.5 hours, while the Duracells took anywhere from 5 to 6.5 hours to drain. Not an insignificant discrepancy and contrary to the respective charge ratings on each. The Duracell family of rechargeable batteries also come pre-charged out of the package, so that’s very convenient. They’ve also have USB ports for charging USB gadgets. Both companies offer car and 15 minute chargers. The Duracell Mobile charger is a favorite simply because it has a car adapter and a wall adapter, and can charge 4 AA batteries or any USB device from those sources. (It does not do 15 minute charges, however, but I’d rather buy extras and have them ready to go.) The only real drawback is that it can’t charge D cells and 9V batteries like the giant sized Energizer family charger can. Both kinds of batteries are NiMH. Duracell claims their batteries will hold their charge for a year in storage, while Energizer claims only 6 months. Frills aside, the bottom line here is battery life, and Duracell has a lot more of it than Energizer.

Ok, now let’s introduce a couple of compact shooters. Casio has just released the new Exilim EX-S7 and EX-Z35. The pair of low-end cameras offer up 12.1 megapixel sensors, 3x optical zooms and direct-to-web upload options; the S7 ships with a 720p HD video mode and a 2.7-inch rear LCD, while the Z35 gets a VGA movie mode and a 2.5-inch LCD. Neither option will blow any minds, but the relatively low $139.99 / $109.99 (in order of mention) price points just might generate some interest from the novices in attendance. Jl. Pura Mertasari No. 9 Sunset Road Simpang Siur, Kuta Tel: (0361) 740 4990, 8477 456 Email:

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There are times that as lazy as it makes us sound, we just don’t want to go across the room to turn on or off a light. It’s moments like that in which people start thinking up strange inventions to solve the issue. Which is probably how this voice controlled lamp came into existence. Now instead of walking to shut off the small LED lamp, you can shut it off from up to 10 meters away. US$1,700 (body only)

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The lamp is USB powered and has a total of 12 bright LED lights. It has two different modes that you can set the lamp to, there’s the normal on/off mode and then the voice controlled on/off. That way you don’t want to worry that you’ll accidentally turn the light off by the sound of your voice. The lamp is capable of being shut off through any voice within the proper range. US$14.99

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Delicious International Dishes (Indonesian Language Version available at We used to make these cakes with millet but now that imports are difficult to get we substitute it with rice. Browned to perfection, these cakes are just as yummy. Try them with white, brown, or red rice - all equally delicious. It’s a great use for leftover rice, chopped and plumped in hot water. You can vary the topping but my favorite is “Savory Tomato Sauce” on the BA website.

water has evaporated. If you cook rice just for this recipe then you can skip this step.

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Heat a frying pan with 1 tsp. oil (you may need more) over a low flame. Wet your hands and take about 1/8 of the rice mixture and form it into ball in your hands. Flatten the ball so the cake is 1 cm thick. Add it to the frying pan. Do the same with the rest of the rice mixture. Only cook one layer of cakes at a time, not crowding, adding more oil as necessary. Cook each side for about 5 minutes or until it is brown and crispy on the outside.

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Put the rice in a bowl. Add the garlic, shallot and bell pepper mixture along with the parsley, feta, and salt and pepper to taste. Mix well until all the ingredients are evenly incorporated.

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The initial chapter deals with the background in which the events took place, giving an historical overview of how Netherlanders first traded in the East Indies and how they came to settle there. This immigrant class included members of the author’s family who arrived over 100 years ago. For the most part, such personal stories as hers have been, if not entirely silenced, at least only whispered about in Holland, where the society at large has remained uncomfortable with many aspects of the country’s relationship with its colonial empire. A teacher of Dutch Studies at University of California at Berkeley, Inez Hollander ( is sensitive, erudite, and extremely well-informed about the subject. Yet, the most extraordinary thing about the vivid tale she tells is that she has never been to Indonesia! Hollander has reconstructed year by year the long ago existence of her relatives out of her own fertile imagination, from recollections of aging surviving relatives, from the research of anthropologists, sociologists and especially writers who specialized in life during the Dutch colonial era. “In the oldest part of town,” she writes about Batavia, “amidst the gloomy slums, the (Dutch) canals still exist, drained and filled with garbage, or so my Indonesian students tell me.” The book is filled with similar hypothetical assertions: “it seems about right…” and “it’s safe to assume…” and “at this time, it must have been…” and “I was told in an email that…” Hollander has skillfully pieced the story together from what her aunts, uncles and grandparents have told her – essentially family gossip. She tracked down letters, snapshots, newspapers, old town maps, and even found a silent film made in 1928 of Kali Jompo, her family’s plantation outside of Jember. At times it’s difficult to keep track of all her informants. Throughout the book the author poses unfounded but tantalizing – and probably true – conjectures: “Was the existence of Peddy’s mistress the reason Laurine married in Haarlem instead of the Indies?” Hollander’s incredible facility for penetrating and dogged research makes one marvel and uneasy at the same time. She asks existential questions that can never be answered: “What was Mannes’s life at Kali Jompo like, and how was

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The author even breathes emotions and sensations into her characters - what a father must have felt losing his four year old son, what a cultural shock it must have been for her grandfather to return to Europe from the Indies, what the family acted like while waiting for the Japanese to come and take their father away. To give her story depth and authenticity, Hollander liberally quotes novelists who wrote books about their lives in the Indies: Hella Lulofs’s Rubber, P.A. Daum’s Ups & Downs of Life in the Indies, Rob Nieuwenhuys’s Mirror of the Indies, C. M. Vissering’s A Trip Through Eastern Java, as well as A. Alberts, Louis Couperus and Du Perrron. Hollander seeks not merely to locate and preserve family memories, but also to test them against more disinterested historical events such as the change to the Ethical Policy, the rise of Indonesian nationalism, the Indies fascist movement, the brewing threat of Japanese competition and hegemony.

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She gives facts and figures in the international commodities markets that coincide precisely with the drastic fall in the family estate’s profitability because of the Wall Street crash, going from a dollar a share for rubber in 1928 to just a few cents in 1929. The export-oriented East Indies felt the full brunt of the Depression from 1930 to 1933. With a macabre fascination, I always dread reading in East Indies memoirs of the Japanese invasion which almost inevitably leads to the invaders uprooting, interning, terrorizing and starving the protagonists, their life of privilege upended forever. Each family’s tale of woe makes for riveting reading. In the case of the Francken family, Surabaya fell first, then the population of Jember turned out to greet the Japanese army with “Bonzai! Bonzai!” Not long thereafter, Peddy – the last proprietor of Kali Jompu - was taken away by the Kempeitai police and never seen again.



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The Real Thing! Many restaurants in Bali offer Thai options, many more offer Javanese cuisine. In Thailand the best traditional Thai is found amongst the many thousands of street-food vendors, cooking the same way their forebears have done for generations. There are many similar discoveries amongst the local warungs of Indonesia. How great it is to now find food with that same depth of taste from the same original recipes that has been processed via a modern hygienic kitchen. Add to that produced by a western trained local chef of considerable talent. Such is Café Degan. It is located on the site of the excellent but short-lived Joglo Restaurant on Raya Petitenget. A massive re-building has resulted in quite an impressive site for such a budget-priced restaurant. Owner/Chef Degan [ex Grand Hyatt Bali and many years with Banyan Tree in Thailand] and his wife preside in the total hands-on manner that is one of the most important factors in building a successful restaurant business in Bali. The menu is predominately Javanese with about one third of the offerings being traditional Thai. The first dish I tried at Café Degan is a Thai one that I have had many times before, Gai Hor Bai Toey, sometimes good and sadly far too often poorly executed whether served either in Thailand or in Thai restaurants around the world. At Café Degan it nears perfection. Basically a simple dish it is just chunks of marinated chicken breast wrapped in pandanus leaves and steamed, later cooled and deep fried just prior to serving. At best, as served here, the finished product is tender browned chicken infused with the taste of the pandan then dunked in a wonderful dip of chilli paste, tamarind and sesame oil that has been simmered till it becomes a black paste dotted with sesame seeds. Yum Nua is strips of beef tossed with cucumber, celery, tomato and coriander in a chilli lime dressing. The beef, just seared, was a bit on the chewy side, quiet a contrast to a later Beef dish from the Javanese menu where it had been simmered in a Rawon broth, the thin squares tender and full of taste from the Rawon [the flesh of the rawon nut, Keluak]. Any order in the proper Asian manner, of a variety of dishes, will immediately result in small plates being presented so you can share and enjoy all the contrasts in taste. The steamed rice is served by wooden spoon from a basket, Thai style. Soms [slightly sour tasting salads of raw fruits and vegetables] are an important part of any Thai meal, at Café Degan they are fresh and palate cleansing as they are meant to be. The Yum Pla Foo is a typical Thai dish, full of contrasts, with its mix of shredded green apple and shallots tossed in a chilli lime dressing with perfectly executed crispy fish [cold pre-cooked fish dropped in hot oil that makes it virtually explode]. Som Tam Gai Yang is a green mango salad, a skewer of marinated grilled chicken added. Larb Gai is minced chicken, again finishing with a hot sour taste.

Thai soups are famous and their Tom Yum Goong, prawns in a hot and sour broth, is becoming an International standard, even appearing regularly on non-Thai menus around the world. But for me Tom Kha Gai is also a very special soup, tender chunks of chicken cooked in coconut milk with lemongrass, coriander and galangal. Gaeng Kiaw Wan Gai is chicken in a coconut milk curry of green chilli, Thai basil and lime zest. You get a chilli after taste but it is not overpowering, just warming, leaving a tingle on the lips. It is a great example of a well-balanced Thai dish, all components producing an overall taste. Gaeng Kiaw Wan Pak is a similar mix but this one is pure vegetarian with zucchini, carrot and beans in the same green coconut curry. Fish can be steamed, with chilli, lime, coriander and garlic, or fried in the wok to a crisp finish. The Javanese menu contains many dishes that are available everywhere, the difference here is in the attention to detail. The Lumpia Udang are thin crisp spring rolls stuffed with small prawns, Sambal Goreng Udang a bowl of prawns combined with potato and snow peas in a rich red coconut broth. Ikan Panggang Kemangi is fish that has been slowly simmered in ginger, chilli, tamarind, lemon grass and lime leaf. Nasi Goreng [fried rice] comes in two forms; with coriander marinated lamb spiced up with chilli soy, or salted fish, whilst the Mie [noodles] are pure Javanese style, fried or simmered, with chicken pieces, egg and vegetables, topped with fried shallots.


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Ayam Goreng, fried chicken, is seen everywhere but here the turmeric marinated pieces of chicken [on the bone] are served with perfect crisp skin wrapped around tender flesh. A chilli sambal accompanies this dish but better to just pick a piece of chicken and eat with your hands, finger-licking good! Daging Sambal Hijau is a spicy beef mix, being cooked with green chilli, tomato and line leaf. Gulai Kambing is in its traditional turmeric coconut milk broth and the Rawon, mentioned before is served with two halves of perfect salted egg on the side. As with all Asian cuisines there is never a shortage of quality vegetarian dishes, and not just the usual bland stir-fries but dishes full of taste. Sayur Asam is a mix of vegetables in a tamarind broth with small chunks of corn on the cob and teri [sprats] split open and cooked till crisp. Yum Tua is a Thai salad with green and long beans with shallots, peanuts and a coconut chilli dressing. Desserts are a mix of Javanese and western, many of which are displayed in the small air-conditioned pastry shop inside the restaurant. Café Degan is, as yet, unable to sell wines as unlike some other new restaurants they are waiting for all the licensing red tape to be completed first. However they welcome your arrival with your own wine, something that will endear them to the Australian tourists who go BYO to all but the very elite restaurants. Early days yet, but Café Degan is one of the finds of 2010!

Copyright © 2010 Gerry Williams Reviews that appear in Bali Advertiser are based on actual visits to the establishments listed, without the knowledge of the restaurants, and are not paid for by the individual restaurants. Opinions expressed here are those of Gerry Williams and not necessarily those of Bali Advertiser. Gerry Williams attempts to write from a ‘typical’ diner’s perspective and, whilst quality of food is the most important criteria overall, value for money is the real measuring stick.

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now does an Asian High Tea! Mother Asri and her two boys are always trying to come up with something different [until it gets copied elsewhere!]. This amazing tea house on Raya Petitenget has been busy since the day it opened. Now they are offering an Asian High Tea [pictured]. It consists of Salak poached in cinnamon and star anise, Vietnamese Spring Rolls, Ayam Sisit [spicy shredded chicken] with Sambal Matah Tarts, Indian Samosa with homemade chutney, Curried Egg Sandwiches, Date Scones with mango jam, Moroccan Orange cake with rose tea syrup [an Asian transplant], Pineapple and Mint Agar-Agar [sweet dessert cake], Dadar Gulung [Javanese stuffed pancake roll] and Kue Mochi. All served with a choice of green teas, oolong teas or Masala chai. Even the crockery comes from Good Earth India! Just because it is called a High Tea does not mean you cannot order their wonderful blended coffee, one of the best in Bali!

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has replaced Swell Restaurant at Pecatu. As this enormous area generally referred to as The Bukit continues its rapid expansion with villa complexes and luxury resorts, under construction everywhere, so too is the noticeable upgrade of the area’s local eateries evolving. The new Australian management at The Bake House serves a complete range of quality budget-priced food [inside in the air-con with free wi-fi, or in the outdoor section with large sports screen]. Open early at 7.00 for Breakfast [real Eggs Benedict with English muffin and poached egg, no substitutes], Snacks of Chicken Quesadillas [tortillas wrapped around chicken breast and jalapenos with cheddar cheese, guacamole and tomato salsa on the side], for Salad a Herb-crusted Ahi Tuna tossed in mixed lettuce and bell peppers in honey mustard dressing, a spicy Indonesian taste from their Beef Rendang and International mains such as beer-battered Fish & Chips and Chicken Breast wrapped in bacon. Pasta dishes and a Pizza selection, finish with a Lime Tart with strawberry ice cream. As the name suggests it is also a bakery with tasty pies [beef, chicken or vegetarian] pastries and breads all available for take-away or eat in.

Bayu’s Kitchen now wears a new wig! A new lounge area has also been added as

well as the new roof and an attractive street-side terrace, but the original setting remains, tablecloths and all, at this popular Penestanan location, up above Ubud. All very stylish for what is really a warung but one with a bit of style, and most importantly a very clean, modern, hygienic kitchen. All the usual Indonesian dishes are here including a few with a bit of a twist; Nasi Goreng Special [with sliced sausage, vegetables, egg and chicken sate], and the Mi Goreng, Nasi Campur and Cap Cay all have a few options. Added has been more International dishes; Salads [a Tropical Salad with meat or fish extras], Snacks [grilled chicken on baguette, corn or vegetable fritters, steamed fish dim sum], and range from the big BBQ [chicken, burgers and hot dogs]. A very modern warung with an International touch, fresh, clean and cheerful, but still at warung prices!

Crispy Pata is one of my all-time favourite dishes, bringing back memories of many

happy years spent working, living and eating in Manila, The Philippines. Whilst it is now what could be called a national dish [sold at every local restaurant] in fact it was only invented in the 1930’s in a small roadside snack bar on Roxas Boulevard, it is now the signature dish of the Aristocrat chain of restaurants [developed from that snack bar] Newly arrived in Bali is the Crispy Pata restaurant in front of the SilQ residences on Raya Petitenget, Kerobokan. Needless to say that dish features prominently on their menu. What is it? A Pork Knuckle first salted and simmered then hung to cool. At time of ordering the Pata is placed in very hot oil to brown and the skins explodes, going all crunchy and crispy! The traditional accompanying sauce consists of vinegar, soy sauce, cloves of crushed garlic, diced onion hot pepper. Original, I would say so, as the restaurant manager here is a descendant from the lady who created that dish! A treat for ‘porkaholics’ like me!

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is down a narrow lane beside Warung Gossip in Jln. Pengubangan Kauh, Kerobokan. The simple menu is in two sections, Asian and Western. The Asian section begins with a series of wonderful fresh spring rolls; vegetarian, chicken & green mango, tiger prawns or a combined chicken & tiger prawns. They are sold individually, so you can order a selection. Nem is what fried spring rolls are called in North Vietnam, here there are many varieties; tofu & vegetables, chicken and soya, beef and mushrooms, prawns and bamboo shoots and pork with capsicum. Now on Fridays @ 7.00 p.m., they serve a special dinner, Couscous Royal. Almost in Nasi Campur style a mound of soft couscous is surrounded by a Moroccan merguez sausage, small serves of smoked lamb that has been simmered in a broth and chicken done the same way and a selection of vegetables. A prior reservation is necessary.

Warung Little India is the new name for what was Warung Nasi Goreng at the

top of Jln.Hanoman, Ubud. No change of management or even the menu for that matter, just the name. A strange little place with seating for no more than 12 persons and most of them are sitting on the footpath, but already a survivor having lasted the years whilst many other have been and gone. Whilst the enormous menu, for such a small place, offers Thai and Indonesian [featuring a number of different Nasi Gorengs] it is obviously their Indian cuisine that they are now trying to publicise. Almost all pre-cooked it includes Samosas,Yellow Lentil Soup, an English style Indian Chicken Curry [a touch of the Raj], Qorma Mutton and a Mutton Biryani which is a fried rice dish made with many spices, yet another Asian dish that harks back to the days of a powerful Persia and their nomadic travels across the Spice Road to China [beryan is old Persian for fried].

Maural Dreams Bistrot is the strangely named newcomer that has replaced

the very short lived Narcosis Lounge on Jln. Danau Tamblingan. It is the first café in Sanur with a French touch. Inside is pleasantly air-conditioned, the outside terrace now covered and protected from the sun. Poelee de Champignons are sautéed with garlic and parsley, the Chicken Wings are with Thai spices; chilli, coriander and thyme, but not stuffed in the Thai style. Salade de Foie de Volaille are pan-fried chicken livers [a rare item on Bali menus, something which has always amazed me!] whilst Salade Alsacienne stars a Cervelas Pork Sausage topped with grated gruyere and onions. The Crème de Potiron is a thick baked pumpkin soup topped with sour cream, garlic bread on the side. Just feel like a snack? Then there is a Black Pepper Chicken Sandwich or that French standard, Croque Monsieur!

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MONEY MATTERS by Colin Bloodworth

PENSIONS – GOOD NEWS AND BAD NEWS First the good news: Improved medical care and new drugs should ensure we will all live much longer than previous generations. The bad news? For the vast majority of people on the planet old age will come hand in hand with abject poverty. Of course, most of the world’s population is accustomed to living in poverty. But people in developing countries still have strong family support and traditionally take care of their old folks. Not so in the West where the elderly are more and more frequently shepherded into care homes. The cost? Upwards of US$3,000 a month. If you have no money you may be lucky enough to be placed in a state run institution but don’t expect room service. It is not difficult to understand why many westerners with limited means choose to see out their days in Bali. HOW COULD GREECE AFFECT YOUR PENSION? Now we are coming to bad news that is affecting not just Greece but the whole of Europe and global stock markets, not to mention the Indonesian Rupiah! Whilst creative investment products based on unrealistic real estate values were the root cause of misery in the US, in Greece it has been more the European culture of working practices and retirement laws that has crippled the country. The burden on the working population of an expensive bailout programme has already led to large scale social unrest. Public employee salaries and pensions were among the first items to be slashed. But the problems are not confined to Greece. The fear is that the contagion could spread to Spain, Portugal, Italy and Ireland. One of the problems of being a member of the Euro zone is that individual countries cannot adjust interest rates or print money to get out of a hole. The strains imposed by this straightjacket result in an inability to spend one’s way out of trouble. The UK is fortunate at this time because it has more flexibility to adjust but it is far from being free from problems. The hung parliament is going to make it even harder to make unpopular but necessary decisions. But at some point these decisions have to be made and pensioners will almost certainly be among those hurt. One solution to Britain’s debt woes is to print money which in turn means a dilution of the value of fixed incomes such as annuities and pensions. DEMOGRAPHICS ARE NOT ON OUR SIDE All western countries are faced with ageing populations. The great social benefit structures that emerged after the Second World War are crumbling. In the UK when people worked to 65 but lived to less than 70 the working population could comfortably support both pensioners and a national health service that was the envy of the world. Today the health service is creaking at the seams. Rumour has it that even abortion clinics have 10-month waiting lists! The government is increasingly pressing people to take responsibility for their pensions. The official retirement age is being increased in stages. Private companies that once had generous final salary-linked pensions have found that funding those schemes has driven them close to bankruptcy. People in western countries are very worried about how they can afford to live once they have retired. Many expats, however, are out of touch with what is happening. They are still under the impression that if they return home with minimal savings their country will support them. It may be worth noting that the average weekly state pension in most western countries is now just enough to fill your petrol tank once and cover a restaurant meal for two! You could stretch the same amount out further in Bali but don’t fall sick! ANY MORE BAD NEWS? Yes! The European Court of Human Rights has recently

rejected an appeal from a group of British pensioners to force the government to increase state pensions of expatriates in line with UK inflation to bring them into line with pensioners resident in the UK and certain other countries. There are an estimated 500,000 UK retirees living abroad. There is no hope left that this position will ever be changed. This means if you are entitled to a UK state pension, when you receive it there will be no further increments if you choose to remain in Indonesia. Imagine you retired and came to live in Bali in the 1970’s. You would now still be receiving around 6 pounds per week, whilst the current pension in the UK is 95 pounds. Could you live on less than Rp100,000 a week? Further bad news is coming out regarding new interpretations on UK tax residency and domicile. Brits need to be aware that Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs are on the lookout for ways to bring in more money that is urgently needed to help plug the budget deficit. Brits of course are not alone. Governments throughout the world are endeavouring to increase their revenues by whatever means possible and have their eyes very much on expats. Americans in particular are feeling the heat. Don’t mention Swiss bank accounts! ENOUGH! IS THERE ANY GOOD NEWS? For some, yes. For example, if you are British and don’t need to draw your state pension immediately on reaching 65 you can delay taking it and in return it will be increased by 10.4% for every year you defer it. It sounds very generous but bear in mind actuaries will have calculated the increase in relation to expected life span. So if you live a long time you can be a winner. Die before you take it and the British Treasury wins! There is one area where British expatriates can score heavily if they left behind one or more company pensions. This is thanks to QROPS (Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes). Without going into too much detail, the schemes allow funds to be taken out of rigid domestic structures and be placed into more flexible offshore structures where the investment can be more easily accessed and passed on to one’s estate on death. The same facility may be available to other European nationals in due course. Nationals of all countries should see what opportunities exist to enhance their income in retirement.

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There is also good news for anyone with at least 20 years left before retirement. That good news is that you have time to accumulate wealth so you will not need to rely on faltering state schemes or bankrupt company pension funds. But it does mean addressing financial planning seriously and understanding the pros and cons of different assets and products. And if you are single and have no-one else to worry about you can aim for the perfect financial planning strategy which is to save hard while you can, then spend your wealth frugally in retirement so that your money runs out on the day you die and the cheque to the undertaker bounces! Colin Bloodworth has worked as a financial adviser in Indonesia since 1992 and is now Director of PPI Indonesia, based in Jakarta. He visits Bali regularly and can be contacted for advice at indonesia@ or or 021 3004 8024.

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Private Sale; Selling as complete unit. Bargin on new price. Brand new condition sound recording/stage audio equipment 2 rollerwheel roady hard cases. XDtm2/3/4 stereo / mono crossover, PVtm2600 stereo / poweramplifier x2, PVr2000 prof. stereopower ampli delatfex Peavy digital effects processor, phonic tubevocalmax T8100, phonictubeenhancer T8300, phonic Tubeoptimizer, wharfedale Pro WPG335 dual, Channelgraphic equalizer, 2x JBLmonitor + JBL high speakers 2 x JBL subwoffers, Peavy 24 trackmixing console + all leads. Total inclusive price at Rp. 63 million ONO. English enquiries 0813 3747 4477. Blahbatuh. [051] Private Sale; Owner going overseas. Fabulous all-in-one electronic massage reclining chair, Ogawa Cyber Relax silver & black f/body massage, choose your massage many selections, plus stretching, heat, vibration, etc. New condition for office, villa, private use, gym, under half retail price. Paid Rp. 43 million (receipt), sell at Rp. 18 million nett. Can e-mail pictures 0813 3747 4477 English inquiries. Pantai Saba, Blahbatuh. [052]


For Sale; Panasonic professional camcorder bag (available 2 pieces), Rp. 300.000 each. Good condition. Call Adi 081 2392 5264. Denpasar. [019] For Sale; PS3 games, original, only played a couple times and in excellent condition. 4-5 games total. E-mail <peawolfbud@hotmail. com> for prices and list of games. Kerobokan. [015] Private Sale; Investment genuine one only, unique antique lounge suite. An eye catcher, talking piece. Made totally from genuine long horn Texas (USA) Cattle, imported to Australia. Great centre piece for hotel, exclusive home office, bank, etc. US$8.500 ONO. Serious inquiries SMS English 0813 3747 4477. Blahbatuh. [053] For Sale; Electrolux Bagless vacuum cleaner ultra active ZUA3820P (brand new model). 99% new, never used. Only Rp. 2.5 million. Call 081 2399 9157. Kuta. [054] Listening is very inexpensive; not listening could be very costly.

