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For Sale; Old type Wilson Rally Junior tennis racquets for sale made of iron suitable for age 8 - 12 Rp. 300.000; also Yonex adult tennis racquets made of carbon with Wilson NXT string, complete cover, Rp. 700.000; all are original. Please call 0852 5363 4563. Kuta. [002]


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Moving Sale; 1 pcs teakwood cabinet 2 M long x 70 cm high x 60 cm width Rp. 2,5 mill, 2 pcs small teakwood bench single sofa Rp. 2,2 mill and 1 medium. Rp. 1,5 mill, 1 large teakwood bench sofa 2 M long x 1 M high x 80 cm width Rp. 3,5 mill photo availble for e-mail. Call 0852 5363 4563. [003]

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For Sale; PS3 original games: Gran Turismo 5 Prologue & Street Fighter IV. Mint condition. Rp. 250,000 each. SMS/call 081 116 8805 or e-mail: <peazefrog@>. Ubud. [196]

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For Sale; Storage containers. small Rp. 30,000, medium Rp. 75,000, large Rp. 150,000. very good cond. runner handmade carpet. Very good cond. Rp. 800,000. SMS/call 081 116 8805 or e-mail: <peazefrog@gmail. com>. Ubud. [197] For Sale; iPod Touch 32GB. Scrn protector. case. Very good cond. Full set with Box. Rp.1,8mil. SMS/call 081 116 8805 or e-mail: <peazefrog@>. Ubud. [198]

For Sale; Unwanted gift. Book and Tshirt unopened. Eat Smoke Sleep by Aussie author, funny book plus T Shirt Eat Smoke Sleep with Kombie. Nice gift size XL. Too large for me. 175,000Rp. 0818 0576 6160. Sanur. [044] For Sale; Treadmill - Fitness Art 1080hr, fully automated, variable programmes, inclining, full manuals, Rp. 7.500.000. Jl. Cargo/Saridana area, Denpasar. Tel: 0878 6005 0360. E-mail: <roy@vickersplace. info> (for photo). [045] For Sale; TV, colour, Vitron model vt-2101 fs.6 outlet sockets, remote control - Rp 400.000. Jl. Cargo/Saridana, Denpasar. Tel: Roy 0878 6005 0360. E-mail: <roy@> for photo or to buy. [046]


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For Sale; Portable USB flexible laptop work light Rp. 100,000. D-Link bluetooth adapter for PC or Mac Rp. 200,000. USB compact flash card reader. Incld. software Rp. 50,000. Infra Red USB sdapter for PC. New in orig. Box Rp. 50,000. SMS/call 081 116 8805 or e-mail: <>. Ubud. [199] For Sale; Apple airport express base station. Works for Mac & PC. Very good cond. Full set with box. Rp. 800,000. SMS/call 081 116 8805 or e-mail: <peazefrog@>. Ubud. [200] Remember today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday.

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For Sale; Restored bicycles. dating from 1904 t0 1937, bicycles made by Triumph. B.S.A Raleigh, Humber. Will separate or sell as collection. Priced from 2,5-4 juta. Ph/ SMS 0818 0367 7873. [032]

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Moving Sale; Very rare piece piano “Kimball” antique 1857 certificate of origin and serial number, registered made in USA. All well function very good condition. Contact Gofrid 0361 603 1294. [033]

For Sale; Surfboard “doc” surf prescription 6”0x18 1/8x2 1/8 roundtail, excellent condition. Rp. 1.8 million. Open to offers. 0821 4484 1295. Canggu. [040]

For Sale; Unwanted gift, Mothercare umbrella stroller Pink Jive, still sealed, new with tag & box. Suitable for baby girl 6 months -15kg. Still available at Mothercare store at IDR 900K. I’m asking for only IDR 750K. Contact: <chisse@yahoo. com> or SMS 0818 0318 0777. [034] For Sale; Unwanted gifts. Original Kate Spade tote bronze bag + matching bronze wristlet wallet bought in the U.S. All new with tag only asking for IDR 1,500,000. Contact: <chisse@> or SMS 0818 0318 0777. [035] For Sale; Professional video camera: Sony DSRPD100A. Including extra battery (NP-F960) and water/air tight Pellican case. Excellent deal for only 15 million (paid 26 million). Text message 0361 310 4838. <>. Seminyak. [155]

For Sale; Notebook Acer Aspire 15,6” AMD 1,6 Mhz, memory: 2 GB, HD: 200 GB with Russian keyboard. Only Rp. 2.900.000. Contact 0819 1637 0037. Seminyak. [041] For Sale; Playstation 3 slim in black. Condition is perfect and works as good as new, 2 controllers included, Fifa 11 and other games (Rp. 250,000 each), for more info. Please call 081 2385 9022 / e-mail <jeremygrenkowitz@>. Kerobokan. [042] For Sale; Bamboo 3 meter lengths for building. Not plants. Used once for construction of cement roof. Cost 9.000Rp each. Sell 2.500Rp each. Around 100 pieces. 0818 0576 6160. Sanur. [016] For Sale; Baby view mirror so baby can see you (happy baby) and you can see baby (sleeping or not) in a rearfacing car seat. Easily installed on car seat/headrest. Teddybear-shaped, brand new. Rp. 50,000. Photos 0815 5872 5972. Sanur. [017]


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For Sale; One year old LG air conditioner with guarantee for IDR 2.500.000 and fridge with glass front door for softdrinks IDR 1.800.000, <anneda_fr@>. Kuta. [167]

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For Sale; Equipment for studio music without the drum: guitars, bass, complete sound system; location Legian, for a list with prices e-mail to <anneda_fr@>. [168] Wanted; Good condition, 2nd hand; children English & Mandarin story books, kid high chair, adult push bike, book shelves. 0812 1612 5038 / <sanurhome@yahoo. com>. Sanur. [169] For Sale; Custom made stainless steel spiral cutter. only 1 million rupiah. Very good to start for the profitable fried spiral potato business. for more info SMS/call: 081 725 8918. Denpasar. [173] Wanna get rid of your new or nice looking second hand body/boogie board. Good quality and well known brand would be nice. Please send me a short email with your offer: <masc4ever@hotmail. com>. [166] For Sale; 6’8” x 18 1/2” x 2 5/16”. Tokoro Rd Pin surfboard from Hawaii. Great condition! $300USD. Contact 0858 5732 0471 or <>. Seminyak. [147]

For Sale; Women triathlon suit -Zoot tri-fit racesuit 2010 size L color azalea. Brand new, only tag removed. IDR 900,000. Contact 081 2386 7320. Jimbaran. [120] For Sale; Small solid teak dining table and 4 chairs. Size 1m x 1m with 2 matching bar stool. Rp. 1.8 million. Contact 0812 3727 2255. Denpasar. [121]

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For Sale; Spear big pelagic fish (tuna, wahoo, mahimahi) with world’s best freediving gear. Brand new Riffe custom gun (standard 43) w/ extra shaft, spare parts, and ten meters American 9/16th rubber w/complete floatline and fiber buoy runaway system $1,000. Wet suit Excel (sml), long Cressi fins, weight belt, traveling “knockdown” three-prong, & many new “Bluewaterhunter” accessories offered cheap due to ruptured eardrum and no can dive now. Considerable discount for everything. Kerry in Amed 0812 3646 1859. [001] For Sale; C-maps (old1990-1993-1995 & 1998) for Chartplotter: Spain Southern & Nothern Part plus Morocco and East Coast plus Balearic Islands, Sicily, Greece, South France. Price: 20 Euro each. Contact: <info@> or 0813 3753 4097. Denpasar. [008] For Sale; Wetsuit 3mm, 750.000rp. Contact 0819 3300 1547. Sanur. [146] C/Ns/I-01 June 11

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The Art of Tattoos Part 1 By Michele Cempaka The history of tattoos dates back as far as 5,000 years ago when the frozen body of ‘Otzi the Ice Man’ was discovered in 1991 with 57 tattoos on his body. Six of these tattoos were thought to be therapeutic in origin. The simple straight markings measured 15 centimeters long and were located just above his kidney. (Source: The word tattoo is said to be derived from two sources: the Polynesian word ‘ta’ meaning to strike something and the Tahitian word ‘tatau’ which means to mark something. In Indonesia, tattoos traditionally represented strength & power. This ancient art form can mainly be found on the islands of Mentawai (70 islands and islets off the western coast of Sumatra), Papua New Guinea and Borneo. The ‘tattoo Mentawai’ also known as ‘Titi’ is one of the oldest tattoos in the world. Ady Rosa, a tattoo researcher from the fine art department of Padang State University believes the art of tattooing began being practiced when the first settlers came to the islands between 1500 BC and 500 BC The Mentawai p e o p l e consider tattoos to be sacred. Thus, the tribal s h a m a n known as ‘sikereis’, u s u a l l y performs this duty which must be conducted with a sacred ritual process that is part of A r a t Sabulungan, a local animist belief. Tattoos are created by hand tapping the design into the person using wood which comes from Mentawai man the native Karai tree. The ink is made from a combination of carbon and sugar cane juice. Tattoo lines are repeated several times to ensure that black lines will be permanently imbedded into the person’s skin. The most common tattoo design is the Sago tree, which usually consists of stripes on the legs to represent the trunk, long dotted lines running down the arms which resemble the branches, patterns on the hands and ankles are reminiscent of the bark and curved lines on the chest symbolize the Sago flower. Metawai’s tattoos have many purposes which include identification of a tribal member’s ethnicity and region they are from, their trade or standing in the community and decorative. Additionally, the talents of the tattoo artist and the ‘mana’ or spiritual force of the group are another important function of tattoos. According to sources, there are about 160 different tattoo motifs. Mentawai men and women usually have dozens of these tattoos all over their bodies. In Mentawai tradition, there are three periods when a person receives tattoos. The first time occurs when a person is around 11 or 12 years old and tattoos are created on their upper arms. The second time occurs around age 18 or 19 years old when tattoos are made on the person’s thighs. The third and final phase occurs when someone is an adult. There is a wonderful story based on Mentawi mythology, of a young boy who transformed himself into the first Sago tree, so that his people would never run out of food. This Sago tree is one of the most revered symbols of the Mentawai people’s religion, Jarayak, and this tree image is tattooed on the body of every medicine man. One of the main aims of the Mentawai’s tattoos is to help them achieve perfect harmony with the spirits of the forest.’ (Source: mentawai-islands-tribal-tattoos.html) Tattooing has also been an important tribal custom for 100’s of years on Papua New Guinea. According to Lars Krutak in his article: The Forgotten Code: Tribal Tattoos of Papua New Guinea, “Among the Motu, Waima, Aroma, Hula, Mekeo, Mailu and other related southwestern groups, women were heavily tattooed from head to toe, while men displayed chest markings related to their exploits in the headhunt. This tradition almost completely disappeared by World War II. Today only the Maisin and a few

neighboring peoples of Collingwood Bay in southeastern Papua remain as the last coastal people to continue tattooing itself.” T h e tradition of Papua New Guinea followed a distinct order for tattooing w h i c h began with young girls between the ages of five and s e v e n . Ta t t o o s w e r e created on the back of their hands up to their elbows, and from the elbows to their shoulders. Girls who were seven Papua New Guinea woman and eight years old received tattoos on their face and lower belly, the vulva and up to the navel, then the waist down to the knees and outer thighs. At age ten, the girl was tattooed from her armpits all the way up to her nipples, following with the throat soon after. When a girl was close to puberty, tattoos were inked on her back from the shoulders down, then the buttocks, back of the thighs and legs. When a young woman was ready to be married, she would receive V-shaped designs from the neck all the way down to the navel. These markings represented a young woman’s rite of passage and in some cases were erotic. Without them, a woman was deemed unacceptable for marriage. A popular tattoo motif was the frigate bird which symbolizes ‘Tangata-Manu’, also known as the Birdman deity. In some cultures this deity also represents “the host of the spirit of the dead.” The Papua New Guinean people like the Mentawai, always created tattoos inspired by nature or ones which represented their spiritual beliefs. In the Bornean tradition, tattooing was used to mark p h y s i c a l journeys. The Bunga Terung or ‘eggplant flower ’ is the first tattoo a Borneo male would receive. It is a coming of age tattoo which marks the passage of a boy into manhood and denotes where he comes from. All tattoos that he received afterward told the story of his life as he went Borneo tattoo out into the world to find knowledge. He would always get a tattoo to mark each place he had ever been, creating a rich tapestry of his life which was indelibly inked into his body. Other functions of tattoos include marking of big events such as fatherhood or marriage. Additionally, tattoos were used for protection from physical or spiritual harm. For example, tattoos done on the throat also known as (Ukir Rekong) are believed to strengthen a person’s throat and prevent his enemies from taking

his head. Women of Borneo also have tattoos, but the designs and locations are different from those of men. Some of these tattoos include bands on the forearms which represent the woman’s skills, such as weaving and cooking. Without these tattoos, Borneo men would be unwilling to marry a woman, because this signifies that she’s still a girl and therefore would not make a good wife. Popular Borneo designs are usually thick black tribal work which has different meanings. The main focus of all Bornean tattoos is nature, such as flowers, animals, fruits, and trees. In the 1950’s and 60’s many Bornean people converted to Christianity and the tattoo tradition nearly came to a halt and almost became obsolete. A rebirth of tattoo art resurged about 15 years ago when many journalists and researchers came to investigate ancient traditions of Borneo which they shared with the world. The art of tattooing reemerged once again with a great fervor, becoming one of the hottest trends throughout many countries around the world. Henna tattoos also known as ‘mehendi’, began in India, Sudan and other Middle Eastern and African countries over 5,000 years ago. In addition, “evidence has been discovered that henna was used to stain the fingers and toes of Pharaohs prior to mummification when it was also used as a cosmetic and for its healing power. The mummification process took 70 days and as the Egyptians were diligent in planning for their deaths and their rebirth in the afterlife, they became quite obsessed with the preservation process. The Egyptians believed that body art ensured their acceptance into the afterlife and therefore used tattooing and Mehendi to please the gods and guarantee a pleasant trip.”(Source: In India, women would apply henna to their skin daily with the exception of widows, who wouldn’t wear henna as a sign of mourning. On special occasions like weddings, Indian brides would also get henna to represent the joy of their upcoming union. According to professional henna artist and researcher Catherine C Jones, the beautiful patterning prevalent in India today has emerged only in the 20th century. Undoubtedly, the Balinese culture has always been greatly influenced and inspired by the Indian culture, adapting their religious Hindu practices and cultivating their talent for creating this ancient form of body art. While Balinese do not wear mendhi today, one has to wonder if in ancient times women may have adorned themselves with this lovely paste which leaves an orangebrown stain on the skin? Henna is created from the leaves of the mendhi plant which are ground into a powder and then made into a paste. This paste is then applied to the skin to make henna tattoos. The designs are often inspired by nature with vines gently wending their way up a woman’s arm or small flower motifs which adorn their hands and feet. The tattoo is not permanent and usually fades in about six weeks depending on how frequently the person washes that part of the body or exposes the henna tattoo to the sun. According to, “Henna designs have traditionally fallen into four categories: Middle Eastern style, which primarily consists of floral motifs akin to Arabic textiles, paintings and carvings, the North African style, which usually follows the shape of hands and feet using geometric floral patterns, Indian and Pakistan designs, which extend further up the arms and legs giving the appearance of gloves and stockings which are made up of lines, paisley patterns and teardrops. Lastly, the Indonesian and Southern Asian styles were a mix of Middle Eastern and Indian designs using blocks of color on the very tips of their toes and fingers.” As we move into the modern world, the purpose of tattoos has changed dramatically along with the types of designs which people choose to adorn their bodies with. For some there are personal events which have inspired them to get a tattoo, while others choose to get a tattoo because it’s trendy or makes them feel sexier. In part 2, you will find out more about where to go on Bali to get a quality tattoo, the kinds of designs that tattoo shops specialize in and the kind of equipment and dyes used to create tattoos.

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For Sale; Many household and furniture items for sale due to relocation. Call or sms to 081 2386 8039 for full list and details. Kerobokan. [214] Looking For; Nokia E66 new or in like new condition. Di cari Nokia E66, baru atau dengan kondisi bagus. Contact +62 878 6198 8111. Seminyak. [215] For Sale; 2 Ariston water heaters 100L and 50L. Good working condition. Best offer. Dijual murah 2 pemanas air listrik, Ariston. Contact +62 878 6198 8111. Seminyak. [216] For Sale; Voltage stabilizer, stavolt, Matsumoto, 3000N. 3000W. 1.2 juta. Contact 081 139 8474. Jl. Marlboro. [217] For Sale; Digital scale 400gr and HL400, almost new. 1.2 juta. Contact 081 139 8474. Jl. Marlboro. [218]

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Restaurant closing sale; Program system Transight, computer, touch screen, bill& order printers, UPS, ceramic Chinaware, glass ware, AC LG ArtCool 2PK, stainless exhaust with piping and fan, aquariums, beach& pool wooden table and chairs, decorative wooden trolleysalad bar, wooden decoration, safe box, many others. Text 0812 3612 5179, e-mail <rusbear64@>. Nusa Dua. [182]

For Sale; Black weatherproof rattan â&#x20AC;&#x153;eggâ&#x20AC;? swinging chair as new complete with cushions 1.5m rupiah ONO. Must collect from Legian area. Contact Chris 0813 5328 3871. Legian. [222] Garage Sale; Kerobokan weekends 4th + 5th, and the 11th+12th of June. Household goods and fashion factory clearance. Mattress, cushions, water dispenser, shelves, teak cupboard, assorted storage cabinets, shelves, tables, etc etc etc. Call: 081 7973 5637. [223] For Sale; Canon lens L series 24-105 f4 IS, good worning condition. Sell for Rp. 9.500.000 negotiable. Contact Adi 081 2392 5264. Denpasar. [224]

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For Sale; High-end Krell KAV300i integrated stereoamplifier. Genuine 150watts per channel into 8 ohms. A truly wonderful amplifier. Priced for quick sale. Serious buyers only. Contact Maurice: <maurice_gold@>, HP: 081 834 4787. Sanur. [225] For Sale; For serious collectors only. Antique (more than 100 years old) set (fork, knife and handle steel with bone handles) for lamb leg, made in France 3.000.000 Rupiah. Text 0812 3612 5179, e-mail <>. Nusa Dua. [185]

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Moving back to Canada sale: Everything must go good deals. 2 days Friday June 10th, 4pm-8pm & Saturday June 11th, 9am1pm. Selling all household necessities furniture, dishes, too much to list. Call / e-mail for directions 0878 6185 9550, <conraddrupadi@gmail. com>. Kerobokan. [009]

For Sale; Club quality amplifier (absolute design model AD1800). Used, works great 4 speaker output, 2 channel, MIDI to Aux outputs. Cords included. Paid $400.00 USD sell for Rp. 1,000,000. E-mail <conraddrupadi@gmail. com> or call 0819 3610 1919. Kerobokan. [010]

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by Dr. Kris

Elks and Stags

Elkhorn and staghorn ferns are native to forests in Africa, Madagascar, Australia, Asia and South America. They are epiphytic plants which grow on a host, but unlike a parasite, take no nutrients from the host tree itself. They primarily rely on nutrition from the air, falling rain and leaves and other organic debris that simply falls into their lap. They are commonly referred to as composting plants because of their ability to live off falling debris. These ferns can be found high in tall trees attached to the bark, or sometimes growing on rock faces.

You now must select a location to hang your stag. If outdoors choose a location with bright diffused light but no direct sun. Your stag can handle some sun, but only in the early morning. In nature, they always have a leafy forest canopy over them producing diffused light or broken shade so re-create this condition as best you can. Make sure that it also protected from windy conditions as these ferns can easily dry out, and they are usually accustomed to environments of high humidity. If indoors, keep it in a bright room away cold blowing air, the bathroom is usually an ideal spot.

Recently I came across a very large elkhorn fern that had fallen from its mounting. So I took the opportunity of producing a few cuttings from it, before re-mounting it. You can easily divide an elkhorn fern and attach the new buds to a timber frame and then mount it on a wall, or even on another tree. Here’s how you can do it.

As your stag grows, it will grow over the mounting line whilst also attaching itself to board. You’ll notice that the dead fronds at the back of the fern curl over to the front to form a basket shape. Fill the basket with moss, leaves, compost, tea bags or whatever organic material happens to be lying around. In particular they like the potassium found in old banana peels. Outdoors leaves and other airborne materials will automatically fall into your fern. As these materials accumulate and decay, they provide added food for the plant. Water it well and feed it with fish emulsion as it aids root development.