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For Sale; Sony Ericsson k800i mobile. This phone has a great 3.2mp camera, music player, video player, radio, games, voice recorder, video call, Bluetooth, usb, internet browsing, email and organiser. It comes with box, CD, manual and cables. Excellent condition, looks new, paid Rp. 2.6 million, selling for Rp. 1.6 million ONO. Contact Kevin on 0813 5313 4393. [056] For Sale; TV stand with shelves that can accommodate DVD players and others. H: 53cm, W: 57cm. Purchased at ACE in late 2007. Selling price: Rp. 450,000. Contact: 081 2387 8913. Kuta. [057]

For Sale; Unique circular bed made from carved antique teak wood, Rp. 13,000,000, (e-mail for photo). Nakamichi amplifier & large JBL speakers, good condition, Rp. 4,000,000. Offers accepted. Contact 0813 3810 6349 / <>. Ubud. [070] For Sale; Used Lego Mindstroms education base serie 9797. Adaptor & CD installer included. Condition 99%. Excellent for your kids education! Rp. 3.6 million Negotiable. Call Yanto 0361788 0469. Train your kid to think logically, mathematically & fun. Denpasar. [071]



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by Dr. Kris

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There is no doubt that many people have had conversations with their houseplants, even me! Maybe there is good reason for that, a man in England grew a tomato with a world record weight of four and a half pounds. He claimed he fitted it with a pair of headphones so it could listen to soothing music while it grew. One of the most popular scientific experiments is whether or not plants react to music and if so, how? Although it has not been conclusively proven there is reason to believe that the vibration of music can affect the growth of plants. The idea first arose in the 1970s, when Dorothy Retallack published her book “The Sound of Music and Plants”. Retallack conducted many experiments on plants and music. The main finding was that the type of sound used can affect the plants in either a positive or a negative way. Using three separate labs containing the same species of plants, she began her experiment, by broadcasting different types of music to each plant. She recorded the daily growth of each plant. The plants in the lab where music was played daily for three hours a day grew twice as large and became twice as healthy as those in a controlled environment. Alternatively, plants in the other lab where music was played for a full eight hours a day died within two weeks of the start of the experiment. She discovered that although plants react positively to soothing music, too much music could also have a detrimental effect. When Retallack tried experimenting with different types of music she found that plants did the best with classical, jazz and Indian classical music. The plants that did the worst listened to rock. The group that heard rock music became sick and stunted whereas the other group grew large and healthy. An interesting fact was that the group of plants listening to the soothing sounds leaned toward the speakers, just as plants usually bend towards the sunlight. An important point from Retallack’s experiments is the duration of play of the music. If you are keen on playing music to your plants, keep the time limit to be about three hours, too much music and you can seriously destroy the plants. Although music is not an absolutely proven factor in plant development, Dorothy Retallack’s groundbreaking series of experiments, have advanced the musical development theory. The results of this experiment encouraged many individuals to play music to plants with similar results. Many claimed that plants prefer classical compared to modern rock, which resulted in sick plants. Others claim that plants simply react to the stimulus, and can’t possibly react to different artists or styles of music differently. In 2007, a South Korean researcher studied plant genetics and their reaction to stimuli. He discovered that sounds at certain frequencies speed up genetic activity within rice plants. Frequencies between 125Hz and 250Hz stimulate certain genes that help to give a plant’s DNA instructions for biological processes, such as growth. In addition, he found that volume doesn’t seem to be as much of a factor when

it comes to plants. Low volumes of music were sufficient to achieve the results. So how does music affect plants? Music, like sunlight and wind, is a stimulus, something that incites action in plants. A property of living things is that they respond to stimulus. A woodlouse curls into a protective ball at the slightest touch, and sunflowers turn to face the sun, maximizing their potential to absorb energy. Playing music to your plants provides a stimulus, and the plant reacts to the pressure waves produced by sounds. The sound waves created in music create tiny vibrations. Accordingly the vibrations from music and speech might actually stimulate the plant. Many people who talk to their flower plants believe it not only helps the plants, but helps them as well. It’s believed to be particularly beneficial for stressed out businessmen, though I suppose the trick is not to be overheard right? In a television interview in 1986, Prince Charles famously said it was “very important” to talk to plants and that they “respond” when spoken to. In studies performed by the Royal Horticultural Society in England, researchers discovered that talking to your plants really can help them grow faster. They also found that plants grow faster to the sound of a female voice than to a male voice. They recorded ten people reading from either literary or scientific works, both men and women, and played their voices through a set of headphones that was attached to each tomato’s pot. The same tomato variety was used, with the same soil and care conditions. They also included two plants that were not read to, as a control.

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At the end of the month, the plants that had been listening to female voices grew an average of an inch taller than those attached to a male voice. They said that they are unsure why the female voice worked better, saying that it could be that women may have a greater range of pitch or tone that affects the sound waves that hit the plant, and that sound, just like any other environmental factor, has an effect on plant growth. Thanks to the evidence few would think you strange for playing music to, or even talking to your plants. I pondered this discussion with my rose bush recently, whilst we listened to Beethovens Symphony No. 6. And remember if anyone asks you, just say that you were talking to yourself!

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For Sale; Extra king-size bed (2 layer style). Still like new, bought for Rp. 3.5 million will sell for Rp. 1.3 million. Need to change it to toddler bed. Please SMS 081 1380 4603. Seminyak. [072]


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Key holder collector want to sell out all the keyholder from Japan & Indonesia, all 90 pcs Rp. 4.000.000, will send the photos of key holder, please SMS me your e-mail address to 0813 5314 9420. [076] For Sale; Computer eMac, not work (dead). Contact 0813 3755 0549. [077]


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For Sale; TV’s Sony 27”, Rp. 1.5m and LG 21”, Rp. 1m, DVD player and 2 sat boxes free to buyer. Also, hot/cold Sanken water dispenser Rp. 500,000. All to best offer! Call 0858 5711 8378 or <>. Kerobokan. [075] If you change your thinking, you change your life.

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Moving Sale; Antique Jati wooden wardrobe L= 120, W= 60, H=120, Rp. 2.5 million (nego). Wing chair (single) Rp. 500k, Prunther piano Rp. 13,5 million (nego). Contact 085 6109 0075/085 6800 2800. Denpasar. [082] When your values are clear to you, making decisions becomes easier.

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“The Hot Water Two Step” It’s a real pain isn’t it? You find a towel and step into the shower and turn on what you think is the hot water tap (that nice landlady promised you there was hot water) and the water flows - cold. You turn the shower nozzle away and cower in the shower trying to avoid getting wet until you find warm water. You wait. You feel that two hours pass and still the water is cold. Must have been the other tap so you turn the first one off and the other one on. Once again you cower while cold water flows for what seems like a further couple of hours. The water is still cold. Try the first tap again. Cower for another eternity and just when you are about to give up boiling hot water suddenly issues forth from the shower head and you jump around trying desperately to avoid getting scolded or stepping in the expanding pool of hot water while trying to reach the hot tap to turn it off. You manage to close the offending orifice and, with a sigh of relief and a shrug of resignation, you regain your composure. Round 1 - Plumbing 1, You nil. “Oh well at least I found hot water.” The words pass through the neurones of your brain as you try to convince yourself that you have made progress towards that elusive holy grail of bathroom activity - a nice shower in water of just the right temperature. Don’t get too smug this infernal system is not done with you yet. You start again, this time you think you will be clever and beat this system. You turn on the cold water, only half way this time and then turn on the hot. Once again you cower and wait, nothing. You turn the cold down a bit then after a delay Eureka! hot water but it is still far too hot to get into. You turn the cold on a bit more, after the familiar delay it cools a little but is still far too hot. More cold, another delay and, feeling brave, you step into the water. After two seconds the heat is too much, your head and shoulders are burning like a well cooked lobster so you turn the cold on a little more. You wait the usual delay and suddenly freezing cold water is falling on your head. Your day is starting to drain of pleasant emotions as words on topics such as the contents of a septic tank or urging sexual activity between people born out of wedlock tumble from your mouth and you make a dive for the taps. Round two - Plumbing 2, You nil. You grit your teeth. You are not going to let some primitive technical installation created by some primeval lifeform destroy your demeanour and your day. You try another approach. Mumbling confrontational words designed to scare and subdue your aqueous adversary you perch on the side of the shower and turn on the hot water to full. You wait, eventually it flows hot. So far so good. Now stealth is the strategy, you turn on the cold very, very slowly, you’ll sneak up on it so it won’t notice. The water gets cooler ever so slowly then, just as you are considering you might claim victory and step into the water flow the water suddenly goes cold. At this stage you start to speak in tongues uttering words you didn’t even know that you knew. Round three - Plumbing 3, You nil. Things start to go downhill .……………… Round twenty four - Plumbing 24, You nil. Not a lot of progress really and sanity is starting to fade. You look around for a window or an orifice of some kind. There must be a spyhole somewhere behind which some psychopathic landlady is cackling in delight and taking out her deep seated hatred of all living things …. Round forty six - Plumbing 46, You nil. You decide to give up this ridiculous idea of a hot shower. Huh, you didn’t really want one anyway. You turn on the cold water and, your heart being set on a somewhat warmer experience, the water seems colder than ever. You brace then throw yourself into the flow of water and dance about rubbing yourself as briskly and quickly as possible. You turn off the taps, grab a towel and exit the bathroom glad to be away from that possessed plumbing. Plumbing - game, set and match. The cause of all this is, of course, a gas water heater. Gas water heaters are very popular in Indonesia (although the vast majority of people in this country don’t have hot water) and in other countries too notably Australia where they make up 50% of all new water heater sales. They come in two basic types. The first are gas “storage” water heaters which, like solar, air conditioner and most electric water heaters, heat a tank of water which is stored ready for use. The second type are of more interest to us today and are “instantaneous” or “demand” water heaters (also known as multipoint heaters, tankless heaters, geysers or ascots). These heaters heat the water “on demand” as it is needed. Geysers (not to be confused with geezers that tend to lean against the bar chainsmoking and coughing into their beer) have been around for many years. Early models In Britain were often mounted on a wall in a confined space such as over the kitchen sink and, owing to their idiosynchratic behaviour, had rather a habit of scaring people (come to think of it both kinds of Geysers do that).

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Gas water heaters are very popular and understandably so. They are cheap, quick and easy to install, they are very compact don’t take up much space, they heat the water as it is needed, you never run out of hot water and from an environmental point of view are efficient when compared with electric heaters. The downside here in Indonesia is that you have to keep changing the gas cylinder. So how do they work? Demand gas water heaters vary in size but all follow the same basic design. Inside the outer casing is a metal heat exchanger in the form of a vertical cylinder around which a heating coil, a spiral of pipe, rises. This cylinder finishes at the top in a flue. At the bottom in the centre of the heater is a circular gas ring with a series of gas jets forming a ring of flame. The cold water enters at the bottom of the spiral and is heated by the heat from the gas ring as it rises up the cylinder and is hot by the time that it leaves the top. When not in use the gas is turned off. When you turn on a hot tap water starts to flow through the heater which senses the flow of water, turns on the gas and electrically ignites it. The heater roars into action. As soon as you turn the water tap off the water flow stops and the gas flow is cut off. Controls on the front of the heater allow you to adjust the gas flow and the size of the flame and thereby the output temperature of the water. Older models had a pilot light which burned permanently ready to ignite the gas jets when the heater switched itself on. Pilot lights had a habit of blowing out in a strong draught. These days the pilot light is gone. The heater is connected to an electrical supply and the gas is ignited with an electric ignition. This is the main reason why modern heaters are far safer than the geysers of old. Now we come to a critical element in the gas water heater’s design. If the water flow is too low to carry away the hot water the heat exchanging coil will overheat and be damaged so, to safeguard the heater, the water flow is monitored and if it falls too low the gas is turned off.

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Gas water heaters are very efficient and can produce very hot water so when you are in the shower you only need a little hot water to mix with the cold (particularly in Bali). When you turn the hot tap down the flow through the heater may not be enough and the gas heater switches itself off. When people have problems with their gas heaters they often make the mistake of turning the gas up to maximum to try and solve the problem. The hotter the gas setting the more water you need to flow through the heater to stop it turning itself off. So, if your heater keeps switching itself off while you are trying to shower the starting point is to turn the heater down. There are other common problems with gas demand water heaters. Many people have low flow rates through their gas water heaters due to the small diameter of pipe in the heat exchanger coil. If you have hard water the inside of the heating coil very easily scales up with calcium which, due to the heating effect, is deposited inside the pipe. This reduces the diameter of the pipe and reduces the flow of water through the heater - a very common problem but it can be fixed. Another more complex problem relates to the difference in the water pressure in the hot and cold water pipes to the shower. Very often the water pressure is lower in the hot water system due to restrictions in the pipe through the water heater. Unequal pressure in the shower mixer tap may result in higher pressure water in the cold water pipe pushing back up the lower pressure hot water pipe slowing down the flow & switching the heater off. Finally some words of warning. Gas heaters should be mounted outside if possible and in a well ventilated space. They should not have anything flammable above the flue and you certainly should never put anything on the top of them. They are also not something that you should attempt to repair yourself. These heaters can hang on your wall and quietly and efficiently run for years with little attention. However if you do have problems or one of those tedious bathroom experiences you can always tear it off the wall and, lifting it over your head, throw it over the garden wall with the customary cry “take that you ignominious piece of dried gorilla snot.” Game, set and match to you. Phil Wilson MrFixit property maintenance and inspection services. Opinions expressed are those of Phil Wilson. If you have any questions or comments he can be contacted on 08155 8000 860 or through the website at Copyright © 2010 Fixed Abode You can read all past articles of Fixed Abode at

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This fortnight the Sun changes pace from the plodding mode of Taurus, to the quick as a flash speed of the mercurial sign, Gemini. Gemini, the Messenger of the Gods and the one who translates the light and information of the Sun, to the rest of the Planets, including us here on Earth. This takes place on the 21st, with Jupiter opposing Saturn on the 23rd, and the really big shift, is that of Uranus into Aries, for the first time in 85 years. You may want to reference the time frame between 1928 and 1935, to a get the gist of what we are in store for, over the next 7 years. Saturn goes direct and Neptune retrograde, this fortnight. Jupiter following the imprint of Uranus, which was in opposition to Saturn, during the last Full Moon, prompts us all to make the necessary adjustments and dismantle and/or reconstruct new boundaries, within the framework of our lives, particularly in the area of our work/service arena. Jupiter in the sign of PIsces, is shedding Divine Light, Love and Grace upon everything it touches now. By next month, it will be teaming up with Uranus in Aries, to kick-start all sorts of pioneering new ventures and adventures. If you can feel the quickening, allow it to be the juice you need to fuel your own creative process. It is like the entire galaxy, if not universe, is conspiring to bring you the things you desire at quantum speed. Just remember to focus on what you do want and to keep that monkey mind, focused on the positive. Happy Manifesting! FULL MOON 6 Sagittarius 33 May 28, 2010 07:08 a.m. LIBRA: A very nurturing little pod of existence presents itself, this fortnight when you will be able to feel the beloved with a great deal of ease and with much tenderness. Enjoy these precious moments. As the Sun travels through fellow air sign, Gemini, the channels of communication will likewise be opened to you. This is undoubtedly a good opportunity to do a little soul searching and to share your deepest truths with the beloved. It could become a little more complex, further down the track, so it is suggested to use this window of opportunity to clear the air and set your priorities within the relationship.

TAURUS: Venus moves into Cancer this fortnight, to bring some homely comfort, nurturing and tenderness into your life. With Mercury still in your sign and the outer Planets mostly working with you, you will be feeling pretty content with your lot. The New Moon this cycle was in your sign, and so the coming Full Moon will be very pleasant, with the potential for loads of fun and laughter. Enjoy yourself. When all is said and done, you are often the one, who holds the platform for all those around you and this often goes unappreciated. With that in mind, the Planets are bestowing their gratitude on you, this fortnight.

SCORPIO: If everything and everyone around you, is seeming a little fickle and lacking depth of purpose, try developing some patience and some listening skills. You many have to do some discerning when it comes to understanding their communication, and yet it will be worth the effort in the long run. Not everyone has the determination or the single-pointed focus that you possess. This is the time when you can call on your own inner strength, courage and wisdom to support you in your daily interactions. There is a deep maturation process at work here, and you will be a much wiser person at the end of it.

GEMINI: Basking in the limelight this month, as Birthday time swings around again, you find yourself in fine spirits and an uplifted frame of mind. It is lovely when the World finally conforms to your model, while the Sun is in Gemini. The Full Moon in your polar opposite sign, could see you feeling a little neglected when others tend to move towards their more loftier ideals. Be prepared to adjust your thinking wherever necessary, although with Mercury still in that fixed sign of Taurus, that could be a little challenging. Venus has just moved out of your sign and leads relationships away from the mental realms to more sensory. Enjoy them. CANCER: Venus freshly in your sign, has the Divine Feminine reminding you of sweeter, gentler and much kinder things. New Moon this month was also in a much more tactile sign, and has you wanting to engage the sensual side of your nature. Allow some romance into your life and when the opportunity arises, fall into the embrace of the other and be deeply nurtured. Allow yourself to be supported and fall into that feminine quality of receptivity. This is a much better place to create and manifest your desires. Too much doing, and you will become overtaxed this fortnight.

SAGITTARIUS: Full Moon is in your sign this fortnight and promises to bring with it, loads of fun. You will most likely, be ready to kick up your heels and have some fun as Uranus marks its debut in Aries, at the same time. Interesting configuration and a portend of amazing things to come. By the end of the fortnight your planetary ruler, Jupiter will also enter into Aries, to mark a period of much movement in your life. It’s funny how things look so different once the future has arrived, and you find yourself in a place of forward momentum, in contrast to the introspection that was a big part of your life in the past months.

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ARIES: Mars continuing in Leo until the first week in June, where it’s been for an unusually long stint, since October last year, injects the last of its fiery energy through your life. Things will ground a little more at that time, although with the movement of the outer Planets into your sign, get ready for some deep work, radical changes and profound shifts of consciousness. Remember as we pull into the major configuration of July/August the inner tension will build. There is nothing to fear here, for what it is implementing is an awesome wave of awakening on the Planet. Use this fortnights transits, to intuit your best moves.

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CAPRICORN: Saturn moves direct this fortnight and initializes some fresh movement, as it heads back towards Libra and its meeting with Mars, Pluto, Uranus and Jupiter, and what a meeting that will be. Your life is about to change in ways, beyond your wildest dreams and imaginings. You are about to experience an eclipse in your sign, at the end of June as well. All of this combined, will usher in a life, unlike anything that you have lived to date. Changes and departures on so many levels, and areas of your life, that the freshness itself will be like balm to a weary soul. Enjoy the journey!

LEO: The Sun in Gemini supports your nature, and gives you some extra momentum to get things done. Remember also to utilize the remainder of the energy available to you with Mars in Leo. You are pretty much on the up and up though, as you are in store for so much support from the outer Planets, over the coming months and years. Communication is the key issue here, and is important in keeping the channels open. Your primary relationship is calling for some nurturing now, and you will be able to fulfill any and all requirements that it presents you with, this fortnight.

AQUARIUS: Uranus in its momentous sign change, allows you some freedom to explore, experiment and regain a sense of yourself, which you thought had departed. Accessing areas of your mental capacity which have lain dormant in some of you, will be exciting. While others will deepen their skills and abilities through new modalities and studies. What an exciting time this promises to be. All you need remember, is to release the old with ease and allow the grace to move through your life, and do its work. The fewer ideas you have on how this will take place the better. Keep an open mind.

VIRGO: If there are some issues which are confounding you now, allow them to just remain in a state of unknown or in a place where you can just allow them to be what they are. There is no need to hurry a process, which wants to deviate from its original plan. Get your mind used to the idea of change and adjustment, and find ways to accept situations and make new choices whenever and wherever necessary. These skills will be in high demand during the next earth cycle. Broaden your understanding through whatever modality comes your way, and share what you have understood from it.

PISCES: The Sun in Gemini and Full Moon in Sagittarius, Neptune your ruler going retrograde and Uranus and Jupiter departing your sign. You are going to call into play now, all that you have learnt over the recent years and implement that into your life, and integrate on a very deep level within your being. It’s a bit like receiving your diploma and now going out and sharing what you have learnt. Not that there are any levels or gradings going on here. It may just feel like it for a moment. Chiron is allowing you the ability to transmute your past, without catharsis into a positive present and release the future from its previous binds. Copyright © 2010 Vibhuti-Teri Norris You can read all past articles of Horoscope at

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For Sale; Aircon 1PK, 800 watts, LG, 1.5 year using, good condition. Suitable to cool down room size up to 5x4mtr. Rp. 1,700,000 (nego). Price includes 2mtr cable & installation. Serious interest call to 887 0120. Kuta. [107] For Sale; iPhone 3G 16GB like brand new, Rp. 4.9 juta. Blackberry Curve model 8900, brand new, Rp. 2.2 juta. Toshiba laptop like new Rp. 4.4 juta. Much more. Call 0812 3678 3142. Nusa Dua. [108]


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For Sale; iPhone 3GS, 16 GB, white color FU still warranty until March 2011, full applications, comes with earphone, charger original, no box perfect condition only Rp. 6 million. Please SMS/ call 0812 3610 0424. [084]

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Need safe or security box for small items, also bigger safe necessary for camera equipment. Nikko 0812 3702 7720. [065] For Sale; Acer laptop Travelmate 250 P4 2.4Ghz. 750 memory missing one keyboard key. Rp. 3.5jt 081 755 9602. Sanur. [066]

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For Sale; i7 Quad Core, 6GB RAM, 1TB hard drive system new Rp. 10.000.000 (overclocked to 4x4GHz stable only Rp. 11.000.000). Please contact 0819 9991 2991. Seminyak. [184]

A successful tutor will make you speak At your home or office 8 years experience, taught more than 100 foreigners

For Sale; GHD professional hair straightening irons. Ceramic plates for straightening or curling. Original model Rp. 300. 000. Please call Karen 081 7975 8174. Seminyak. [185]

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For Sale; Printer HP PSC 1315 all in one for sale! Good condition, cables, CD programmes complete, no ink, sale for Rp. 400 k. Contact 0857 3763 6021. Denpasar. [186]

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For Sale; Flash light Sunpak PZ42 x for Canon, sell for Rp. 1.7 million. Call/SMS 081 2389 5551 / (0361) 781 7447. Kuta. [088] For Sale; As new! Pentax k100d digital camera, with kit lens 2 million IDR, plus Tamron lens 70-300mm 2, 4 million IDR. All 2 years old. Call Yulia in Canggu 0858 5722 4891. [089] For Sale; Digital moisture meter. Used for measuring humidity of wood. As new! Brand: AB Brookhuis FMW-B. Call Yulia in Canggu 0858 5722 4891. [090] Sooner or later, those who win are those who think they can.

For Sale; Jura coffee maker Impressa 5-9 new still in box Rp. 15 mill (nego), stove with 5 burner brand Lagermania, good condition Rp. 5 mill, dryer Elextrolux good condition Rp. 2 mill, 5 speaker active JBL + amplifier Yamaha Rp. 5 mill, split AC 2 1/2 PK LG Rp. 3 mill. Contact 0818 0569 3503. Kerobokan. [091]


MATAHARI INTENSIVE ENGLISH CAMPS THREE Intensive English Camps for International students from low beginners to advanced levels. WHERE: Matahari Villas, Desa Lodtunduh, Banjar Abiansemal-Ubud STAFF: Highly qualified professional staff with internationally accredited qualifications and over 25 years experience DURATION: 10 days for each camp SMALL GROUPS: Maximum of 6 DATES: Camp 1: 15/6/2010 to 26/6/2010 (inclusive) Camp 2: 29/6/2010 to 10/7/2010 (inclusive) Camp 3: 13/7/2010 to 24/7/2010 (inclusive) FOR FURTHER DETAILS: HELEN KINNY-LEWIS

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For Sale; Yamaha 15HP engine, less than 2 hours use, excellent condition, Rp. 15 mill ONO. Call 0815 5854 0008. [092] E SPECIAL PRIC N 100.000/SESSIO KITAS ONLY

For Sale; Baby cot, baby bouncer F/P, baby walker. All excellent condition as new. Rp. 2 mill the lot. Call 0815 5854 0008. [093]

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Oil painting classes starting Advanced classes Thursday morning 09.00 - 13.00 hrs (only 1 place left) Beginner’s classes Thursday afternoon 14.00 - 17.30 hrs Small groups, reasonable rate.

Wanted to Buy; Laptop broken/dead lowest p4. Tlp 0361-360 5201. [177] For Sale; Black bicycle in new condition! Contact: 0813 3865 3924. Sanur. [178]

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For Sale; Sony 25” Trinitron Wega flat screen TV. Still in very good condition. Buy from new, now sell for Rp. 1,500,000. Please call Dian 081 246 81163. [179] For Sale; Brand new Apple iPad 16GB Wi-Fi version. I’m just back from USA and have an extra one. Serious inquiries only please. Asking Rp. 8.9 juta or best offer. E-mail <warisan@yahoo. com>. Sanur. [180] For Sale; Modem/Wi-Fi router in same unit. AsusDSL-G31, very easy to set up and works perfect with Speedy. 2 months old, cost new was Rp. 550.000. Sell for Rp. 350.000. Contact 0813 3834 2005. [181] For Sale; Manual typing machine, good condition. Please SMS with your price. Putu 0857 3763 6021. Denpasar. [188]

C/E/G-5 May 10

GIVING TEENS A PATH TOWARDS HOPE On May 27, international musician Sylvia van Swieten will direct a Celebration Fundraiser, including afternoon workshops and evening world music concert, for Bali Global Orphanage, a foundation that educates bright teenagers from very poor families. Graduation day is around the corner for many of Bali’s senior school students, but fewer are leaving school to start a career or even with a job in mind. However, as a result of the commitment of a former “anak miskin” (child of poverty), successful Indonesian businesswoman Ibu Selorini Mina, a large and growing group of Bali teenagers will begin adult life with very good grades, practical work experience, jobs and a bright future. The Bali Global Orphanage and Foundation, attached to Suly Resort and Spa on the main road between Mas and Ubud (Jl Cok Rai Pudak), is home to more than 135 boys and girls – aged 15 to 20 - selected by heads of local banjars as being the poorest and most likely to benefit from a hand up. The Majoya Music celebration will raise urgently needed funds to up-grade the students’ dormitories, extend them to house a further 80 students who begin in the new school year on July 18, 2010. It will also add to the budget for their food and school materials. Ibu Selorini, whose businesses now stretch from Indonesia to Singapore and China, says she persuaded her family several years ago to help her support the children of Bali. Having worked as a social worker for the Singapore government, “To give me an understanding to their needs”, she and her husband bought Suly Resort and created an education centre next to it as a “retirement project”, at first offering free classes to children from nearby local orphanages. In addition to the national Indonesian curriculum, classes focused on broadening the students’ in skills in a wide range of jobs. Eventually they spoke to neighbouring banjars and set up their own foundation, which is also supported by retired State University of Udayanya professors, volunteer

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programs, Rotary and Australian Business Volunteers Abroad. Students have work experience – often in five star resorts such as the Kupu Kupu Barong - and later are helped to find good jobs, either within the resort and spa, or across Bali. In addition to jobs such as gardening, hospitality, cooking, wait staffing, hotel, spa and restaurant management. All students are strongly encouraged to develop any artistic or musical skills, or personal interests, and to believe that they can succeed in whatever they choose. Ibu Selorini’s role as mentor and role model cannot be over-estimated in this mix. “We are opening their world and they see there are lots of other jobs they can do, not just waiters in tourism. They can apply for scholarships around the world through various foundations, but first they must believe in themselves like I did,” Ibu Selorini said. The concept of the Majoya Fundraiser is firstly to showcase the skills and interests of Bali Global students, who will run some of the workshops – teaching music and dance – and offer massages, and secondly to give local children and these teenagers the opportunity to experience workshops in other topics. The workshops and activities, including African Dance, Face Painting. Magic, Balinese Dance and Music and Singing Yoga, will begin at 2pm, and there’s a beautiful pool for swimming and playing and food to buy. Music Performances will begin at 4pm, including Jivaraja Sita and Tabla, Susu Ibu, Hanuman Drums and World Music Finale at 11pm. Individual workshops by donation. People are encouraged to pre-purchase their 50,000rp tickets for the event, from Ubud’s Bali Buddha or Suly Resort itself, to help organizers finance event preparations. Volunteers and offers of sponsorship are also welcome. Contact or 081 338 405 900. Wayan Jen

For Sale; Acer Aspire 4520, perfect condition. AMD Turion 64x2, Nvidia Geforce 7000M, 2Gb RAm DDR2, 120HDD, DVD-super multi, blutooth, Wifi, dolby digital live. only Rp. 2,8 mill. Contact 081 5574 9249. Denpasar. [147] For Sale; Women’s mountain bike-brand new never used! front suspension, alloy wheels, low frame, 21 gears. Bought for Rp. 1,7 mill sell for only 1.25 mill. Need money quickly. SMS Donny 0819 1630 8994. Denpasar. [146] For Sale; Accoustic guitar with Dimarsio pick up, 6 channel mixer Laney cd630m with build in delay, 2 speakers Whaferdale Pro Rp. 6.000.000. Contact Andre 081 5577 8884. Canggu. [117]




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For Sale; Wireless Shure Marcad Diversity for guitar or microfone Rp. 2.500.000. Contact Andre 081 5577 8884. Canggu. [118] For Sale; Spearfish. Riffe Euro Series spearguns E-120 with riffe gorilla rubber power bands with Dyneema wishbone line, and 5 carbon fiber spear, Rp. 3,500,000. Please call 0859 3538 1700. Denpasar. [119] For Sale; Polo bag. Suitable for laptop or files, black, 3 left, sell only for Rp. 100.000. Contact 0857 3763 6021 for info or photos. Denpasar. [203] For Sale; Ex restaurant tools, equipment and interior: chiller, freezer, stove, cabinet, TV plasma, register machine, iMac computer, books, tables, chairs, DVD player, deep fryer, etc. Please contact 0812 3681 0597 or 0818 0566 6918. Kuta. [204] For Sale; Surfboard JC (Hawaii) 6.3” Thruster, good condition with Board cover Rp. 3 jt ONO. Picture available. Contact 0813 3850 4079. Bukit. [205]

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For Sale; Sofa bed fold out to make double bed. Navy blue colour, picture available, Rp. 1 juta ONO. Contact 0813 3850 4079. Bukit. [206] For Sale; Washing machine Electrolux model: EWF-8556, front load washer, 5.5 kg washing load, 850rpm spinning speed, 14 washing programmes, dimension: W600mm x D630mm x H850mm, buying price Rp. 5.000.000, 7month old, very good condition, price Rp. 4.500.000. Contact 0812 111 3653. Seminyak. [157] For Sale; Antique books, contains photos of painting collections of Indonesia’s first President. For collectors only. For prices and further informations, please call 085 6230 0615. Sanur. [158] For Sale; Electric guitar Epiphone LP Standard Rp. 3 million; Ibanez RG420EG Rp. 3.1 million; electric bass Hofner Rp. 3.1 million; electric bass Jakson USA Rp. 5 million. Please SMS 081 6194 9127. [201] C/E/G-5 May 10

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For Sale; 27inch LG TV and LG DVD player DV440. Bought separately for Rp. 3 mill and Rp. 400,000. Selling together for Rp. 2 mill. <>, 0818 0550 1776. Ubud. [194]

for Indonesians (employees, managers, company owners, students) – private or in group(s) Call now : Ms. Mastri (08155700664) for information Study with professional teacher in your private residence, office or in our classroom (with AC) info for land & property, please see NC/E/I-05 May 10

Wanted; Canggu Club membership. Call Ira at 0859 3525 3955. Kerobokan. [195] Wanted; Children stuff: slides, swings, gym, houses, cars etc for outdoor activities. Call Irina at 0859 3525 3955. Kerobokan. [196] For Sale; Make an offer. LG TV 21” Indovision parabola & decoder, voltage regulator. Acer laptop, LG fridge/ freezer, teak furniture, lamp, pictures & frames. Phone: Jill, 0361 270 047. Sanur. [197] For Sale; Korowai tribe (Papua) bow and arrow sets (4). Each bow with eight arrows. Rp. 1.5 million per set. 2 Kombao tribe (Papua) shields. Rp. 2.5 million each. Personal collection. Tel: 081 2396 1438. Ubud. [198]

For Sale; Handboek Voor Chevrolet 1929: Instructies Voor de Behandeling er het Onderhoud van de Chevrolet 1929. NV General Motor Java. Good condition. Call/ SMS to 0815 577 6415 or e-mail to <fame239@yahoo. com> for details & photo. Denpasar. [174] For Sale; Sony Ericsson K330, green on black, VGA camera, video, bluetooth, FM radio, Java, MP3 player, flashlight, memory 10MB, polyphonic, TFT 65K colours, still new, only used for one month. Rp. 350,000. Call/ SMS 0815 577 6415. Denpasar. [175] For Sale; Aspire 5583NWXMi Intel Core 2 Duo processor T5500 (1.66GHz) 14’1, 80 GB HDD, DVD super multy double layer. 1G DDR2, wireless Lan webcam 2MP. Sale for Rp. 6,55 mio. Please SMS/call: 081 7979 1229. Kuta. [176] Most people I ask little from. I try to give them much, and expect noting in return and I do very well in the bargain.

C/E/I-19 May 10

Bali Skeptic By Lee Roy LeRoi

Taking on the Facebook Follies “I want to be left alone.” – Greta Garbo, enigmatic screen star of the 1920s and 1930s People are often surprised to find that I am on Facebook. They assume that I am too cranky and crusty to get much joy out of something so social; they put me down as a curmudgeon who trolls the comments sections of online articles looking to pounce on the grammatically and logically challenged. I will admit to being often tempted – but when out of every 10 comments after an article, only one shows any sign of rational thought, not to mention proper spelling and syntax -- then the shameless display of ignorance overwhelms and kills any desire to waste time reproving fools. Now nothing has been more foolish recently than the flap over privacy concerns on Facebook, where Mark Zuckerberg and his cohorts are supposedly pushing the boundaries of propriety for managers of an online social network -- all in their attempt to make the Web site they created (or maybe stole, as has been alleged) into a money-making machine. It seems to me that people who have signed up for a free service – posting contact details, full information on where they work and where they went to school, and an identifiable profile picture – don’t have anything really to complain about. Facebooker, you have several hundred “friends” – most of whom you seldom see in person or for whom Facebook contact is the first you have been in touch with them in decades -- and you update constantly with “news” about what time you woke up or went to bed, what you had for breakfast, the movie you just watched, what your significant other did that was so awful, how hammered you got last night, your most recent insight into your feelings about your work and your boss -- and you want to complain that Facebook is stealing your privacy? I am one of the more than 300 million people who have joined Facebook since August 2008, helping to bring the number of users to more than 400 million as of February. Every time I have opened an “app” or a game, I have always received the same warning, that the program will make use of both my and my Facebook friends’ data – and I have never been able to get beyond that point to click “Accept.” I have had to decline the joy of being a Mafia don, a Farmville farmer or the caretaker of some digital pet – because I happen to believe it when a Web site with

obvious market research potential and purpose tells me that it is going to be spying on me and trying to glean anything it can from the sort of things I and my friends do. And it just gobsmacks me that people old enough to know better will pay for the privilege to spend time on these applications and games. I would like to say that it is their own private concern – but it is their concern and the concern of everyone that gets updates on what new level they have reached or what new crisis they are dealing with in their virtual world.

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We have been in the digital age now since the early 90s, with early adaptation going back another 10 years, and that’s plenty enough time for everyone – and I do mean everyone – to have learned that nothing done online can be considered private. Come to think of it, it’s also plenty of time for everyone to have learned not to hit “Reply All” when sending back the snarky reply to a friend’s company-wide e-mail and not to code in all your friends when setting up an evening rendezvous with that secretary who does not happen to be your wife. But perhaps those are unreasonable expectations when the people who are making the broadest and most insipid use of the newest technologies are the same ones that are daily posting evidence of their untrained and unkempt minds on forums, comment sections and Twitter. No one, it seems, heeds Mark Twain’s advice that “it is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt.”

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Montessori Bali For Children Aged 3 - 12 Years

Or people aren’t familiar with Garbo’s expansion on her notion of privacy: “There are many things in your heart you can never tell to another person. They are you, your private joys and sorrows, and you can never tell them. You cheapen yourself, the inside of yourself, when you tell them.” The problem is not in the thieving nature of Facebook; it is in the willingness of people to expose themselves completely, nakedly, in an online world for a bit of a laugh. Columns are also available online at E-mail is

Montessori provides a carefully prepared environment in which each child’s individual development is profoundly respected. Our program follows the principles of education set out by Dr. Maria Montessori. Our mixed-aged classes (3-6 year olds, 6-9 year olds and 9-12 year olds) are specifically designed to meet the physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs of children. Highly qualified Montessori directresses guide the development of each child, with English as the language of instruction. Because of the nature of our Montessori program, we accept children between the ages of 2 yrs–8 mths and 3 yrs–8 mths, or older children who have previously attended a Montessori program. School hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday to Friday. For further information please contact the school office between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on: 730 028 - (children aged 3-6 years) or 739 381/739 385 (children 6-12 years).

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By Stefanie St. Regis Bali Impresses Again with its German ‘Spargelkarte’ Menu (22nd – 30th May) The St. Regis Bali communicates sumptuousness through an impressive range of services of which its renowned butler service, eclectic dining options, Remède Spa, 3.668 square metres of swimmable lagoon, beachfront wedding venue and water sports centre are just a few examples. St. Regis’ Boneka and Kayuputi Restaurants – home to a remarkable two-storey wine cellar – have been recognised with a prestigious award by the reputable Wine Spectator Magazine. The resort itself was awarded with the title of ‘World’s 50 Best New Hotels’ by in November 2008. Since opening in September of that same year, St. Regis Bali has claimed noteworthy awards for its paramount accommodation, overall VIP service, exceptional architecture and superb location. Perhaps the most talked about admiration derives from Boneka Restaurant’s all-encompassing breakfast experience. The delicacies at the Boneka Sunday Brunch (Sundays throughout May) – such as the freshly squeezed vitamin drinks, subtle variations on St. Regis’s creation ‘Bloody Mary’, the envied Boneka Eggs Benedict, and fine selection of sashimi with organic miso soup – are complemented by live jazzy tunes and coated in the extravagant sweetness of chocolate fountains of which Willie Wonka himself would be envious. In addition to the much talked about Sunday Brunch, St. Regis Bali invites all who love a sumptuous six-course degustation dinner featuring the time-honoured ‘Spargelkarte’ menu – German white asparagus – combined with Russian caviar, Bali Lobster Tail and excellent wines selected by four-time Wine Spectator Award Winner, Harald Wiesmann, to enjoy the German tradition from 22nd until 30th May at the renowned resort. St. Regis Bali Nusa Dua: 8478 111 or 300 6782 Galungan Festival (12th – 22nd May)

Galungan – a celebration to honour the spirits and the Creator of the Universe – takes place twice a year. The festival is of great importance to the Balinese as it symbolises the victory of good over evil through the descent of the gods and ancestors’ spirits to earth. Hari Raya Galungan is all about gratitude towards these spirits. The colourful food and flower sacrifices, rituals and festivities that go hand in hand with this humongous celebration are meant to welcome and entertain the visiting spirits, as well as to express hopes for protection. The island takes on a different form during Galungan. Tall bamboo poles called ‘penjor’ – the Balinese’s version of Christmas trees, if you will – are decorated with fruit, coconut leaves and flowers, and are flaunted on the right-hand-side of each islander’s home. Quite a pretty sight for passersby. The gods and ancestors that have made their way down from the skies return on Kuningan, the day that concludes this momentous celebration. Earth Healing Workshop by Tri Hita Karana Bali (21st May) From delicious food and ancient culture to earth healing! We cover it all! Tri Hita Karana Bali Foundation (Centre for

permaculture education) invites you to receive inspiration, empowerment and a chance to connect with our planet. Are you ready to heal yourself and the planet? The exceptional programme includes ‘Healing our bodies and the Earth with Mushrooms’, ‘Seed Saving and Creating a Seed Bank’, ‘Sustainable Cooking’, and ‘Sustaining the Art of Batik, Weaving and Natural Dyeing’, amongst other themed workshops. The name ‘Tri Hita Karana’ was derived from Sanskrit. In Balinese culture the three words are of great importance as they symbolise the three aspects believed to bring about wellbeing (Tri means three, Hita means wellbeing, and Karana means cause). The harmonious relationships toward wellbeing are (1) spiritual environment – the relationship between humans and God – (2) social environment – the relationship between humans and their fellow man – (3) natural environment – the relationship between humans and the universe, environment and other creatures.The harmony between these three aspects is believed to generate maximum benefit to human beings; spiritually, mentally and physically. Learn more about this inspiring organisation and its members at Where : Pejeng, 10 minutes east of Ubud (For directions, call Pak Tri: 7943 225) Time : 9.30 am – 12.30pm Price : Free for Indonesian citizens – IDR100.000 for non-Indonesians Contact and reservation: or Desa Seni (from 22nd May onward) Yoga Classes by Lisa Esposito Desa Seni is very excited to welcome Lisa Esposito oga as their resident yoga teacher. She is a certified yoga instructor from the United States and has trained in Vinyasa, Bikram, Yi n , A n u s a r a , Meditation, and Pranayama, which she incorporates in her teaching style. She teaches in a way that is light-hearted, informative and engaging. Kundalani and Ecstatic Dance Retreat Daphna Dor and Ellen Watson guide you back to your original state of freedom and joy by merging yoga and dance. Outside guests are welcome. See below for dates, times and prices. Where: All classes take place at Desa Seni Village Resort, Jalan Subak Sari # 13 in Canggu Dates and Times: • 22nd May: Class starts at 5.30pm • 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th May: Class starts at 7.30am AND at 3.15pm • 27th May: Class starts at 7.30am Prices for Outside Guests: • All Workshops: IDR2.200.000 • Morning and Evening Classes for 1 Day: IDR600.000 • Only Morning OR Only Evening Classes: IDR1.300.000 Contact and Reservation: 844 6392 or

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What Is It and What Can You Do To Extend It The oldest documented living human in the world today is Eugenie Blanchard of France who is currently 114 years of age. However, there are also countless other men and women who are alive and well who are over 100 years of age, and who are in fact living a very fulfilling life well into their second century. In fact this figure in the USA alone is thought to be over 54,000 people. What does this indicate? It is clear from these statistics that the potential for humans to live well beyond 100 years does exist. Why do some people live to well over 100 years without any hint of any serious illness, whilst others barely manage to get to 70? I am sure you all know of someone who is blessed with great health, is vibrant and full of life and who looks much younger than their age. You may well think that they are just lucky as they have been born with great genes. However can genetics be the reason that some people can live longer and healthier than others? Well not really. You see researchers believe that genetics accounts for only between 5-15% of what determines our lifespan, so from this we can say that genetics is not the major factor in determining our life potential. Our life potential is therefore not made up of just our genetic predisposition to health, but is made up of many factors. Let’s look at this in more detail now.

Life Potential So you now know that you do have the potential to live to well over 100 years of age, as countless others just like you have already proven, and you know that your genetics does not really play a big role in this. I think it is a crying shame that since we all have the life potential of at least 100 years, the vast majority of us succumb to a deadly illness by the age of 70 years, or even earlier. This is a waste or a loss of 30-40 years of life potential! But there are ways you can prevent this waste of your life, and there numerous choices you can make that can help you to maximize your life potential. Barring a serious and life ending accident, you most certainly have a large say in what ultimately will be your life potential. You have the power in your hands right at this very moment to make the choices in your life that will most certainly add extra years to your life potential. If you don’t act now and make the right decisions and choices in your life, you may well wake up one day when you are 50, 60 or even 70 years old and look and feel very unwell. You may have developed a serious degenerative disease which is causing you to age at a very rapid rate and which is also drastically reducing your life potential. You may then think to yourself that there is no way you are going to get to your life potential of say 114 years, and guess what? You’re probably right! You potential was 114 but not anymore. You see the trouble is that if you don’t act early enough by taking the necessary steps and making the correct lifestyle changes, by the time disease strikes it may well be too late to be able to regain your lost life potential. The earlier you start making the necessary changes to your life the more chance you have of reaching your life potential. But even if you do have a serious illness, it is never too late to make changes no matter how serious your condition at any given moment. So don’t give up hope as if you have the determination and willpower, anything is possible.

How You Can Maximize Your Life Potential Just how then can you make certain that you maximize your life potential? Let’s start with the simple things you can do and the lifestyle choices you can make that will have a huge bearing on your life potential. 1) Nutrition – there is no doubt in my mind that eating the correct foods for your body and cells that will keep them nourished and healthy is one of the most profound ways to extend your life span. As Hippocrates once said “let your food be your medicine and let your medicine be your food”. What is the correct food for a long life span? Complete whole foods in their natural state are the closest we can get to our perfect foods. This includes fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, whole grains, raw dairy (preferably cultured), and organic or wild meats. Small frequent meals are much better than a few large ones. There is no one diet that fits all unfortunately no matter what others may say. The exact combination of macro nutrients (protein, fats and carbohydrates) for your particular metabolic type is unique to you. A metabolic typing assessment is required to determine your exact diet.

2) Water – make certain that you body and organs receive enough of this most crucial substance every day. Failure to do so will result in chronic dehydration and will lead to disease and sickness and a short life span. How much is enough? That depends on many factors including where you live and your activity level – however I would say a minimum of 2-3 litres of pure clean distilled or reverse osmosis water is required daily. 3) Oxygen – the other crucial substance for your cells in order to function at their peak and to produce enough ATP (energy) on a daily basis. You can boost your blood and tissue oxygen levels by exercising regularly, practicing deep breathing exercises, doing exercise with oxygen therapy, or by having whole body ozone therapy. The latter is one of the ultimate age reversal therapies that I can think of, and will go a long way towards extending your life potential. 4) Hormone Balance – make sure you keep your hormones balanced as you age, as low hormone levels are a precursor to aging and disease. Women need to have saliva tests for estrogen and progesterone as well as cortisol, thyroid and DHEA. Men require additional tests for testosterone. Both sexes require human growth hormone testing. If your hormones are low, bring them back up to normal levels using bio-identical or natural hormones. This is a key to maximize your life potential. 5) Exercise – it not only boosts your body’s oxygen levels it also has been proven to extend your lifespan. Make sure you are regularly including exercise in your daily activities, as this is one sure fire way of reduce the incidence of cancer or heart disease which are the 2 biggest reasons most of us die well before our life potential. 6) Remove stress – there is no doubt that stress shortens your lifespan so you must take action now to remove this killer from your life. If you are doing a job that is causing you daily stress, take action immediately to find another job that is stress free. Start meditating daily and focusing on the wonderful things you have in your life right at this moment and on exactly how you would like your life to be in your perfect world. 7) Life of purpose – to live a long, healthy and happy life you have to be doing something purposeful and meaningful. You need to find what you true passion is in life and focus all your attention and energy on this. It may well be something completely different from what you are doing at the moment. You may have a success ful job or business but are you really passionate about what you are doing? Does it make you wake up every morning full of vitality rearing to go? If not, then you haven’t yet found your true life purpose, and your life will never be complete. Once you do find your true passion, you will have a new zest for life: you will feel like a kid with a new toy – everyday! You will feel that work is play and your energy and enthusiasm will be boundless.

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Breath through it You do it up to 22,000 times a day. But as it happens, most of us spend our entire lives breathing the wrong way, which can have some surprising negative effects on our health. Now that science has finally caught up to what yogis have been preaching for years, we know that proper breathing can help ease an overstressed mind, as well as play a big role in averting or alleviating heart disease, allergies, and weight-gain.Breathing is so simple - and free! People can’t believe it works as a healing and preventative tool. Here are some breathing techniques that might work for you…

Anxiety “When you’re anxious, you limit your breaths,” says James S. Gordon, M.D., founder and director of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington. “When you confine your breaths to your chest instead of using your diaphragm, you increase the anxiety.” The key to chilling out lies in calming your sympathetic nervous system (your body’s fight-or-flight engine, which releases adrenaline and stress hormones) and triggering your parasympathetic nervous system, which controls your rest and digest functions and helps your muscles (and your mind) unwind.

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Try This: Alternate Nostril Breathing This technique lowers your pulse rate and diastolic blood pressure, according to a study at Nepal Medical College. (The higher a young woman’s diastolic blood pressure, the greater her risk for heart attack, stroke, and kidney failure.) David Magone, founder of the breath-oriented PranaVayu yoga practice, explains how to do it: Sit cross-legged and close your eyes. Use the thumb of your right hand to block your right nostril, and inhale deeply through the left for about six seconds. Now, cover your left nostril with the fourth finger of your right hand, release your right nostril, and exhale slowly for six seconds. With your left nostril blocked, breathe in through your right side for six seconds; then cover your right nostril again, release your left, and exhale for six seconds. Repeat the entire sequence for at least two minutes.

Weight gain If you’ve put on a few pounds, it might have as much to do with what’s in your head as what’s on your plate. “Emotional stress can cause weight gain,” says Dean Ornish, M.D., president of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute in Sausalito, California. “It speeds the conversion of calories to fat because you’re more likely to overeat or make unhealthy choices when stressed.” Manage the stress, and you’ll manage the weight. A great way to do that: Focus on slowing down your breathing, which will help reduce stress hormones.

Try This: The Pursed-Lip Breath Slow, practiced breathing makes you more aware of your actions, so you’re better able to lower your stress level and get a handle on overeating, McGonigal says. She suggests a four-second nasal inhale followed by an eight-second exhale through puckered lips (as if exhaling through a straw). Another option: the Hindu breathing method called Ujjayi. Inhale through your nose for six seconds, then exhale through your mouth for six seconds as if you’re trying to fog up a mirror, making a “hahhhh” sound while pulling in your abdomen. On your next breath, try making the same noise with your mouth closed. It should sound like a seashell against your ear, McGonigal notes. If you sound more like Darth Vader, you’re probably doing it too forcefully ;- ) Natalie is the founder of THE ART OF BODY - a health services company in Bali that features personal training, pilates and physio. As a health consultant with years of experience in Canada and USA, she currently lives as a personal trainer in Bali. For further inquiries please visit : or e-mail : or 081 2389 0999. You can read all past articles of The Art of Body at Copyright © 2010 Natalie Kashani

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By Kim A. Patra SRN/RM.

BABIES….When to hit the panic button! Becoming a parent for the first time is amazing, but it can also be scary -- especially the first time your baby gets sick. It can be tempting to hit the panic button for every little cough or rash. How can you tell what’s serious, what’s just new parent jitters, and what can wait until your baby’s next checkup? Here are six serious symptoms in babies that you should never ignore. 1. Blue lips (cyanosis) If your baby’s lips are turning blue, or the mucus membranes in their mouth or tongue turn blue, this is a sign that they are not getting enough oxygen. This condition is known as cyanosis. What should you do? Take your child to the nearest emergency room ASAP. I prefer Prima Medika but if you are closer to another facility go there. If you are in a country with a 911 or 000 ambulance service dial them. On this Island it is usually faster to drive yourself. 2. Strained breathing All babies grunt and groan from time to time. But if their breathing is consistently hard and fast (over 50 / min) and you can see that they are using their chest muscles more than they should be and that their nose flares out, it may be a sign of respiratory distress. What should you do? (Same as for cyanosis.) 3. Fever over 100.4 F or 38 C (in newborns) If your infant is less than two months and has a rectal temperature greater than 100.4 F, (38C) this could indicate a serious disease or infection. What should you do? Always take a newborn’s temperature rectally because other ways are not as accurate in newborns. Visit your doctor if your newborn has a fever. A fever is not always serious in older children with more developed immune systems. 4. Worsening jaundice (yellowing of the skin) If your newborn is getting yellower and yellower after birth, he or she may have worsening jaundice. Not all jaundice is dangerous. Some is normal and will go away on its own, but if it is increasing as opposed to going away, and if baby is very sleepy and difficult to feed it may need evaluation. Bilirubin is a by-product of the normal breakdown of red blood cells. This is then processed by the liver, however in new-borns the liver is not yet functioning 100%. If bilirubin levels skyrocket, they can affect the brain, causing seizures and permanent damage. What should you do? Most doctors will recommend feeding your infant more frequently, so that the baby gets rid of excess bilirubin in his or her stool. The next step is to place the baby under ultraviolet (UV) lights (phototherapy) to increase the breakdown of bilirubin. 5. Dehydration If your baby is not making wet diapers, we worry about dehydration. We like to see one diaper for every day old up to six days of age, and then six wet diapers a day going forward. That at least means two diapers for two day-olds, three diapers for three-day-olds, and so on. Others signs of severe dehydration may include dry mouth, sunken eyes, and lethargy.