Before you take the cutting, first you need to decide on a mounting board. The mounting board you select should be a hard wood, as this will be durable and less likely to rot and fall apart. If you use a small board, you will very likely have to re-mount your stag on a larger board in the future. If you don’t have anything suitable at hand you could even use thick cardboard as a temporary measure for a few weeks, and then you can mount the cardboard directly to a wooden mount at a later date, when you find a suitable piece of wood. To make the framework, I used a hardwood paling cut into six pieces. Three horizontal pieces of paling are screwed onto three vertical backing pieces. The cross made at the centre is good for tying the fern on. I then use two picture frame hooks on the back to attach string or wire for hanging. You could also use two nails for this task. Once your board is ready then you can cut the bud. It is generally much easier to cut a bud from the outside edges of the plant, either the sides or bottom. Using a kitchen knife or a serrated bread knife, cut right around a green bud to a depth of a few inches so that you take some root growth. Trim the bud into a flattish shape which can be attachéd to a lattice or a piece of wood. If you like you can place moss, bark or compost behind the fern before mounting. I normally use an old sock or pantyhose filled with bark and compost. Place this on the frame then the fern on top of that, and then fasten with twine or wire being careful to avoid damaging any of the green buds. If you mount the fern directly to a board you will need to make some holes at the back of the board for the twine to weave through, or if you are using a lattice just weave through the gaps that are already there. Basically you are weaving the fern to the board. Keep crossing your stag with the line, and attach it through the back until your stag is firmly mounted, and tie off the knot at the back out of view. If your fern is large you will need to attach a very strong hook or wire loop to support your stag when hanging, because it will get very heavy especially when soaked with rain.

These ferns are normally mounted on a wooden board. However, some people like to hang them under large trees to form a ball of foliage. To mount directly to a tree, I like to use cotton twine. In time, new fronds cover the line and it will attach itself to the tree. By this stage you would cut the twine so as not to damage the tree branch as it grows. Avoid winding wire around the trunk as this can easily kill the tree. If you have a small stag, you could also use strips of pantyhose instead of the twine.

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The advantage of the panty hose is they will decompose in about a year. By that time your fern should have sufficiently attached itself to the tree. For the first few weeks after transplanting ensure that plant stays moist. Once established, in the absence of rain water once a week. The water will pour through quickly so you’ll have to apply a lot of water to get a good soaking. If possible collect rain in a bucket for your fern, or even use water from the fish pond and pour it over. If your plant is still small another good technique for watering is to place it face down in a fish pond for half an hour once a week. The fern will soak up the water and all the other beneficial nutrients, and you will definitely notice the improvement in its health and growth. Cutting, dividing and mounting elkhorn and staghorn ferns is a good idea for maximizing green space and developing a vertical garden. Dr. Kris Garden Doctor Contact: Copyright © 2011 Dr. Kris You can read all past articles of Garden Doctor at C/Ho/G-1 Dec. 10

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by Angela Dewan

Jakarta by Moonlight Jakarta’s electricity woes has the government begging everyone for help. Jakarta Governor Fauzi Bowo asked residents to switch off their lights for an hour on Friday a la Earth Hour. At least this time he asked nicely. Usually, rolling blackouts occur wherever, whenever. Well, it’s not really that random. The state electricity board, PLN, knows exactly where and when the lights will go out, it’s just that they don’t tell anyone else. Boy, would a snitch at PLN come in handy. Blackouts have cropped up at some very inopportune times, and a little planning would go a long way. Some examples of these inopportune times: just before I saved a work file on my desktop computer; when I have straightened the hair on just one side of my head and, most embarrassingly, while on a treadmill at the gym. The cut caught me by surprise and I fell off the machine to the side, smacking my head on the handrails. Thank you, PLN.

“You’ll see. Something dark inside will come out tonight,” she smirked. Eye-roll number two. We were going to a party that night and the dress code was black. This made it impossible to find an outfit, quite literally, with all my black clothes camouflaging into the darkness of my wardrobe. I picked an outfit and attempted to do my makeup. When we were all ready, we met in the lounge room and headed out. We walked out of the gate and were met by a kampung kid. He looked at us and gasped. “Penyihir! Penyihir!” he screamed and ran away. As we waited there for our cab to arrive, a pack of kids came around the corner to see us. With one look, they also screamed and ran. “What’s penyihir?” Jane asked me. “I’m not sure,” I said.

To ask Jakartans to optionally turn off their electricity is pushing it. Our lives are full of unexpected blackouts. Last Friday night was the most recent cut at our house, although Fauzi swears he had nothing to do with it. It was around 7p.m.. I was cooking a red Thai curry and my housemates were in the middle of curling their hair for a night out. Then out of nowhere, pitch black. Just like that. Powerless. It had been a while since our area was left in darkness, so we were utterly unprepared. “What happened?” my housemate Jane yelled. “Blackout!” the rest yelled back. So it came to stumbling to my room in search of an assortment of scented candles to illuminate the house. Which still smells like vanilla, by the way. My Thai curry survived, being cooked on the gas stove, and my housemates and I got out the picnic rug and dined by the pool. As we ate, it occurred to me that I could see the stars, for the first time in a long time. Now you people reading this in Bali probably take the stars for granted. In Jakarta, you have just about as much chance seeing a star as you do a shooting star, thanks to layers of pollution. So four sweaty housemates with bad hair ate in the dark and watched the stars. My housemate Kath — who believes the moon has divine powers to my dismay — commented on the full moon. “There’s something in the air tonight,” she said. Even in the dark, she could feel our eyes roll.

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Our host, Dewi, opened the door and screamed. “What are you doing? This isn’t Halloween? You just had to wear black, dong.” We walked into the house, and hanging to the right on the wall was a mirror. As soon as we saw our reflections, we realised why the kids were so scared of us. Without any light, we had done a terrible job of our make up and looked like freaks. My attempt at a smokey-eyes look was actually a battered black-eye look, and my red lipstick had found it’s way past my lips. I looked like a cross between the corpse bride and Ronald McDonald. “Dewi. What does penyihir mean in Indonesian?” I had a sneaking suspicion that I knew. “Penyihir? Let’s just say that you look like one! A witch!” So, what’s the point of all this, you ask? There is a moral of the story, and I direct it to Fauzi Bowo: Fauzi, don’t ask Jakartans to go without lights on a Friday night. And if you do, don’t be surprised if a wicked bule penyihir crosses your path. Be warned.

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For Sale; Kitchen top material 1,260 m2 ash, beech, American walnut, white oak, sapelli, teak, wenge, zebrano. 20% off market price. E-mail: <>. [006]

For Sale; Ice machine, Scotman Italy, type MV32AS6, 1600 watt, weight 170kg, filter Yamaha 58 ltr. Contact 081 2460 7272. [065]

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thing. But aside from the ugly wasteful mass accumulating in the world from cruelly abandoned, once lovingly adored and previously fashionable dial pads; it is worth remembering that every up grade relies on more dredging of renewable resources. The Sprint Replenish is a Smart Phone made from 82% recyclable materials with 34% post consumer recycled material, and packaging consists of 80% post consumer waste. One day it will be as fashionable as the old brick phone, but at least it won’t have made such a rotten mess of things.

Passionate youth and future world leader Gary Bencheghib and his organisation Make A Change Bali, as well as ecoBali, Desa Seni and the Canggu Rotary Club came together to make loveliness at the beach on May the 21st. Twenty five people pecked their way through the sand, filtering all the glass, light globes (that one fascinates me still), plastic and no doubt a few thongs. On behalf of Bali - THANK YOU! Thank you for cleaning up our mess, because you care so much about the earth, and thank you for setting such a brilliant example to others.

KUMBAYA Loving your children is not a good enough reason to spend 5 weeks of the July holidays hanging out with them, and frankly the feeling is probably mutual. So if your child is between eleven and thirteen then you can palm them off to Green Super Camp for a week from the 5th of July 2011 and help mould your darling into a sustainable and forward thinking community leading action figure. Hot Ticket!

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WATER WATER EVERYWHERE BUT NOT A DROP TO SPARE…Until now! The pendulum has swung. Demand for water in Bali outweighs supply and in response to this the Governor is imposing a 1000% increase in tax for water usage. If you have a 200 room hotel with a 150 000 litre pool you might be creating a little water of your own at the thought if it! Let it be the motivator to start thinking more laterally about your water sources.

Hotel and villa owners take note! Innovative global water technology has arrived on our balmy shores. If I told you this technology would increase your bottom line, increase the health and well being of clients, reduce reliance on outside water supplies, increase the life span of all your bathroom, laundry and kitchen outlets and water using appliances, and wipe out a massive need for plastic bottles in hotel bathrooms just to brush your pearlies you’d be mad not to at least check it out right? What makes this new technology different from other water filters, like reverse osmosis, is that it is significantly more efficient in the way that it produces the water, so as to reduce energy use and increase water supply, ultimately producing crystal clear water that it is chemical, bacteria and hormone free, yet still containing important minerals. I could go on and on and on but you would be better off picking up the phone ad talking to Troy Lowrie Director of Star Fish Bali Water Purification 0815 4700 626. PHONE’S ADDICTION Lovely, evil mobile phones. Can’t live with billions of ‘em polluting the environment can’t live without ‘em. There is no getting way from the horrible truth of it, those clever rectangles can make the difference between you being a social and economic insignificant or a world conquering sure

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A little slow off the mark - but in honour of the Royal Wedding and Bali as a favoured destination for lovers of love, bare foot beach nuptials and love heart shaped petal arrangements on white cotton sheets, please repeat after me: I (place your own name here) take you, Bali to be my beloved home / holiday hotspot. I promise to love, honour, cherish and respect you, to care and protect you, for as long as we both shall live. Bless….I hope it’s a long and happy marriage.

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For Sale; Used PC Computer, RAM 1 GB, Intel 2.26 Ghz, Monitor viewsonic flat 19”, CD-RW lite, DVDRW Pioneer, 200 GB hard disk. 3 million IDR. Call Steven 0858 6807 6652. [150]

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Alcoholics Anonymous We are men and women who drank too much but have found we can help each other to stop drinking. We have meetings every day on Bali. If you want to learn how to stop drinking come to a meeting. To find a meeting, go to our website: www. or call us: English – 081 5581 04700 Bahasa Indonesia – 087 8623 60454.

B.A.R.C Bali Adoption Rehabilitation Center for dogs located in Ubud cares for negleted/abused animals in need. We survive on donatations only. To assist us please see our website <www.>. To adopt a rehabilitated puppy vaccinated and humanized please call 0361 275 7664 or 081 855 0947.

Amcham Indonesia Amcham Indonesia affiliated with KADIN the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce, have established a special nonJakarta membership category. Keep informed on local laws and regulations pertinent to U.S. business interests in Indonesia. Join Amcham contact <> or fax to 286 284.

Bali Artisans Improving the lives of the impoverished through Fair Trade. Our mission is to alleviate poverty by creating opportunities for the poor to establish a sustainable source of income. We sell fairly traded handicrafts made by the impoverished men and women of Bali. For more info please go to <www.>.

Anand Krishna Center Meditation is not just sitting down in silence, but working dynamically in the market place amidst the maddening crowd, however maintaining silence in the heart and mind. Anand Krishna has custom tailored hundreds of techniques to help modern men and women experience the ecstasy of meditation. Come and join us to live fully and celebrate life! Contact : Anand Krishna Center Jl. Pura Mertasari 27 Sunset Road Area, Kuta-Bali Phone :0361.7801595 or 08563709294/08179741165 < or>.

Bali Business Club – The first in Bali Bali Business Club is a group of professionals representing different industries who meet weekly to present their own business and to generate business referrals within and outside the group for each other. In other words members increase each others business through leads generated in a structured professional environment. It is all about increasing ones business through personal referrals.Bali Business Club meets once a week on Thursday mornings from 7.15 to 8:30 AM. You will find Bali Business Club the only true business referral networking group in Bali. To be Invited to the next session please call Peter on 0819 9907 5639 or e-mail info@ ANAK Foundation Since 2003 ANAK has helped children in need of financial support for their education through a system of Godparents Bali Buleleng Flying Club sponsoring annual godchild costs. Our donors also participate in health and water projects. We act in several A non-profit organization with the aim of promoting aerosports villages in very poor dry areas in Northeast Bali. Website : in Bali and cross-country flying to other islands. For more information contact <> or <http://www. <>>. Aussie Rules Football The Bali Geckos Australian Rules Football team are always Bali Community Choir looking for new players of any standard. Young or old to join The Bali Community Choir meets from 7 - 9 pm every Tuesday in training and matches. Training is at 5pm every Thursday evening at the Gateway Community Center Jl. Danau Batur at the Seminyak Soccer oval [opposite Made’s Warung]. For No. 3 in Sanur. (Near Bali International School, directly across info call Bigboy Peter ‘Gun’ Muir 081 856 3474. from the Canang Sari Restaurant.) Open to all. No auditions

required. We are a happy group of Indonesian and expatriates singing a wide range of music. The choir has a program of public concerts and social gatherings throughout the year. For more information call Brendan at 0813 5312 0682 (English) or Ricky at 0813 3875 3327 (Bahasa). Bali Export Development Organization A membership organization to develop exports from Bali and to build capacity among manufacturers and designers mainly in the sector of handicraft, furniture, fashion, jewelry and other related products produced or marketed in Bali. Monthly meetings in the 3rd week of each month with guest speakers on related topics. More information on <>, <> or 0361-759 282. Bali Folk Club Meets every Tuesday evening between 7 pm and 11:30 pm at the Cat & Fiddle, Jl. Mertasari no 2, Sanur. All acoustic musicians welcome. Beginners session - Sunday 11 am. Bali Garlic Club BGC is a group of garlic lovers, a non- profit organization and a multi-cultural forum for young-at-heart. We form a monthly dinner/ day out, an annual festival and other events that benefit the Balinese community. The BGC newsletter is available at Bali Deli. Contact <>. Bali - Internations InterNations is an expatriate’s community for people living and working abroad. It is a network of like-minded people within a community of trust and confidence, connecting expatriates with other expats. We have over 230 local expatriate communities around the world uniting members of 180 nationalities. Membership is by invitation and free of charge. All expats and locals with ‘Global Minds’ living in Bali are welcome to join our Bali InterNations online Community and join our live gathering monthly events. To be invited for free membership to Bali– InterNations please go to www. and click “Request Your Invitation” or call Kevin on 0813 1730 3994 for more information.

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For Sale; House furniture, all must go. Mattress, sofa, table, chairs kitchen furnitures also. To see it call or SMS +62 812 3675 4061. Photo <>. Canggu. [076]

Looking For; 100% good quality wood, rattan, cane and natural material furniture suppliers/manufacturers in Bali or Java. if you know anyone send contact to: <asianbuyerbali@yahoo. com>. [070]

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Gugun Blues Shelter Wins Jakarta-based Blues phenomenon Gugun Blues Shelter will take Indonesian music to one of the biggest stages on the planet after it was confirmed the band will rock up to 130,000 fans at London’s Hyde Park venue this June.

guitarist. “We would also like to thank those who believed in us and voted for us. Our family, fans and the media. We have gone from local winner to world winner. It’s great for us and great for Indonesian music.” Furthermore, bassist Jon feels that the opportunity to showcase their talents at the highest level can not only inspire the band to move up to the next level, but also inspire a whole generation of Indonesian’s to pick up an instrument, follow their dreams and aim for the stars. “There are so many talented Indonesian musicians out there,” he added. “Some have already discovered their talent and need direction, and others may discover their talent soon. “If we can inspire the next generation of Indonesian musicians to keep going, playing the music they love no matter what people say and be really ambitious, then we can be proud of what we’ve done.”

The band, made up of lead guitarist Gugun, drummer Aditya Wibowo and Englishman Jon Armstrong on bass, are set to fulfil their biggest dreams after winning the Hard Rock Cafe’s Global Battle of the Bands competition and the main prize to play alongside Jon Bon Jovi at the Hard Rock Calling Festival in the UK. GBS’ road to Hyde Park started way back in March at Hard Rock Jakarta, Plaza Indonesia, where the band fought off stiff competition from other acts from across the archipelago to clinch the title of Indonesia’s battle of the bands champions. Hundreds of bands battled it out at other Hard Rock cafes around the world for a place in the first round of online voting to decide who would be heading to the UK to play at the iconic rock festival alongside legends of Rock such as Bon Jovi, Rod Stewart, Adam Ant and the Killers.

The band, who are currently on a mini-tour of the UK and are soon to release their fourth album, have gone from strengthto-strength in recent times, sharing the bill with Buddy Guy and the Gypsy Kings at Singapore’s Rock and Roots festival 2010 while they rubbed shoulders with stars such as John Legend, Toni Braxton and Santana in the backstage area of Jakarta’s Java Jazz festival in March 2010. Fluent in the Bahasa Indonesia, Jon himself has become somewhat of a celebrity in his adopted country and is currently a co-presenter of daily live music program Dahsyat on RCTI. But despite the group’s rapid rise to fame, Jon admits that the prospect of playing in front of hundreds of thousands of screaming rock fans will still set the butterflies buzzing in his stomach as the band make their final preparations before going out on stage. “Playing to a large crowd is such a buzz especially when they start to get into it. We as a band can really feed off the audience’s energy,” said the 31-year-old.

Thanks to thousands of Indonesians, GBS booked their place on the plane to London after they were voted runaway winners of the South–East Asia and South America region at the end of April. And then it all came down to the final vote. Going head-to-head with the three other regional winners from Europe, America, and central Asia, the band entered into a play-off vote to determine who would win the star prize of sharing the main stage with Jon Bon Jovi on Saturday 25th June. After a week of campaigning for online votes on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, as well as Indonesia’s TV and Radio stations, the band emerged victorious with another landslide victory and the band’s bassist Jon, 31, admitted he was over the moon when the news came through. “It’s really unbelievable. I keep pinching myself to make sure I’m not hallucinating,” he said. “Now we just can’t wait to get out on to that stage and show all of those fans who we are and what our music sounds like.” The band specialise in Modern Blues-Rock-Funk and have been highly acclaimed across South-east Asia, rocking shows from Kemang to Kuala Lumpur and recently represented Indonesian modern music at the world Expo in Shanghai, China. And band frontman Gugun believes that playing in front of hundreds of thousands of music fans, journalists and professionals at Hard Rock Calling will give them the chance to shine a spotlight on the modern Indonesian music scene and raise the profile of Indonesian music abroad. “We have proved to the world that quality music with extraordinary skill can come out of Indonesia,” said the

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What is a Keris? A keris is a Indonesian ceremonial dagger which normally has a wavy blade. Made from a mix of iron, nickel and steel, keris are thought to date back to the 10th-century kingdom of Airlangga, according to I Nyoman Weda Kusuma, a professor at the Faculty of Literature at Udayana University in Denpasar. It is at this time that the title ‘Mpu Keris’ (keris experts) starts to appear in Javanese literature.

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Shrouded in myth and legend, over the centuries these daggers have become associated with magic and the super natural, and, to this day, many keris are believed to possess other worldly powers. Ida Bagus Sudarsana, the head of the Indonesian Hindu Association, views the physical structure of the dagger as a representation of the human body, with the handle as our skull, the hilt as our collar bone, the t-section as the shoulder blades, and the 11 waves in the blade as our chest bones. The number of waves, however, may vary from keris to keris.