What should you do? Call your pediatrician for advice ASAP. Baby may need an infant electrolyte-replacement fluid, such as Pedialyte. Water is actually not good to give a baby in these situations because it can cause sodium levels to fall, and this can lead to seizures. 6. Throwing up bright green bile Kids throw up a lot. They throw up from coughing too hard, crying too hard, eating too much, and from the occasional stomach bug. If they throw up greenish bile, however, it can be serious. Vomit that looks like dark coffee grounds can also be serious. Green bile can indicate that the intestines are blocked, which needs immediate attention. Vomit that looks like ground coffee grounds may be a sign of internal bleeding. Vomiting after sustaining a head injury will also require evaluation because it is a sign of a concussion.. What should you do? Head injuries, with our without vomiting, should be evaluated by a doctor. Visit your pediatrician immediately, and follow his or her advice, or go to an emergency room. In general, it’s always better to be safe than sorry. When in doubt, have the condition checked anyways. Recall of Kids’ Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec, Benadryl 43 Liquid Child/Infant Products Recalled by Johnson and Johnson’s McNeil Division May 2, 2010 -- Manufacturing defects have led to the recall of 43 child and infant liquid formulations of Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec, and Benadryl by McNeil, a division of Johnson & Johnson. No injuries or deaths have yet been reported. The voluntary recall follows an April 19 FDA inspection of a McNeil plant in Fort Washington, Pa. that uncovered “manufacturing deficiencies,” the Washington Post reports. The company says the chances of injury from one of the recalled products are “remote.” Yet consumers are warned not to use the recalled products. “Some of the products included in the recall may contain a higher concentration of active ingredient than is specified; others may contain inactive ingredients that may not meet internal testing requirements; and others may contain tiny particles,” a company news release states. If children who have taken the recalled products have unusual symptoms, parents are urged to contact a health care professional. McNeil did not say how many units were being recalled, but the number likely is huge. Recalled products were distributed in the U.S., Canada, Dominican Republic, Dubai (UAE), Fiji, Guam, Guatemala, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Panama, Trinidad & Tobago, and Kuwait.For a full list of recalled produce go to (Excerpts Web MD May 2nd 2010)

Kim Patra is a qualified registered nurse and midwife who has been living and working in Bali for almost 20 years. She now runs her own private practice and medical referral service from her Kuta office. Kim is happy to discuss any health concerns with you and she may be contacted via e-mail at or Hp. 081 2366 0000. Copyright © 2010 Kim Patra You can read all past articles of Sickness & in Health at


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Rinse & refresh your facial + + skin with a toner or spritz, apply a + + light eye cream & a skin tinted mois+ + turizer with inbuilt sun protection. + + Do try eyelash & brow tinting, this + + treatment can make a huge difference one of the best features of your + + to face, then you can forget eye pencils/ + mascara for during the day, just apply your fave lipstick. At night, make up as + Hair, if long, pull back into a ‘tail’, or try a French pleat looks great (night or + + usual. day) or comb back & wear a hair band, plenty of choice from simple to fabulous! + Perfume, wear little! use an eau de cologne, spray in a spot that ‘won’t see the + + sun’ as the sun isn’t kind to most skin that is drenched with fragrance in the tropics + (resulting in a skin rash or allergy). + + + Some readers have asked about Deodorant, what is the best to use, many don’t + work (too light). Try a Natural Crystal, try the health shops here & are particu- + + larly good for sensitive skin. Otherwise, get a friend to bring one in from overseas. + There are lots of mosquitoes about, I find if you apply some pure Citronella Oil + + + around ankles & inside wrists. + + Spoiled Hairdressers great for – good haircuts/ trims, + color & highlights, they also do eyelash/brow tinting, & of course pedicures/mani- + + + cures. Remember, Red is In for nails, particularly toes, natural for finger tips. + + And so, about ‘going grey’ (and it’s not only ‘those of a certain age’, but plenty of + younger people too, depends on those genes!) and am directing these comments + + to the guys as well. Spoiled Hairdressers (with fingers on the pulse for new trends) + noted that models working the overseas catwalks have had ‘grey streaks’ + + have applied to their hair. Actually, I saw ‘this look’ myself on Fashion TV recently & + thought this is perhaps the ideal way to treat hair that is starting to go grey at the + + + temples. + The method is quite simple, fine strands of your own hair (that is grey at the + is taken from the front of the head, a bleach applied (to take the color + + roots) right out of your own natural hair) & then when the hair is ready, a toner is + applied to the same fine strands, which when dry, will give an overall + + + appearance, of a fresh & natural lookwith soft ash tones throughout. + This is perhaps the most effective & natural looking way of dealing with grey hair + + coming through, however, many ladies will continue to color their entire head of + or stay blonde forever! The bleach, toner process & lifting the fine strands out + + hair can take a couple of hours, this is what it usually takes to have highlights done. + + But it’s defi nitely worth it, (this process is initially done to the front of the + hairline & it takes time, making sure that the required fine strands have been + + ‘picked out’ for the treatment). Of course with a complete head of grey roots, + may be tempted to color all over, otherwise the above treatment is an option + + you or just go grey as nature intended. Whatever way you want to approach ‘going + + grey’ it’s really is up to you! Spoiled Hairdressers, Jl Umalas 2, No 90, Umalas, T: 847 5141 + + + + + Glo Day Spa – for all beauty treatments that are wonderful, performed + in luxe surrounds. Did you know & have you tried, Eyelash Perming? Well, a + + friend of mine who visits Bali on a regular basis has this treatment done every time + + she visits & it does make a difference, especially for short &/or straight eyelashes. + Remember, you can’t mix eyelash tinting with lash perming at the same + + + appointment, give a week apart at least between each treatment. + So, firstly you will need about one & a half hours, my friend tells me that it’s + + relaxing, so, if no time, wait until you feel the need to unwind & then have this + + treatment done! The perming must be performed by a well trained operator (Glo, + of course) and if performed correctly you will have nicely curled lashes for about + + four weeks (until your lashes are replaced by natural attrition) + + An experienced operator will wind your lashes onto a mini rod (ensuring that + + all fine lashes have been wound onto the rod, then a solution is applied) & + now this is the time when you can lie back & relax. After the required time, the + will rinse the solution off, but just ask for a wet cotton ball or bud, & + + operator wipe away any residue yourself. Now, look into the mirror, your eyes will ‘look + wide open’, your lashes will curl more than usual, such a pretty & youthful look! + + + Kunti Plaza, Jl. Kunti #119, Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia. + And, a beauty salon for men & women, Body Beauty Balance has recently opened + + on Jl Petitenget No 12b, Kerobokan. (opposite Warung Europa) The difference, + salon offers a traditional Male’s Barber Grooming Club! More to come about + + this the men’s barber shop, T: 9940095 Hp: 087860772037 + + For comments & inquiries, email: + + +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


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ABOUT FACE - By Shari circulation to regenerate production of collagen and elastin, keeping the skin healthy and firm and most important the mask, which provides nourishment to the skin depending on the skin’s requirements as to the type of mask used. A traditional facial mask will refresh the face, leaving the skin plumper and softer. There are a multitude of commercial masks available for different purposes, which control oil, provide moisture and nutrients, firming or lifting, reduce wrinkles or some infuse the skin with collagen. Here are some wonderful places to get your face back in top condition to face the world and have a smooth hair-free body. Face Mask

We all want to look our best with radiant faces, but beauty is more than just skin deep, these treatments actually benefit our bodies. The face is usually the first thing we notice about a person that reflects the state of health. A clear radiant face glowing with health is found on almost all children and is the ideal of everyone. Women and men spend fortunes on face creams and elixirs promising to give them a radiant wrinkle free face. Unfortunately we’re not all born with perfect skin but with a healthy diet, regular facials and good skin care products we can achieve a clear healthy face. The skin needs lots of vegetables and fruit to provide nutrients for the skin. Alcohol dries the skin and smoking causes damage to the skin and wrinkles around the mouth. But even if we don’t follow a totally healthy lifestyle, we can still have good looking skin by taking care of it. A daily cleansing program is vital to healthy skin, both in the morning and at night. While we sleep at night, the body repairs itself, so applying a night cream is extremely beneficial after the age of 26. During the day apply a sunscreen to protect against harmful UVA rays, which causes the most damage to our skin. In Bali, we can’t avoid them, so protect yourself. Contrary to popular belief, acne is not caused by eating chocolate or fried food but it is a hormonal imbalance causing excess sebum in the skin. Some people are born with oily skin, which in later life is actually a blessing as the skin is slower to dry out and wrinkle. But as a teenager oily skin is a curse. The occasional outbreak of pimples is normal for most teenagers usually caused by stress or a bad diet. But severe acne is a nightmare to live through with red pustules covering the face. The pustules can easily spread and become infected, sometimes resulting in scarring. This person cannot have a facial but they require professional help from a doctor to remedy the cause. Unless you have severe acne, having regular facials will improve your skin dramatically. If your skin is in bad condition you may need 2 or 3 facials a week for a month to restore the skin to a state of health. Then the number of facials may be reduced to once a week and eventually once or twice a month. Traditional facials use fresh fruits, nuts, herbs, roots, clays or honey to give excellent results or commercial products are often used in salons, clinics and spas. Some of these may contain vitamins, acids, chemicals and even diamond or gold dust! The facial product industry is huge with the best products hailing from Europe, US and Australia. It’s not just the women who spend small fortunes on these products but men have realized that they need to take care of their skin to remain youthful looking. Many companies now offer products especially for men, who have different skin than women. Men’s skin is not only thicker but also contains more sebum, which makes them age slower and more gracefully. Now we know why men continue to look younger than their wives as they age. The benefits of a facial include: to thoroughly cleanse the face and remove black & white heads from the pores; the scrub or peel removes the dead skin, which stimulates the production of new skin cells; the face massage increases the blood

Glo Day Spa is a great place to go for a facial and waxing. It has a clean modern décor and uses products imported from Australia and USA. The staff has been very well trained, providing professional service like in Australia. For waxing services, they recommend using Mancine hard wax to reduce redness in sensitive areas such as bikini, eyebrow and underarm and Mancine Olive strip wax for other areas of the body. I also had a wonderful facial ritual using Decleor, French aromatherapy products. The face massage was fantastic and lasted at least 20 minutes of bliss. My face glowed with health afterwards. Prices start at 80.000 for waxing and face rituals 280.000. 20% discount available for resident members. 361738 689 Prana Spa at the Villas remains the most exotic spa in Bali, fashioned after a Rajastan palace. Internationally renowned Pevonia spa products, which are aromatherapy based from France, are used for their facial treatments with wonderful scents that deliver great results. Balancing for oily and combination skin, Escutox and Caviar Luxe for anti aging, Men’s Revival and Lightening for dull skin. I tried the Lightening facial which gave me a brighter and radiant face. 15% Discount for KITAS and locals. Prices start at $75. US + tax . 361730840 Le Beaute has become a beauty Mecca for “waxing queen” Mufi. Her faithful ex-pat ladies have followed her to her new domain, a clean and modern salon tastefully decorated in Kerobokan. The friendly staff give a wonderful relaxing facial using Clinique or Biokos products with modern high frequency and vacuum equipment. The face massage is very soothing. My face looked brighter and eaute g Le B n i x a more relaxed when I W looked in the mirror. The waxing service is unsurpassed with quick efficient attention to detail. Mufi makes her own blend of honey and Australian wax, which is all natural. Mufi takes pride in delivering great service at incredibly cheap prices! Have 8 treatments and get 1 free! Clinique facial 150.000 & Biokos facial 100.000. Waxing starts at 20.000 361-847-6074

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Jamu Spa located at Alam Kul Kul Hotel in Kuta and Ku Tanjung Sari Hotel in Sanur Ta are traditional spas offering ar all natural treatments, esal pecially the all natural fape cials consisting of fruit and ci nuts or their own exclusive nu brand of organic facial br products available in Green pr tea for oily skin, Pure for te sensitive skin and Rose for se dry skin. They start off with dr a lovely footbath ritual before the facial. After the fo

mask was applied, the therapist put a dab of fresh honey on my lips to moisten and heal them with a delicious taste. During the mask phase the therapist gave me a relaxing foot massage. When I looked in the mirror after the treatment, my face was brighter, smoother and rehydrated. 50% discount for locals and 20% for KITAS. Prices of facials $45.00 + tax. 0361-704581/ 742-7121 Miracle Aesthetic Clinic located in Renon and Kuta Galleria is definitely the place to go for a facial that will show you results. They have 11 facials for every skin type from acne, whitening, detox calming, oxy peel, anti aging, men refreshing, meso dermic and intensive oxygen facial. Start with a consultation with a dermatologist to determine the best treatment for your skin type, and then go to the hygienic treatment room with your therapist. I tried the 2 hour popular intensive oxygen facial, which was amazing. After cleansing and scrubbing, a very cold mask was applied to my face to Miracle Therapist draw out the white & black heads to be extracted later. After the hydrating mask she sprayed pure oxygen over the face before applying moisturizer and sun block. All products are imported from Canada and US. Prices start at 190.000 and discounts on packages. 361-246149 or 361-769019 Home Base Spa on Jalan Dynapura has all the modern equipment to give an effective facial. Their facials range from a 1 hour traditional facial to a 2 hour anti-aging facial plus a revitalizing facial using ultrasonic to lift and tone sagging facial muscles. The final results reflected a firmer looking face with my former fine lines erased. Prices start at 85.000 for a pure m facial to 150.000 for the anti-aging facial. 361-738856 fa Body Works in Seminyak is popular for waxing and facials B using Sari Ayu and Biokos products. They have a new natural u Bio- lifting facial, which promises younger and firmer appearB ing skin. The practitioner offered to tidy up my eyebrows with in tweezers. She also gave me a nice hand and arm massage tw during the mask phase. Afterwards, my face looked firmer and d rradiant. For waxing, they use imported hot wax from Australia. Prices start at: waxing 44.000 and facials 145.000. 361P 733317 7 Queen Rose Spa located in Jimbaran, just south of McDonalds is a haven for primarily Japanese clients. They offer a fresh fruit facial and a Japanese imported Eucalyptus facial mask, which is a fitted tissue infused with eucalyptus to rejuvenate and refresh the skin. You’ll love the foot massage whilst you relax during the mask phase. 50% discount for KITAS and locals. Prices start at $31.50 + 21% tax & service. D’Cut salon located behind Bali Deli have recently moved into larger premises with a spacious salon for hair and nail services and cosy cubicles for facials, waxing and massage. Their facial products range from La Tulipe & Biokos to Australian Nu Skin products using modern equipment and their special acupressure face massage. Prices start at 85.000 361-9604100 Copyright 2010 Shari

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Ma Jian: An exile’s perspective on China By Uma Anyar ‘There is a saying that the further you stand from the mountains, the more clearly you see them. China is completely lacking in self-awareness and as someone who has stepped outside that society, I have a responsibility to write about it as I see It.’ Ma Jian Ma Jian is certainly a writer to be reckoned with, not only by the Chinese Communist Government, who banned his short story collection, Stick Out Your Tongue (1987), but also by semi–romantic, Western liberal readers like myself, who view all things Tibetan through a hazy mystical lens of awe and wonder. Reading Stick Out Your Tongue, without any preparatory contextual mental framework, felt like an awakening slap across the face. It’s been awhile since a writer has affected me in such a way. Ma Jian’s writing is unadorned; his stories are disturbing, and very compelling. Stick out your Tongue (as with all his works) was translated by his life partner, Flora Drew, and published in English in 2007. The book’s most remarked upon feature was that traditional Tibetan culture was depicted as harsh and often inhuman. Guy Mannes-Abbott, writing for The Independent, noted that the “stories sketch multi-generational incest, routine sexual abuse and ritual rape. His writing hums with longings and shrieks, while his ambivalence is unadulterated. The effect is to make events with an almost anthropological distance so urgently real that they make you gasp. This is how Ma transports us to places and times we’re unlikely to experience, and why these narratives are winning.” And I would add that these are stories that have the power to alter a reader’s worldview. The book was banned in China as a “vulgar and obscene book that defames the image of our Tibetan compatriots.” Following the banning, Ma Jian left Beijing, in 1987 for Hong Kong, then he moved on to Germany after Hong Kong was returned to China. He now lives in London with Flora Drew and their son. Ma Jian was born in Qingdao, China, in 1953. He worked as a photojournalist for the state run newspaper. But he became disgusted with his job just as his marriage was falling apart, so he took off and traveled around China for three years in the 1980s. Red Dust (1987)) was the resulting travelogue, which won the Thomas Cook Travel Book Award in 2002. Some commentators have called Red Dust the On the Road

of China. Ma himself has written “I left Beijing because I wanted to be alone and to forge my own path, but I know now that no path is solitary, we all tread across other people’s beginnings and ends.” The Noodle Maker, (2004) Ma Jian’s satirical novel, allows us a humorous, yet profound, glimpse of ordinary Chinese individuals trying to survive under a system that dictates their every move. Extraordinary characters inspire him, their lives pulled and pummeled by fate and politics, as if they are balls of dough in the hands of an all-powerful noodle maker. Ma has a mission. He talks about a writer’s responsibility to truth, human rights, and freedom of speech/opinion. To say that Ma Jian’s books are political is accurate, but they are not merely polemical. His characters and their stories are memorable, even haunting. His latest novel, Beijing Coma, (2008) has been hailed a masterpiece. The Financial Times called it “an epic yet intimate work that deserves to be recognized and to endure as the great Tiananmen novel.” Briefly, it covers the Tiananmen Square massacre. But it moves into the present through the main character, an activist protester, who was hit by a soldier’s bullet and has been in a coma for a decade. He awakens finally when a sparrow lands on his naked chest to discover the new materialistically compliant Chinese world. He finds himself confused by the changes and decides he prefers his inner world of dreams and images to the tawdry reality he has awoken into.

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He has been called the Solzhenitsyn of China’s amnesiac surge towards superpower status. “When history is erased, people’s moral values are also erased,” he says. “It was from a sense of rage at this whitewashing of history that I felt the need to bear witness.” In dictatorships, there must be “a constant struggle between the authorities who want to control history and the writers who want to grab hold of it and reclaim it.” Unlike Ma Jian’s fictional comatose narrator, Dai Wei, in Beijing Coma, who functions as a metaphor for the ability to remember and the inability to act, Ma Jian’s rage and writings are weapons against political repression and time’s amnesiatic power to sweep history’s atrocities into the dustbin. In other words, words matter, people’s stories matter. History matters. Perhaps, Ma Jian did not choose his mission. It chose him. The Ubud Writers & Readers Festival is honored to host Ma Jian and his translator, Flora Drew, at this year’s event from 6 – 10 October, 2010. C/U/G-10 March 10

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fighters; he never went back to Europe. His once famous restaurant in Jl Kajeng has just re-opened after renovations, with fun gimmicks for happy hour (roll 2 dice for your discount), great cocktails, friendly staff who always remember your name and yummy, well-presented food. I’m Soup Queen, so I had both the excellent Sop Buntut and a tasty Mexican chicken soup. The new pizzazz comes from powerhouse young Indonesian business woman, Melida Weber - adopted daughter of longtime (German) Ubud locals Manfred and Karen - who leaves the day to day running to her excellent chef, while she works as General Manager of The Edge Villa Resort, next to Bulgari. Bookings ph 0361 975 699 (closed Mondays). Also check out the small art galley and the bungalows that still support Han’s Balinese family. LITTLE YOGIC WARRIOR Send in your snapped delights! In this workshop at Bali Spirit Festival’s family day, Duncan Wong - yoga guru to Sting and Madonna - is clearly being put through his paces by an Indonesian star of the future. LINKING ORGANIC FROM UBUD TO THE WORLD How’d you like to be a “Visionary Founding Sponsor”? A social entrepreneurial website set up from Ubud intends to link all Indonesia’s organic related information to buyers and other interested parties. Small-scale farmers and producers often lack skills to distribute effectively to global markets or are reluctant to convert to organic without a marketing solution. CV Dunia dan Gaia is helping educators, project managers, students, farmers and producers. And like many new businesses, they need financial backing. Visit to see how 10 million juta a year can help give Indonesia’s small organic farmers access to knowledge, marketing and research. CLEAR CAFÉ A vibrant living bamboo wall by the footpath, the “feel at home” intent that begins when you take your sandals off at the front door, the zany interior – modern cathedral meets Javanese trad. Quirky, delicious food combinations, Tropical tuna with wasabi mashed potato and a peppery gravy, for example, mmmm, lots of RAW recipes, unusual vegan combinations, a very short but sweet list of over the top Raw desserts. No alcohol, but again an inventive drinks list. A lot of people are visiting this new spot over and over again. I’ve been to three big farewells there lately, for visitors wouldn’t have dreamed of having their last night anywhere else. OLD FASHIONED FRUIT JUICE! So many wonderful cafes with soooo many delicious juices. But it’s still worth making the trip up to Bedegul or one of the other mountain fruits markets, to buy kilos and kilos of wonderful, exotic fresh fruit. Of try this little old-fashioned fruit stall at Warung Dedy’s in Jl Raya Peliatan. Still squeezed the way granma did it. Lishus.

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Say What? Question: I work in an assembly production, pulling orders. This one girl I work with is fast and competitive, and it’s as if she wants to show the boss how fast she is. I can keep up with her for the most part, but sometimes I get a little behind. She starts off the line, and we pulled orders. I check the orders and finish the work. If I don’t keep up with the pace she sets, she starts throwing boxes and having fits because she says she is in a hurry to get things done. Lately, she has been trying to be really fast and to show off for the boss. She is in charge of setting up the line and is supposed to make enough boxes for the orders. But she sends only one box per order down the line and, when the orders require more than one box, I have to chase down boxes or else make them myself. This is not how the job is supposed to be done. Say, for example, I have an 80-piece order. She should have at least 4 boxes set up on the line for me, but she is putting up only one box per order. That’s when I have to hunt down boxes that are up in front with her, and this slows me down. Her job is to make enough boxes -- or at least close to enough boxes. But, when the boss comes around, she points at me and talks about how fast she is, and how slow I am. She does all these little things to slow me down. She started pulling these tricks when she realized that I have no problem otherwise keeping up with her. She takes energy drinks and pops pills that make her even more wired and driven. I do not mind a fast worker but, when she pulls these tricks of hers, I do not appreciate it at all. It just makes me angry and makes me work much harder than I would otherwise have to. She goes around telling people she is the best and the fastest. She even told one other guy we work with that she works so fast that, if he came and worked with her, she would make him cry. That’s how fast she claims to be. How can I deal with her without telling on her? Dr. ZZ: I wish there were a quick and easy fix to your dilemma. The fact is that people can -- and often will at some point – behave inappropriately and make life difficult. The only remedy is to become adept at handling such situations in a manner that leaves your integrity intact. If this girl is violating a standard of operation, I would ask her directly for her cooperation. Then, if she fails to attempt to change, I would report her to her supervisor. If, on the other hand, the need for her to change is just a preference on your end, then you will probably have to grin and make the

most of it. Look for a win in the long run or for the wisdom to see things differently. Question: My Western daughter got married two months ago to an Indonesian man whom she had dated for a couple of years. Her now husband has a female friend at work, who is 5 years older than he. The friend is not very attractive. She is married and has children. My daughter’s husband lunches with this friend daily, and last week he stayed out with her until 12:30 am after an office Happy Hour. His cell phone bill shows numerable text messages and late night phone calls. My daughter is crushed. She can’t stop crying and her heart as well as her trust is broken. He says they are just friends, and that he is tired of talking about it. My daughter is beautiful (not just Mom talking here, everyone says so). She is smart, very sweet, and has her own business. She calls me long-distance so upset that she is shaking. I don’t know what to do. I want to say come home and let her husband know that she is serious; that she is not willing to share him. What if that is bad advice? I need help.

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Dr. ZZ: There’s a lot going on here, and though you obviously want to protect your daughter, I’m not sure that taking her under your wing is the best thing to do for either of you at this time. Clearly your daughter must have known that a cross-cultural marriage would have its share of challenges. Apparently the often-automatic switch in the behavior of Indonesian men after marriage from doting lover to philandering husband was not one she anticipated. If your daughter is all that you say, she must be bright, independent and extremely self-reliant. It is good that you are available to give her a shoulder to cry on over the phone, and good that you let her know she is welcome to come home if she needs to. Other than that, I’d caution you to tread lightly. She is going to have to sort through the various bits and pieces of the life she finds herself in and make her own decisions. If you come to her aid too forcefully and say negative things about her husband, she may end up resenting you if she and he ever manage to work things out and reconcile. The optimal position to take is to let her do most of the talking and come to her own conclusions. Your role is best limited to that of confidante and cheerleader. Love loosely.

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Hello, Malthus & Pigweed Even without taking into account the negative effects of climate pull weeds out by hand and return to the more labour-intensive change on our food supply, how is the world going to feed itself in years to come? If world population continues to grow at the rate it is we could be looking at a world population of some 12 billion by 2050.

methods of regular plowing. That will reduce yields, increase farm costs leading to higher food prices overall, along with all the bad environmental spin-offs from toxic herbicides we hoped had been eliminated once and for all.

Until quite recently few seemed to see this as a problem. Since the 1960s the Malthusian nightmare of an overpopulated starving planet had all but disappeared, to be replaced by the broad sunny uplands of agricultural surplus, miracle rice, butter mountains, wine lakes and a superabundance of wheat, corn and soy. If millions of the world’s poor still starved, and they did, that wasn’t because the world lacked food, that was because of political and logistical dysfunction. For most of us, food was not only plentiful, it was varied and cheap. But in the last two years all that seems to be changing.

Compounding the problem, Roundup came off-patent recently and the Chinese are now using and making glyphosate in huge quantities, selling it to other large agricultural producers like Australia, Argentina and Brazil. This from the folks who barely a year ago were caught selling infant formula and pet food to the world containing lethal levels of poisonous chemicals. All charges furiously denied until they could be so no longer, whereupon they shot the owner of the infant formula company. Pour encourager les autres, dare one hope.

Soaring Food Prices

You must have noticed how even quite ordinary and modest dietary items on your shopping list have gone up by 50% to 70% over the past 18 months. A loaf of half decent bread now costing US$4.00 say, a small bag of walnuts at $9.00 or 20 cents a blueberry? The days of cheap food appear to be over for good with no end to routine price hikes in sight. Even import substitution doesn’t bring down prices. 750 ml of locally made soymilk, for example, costs more than a tetrapak litre of an imported brand, even the disgustingly sweet and thin ASEAN imports that have replaced the usual Australian brands. How do you figure that, if not as a bad case of psychological inflation and pecuniary opportunism?

Which rather brings us to the point. Just as, with 7 billion of us and climate change upon us, it is not simply absurd but irresponsible for any world leader to oppose contraception, let alone call it a sin, it is both infantile and unhelpful to brand all forms of genetically modified food as Frankenfood and leave it at that, as some religious folk and eco-purists do. Throughout our agricultural history we have always modified the food we grow. It’s just a lot more complicated nowadays and we need to be more careful about it today than Turnip Townsend needed to be back in mid-18th century. If we are on the threshold of major climate change and if we are to avoid Professor Lovelock’s 90% cull we are going to have to manage to feed ourselves on whatever arable land we’ve got left.