Keris vary in shape and form depending on both what region of Indonesia they are from and who the maker is. Religious convictions have also affected keris forms over the centuries, with the handle of an Islamic keris taking a more crescent shape and a Christian one resembling a crucifix. To add to the prestige of a keris, the handle may be elaborately carved and inlaid with a variety of precious stones. There are many keris makers in Bali, notably in Denpasar, Klungkung and Tabanan, and the quality varies a great deal. One of the more well-known keris makers in Denpasar is Pande Nyoman Budiana from Tatasan Kelod who inherits his blacksmith skills from a lineage that dates back many hundreds of years. The world’s largest collection of keris is in the possession of the owner of Neka Museum in Ubud, Pande Suteja Neka. Next edition I’ll tell you why some people are adamant that every Hindu family in Bali should own a keris... 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) 464201 for further queries. Copyright © Kulture Kid 2011 You can read all past articles of Kulture Kid at C/BM/G-4 May 11

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I started this column by putting in a hint and then decided to dedicate the entire column to hints. The following three hints will really help you to get that sticky keyboard clean; create un-guessable passwords; and a warning of a new scam that can really ruin your day (and your computer):

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Hint #1: Cleaning Gunky, Dirty Keyboards My keyboard’s always catching junk -- dust, bread and cookie crumbs, and unidentifiable gunk! I know for a fact that a clean keyboard lets me type faster and more intelligently, with fewer mistakes and more important, lets me finish these articles more quickly. My method is simple: I use a tissue and rubbing alcohol to remove the grime that builds up on the keys. To get rid of all the loose gunk, I take the keyboard outside and blast it with a can of air. It’s one of those low-cost ways to feel like you’ve accomplished something important. On those rare occasions when I’m feeling ambitious, I remove the four screws at the bottom of my wonderful Merc Stealth keyboard, detach the keyboard from the case, and use the air can there, too. Try it if you have the courage -- and the handyman skills. And if you tip a bottle of beer onto the keyboard, some people recommend you try popping it into the dishwasher. By the way: If you can’t find a ‘can of air’ here in Bali (I’d try RIMO), then just take your keyboard to a place that fixes tires and have them blow it out for you. As for the rubbing alcohol, you can use gin, but that’s a real waste of good booze. Better is to go to your local Apotek and buy a bottle of alcohol from them. 5% should do it. Hint #2: Passwords – good and bad Let’s start with BAD passwords. With so many people today using social media (Facebook, etc), it is much easier than you may think for people to guess your password. So, THINK before you use one of the following for your password (especially for your bank, on-line mail, instant message, etc.): 1. Your partner, child, or pet’s name, possibly followed by a 0 or 1 (because they’re always making you use a number, aren’t they?) 2. The last 4 digits of your social security number. 3. 123 or 1234 or 123456. 4. The word “password” 5. Your birth city, or a college or football team name. 6. Date of birth – yours, your partner’s or your child’s. 7. “god” 8. “letmein” 9. “money” 10. “love”

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Now for a good password: the very best is to use some password software like LastPass ( You create your master password and the program then remembers ALL your other ones for you. And can even create very safe and unique ones for you. For me, I love using the first letter of a favorite phrase or quote. Come on, what is one of your favorite quotes? Let’s say it is “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself” from Churchill in WWII. If that is a favorite, then use the password “totwhtfifi”, which is the first letter of each of the words. Easy, huh? And almost impossible for someone to guess! If you want a secure password without having to remember anything complex, try shifting your fingers one set of keys to the right. It will make your password look like gibberish, will often add in punctuation marks, and is quick and simple. Let’s take a look at how a few of these popular passwords fare when run through this method: • password => [sddeptf • letmein => ;ry,rom • money => .pmru • love => ;pbr • bunny => nimmu Hint #3: Fake anti-virus scams Security researchers at Google are warning that one particular type of scam is gaining momentum: fake anti-virus programs. In a blog post previewing a 13-month study on the prevalence of fake Anti-Viruses on the Web, Google said that more than 11,000 individual domains were involved in the distribution of these scams. According to Google, that figure accounts for roughly 15 percent of all malicious software on the Internet. Also known as “scareware,” fake AVs often appear as pop-up videos that simulate a real infection in malicious Web sites. A message then prompts the user to fix the problem by purchasing the fake anti-virus. The damages can be twofold: not only do victims give away their financial details when they are asked to register and pay for the fraudulent product, they also unwittingly do the criminals’ dirty work and install malicious software into their computers that can steal more data or enslave their machines to send spam. Fake AVs have already caught the attention of authorities and other security experts. Last month, security firm McAfee noted in a consumer threat alert that scareware has more than doubled since the first quarter of 2009, “affecting around 69,000 people in the U.S. alone.” Last December, the FBI issued a warning related to these scams. McAfee recommends users to always do some research on an anti-virus company before purchasing their products, be careful when responding to pop-up ads and have your security software up-to-date. ============================================================================================ Have a question or problem? Write me at I’ll try and answer as soon as I can.

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Drive Angry All hell breaks loose when Nicolas Cage’s granddaughter is kidnapped by a fanatical religious cult, who has some evil plans in mind for the baby come the next full moon. Nicolas has three days to save the child, and he drives like crazy all over the southern states of America in hot pursuit of the clan. Meanwhile, an odd character, simply called ‘The Accountant’, is tagging Nicolas with his own agenda. Okay, my best advice is to just dispense with the ridiculous plot and concentrate purely on the action, which comes thick and fast. Director Patrick Lussier makes a pretty furious action movie, while Nicolas Cage gives yet another one of his more unemotional performances. Scream 4 And, so, the murder and mayhem continues on unabated. This series of horror-comedy films, which focuses on a masked psychopath murdering heaps of nubile young teenage girls, first appeared in 1996, then 1997, and again in 1999. Director Wes Craven supervises things for the fourth time, and he makes some very witty and ironic comments on the whole ‘slasher’ genre. Meanwhile, Courteney Cox reprises her role as a pulp-fiction novelist, also for the fourth time. Forget Courteney’s stardom in the TV sitcom ‘Friends’, Courteney is going down in cinema history as a ‘slasher’ queen! Courteney wears way too much red lipstick. She swans around making all sorts of outlandish statements, and, generally behaves way too much over the top. It’s a must see movie if you like that ‘camp’ sort of stuff. Happy Thank You More Please In this movie director Josh Radnor follows the lives of three loosely connected New York couples, as they go about their business as budding young professionals, artists, singers, and writers. The three stories Radnor presents are touching and heartwarming, and they occur in places very far removed from the glamorous restaurants, bars, and clubs usually associated with this kind of New York ‘romance’. Perhaps, this movie is a more realistic depiction of contemporary New York life styles. All of the fresh new actors and actresses present characters which are very believable and likeable. The movie is extremely charming, and at times quite poignant. Chalet Girl Emerging English comedienne, Felicity Jones, stars in this comedy as a working class girl, strapped for money, who takes a winter job in a high class Austrian alpine chalet. There is nothing more to this movie than Felicity’s attempts to cope with the chalet guests, find her legs on the ski-slopes, and the inevitable love affair. Yet, Felicity presents a personality which is endearing, and marks her for better things to come. Look out for the brief appearances of Bill Nighy and Brooke Shields, as a pair of Euro Trash. Thor In this mess of a movie Thor is no longer a Nordic god, but, a member of the royal family of a far distant planet. After a family spat, which turns into a bid for power by his evil brother, Thor is exiled to Earth. There he meets some ‘Secret Service’ government types, and a research physicist, who he thinks is rather cute. However, after doing some heroic deeds, Thor has to return home to attend to matters there. That’s about it. There’s nothing else to the movie. You kinda get the feeling that the whole show is some sort of prelude for something to hit the screens at a later date, which is probably already filmed. Of course, the special effects are amazing, and, if the DVD keeps the kids quiet for 95 minutes, then it is well worth the purchase price. Something Borrowed Kate Hudson and Ginnifer Goodwin star in this extremely tedious romantic-comedy, badly directed by Luke Green-



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TOKO BUKU Reviews of English language books on Indonesia

Sino-Malay Trade and Diplomacy from the Tenth to through the Fourteenth Century by Derek Heng For more than 2000 years China has been an important player in the international economy and has historically exerted enormous influence over the development of political and economic affairs in regions beyond its borders, including the Malay region centered on the Strait of Malacca. Although this vital waterway between the east coast of Sumatra and the west coast of present-day Malaysia was the most important sea route in ancient times, some shipping also passed through the Sunda Strait between West Java and Sumatra’s southernmost tip of Lampung, then on into the Indian Ocean. Sino–Malay Trade and Diplomacy examines how changes in the foreign policies of the Chinese court affected the fundamental nature of the economic interaction between China and this important sub-region of Southeast Asia which was only one of many trading centers along the oldest long-distance international trade route in the world. Dubbed the maritime Silk Road, the route began in South China, passed through the Strait of Malacca, then on to India and the Persian Gulf, finally completing the journey overland via the Mediterranean shores to reach the markets of Europe. The range of traded commodities varied enormously from Chinese imports of pearls, gold, ivory, sandalwood, spices and incense to exports like silk, textiles, iron goods, coins, crafts and particularly ceramics. Sumatra became a huge consumer of China’s porcelain. In turn, Chinese ceramics left their unmistakable mark on local Sumatran crafts. The book’s uniqueness and value lie in integrating archaeological finds (especially shipwrecks) and written accounts from both China and Southeast Asia to provide a rich, multilayered picture of Sino–Southeast Asian relations in the pre-modern era. This was a time when the fortunes of kingdoms and trading posts changed as often as the sea tides. Archaeologists have uncovered the data of this period at ancient manufacturing sites, urban and residential areas, old ports, markets, fortresses and sacred buildings, trading centers in southern China, and in the cargoes of shipwrecks retrieved from the bottom of the South China Sea. Remains of imported ceramics have been found throughout the Indonesian archipelago at easily visited strategic stopovers along maritime routes, but also in the upper courses of rivers in remote hinterland regions such as the Kerinci Highlands of Jambi.

Excavations at the Candi Gumpung and Muarajambi compounds in South Sumatra uncovered a wealth of Chinese ceramics indicating the high degree to which the area was integrated into China’s vast international commercial network. Even before the 10th century, Chinese trade in the area was widespread.

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An Arab shipwreck discovered in 1998 by fishermen in the Riau Islands off east Sumatra was filled with 9th century Chinese glazed pottery, rare pieces of early blue-and-white porcelain, silver and gold vessels, including the largest gold cup ever found from the Tang Dynasty (618-907). It is speculated that the ship departed from China, made a stopover on the north coast of Java, then headed for the Sunda Strait, with the Middle East as its final destination. Sailing the waters of Nusantara at the time was a dangerous undertaking. Many ships went down for a variety of reasons such as pirate attacks, the unseaworthiness of the vessels, and severe storms. This significant discovery near Jambi suggests that China had substantial sea trade not only throughout Southeast Asia but also with the Middle East. Scholars had previously thought that China, the Middle East and Europe were linked primarily along the overland Silk Road. C/BT/I-22 Sept 10

Derek Heng, an assistant professor of history at Ohio State University, approaches the topic from both the Southeast Asian and Chinese perspectives, giving us a view of the period unavailable in other studies of Southeast Asian and Chinese literature. What was needed was to bring these dynamic but very separate fields of research together. As the eminent Asian scholar Anthony Reid remarked Heng’s book “breaks down the barriers between the fields of Chinese history and Southeast Asian history.” Professor Heng has succeeded in turning a ‘dark age’ into a coherent overall picture of the changes that transformed Southeast Asia into a world center for commerce for more than four centuries. Before this book, scholarship was confined to poor translations of Chinese court records. Through penetrating and persevering scholarship, the author has produced the only notable comprehensive history of Sino-Malay trade during the first age of global trade in the pre-European period. Sino-Malay Trade and Diplomacy from the Tenth through the Fourteenth Century by Derek Heng, Ohio University Press 2009, (, ISBN 978-0-89680271-1, paperback, 304 pages, dimensions 5½ × 8½ in. Available for Rp250,000 by special order ( from Ganesha Bookshop of Ubud and @ Biku in Kerobokan. Electronic editions available from $5. For any publishers interested in having one of their books considered for review in Toko Buku, please contact: Copyright © 2011 You can read all past articles of Toko Buku at C/BT/I-26 Jan 11

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For Sale; External harddisk Western digital elements LE 500GB purchased in January 2011 only Rp. 450.000, cable+HDD only. Teges Kangin, Ubud, Wayan 0878 5316 8818. Photo pls email me; <waa.bali@gmail. com>. [053] Looking For; Wooden baby play box with or without adjustable bottom. Call in English, 0813 3806 4583/ in Bahasa 0812 2584 6286, Canggu. [054]

For Sale; Almost new A3 size Canon photo printer ix5000, open only for install the ink. I sell it because never use it. New 3.5 mill rups sell for only 3 mill rups. Contact 081 2360 9966. Sanur. [062] For Sale; Golf clubs - Ping G2 irons: Men’s 3, PW. Original & authentic, excellent condition. Rp 2.2 mil. Also, Igio carry/stand Golf bag: Rp 450,000 Sanur area. Please call or SMS: Rita/Marko 081 629 9935. [170]

For Sale; Ibanez Pro Lines series guitars. Only 2.5 million. Red black color. Bought in Vancouver, Canada. Casing is provided for free. Good for professional and for learning guitars. Please do not hesitate to contact me 0813 5366 9678. Denpasar. [055]

For Sale; Baby bottle set from “Breastflow” - perfect for breastfed babies. Double nipple system works like breast, simulating suction & compression. 2 unused+2 as new, with stage 1 and 2 nipples. BPA free, prevents colic. Rp. 175,000. 08155872 5972. Sanur. [018]

For Sale; Aowa induction cooker (AW 55ICO) to be sold. Only 6.5 million Rupiah from Rp. 9.900.000 market rate. Only being used for 1 day. Please search to google for details specification. Interesting? Contact me 0813 5366 9678. Denpasar. [056]

For Sale; 3 years old notebook Fujitsu S6240 bought in Singapore, Pentium M, lightweight, 12 inch screen, 80GB Hdd, DVD-RW, Wi-Fi, 1GB, original softwares and carrying bag. Selling for 2jt. Call/SMS Iris 0812 464 6071. Denpasar. [019]


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For Sale; HP Pentium III, 500mhz, memory 512MB, CPU, keyboard and mouse included, no monitor. 800,000 final price. Excellent condition. Text message 0361 310 4838. < Seminyak. [157] For Sale; ML350 Compaq Proliant Server, 400, 000 final price. CPU only. Excellent condition. Text message 0361 310 4838. < Seminyak. [158] For Sale; PlayStation II (manufactured in Japan, best quality). Memory card, original joysticks. Excellent condition. 1.100.000 final price. Text message 0361 310 4838. <indiego_dk@>. Seminyak. [159]

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Delicious International Dishes (Indonesian Language Version available at With so many choices, the variety of mushrooms available here these days makes a Libra mind go crazy. As I was lost in fungal contemplation at the Tiara Dewata vegetable department, I thought, “Why not use them all!” This recipe is just the ticket. No more difficult decisions to make. However, you can vary the flavor by adding portobello or enoki or what ever else you find. Just try to be quick about your choices so you don’t hold up the other customers!

Four or Five Mushrooms Serves 4-5 Ingredients: - 1/4 cup olive oil - 4 shallots, thinly sliced - 8 cloves garlic, pressed - 15 grams fresh oregano leaves, washed but not chopped - 15 grams fresh sage leaves, chopped - 100 grams Italian parsley, chopped - 240 grams champignon mushrooms, cleaned - 3 cinnamon sticks - 100 grams shitaki mushrooms, cleaned - 200 grams tree fungus, cleaned - 200 grams oyster mushrooms, cleaned - 150 grams small button mushrooms (the ones that come in a plastic box), cleaned

and parsley and sauté, stirring until fragrant, about 3 minutes. Add the button mushrooms and the cinnamon sticks adding more oil if it’s sticking. Cook for 10 minutes. Now add the shitake and cook for 5 minutes. Add the tree fungus and the oyster mushrooms, stir and cook for 5 more minutes. Finally add the tiny button mushroom and cook stirring for 3 minutes. Add the salt and pepper and lemon juice. Mix well and serve.

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New Moon Eclipse in Gemini starts the fortnight, while Mercury follows on into that sign on the 2nd with Venus also marking it’s debut there on the 9th. Jupiter moves out of that impetuous sign of Aries and into the more sedate sign of Taurus on the 4th, where it remains until mid 2012. Neptune goes stationary at 0 degrees Pisces and marks a lovely sextile to that earthy and sensual Jupiter in Taurus. Spiritual growth and expansiveness the highlight of this moon cycle, along with communication and networking. Mercury has a very short two weeks in it’s own sign, so has a lot to do and an awful lot to say. We are headed towards a Full Moon Eclipse close to the Galactic Center and the Moon’s node at 24 degrees of Sagittarius. The potential for Karmic clearing is enormous and you would be well advised to use this portal to do just that. The alignment then, is with your soul’s higher purpose, once you have cleared the debris and the residue of ALL past actions. In these accelerated times it is possible to do just that. Opening yourself to the impulses of the Sun, Galactic Center and other planetary bodies and points will assist greatly. Guidance and information is readily available and through communication, cooperation, intention, clarity and commitment you will be aligned with all the necessary tools and higher guidance that you could possibly require. Allow synchronicity to be the marker for appropriate action. Follow the cues and clues of your Higher Self. NEW MOON 11 Gemini 02 June 2, 2011 05:04 a.m. (Partial Solar Eclipse)

ARIES: Mars remains in sensual Taurus this fortnight and continues to bring a little practical grounded energy to all your affairs. Jupiter leaves your sign now, so perhaps a good time to integrate all that has transpired over the past few months. The airy nature of the Gemini Planets works well for you and you will be able to get a lot done now. There will be big changes for many of you and a lot of movement towards the end of the month or around Full Moon. Remember to keep your mind in alignment with your heart’s desires as your manifesting potential is very high now. Thoughts becoming reality in record time.

LIBRA: Saturn moves direct in your sign this fortnight. You feel the pull to forward motion in your life now. While you may have been pondering over what your next steps may be, you now feel a certain sense of fate with respect to them. As you are released from the past and the hold it’s had over you, you are free to move in an entirely new way. Although there is still work to be done, and some of your references may still be to the past, you will be less and less under it’s dictates. Old programs are being replaced by new ones, at a rapid rate, as your mind expands and what was once unimaginable, becomes your new reality.

TAURUS: This is a solid and grounded time for you and with the support of the largest Planet Jupiter by your side, you will achieve a lot over the next year. Much understanding and growth around your true gifts, skills, talents and abilities made apparent to you. Continue to enjoy the respite offered you by Mars as it continues in your sign until after the Full Moon. Although this is a potentially very hectic cycle, you will maintain your equilibrium with a sense of ease and grace. A blessing is always bestowed while Jupiter transits your natal sign. Venus your ruler moves into Gemini and opens your passions to a new dimension.

SCORPIO: The bizarre and unusual is the new phenomena in your life. Having your world rocked by eccentric people and new ideas can be confronting when you are feeling comfortable in your own well built surroundings. It is a time of dismantling old structures and replacing them with something new. The adjustment period can be a little unsettling, even for you. Probably a good idea to let some of the dust settle before you go erecting this something new. If you act in haste, which can be a strong impulse at this time, you may find yourself in a bit of a bind in the months to come and may regret your actions.

GEMINI: What an amazing time for you, with this trio of Eclipses, beginning with the Sun’s Eclipse in your sign and the planetary march through it as well. There is no doubt a lot of excitement in your life, as your outer world reflects back to you the inner workings of your mind and intentions. This is a time to clarify your thinking process and bring it into alignment with your passion and yearning, for if you are seeing other than what you want, then it’s in your mind that the change must take place. Although there may be a certain sense of pressure occurring within your life, take the time to use some discernment.

SAGITTARIUS: This fortnight, Jupiter your ruler, changes signs. From pioneering to luxuriating, the change is momentous. You will notice this abrupt shift of gears and the events which take place in your life now, portend to what is in store for the coming months. The Full Moon Eclipse in your sign, has you turning a little more introspective and possibly with the intention of reconnecting you with your higher-self. The guidance here will take you into realms which have eluded you, up until now. So much is happening that it is really only in hindsight, that you will get to truly understand. For now, release your need to know.

CANCER: The third of our eclipses is in your natal sign, at the beginning of July, so this period which starts now is the lead-up to events that are going to affect your life for some months to come. Take notice and be very aware of what it takes to have your needs met. What home and family really means to you as opposed to what you’ve always settled for. As the past is rapidly cleared at the cellular level, the authentic you begins to emerge. Without the trappings of the past you are unencumbered and able to express and create your life in new ways. This month then, allow the metamorphosis to take place. LEO: The Sun is eclipsed by the Moon to start this fortnight. Your true nature may be a little covered by your emotional self this month and your emotional self, more expressive than ever. It’s time to bring the Truth into the light of day. Firstly, you may have to get very honest with yourself, and having accomplished that, you may have to get very honest with those in your life. If you are living in alignment with your highest of truth, all will be well and if not, then a few adjustments may be necessary. Any procrastination or confusion can be dealt with swiftly and efficiently if you have the courage to face the Truth. VIRGO: Ah, look for the solace in your earthy nature this month and join forces with the Deva and Nature Spirits while people around you spin out of control. Getting caught in that spiraling vortex of drama, which belongs to others, is not where you are advised to place yourself, this fortnight. Move to the edge of the chaos and find your balance and harmony, among like minded souls who can share inspiring information with you. Allow all media input to enhance your spiritual nature rather then detract from it. It is challenging enough to stay centered in your everyday life, without adding more fuel to the furnace of negativity.