More ominous yet, scientists whom up till now had been telling us that developments in agri-sciences would keep us all fed however many of us there were, are changing their tune. If we are indeed facing serious climate change, then we’re going to need every trick in the book to keep us from starving. Jonathan Rauch writing in Atlantic Monthly, enjoins us “recall that world food output will need to at least double and possibly triple over the next several decades. Even if production could be increased that much using conventional technology, which is doubtful, the required amounts of pesticide and fertilizer and other polluting chemicals would be immense. If properly developed, disseminated, and used, genetically modified crops might well be the best hope the planet has got.” That’s a big “if”, and the latest news is not good.

King of Herbicides deeply flawed

Roundup, a glyphosate introduced by Monsanto in 1980, is probably the world’s most successful herbicide to date. It, and the genetically engineered seeds the company sells, known as Roundup Ready crops, account for half the company’s earnings. Roundup has been used to great effect by farmers growing soy, cotton, corn, canola and sugar beet with, Roundup Ready wheat and alfalfa seeds due any day. Until recently the herbicide appeared to kill a broad spectrum of weeds very successfully, obviating the need for a whole slew of nastier more toxic herbicides, it was easy and safe to work with, broke down quickly thereby eliminating plowing and the run- off of fertilizers and pesticides. Today Roundup Ready crops account for 90% of the soybeans and 70% of the corn and cotton grown in the US. It is also as extensively used in Canada, Argentina, Australia and Brazil. But things have changed. Just as the heavy use of antibiotics led to the rise of drug-resistant superbugs, so the over-spraying of Roundup by farmers has led to the rapid evolution of tenacious new superweeds. Since 2004 the superweed known as pigweed, along with other weeds with names like hairy fleabane, mares tail and ryegrass are now widespread throughout the entire Southeastern US states, as far West as Texas and Virginia to the North. There are now 10 resistant species in at least 22 states infesting millions of acres of soybeans, cotton and corn. And pigweed is formidable. It can grow three inches a day and reach more than seven feet high choking crops. It is so tough it can easily damage harvesting equipment.

In a Hi-tech future, who can we trust? That said, the record is not encouraging. Our governments seem to be far too in thrall to big business and the lobbying of Big Pharma and major bio-science companies, most of whom have been caught out acting criminally in their pursuit of profit. Such organizations have shown time and time again they are not to be trusted. All we are left with is the faint hope of timely and effective government regulation on our behalf. In the case of Monsanto and Roundup, though glyphosate itself is classified as mildly toxic but safe to use that does not apply to Roundup itself, a product which contains other chemicals and amazingly has never actually been EPA tested (in the EU it has been tested and classified as toxic). Since 1980 Monsanto has been convicted twice of false advertising and twice falsifying scientific test results on behalf of Roundup. Subsequent scientific tests have shown that these chemical additions to Roundup used in standard commercial concentrations can cause genetic damage, disrupt the endocrine reproductive system and cause DNA damage to the human liver. It also has toxic aquatic effects killing small amphibians and also kills off necessary soil bacteria.

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The EU to its credit refuses to allow companies like Monsanto to sell their GM products in Europe until they can show they are safe. Nor will they allow imported US processed foods containing GM ingredients to be sold in Europe unless their manufacturers agree to labeling which shows if their products contain GM ingredients or not. They, the EU, quite rightly take the view that their citizens have the right to decide for themselves what to buy and put in their mouths, even if that decision is not scientifically based. In America, the land of the free, Americans do not have that right. It seems the US government is at one with its robber food and bio barons and along with Canada and Argentina is bringing a suit in the WTO complaining that the EU only insists on the public’s right to know what it’s eating as an opportunistic, probably French, ploy aimed at erecting trade barriers to US products. Well, if that’s true, and it very well might be, all the American food giants have to do is say on the label what it is they’re selling. But they don’t want to do that, you see…. If they did…. why, then they might have to tell the great American public what they’re eating too. And that, as they say, may not be good for business.

“If we don’t whip this thing, it’s going to be like what the boll-weevil did to cotton”, says the Chairman of the Georgia Cotton Commission. © Tom Faunus

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by Ibu Kat


After several weeks in sanitized urban Canada, where even a tiny spider on the wall is cause for alarm, I returned to my cottage at the edge of the jungle in Ubud with relief. What an adaptable species we are, I thought sleepily as jet lag propelled me towards the bed and I nodded to the big tokay who lives behind a picture in my bedroom. The concept of lizards in the bedroom would be outrageous in Vancouver. In the 25th floor apartment my 90 year old parents had recently rented (after fleeing the comfortable assisted living facility they’d settled in after selling the family home last year) there was not so much as an ant to be seen. I slept in the small white cube of a bedroom far above the ground, dreaming of my lush garden at home and its many creatures. As always after a trip, I was very glad to be back in Bali. I prepared for bed and the dogs bounced into the bedroom to flop down in their usual posts. Outside, the parrots grumbled softly. A few metres away the jungle welcomed me back with rustles and squeaks and sighs. There was a huge splash in the pond, as if a small whale was sounding among the water hyacinths. I went to sleep with a smile.

A whole new cast of characters takes the stage after dark here in Ubud. We are all used to the lovelorn vocalizations toads and frogs, but my friend Susan reports that every few months she is kept awake by the koi in her pond, which thrash and splash in an excess of amorous ardour that can go on for days. My patio has been the arena of many nocturnal adventures. A few days ago I came onto the patio in the morning to find a large splat of half-digested wild figs on the floor, evidence that a fruit bat had been hanging out there. The next morning there was another splat in the very same place, which thoughtfully avoided the dining table and the cushions. I became intrigued. Judging by the volume of evidence, either the bat had been very large or it had brought several of its friends back to party. That night I caught the visitor in the act. It was quite a small black bat, hanging by one foot from the ceiling while liberally decorating the tile below. Wayan said that bats were seldom alone, and probably a group of ten or so would gather here later to sociably digest their figs together. Not wanting my dining room to become Fruit Bat Central I turned off the light, asked the bats to leave, and they never came back.

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Once I was woken by strange noises, and went out to find Kipper the pit bull in enthusiastic sexual congress with Kalypso on the dining table.

Hours later when the night was darkest, all the dogs started to bark at once. Upon investigation, they’d been disturbed by a couple of glossy rats chasing one another along the top of the bathroom wall. I reminded myself to talk to the staff again about the merits of acquiring a small python. They were still quite resistant. (“If I saw it, I would have to scream and run,” explained Wayan Manis.)

Back in bed and reaching again for sleep, I recalled some of the other nocturnal visitors I’d encountered over the years. Once as I was reading in bed I noticed all the dogs staring onto one corner of the room. I squinted to see what they were looking at, and a long, snake-like shadow rose against the wall. After locking the dogs in the office, I returned with a broom. There had never been a snake in the house before and I was hoping the intruder would prove to be something else. Indeed, it revealed itself a moment later. Rolling out of the corner on a moving frill of legs was a large, blue-tinged centipede. Gentle reader, do your utmost to avoid being bitten by a centipede. There is something quite horrid in their venom that not only causes a large, painful swelling, but the twin entry points of the wound turns the flesh to jelly for a few days. (By the way, there only three creatures on Bali that leave two fang marks when they bite -- the snake, the centipede and the spider.) Centipedes move with astonishing speed; there was not a moment to be lost. I grabbed a big book, dropped it on the intruder and jumped up and down on it a few times. Centipede legs flew out in all directions. When I was quite sure it was flat, I scraped the remains into a glass jar and carefully washed the floor. The next morning when I showed the jar to my staff, the vestiges of the mangled centipede were still moving. “These are very hard to kill,” said Nyoman, taking it into the garden and carefully chopping it into small pieces.

The dogs killed a civet in front of me on the steps one night, where it had unwisely followed a juicy bug. Once I was woken by strange noises, and went out to find Kipper the pit bull in enthusiastic sexual congress with Kalypso on the dining table. I had to dispatch a green pit viper which Daisy had dragged in from the garden at three o’clock one morning. Another time I found two big tokays on the table locked in a death battle which had, by the look of the carnage, been going on all night. I used to tell my family and friends about the wildlife that shared my space, but they were always so horrified that I eventually stopped. How could I live like that? they wondered. Why didn’t I seal up my windows and install air conditioning so glacial that no selfrespecting reptile would take up residence in my bedroom?


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Andrea Brae grew up in an innocent time in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio on Rainbow Park just across the street from a cookie factory. She went to Ohio State University and took graduate courses in counseling psychology. Before moving to Bali, she had an exciting career as a model, teacher, journalist/ feature writer for major American dailies, actress, singer/karaoke host, academic researcher, publisher, then for twenty years the director of the SoulMates Center with offices in San Diego, Orange County, and San Francisco. Currently Andrea lives and works in Ubud.

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big kick in the butt with an airplane accident.... just a hard landing, but I was left with a severe whiplash and my career as a matchmaker and seminar leader was over. I came to Bali and painted, got healthy and began a new life. When did you first take up Tarot reading? I began reading the Tarot as a Love Child of the Seventies in San Francisco and was doing so many readings that at one point, I began reading without the cards. I found it frightening to be a “psychic,” just talking out of my head, without the intervention of Spirit guiding the cards, and so have always stayed with the visual display and symbolism that the Tarot offers.



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The symbolic images of the Tarot are the language I access to communicate with Spirit. As I read the cards, a story begins to emerge. I piece together the pictures as snapshots of the client’s life. I then find the thread, the theme of the reading, that connects the pieces.

What person has deeply affected you? Why do you do this work? I had a wonderful mother, a sort of goddess Dewi Saraswati. She supported and nurtured the gifts I’d received and made sure I had abundant opportunities to actualize them. Lots of lessons: tap, toe, ballet, piano, voice, acting, swimming, painting. Were you interested in divination as a child? Yes. When I read books on reincarnation and our eternal spiritual existence, I would be moved to tears. At twelve I wrote a play about the immortality of the soul, and the possibility of communicating with a Higher Intelligence. What was your first “spiritual” experience? When I was nine, a friend came around with a Ouiji Board and I suddenly realized that there are some wonderful and strange energies around us that are beyond what we ordinarily see. I put my hands on the cursor, and the board went mad. My curly hair must have stood out straight on my head when I asked the Ouiji God what were the then unknown middle names of my friends, and immediately got all the correct answers. What’s your professional background? I was a famous matchmaker in California in the ‘80’s and 90’s. I usually “got it right” within four introductions, did counseling, taught seminars and am responsible for hundreds of marriages and have babies named after me. It was my calling and I loved it! What are your hobbies? I like reading, writing, singing, painting, and raising Pomeranian pups and Persian kittens. I just now completed a book based on my 20 years of research in my work as a matchmaker: Matchmaker’s Guide to Hooking Up.... A Compatibility Guide for Singles. It will be offered on Amazon. com next December. How did you ever wind up in Bali? After a long career in matchmaking, I wanted to explore myself in other areas, but couldn’t for the life of me figure out how I could leave my clients. Spirit gave me a great

I was given this gift from Spirit and so it is my destiny it to help others. People come to me in heaviness and leave so relieved! My particular joy is seeing that, at the end of the session, he or she expresses greater insight into their own particular life course. There is generally an end to confusion, a renewed optimism, greater awareness and trust in Spirit, an ability to move forward with confidence and to apply new problem-solving strategies. How do you know if your readings are accurate? I send out an evaluation after a reading for follow up information. In most cases, clients confirm that the reading’s predictions came to pass.

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What is the most common misconception about Tarot? That a reading’s outcome is immutable, that our lives our predestined. Through the Tarot, I am able to forecast patterns that are emerging through the actions of the past and the present. The client does not have to surrender to what is predicted. We do have free will. The Tarot tells us about our issues and the challenges and opportunities facing us. Sometimes the news is good, and sometimes it isn’t. The more information we have, the easier it becomes to change direction, head off a problem, or help some wonderful development come into reality.

Andrea Brae may be contacted via: or handphone: 62 85 739 000 947. She is also available for readings at the Nusa Dua Westin Hotel on Friday evenings, 7 - 10:30 p.m. in the beachside restaurant.

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Local News “Cowboys” Kerfuffle Seen as No Threat to Tourism As Bali Police move forward with their investigation into the controversial documentary “Cowboys in Paradise,” the local tourism board shrugged off the film, saying it would not have a significant impact on the resort island. Bali Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Gde Sugianyar Dwi Putra said on Sunday they now had enough evidence to summon the film’s director, Singaporean Amit Virmani. “According to our investigation, the movie did not have a permit [to shoot],” Sugianyar said, adding that police had questioned two more officials - Bali Cultural and Tourism Agency head Ida Bagus Sedhawa and the head of the agency’s Film Department, Ketut Arcana. According Ketut, any film shoot on the island had to have a permit from the agency and the police. After a filmmaker receives a permit, he said, the police will monitor the shoot. He said all footage then had to be sent to the local film agency, and a panel of officials from the police, prosecutors, immigration, customs and excise, religious affairs and cultural and tourism departments would decide if the movie was suitable for viewing. “None of these conditions were observed in the

making of ‘Cowboys in Paradise’,” Ketut said. Police spokesman Sugianyar said gathering testimony from experts was important to strengthen the case. “With that, we have a strong basis to summon the movie’s director,” he said. But Ida said he was confident the documentary, which portrays so-called gigolos in Kuta, would not affect the number of tourists visiting the province. “Culture and the natural beauty of Bali remain the primary factors for most of the tourists visiting Bali. It is not about prostitution,” he said. Ida added that all the attention paid to the documentary would soon fade and leave no lasting negative impression of Bali. He did not deny there were gigolos in Kuta, but said there were just a few of them. “In the tourism industry everywhere this exists, whether it is out in the open or secret. This is normal,” he said. Local leader Made Piping agreed. Made said it was only natural there would be gigolos in Kuta because foreign tourist were attracted to the beach boys. “But this is not a prostitution industry that is wellorganized,” Made said. (May 3rd 2010, Jakarta Globe)

Foreign Tourist Target on Track as Arrivals to Indonesia Rise 14% The number of foreign tourists arriving in Indonesia during the first quarter climbed 14.5 percent over the same period last year, the Central Statistics Agency announced on Monday. This put the country on track to reaching its goal of nearly seven million foreign visitors this year. There were 1.61 foreign tourists in the first three months of the year, compared with 1.41 million during the same quarter last year, said the agency, also known as the BPS. Noviendi Makalam, secretary of the Culture and Tourism Ministry, said that with the high season still ahead, the country was set to reach the government’s goal of 6.75 to seven million foreign tourists this year. Noviendi added that if double-digit growth continued for the rest of the year the target would be easily surpassed. “We only projected an 8 percent increase this year,” Noviendi said. But he also warned that an unanticipated event such as an earthquake or another major terrorist attack or demonstrations such as the ones paralyzing Bankgok, could derail growth. “Tourism is a sector that is sensitive to security

issues,” Noviendi said. Bangkok is one of the top destinations in Asia, but political turmoil and massive protests have scared away foreigners. According to Dow Jones Newwires, Thailand is likely to miss its target of drawing 15.5 million visitors this year. Rising tensions between anti-government protesters and troops in Bangkok are sparking more cancellations, especially among East Asian tourists. Foreign arrivals at Indonesia’s main tourist destination, Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport, from January through March totaled 560,845, an increase of 13.74 percent over the same period last year. The average stay in Bali was 3.69 days in March, down from 3.75 days, while foreign tourists stayed in Jakarta an average of 2.48 days, down from 3.09 days. However, the average length of stay in the nation’s top tourism destinations in 17 provinces, was 2.88 days in March, a slight decline from an average of three days during the year-earlier period, which was at the height of the global crisis. Tourism professionals say the global crisis caused tourists to favor shorter stays, resulting in lower spending. (May 3rd 2010, the Jakarta Globe)

Tusk Robbers Kill Endangered Elephant A gang of men in an Indonesian jungle have poisoned an endangered elephant in order to remove its tusks for sale on the ivory market. The 15-year-old male elephant was butchered on an oil palm plantation in the Tamiang Hulu area of Aceh province. After killing the elephant, the men removed the tusks, cut up the carcass and threw the remains into a river. As forests have made way for palm oil plantations in the area, animals such as elephants and tigers have been forced into closer contact with people who are unaware of their importance. According to environmental group WWF, there are only about 3000 elephants left in the whole of Indonesia. (May 9th 2010, Indonesia News.Net) Jakarta Meteorite was as Big as Coconut The meteorite that fell from the sky at Duren Sawit, East Jakarta, on Thursday (April 25) is believed to have been the size of a coconut, an outer space expert said. Thomas Djamaluddin, a senior researcher at the National Aeronautics and Space Agency (Lapan), said here Monday the agency also had established the object was a sporadic meteorite. The object was actually part of a space rock that had fallen apart and not the remnant of a comet, he said. Thomas said the meteorite was also known to have a fragile structure and may have disintegrated on impact because the Lapan team had not found any object that was still intact at the spot where it reached the ground. The meteorite that fell in East Jakarta damaging three houses is the first known to have hit a residential area in the country. In the past several meteorites had fallen in open spaces such as in Bone, South Sulawesi and Jimbaran, Bali. The Lapan team had now discontinued its examination of the crash site so that the owners of the damaged houses could clean up the debris from the impact. The house owners were asked to report to the authorities immediately if they find any strange objects, another Lapan official, Sri Kaloka, said. (May 3rd 2010, Antara News) Garuda Plans to Cover Gap after JAL Cuts Bali Routes National flag carrier PT Garuda Indonesia announced on Monday that it was ready to fill the void after ailing Japan Airlines canceled its routes to Bali this year. Kiyoshi Tanaka, a JAL representative in Bali, said on Monday that the bankrupt airline’s massive restructuring had prompted it to cut less-profitable routes. He said JAL’s daily TokyoDenpasar and Osaka-Denpasar would be eliminated by Oct. 1, leaving Garuda the only carrier flying between Japan and the resort island. Pujobroto, Garuda’s corporate secretary, said on Monday after JAL’s announcement that the Indonesian carrier would raise its Osaka-Denpasar flights from four times a week to five starting in November. Garuda also provides once-daily Denpasar-Tokyo service and three Denpasar-Nagoya flights per week. JAL currently has two daily routes to Bali, Tokyo-Denpasar and JAL 715 Osaka-Denpasar. Heru Legowo, general manager of PT Angkasa Pura I Ngurah Rai, regretted JAL’s decision to stop the service, which it has flown for 10 years. He said the cancellation made little sense because approximately 400 passengers arrived on each flight as well as cargo, not to mention the fees JAL paid to the airport management firm. “With the route closing, we will lose income of Rp. 150 million [$16,500] a day,” Heru said. Ida Bagus Ngurah Wijaya, chairman of Bali’s Tourism Board, said the closure would also cause tourist numbers to drop. Japan accounts for the third-largest number of visitors after Australia and China. Ronn Nomura, sales and marketing officer of Grand Hyatt Hotel in Bali, said the impact had already begun to be felt. With the closure, we expect to lose 50 percent of our guests,” he said. (May 10th 2010, the Jakarta Globe)

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Indonesia has reported two new bird flu cases, one of them fatal, bringing the country’s human death toll from the disease to 136 since it emerged here in 2005, the government said Friday (7/5). The Health Ministry said in its website that a 4-year-old girl from the Riau provincial capital of Pekanbaru died on Feb. 28th 2010 after developing symptoms on April 19. Investigations into the source of infection are under way, the ministry said. The second case was reported in the town of Malang in East Java Province when a 45-year-old woman contracted symptoms on Feb. 22. She recovered and is now in a healthy condition. Four days before the onset of the bird flu symptoms, the woman was exposed to dead chickens. Laboratory tests on both cases confirmed infection with the H5N1 avian influenza virus, the ministry said. Indonesia has reported 136 deaths from bird flu, nearly half of the 294 fatalities worldwide, according to the World Health Organization. (May 8th 2010, Antara News)

Bali Police are hunting for a mysterious Indonesian woman who appeared in an amateur pornographic film recorded seven years ago. The film, shot at Kuta beach, is titled “Koreana,” and stars an Indonesia woman and a Caucasian man. It is understood the movie only became popular after the recent controversy surrounding the documentary, “Cowboys in Paradise,” about the sex lives of Bali’s Kuta Cowboys, who it has been alleged service female tourists for money or other favors. “We will investigate who spread the movie on the Internet and in DVDs,” Bali Police spokesman Snr. Comr. Gede Sugianyar Dwi Putra told SCTV. “The woman is Indonesian, not Korean. We can tell from her looks and she speaks Javanese in the movie.” According to the police, the 22-minute movie was amateurish, given that it was shot on a camcorder. The police are also having trouble identifying the ‘actors’ because the video was shot seven years ago. The movie begins with a panoramic pan of Kuta beach as the camera follows two of the beach’s security officers patrolling on a motorcycle. The next scene shows the woman speaking to a beach vendor in fluent Javanese. The grainy sex scenes occur on the balcony of a hotel overlooking the beach. Angered Bali Police who were hoping to charge “Cowboys in Paradise” director Amit Virmani with failing to procure the required permit to film have run into a major roadblock - Indonesia doesn’t have an extradition treaty with Singapore. (May 10th 2010, the Jakarta Globe)

Bali Nine’s Scott Rush Circumcised in Jail ‘for Islam’ Bali Nine death row prisoner Scott Rush has been circumcised in a secret jail ceremony in Bali and has told authorities he is learning about Islam. Authorities at Kerobokan Jail confirmed that Rush had undergone a circumcision on Friday (7/5) in the jail’s Muslim prayer area. The jail’s doctor and other officials were not even aware the circumcision had taken place until the weekend and were angered that such a procedure had been conducted by someone who was not authorised by the jail. They have since questioned Rush’s motives and whether he had really converted to Islam. Rush is a Catholic and his parents are staunchly religious. As recently as a week ago Rush was attending Christian church services at the jail. The jail’s head of education and rehabilitation, Anang, said that Rush had told him he was still learning about Islam. “His answers were complicated,’’ Anang said about his discussion with Rush, whom he has told to provide him with more answers today. And the jail’s doctor, Agung Hartawan, who was only aware of the circumcision on the weekend, said luckily it was a good job and not bleeding too much. Dr Hartawan said he had asked Rush if he converted to Islam and that he said: “I want to learn Islam.” And he said when he further questioned Rush about the secretive procedure and whether his parents were even aware of it, that Rush had told him: “This is my right and I just want to know about Islam, I want to learn about Islam.’’ Rush is one of three members of the Bali Nine on death row for their role in the heroin trafficking gang. He is due to lodge his final appeal very soon. (May 11th 2010, Twelve More Terror Suspects Nabbed Indonesia’s anti-terror police unit has arrested 12 people suspected to be members of a terrorist network holding military-like training in Aceh recently. “Yes, it’s true that arrests have been made in three locations of 12 alleged terrorists,” National Police spokesman Inspector General Edward Aritonang said here on Friday. He said the Densus 88 anti-terror unit arrested three of them in Setu, Bekasi, West Java, seven in Pasar Minggu, South Jakarta, and one in a hotel in Menteng, Central Jakarta and another one in Petamburan, Central Jakarta. He said he could not as yet tell about their identities or roles they played in the network as investigation and development of the case was still ongoing. “What is clear is they are allegedly involved directly with the training in Aceh,” he said adding that investigators had confiscated evidence materials from them.Edward said their general role they played in the network was supporting the training program in Aceh such as sending logistics, recruiting people and arranging escape.(May 8th 2010, Antara News)

Indonesia’s Diluted Expatriate Property Rule Nearly Completed The government has backpedaled on a proposal to allow foreigners to own property in Indonesia for 90 years and will now only simplify the extension process and not change the maximum length of title from the current 70-year tenure. The changes are contained in a new regulation which will be presented to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono for approval before the end of May, the Ministry of Public Housing’s Jamil Ansari said on Wednesday. The regulation is expected to take effect within two months of the president approving it, he said. “The draft review of the regulation is almost finished and we expect it will be ready by the end of May,” Jamil said. Currently, foreigners can hold property for 25 years. After the term expires, they may renew their property rights with the National Land Agency (BPN) for an additional 25 years and then extend it once more for 20 years, making for a total of 70 years. Under the new regulation, foreigners will be able to renew for the additional 25- and 20-year terms at the same time, effectively meaning they will be able to renew for 45 years. “Many foreigners find that the extension process for their property is really unpractical. Therefore, we decided to simplify it,” Jamil said. Teguh Satria, chairman of the Indonesian Real Estate Developers Association (REI), said it would make more sense for foreigners to be able to own property outright so they did not have to go through time-consuming extensions. Not allowing foreigners to own property meant Indonesia’s property sector was less competitive compared to Singapore and Malaysia, Teguh said. He said there were around 83,000 foreigners living in Indonesia. If 10,000 of those foreigners bought a $250,000 apartment it would translate into $2.5 billion of foreign investment, Teguh said. (May 3rd 2010, the Jakarta Globe)


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Taco Bell Drive-thru Customer Mistakenly Gets Bag with $2,000 She drove off with it. The restaurant manager told police it was store policy to put the bank bag containing the deposit in a Taco Bell bag. The manager would then drive up to the drivethrough window, and an employee would hand him the bag. (Dayton Daily News) Boy Tries to Buy Mother’s Day Present with Counterfeit $1 Bill The bill was glued together and had uneven cuts on the ends. The boy says his mother gave him the bill in that condition. (Naples Daily News) Psychic Accused of Thievery Told Clients that “Money is Evil” She also told them she needed to know their credit card numbers to make sure there weren’t too many sixes. (Boulder Daily Camera) Scammer Claiming to be Yo-yo Champ Gets Booked on TV Shows In one case - on live TV- the guy said he couldn’t demo his “skills” because he forgot his string. The hosts were forced to chit-chat with the guy through the segment. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) Third-grader Gets Week’s Detention for Possessing a Jolly Rancher School officials say they’re simply complying with a state law that limits junk food in schools, but the girl’s parents say it’s a huge overreaction. ( Student Wins Bet that He can Wear Same Sneakers for Four Years Four years ago, Ben Hedblom made a wager with his Spanish teacher that he would wear the same shoes through to graduation day. The loser would shave his hair and eyebrows. Hedblom won. “I just thought maybe he didn’t have any money,” a student says of Hedblom’s worn-out shoes. (St. Petersburg Times) Mom Refuses to Return “Racy” Books She Checked Out of Library She doesn’t want the “Gossip Girl” and “It Girl” series banned, but she does want the library to put a warning label on them and make them unavailable to minors. (Orlando Sentinel) Twin Brothers Jailed after Trying to Pull the Old Switcheroo in Court A lawyer faced an ethical pinch that few of his peers have encountered: Should he reveal his suspicion that his client was an imposter? Ultimately, he did. And his suspicion that a twin showed up in place of his brother was correct. ( Don’t You Hate It when You Leave Your Gun in a Public Bathroom? Veronica Balle-Arnes, 24, does. She was carrying a small pocket pistol and set it on top of a toilet paper dispenser at the Fisherman’s Wharf. She forgot to take it with her, and it was gone when she went back to retrieve it. (Juneau Empire) Man Arrested after Altering $10 Check to $269,951 A bank sent him the $10 check after closing his account. The guy altered it, then tried to deposit it into a Bank of America account via an ATM transaction. ( Woman with No Arms Aims to Get a Black Belt in Taekwondo “I grew up with the phrase, ‘The impossible only takes a little longer,’” she says. (Salem News)


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Organic & Eco Websites are helping People Make Connections By Michele Cempaka relationships both with producers and markets,” says Cat Wheeler, an avid environmentalist who writes the popular column called ‘Greenspeak’ for the Bali Advertiser. For the most part, many organic and eco businesses in Indonesia in their infancy are focused on their own success, independent from others in the industry. This individualism won’t be beneficial in the future as competition and consumer demand increases.