CAPRICORN: Saturn moves direct and brings a new set of rules with it. Lessons learned will be now integrated and before too long, you will be in a position to share these with others, for their benefit. Although you may appear to be very goal oriented, it’s not always with only your own rewards in mind. You really are here to assist a great many people, and often touch the lives of others with your projects, gifts, talents and businesses. If you have ever felt criticized, this is the perfect time, to witness your own self-love in action and acknowledge your achievements, for yourself. Take a moment to reflect.

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AQUARIUS: Uranus continues to forge ahead into new territory in the sign of Aries. July brings some introspection, so for now, continue to harness it’s potential to bring exciting changes to your life. Like the rest of us, these next few weeks, will highlight your soul’s journey over the coming months. Which areas do you excel in? Find your niche through your passions and heart’s desires. Through this, you will be lead to the next evolutionary cycle. Clear the way, as best you can, by releasing all that no longer serves, or weighs you down. A little spring cleaning is in order. A good time to give away, literally and metaphorically. PISCES: Jupiter ruled Pisces before the discovery of Neptune and with the two dancing so beautifully together, you will be feeling the blessings of the Angelic realms and no doubt witnessing some miracles in your life. A little gratitude goes a very long way. Remember all those in your life, who’ve helped you get, where you are today. All the many teachers, friends, partners and strangers, who’ve touched your life in so many wonderful ways. Your spiritual heart is being enlarged at this time. Accept life’s events with Grace and Trust in the perfection of everything, without regret. Copyright © 2011 Vibhuti-Teri Norris You can read all past articles of Horoscope at C/E/G-18 May 11

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Moving Sale; Everything only 3-6 months old!! Madura style wooden furniture, cabinet, bench chair, long single drawer table Rp. 1million each and dining table Rp. 700k. LG fridge 191 lt Rp. 1.4 million. Simbadda speakers Rp. 350k. Study desk Rp. 200k. For more info or pictures of furniture. Please e-mail <cempakabali2@gmail. com>. Canggu Permai. [132]

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Wondrous Junot Diaz and the Wow Factor By Renee Melchert Thorpe The Ubud Writers Festival will blast into high gear this October when Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Junot Diaz gets center stage. Diaz, born in the Dominican Republic and now an American citizen, often lavishes credit for his current “teaching gig” at MIT on Anita Desai who had been a professor there for some years. Desai was our 2007 Festival headliner (and mother of Booker Prizewinner, Kiran Desai, who shone brightly at Ubud in 2008). Having earned universal praise and awards for his short stories (available in a collection entitled Drown), in 2008 Diaz nailed the jewel in the American literary crown, the Pulitzer. The pre-festival buzz in Bali’s growing literary crowd is that Diaz dazzles! Those who made the caravan to Jaipur’s last lit fest have returned like traders laden with rare gems. They’re all telling this reporter that the treasure they found was Diaz himself. “His choice of words is always stunning,” one local editor raves. “There’s nothing I can say that will adequately describe what Junot is like in person. He speaks in sentences that… well let’s just say, he might as well have said the same words as rap poetry.” A videographer based in Ubud says that Diaz is eloquent on a cutting edge, gets to the point, and was hands-down the most memorable writer to take the spotlight in Jaipur. Diaz doesn’t just talk the talk, either. He’s been blessed with an ear for vernacular, slang, and the cadence of everyone from a banana republic despot to a beyond-nerdy Dungeons and Dragons enthusiast. He’s got the ability to reconstruct heard voices and to glorify the way individuals communicate, a talent that energizes the heart and soul of his prizewinning novel, The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. Readers listen to the voices of Oscar’s stud-ly roommate, of several women cursed with car-accident-inducing sensuality, and a saintly grandmother, all created with incredible detail and veracity.

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Deftly enlisting numerous narrators, including (briefly and brilliantly) Marvel Comics’ The Watcher, Diaz has created an epic story of a curse, or fuku, laid on the family of one young man, the titular Oscar, long before he was even born. It’s a tragedy, a comedy, and, if you’ve ever had to live in the state of New Jersey, it’s the Great Armpit-of-America Novel (just look where the so-called Garden State is, on a map of the USA). Speaking of maps, readers of Wao become prone to frequent thumbings-through of world atlases, and it is truly a new world that Diaz opens up. What Tom Wolfe’s Electric Kool Aid Acid Test did for the genre of the American Road Trip, Oscar Wao has done for the Epic Diaspora genre. The bar is higher than ever for anyone who wants to pen, “see how my people have suffered.” The book’s not just about the Dominican experience, either, although it doesn’t hurt to have a Spanish-English dictionary nearby.

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The protagonist lives in a world of his own and yet, like a victim of some sci-fi time warp, is doomed to suffer the fallout of a bomb dropped on a remote island culture in what may as well be another dimension. But just as Diaz’ Watchmen, Spiderman, and Flash comics taught him, any explosive cataclysm has a potential metamorphosis for some bland Bruce Banner or Peter Parker. Even tongue-in-cheek superhero Howard the Duck was said to be doomed to live in a world he never made, and on that path of fearful destiny is right where Diaz’ everyreader Oscar must make his way. Oscar Wao is a brave crusader for the hidden dreamer: the voracious reader, the comic book fan, the struggling sequestered would-be novelist, or the victim of unrequited love. The hell of it is, even hopelessness has a life. Uniformly ostracized for his morbid obesity, Oscar valiantly pursues the hottest goth babe on campus (a girl with a nickname more like a title, La Jablesse) and eventually wins her intense if doomed friendship. Perhaps uber loser Oscar’s attaining a relationship with the gorgeous La Jabless is an inspired metaphor for Diaz’ own novel writing career. For, as the author tells readers of O Magazine,

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It wasn’t that I couldn’t write. I wrote every day. I actually worked really hard at writing. At my desk by 7 A.M., would work a full eight and more. Scribbled at the dinner table, in bed, on the toilet, on the No. 6 train, at Shea Stadium. … Want to talk about stubborn? I kept at it for five straight years. Five damn years. Every day failing for five years? I’m a pretty stubborn, pretty hard-hearted character, but those five years of fail did a number on my psyche. One night, unable to sleep, he extracted the best 75 pages of writing from all that he refers to as lameness, and worked it over for another two years before he finished the novel everyone had been waiting for. To sum up the process, Diaz writes, You see, in my view a writer is a writer not because she writes well and easily, because she has amazing talent, because everything she does is golden. In my view a writer is a writer because even when there is no hope, even when nothing you do shows any sign of promise, you keep writing anyway. Wasn’t until that night when I was faced with all those lousy pages that I realized, really realized, what it was exactly that I am. Junot Diaz will definitely bring to Ubud a wow factor. Watch this space for further details of the Festival, which kicks off on the 5th of October. C/U/G-9 March 11

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UBUD A TEMPEST BY THE BEACH Theatre fireFLY’s new season, Shakespeare on the Beach, kicks off in the second Friday of June with The Tempest, The Bard’s 400 year old tale of shipwrecked nobles, mysterious spirits, magical goddesses, three idiots, two adorable lovers and one betrayed duchess. Timing is everything. Yours truly flies back from a month in Jogjajakarta on the afternoon of Saturday June 12, so I can join other guests at the twilight beach performance and “shipwreck barbecue” at Mercure Hotel, Jl Mertasari, Sanur. Show starts at 4.30 pm and continues through the sunset. Tickets 200,000rp/ students 100,000; performance plus dinner, 300,000rp/ under 14, 200,000. Reservations/ info 082144993310 or Fri & Sat, June 11-12. MAYA UBUD SPONSORS ART COMP The internationally acclaimed Maya Ubud Resort has generously sponsored all three prizes for a “Conservation Painting Competition” between schools on little Nusa Penida Island, off Bali’s east coast. School children will submit paintings and drawings, with a description of why conservation is so important, with the top 10 entries exhibited in a village hall on World Environment Day (June 5), Indonesia’s Independence Day (August 17) and for four weeks at Friends of the National Parks Foundation community library on the island. The three prizes are 750,000, 600,000 and 500,000rp. FNPF is a Balinese operated NGO run by Balinese veterinarians, with conservation projects in Kalimantan and Nusa Penida. This entire island became a bird sanctuary in 2006, when its 41 villages passed a traditional regulation (awig-awig) to protect birds, in return for FNPF’s help with community development. For info: SARI ORGANIC WITHOUT THE WALK! Chef Nila from popular Sari Organic café has taken over a big space for a new restaurant this time closer to the road - within Suly Resort and School for disadvantaged kids. The new eatery, called Sari Uma-alas (the essence of padi and forest), will feature both modern healthy foods and rare, almost forgotten dishes from across the Indonesian archipelago, all prepared with organic ingredients. Official opening party June 19, with a free buffet and live music for dancing. Sari Uma-alas, Suly Resort, close to Rudana Museum on Jl. Raya Mas. For info, 0812 3866310 or 0361-976185. PLASTIK-FREE VOLUNTEERS WANTED Respected Ubudbased environmental group, Bali Cantik Ta n p a P l a s t i k (beautiful without plastic) is on the hunt for great volunteers and other assistance, to help tackle issues related to the island’s mounting piles of plastic waste. BCTP works at business, community and government level. The group says waste prevention is the first, easiest and most effective step; we can prevent plastic bag waste, simply by bringing our own bag when we shop! In developed countries, community education and strong penalties are helping reinforce this community behaviour. Campaign coordinator Anna Susanto says BCTP still strives to introduce this idea in Bali “to our mostly plastic-addict communities and businesses”. She’s looking for help in three areas; she says they badly need “volunteers with gusto for our campaign works”, donated items to auction at an upcoming fundraising event, and a new cheap – or free campaign




office – which they are happy to share with other like-minded organisations. Contact: LOCK UP, CHANGE YOUR KEYS At a conference for new Australian volunteers in Jakarta, Australian Volunteers International’s Jon Hunter offered a sensible piece of advice for people renting a house anywhere in Indonesia. As AVI’s country manager, he recommended that new volunteers don’t rent a house with high walls, nor one that is a long way out of their town. He said you may have more privacy and quiet – but that’s also what burglars like, and once they are inside your walls, they are safe, not you. He also recommended changing the door locks, which can be done through a local locksmith or by buying the equipment directly from a local building supply shop. Good advice this week, after several houses just out of Ubud have been robbed, with some people just losing cameras, wallets and i-phones, and one unlucky lass in Penestanan losing everything. After all, many tenants before you have given a key to many people for many different reasons, and any or all of them could have made a copy. JUICE JA CAFÉ, DVD EXCHANGE & GREEN INFO!

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You can also post a notice on the community notice board, and pick up all sorts of useful enviro-related information for your household. For example, there’s a great handout for making an enzyme solution from vegetable scraps (it can function as both a totally “green” household cleaner and a fertilizer for your garden), and another on how to build a worm farm to turn your kitchen scraps into beautiful earth for your garden. Both are simple and cheap to do. More info: phone 0361 971 056. Juice Ja Café on Jl Dewi Sita.

For Sale; La Germania cooker with 4 burners, oven, and gas-bottle compartment. cost 4.6 million Rupiahs. Sale price with 1 gas bottle 2.8 million. Buyer collects. Contact Maurice: <maurice_>, HP: 081 834 4787. Sanur. [226]

“Diverse, enticing and engaging.” That’s the promise for the 2011 Ubud Writers and Readers Festival program, beginning to take shape under the theme, Cultivate the Land Within. Once again, UWRF will entice powerful writers from around the world to Bali. They will include US-based Dominican Republic author, Junot Diaz, whose first novel, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, won many prizes including the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Dayton Literary Peace Prize and the 2008 Pulitzer Prize. Also confirmed are effervescent English writer, Jill Dawson, author of seven novels; internationally renowned DBC Pierre, who won the won the Man Booker Prize in 2003 for his dark satire on America Vernon God Little, and Samoan novelist, poet and educator, Albert Wendt, arguably the bestknown author from this region. October 5-9.





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ROCK ON AT THE ROCK INN One of only a few late night venues, The Rock Inn in South Ubud continues to offer great live music and bring in fine bands. Thursday night is Open Mic Nite night, Kawitana Band rocks on Friday nights and Capsoul gets you dancing on Saturday nights, from 9.30pm till late. Yum! Wood-fired pizzas and other pub food are available all night. Opposite Arma Resort on Jl Penestanan, turn left/ east at the gas station. Phone 0813 53565123. E-MAIL: BAUBUDNEWS@GMAIL.COM COPYRIGHT © 2011 WAYAN JEN YOU CAN READ ALL PAST ARTICLES OF UBUD NEWS AT WWW. BALIADVERTISER.BIZ C/U/G-1 June 11

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Say What? Question: I am living in a world of confusion, grief, and guilt. I have been living with a man for about two and a half years now. We have been together for nearly 4 years, and we have a 16-month old daughter. My concern is that I am not entirely happy in the relationship. I feel that we are not meant to be together and often find myself wishing we had never met. I am angry with myself because I had many opportunities in the past to leave him, and I think I didn’t because I was too afraid of being single. I also couldn’t bare the thought of his dating anyone else, which is very childish, I know. In the past we have broken up at least 4 or 5 times but always got back together. I feel as if we have no good communication skills, and we are just way too different. There is also an 11-year age difference: He will be 36 in a few days, and I will be 25 in about four months. At first, I thought the age difference would be good, thinking he would be mature, but I have come to realize that he isn’t as mature as he should be for his age. I was married once before and that’s one of the major reasons why the marriage ended. I married my high school sweetheart, and he was very childish and liked to kill and sometimes torture innocent animals, including one of our dogs. But the point is, with this relationship, I find myself wishing that I was able to live on my own and raise our daughter on my own. I am a stay-at-home mom, so I have no source of income for myself. Even if I had a job and got paid good money, I feel he would never let me leave. We’ve discussed it in the past, and I have told him how unhappy I was, and how I wanted to leave. First, he’s not going to let me leave with the baby. Second, I have nowhere to go at all -- and I am not going to leave without my daughter. At least he does not abuse me. He supports me and pays all the bills. But I feel unsatisfied with our love life and with our relationship. I keep feeling like there is a man out there, a soul mate I guess, and it’s not the man I am with. I feel guilty for feeling this way. I only confess these feelings to my journal and a couple of close friends. I don’t want to spend the rest of my life in the situation I’m in. I do love the man I’m with dearly, but feel as if I am not “in love” with him. I also battle with low self-esteem, and I know I can’t truly love another until I love myself. I feel I need to help myself first then help the relationship. But in my heart, he isn’t the man for me -- not 100% -- maybe only 45%. I don’t know

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I find myself nagging him for the smallest things. I get irritated very easily with him. I am tired of being angry with him for not putting his clothes in the laundry basket or for his love of football. It literally causes big fights whenever football season starts. I hate football, he loves it. It’s so silly, but it angers me to no end. Please help me! I don’t know what to do, and I can’t stand living in guilt for the way I feel. I’m also tired of feeling this way. I’m too ambiguous. I never know what I want anymore. One day I am happy with him, the next I can’t stand him and want out of the relationship. Any advice will be appreciated. Dr. ZZ: You’re in a relationship and feeling confused. Dependent and uncertain, you wish you were doing something else. None of this sounds as if it can be much fun. Your letter is all over the map. If you were a washing machine, we would say you were in the spin cycle. From such a state of confusion, chances are you can’t see much of anything clearly. What you need to do is stabilize yourself, learn who you are and what you want, and then develop goals. Don’t waste your time fantasizing about other men or leaving your partner. All that is just a distraction to keep you from finding yourself. It is a diversion away from learning about who YOU are. When you can be comfortable with yourself, then you will find a way to reach your relationship goals. No one ever said that life was about the outer journey – it’s an inside job. Looking for a different boyfriend is not the way to solve this dilemma. Find out who you are, and work on yourself instead. There is no better person than the one you’re with.

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                    with     Getting busier out there in retail-land, more new shops cropping up, & new  collections hitting the stores; check out Lily Jean, on Jl Oberoi, prior to SoHo   restaurant - Fabulous new season pieces now gracing the racks, drop by &   try on! Delicious slippery silks, shimmering luxe, fashion pieces with edge;    daytime to pm - divine, too divine!  Bali Stones – One Stop Shopping & Shipping!     A Successful Australian Freight Specialist, one of Bali’s leading freight    forwarders for sea & air freight to Australia & the world.   How many times have I heard the   words when out shopping with   people, (even when shopping for   clothes) “Oh, next time in Bali, I am going to buy a heap of furniture and   send it back home” or “Oh no, I   can’t buy anymore, my bags are full   already”! Excuses maybe? but I   would take a guess that most folk don’t even understand how easy it   is to freight goods across the   oceans or skies. The answer is, as   long as they deal with a reputable   operator, who is upfront with them from the start, & takes a little time   to explain the facts.    Bali Stones is and always has been a one-stop shop for product, and they freight   product from - put-together gazebos, stoneware, marble non-slip tiles, stones &   pebbles, fountains, lighting & lanterns, bench tops & a variety of decorative statues.  Apart from such a convenient location in the heart of Bali town (a 5000m2  showroom in Legian) you are only paying wholesale prices, this is surely a better   option than having to trek all over the isle to locate product that you may or may   not find? Now, some facts to digest and, with the holiday summer season coming   up fast, what better time to make note, so when you are ready to fill that con-    tainer, or even half a container, or less, you will understand how it all works.  All freight is calculated at a set cubic meter fee and there is no size or weight   restriction. Bali Stones will ensure all your comprehensive documentation   is complete and correct, along with AQIS approved fumigation procedures.  is particularly rigid in this area, and so, if you are sending to   (Australia Europe, then you will know your freight will comply with European standards).    Bali Stones work closely with an Australian nation-wide import agent who has all   the necessary permits to check items, like banana leaf & thatch. And, they will    collect goods from your suppliers around Bali, if required.   After umpteen years in  business, Bali Stones have  honed the art of packing -   particularly stone & delicate   items like glassware. For a   full container which is   competitively priced, all is fully  paid in Bali, and with shared   containers, your freight is indi-  vidually calculated with your   duty + GST per cubic meter &   payable COD in Australia.    It seems to me, that if you decide to work with a professional & reliable   company that are ‘in the know’ for freight and cargo, then is appears obvious   that this is the way one should work, otherwise, it’s just too hard to deal with,  one wants the hassle of issues that one can’t control. And remember, check   no around, do your homework, some freight/cargo carriers (who sell product as  well) will quote prices that may seem very reasonable, but if you go through your    sums, it may not be so? check again!   To fi nd and use a good reputable operator in this business will put your mind at   rest, knowing that your goods are going to get home in one piece, this to us, is all  that matters! Also, Bali Stones are happy to work with the many overseas buyers   that come to the isle, be it, moving truck loads of fashion garments to a warehouse   of furniture. It could be a full container load, to several boxes to move, Bali Stones    is up front with their service & can fully recommend, they do a sterling job!  Bali Stones, has over 20 years of experience in freight & cargo, sourcing and   manufacturing a wide range of product + the rest, this seems testament    enough, to ‘give them a go’ as they say in Australia!   Bali Stones   #33, Jl Nakula, Legian Kaja   T: +62 (0361) 847 5757   Hp: Felicia (Aussie owner) 0811 396 438   E:   For comments and inquiries, email:   Visit the website:  

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For Sale; Fishing reel. Penn Senator 6/0-114. Made in U.S.A. Complete with 500 yards of 50 lb. test line. This reel is used internationally with confidence. Jigging, trolling, bottom fishing. 0819 3629 1908. Kuta. [135] For Sale; Fishing reel. Daiwa SeaLine 600H. Made in Japan. Complete with 540 yards 50 lb test dacron line. The perfect reel for jigging, trolling, and bottom fishing. 0819 3629 1908. Kuta. [136] For Sale; Canggu Club membership (29 years to run), US$ 2500 for a family, re-sellable once you don’t need it anymore. Phone Jeff 0812 3616 9777. [142] C/G/I-23 Feb 11

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Update Biku does Pavlova! It is a dessert, unique to Australia and New Zealand, and one that was

created to mark the tour by famed Russian ballet dancer Anna Pavlova in 1926. It is similar to a meringue base, but crisp on the outside and soft and fluffy inside, topped with cream and fresh fruit. At Biku it is a Strawberry Pavlova [pictured], and everybody loves it! Biku is easy to find on Raya Petitenget, Kerobokan, as it always has a very full car park and very few empty tables. Biku is famous for their incredible range of gourmet teas, unique blends of coffee and an array of High Teas [original English with cucumber sandwiches, etc., and Asian versions as well]. Many other cakes and pastries are on display, and specials are always being prepared. Some just go there for their Aussie-style Meat Pies. Breakfasts are also popular [Poached Egg on cheddar and chive buttermilk scones, or Potato Cakes with Scrambled Eggs, Smoked Salmon and Wilted Spinach and a chive béarnaise].