As the green movement penetrates the virtual world, the greatest minds are pooling solutions together into one vast internet resource. Recently revealed…were a solar-powered plane, an energy efficient escalator, and even a biodegradable SunChips bag. Bringing together small and large scale ideas is helping to build a growing sustainable online community. Sharing information is helping newcomers adopt and understand green practices easily. Eco-Business is thriving because of the shared efforts of this virtual green community. Gary Survis July 30, 2009. Eco living has become a world wide movement as more and more people understand and care about the devastating effects that not living consciously has had on our environment and their lives. The ‘me first attitude’ that many people have adopted throughout the world just won’t cut it any more. People are beginning to really understand that if we want to improve our lives, we’ve got to start making real connections with each other and with the world in which we live. It has become increasingly clear that choosing to live more responsibly by opting for organic products instead of non-organic, as well as living with eco-friendly practices, we will help protect our resources and our world. But where does one go to find out about sustainable living, eco-friendly and organic options in Indonesia? The internet has become the number one choice for most people, because it IS a World Wide Web connecting people around the world. There are multitudes of people who want to connect with eco and organic information, but don’t have the time to spend hours searching for each of these one by one. In fact, the information may not be even listed on the internet, because small enterprises or private parties may not have the resources to independently develop websites or advertise at all. The answer to this dilemma has been to create two comprehensive websites: and The mastermind behind these websites is committed to connecting consumers, producers, projects, and educators of eco-green and organic within Indonesia and bringing business to Indonesia from the rest of the world. Ultimately, a multitude of eco and organic enterprises offering valuable resources can advertise on either of the sites and also have access to a wealth of information such as upcoming organic and eco events, relevant information about eco and organic products, education projects - public and private, Indonesian businesses that adopt eco-green and organic practices and much more. “I am often asked for contact details - producers looking for markets, people looking for chemical-free foods and sustainable services. It will be helpful if I could give them these websites and know all the information is there. The websites can be a bridge to the market the producers need, and as such, the role of the websites is to develop robust

A resource for advertising on a focused international website will help them to connect with similar enterprises and buyers. Information about successful eco and organic projects will inspire others interested in sustainable living practices such as waste disposal or clean water projects and organic practices that enrich our soil and protect our waters. “We want to bring everyone in Indonesia together to benefit the individual enterprises and thereby benefit the whole. Our sites will easily link information and people in Indonesia to expand the eco and organic movements.” The possibilities are far reaching if producers can get connected with each other and other organizations throughout Indonesia. Don Wells, a long time Bali resident who has been working with raising and caring for birds & reptiles in captivity, is keen on sites like indonesiaorganic. com and “Businesses and consumers today demand convenience and ways to save time and expense. I doubt I’m a lone voice in this. Someone sitting in Hong Kong or Singapore, wanting a consistent supply of well graded organic produce or organically produced meat, needs the convenience of picking up a telephone or getting on a computer and ordering what he needs without hassle. I would hope that would be possible in the near future from these sites,” says Wells. These websites will offer a wealth of information to greatly assist eco and organic enterprises and consumers make connections, so that they can learn from one another and gain easy access to the products and information they need. For example, a small village in Java that wants to clean up their plastic waste could access information about another village’s successful implementation of waste disposal. Or a food wholesaler in Sweden can link to organic coffee farms in Indonesia. “These websites will be for the new generation - the children of the farmers who know how to access the internet,” says Ibu Kartini, founder of Bali Organic Association (BOA). In the future, and will be a comprehensive resource for retailers, NGO’s, growers, distributors, event organizers, product developers, organizations, publishers, those seeking Green employment, information seekers, composting and waste management, corporate social responsibility programs, water conservation projects, eco tourism and much more. People throughout the rest of Asia and other parts of the world will be able to make links that may last a lifetime and are certain to touch their lives in significant ways.

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Letters To Bali Advertiser Rabies Dear Sir, It was interesting to read the comments made by Kim Patra in her recent “Paradise” article relating to the lack of awareness of the rabies problem. It is strange that this situation exists despite the vast amount of press publicity. We advise our visitors coming from other countries to have anti-rabies vaccinations, and on two occasions (both Australian) their local doctors have said it is not a problem! In a more recent instance, after the doctor had advised there was not a problem, our friends, who are coming to Bali for about a month, contacted the star rated hotel in Sanur where they had booked; a prominent dental surgeon in Denpasar and an acquaintance in Seminyak and received the following responses: Hotel: “True we had few cases in villages but government took action to get rid of all the street dogs and dogs that got injection have collar as proof.” Dentist: “There is no dogs in the street now, only in the villages.” Seminyak Resident: “only had a rabies injection because she had to go to India.” With the death toll now approaching the mid 40’s one has to wonder why the public awareness campaigns have failed to get the messages understood. The complacent attitude to the disease was also commented upon by the Buleleng animal husbandry chief where he highlights lack of cooperation by the local people in vaccination and culling programmes. Surely the community leaders could be encouraged to adopt a more serious attitude to this rabies problem and use the Banjars as a communication and education tool? Yours sincerely James Dell-Robb Pengeragaoan Jembrana *** By Pass Jungle Dear Sir, Who is responsible for the cutting of the plants growing in the By Pass divider? Easy answer: No one! I know one spot in Sanur where the plants reach 50 cm into the driving lane. The only cutting the jungle gets is by brushing big buses, container trucks or dump trucks. The only place I see that the jungle has been tamed is in front of Suarti’s restaurant. Good on you Suarti. May be we can ask Suarti to send her staff out and cut the rest! Is there anyone out there reading this that can mention to the proper people the need to cut and cut and cut the jungle? I would pay a weeks wages for one tukang kebun. Any one else willing to pay? May be that is the only way the jungle will ever be cut. There are many pressing problems in Bali but this one is easily solved by a sharp axe. Axel Sharp Sanur Post, e-mail, fax or bring in your letters. Please address all to Letters To Bali Advertiser. Bali Advertiser will decide what to publish and will edit as needed.

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Does anyone have a contact for a rain umbrella supplier/ manufacturer in Bali? Please email: <ecolodgebali@yahoo. com>. [023] For Sale; Laptop Compaq Presario 2500 p4 3.0Ghz, 1GB, 40HDD, DVD CD-RW, lan Wi-Fi, complete charger and battery 1-2hour, 15inch, Rp. 2.5 milion. Phone 0361360 5201. [024] For Sale; Protein powder, for the fitness and quality minded. 0.75kg per packing, 77% of protein per 100gr. This has been imported by myself for own use but changed conditions leads to sell, Rp. 150.000/packing. Call Lennart 0813 3834 2005. [183] Free: Private Classified Ads in Bali Advertiser. Put your free ad in the next issue. The easiest way to place your ad is at - Place An Advertisement page – Private Classified. You may also bring in, fax, or directly email your ad. Notice: Bali Advertiser confirms all free Private Classified ads. When you send an ad, we will contact you. If we are unable to contact you then your ad is not printed. There are many ways to measure success; not to least of which is the way your child describes you when talking to a friend.

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HELLO ADS People Meeting People All ads Rp. 4.500 per word. All ads must be paid before printing. Bali Advertiser reserves the right to edit all ads. Professional Italian couple with 25yrs experience in the restaurant fields, looking for private financier/investor or company to open an innovative Italian restaurantpizza place in Seminyak-Kuta area. Contact: <>. Looking for models! Annual bikini, beachwear catalog shoot, female 18yrs to 30yrs old. Please call 081 7971 1166 or e-mail us: <>.

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Networkers Networkers, facilitated by the Global B2B Europe program of the Bali Export Development Organization, is a group of business people who meet weekly on Mondays from 6-7:30pm to present their own business and to generate business referrals within and outside the group for each other. Open for business owners and managers, new groups can be launched starting at a minimum of 15 participants. Please contact Chris 081 855 0493. Nederlandse Ondernemers Borrel Bali (NOBB) Join our monthly informal social and professional networking event for Dutch enterpreneurs on Bali. Share experiences and expand your network while enjoying a nice drink. For information contact <>. Pondok Pekak Library & Learning Center - Ubud Extensive collection of fiction and non-fiction books in English, Indonesian & other languages. Excellent reference section on Bali and Indonesia. Courses/classes in Indonesian Language, Balinese art and music. Open air space for reading, meetings, events. Great place to meet other people, exchange information, or just relax and read. Food and drinks available. Located on the East side of the football field, Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud. Phone: (0361) 976194. E-mail : <>. Portuguese Conversation Group Fala Portugues? Portuguese conversation group just starting up, native speakers to beginners. Practice Portuguese language, meet new friends. Meeting place at Warung Italie (close to Bali Deli), every Wednesday at 7.30 - 9.00 pm. Contact Jing 081 7973 8692 or email <> . ProFauna Indonesia ProFauna Indonesia is an Indonesian society for the protection of wild animals and habitat. ProFauna Indonesia (formerly KSBK) is a non profit organization established in 1994 in Malang, East Java. ProFauna has branch offices in Jakarta and Bali and is supported by members throughout

Indonesia. The main activities of ProFauna Indonesia are wild> or <>. animal protection, investigation on trade in wild animals and Rotary Club Bali Ubud animal rescue. For further information please phone / fax: (0361) 424 731. Email : <> also see: Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, <>. encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. RC Bali Ubud works QT Club Provide Bible Reading (BR) assistance for Quite Time (QT), with Rotary Clubs from all over the world in international Youth QT club & activity. The BR use Scripture Union (SU) service projects. We meet every Tuesdays evening at 6:30 foundation material in English or Indonesia. Contact 081 pm at Tropical Bale, Jl. Sanggingan Ubud, tel 0361-745 8667. 7975 5729 or (0361) 794 7535 or e-mail : <ivinne@yahoo. We welcome all Rotarians and invited guests. com>. Royal Bali Yacht Club The Royal Bali Yacht Club wants you to come and enjoy Roman Catholic Mass in Gianyar In Bahasa Indonesia, at Santa Maria Ratu Rosario Church, sailing in Sanur. We have a program of racing and social Jl. Mulawarman No. 92 Tedung, Gianyar, phone: 0361- 943457 events throughout the year. The club has Bali-lasers on Sunday 8.00 am. Further information: Father Yohanes and Optimists available for use by members and races Handriyanto, Pr at Santa Maria Ratu Rosario Church, phone are held on several Sundays each month at times suitable 0361-943457, cell phone: 0818364840. Henry Soegiarto at Bali to the tide. There is also a growing fleet of Catamarans providing exciting viewing for spectators. Club members Renal Center, phone: 0361-979344. Rotaract Bali Kuta Rotaract is an international organization of service clubs for men & women aged 18-30 that fosters leadership & responsible citizenship, encourages high ethical standards in business and promotes international understanding and peace. For more information please contact Barbara at 081 239 72840 or you can come to our weekly meeting the 2nd & 4th Friday each month at 19:30 at Cempaka Bali Guest House, Jl Raya Kuta 127, Gg Cempaka No. 1, Denpasar (behind KCBJ Tours & Travel) or email: <rac_balikuta@>, web site: <http://www.> or <>. Rotaract Club of Bali-Ubud Rotaract clubs are part of a global effort to bring peace and international understanding to the world. Rotaract’s 145,000 members are young men and women (ages 18 to 30) who serve the needs of their communities, widen their personal and professional contacts, and increase their understanding of the world. Rotary International provides the administrative support that helps Rotaract clubs thrive. Contact : <rotaract_ ubud@

have boats ranging from Optimists, Blasers, Dinghies and Catamarans, however boat ownership is certainly not necessary to join the club. Further information is available at Sanur clubhouse on weekends or visit or website: <>. We look forward seeing you on the water. Rumah Buku Free children’s library and reading area. Many books in Indonesian and in English for free reading. Air conditioned, carpet area, quiet. Come and read! Open daily 10:00am 21:00pm. Kompleks Duta Wijaya No. 10, Jl. Raya Puputan Renon, Denpasar (across from the Main Post Office). Phone 264 165. Rhesus Negative Blood Group Bali International Medical Centre will keep record of all persons with Rhesus Negative Blood Group, (negative Rh Factor), who are residing in Bali. If you wish to register yourself please call 761 263, or fax 764 345, or e-mail : <info@>.

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We provide : Babysitter, House Maid, Security, Cook, Gardener, Pool Attendent & Landscape Worker, Etc

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w w w. b a l i k r i s n a s e r v i c e . c o m Tel: (0361) 744 6932, 264738 Hp. 081 2365 4977 ~ 9am - 5pm C/Es/I-10 Feb 10

Need Personal Assistant Fluent in English, fully computer literate and able to supervise people. Fresh graduated is welcome. Male with a minimum of university degree. Post your Application, photo and CV to General Manager PO BOX 3547 Denpasar NC/Es/19 May 10

Position Vacant (1) Experienced Furniture Draftsperson / 3D Modelling Bali’s leading sourcing and buying agency is looking for a Draftsperson to join our newly created Interior Design team. Applicants must be skilled in Auto CAD and 3D programs such as 3D studio, Sketch Up, Photoshop, etc. Must be fluent in English, able to work in a team, and be self motivated / creative. Generous salary and remuneration packages are available to the successful applicants. Please send current CV, with recent photo and examples of previous work to: PT. Sourcing Bali Jl. Gunung Salak 31A, Kerobokan, Bali, 80361

Cook, Waiters, Bartender. Restorante Kuta. 088 1367 3938. [410] Looking for Personal Assistant. Fleunt in English, computer skills, experience in fashion & garment industry a must. Seminyak area. E-mail your CV & salary expectation to: <>. [412] Spa Bali needs Spa Receptionists. Experience preferred but will train right person. Drop CV by Spa Bali 888 Jalan Dhyanapura, Seminyak or e-mail : <spa>. [413]

NC/Es/19 May 10


POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Director of Food & Beverage (Expat) Pastry Chef (Expat-Maldives) Head Chef Operational Manager (Beach Venue) Purchasing Manager Accountant (Female) Japanese Guest Relations Coordinator (Expat) Health Club Manager (Expat-Maldives) Chief Engineer

Executive Chef (Expat-Thailand) Indonesian Chef (Javanese Cuisine) Restaurant Manager Bartender Credit Manager GRO Japanese (Expat) Japanese Wedding Manager (Expat) Guest Activities Manager Office Manager (Gili Trawangan)

Our service is completely free of charge for candidates Please send your CV to For more jobs, please visit Jalan Dewi Sri, Blok C, Nr 3 • Kuta, Bali, Indonesia • Tel / Fax: +62/361.763.324 C/Es/G-19 May 10

Wanted Junior sales staff. Good English, gallery in Seminyak. Please contact 0813 3739 8000. [419]

Naughty Nuri’s Warung Batubelig looking for staff all levels. Send your application letter, CV, recent photograph a copy of our identity card to: Jl. Mertanadi, Gg. Merta Ayu #3 Kerobokan. (0361) 362 2901 / <narra>. [417] IDEP Foundation, Ubudbased NGO looking for Communication Officer marketing & sales media product translate, edit, proofread, excellent English (oral & written). Info Danendra (0361) 981 504 / <danendra@idepfoundation. org>, <www.idepfoundation. org>. [414]

Looking for babysitter with experience, must be professional, must speak English and have certificate. If that’s you, please call 0819 1643 4484. [425] Need Personal Assistant for orphanage, computer + English. e-mail: <yening tawangonolintang@gmail. com>. [426] Looking for staff. Admin Officer female 22-28 and Sales Marketing (WNI), fluent in English and computer literate. Post your application, photo and CV to: <>. [430] Chef needed for luxury crusing yacht, English speaking, Western & Asian dishes, experienced, professional with high standards of service. Please send CV and references: <> / 0813 3782 3212. [355] Need Personal Assistant, fluent in English. Fully computer literate and able to supervise people. Fresh graduate is welcome. Male with a minimum of university degree. Post your Application, Photo and CV to General Manager, PO BOX 3547 Denpasar. [162]

NC/Es/19 May 10


Nannies and Domestic Staff ● ● ●

We are ready to provide assistance in your search for professional staff that meet your individual expectations. We guarantee experience, care, and responsible nannies. Dedicated domestic staff. A training program to ensure our staff understand what is expected of them.

Call us now for longterm & short term staff to live in or out of your house.

0361-3310951/081 337 030696 English speaking 081 337 328 401 C/Es/24 March 10

BALI EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Telp (0361) 8839741 / 081 353 149 586 Available: ● Babysitter / Nanny (short term & long term) ● House maid, Housekeeping, Cook, Waitress/Waiter ● Security, Driver, Gardener, Office Staff, etc. English & Indonesian speaking. Live in and out Good service and guarantee C/Es/19 May 10

The best selection of candidates for all positions and all levels. All candidates are pre-selected to simplify your choice, saving your time

POSITIONS AVAILABLE: FC / Assistant FC Travel Agency Mgr E-Commerce Mgr Web / IT Manager S & M Manager

Office Manager Purchasing Manager Secretary / PA Accountants Head Chef

VISAS AND PERMITS Business / Social - Entry and Exit KITAS - Work Permits Company Formation PMA - PT - CV - Local For additional jobs and information visit: CVs welcome for all positions No fee to applicants - completely confidential Tel. 769073 Istana Kuta Galeria PM1 No. 18 C/Es/19 May 10

EMPLOYMENT SECTION ADVERTISING INFORMATION 1. Place your ad at for the quickest service. 2. You may also email, fax or post your ad into our office and we will email, fax or telephone you with the price. You may also visit our office to place your ad. 3. Ads looking for work are charged at Rp. 4.500 per word. 4. Ads looking for employees are charged at Rp. 10.000 per word 5. Ads for business services are charged at Rp. 10.000 per word 6. All ads must be paid before printing. All payments must be made at our office or by money transfer to our bank.



Bali Advertiser

19 May - 02 June, 2010



(Cari Tenaga)

CONSULTANT How to optimize your production: Office admin & logistic, CS SOP, production flow SOP, QC chain, material management, sample development, stone setting. NC/Es/U-5 May. 10

Blue Season Bali is looking for a

Looking for Danish teacher. Call 0813 3761 9196. [432] Looking for Fashion designer, Pattern Maker with experience. Send your complete CV to: <indovan@>. [433] Looking for Production Manager. Experience in garment industry. Good English, computer skills and good organization. And Tailor, experienced. Call 0819 9954 5988. [434]

Reservations / Retail Assistant Candidates must be: O Indonesian O Speak English O Have an interest in scuba diving Please foward CV to: NC/Es/19 May 10

Waitresses wanted, English speaking. La Gita Restaurant, telephone 0819 1632 4683 / (0361) 847 5271. [435] PA for PT. resident. Export, self starter, detail, result oriented, able to work alone, international business experience, must have laptop internet, start June 1. <bali pa>. [436]

NC/Es/19 May 10

A leading workshop resort in bali is looking for an experienced

General Manager on an immediate basis This position includes: O Marketing expertise & established contacts in the region O Min. 3 years of Resort Management Experience at a senior position O Fluent in English & should be able to communicate in Bahasa Indonesia O Send your application to: darshana@ or call 0812 3787 3650 O Please state current & expected package NC/Es/19 May 10

New International Restaurant with an amazing new concept looking for the following positions located in Kerobokan area: 1. Head Chef (experience; versatile, minimum 8 years experience with international hotels/restaurants. Strictly expatriate person required. Negotiable income) 2. Local Chef (minimum 5 years experience with international hotels/restaurants, acceptable communication in English, Negotiable income) 3. Personal Assistant / Secretary for the General Manager (Excellent spoken and written English, independent, computer literate, multi-task. Local only. Minimum salary Rp. 3 million + benefits) 4. Restaurant Supervisor (minimum 5 years experience having worked in specialized restaurants and above. Fluent spoken English. Mature and multi-task. Minimum salary Rp. 2.5 million + benefits) 5. Waiters/Waitresses (Fluent English, young, dynamic and multi-task. Minimum salary Rp. 1.5 million + benefits) 6. Drivers (reasonable spoken English, SIM A & B, self-motivated, multi-task. Minimum Salary Rp. 1.5 million + benefits) Interested candidates please apply to: or PO BOX 3053 Denpasar before June 7th 2010. Thank you for your interest and only short-listed candidates will be notified. NC/Es/19 May 10

Bikini models wanted! Annual beach shoot June 1st-June 15th. Call Talia 081 7971 1166. [437] Graphic Designer for fashion magazine wanted! Creative, teamwork. CV to: <creativehousebali@gmail. com>. [439] Sales/Marketing Manager for fashion magazine. Experience, fashion knowledge, attractive, fluently English/Bahasa. Send CV to: <creativehouse>. [440] New holiday / vacation ownership resort in Seminyak has vacancies in the following areas: Sales (Reps + working TO), Marketing, Reception and Administration (accounting background). All candidates must be able to speak and write English! Send your CV before 26 May 2010 to: <> or PO BOX 3212 DPS. [442] Looking for Assistant Designer. Male, speak English, computer + communication skills, good in organize, experience in garment. Call 0819 9954 5988. [444] We are export company in Ubud looking for: A female Marketing SPV, Cost Control and Engineering. All position must has three years experience in same field. An Accounts, has two years experiences in accounting and tax. Marketing SPV candidate must speak English both oral and written. Please send your CV to: <operations@>. [431]

BUSINESS SERVICE Do you need software programs for your company? Contact 0818 0304 3001 to make your company run well with computerized systems. Good price with great service. [523] Web Designer. I can help you to develop website with personal price, including hosting or domain name & printing project. Call 781 7447 or 081 2389 5551 for further discuss. [553] Architecture interior design. 081 2395 5714. [247] Architecture service. +62 813 5326 3007. [201] Private piano / keyboard. (0361) 999 2870. [405] Architect, design villa, houses. (0361) 999 2870. [406] Freelance massage with Balinese girl professional therapist. Call 0818 0553 4842. [407] Legal consultant available for property investment and all legal contractual documentation. Call 0818 0537 6258. [301] Experienced freelance translator & editor EnglishIndonesian. Phone 0813 3874 2002, e-mail: <le_soleil_>. [415] Event Videographer Weddings, concerts, surfing, you name it, I’ll film it in HD, edit it and give you a professional quality product at a Bali price. Thanks! Nikko telp. 0812 3702 7720. [416] For Bahasa course + interpreter service. Call Moko 0812 3651 4990. [259] Upgrade your villa and land vibration energy to make you feel comfortable. Call 081 7976 8550. [421] Guitar & songwriting lessons 0813 3233 0300. [605] Private tutoring for English or Bahasa. Home / office. Call: 0361-803 5005. [653] Private Mandarin language tutor for child & adult. Please call Bryan Looi 0819 9908 5083. [429] I cook for them privately tasty European food on Bali. Beefsroulads, fully paprika, shred or stew. Fresh and healthy without glutamate! Grill party or celebration? If they ask in with: <schnitzel>. [438] You need trademark to register? Contact (0361) 888 9168 / 081 2383 8181. [441] Production and warehouse service, produce under your regie bamboo and rattan furniture. You can buy the raw materials and our staff produce for your furniture, gazebo, bungalow. Phone 0857 3765 6200 / <mercure>. [443]

A highly motivated sales person (male) with strong network and experience in local travel agents & guides mainly for Chinese, Taiwanese and Russian market is ready to develop your tourism related business. Please contact : or 0361-854 2526 NC/Es/19 May 10

RELIGION Trendy Merchandiser/Manager required Exciting opportunity to join this cool clothing label, managing all visual and creative strategies for their popular Oberoi store. Working closely with the buying and marketing teams, you will be responsible for the creative strategy across all product placement on shop floor through to creating compelling instore visual displays. Overseeing the team of instore SPG’s you will lead and guide the team. Strong management and leadership skills required. A strong creative eye with a passion for creative and fashion trends. You will be able to think both creatively and commercially be flexible in your approach. And most importantly look great. Please send CV’s to the following : NC/Es/19 May 10

EMPLOYMENT SECTION ADVERTISING INFORMATION 1. Place your ad at for the quickest service. 2. You may also email, fax or post your ad into our office and we will email, fax or telephone you with the price. You may also visit our office to place your ad. 3. Ads looking for work are charged at Rp. 4.500 per word. 4. Ads looking for employees are charged at Rp. 10.000 per word 5. Ads for business services are charged at Rp. 10.000 per word 6. All ads must be paid before printing. All payments must be made at our office or by money transfer to our bank.

ALERTAsia foundation, a not - for - profit foundation for grants management in biomedical research, immediately requires an Administration, Finance & Logistic Officer in the conduct of a field - based study of malaria in West Sumba funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The Key position based at Tambolaka, Sumba Barat Daya, NTT. Functional ability in English language, spoken and written, is a must. Candidate must have formal academic training (S1/D3) in finance and accounting practices. Desirable Criteria: * Availability immediate or within 30 days of selection. * 5 years management leadership experience. * Record of successful work in undeveloped region of Indonesia. * Record of successful engagement in non - for - profit enterprises. * Record of work in medical research field. * Sumba, NTT, resident / willing to work in relatively undeveloped area. Completed applications should be sent to the Operations Manager, ALERTASia foundation, Jakarta via e-mail (not bigger than 75kb) to : Please quote the reference “Admin & Logistic Officer” on the subject and indicate your documented salary history in the application. The closing date for applications is 24 May 2010 NC/Es/19 May 10

Bali Advertiser


19 May - 02 June, 2010

BALI GUESTHOUSE THREE BOND Looking for Experienced Engineer Jl. Wana Segara 33B Hp. 085 737 262 777 NC/Es/19 May 10

FITNESS / PERSONAL TRAINER We are a 5 star villa resort located in Ungasan, Bali looking for the following skills: ● Good English ● Wide range of fitness skills e.g. yoga, tai chi, pilates, circuit training, etc. ● Ability to design and manage an on-going fitness / health program ● High level communication skills This is a full-time position for either a local or expat. Please send your CV to: NC/Es/19 May 10


EMPLOYMENT SECTION ADVERTISING INFORMATION 1. Place your ad at for the quickest service. 2. You may also email, fax or post your ad into our office and we will email, fax or telephone you with the price. You may also visit our office to place your ad. 3. Ads looking for work are charged at Rp. 4.500 per word. 4. Ads looking for employees are charged at Rp. 10.000 per word 5. Ads for business services are charged at Rp. 10.000 per word 6. All ads must be paid before printing. All payments must be made at our office or by money transfer to our bank.

GIS Specialist for tourism maps


Expat seeking employment as Project Manager / Supervisor or can build for you. 081 2362 9939. <balicontractor@dps.>. [033] Female architect looking for part-time job available on Saturday & Sunday. Call 0819 1624 1428. [934] Self motivated, creative & having sense of arts. Seeking position as marketing & retail manager/personal assistant in Ubud area. Contact : <kamidaton@> / 0818 0560 9800. [092] Looking for part-time or freelance job, prefer outdoor or do from my home. I can do your administration job, make a report, data entry, etc. Please e-mail : <> or please call / SMS (0361) 860 3007. [402] Italian pizzamaker with 25yrs experience in the restaurant fields looking for position as pizzamaker or other. Contact: <romagno>. [403] Italian physiotheraphist graduate looking for job. Contact: <rita.chimienti@>. [404] Female, 13yr experienced as PA/OM, managing businesses for expats is seeking an employment. For CV please e-mail: <>. [428]

Looking for job in Sumatera or Batam areas as an assistant, agent, or representatives male 29 yo communication, production, export managerial skills. <mybaliassistant@gmail. com>. [411] Expat 5* hotel Executive Chef based in Bali is looking for new challenge. Available now. Contact : <executivechef_fd@yahoo. com> / 0813 3873 0957. [297] Looking for work. Understand wood working/carpentery, house making, goods searching, shipping, familiar & specialist in pool deck, door, window, cabinetery, solid flooring & garden furniture. Written & spoken English. E-mail: <wood> / 0819 9985 7305. [302] Looking for part-time or freelance job, prefer do from my home as I have internet. I can do data entry, accounting report, admin. Please call/SMS 0818 0550 5055 or e-mail : <mylonely_>. [418]


PERSONAL ASSISTANT WANTED We are looking for a SMART, experienced PA/Secretary/Manager with excellent management skills, a pleasant personality, professional, ambitious, STRONG common sense, love animals, willing to work in UBUD, has the ability to work under pressure and tight deadlines! Strong communication and leadership skills are necessary, good English is required and a background working in an NGO is a plus! If you meet the above requirements, please send your current CV and expected salary to: or Good salary and benefits!!! NC/Es/19 May 10

SILVER JEWELRY MANUFACTURE / EXPORT Established Company Expanding in Ubud With excellent benefits and career opportunities is SEEKING HIGHLY QUALIFIED, MOTIVATED PEOPLE

General Managers * Materials & Sourcing Manager * Quality Control Manager * Jewelry Designer Creative Art Director * Graphic Designer / CAD Jewelry Photographer Quality Controllers Jewelry Technical Production Manager * Wax Carvers * must speak and write English fluently

Need a great Maid? My former maid is looking for work in Sanur / Renon. She will keep your house spotless! Contact Inga for more info 0815 5872 5972 / <ihelland@hotmail. com>. [420] Do you need freelance Baby-sitter? Responsible, good English. 0813 5306 0358 / <anna84131@>. [427]

SEEKING PROFFESSIONAL APPLICANTS 1. MERCHANDISER/SAMPLER Do you have experience in the Fashion Clothing manu facture Industry? Yes you do? Then email NOW for a great opportunity awaits you. You will be handling & communicating with the customers verbally and via email, and be involved in all aspects of sampling. You will have above average spoken English skills. And remember…..The more experience you bring the higher the salary also linked to a great Monthly Company Bonus!! Japanese and Spanish Speakers also eagerly sought

Apply with cover letter and CV (incl. salary history) to: Email: Fax: (0361) 977 218 NC/Es/19 May 10

Waterbom Bali is calling Dynamic and Passionate personality to join as: JAPANESE SALES MANAGER Requirements: O Female, O Japanese Nationality, O Familiar with Hotelier and Travel Agent Industries. All the legal paper will be organized by Waterbom Bali. Please send your CV with recent photograph to: OR NC/Es/19 May 10


Swisscontact is an international development NGO with 40 years of experience in Indonesia. For the WISATA tourism development project in Flores we are seeking for a GIS specialist with experience in cartography. General requirements: O Good command in English, excellent computer skills O Experience in working with government agencies O Committed for development work in tourism Specific requirements (CGIS): Background in spatial planning, geography or other relevant field of study Several years of practical experience in GIS applications and cartography Experience with Bakosurtanal maps Experience in cartography, field working experience with GPS, experience with Google earth applications Please submit your application until 31 May 2010 to: Please write the position code in the subject line of your email. NC/Es/19 May 10

Male/Female, experienced in the Clothing Industry, Good team leader with reasonable English and a vibrant positive manner. You will be in control of one International brand ensuring production control is maintained at all times.

3. SAMPLE AND COSTING People experienced in garment costing. We required team as follow : a. Sample sewing b. Best pattern maker c. PC operator which able/understand formula

4. HEAD SAMPLING DEPT Will supervise the work flow in sampling dept including the quality of the sampling sewers,customers samples and to make the system works well. Requirements : Female, experience in garment and understand stitching techniques, able to communicate in English in certain level, able to manage group of people.

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Real Estate

Bali Advertiser

19 May - 02 June, 2010

Warung - Restaurant For Sale



22 are Hak Milik land for sale. Located in Padanggalak, only minutes from Sanur in quiet residential area. Rp. 165 million per are. Contact Putu Redita 0361-742-3125 or <>. [752]

Great oppourtunity to develop this attractive business. Very cheap entry price of only $5,500 neg. or consider half share to suitable partner. Includes all equipment etc. Established customer base with option to extend lease.

Call 08124645281 for further information NC/RE/M-19 May 10

For rent villas Br. Semer Kerobokan 2 bedrooms, 1 studio, 2 bathrooms, Private pool, WiFi, Satellite TV, Full equipped kitchen, 3 AC,Full furniture, Cleaning service. Daily USD 95, Weekly 560 USD, Monthly 2250 USD Call for enquire miss Putri 081239423784

Land for sale 14 are, close to the beach in Padanggalak. Good for hotel or villas. Tel: 0333 594 898 / 0813 5320 8462 / <>. Makelar 5%. [733] Residential houses, villas and lands in Sanur area for short and long term or sale. For any request and appointment please call Murniati Agustina 081 2396 6744 or e-mail to <>. [764] Villa Jado Sanur !! Great deal, must sell- Direct by owner!! 56 year lease (w/possibility to buy!), 855M2. Fully furnished, Italian built, fantastic central area 5 minutes walk to beach! 4/5 bdrms, 16.5 Kwatts. For sale direct from owner USD 540,000!! Contact <>. Tel: +62 812 385 2318. [620]




Available: • Ice & cold beer • Soft drinks • Fresh milk • fresh bread • fresh eggs & ROOM FOR RENT AT CANGGU MART DAILY - WEEKLY - MONTHLY - YEARLY

MEXICAN TACO - TACOS AVAILABLE ON MAY 16 Address : Jl. P. Batu Mejan, + 200M from Echo beach, Canggu Phone: (0361) 2081942 Hp: 081 835 3518

NC/Re/I-19 May 10

Villa for SALE at Keramas Beach (Fully Furnished)

C/Re/I-21 April 10

3 bed, 2 bath house available for 1 year lease starting May 20th. Furnished, 2 AC, Indovision, Western toilets, Rp. 30.000.000/year. Contact James 0819 3610 7345 or <>. [735] Villa Jln. Batursari brand new 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, aircon, H/C water, garage, auto waterfall pool, Rp. 750 mill. Ph. 0361 797 6785 (English) or Kadek 0818 0553 4168 (Bahasa). [795]

Price : US$ 420.000 Price : RP Located on Keramas Beach, Gianyar regency. Only 1 hour from airport, 30 minutes from Ubud, and 20 minutes from Sanur by car. Keramas beach is famous amongst the surfers. The villa occupying 500 square meters land and 230 square meters building with 4 x 5 meter carport. 7.5 x 6 meter open living, dining and kitchen area, and two separate bed rooms. There is another living area on the 2nd floor (loft style) link by stairs from the living, dining and kitchen area on the 1st floor. Price is inclusive furniture as shown in the picture. All furniture made by NAGISA BALI, located on Jl. Raya Bona Blahbatuh, Gianyar - BALI NAGISA BALI also provide special design by request. Please check our website www. for further information, or contact us through email : All rooms has air-conditioner, four poster king size bed with open air bathroom, shower room and an outdoor bathtub with canopy. Other facilities are 6600 watt electricity, generator, gas water heater, deep well water. 2nd dining area located on the 2nd floor. For foreigner, the ownership can be arranged base on nominee (nominee must be Indonesian citizen). We will assist all the legal process of ownership. For further detail about villas please contact GUSMAN at telephone number 081-338-618648 NC/Re/G-19 May 10

Smart, modern apartment on 2 floors for rent July & August. Central, 5 mins to beach. Large double bedroom, bathroom, sitting room, kitchenette. Pool, 24 hrs reception and security. No smoking. IDR 9.000.000/month. Tel: +62 (0) 813 5300 5989. [790] Villa 2 BR with a fantastic view on the natural tropical garden for sale freehold. Located in a safe residential block in only 10 min north of Sanur. Call 0813 3835 1390. [803] Beachside of Bypass new 2 BR furnished villa for yearly rent, with a private swimming pool, open kitchen and living room. Located in a quiet Western neighbourhood. Call 0813 3835 1390. [804] Colonial style apartment US$188+tax/week (minimum 2 weeks). 1 bedroom, 1 livingroom, full equipped kitchen, backyard, swimming pool, free Wi-Fi, 24hr security, daily cleaning, the utility isn’t inclusive. 3 min walk Hardy’s. 8min walk beach. 0813 3795 0011. <>. [806]

Soon will be built, a house with minimalist concept. 2 stories, 3 bedrooms in Renon area Jalan Tukad Citarum Denpasar. Price Rp. 580.000.000 (included tax 10%). Special promo for cash payment: get 6%/year cash back and free interior. 2 unit left! Contact: 0361 8618830 NC/RE/M-19 May. 10

Luxury Villas for sale freehold 7.5 are a quiet country lane near Echo Beach


Villa for lease 20 years, Rp. 950 million negotiable. 2 bedrooms, complete, maidroom, store, garage, pool, furnished. Located: Sanur. More information please contact 081 2384 8793. [817] For sale genuine wood Batak House. 45 m2 on 2 storeys + 30 m2, covered open space. To be installed on your land. See at Benoa. 75 juta IDR. Patrick 0819 3435 4649, <p.>. [824] Overcontract - Jl. Sekuta beautiful & spacious 2 bedr house; 2 years old and semi furnished built on 400 m2. In the big garden a swimming pool and elevated gazebo. Price 1 June - 1 Febr. 2013 Rp. 200 million. Pls call 0361 724 262 / 081 835 8707, <>. [825] C/Re/P-19 May 10

LAND & VILLA PACKAGES $150,000 - $299,000 tel 0818343966 C/Re/I-05 May 10

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Real Estate

Bali Advertiser

19 May - 02 June, 2010

Brandnew townhouse, 27 units, close to Kuta & Denpasar, modern furniture, deluxe bedroom, fully equipped kitchen, sat TV, hot water IDD telephone, laundry, room service, 24 hours security. Jalan Pulau Galang 324, Denpasar. Call: 081 139 2666 or 484999

Luxury Villa Beach Front Family Home; 2 yr lease 15 minutes from Sanur 25 are; 3 double bedrooms Fully air conditioned All furniture/equipment Good Staff and quarters Call Endang 08123891179 C/Re/I-19 May 10

NC/Re/G-21 April 10

C/Re/G-21 April 10

SEMINYAK Freehold villa for sale / rent. Best location in Oberoi area. Luxury minimalist 3 bedroom & bathroom, furnished, large s.pool, garden, gazebo, phone-line, internet & ricefield view. L/B 4 are/300m2. Contact info +62 361 871 5116 / +62 818 0551 4128 / email : <>. [678]



Guest Room Downtown Seminyak Villa Boutique

For lease, land 5000m2 Sunset Road Seminyak, having 2 roads access, very good business prospect, building foundation, water and electricity available, Rp. 5,7 mill/are/ year. Be quick! Call Ngurah 0813 3793 7251, <rainarta@>. [752] For rent space 800m2 land with 400m2 showroom. Located in a very strategic place in the central of furniture business. 10 years contract US$ 140,000 (nego). For more information please dial 081 2384 8793. [484] Seminyak long lease investment villa. 35 years. Modern style, 2 bedrooms, all fittings, furniture. Large pool, great rental return, prime address. US$ 350,000. <BaliVilla4Sale. com>. Tel: 0812 380 5230. More info: <info@BaliVilla4Sale. com>. [744] Fabulous new 3 bedroom villa with additional 1 bed bungalow and pool. 1 min. to shopping and beach, a quiet family location. Available July, August and September. Staff included. E-mail: <>. [783]

Des Dieux Residence is a new convenient residence which has all the elements of luxury, it’s tastefully decorated with modern style and a fashionable interior. Each villa has a different decoration concept. One or two bedrooms completed by private swimming pool, TV Sat, internet WiFi, fully furnished & fully equipped kitchentte and air-condition.

We drive you return from Airport to our residence.

Jl. Drupadi 1 Gang Puri Kubu 1 No, 888 (in front Made’s Warung - Seminyak) Seminyak Kuta 80361 Bali - Indonesia +62(0)361 730 267 | Eng. +62(0)818 708 200 | Fr. +62(0)818 0717 7771

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KEROBOKAN Kerobokan. Room for rent. Furnished. Large swimming pool, beautiful garden. Access to a private clay tennis court next to house. Walk in & look: Jl. Petitenget, Gang Cendrah Wasih #25. Some photos at < tour.php>. More details: Nikola - 081 2380 4859. Rp. 6 million per month. [636] For rent 4 self storages 430 x 3,20 x 3mtr Br. Umalas Kerobokan. Monthly Rp. 1.750.000 each. Call for more information Miss Putri 0819 3942 3784. Very safe with parking space. [798] Villa rental, Umalas, Rp. 6 million/week, Rp. 17 million/ month, big swimming pool, beautiful large garden, 2 bedrooms + AC, 2 bathrooms + hotwater, open livingroom, open dining room, furnished, equipped kitchen, internet, cableTV, housekeeping. From 1 June. Call: 0818 0550 7175, <>. [784] 1. House for sale, Jl. Br. Semer Perum Priskila #9, no broker. 2. House for rent Jl. Mumbak gg. P. Ambon Umalas, Kerobokan, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. kitchen, pool, garden, garage. 3. Work shop and shop Jl. Raya Kerobokan. Contact: 0813 3862 6630, 749 2555, 780 5879. [791] House for rent. 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 2 AC and water heater. Line-TV, big garden. Banjar Semer area, behind Lagita Resto. Nice place and close to everywhere. Rp. 85 juta nego. 0812 3678 0006. [792] New villa for rent in Br. Anyar Kaja. Land 250 m2, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, livingroom, dining room, kitchen, telephone, private pool, ricefields view, hot/cold water. Rp. 80 million/ year. Contact 0812 3755 5596 / (0361) 743 6096. [740]

Traditional luxury villa for rent weekly, monthly, 2 bdrm, 1 indoor outdoor bath, wood floors, large garden, 13 mtr lap. pool, AC, wireless, cable-TV, parking, fully staffed w/ cook, large kitchen, centrally located. 081 2381 3966, <>. [796]

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For sale 2 storey Western style villa. Living room, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, pool, maid room & balcony. Semi furnished, full AC. Solar hot water, front/back garden. Close to Seminyak. For more info call 081 2388 4853. [799]

Beautiful villa for sale in Puncak Pesona, Bukit!! Land 316m2, building 205m2, pool 44m2, 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, staff house. Freehold. 3 storey. Please call 081 7066 0650. [071]

Villa for rent Seminyak close to restaurants and N.clubs. 3AC bedrooms, big livingroom, kitchen, large s.pool, hotwater, furnished. Also available luxury villa in Canggu. Contact Agus 0859 3536 0855, e-mail <alex2174@mail. ru>. [794] Center of Oberoi area, excellent location, perfect for shopping center or office, up to 170m2 or more available. Contact +6281 6195 6653. [795] Short-Term rental, 5 minutes walk to beach, contemporary villa, open space, 2 AC bedrooms w/safes, 1 oversized bathroom, flat screen TV, DVD, sound system, wireless, fully equipped kitchen, pool, maid, carpark. Contact <>. [295] Beautiful new villa - Jl.Oberoi. 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, pool & garden, tastefully furnished, 42” Plasma TV, Indovision, DVD, AC, 5mins walk to Ultimo Restaurant and others in Jl. Oberoi, available for short or monthly let. Call 081 2394 5604 / 081 2396 6648. [805] Villa for rent Seminyak 2, 3, 4 bedrooms, modern style, fully equipped kitchen, cable TV, pool, Internet connection, tropical garden. US$ 150 - US$ 400 per night. Available for short and long term rentals. Please call 081 7978 0553, 0361 7944 555. [807]

Sale/rent brand new house, modern, Gununglumut street, 7 minute from Sunset Road. 144m2 land, 120m2 building. 3 room, 2 bathroom, 1 toilet, dining area, living room, 2 floor. Carport, swimming pool. Free LCD TV & dining table. Only one left. 750 IDR. Call 0819 9939 4455. [809]

Seminyak, 2 bedrooms house, needs renovation, 5 are land, Jalan Double Six walking distance to the beach. 10.5 years lease. Price 50 mill IDR per year (negotiable). Please call 081 7973 5110. [808]

House for sale 670m2 on Gunung Agung street, near Kerobokan. IDR 3,2 billion. Good for business/villa. Land for sale in Soka, Tabanan 133 are, Rp. 9 million/are. Good view. Call Ivan 0859 3528 5888. [814]

Villa for rent: 2 bedroom, livingroom, kitchen, swimming pool, small garden, fully furnished, AC, hot water and house 1 bedroom, swimming pool, furnished. Monthly / yearly. Call owner: 081 7971 9692. [786]

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Land for sale on the main road next to STP Nusa Dua ready to build for villa as licence completed. Call 081 2394 8595. [947] Amazing 117m cliff front land for sale directly by owner. Total land 18,860 m2 (188.6 are) on hill, 4.5 m private road access, has electricity water, building permits poss 7m from, cliff! IDR 380 million per are. Neg. Contact <jadehyde26@> [621] Two beautiful villas for sale or rent long term by owner in Bukit. 3 bdrm (USD $ 320K) and 4 bdrm (USD $ 355K), negotiable!! Fully furnished w/ pool, garage. Hilltop & ocean view, nice breeze! Photos: < photos/22350369@N04/sets/> or contact <jadehyde26@> or +62 812 385 2318. [622] 6.55 are of quiet countryside land ideal for villas. Approximatly 800m from the famous waves of PadangPadang and impossibles. Has access and existing villa next door. Freehold. Call +6281 7978 3522 or <adamthorne@>. [781] Villa for rent / sale. Land 300m2, building 135m2, swimming pool, 2 sleeping room, open kitchen, near beach, airport, supermarket. Sale Rp. 1.500.000.000 (nego). Rent Rp. 100.000.000 (nego)/year. Contact 0813 3834 8584 / 0813 3972 6964. [795] Land for sale Tundun Penyu Bukit. 3 are, ocean view, big project build around, freehold, Rp. 185 mill/are. Call 081 895 7082 (direct owner). [800] For sale land at Goagong. Good view 2Ha. Price Rp. 125juta/a. Please call 0813 3731 1295. [818] Private villa for sale in Ungasan with: fully furnished, private swimming pool, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, air conditioner, Wi-Fi internet. Price USD 140,000.00. For further info, contact Mr. Inge at mobile no. 0819 1632 0994. [811]

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Villa in Kerobokan for sale Jl. Intan Permai Gg Berlian Kav.30 IDR 3,5 billion 3 bedroom each with its own lux bathroom + 1 bedroom for maid Private pool, lush garden with pond, spacious living room, kitchen, gazebo, parking area, TV cable, WiFi internet connection


Arman Villa New villa in Seminyak for yearly rental • 2 bedroom villa IDR 350 million • 3 bedroom villa IDR 400 million • Private pool, kitchenette,TV cable,WiFi internet connection, villa maintenance & cleaning service, spacious parking area, 24 hours security service.

Wireless broadband Short or long term Private or shared pool Well-equipped kitchens


For more details please contact Dewi Suhendri | Jl. Nakula gg. Baik-baik No. 89, Seminyak | t. +62 361 8475887 | f. +62 361 8475680 e. |

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The Bukit. 2.09 Hectare with 400m absolute cliff - front with 400m overhanging white sand beach Spectacular views. Perfectly shaped for high-end development. Rp350 mill/are. Oberoi. 55 are. Prime development location. Short walk to restaurants, shops and beach. Rp 500 mill/are. Petitenget. 10 are Jl Cendarawasi. Good access in sought after location. 25 +25 yr lease Rp5.5mil/are/year. Pasut Beach. Nr Waka Gangga. Rare find. 9 are absolute beachfront. Dream villa location. Rp 150 mill/ are. Soka/Selemadeg. 100m absolute beachfront. 2.13 hectare. Good access. Perfect shape. Can buy half. GKAI Architect’s plans available for 5 villa development. Just Rp 80 mill/are. Medewi Bay. Over 200 metres absolute beachfront. 2.4 hectare. Perfect for subdivision or resort. Adjacent 3 htr also available. Idyllic location. Rp 20 mill/are. Sanur Central. Jl Mertasari. 16.7 are prime building site. Plans and builder available. Rp3.4 mill/are. 30 +20 lease


Oberoi. Great investment opportunity. 3 villa property fully setup for rentals incl. website. All villas 3 bed/3 bath. internet,Sat TV, pool, parking. Fully operational. 29 + 30 lease. USD825.000. Jimbaran. Gending Kedis, nr 4 Seasons. Stylish 4 bdrm, 5 bthrm residence with, 2 living rms, study, lush gardens, lavishly furnished plus Internet, cable TV, phone, parking and full security. A bargain at US$795.000 Jimbaran GWK. Brand new 3 br, 3.5 bath villa on 10 are with fabulous sea views .Big pool. A/C, Part furn, phone, internet, parking. Great value at USD595,000. Petitenget. Close to beach and high life. 4 br/4bth. Full furn. All mod cons, pool internet, Indovision, genset. USD 420.000. Leasehold.