Jalan Kartika Plaza, South Kuta Beach 80361, P.O. Box 1012, Bali, Indonesia Tel: (62-361) 751067 Fax: (62-361) 752475 / 754585 Managed by Discovery Hotels & Resort C/R/I-01 June 11

Kakiang opens its new hotel, café and restaurant on Jln. Raya Pengosekan, south of Ubud, after a total reconstruction which included what was previously the next door vacant land. This very popular, always full, hotel has now doubled in size, as has the Kakiang Café at street-side, now extending to two floors [with an upstairs terrace]. Kakiang Café is famous for its wonderful French Bakery which turns out Bali’s best croissants every morning, as well as great pastries and breads. A perfect Toasted Croissant stuffed with ham and cheese, and an Illy Coffee at Kakiang has been my constant start to the day for many years! An occasional afternoon pit stop for a decadent Raspberry Cheesecake, Pear or Mango Tart with yet another coffee only reserved for those days when the will is weak! Evo is Italian and has replaced Blossom at Sentosa in Kerobokan. Whilst I loved the food

from all three previous incumbents at Blossom [Will, Chris and now Bill] I never felt at home in the restaurant, finding the design stuffy and awkward, although always well compensated for by the quality of the food. The restaurant has now been fully re-designed with super cool air-con section [non-smoking] and pleasant long banquette facing the new bar with swimming pool behind [smoking area]. A new name EVO [Extra Virgin Oil, essential ingredient in all regional Italian cuisines] and a new cuisine, by executive chef William Collier, specializing in light touches for lunch and fresh seafood for dinner. Qualcosina are small plates, simple and tasty. Lobster Cream on crostoni [crisp thin toast] is sensational, lobster meat creamed with olive oil and basil. Just as good but totally different is the Cold Smoked Octopus in limoncello vinaigrette. A snack that is more like a meal is a Claypot of Grandma’s Meatballs, small balls of coursely ground prime beef slow cooked in a red wine and tomato [San Marzano] ragout. Giant Prawns in a lemonhazelnut picada and whole oven-roasted Red Snapper are just two of the standout mains. C/R/G-12 Jan. 11

Bar bie Q Is a German Beer Garden in Jln.Beraban, Taman, Kerobokan. Where is that I

hear you ask? In that great arid centre of the Eat Street loop [bounded by Kerobokan, Laksmana and Petitenget], that is slowly becoming a city of Villa Complexes. Bar bie Q has very good credentials as it is under the same management as that long time great value German warung Extrablatt in Legian. BBQ’s are the order of the day with Pork Ribs every night [400gms for Rp.69,000++], Seafood night is every Friday and Saturday is Babi Guling, a whole pig on the spit in the garden, both Rp.69,000++ for all you can eat! Many other German delights on the menu starting with a complete Farmers’ Breakfast [eggs, fried potatoes, bacon, sausage and sauerkraut] from 8.00 a.m. every day. The full range of German and Swiss sausages, Roast Pork in beer sauce, Pork Goulash, Rabbit in red wine, Mahi-Mahi in a creamy dill sauce and Turkey Frikasse are amongst the many delights from Central Europe. Bar bie Q closes in the early hours of the morning.

Chin Seafood has replaced Chinoiserie on Sunset Road, Kuta. Chin has the same

management as the old Chinoiserie, but a different chef [although still from Malaysia]. A makeover sees live fish tanks lining the entrance, and Chinese lanterns everywhere. An enlarged menu keeps some of the old favourites such as the Coffee Braised Pork Ribs, Kung Po Chicken with Szechuan fried chilli sauce and that wonderful authentic Singapore-style Chilli Crab. New dishes include Fresh Abalone in sweet chilli sauce, soups of Lobster braised in chicken stock or one of Drunken Prawns, Stewed Pork Knuckle with braised red rice and white wine sauce and an amazing Butter Milk Prawns, large juicy prawns cooked in butter, milk, curry leaves and hot chilli.

Cafe Degan on Raya Petitenget, Kerobokan, has been one of those quiet achievers

over the past year, slowly building a loyal following with their classic Javanese and Thai menu. A strange bedfellow has been their small European Pastry Shop [with little Asian touches]. Previously it was hidden at the rear of the restaurant. Now a bold move has it at the front of the building, in a glassed in area, nicely air-conditioned, offering a café style all-day pit stop for coffee, sweet treat and take-home. The choice available is one that could only have been seen in the very best 5 star hotel, just 10 years ago. The pace of Bali’s food and beverage development never ceases to amaze! Tab Tim Grob obviously comes from Degan’s prevous life at The Banyan Tree Bangkok, water chestnut dumplings in iced coconut milk. More European are their alcoholic Black Forest Cake [with Kirsch] and Tiramisu [Kahlua and red wine]. An exotic version of that famed English Bread & Butter Pudding [topped with star anise and cinnamon sticks to keep the Asian touch] is complemented by a Rhubarb and Hibiscus Flower Compote in creamed yoghurt. A Japanese touch is their Yuzu [a tangy citrus] Meringue. The Passion Fruit compote topped Chocolate Cake is finished off, crème brulee style, with a caramel toffee coating at the time of purchase. The kids will be amazed at the range of Cupcakes, many crazy faces, contents both basic and exotic….great for birthday parties!

Junbi Café is Ubud’s 7th Japanese restaurant, and probably the smallest with just 4-5 wooden benches inside what looks like the front room of a house. Located on Raya Peliatan, 800 metres down from the monument it appears to signal the beginning of an overflow to the East for Ubud restaurants, joining two recent Chinese openings along the same road. The menu is basic, Gyoza and Seaweed Salad amongst the entrees. A full range of Sushis, both standard and maki roll style, the toppings and fillings including eel, prawn, tuna, salmon, scallop and crab. For those who do not eat seafood there is quite a selection of pure vegetarian sushi [eggplant tempura, avocado and cucumber and Inari which is sweet tofu skin]. Mains include the dishes you expect in any general Japanese restaurant; many different Teriyakis, Chicken Katsu and Don, Tempura and Seafood Udon noodle dishes. Tuesdays and Thursdays they offer a special Rp.50,000 Set Menu [based on Sushi, Sashimi or Tempura]; Open for lunch and dinner, but closed Sundays. Gerry Williams For more information see our website:


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For Sale; Baby items. Baby walker Chico 550.000, baby 3 wheels bike Family with handle for parents 250.000, baby swing chair 450.000, toddler car chair Baby Does 500.000, baby stroller Baby Does 650.000. Text 0812 3612 5179 or e-mail <>. Nusa Dua. [184]


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550x90cm. Contact (0361) 763 051. Poppies Lane I, Kuta. [181]

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For Sale; McTavish longboard “Fireball” 9.3. Perfect condition. Rp. 6.000.000. Eric 0817 974 0923. Seminyak. [191]

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A Big Chinese! Chinese restaurants have big menus, but this one is enormous! In front of you when you are seated the menu place mat lists more than 100 dishes, then the waitress gives you the 20 page menu proper. I have always been amazed at the second-rate options available in Bali for lovers of Chinese cuisines. Strangely most of the larger Chinese restaurants in Bali have big brothers in Surabaya or Jakarta that serve wow Cantonese food, so why not in Bali? Maybe too much emphasis on the group tours! Back in the 90’s there was The Shangri-La [now Dynasty Hotel] which was superb, but its demise produced a big gap till Feyloon and Chinoiserie arrived. Now Denpasar joins the ranks of acceptable Chinese food with Imperial Xi-Fu, at the Fave Hotel. A la carte Dim Sum rarely reaches the heights of the traditional 500-1,000 seat dim sum house with fresh trolleys coming out of the kitchen every few minutes. That was the 1st shock at Imperial Xi-Fu. Many dishes are prepared to order, which can result in a serving delay. A constant disappointment, not only in Bali but even in the once-great food courts of Singapore, are the pastry dim sum, far too often the pastry is thick and dry, the filling tasteless. Most popular is Char Siew [usually diced BBQ pork]. Here they are superb, the pastry light, the surface shiny from the egg wash, dotted with sesame seeds, the filling piping hot, well worth the waiting time, far better than having been prepared days before and re-heated. They are often referred to as Pillow Puffs, as their shape resembles, listed on this menu as ‘Grill Red Sweet Pork’, a strange title although the English descriptions are poor throughout this menu. The other two main styles of dim sum are dumplings and steamed buns [Pao]. Once again the Cha Siew [BBQ Pork] Pao are perfect. Like most dim sum here served in threes, these small soft, fluffy buns arrive in their basket straight from the steamer, and once again the filling is rich, tender and tasty. The first dumpling ordered, Tim Cheong Fan Udang, was a bit of a surprise as the dish comprised three crepe-like folds stuffed with prawn meat [rice noodle rolls], and a side sauce to pour over all, before struggling with the chopsticks. I then discovered that the dumplings I wanted was in fact Hau Kau, well stuffed with prawn meat but sadly the shell a bit plastic. Yes, they also have chicken feet, and other appendages, if you really must! Away from traditional dim sum, which normally provides a complete lunch [or brunch] there are also a few appetizers you can order as starters. The Deep-fried Fish Skin may look daunting but is quite addictive as are the Deep-fried Mushrooms, Spicy Jelly Fish and Century Egg with Sour Ginger. Roasted Pork always makes a great starter, traditional Honey Pork or a combination plate. There is almost a divide in Chinese restaurants between the Asian and Gweilo [white-skinned ghost people] customer, in the way they prefer to eat their food. Asians seem to prefer their meat on the bone and their fish cooked whole, whereas most

westerners prefer all the food boneless. Luckily both are catered for here. Live Seafood features prominently and most is displayed around the restaurant. Lobster takes pride of place and can be had Steamed with Garlic, Baked with Cheese, with salted egg sauce or ginger and spring onion. Almost all of the other seafood [prawns, bamboo, tiger or white-shelled clams, abalone, sea cucumber, scallops, etc] can be ordered in similar manner. The Crabs are either male or female [with eggs] and can also be had Singapore style or casseroled with vermicelli noodles and XO sauce served in a claypot. The many varieties of live fish can be steamed or deep-fried. Steamed fish seem to retain all their flavour, so soft that the flesh just falls away from the bones. Something very different is their ‘Two Varieties’, cooked separately with salt and garlic, wok-baked and lined side by side. Shark’s Fin soups are also available including that very special Fuo Tiao-Quang, literally ‘Buddha Jumps Over the Wall’, supposedly so good that it entices vegetarian monks to jump the wall and try it! Whilst Seafood takes up most of the menu it is their Roast Duck that Imperial Xi-Fu prides itself as being its specialty, and rightfully so! They hang across the front of the kitchen in true Cantonese fashion. Served on the bone chopped across in easy to eat sections, you are meant to suck the meat directly of the bone. The meat tender, warm and juicy, the skin very crisp, with thick hoisin sauce for dunking! Duck Meat is also served in minced form, sitting on lettuce cups.


: Imperial Xi-Fu


: Fave Hotel, Jl. Teuku Umar


: 842.2322.


: 11.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m., daily.

175-179, Denpasar.

[from 10.00 a.m. Sundays]. Non-Smoking Area

: Main room, air-con.

Smoking Area

: Outside, by swimming pool.


: Secure, inside hotel.


: Rp. 400,000 for two [+ drinks].

Credit Cards

: Visa, Mastercard.


: Cantonese.


: None.


: Busy.


: Eating house.


: Classic Chinese!

Roast Chicken is offered the same way although there is also a Deep-fried Boneless Chicken Breast, flattened, crumbed and fried, the strips of meat soft and tender, the crumbed exterior acting like a second skin to keep all the juices and flavour inside. I also like the Deep-fried Chicken in a fermented bean curd sauce. The Lemon Chicken is another show stopper, tangy rather than overly sweet, and there is always that ‘darling of the suburbs’, Sweet and Sour Chicken [or pork]. There is something here for everyone. All Asian cuisines cater very well for vegetarians, and not with just the usual stir-fries. Pan-fried Black Mushrooms are with Sweet Bean and Bean Sprouts and another mushroom dish sees them wrapped in bean curd sheets, with oyster sauce. Desserts will be popular with lovers of Durian. You can order it deep fried, wrapped in wonton leaves or as an ice cream, sitting atop a glass of chilled black sticky rice. Three Banquet set menus are available [for two to ten persons, priced and sized accordingly].menus 1 and 2 comprise 8 courses at a cost of Rp. 4-500,000++ p.p. whilst the 10 course banquet includes Suckling Pig and costs Rp. 700,000++ p.p. Whether for a quick Dim Sum with Yum Cha [green tea] or a full Cantonese banquet, Imperial Xi-Fu is a welcome addition to the Bali dining scene. It is an oasis, with free parking, in central Denpasar.

Copyright © 2011 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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For Sale; Nintendo game computer. Contact: 081 2363 2984. Ubud. [087]

Wanted; Woman push bike. cheap please. 0857 3802 0048. Denpasar. [095]

For Sale; Acer One notebook, 10,5â&#x20AC;?, Windows 7, intel celeron, Rp 2 million nett. Good condition, one year old, white colour. Please call 0818 0532 2858. Kerobokan. [085]

For Sale; Nintendo Wii system. Comes with 2 remotes and Wii fitness board. like new barely used. all in original packing. price 5 juta. Please call / SMS 081 2384 0712. Umalas. [093]

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For Sale; Yamaha keyboard, violin, Nintendo computer for TV. 081 2363 2984. Ubud. [086] Garage Sale; All baby item from the only kid! Mostly bought in Sydney, Australia. Please contact 0812 3680 4897 for an appointment. Legian. [066]

For Sale; Surfboard made from balsa-wood, custommade by Kuntiqi, beautifulstrong-ecofriendly, 7.2, 21.5, 2 3/4 bigfish-shape thruster, 6.8, 19.5, 2.5 shortboardroundpintail quad, both got 2 stringers, both were about 800 Euros, top cond. Sell each 3.5 mio, Berawa, 0821 4446 3728. [104]

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For Sale; Used Speed Queen commercial heavy duty cloth dryer, front load 10kg capacity with gas burner. Automatic dryness control with fabric selector, made in USA. Sale for Rp. 8.000.000 negotiable, Never repaired. Call 0361 797 0015, <jelantik@yahoo. com>. Ubud. [186]

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Baby Walkers….Parents Beware! In the past week I have seen 2 babies injured after falling out of baby walkers. These gadgets seem like a great idea and babies do love them and parents love to use them because they may keep an otherwise fussy baby entertained -- often for hours. However beware of this seemingly innovative and innocent piece of equipment. They are the cause of countless serious and not-soserious injuries, and are one of the most dangerous things invented for babies. There are several types of baby walkers, but most people are familiar with the typical plastic base, wheeled frame, and fabric seat that have leg holes to allow the child to scoot along the floor. These chairs are easily available in Bali and are often cheap Chinese versions that hang displayed outside local hardware stores and toyshops, and are not controlled by any safety regulations. Aside from the entertainment this toy gives a child, parents give other reasons for using the walker such as promoting walking and providing exercise. However most parents have said they use the walker because they feel it will keep their infant safe. Unfortunately, none of these are true. The few studies that have been done looking at the how walkers affect development have shown that they do not affect the time at which a child learns to walk. And in fact, most studies have shown that if there is any effect on walking, it is a delay of a few weeks. Babies who use a walker tend to have an abnormal gait at first, although this tends to resolve quickly with time. Safety, however, is an entirely different issue, resulting in death and severe injury of thousands of baby’s world wide each year. Head Injuries The most common injury seen with walkers use is head injury. This is due to falls down stairs or tipping over. Even if your stairs are gated they may fail when bumped into by a moving walker. Walkers may tip over on uneven floors, carpet edges or raised thresholds. The severity of head injuries in walker falls is due to the exposure of the head above the walker. While the rest of the body is shielded by the walker the head is left unprotected and can hit the floor with full force. Skull fractures commonly result from walker falls. Other Injuries Walkers allow for an infant who isn’t normally very mobile to become quite efficient at getting around. So, other injuries including pinched fingers, burns and accidental poisonings have all been reported due to the child being able to get into dangerous areas with lightening speed. Burns account for 2% to 5% of walker-related injuries. Walkers have also been associated with poisonings of infants under 1 year of age. Drownings (in a pool, buckets or tubs), have also been attributed to baby-walkers as

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well as suffocation (compression of the neck against the feeding tray). The frightening thing is that most injuries from baby walkers occur while the child is being supervised by an adult. Parents and other caregivers simply cannot respond quickly enough. A child in a walker can move more than 3 feet in 1 second! What the professionals say Research by various groups has shown that the use of baby walkers can interfere with babies’ development of visualmotor skills and also deprive them of the learning activities afforded by exploration. Studies have shown that children who have used baby walkers for extended periods take longer to sit upright, crawl, walk and did not perform as well in simple mental tests. Due to the alarming amount and nature of injuries caused to babies, pediatricians and physiotherapists alike have banded together worldwide in an attempt to have the baby-walker banned branding it as a non-useful, lethal toy, however so far most countries have not managed to ban the gadget completely. They have managed to implicate some stringent design controls that have shown a decrease in injuries however these controls do not apply to Indonesia.

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Parents who are considering a walker for their baby should purchase the stationary walkers that have no wheels, but have seats that rotate and bounce while keeping baby in one spot. Things You Need to Know to Protect Your Baby When he is Mobile (with or without a walker!) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Close the door or gate at the top of the stairs Keep your child within view Keep your child away from hot surfaces and containers Beware of dangling appliance cords Keep your child away from toilets, swimming pools and other sources of water 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 Office number : 0361-2775666.

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The Dangers of Fluoride Fluoride, the active ingredient in many pesticides and rodenticides, is a powerful poison, more acutely poisonous than lead. There are thousands of reports every year to poison control centers in the USA due to excessive intake of t o o t h p a s t e s , mouthwashes, and supplements. The main problem however is that this chemical is commonly used as a treatment for drinking water and is pumped into many countries drinking water supply – for our own protection of course! Sodium Fluoride is a synthetic waste product of the nuclear, aluminum, and phosphate fertilizer industries. The main problem with this substance is it has an ability to combine with and to increase the toxicity of other toxins like mercury, cadmium, lead and aluminum. Fluoride is very toxic to your organs, in particular to your liver and kidneys. Those people who have some degree of kidney damage already (e.g. most diabetics will have some form of kidney damage eventually) will not be able to excrete fluoride easily and it will thus accumulate further in the body leading to further toxicity and damage. Fluoride weakens the immune system, possibly leading to cancer, creates symptoms that mimic fibromyalgia, and allows the easy transfer of aluminum across the blood brain barrier. Aluminum is recognized as a cause of the mental impairment associated with fluoride leading to lower IQ’s, memory deficits and even Alzheimer’s disease. This is a highly toxic chemical and independent studies have shown that it does build up in the brain when you are exposed to moderate levels of it. In 2006 the National Research Council published the most comprehensive review to date of the scientific studies into the issue entitled “Fluoride in Drinking Water: A Scientific Review of the EPA’s Standards. A summary of their findings is quoted below: “The review panel found that hydrofluorosilicic acid (fluoride) has been linked with preventable diseases like arthritis, diabetes, osteosarcoma, Alzheimer’s, Down’s syndrome, osteoporosis, chronic fatigue, and hypocalcemia. The weight of evidence suggests that fluoride causes damage throughout the human organism: cells, skins, bones, joints, ligaments, kidneys, liver, lungs, and intestines. Fluoride is shown to depress the thyroid gland, impairs kidney function, and to calcify the pineal gland. Fluoride crosses the blood-brain barrier intact and causes neurological damage that lowers IQ. Fluoride is especially dangerous to the brain because it combines with aluminum which is known to cause Alzheimer’s and dementia. Fluoride also damages the DNA by causing cells to mutate, which is one of the triggers of cancer.” Here are also some other quotes taken from reputable sources indicating the dangers that fluoride poses to your health: “I am quite convinced that water fluoridation, in a not-toodistant future, will be consigned to medical history.” Dr Arvid Carlsson, Pharmacologist, Nobel Laureate in Physiology and Medicine, 2000. “Over the past ten years a large body of peer-reviewed science has raised concerns that fluoride may present unreasonable health risks, particularly among children, at levels routinely added to tap water in American cities.” Environmental Working Group, July 2005. “I am appalled at the prospect of using water as a vehicle for drugs. Fluoride is a corrosive poison that will produce serious effects on a long range basis. Any attempt to use water this way is deplorable.” Dr. Charles Gordon Heyd, Past President of the American Medical Association. “E.P.A. should act immediately to protect the public, not just on the cancer data, but on the evidence of bone

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O is for Omelet Eggs are an ideal protein source, says Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S., author of The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth. Protein helps build muscle, which will fry more calories per pound than fat. Bonus: You’ll burn about 25 percent of the eggs’ calories just by digesting them (protein metabolism uses more energy than that of fat and carbs). A two-egg omelet takes you a quarter of the way to your protein RDA. P is for Peanuts Subjects in a study at Purdue University received about 500 calories’ worth of peanuts a day to eat at their discretion. After 8 weeks, they had gained an average of about 2 pounds - much less than the 8 pounds researchers had predicted. Probable cause: The high-protein and high-fiber nuts filled them up. And after 19 weeks, they also had boosted their resting metabolic rates by 11 percent, possibly due to the fatty acids in the nuts. Take the edge off your appetite by snacking on a handful (a quarter-cup) per day. Q is for Quinoa Quinoa (keen-wa) has more hunger-taming protein and fiber and less carbs than most other whole grains. Swap it for white rice and other refined grains. R is for Replacements Researchers at the University of Kansas found that dieters who drank liquid meal replacements lost just as much weight over 52 weeks as those who used the weight-loss drug Orlistat with regular meals. Who needs pills? S is for Stress Scientists at Georgetown University fed two groups of mice a diet of high-fat, high-sugar feed and measured how much weight they gained. Stressed mice (you don’t want to know how they pushed them over the edge) gained more than twice as much weight as the group with the same diet but no stress. The reason? Researchers believe that stress causes the release of a molecule that helps increase the size and number of fat cells. T is for Tea The fat-busting benefits of green tea boil down to disease-fighting compounds called catechins. One study of 240 Japanese men and women found that when subjects drank green tea containing 583 milligrams of catechins per 12-ounce cup, they dropped more weight - and inches - han those who ingested tea containing only 96 milligrams. Max your results by steeping your bag of green tea as long as possible. The darker the hue of your brew (and the more bitter it is), the more catechin-rich the cup. U is for User-Friendly A recent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association assigned 160 overweight and obese volunteers to one of four popular diets for 6 months. They found that the strongest predictor of weight loss wasn’t the type of diet but compliance with the selected plan. V is for Vinegar A study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found that swallowing 60 grams (about 4 tablespoons) of an apple cider vinegar mixture with a high-glycemic-index meal caused test subjects to eat 200 to 275 fewer calories over the rest of the day. If you can’t stomach the stuff straight, try mixing it into a low-fat dressing. W is for Weights If you’ve put off pumping iron, get to it. According to experts, you burn calories faster after a strength-training session than you would after a cardio session. And researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham found that lifting weights three times a week for 25 weeks caused women to lose an average of 4 pounds of body fat. X is for Xenical This prescription fat blocker made news last year when the FDA green-lighted its over-the-counter version, Alli. But both drugs come with an unfortunate side effect: loose stools. We say pass on the gas and slim down the old-fashioned way. Y is for Yoga A study at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle found that normal-weight women who practiced yoga for four or more years gained three pounds less over 10 years than those who didn’t. Grab a mat and get going. Z is for Z’s When you skimp on sleep, your brain thinks you’re low on fuel and sends a message to your stomach to start growling. A study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology found that among 68,183 women, those who slept for 5 hours or less were an average of 5 pounds heavier than women who snoozed for 7 hours. Want to stay slim? Go to bed. (All information adapted from

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Pathways to Healing the Body, Mind & Spirit By Michele Cempaka

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Shamanism originated over 25,000 years ago in the Paleolithic hunting cultures of Siberia and Central Asia. It is a religion which is deeply connected to nature and the belief that all living things have a spirit. Most early cultures’ healing practices originate from a shamanic tradition. Traditional shamanic rituals included singing, dancing, chanting, drumming, storytelling, and healing. The word shaman is derived from the Siberian Tungus word “saman,” which is defined as a technique of ecstasy. The shaman is considered to be a great master of trance and ecstasy. He is the dominating figure in certain indigenous populations, and is usually the religious leader or priest of the tribe. He is believed to have magical powers that can heal the sick. His role in the community is to mediate between the people and the spirit world to cure disease, exorcize evil spirits, and to promote success in hunting and food production. The shaman is a specialist in human souls, because he is able to see them and know their form and destiny. In addition, the shaman controls the spirits through his ability to communicate with them. He has the power to talk to the dead, demons, and nature spirits. The shaman’s work is founded on the belief that the soul can depart from the body even while a person is alive and can stray into other cosmic realms where it may become a victim of demons and sorcerers. The shaman diagnoses the problem, then goes in search of the wandering soul and makes it return to the body. Shamanic Reiki combines the concepts behind Shamanism and Reiki into a unified healing experience, in order to increase the benefits from both practices. It is a beautiful blend of shamanic journeying and the channeling of Universal energy, creating a powerful healing experience for the client. A Shamanic Reiki session begins with the practitioner giving a simple explanation of how the session will proceed, reassuring the client that this is a safe and illuminating journey which is always controlled by him or her; the practitioner is a guide and facilitator for the client’s healing process. This unique treatment involves chakra healing techniques, the use of stones and quartz crystals as well as music and essential oils. Reiki energy, together with crystals, helps increase the flow of spiritual energy, thereby regaining the balance that was lost. To increase effectiveness, combinations of crystals are paired with colors that correspond to the chakras of the body. The Shamanic practitioner together with the client, call in their spirit guides and power animals to guide and protect them during the client’s healing journey. In shamanic cultures it is believed that we all have guides and power animals who act as our guardian spirits. These guides represent our strengths, our qualities of character and our power. We often have more than one guide or power animal, which can change over time as we develop spiritually and personally. Our ability to identify our guides/power animals helps us connect with our own strengths, and infuses us with personal power. Our connection with them can also weaken when we are not fully honoring ourselves by living passionately or in alignment with our inner wisdom. When this occurs, we can become dispirited or ill. In order for us to maintain strong connections with our guides/power animals, stay healthy and powerful, we must honor them in ways that feel good. Some people carry objects that represent their guides or even try ‘embodying’ their guides/power animals regularly, allowing their spirit to fill their body as they dance, run, swim, or exercise. This allows you to experience within your being, the amazing energy of your guides. Another important aspect of journeying is to set a clear goal before you begin your journey; formulate your goal in the form of a sentence. For example, there is a big difference between “I will seek my power animal” and “I will find my power animal”.

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To meet your power animal or totem guide, sit or lie down in a quiet place. Take 2 or 3 deep breaths allowing your body to fully relax. When you feel you are well acquainted with your sanctuary, find a place to sit or lie down and ask to meet your totem guide and/or power animals. It may take a few minutes, but just continue to focus on your surroundings and soon your totem guide and/or power animals will appear. When your guide is visible, ask whether it is your guide/power animal. If it answers yes, then ask what his/her name is, what power your guide/animal bestows upon you, and what wisdom they would like to share with you at this time? Your power guide/animal may speak to you in movement, song or gestures. When you feel you’re finished communicating with your guide, return to ordinary reality feeling your guide/power animal inside of you. You may experience certain problems in your first journey. Some people are unable to move in the spirit world and they feel stuck in their starting position. In this case, intending to move can be quite helpful. Just imagine yourself moving around until you begin to see it actually happening. Another problem is seeing the other end of the tunnel (or whatever image you use). Sometimes our expectations are too high or can limit our imaginations from creating something totally unique. Instead, try to open yourself up to whatever vision is out there and accept the things that you encounter on your journey. If you don’t find an exit to the spirit world, simply let one appear in front of you.

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Sometimes beginners can’t see anything during their first journeys. I simply guide them through the first minutes and let them continue their own experiences thereafter. Other clients may hear or feel more sensations than they can actually see during their journeys. There are no rules about what you should or shouldn’t experience when journeying to the spirit world. The more you practice journeying or your client practices, the better you will both get at it. There are times when you will receive messages from the spirits. If it’s allowed, you can take these messages back with you. Another reminder: don’t forget to thank the spirits! Beginners often forget to show their gratitude after their first few journeys. Indicators of benevolent spirits are: politeness, distance and respect. After your journey it may be difficult to judge your experience, but remember only you can interpret what your journey means. Experienced shamans can offer you hints from their own point of view, but no final interpretations. Sometimes you may not truly understand what occurred until years later. A shamanic journey can be a profound healing experience which can help you transform your health issues and your life.

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Michele is an internationally renowned holistic healer, teacher & writer who specializes in transforming people’s lives using a variety of tools such as spiritual counseling, Reiki, energy psychology, channeling & energy healing, as well as the Runes and Angel cards. Michele has lived on Bali for nine years and incorporates the indigenous spiritual qualities within her unique teachings, providing a transformative healing experience for everyone she encounters. If you have a healing tool or a new modality that you’d like to share, please email:

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Amazing Grass by Meeka Anne bamboo is utilized for Jegog Gamelan which is a whole orchestra of marimba instruments with bamboo keys which run from small to extra large. The lowest pitch instrument is so large that it takes two people to play it. All important temple ceremonies must display sunaris which are simply long sticks of bamboo with holes punched into the top creating a musical sound when the wind blows through the holes.

Stacks of bamboo Bamboo seems to be the new “it” word on everyone’s lips when it comes to talk about sustainable resources and eco-materials. Once again, the Balinese are way ahead of the curve, and just as the ever giving palm tree, which I addressed in part one, bamboo is used daily on this island in a myriad of functional and decorative ways.

But by far the most utilitarian use for bamboo here would be structural. When I built my home here 20 years ago, I was stunned to see a complete set of scaffolding being built entirely of bamboo which proved to be as sturdy as the steel version in the west. I gazed for hours at the intricate pattern of bamboo poles which graced the ceiling above my head. Look around and notice bales, warungs, home stays, and beachside restaurants constructed almost entirely of bamboo. Not to mention ladders, gates, fences, shower heads, and gutters.

It does not take a trained eye to observe the simple and complex uses the Balinese find for this proliferous plant. Farmers tend fields in the paddy wearing bamboo hats and using bamboo sticks to lead their ducks home. Pigs and chickens are hauled around in simple bamboo baskets. Fishermen catch fish with bamboo poles and boys on the beach kick soccer balls through bamboo goalposts. Along roadsides, neighbors lounge on bamboo platforms while catching up on weekly events. It seems just about every direction you look; there is evidence of this plant in use. Interestingly enough, bamboo is not a wood, but a grass with long hollow woody stems. This creates a unique building material, as it grows in tall straight columns. There are over 1000 species of this plant and some varieties can grow up to a meter per day, and even reach heights of up to 100 feet. It has a natural anti-bacterial agent and therefore never needs pesticides, and needs no irrigation. It regenerates itself every 4-6 years and if harvested properly, there is no damage to the plant or the soil. And finally, there are some types of bamboo that have the tensile strength of steel. All pretty impressive stuff. The Balinese are known to revere such impressive gifts from nature, and usually attach specific protocol and ritual to those which are important to their culture. Even though local customs are constantly changing, traditionally Balinese believed if the father was still alive the children should not plant bamboo inside the family compound. Only if a shoot sprouted on its own, would it be allowed to flourish. And also locals would never cut down bamboo on Sunday, believing that bamboo cut on this day would stop regenerating.

Preparing bamboo for Ngaben As an honored plant, it would seem natural that bamboo is an important element of local ceremonies. Decorative penjors and umbul-umbul (flags) placed outside homes or temples before ceremonies are mounted onto bamboo poles. Platforms are constructed from bamboo before major events to hold the menagerie of offerings that will be displayed. Klakat are square plates made from bamboo, used for carrying offerings around the temple. Many types of ceremonies use Balinese firecrackers made from bamboo which are called timpugan. Nighttime performances are lit by bamboo torches called obor. And the bamboo palanquin is an integral part of the ngaben, which is the ever important cremation ceremony. Another culturally important use of this elegant reed is for the construction of musical instruments. Most tourists will experience their first encounter of traditional music as they walk through the lobby of their hotel, where a trio of Balinese men plays a rindik which is a xylophone type instrument and a suling which is a flute, both made from bamboo. In addition to these two instruments,

Bamboo ceiling Moving on from architectural elements, bamboo accessories such as frames, magazine racks, clothes hangers and room dividers line the streets of popular handicraft villages such as Tegallalang. Bamboo strips are fashioned into a wide variety of baskets and mats. Bamboo tali (string) is used to fasten together just about everything imaginable used in similar fashion to the plastic cable ties we use in the west. The Balinese have understood bamboo and its uses for centuries, but a very pioneering western woman put a contemporary twist on this product. It would be impossible to write about Bali and bamboo without a most honorable mention of bamboo guru Linda Garland. A true pioneer in the development of sophisticated bamboo interior furnishings, she has devoted much of her life to delivering the message of the importance, viability and environmental benefits of this valuable plant. There was a point when she and the bamboo industry suffered a setback. The pestilent powder post beetles hindered the expansion of bamboo products for awhile. However she founded the EBF (Environmental Bamboo Foundation) and researched relentlessly for a solution to this problem. Her son Arief has taken the helm of this organization and has posted some valuable information about bamboo preservation on the EBF website; which includes how to protect against the pesky beetles.

reach upwards towards the million dollar mark. These homes are stunning examples of sophisticated bamboo architecture, but the price tag raises my eyebrows. In the USA, some types of bamboo flooring and contemporary designs of bamboo furniture can sell for more than their h a r d w o o d counterparts. The Chinese managed to procure a worldwide patent on the production of fiber from bamboo, so Interior of Green School building they will be manipulating the price of bamboo fabric for the life of the patent. Price may have been one of the factors hindering the development of bamboo fabric but even under Chinese control, bamboo fabric has recently hit the market in a big way, and demand has increased 5000% in the last 5 years. I attended a green drink meeting at Manik Organik in Sanur this week and sampled some bamboo fabric firsthand. George Burnier and Pablo Fourcard just opened Bambooku in Seminyak which specializes in bamboo linens for hotels and spas and they brought samples of their products to the meeting. I was surprised to discover the softness and luxurious nature of this fabric compared to cotton. Add this to the environmental viability of the fabric and it is no wonder that this fabric is becoming a major player in the textile industry. It’s exciting news that this sustainable resource is being embraced by the western world. However, it is no secret that over consumerism can deplete even the most abundant of resources. Bamboo has been a staple product used by Eastern cultures for centuries. It has been an affordable option for housing, food, and home furnishings. It has been a means of income for whole villages through their ability to export products at a reasonable cost. I would like to see it stay within everyone’s reach. Demand for bamboo is soaring rapidly and a United Nations report showed that many species are currently threatened by extinction. Bamboo must be properly harvested in order to maximize its sustainability. Companies that are profiting in the bamboo market need to make sure to implement proper management of this important resource. I hope that we from the western world can show some amazing grace when it comes to the use and protection of this amazing grass. For questions or comments about this article contact Copyright © 2011 Meeka Anne

Bali craftsmen have designed a menagerie of contemporary and innovative products from bamboo which have found their way into containers traveling to most every continent. Take a drive to Bona, which is Bali’s bamboo showroom and discover miles of furniture shops featuring pieces that annually become more contemporary and sophisticated. Products range from dining tables, outdoor bars, beds and patio lounge chairs to full living room sets. Bamboo chimes, at a cost of little more than a dollar, are piled up by the hundreds in front of roadside shops, in villages all over the island. A great deal of income is generated for local families through the export of bamboo products.

Bamboo So much to offer beautiful to behold whether small, or tall so versatile

Until recently, one of the main appeals for bamboo products was the cost. Known in the east as the poor man’s wood, it is found growing prolifically all over Asia and is easily harvested inexpensively. Maybe because it’s chic to be green or due to sophisticated styling of products, whatever the cause, it seems bamboo is on the verge of becoming a luxury item.

A transporter of water for healing the sick a mat on which to lay a dish for the day

My daughter attends the Green School which has some of the most amazing bamboo structures that can be found in the world, including a three level, 2800 square meter building that is full of bamboo curved and bent into forms that would impress even the most contemporary architects. Classrooms are filled with bamboo desks and chairs and there is even a bamboo truck on the grounds. This school has become so fashionable that the founders are constructing a Green Village Community, within walking distance of the campus. Homes start at $250,000.00 and are rumored to

Every inch light yet strong whether build, wear or song decorate, sit or climb a musician’s friend for to drink some wine

My respect, good bamboo your mighty penjor pleases my eye when I see you reach towards the sky Julie Silvester 2011 Copyright © 2011 Bali Advertiser You can read all past articles of BA Feature Article at

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Writer, Translator and Editor Irfan Kortschak was born in Melbourne, Australia. As a boy, he loved reading the National Geographic and camping in the Australian bush, knowing one day that he would travel and live abroad. Irfan s t u d i e d a t government high schools in Melbourne before earning an undergraduate degree at the University of Melbourne in 1988 in Indonesia Area Studies and Anthropology. After university, he won an Indonesian government scholarship to study the Javanese language in Solo, Central Java. Indonesia has been his base ever since. In 2010, Irfan completed a two-year book project with the publication of Invisible People which focuses on the lives of Indonesia’s marginal social groups. What are your interests? I like reading “pop anthropology,” books written in an easy style about different cultures and current affairs. I like traveling around Indonesia and Southeast Asia. I enjoy cooking Indonesian food. I’m interested in mythology and obscure, regional languages.

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break from the way in which development funds were allocated and managed under the New Order regime. How did you decide on the subject matter for the book? It was decided that despite the success of the program, many people from marginal groups, such as sex workers, transvestites, homosexuals, poor Chinese, people with HIV and other diseases or handicaps, were still missing out on the village development process. The book was commissioned to raise awareness of the specific problems of these people and to support grass-roots civil society organizations that work with – and often consist of – members of marginal groups. How did you go about finding subjects for your interviews? Mainly by asking journalists, activists, and NGO workers in Jakarta or elsewhere to introduce me to smaller, grass roots organizations in the more remote locations. There are problems with that approach. Are the people really “invisible”? Or are they already relatively well connected and served? That’s the trouble with invisible people. They are hard to see and hard to find. Were there many more candidates than the ones you finally decided on?

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Selection was often difficult and contentious. There was an editorial review board that had to approve the particular communities chosen for coverage. But the board was very receptive and open. At first, we intended the focus to be on people with physical disabilities. But we soon expanded the focus to include people marginalized by social, ethnic, and other factors, including the moral judgments of mainstream society. In any case, there is always an interplay between these factors. Why were people so receptive to being interviewed and photographed? I was amazed at people’s willingness to talk without expectation of reward. We only gave some subjects the equivalent of several days’ local wages to compensate them for spending time with us. When the book was launched, selected individuals amongst the subjects were invited to Jakarta for face to face meetings with the Deputy Coordinating Minister for the People’s Welfare, Sujana Royat, to discuss their issues in person. Some people have received direct benefits as a result of these meetings. Santi, the woman with the horrific scarring and disabilities resulting from her husband’s violence, attracted the attention of donors who paid for extensive reconstructive surgery. But no-one had any reason to expect such benefits when they were first interviewed. Rather, I always specifically warned them that they shouldn’t expect any such rewards.

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Which interview for you was the most heart-rending and emotionally taxing?

What writers and photographers have influenced you? I love Sir James Fraser’s “Golden Bough,” a brilliant history of magic and religion. I also admire Sir Richard Burton, the Victorian explorer, swordsman, linguist and adventurer, one of the first non-Muslims to visit Mecca, in disguise. He also visited Harar in Ethiopia, some of the pre-colonial West African slave kingdoms, and a number of other dangerous places. But I also read thrillers, modern literary novels, travel books, whatever I find lying around. Amongst photographers, I particularly like Sebastian Salgado for his images of workers around the world, James Nachtwey for his stark photographs of conflicts, and Henri Cartier-Bresson just for the sheer compositional beauty of his work.

I found dealing with people severely affected by leprosy personally difficult at first. I remember one subject testing me by offering his disfigured stump of a hand to shake. I shook it and the interview proceeded smoothly. Leprosy is very difficult to catch and cannot be caught by a handshake. Which interviewee made the most lasting impression on you? I was most moved by the story of Erni Bajo, the young woman from a Southeast Sulawesi fishing community and the first woman in that community to complete high school. She overcame domestic violence and what would seem like insurmountable obstacles to achieve her goal. I found tears rolling down my cheeks as a I was writing her story.

What types of work have you been doing in Indonesia? I’ve worked as an English teacher, a travel writer, a corporate copy writer and the managing editor of the Garuda Inflight Magazine. Most recently, I’ve worked on writing, editing and translating documents for organizations in the development sector.

What did you learn from the experience of working on this book? That poor, marginal Indonesians are far more worthy of admiration and respect than pity. They certainly don’t sit around waiting for charity. They work as hard or harder than anyone else in the community.