BEDUGUL Villas and Apartments for sale, furnished or unfurnished, complex of 5 seperate buildings, communal swimming pool and lounge, brilliant valley and mountain views. Phone 081 138 8697, e-mail <>. [796]

JIMBARAN Shop for over contract, fully equipped, in Jalan Uluwatu, Jimbaran, north of Intercontinental hotel, size 3x6. Please contact 0361-801 8674 / 0813 3870 7925. [384] For rent big house in Jimbaran. 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, swimming pool 11x4m, set kitchen, full furnished, 7 are, Rp. 120 million/year (nego). Call Yuni 0813 3837 3614 / 0361 704 633. [734] For sale luxury 5 star condotel in Dreamland Pecatu Resort, ocean / golf / pool / waterpark view, furnished, strata, good ROI, start from Rp. 410 million. Call Michael 081 834 6678 Ray White Kuta. [748] 3-4 BR villas available for rent in Jimbaran, Nusa Dua and Bukit areas. Our agency is also seeking owners interested to rent to their properties in these areas. 0361-703 208 or e-mail to <>. [787] Freehold house for sale, very nice & strongly built, land 200m2, building 213 m2, 2 storeys, 3 BR ensuite BA, maid room, by the flowing river, manggrove view. Must sell! Call Andree 0852 3737 0033. [819] Rent villa Jimbaran 08 June till 08 Sept. Day Rp. 500.000, week Rp. 3 juta, month Rp. 10 juta. 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, hot water, AC, garage garden, fully furnished, amazing view, close beach. HP 0878 6000 9151. [820]

Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 72 ,Tel/Fax: (0361) 735469 Website: | email:


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Wanted home to rent near Kerobokan for 6 months minimum from end of June. Nice garden preferred. Please e-mail photos & details to: <>. [001] Small secure storage space required for 6 months, July 2010 to January 2011. Denpasar area. Please contact Trevor e-mail: <tparkerwati@>. [002] Couple require house. 3 month or longer. Flexible. Phn 0819 3304 8209 / <balibound@paradise.>. [003] Looking for house / villa rental in Seminyak or Canggu area. 2bedrooms, 2bathrooms, big garden, secure environment, walking distance to beach. Move in ASAP. Please SMS 0819 9998 1742. [004]


Jl. Majapahit No. 46 Kuta - Bali Telp : (0361) 755 392 [Hunting] Fax : (0361) 764 191 E-mail:

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KUTA 3 storey guest house, 3 are, 18 rooms and restaurant. Poppies Lane 2, Jl. Benesari, Kuta. Contact 081 2363 0309. [940] Modern villa. 2 bedroom 2 bathroom, Western kitchen, dining / lounge, AC, Wi-Fi, private garden, pool, fully furnished, house keeping, security. Close to airport beach, major shopping centres. Daily, weekly, monthly. 0813 3866 8755. [822]

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DENPASAR House for rent, villa design. Blok R 17/18 Dalung Permai. 1,5 are, road 6 mtr. Good price. Contact 7474 790, 423 582, 798 8950. [569] House for rent on 3.5 are, 3 BR, 1 living room, 2 bathroom on Jl. P. Moyo. Telp: 851 4375 / 0812 3952 4123. [813]


New minimalist 3 storeys house for quick sale, w/ swimming pool, 4 bedrooms + ensuites w/ interior design, library & large spacious lounge / 2 separate livingroom & beautiful kitchen. A lovely secure house in Hayam Wuruk Residence, close to Bali Bakery. Serious buyer call 081 2382 8513. [798]

For sale land 16.5 are at Br. Kebon Tegallang. Nice view, road access. Good for villa. Located in villa area. Contact 081 138 6595. [487]


Call us @ 769400 C/Re/G-15 July 09

Land for sale in Singaraja beach front. 10 are. Please call 0819 3607 0110 (Indonesia) or 0859 3517 4414 (English). Urgent! [654]

Villa for sale Country Estate near Ubud. Ideal for private home, villa or retreat center, rice field & river view. Lap pool steam room & spa. Call 0812 394 8595 for inspection. [214]

Really front beach in Geretek, between Amed and Air Sanih. 3200 meter. Land situated between road and sea. Many trees. Rp. 640 millions or USD 71.000. Tel: 0813 3709 2385, 0813 3776 7419. [709]

Nice house Tengkulak. Excellent road 2.5km from South Ubud. 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, private swimming pool, rice field views, very good quality construction. Only USD 95.000. Tel. 0813 3709 2385, 0813 3776 7419. [737]

70 are for sale. North Coast between Seririt and Gili Manuk. Just outside West Bali National Park. Spring-fed water; suitable for building or organic farm. No agents. <balinorthcoast@> or 0812 1096 4416. [815]

House for rent, hidden in glorious location, on the river side, 1 bedroom / 1 bathroom, hot water, AC, perfect for artist, birdwatchers and those who enjoy absolute peace and quiet. Rp. 30 mill/year. Call: 081 2360 0226. [812]

Two bedroom villa with pool on 10 are, three minutes Lovina, stunning views North Bali / Java, also land near Lovina road and beach access 43 are, beautiful block. Tel: 0813 3875 6175. [823]

For sale freehold property. 10 min from center Ubud. 5 bedrooms. Spectacular view. Call 0878 6086 3771. [816] C/Re/G-10 Feb. 10

Situated in quiet area of Sanur some 10 mins from the beach - this small but very convenient 2 bed (each with wet room en-suite) single storey Balinesestyle residence is 18 months old and improved to ‘European standard’

Offered freehold at 800jt (USD 82,000) For appointment to view or receive CD of the property - mobiles 085 921 263 888 (English) or 081 9999 15041 (Indonesia)


Beautiful land for sale:

- Rice and green valley view. - Hot spring water at river side. - Waterfall (30 mt high). 5. MI 5. 5.5 MILLION ILLI L ON N - Quiet and peaceful place. PER ER R AR ARE RE - Good for villa and spa. - 1.10 hectares. Location: north of Badung 30 km from Denpasar at Auman village district of Petang. For appointment call : 081 238 906 34 NC/Re/U-5 May 10 email: address:

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Luxurious villa rental and management Long term/short term rental available Jl. Basangkasa no. 151 A, Seminyak, Bali P: +62 361 730 233, +62 361 733 016 F: +62 361 737 345 E: C/Re/U-10 Feb. 10

TABANAN 25 Are land for sale with coconut tree plantation. River view, rice field view. Good for villa, 20m from the main road, good for investment. Location at Megati Village, Selemadeg, Tabanan. Price Rp. 25 million/are (ONO). Call 0878 6011 3132. [690] For sale quick, freehold land 71,70 are location in Tegal Mengkeb next to Villa Belanda, 1 km to the beach, ricefield view, directly by owner. Call Pak Ketut (0361) 852 1599. [786]

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For sale freehold 1,95 HA, high hills land at Jungutbatu Nusa Lembongan, asphalt road access, electricity available, full sea & gulf view, good for hotel, villa or investment. Call 0813 3793 7251, <>. [753]



JL. KUNTI NO. 6 SEMINYAK, KUTA, BALI TELP: 0361-733 963 081797 383 41 NC/Re/S-30 Dec. 09

Private Beachside one- and two-bedroom apartments with or without connecting door at Jayakarta-Residence direct at the 66-Beach with 3-pools. Up from 50USD/night or 1000USD/month. Details at: <>. Call or SMS: 0813 3753 4097. [797]

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BERINGIN PROPERTY Local Agent and Local Prices

The only Property Agent based on the west coast of Bali


LAND-BALIAN - 1.7 Ha, can be split, on the cliff overlooking the ocean with ocean view, close to facilities. Freehold - 17.5 are, 100m to the beach, electric and water. Freehold - 39.5 are and 27.5 are, leasehold, 25 years remaining, spectacular sunset views from private beach. Both blocks LAND BERABAN, TANAH LOT - 20 are, 200m to the beach with beautiful sunset views on to hill looking of Tanah Lot beach, 3 phased electric. Freehold LAND CANGGU - 10 are, 3m road access, secure private villa, ready to build. Electric. Freehold LAND NYANYI - 49.75 are, can split to small block, road access, rice terrace views, 3 phase electric. Freehold LAND KEDUNGGU - 2x20 are and 10 are, 500m to the beach, access, ready to build, electric. Freehold - 50 are, rice paddies views, electric. Freehold - 20 are, rice paddies views, electric. Freehold LAND TIYING TUTUL - 9 are, 4m road access, ready to build, electric. Freehold LAND TUMBAK BAYUH - 18.5 are, access, beautiful block and ready to build, electric. Freehold

IDR 115 mill/are IDR 80 mill/are USD 105,000 IDR 90 mill/are IDR 200 mill/are IDR 55 mill/are IDR 80 mill/are IDR 40 mill/are IDR 50 mill/are IDR 100 mill/are IDR 90 mill/are


House for rent. 2 bedrooms, AC, Indovision, fully furnished, hot water, beautiful little garden, quiet, safe, central location. June to mid August Rp. 6 million/month. Tel: 733 608 or 081 2361 4271 Ms. Darma. [802]

For sale on freehold land new villa near the beach with full seaview. Near Tanah Lot golf. Villa has 3 bedrooms, pool, garden, big roof terrace. Price Euro 275,000. Please contact 081 855 5010, email: <>. [480] For rent Rp. 30.000.000/month. 10 bedrooms, fully facilities, ricefield and ocean view, location in Berawa Beach. 5 mnt from Batu Belig. Suitable for business & students or promotion cooperation, profit share. Contact 0361 926 0592 / 0813 3831 2911 [734]


Shop for rent, Jalan Legian Kelod. (14.5m x 4m). Has bathroom and room in the back (4m x 2.5m). Good location, good reason for leaving. IDR 90,000,000/year. Remaining 19 months contract. Contact +6281 7978 3522 / +6281 7978 3466, <>. [782]



For sale some of the most beautiful land in Bali! Large and small plots available in the best priced and fastest growing area in Bali. Beachfront, ocean, ricefield, mountain, river and waterfal views. All land is freehold and already prepared for building. Price starting Rp. 15 million/are. Also great for investment direct from owner. Contact 081 855 5010 or email: <>. [479]

Short/longterm. Two beautiful villas opposite Kumala Pantai Hotel, 5 min to beach, 400sqm gardens and private entrance each. From US$ 420 to 630/week. No agents. Call Wayan 0819 3651 4400 or 0361-766 329, e-mail: <>. [525]

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Jl. Darmawangsa No. 1, Tanah Lot - Bali - Indonesia Phone: +62 828 360 1002 Fax: +62 361 8483743 Web: Email:

27 are land for sale, rice field view, 50 meter from beach, good for villa, location at Pererenan Beach Canggu. Price net Rp. 165 million / are. Please call 732 216 or 0361-744 9204 (in Bahasa) or 081 2389 0634 (in English). [913] House for rent, near Canggu club, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathroom, 2 garage, river and ricefield view, Rp. 13.5 mill/year, min. 2 years. Call: 081 7477 0065. [622] New villa for sale at Pantai Berawa, freehold, 4,25 are, 300 meters to Berawa Beach, 5 minutes to Canggu Club. 2 storey, 3 bedrooms, 1 maidroom, 4 bathrooms, dry and wet kitchen, service area, L shape swimming pool, gazebo, garage. Contact owner Anisha Putri 0813 3862 7778, <>, <villaforsalebali.>. [797] Luxury 4 villa complex for sale. 20 minutes from Seminyak in unspoiled fishing village with ricefield and ocean views. 24 are. To be sold as successful business with all staff, fixtures, stock, APV car etc. USD 1.2 million nego. E-mail: <> for details, inspection etc. [780] Canggu leasehold 25 years lovely tropical villa, 130m2 + 65m2 second floor, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 3 WC, lounge mezzanine, laundry, 550m2 exotic garden, swimming pool, fully furnished, all facilities, Wi-Fi, 198,000 USD. E-mail <>. New construction. [783]

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Beautiful, large villa in Pantai Berawa 200m from the beach, close to Batu Belig and Canggu Club for rent. 4 bedrooms/ bathrooms, large gazebo, large swimmingpool, maidsroom w/ bathroom, land 5 are. Furnished/unfurnished. Upmarket, quiet and safe Discovery Canggu Resorts, with Western neighbours and security. Rp. 250jt/year. 0818 0558 7558, e-mail: <>. [788] Rent. House in Canggu. 3 bedroom. 1 year 6,500$. Room for rent 250$ per month. Shower, kitchen, garage. 10 min from a good surf spot. <>. [789] Single luxury rooms / 2-bedroom villa / 4-bedroom villa / 8-bedroom villa w/wo pool, gardens 2-22 are for rent daily / weekly / yearly in Pantai Berawa 200m from the beach. Close to Batu Belig, Canggu Club, furnished / unfurnished, security, high standard. 0818 0558 7558, e-mail: <auf.>. [793] 3 ara of prime building land for sale, in Batu Bolong, 5 minutes from the sea. This is a rare opportunity to buy a small affordable package of land in this desirable area. No agents! For information call Ni-Luh on 0819 1666 0433. [710] Berawa 2 bedroom villa for sale or rent, ocean-view, land 2.5 are with plunge pool, out-door/in-door dining, 2 kitchens, 3 bathrooms, fully renovated charming home. SMS or call 081 657 9138. [799] Villa for rent. European French antique look. 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, fully furnished, swimming pool, 2 min from Berawa Beach, 5 min to Canggu Club. Rp. 180 mill/year. Call 081 895 7082 (direct owner). [801] Rent 3,5 are, 2km from Canggu Club, Rp. 3,5 million per are per year nego. Also Oberoi 3 are 2 years + option location for villa nego. 0815 5822 5537 / 0858 5734 8896. [810] C/Re/I-10 March 10

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GIANYAR Ruko for rent, 2 floors, 2 bedrooms, 4 toilets, AC, hot water, kitchen set. Contact 081 2394 8595. [637]


50 are beachfront land with view of Mt. Agung and sunset for sale only Rp. 15 jt/are, near lembar Lombok. Pls contact Jhoni 081 138 7502, e-mail <>. [731]

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Business Hours Monday to Friday from 8:30 - 4:00 Jl. Majapahit No. 46, Kuta Tel : [0361] 755 392 [Hunting] - Fax : [0361] 764 191 E-mail: Website:

NUSA PENIDA Fabulous freehold land investment opportunity. Nusa Penida Harbour on hill side! Best view ever!! TTL. 18,000 m2, 200 facing ocean view by 100 meters wide. IDR. 40 million per are neg! Has paved access, water and electricity. Tel: +62 812 385 2318. [635]

NUSA DUA 1 house and 1 villa for rent or sale Nusa Dua & Jimbaran area, land for rent/sale also, close Geger beach. Please contact 0361 777 092 or 0361 877 1711 or e-mail <>. [736] Villa for rent with ocean view. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms + Photo Copyright Joe Kennedy Photography Phone 282339

1 showroom, 1 guest toilet, livingroom, kitchen, AC, garden, s.pool, gazebo, satellit-TV. To the beach Geger 2 min drive.


Perfectly positioned within Seminyak, just a stones throw away from Sentosa and world famous “Eat Street.” This one bedroom townhouse is perfectly priced for investors and currently holds an expat tenant in place for the rest of the year giving you an immediate income. In a complex with security and cleaning staff and to finish it all off there 37 years left on this lease! What else can you get these days for under US$100,000 that generates a fantastic return? So don’t miss out…. Price : USD 65,000 | Location : Seminyak | | +62 361 8475955 REF RV - 403

Very quiet place, parking for 2 cars. Rp. 85.000.000/year. 0812 3753 4644 Alex. [785]

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VILLA I (3,4 Person)

In Million Rp 1,8 / DAY 10 / WEEK 30 / MONTH

In Million Rp 1.2 / DAY 7 / WEEK 20 / MONTH

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Villa Di Uma SANUR Cute Little Villa

Not yet complete built on 3.5 Are of freehold land, there are many new features here. The villa is built very high up and sits on a rubber blanket so will never be any problems with flooding or dampwalls. There are two bedrooms, TV room, open kitchen and bar, all the plumbing is done with new technology highpressure plastic pipe, all electrical cables are in conduit and are property terminated reducing the risk of any electrical problems later on. The villa has been built with very high walls for added security this combined with an electrical remote controlled gate allows the occupants to sleep soundly without having to worry about intruders and the maid will just love her little maids room with its private en-suite. Large carport and practical sized swimming pool and as the name of the villa implies outside there are magnificent views of the rice field.

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For lease building Jalan Majapahit 12 Kuta, 2 AC,


2 toilets, hot water, extraction fans, many power outlets, minimum 21 months Rp. 55 million negotiable. Room for rent Jl. Danau Tamblingan Sanur. Near beach and shops. 0812 3647 8515 / 0812 3769


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contact us Jln. By Pass Ngurah Rai No. 17 Sanur Mob. No: 08174705110 Phone: 0361 282236 e-mail: website:

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Location in Kartika Plaza Kuta near airport Denpasar. • Land size 1 Are • Western style • Fully equipped

ph. 0361 7855600 | 081805536233

Price: Rp. 1.7 billion (nego)

Contact: (0361) 7446932 / 08123654977

Address I Address II Address III

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Nusa Dua - Jimbaran. Furnished 8 bdr hse Rp.130 million/2 yrs. Renovated 5 bdr hse semi furnished Rp.110 million/ 2 yrs. 5 bdr hse-Taman Griya Rp.70 milion/yr. ● Nusa Dua. 2000m2 land w/2 semi furnished country houses total 6 bdrms, huge garden with fruit trees and herbs US$ 290,000. ● Gianyar - Penatih. 10mins from Sanur; furnished 3 bedr house on 400m2. Cheap price US$ 110,000. ● Tejakula-Tembok. North East Bali between Singaraja & Amlapura 56,5 are beachfront land Rp. 40 million/are. ● Sanur. Overcontract warung/ resto 40/50 seats in mainstreet with compl. inventory, 4 years Rp. 340 million. ●

Karangasem - Padang bai Freehold 2 storey, 2 b/r,1000 m2. US $ 385.000 (VS 007) Freehold 1100 m2 , 2 b/r, 2 bath rooms, & garden US $ 330.000 (VS 008) Leasehold 2 storey villa, beach front, 750 m2 , pool, 3 b/r. AUS $ 300.000 (VS 012) Leasehold 210 m2, 2 storey villa, 3 b/r, pool, US $ 195.000 (VS 025) Seminyak Leasehold 20 years, bath room , pool,750 m2 ,200 m2 building. US $ 295.000 (VS 013) Leasehold 2 storey villa, 32 years , 750 m2 , pool. EURO 300.000 (VS 019) Kerobokan Freehold 2 storey villa, 4 b/r, 3 bath room, pool, garden IDR 2 Billion (VS 023) Freehold 2 storey villa, 130 m2 , 1 b/r, semi furnished, & pool. US $ 155.000 (VS 027) Canggu Leasehold 2000 m2 ,7 Villas, bathroom, restaurant, bar, pool EURO 325.000 (VS 014) Jimbaran Freehold 1000 m2, brand new villa, 3 b/r, pool US $ 275.000 (VS 011) Freehold 3 storey villa, 200 m2 , 2 b/r, 4 bath rooms, pool AUD $ 330.000 (VS 022) Karangasem - Candidasa Leasehold 150m2, 1 bed/r, 2 bath/r, liv/r, kitch, s/pool. and fully furnished (fr rent also) USD 150.000 (VS 037)

: Jl. Werkudara Gang Bintang No. 4 Legian : Jl. Raya Legian Gang Arjuna No. 473, Legian Kaja - Kuta. Ph: (0361) 754 533 : Jl. Raya Seminyak, Gang Goa No. 2 Seminyal. P: (0361) 847 5747

● Sidakarya-Jl. Mertasari. New 2 storey 3bdr house close to Sanur, Renon & Bypass, fully furnished+solar system. Bargain price US$170,000. ● Gianyar-Bona Village near Sanur, hotel / bungalow complex, 14 rooms, all licenses, restaurant, recreation area w/fitness room, spa & Finland sauna. Euro 650,000. ● Pejeng - East of Ubud. Private estate on 20 are with all facilities; 7 bdrms, heated spa & meditation area offering ricefield view US$ 650,000. ● Sanur. 1&2 bdr apartments $130,000 - $165,000 / 99 years lease also rentals daily, monthly + yearly! ● Sanur. 2-storey 4 bdr house for sale Rp. 890 million.

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6.5 Are at Canggu. Nice view, road access 4 meter, 3 minutes to Berawa Beach & Tugu Beach.

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SEMINYAK – is the world class tourist destination, where a lot of international standard cafes, restaurant fine dining, Club & Lounge, boutique Hotels and Luxury Villas emerge. Seminyak Area amongst world property in Bali is known as an area having the highest appreciation of property investment in Bali and it can be assured that your investment value will keep increasing sharply. The Seminyak Condotel is the best investment We offer The Seminyak Condotel as the best choice, as our premises is located in elite area Jl. Raya Petitenget No. 7 and very close to Seminyak Beach. The development will be completed in August 2010 and the hand over of unit will be executed on 5th of October 2010. The Seminyak Condotel is completed with facilities, such as, Swimming Pool, Restaurant, Pool Bar, Meeting Room, Internet Wifi, Circle K, Shopping Arcade, ATM, CCTV and 24 hours security will be a complement of your investment and all properties will be managed by international experience Aston International. The Seminyak Condotel offers the highest ROI in Bali The best choice for you to invest in The Seminyak Condotel as the price per unit of condotel is relatively cheap with the HIGHEST return which has ever had. We guarantee your investment produces 18% per year (or 90% for 5 years), Return on Investment (ROI, 6 years to 12 years period) offered is very high reaching 12-23% per year, therefore the Break Even Point (BEP) period is really fast, namely 6 years only. Your investment convenience is also protected by Buy Back Option with increase of investment Rp. 48,000,000/year, therefore you can sell your unit anytime. This investment package includes: free stay 21 days/year, free furniture & electronic package, free maintenance & service charge, free insurance !!! All in one price, and there is no other hidden expense later. Definetely we are one of the best investment options ever! Get a chance to win grand prize Mercedez Benz C200. AOC (Apartment Ownership Credit) is available with super light instalment through OCBC NISP & Bank Mandiri. We provide instalment package with 0% interest for 12X instalment. Contact your property agent now or visit our show unit soon and choose the available unit at our marketing office at Jalan Raya Petitenget No. 7 Seminyak, Kuta Utara, Bali every day at 09.00 Wita to 17.00 Wita, telephone: 0361 732488, 733543, e-mail;, Very limited opportunity, while units are available

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Freehold villa in Seminyak with proven track record on the rental market. This 2 year old freehold 3BR (plus one) villa, built by one of Seminyak’s most successful developers/estate managers, is located within walking distance to the main road in Seminyak and it is only 500 meters from the beach at Gado Gado. The custom kitchen may not be in line with everyone’s tastes, but a new kitchen can be inserted at a very reasonable price. The freehold title makes this new offering a very rare find! Sale at USD 550,000




Great land, over viewing beautiful rice fields and a small river valley. Located in the quiet area of Pejeng Kaje Ubud, only 10 mins drive to central Ubud. Electricity, water supply and access road is on site. This excellent land is suitable for a private villa. Asking price: IDR 60.000.000 (approx. USD 6.600.-) per are, SALE- FREEHOLD: IDR 1,440,000,000 (approx USD 160,000)





Located in Seminyak, just off the main Oberoi street where the famous restaurants, trendy boutiques, and throbbing nightlife can be reached easily, this 2,000 sqm plot of land is available to lease for 30 years at IDR 7,000,000 per are per year. This land is suitable for small villas development, or private villa. The strategic location ensures this land will not be long on the market. Act now!



Rare freehold land in Lestari, Sanur. This 300 sqm plot of land is ready for development of a private villa. Close to the schools, restaurants, shops, beach and 20 min to the airport makes this property a great investment to build a family home. Asking price: IDR 220 million/are. FREEHOLD: IDR 660,000,000 (approx. USD 73,000)


This brand new freehold villa is situated in Sanur’s most privileged area, amongst many consulates and expat residences. Just a stroll away from the beach, with ocean views from the second floor, it also has excellent access to the by pass. Built to high quality specifications the villa offers comfortable living to an expat family while offering a good investment in ‘freehold’ scarce Sanur. SALE FREEHOLD: IDR 5,500,000,000 (approx. USD 600,000)

SEMINYAK Jl. Kayu Aya (Lesmana) 77X, Seminyak Tel: (62 361) 737 358



Incredible opportunity to buy best priced property of its class in the highly new developed and exciting location of Echo Beach, Canggu. All this villa needs is a little TLC and “sweat equity” to make it a stylish and warm residential, or a high rental earner. From the open air living room through the garden and on to the infinity edge swimming pool faces a breathtaking view of expansive, terraced rice fields, and “green belt” area. Large 350 m2 villa rests on an ample size 750 m2 plot. Sale at USD 295,000


Situated on 620 m2 of land at the end of a private road and overlooking certified greenbelt ricefields, this new offering is a three story 4BR villa set within an exclusive estate of just 4 villas. Built to the highest of international standards this villa boasts 772 m2 of under roof construction and in addition to the 4 bedrooms the villa offers a media room/office/bar, 3 balconies, waterproof indoor/ outdoor Bose sound system and a 17m lap pool. Fully furnished to the highest quality as well. Freehold at USD 715,000.



This contemporary Balinese villa sits in the Banjar Anyar Kelod in Kerobokan. With stunning traditional rice field views the drive to this villa is one of pure pleasure. Consisting of 3 bedrooms plus office en suite with separate guest cottage and large self contained gazebo it represents outstanding value. The villa itself is 700 m2 under roof and allows the single storey structures to follow the contours of the land as they gently slope to the bottom of the garden pool. Two master bedrooms en suite each with their own balconies surrounds the outdoor terrace with both living and dining facilities. USD 995,000





This freehold villa with private swimming pool is settled next to a green belt zone, protecting it from future developments. This two bedrooms villa offers great investment value. Set in a tranquil environment only five minutes from central Sanur and 20 minutes from the airport. SALE FREEHOLD: USD 195,000



Here is rare opportunity to acquire the leasehold for 21 years at IDR 2,100,000,000 on a beachside plot of land less than 10 minutes from the center of Seminyak. Become part of a small and very fortunate community that has come to call this section of Berawa Beach “home”. This plot lies adjacent to another 1000m2 plot which is also available for lease, so the two plots could be combined for a spectacular 2000m2 plot. A must see!



Level block of 1.700 square meters in coastal village of Ketewel. Prime developing area with tar sealed access where no such land is available anymore. Utilities are on site and close to other villas. 40 minutes from the international Airport and 15 minutes to central Sanur. SALE FREEHOLD: IDR 1,530,000,000 (approx. USD 168,000)



Beautiful Balinese Lumbung style house, located in Denpasar and just west of Sanur. Only 15 minutes to the airport and 10 minutes drive to the Sanur International School & close to the shopping mall, making it ideal for a young family. It features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, open living and private pool. SALE FREEHOLD: IDR 1.300.000.000 (approx. USD 143,000)

SANUR Jl. Danau Tamblingan 78, Sanur Tel: (62 361) 287 642

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Boasting almost 12 Are freehold land on the right side of Sanur, this sweet colonial style villa comprises of 3 different buildings. The main building consists of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, living/dining and bar area on lower level, big lounge area and balcony on upper level offers you mountain and ocean views. Second building consists of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, with its own kitchen and living area. The third building is designed for the staff, with 2 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, laundry area. This semi furnished villa includes a 12x6 pool with Bale, large secure parking area, lush garden. REF RV-704 It’s perfect for family living. Price: USD 540,000

Sensational 3 bed villa is within walking distance to the beach and a stones throw away from Canggu Club and international school. With outstanding workmanship and clever design which makes the most of the 5 Are freehold land. Surrounded by gorgeous villas which will surely ensure that this area becomes one of the hottest locations in Canggu. Priced to sell and is amazing value not to be missed! Price: USD 475,000 REF RV-550





Situated in the prime location of Seminyak, on 5,1 Are this 4 bedroom en suite villa has been built on 2 levels. The master bedroom on the lower level has a beautiful bathroom with indoor and outdoor shower. The 9x4 swimming pool, custom designed kitchen, large balcony on the upper floor, open space dining and living area have a beautiful blend of glass and wood design. Price: USD 420,000 REF RV-658

Set amidst tropical gardens, this villa is located in the heart of Seminyak in a serene but still happening neighborhood. Consist of 4 modern Balinese type villas, 1 of 4 bedrooms and 3 of 3 bedrooms they have a harmonious balance between gardens and buildings, a good mix of outdoor and indoor areas. Fully furnished. The bedrooms open on to the swimming pool, sunbathing area & tropical gardens. Each bedroom has air conditioning, en-suite bathroom, daybed and wardrobe. 3 bedrooms , starting from USD 300,000 , 4 bedrooms, USD 400,000 REF RV-619



CHARISMATIC CANGGU This charming 2 bed villa set of 3 Are of freehold land is nestled beautifully in a manicured pretty garden. The Balinese design is rounded off with well appointed kitchen and European standards. Perfect for new family or as a holiday rental. Closely situated to Canggu Club, international school and fashionable Seminyak. Price: USD 275,000 REF RV-482

This freehold 5 bedroom villa built on 2 levels, has a unique contemporary design set on 3.5 Are of land in beautiful Sanur. The living/ dining and modern kitchen are open plan design. Tropical landscaped garden provides a lovely atmosphere. The upper floor is a large multifunction area, and the villa is complete with staff area and secure garage. Price: Rp. 2,300,000,000 REF RV-705

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