Have you traveled extensively in Indonesia? Where can the book be purchased? I’m lucky that my work takes me to all sorts of remote places, from the proverbial Sabang to Merauke. But you could spend a whole life exploring Indonesia and still find new, exciting places with communities and people with interesting and inspiring stories. Who thought up the idea of Invisible People? It was a commissioned assignment from the PNPM Support Facility which supports the Indonesian government’s nation wide community empowerment program, the PNPM Mandiri program. It is a highly successful program that makes a huge

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Local News Banking Havens Aid the Corrupt President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on Tuesday (10/5)

should not be praised as the number one country - one that

said that no matter how hard a country battled corruption,

is clean of corruption - because it is there that corruptors are

the effort may not be effective if international safe havens

hiding,” Marzuki alleged.

for ill-gotten gains continued to exist. He also said that despite being a neighbor and a fellow Addressing a two-day conference in Nusa Dua, Bali, on

member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations,

combating bribery in international business transactions,

Singapore has shown that it has no intention to cooperate in

Yudhoyono said that systemic corruption in developing

prosecuting corruption cases.

countries was taking advantage of the global financial The Singaporean Embassy declined to immediately


comment on Marzuki’s statement, with one of its diplomats “Corrupt officials exploit the international financial network,

saying that they needed to first study what the House

covering their tracks in foreign jurisdictions. As long as

Speaker had really said and the context in which it was said.

E. Java Officials Back-flip on Exam Ban for Pregnant Girl An 11-year-old girl previously barred from taking national examinations in East Java because she was pregnant was allowed to take the tests on Tuesday (10/5) after it was revealed she had been raped. After drawing the ire of government officials and women’s rights activists by banning the girl because of her condition, the head of the Education Office in Mojokerto district, Muhammad Talqin, said that in light of the new information the girl was now being allowed to take the elementary school exams. The girl, who is six months pregnant, had been raped by a 30-year-old neighbor last year, Talqin said. He said the victim, whose parents divorced several years ago and whose mother died in 2009, was living with her grandmother and was being assisted by local child protection officials. The girl’s suspected rapist, who has not been identified, is in police custody. (May11th 2011)

these ‘safe havens’ exist, people will continue to siphon off money and send it overseas,” Yudhoyono said.

Busyro Muqoddas, who heads the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), also on the sidelines, added that many

He said that corruption does not discriminate, is global

graft investigations had stalled due to the absence of an

and respects no national boundaries. “So while tackling

extradition treaty with Singapore.

corruption, one must not only look inwardly for weaknesses, but also outwardly. A successful anti-graft campaign needs

His deputy, M. Jasin, said that although Singapore could

international cooperation in tracking down laundered money

provide information on assets of corrupt officials from

and overseas accounts.”

Indonesia, recovering the assets remained difficult. Richard Boucher, the deputy secretary general of the Organization

Yudhoyono said that a productive partnership can be

for Economic Cooperation and Development, told reporters

developed with tax-haven countries to achieve these

that he hoped Singapore would cooperate with other

goals. “Cooperation is also necessary for cross-border

countries in asset recovery.

investigations and prosecution. As one of the world’s most active banking, bourse and Learning one another’s best practices is also helpful.

foreign exchange trading centers, he said, “it will be

We should encourage more bilateral and multilateral

important for Singapore to be more transparent and willing

anticorruption campaigns. The corrupt should know they

to cooperate.” Yudhoyono warned it will remain difficult to

have no place to hide,” he said.

rid a country entirely of corruption.

The president did not name any safe haven, but House

“What is important is that the big fish are caught, tried and

Speaker Marzuki Alie, speaking on the sidelines of the

convicted - to set an example for all the little fish trying to

conference, bluntly singled out Singapore. “This country

become bigger fish.” (May 11th 2011)

Police Pursuing Five more Terror Suspects Police are currently pursuing five more terror suspects

Arief Budiman, Andri Siswanto, Musolah, Ishak Andriana,

believed to be members of terrorist cells linked to bombings

Edi Triwiyanto, Ari Budi Santoso, Nobita, Jahim, Dzulkifli

in Cirebon and Klaten.

Lubis, Eko Ibrahim, Mardiansyah and Arifin.

“The five suspects are Yadi Al Hasan, Ahmad Yosefa Hayat,

“The two who were killed during a firefight with the police

Beni Asri, Nanang Irawan and Heru Komarudin,” head of

in Sukoharjo (Central Java) are Sigit Qurdowi and Hendro,”

the National Police’s public relations bureau Inspector

he said.

General Anton Bachrul Alam said here on Thursday (19/5). Mohammad Syarif conducted a suicide bombing at the Ahmad Yosefa was a would-be suicide bomber who was

Cirebon city police station compound during Friday

about to carry out his jihad mission while Beni Asri was a

prayers on April 15, 2011 killing himself and wounding other

keeper of terror bombs and Heru Komarudin a suicide

attendants including chief of the Cirebon city police.

bomb maker. Upon further investigation into the case police also arrested Nanang Irawan who was linked to a bomb threat in Klaten,

Basuki, a younger brother of Mohammady Syarif, for alleged

Central Java, had given training in bomb assembling while

involvement in the bombing.

Yadi Al Hassan had hidden the suspect in the Klaten bomb threat incident and had also given training.

Anton also said that the police were searching for 15 active bombs believed to be kept by the five wanted suspects.

“In connection with the suicide bombing of the Adz Zikra

“We believe there are still 15 active bombs (kept by them) in

mosque (in the Cirebon police compound) we have so far

addition to seven that have been found in the Soka river in

arrested 16 people. Three of them are dead, including

Cirebon,” he said.

Mohammad Syarif, the suicide bomber,” he said. In view of this he called on all people to inform the police in Terror suspects in police custody now were Achmad Basuki,

case they saw any of these people. (May 19th 2011)

Big Rise in Tourists to Bali, Singapore Visits up 53.88 Percent A total of 23,177 Singapore tourists visited Bali in the first quarter of 2011 an increase of 53.88 percent compared to last year’s same period of only 15,062, a local official said here Wednesday (18/5). “The significant increase bought Singapore to the top of ten countries with the biggest number of foreign tourists to the island republic,” head of the Bali Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) Gede Suarsa noted. Singapore contributed 3.71 percent of the total of 624,196 foreign tourists visiting Bali in the first quarter of 2011, a 10.70 percent increase compared to the 563,847 in last year’s same period. In the meantime, six of the ten countries experienced a significant rise in the number of tourists, while those of the other four countries dropped. The tourists of the six countries came from Australia with an increase of 28.59 percent from 120,238 to 156,093, Malaysia 45.63 percent from 27,548 to 40,118, and Russia by 25.16 percent from 21,250 to 26,596 people. In addition, the tourists from the UK increased by 46.35 percent from 14,081 to 20,508, and the United States by 32.65 percent from 14,514 to 19,386. Meanwhile the four countries with a decline of the number of tourists to Bali included China 2.15 per cent from 58,225 to 56,971, Japan 19.68 percent from 65,059 to 52,253, Taiwan 15.29 percent from 33,714 to 28,558 and South Korea by 1.39 percent from 28,396 to 26,002e, Gede Suarsa said. (May 18th 2011) Indonesia Able to Bridge Islam and West, says Envoy Indonesia has been able to prove its hope of bridging Islam and the West, Indonesian Ambassador to Germany Eddy Pratomo said. The success was inseparable from the cultural characters of the Indonesian nation, he said at an international symposium on cultural diplomacy organized by the Berlin Institute for Cultural Diplomacy recently. At the symposium the Indonesian ambassador spoke of the role of soft power and its significance in the realm of internal and external policies of Indonesia. The soft power strategy dated back to the 14th century when the Majapahit Kingdom was established. At that time soft power was able to stem various tensions arising from multicultural reality among three religions, namely Buddha, Hindu and Islam, he said. In implementing its foreign policy, the ambassador said Indonesia had always put emphasis on soft power with various modalities, such as moderate Islam and democracy, coupled with growing norms and values, including law enforcement, respect for human rights, good governance and freedom of the press. Given the various modalities, Indonesia’s foreign policy had demonstrated the ever increasingly important role, evident from the international trust given to Indonesia to host the Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue and Bali Democracy Forum, he said. Since then, Indonesia felt more confident to mediate in various conflicts between Islam and the West, which had so far been under the spotlight, he said. (May 17th 2011)

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Indonesia’s Bali to Host 2013 Bridge Championships The Indonesian Contract Bridge Association (GABSI) announced Thursday (19/5) that the 2013 World Bridge Team Championships will be held in Bali. The championships, equal to soccer’ s World Cup, are set to be held in Nusa Dua are in late 2013. GABSI Secretary-General Bert Toar Polii said that 66 teams from 135 countries/regions around the world were expected to join the event. “The world championships offer three main trophies, the Bermuda Bowl, Venice Cup and D’Orsi Cup,” Polii said. (May 20th 2011) British Embassy in Jakarta Closes Main Building The British embassy in Jakarta has announced the closure of its main building for security arrangements. “We regret that we have had to close the main Embassy building for operational reasons. This is due to circumstances specific to the security arrangements for the site of the Embassy building,” the British embassy in Jakarta said on its official statement, Wednesday (18/5). The statement said that the closure of the embassy’s main building is not because of a specific threat or a change in the threat level in Indonesia. “Essential Embassy operations, including Consular, are continuing off-site. However, this situation will inevitably disrupt our normal service delivery. We apologize for any inconvenience caused,” it said. (May 18th 2011) Chinese Tourist Drowns on Rafting Trip China tourist Liu Yuan Yuan (30) died tragically when the rafting boat that he was riding with 10 other tourists flipped upside down during a trip down the Melangit river near Bakas village in Klungkung on Sunday (23/5). Two of the rafters, were thrown from the boat. One of the men, Jun Hua, was pulled from the whitewater, but the other, Liu Yuan Yuan was tragically swept to his death. (May 24th 2011) Beachside Cinema Comes to Bali With the First Annual Flickerfest Following a successful 10-day festival in Sydney and a 30-venue national tour, Australia’s annual international short film festival Flickerfest will make its Indonesian debut at Potato Head Beach Club in Seminyak, Bali, on Wednesday (25/6). Screening over two nights, Flickerfest is set to bring together short films directed by some of the finest up-andcoming directors across the globe, as well as a few Academy Award-winning shorts. Among others, the highlights of the festival in Bali will include “The Lost Thing” by Australian author, illustrator and director Shaun Tan, winner of the 2010 Flickerfest award for Best Animated Short Film, and “God of Love” by American actor, writer and director Luke Matheny, last year’s winner of the Oscar for Best Live Action Short. The first-ever Flickerfest took place in 1991 as a small film night at Sydney’s Balmain High School. Over the past two decades, the event has grown to be recognized as one of Australia’s premier film festivals. It began touring internationally in 1995. In Sydney, the festival is now usually held at Bondi Beach. The event in Seminyak is being billed as “[Indonesia’s] First Annual Outdoor Cinema Short Film Festival,” which Potato Head hopes will be an annual event. “We are hoping that through this event, we will be able to promote Indonesian short films to the international audience in the future. Our upcoming plans for Flickerfest in Bali are to invite Indonesian filmmakers to submit their films,” she said. (May 24th 2011)

HIV/AIDS in Bali on the Rise - Children the New Wave of Victims The number of HIV/AIDS virus related fatalities in Bali has increased recently, with twelve deaths in the past three months. “Those who died were ten AIDS patients and two HIV patients,” said Nyoman Suteja, Head of the Bali Provincial Health Office, yesterday. He added that within the last three months, a total of 245 new cases have been recorded. Cases of HIV/AIDS in Bali were reported first in 1987, and since then the cumulative number of people afflicted by HIV/ AIDS in Bali is up to 4314 cases, 369 of which resulted in deaths. In terms of the number of HIV/AIDS cases, Bali is the fifth on the national level after West Java, East Java, Papua and Jakarta. However, in terms of national average Bali ranks second after Papua. According to Dr Dewi Kumarawati head of the children’s HIV unit at Sanglah hospital, the rates of children affected by HIV had risen sharply recently, with 190 known cases in Bali. Dr Dewi said she was deeply concerned that the real statistics may indeed be much higher as many cases are not properly diagnosed or reported. She stated that most of the children had been infected by vertical (mother to child) transmission, and that the children’s situation was often made even more difficult as in many cases at least one parent has been lost to the disease. (May 23rd 2011) Purse Snatching Rife in Kuta, Sanur - 2 Arrested Dozens of purse-snatchings from foreigners and locals alike in the Kuta and Sanur areas have kept local police on their toes. One vicitm Filipa Mirella Holmstrom (24) of Finland, had her purse snatched from her by two men on Jl Oberoi in Seminyak. The suspects were on a motor-cycle when they snatched the victim’s purse according to the police. The incident is reported to have taken place on May 4 at 11pm. “At the time, the victim was walking,” said a police spokesman. In Sanur a Dutch woman had her purse snatched while riding her bicycle on a quiet street, and a Danish expatriate was also mugged while walking with her infant grandson on the Mertasari beach. Both women reported that the perpetrators were two men riding a motorbike. Police claim to have arrested 2 suspects, however two more suspects are still at large. (May 23rd 2011) Sony Music Greece, Thailand, Indonesia Hacked Sony Music Greece was hacked with its user data published to the Web and Sony Music Indonesia’s Web site was defaced, according to an online news report. The Hacker News first reported the Sony Greece hack on Saturday (22/5), as well as reporting that the Sony Music Indonesia site had been defaced with a screenshot saying “defaced by k4L0ng666.” Also late last week, Sony Thailand’s site was hacked and being used for phishing, according to ZDNet UK. However, the big Sony breach came in April when someone hacked into the PlayStation Network and exposed personal information from 77 million customer accounts. Shortly thereafter, the company said attackers may also have obtained data from close to 25 million Sony Online Entertainment accounts. It’s likely that the subsequent attacks are not all connected, but could instead indicate that attackers are testing Sony’s network for weaknesses and exploiting confusion among Sony customers about security of their accounts. (May 23rd 2011)


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Lawyer Objects to Buxom Woman Sitting at Trial Table He says the sole purpose for her being there “is to draw the attention of the jury away from the relevant proceedings” - a small-claims dispute over a used car. (State Journal-Register) “Really Tough Weekend” for Pastor Who Predicted End of World His AM radio station was vandalized to the tune of $25,000 damage. (SF Chronicle via Houston Chronicle) Man Named “Stoner” Arrested on Drug Charges in Florida Glenn H. Stoner, 56, was charged with cultivation of marijuana and operating a drug house. ( Drivers Rush to Gas Station after Glitch Puts Gas at $1.10 a Gallon Business was so hot that by the time the mistake was realized, police had been called to help control the traffic. Meanwhile, the gas station owner is out about $21,000. He’s hoping those who took advantage of the unintentional bargain will return to patronize his food market. That way, he figures, maybe he can make up some of what he lost. (Torrence Daily Breeze) Starbucks Sued after Firing Barista Who Happens to be a Dwarf Elsa Sallard requested a stool or a small step ladder to help her do her job such as working the cash register and preparing beverages, and Starbucks allegedly refused. She was fired after Starbucks allegedly claimed she would be a danger to customers and employees. (Starbucks Gossip) Wisconsin Man to Eat His 25,000th Big Mac Sandwich Today Don Gorske began eating Big Macs on May 17, 1972 and has had one almost every day since then. ( School to Make Wake-up Calls to Chronically Tardy Students High school students who’ve been tardy five or more times since March will be receiving calls on school days between 6:30 a.m. and 6:45 a.m. that say: “Good morning from Marshalltown High School. It’s time to get up and enjoy the day.” The message reminds them what time the first period starts. ( Teens to Receive Body Cavity Searches Before Entering Prom Dance? The body-cavity notice was sent to parents on school stationary, but it was just a joke. The Catholic high school immediately received phone calls from parents, but the principal says “the great majority of our parents knew immediately this was a prank.” (


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Bringing Safe Sexy Back To Bali When I started to organize events and campaigns to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS among young people ten years ago, after my assistant died of AIDS and my then teenage children didn’t know anything about the disease, little did I know that it would take over my whole life. So much so that four years later I left my position as a fashion editor and founded Designers against AIDS, to which we added an education center last year, to further help spread awareness. With our NGO Designers against AIDS (based in Belgium but working internationally) we have worked since 2004 in reaching out to young people all over the world using pop culture (fashion, music, social media, celebrities, design, art) to get the message out that HIV infections still happen and that AIDS still can’t be cured, so prevention (ie, safe sex) is very important. Our most important projects are our new ‘International HIV/AIDS Awareness Education Center’ in Antwerp and our annual and global ‘Fashion against Aids’ campaigns / collections with mass retailer H&M, now entering its 5th year. As there are no H&M stores in Indonesia yet, Designers against AIDS has brought that message to Bali themselves, with a fashion event at the brand new W Hotel Retreat & Spa at the seaside of Seminyak in Bali, that featured items from the latest ‘Fashion against AIDS’ collection (for sale worldwide from April 26 and promoted by many celebrities such as Keri Hilson, Akon, Misshapes, Selma Blair and Penn Badgley from ‘Gossip Girl’), a series of T-shirts Marc Jacobs designed to benefit DAA, together with Playboy plus clothes from earlier DAA collections, especially T-shirts with safe sex slogans. They were worn by people who live in Bali and by the W staff. After the show- with performances by Australian singer Alex Longstaff and a dance by a group of youngsters from Bali Kids, there was a party with DJ Joseph Quartana (Seven New York). Many cool international and Indonesian guests have attended the event, including Dr Dewi, the pediatrician at Sanglah Hospital who is treating a lot of HIV positive children and their mothers. Designers against AIDS has also made a photo documentary in Bali during the month of May, photographing and speaking with local people, expats and tourists about their view on HIV/AIDS and the need for protection and they plan to publish this in Nylon Indonesia, internationally and online. DAA doesn’t want to sell anything, we just want to make people and the media more aware of HIV/ AIDS - about the fact that new HIV infections in Bali have doubled last year, that each year over 600 seropositive mothers are diagnosed and around 300 children younger than 5 years, that the most important cause of infection these days is heterosexual intercourse, that the disease can be prevented -and that if everybody has the right information, most people will act responsibly. At the event at W Retreat & Spa we raised over 5 million IDR, money that will be donated to the Bali Kids charity ( As far as I know and heard of people who live in Bali, no HIV campaigns have been organized here and most schools don’t put safe sex on their curriculum either. Knowing the statistics and realizing that prevention is the only cure for HIV/AIDS, isn’t it time to focus on this problem? If everybody would practice safe sex when needed, AIDS would disappear completely in the next two decades. Think about it, spread the word and help fight AIDS in your community. Together it can be done!

DAA is looking for a student from Bali! In our new International HIV/AIDS Awareness Education Center in Antwerp, Belgium we teach young students (18-30 yo) how to create safe sex campaigns aimed at their peers, using elements from pop culture. This takes place in creative workshops, working on a subject and campaign that wil be effectively used by DAA afterwards. We host 4 international students at a time for 4-8 weeks (depending on the subject) who also live in the Center. For one of our workshops in 2012 we would love to include a student from Bali, so if you are or know someone who would be interested in this experience, please let us know. Requirements: interested in the subject of HIV/AIDS, preferably experience in a sexual health group, outgoing personality, fluent in English (written and spoken) and in using the internet and social media, age between 18-30, creative and social personality. On our website you can fill in a questionnaire to send to us, or contact for more information. Ninette Murk Space donated by Bali Advertiser

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Bali International Women’s Association (BIWA) Bazaar on Sunday, June 12, 2011, Marks 37 Years of Making Bali a Better Place to Live Bali International Women’s Association (BIWA) will again hold their annual charity bazaar on Sunday, June 12, 2011 in the parking area of Lotte Mart Wholesale in Denpasar. At this expanded venue the bazaar is set to be the largest ever with more space for both visitors and vendors. As in year’s past, the Bazaar represents a major fund-raising project on the BIWA calendar to support education and scholarships programs for under privileged children in Bali, and support children whose parents are drug users living with HIV/AIDS. The funds raised will also cover a host of women’s programs addressing domestic violence and skill development. The funds generated from the bazaar will also be used for the operation of the BIWA Mobile Dental Clinic, the provision of pap-smear tests and Bali environmental management programs. BIWA Annual Charity Bazaar Scheduled for the full day on Sunday, June 12, 2011, from 9 am until 5 pm, the bazaar is expected to exceed last year’s visitor total of more than 3,000 visitors. Admission to the public is without charge. 250 stalls are available on a first-come-first-served basis against a modest charge. 20 stalls have been set aside to social welfare projects in Bali. For more information and to secure a booth contact: BIWA CENTER Jalan D. Tandakan No. 5 - Sanur, Denpasar, Bali. Telephone: +62 (0) 361-286564 and +62 (0) 361-7469607 Email:

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Gourmet food discount: Similar to the bright wholesome interior of a Whole Foods Market in the U.S.A., Pepito (Jl. Kediri 36-A, Tuban, tel. 0361-759-112) sells a vast array of gourmet food at fair prices. If you spend more than Rp250,000, bring your receipt over to the customer service counter, present your KTP or passport, then register at no additional charge as a member. On Mondays and Tuesdays discounts of 5% are offered on fruits and vegetables; on Wednesdays 5% on fish. As a member you always get a 5% discount in the bakery and a 10% discount in the café. After accumulating 100 points, a shopping voucher for Rp50,000 is given. Pretty cool! Open 9 am to 10 pm.

Asian food section, Pepito

Green cleaners: Natural cleaning products that can be bought at any supermarket on Bali are the best thing for your environment, your health and your pocketbook. With simple ingredients and recipes you are able to clean and freshen up the whole house for much less than store bought cleaners like Rinso. For example, baking soda (soda kue, at Rp1,200 per small packet) mixed with vinegar makes an all-purpose cleaner and deodorizer to use in cleaning appliances, walls, floors and many other surfaces. Soda kue can even extinguish a grease or electrical fire. For 60 uses of baking soda, check out: Grosir vs. eceran: Always ask for the grosir price, even if it’s a retail shop. Eceran means buying in small quantities. Grosir means wholesale. For example, two shops in Denpasar give bona fide quantity wholesale prices for sheets and bed linen. U.D. Lucky, Jl. Nangka Selatan 1, Denpasar (150 meters from the statue on Jl. Gatsu Barat) sells white hand towels (35 cm X 70 cm) Rp18,000 per, color Rp20,000 per. Bath towels (76 cm X 140 cm) for Rp120,700 per, color Rp113,750 per. Deeper discounts for orders of 10 dozen. Also sells bedcovers, sheets, pillow covers, etc. at great prices. Monthly promotional offers of 30% to 50% discounts. Toko Pusat Handuk, Jl. Nakula 27, tel. (0361) 36736 55 081 558 04 1922, sells only standard white towels (70 X 40 cm) for Rp40,000 per single or Rp38,000 per if you buy 60 (5 lusin). Beach towels (85 cm X 150 cm) Rp100,000 per. Open 9 am-5 pm; closed Sundays. Ask for Ibu Meliana. Note: Don’t be deceived. If you see a sign “Grosir,” it doesn’t necessarily mean they sell at wholesale prices. Moving to Bali: Getting a fair price for household goods on Bali can be an exhausting task, especially when you first arrive and don’t know what things usually cost and don’t yet have a real grasp on the what the local currency is able to buy. The safest shopping strategy in the beginning is to shop at a discount supermarket. A friend reported that in his first month here he bought a desk for Rp500,000 from a local furniture shop. Later he saw the same desk in Lotte Mart for only Rp179,000!

as well as special offers on weekdays on selected items. This discount is not just for preferred customers. Anyone is eligible. Staff won’t necessarily tell you about it. You have to bring it to their attention. Call first to see what they have available. Free delivery in the Kuta - Legian - Seminyak - Petitenget - Jimbaran areas. Located at Jl. Kunti 18, Seminyak (tel. 0361-737-132) on same street as Bali Deli, the small shop on east side opposite the gas station near intersection of Jl. Sunset. Hours: 9 am-10pm. Resident discounts: It’s cheaper for domestic tourists to stay at hotels because the domestic rate is lower than the tourist rate. Qualified permanent residents of Bali are also eligible for hotel and tour packages of up to 10% to 50% from the published rate, the same discounts that Indonesian citizens (WNI) receive. Discounts are only given to holders of KIMS/ KITAS/KITAB working permits issued by the Indonesian government to qualified foreigners. Upon check-in, the guest must present their visa together with their reservation confirmation or the normal rate will apply. Sometimes a business doesn’t indicate on their website that they offer discounts to KIMS/KITAS/KITAB holders or they may have a separate Indonesian language website where the offer may appear. Bear in the mind that the “local” rate for WNI/KITAS is not always cheaper than the rate for foreigners. While the cheaper rate for locals is generally the rule, there are exceptions in about 20% of the cases. How did this happen? One theory is that after the two Bali bombings which coincided with a shift to where 60% of all Bali visitors are domestically generated some hotels discounted the “bomb shy” foreigners more than the more resilient Indonesians. This resulted in a price anomaly with some hotels which remains to this day. Meet your GM: If you have grown fond of a resort on Bali and return to it frequently, it always pays to personally meet and strike up a friendship with the General Manager. If you recommend the place to friends and, better yet, send a few bookings their way, you will often find that you’ll get a great deal. Get emailed exchange rates everyday: Call in your email address to Bali Legian Money Exchange (tel. 0361-368-7701, and ask to be put on the mailing list to receive daily postings of exchange rates. They also have a handy online calculator. Open Mon.-Sun. 8:30 am to 12 am. A nifty currency converter and another free daily exchange rate email service is at Tiara Grosir: The Lotte Mart for Indonesians. Located at Jl. Cokroaminoto 16 (tel. 0361-423-609), they offer lower prices than the average supermarket. Packed with shoppers looking for bargains and bulk food supplies. Sightings of bule are rare. Ask your questions in Indonesian only. Aisles filled with all the necessities of life - from boxes of instant noodles and electrical equipment to fresh fruit and produce. Not such a big cheese selection, but very strong on household goods. In the same mall you’ll also find home appliances, books, baked goods, pharmacy, kid’s shoes and clothing, adult clothing and sports equipment. Open 9 am-10 pm daily. Also has a membership program for permanent residents of Bali. Points are accumulated for gifts or in exchange for a shopping voucher (kupon belanja) for cooking oil, soap, sweet juices, etc. Just present a photocopy of your passport and pay Rp10,000.

Save in the kitchen: It’s ridiculously easy to make your own pickles instead of buying imported jars of pickles for Rp35,000 and up in Bali’s supermarkets Just cut a big long cucumber into slices, add vinegar, sugar, salt and chili and store in fridge overnight. Also use natural, flavorful and nutritious olive oil (Rp81,000 per liter in Lotte Mart) on your toast, corn or whatever instead of more expensive high cholesterol butter (Rp26,000 per 16 oz block). Bali Liquor Store: On Friday, Saturday and Sundays they offer a 15% discount on wine and spirits (even for one bottle!)

Neem tree

T h e v i l l a g e apothecary: Neem oil (nimba in Indonesian; intaran in Balinese) is a natural way to protect crops, animals and people from insects. One liter of Neem oil can be used as an insecticide to spray (semprot) 20-26 are or it can be used instead of noxious mosquito fogging (semprot asap) which normally generates clouds of choking chemicals. Neem kills both the

parasite-spreading mosquito adults and the larvae, breaking the reproduction cycle, without having a heavy impact on good pollinators. Neem oil must be diluted according to the strength needed. Just 2% mixed in coconut oil applied to the skin protects against mosquitoes and other biting insects. Neem soaps also help people and animals with skin problems and fights dandruff. PT Intaran, Jl. Mertasari, Gg. Sunrise School, Kerobokan, tel. 0361-735-822 (, sells Neem oil (Rp110,000 per liter), Neem cake (for fertilizer, pupuk), and neem leaves powder (Rp50,000 per 50 capsule bottle) for taking internally. Open 9 am to 5 pm Mon. to Saturday. The Eco Shop, Jl. Dewi Sita, Ubud, tel. 081338731705 (email: sells 100 ml bottles of Neem oil for Rp18,000 as well as 15 other Neem products.

A nest of space agey LED bulbs

LED lights: An LED bulb, made from non-toxic materials, will last for 50,000 hours (over 10 years) compared to an incandescent bulb which lasts 1,000 hours, a compact fluorescent bulb 5,000-10,000 hours and a halogen bulb only 2,000 hours. IndoLED, Jl. Tukad Balian 2, Sidakarya, Sanur (from Sanur head to Kuta on Jl. Bypass, turn off at Jl. Danau Tempe), tel. 0361-720-677, One Watt bulbs Rp120,000, 3 Watt bulbs Rp190,000. Discounts of 5% for a dozen or more. Prices include tax. One year guarantee if you use the lights in the manner they prescribe. Hours: 9 am to 5:30 pm. Ask for Ibu Eli. Buying vs renting: New and used motorcycles on Bali cost as much as they do in the States or Europe but they rent for only Rp300,000 to Rp600,000 per month. The lower the rent, the more likely the bike is older with a few idiosyncrasies, perhaps not fit for long trips. Renting is very low risk financially, you can take your bike back to the renter or dealer for wear and tear repairs like worn tires or electrical issues, though you must pay of course for accidents like tire punctures, bent fenders, damaged lamps. As another plus, the bike is already covered by insurance. For even better value, consider renting a faster, safer, more sturdy and comfortable bigger bike like the 125 cc Suzuki Thunder for as little as Rp7 to Rp8 million per year. Ask first among your staff, friends, neighbors, shops that you frequent, etc. Beauty tips: You don’t need to go an expensive hotel salon. Just go into any one of the busy looking salons found all over Bali with a price board out front. Point to their price list which often uses the same beauty salon terms that are used in English. Every salon offers hair treatments, facials, cream baths, rebonding. Smaller salons may not offer manicures and pedicures (because specialized tools for these treatments are expensive ) but many have a massage table. Salons offer 3-4 hour pakets such as facial, creambath, pedicure and manicure, massage, steam, body scrub, milk bath – all for Rp150,000Rp200,000 - a very good deal. You may also call a beautician to your home or hotel room. Ask her boss “Bisa dipanggil untuk ke hotel atau ke rumah?” Massage ladies who work outside of salons, spas, hotels are less expensive. Perhaps a staff member at a salon can recommend a masseuse to come to your room. Tukang pijat from outside costs only Rp50,000 per hour. In four- and five-star hotel massages could cost over Rp1 million.

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NC/NV/P-01 June 11

By The Coach

This Sporting Life

The Bali Masters 9s

Chillis do well in Jakarta 10’s Rugby

The Bali Geckos Australian Rules football club will be hosting what has evolved into one of the world’s biggest Australian Rules event outside of Australia. The 2011 Powerade Bali Masters 9s Australian Rules Football Championship will this year see 18 teams competing in the unique 9-a-side format. To be held at Bali’s premier recreational facility, the Canggu Club, the event is for players over 35 years of age and is supported by Masters AFL, the governing body for Aussie Rules for Masters rules football in Australia. Tony Woods, the International AFL Manager, will be in attendance at the event to watch teams from across Asia and Australia participate.

The Bali Chillis Rugby club recently participated in the annual Jakarta Rugby 10’s held at Jakarta’s British International School. With a virtual new look team, including recruitments from Bogor and Singapore, it was a meet and great followed by a quick warm up and into the first game versus Bandung. Despite having 12 forwards and only 2 backs in the squad, things clicked right from the outset and with a great display of interlinking Bali ran away with a 4 tries to nil victory. Next up was the Koteka from Papua. This game proved to be a more torrid affair and tempers flared after a few cheap shots from the Papuans. Once again Bali came together as a team and walked away with a 3 try to nil win. Then came the make or break game against the Manila Nomads, where a win would see Bali move into the Cup quarters as top qualifier from our pool. A loss would see us front up against the old foe in the Jakarta Komodos. Manila dominated the early part of the game with a big forward pack working well with their quick backs. Another solid defensive effort kept Bali in the game, but it wasn’t to be with the more experienced Manila outfit eventually winning 12-0.

With teams normally fielding 18 players on a field twice as large as a soccer pitch, the 9-a-side format on a soccer pitch is an extreme modification of the normal game. It creates a fast, high scoring game that has been replicated in tournaments around the globe. Teams will this year be divided into three divisions – the cup, plate, and bowl following the initial round of games. The large number of teams attending has led to games being played over two days, with the grand final being played under lights. The 2011 Powerade Bali Masters 9s Australian Rules Football Championship will be held at the Canggu Club Friday June 10 and Saturday June 11. More information can be found at or by emailing coach@ Biznet Bali International Triathlon The fifth Biznet Bali International Triathlon will take place June 26. The race is set to start and finish in Jimbaran, with athletes starting in the waters of Jimbaran Bay, then cycling a road circuit through the Bukit area followed by a run through Jimbaran village. The start and finish of the event is the Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Bay. In addition to the Olympic distance race, which consists of a 1.5 kilometer swim, a 40 kilometer bike ride and finishing with a 10 kilometer run, there will also be a Sprint division for those opting for a shorter race. The Sprint division consists of a 500 meter swim, a 20 kilometer cycle and a 5 kilometer Run. The event will also feature a 5km fun run, which has in the past proven to be a popular activity, as well as a team relay event. For more details on the event, as well as registration details, see www.

Next game was the cup quarter final against Jakarta. The Komodos, having close to 30 players in their squad and a number of skillful players, was always going to be a hard mountain to climb, but with nothing to lose the Bali boys went into the game with a great attitude. The boys tackled themselves to a standstill but lack of possession proved to be their undoing and when the final whistle blew the Komodos progressed with a 3 tries to nil score line. The Jakarta lads eventually went on to win the Cup final versus the Manila Nomads and based on the Chillis results against those two teams, the Bali players can hold their heads high, especially considering it was the first time playing together for many of the team. In a good team effort, the standout players included the Canadian twin towers; Beau and Dustin, Bogor new recruit James and local development player Banny, who ran hard and straight all day and was rewarded by being named in the Indonesian national squad for the upcoming A5N tournament against China, Pakistan and Guam. Kurt Lovell, Dan Sivess, Andrew White, Markus and Nick Mesritz were also named and the Bali Chillis club wishes them all the best for the upcoming tests.

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Letters To Bali Advertiser Trash, Trash, Trash Dear Sir, I would like to reply to the letter ‘Trash in the Rivers’ from W.T. Beef in the Bali Advertiser April-May edition. I understand the frustration of the writer regarding the terrible condition in Bali’s waterways, not to mention the large amount of rubbish all over the island and including the massive amount of plastic used and then dumped. If you are frustrated about this situation there is something we can all do right NOW. There is an organisation based in Ubud called Bali Cantik Tanpa Plastik/Plastic Free Bali. The Bali advertiser ‘Eco Buzz’ section wrote a profile of the campaign in a recent edition. The campaign focuses on reducing the amount of plastic used so the rubbish does not have to be cleaned up and communities are not left with huge clean up costs. BCTP promotes reusing shopping bags that have been designed for this purpose. They have bags for purchase and are currently designing key rings and bumper stickers to help lift their profile. BCTP also works with the local communities to help raise awareness of the problems and promote behaviour change. We all can do the simple things and action needs to be taken NOW. If you would like further information about the BTCP campaign please contact the Campaign Co-ordinator, Anna Sutanto at Thank-you, M. Wilkie Ubud

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Frozen in Bali Dear Sir, A few issues ago the editor was kind enough to publish my letter, asking for UK ex pats receiving the UK state pension (or will be in the future), to contact me enabling me to help with the fight for equality for pensioners. I have received just two replies!! I am sure that there are more than 3 of us! Come on you guys, are you too rich to bother with the state pension? Or are you to p----- with the UK government to bother? Whatever your reason you should still be paid the pension you have paid in for. The government is currently consulting on their proposals for changing the state pension system and I would like to put in my twopence worth on behalf of all Bali expat pensioners. So come on guys send me an email at clida2000@ as soon as you can so I can reply to the consultation. balifrozenguy

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I’m sitting with surfboard shaper Dave Lewis and we lament that within the surfing industry, one that employs thousands, financially independent shapers (the people that actually make the crafts we ride) are becoming few a far in-between. With the marketplace flooded with cheap (sort of) epoxy pop outs and pro rider signature models, why should a surfer work with a shaper face to face? Well you really only get out of board design what you put into it, for the person that goes surfing once a month the pop outs will probably do the job. But for a surfer that lives the life, improving your board design (and your surfing) can only be achieved through a relationship with your shaper. All the WCT surfers work closely, sometimes for years, with their shapers to get that magic board, Taj -Nev, Fanning - Handley, Slater - Merrik. It does work both ways, surfer feed back shapes the direction of design, and the only way to get that feedback is face to face. 28 years of work is a long time in anyone’s language, let alone in a profession that has no guaranteed financial reward, so why do it? Initially shaping was a way for me to make a living and still go surfing all the time, but before too long it transformed into a passion, learning the tools took some time but or some reason I got design straight away, curves and rockers seemed to come naturally. After the initial stoke of seeing people riding your boards it comes to a point when you have to decide if you want to make shaping your career and lifestyle or just kick around the local scene. My point came when I landed a gig with Town & Country, that opportunity exposed me to an amazing network of Hawaiian shapers and surfers. So when you get to an established point in your career, still get to work with great surfers and be involved with some of the best young groms going around… why wouldn’t you do it? Apart from Lakey Peak we don’t see many Indonesian Professionals riding “d.a. Lewy” surfboards, have you spent much time in the islands? Yeah there are a few d.a.Lewys kicking around Lakey Peak, a friend and team rider Mark “Bunga” Clift has spent allot of time at Lakey Peak, and I shaped for Joey Barrel when he was riding for Rip Curl, Sumbawa is a great proving ground. I first went to G-land in 1983 and fell in love with Indonesia straight away, I’ve lost count of the trips since, and although Indonesia is the ultimate place to play, when it gets in your blood Indo becomes more than a playground. Can you elaborate on your plans here this year? This year Rip Curl are bringing me to Bali for a few shaping stints. Our plan is to step slowly into Bali and compliment the Rip Curl range and working with the shapers there. Surfer feedback (both local and bule) will shape the product and provide a custom option, the last thing I want to do is flood the market with hundreds of boards. My business partner (and girlfriend) Rosie will be coming also, working and spending time with her in Bali is irresistible and valuable to me.

Tell us about your boards and why they perform so well in Indonesian waves? I spent 6 weeks a year for 15 years shaping in Hawaii, the other half of my apprenticeship was in the waters of the South West and North West of Australia; the waves in these places are similar to the waves in Indonesia. I’ve also been lucky over the years, pros like Mick Lowe and Ry Craike have given me valuable Indo feed back, and that continues today with the likes of super grom Jack Robinson.

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You have already shaped a couple of shooters for Lembongan grommet Komo, why the interest in him? I was looking for a young Indonesian grommet to sponsor and the exposure the Lembongan Surf Team was getting in Australia sparked my interest. A friend of mine spends a lot of time over there and he suggested Komo. I haven’t met him yet but I’m assured he is a great kid with a healthy outlook and good attitude, so we put him on a 12 month deal and look forward to working with him and seeing results. I think the bule and local interaction over there is a good thing.

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You are pretty entrenched in the Australian surfing scene, what do people think of the standard of the I.S.C. (Indonesian Surfing Championship) and the competitive scene going on in Bali?

It sounds like Rip Curl will have you nice and busy in the shaping bay while you are in Bali, will you have any jam karet (rubber time) and maybe check out some I.S.C. events and do some surfing? I would love to go on some surfing trips, of course I will be meeting Komo on Lembongan and yeah, checking out the ISC talent is must on their home turf. You have a pretty unique shaping bay inside retail store Star Surf (Perth City), who’s idea was that and how’s it working out? Wooly from Star had this idea to build a shaping bay inside his surf store where the customers can look straight in and watch me shape. It’s working out great, sometimes I feel like a monkey in a cage but the constant interaction and feedback is r e f r e s h i n g . I t ’s pretty much what we are going to do in the Rip Curl store in Kuta. Toughing out the ebb and flow of the surfing industry for so long must have had some highlights? The waves, through all the work and ups and downs the waves stay in your mind, that and the lifestyle shaping affords, especially working with incredible surfers and craftsman. The feeling I had when Mick Lowe chose my board to ride in the final of the Pipline Masters was incredible, and now I get to start a new adventure in Indonesia, can’t wait to get there.

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Local Resident is Helping the Bali Dogs Canggu local resident, Kate Samson, has made Bali her home and to make it really feel like a home, she has adopted a gorgeous dog Ciu. Kate adopted Ciu from the Bali (dog) Adoption and Rescue Centre (BARC) based in Ubud. Kate is one of many dog loving people that have donated money to help build a much needed sanctuary for these poor neglected dogs. After living in Bali and seeing the plight of the poor street dogs for herself and adopting Ciu, Kate was happy to get on board to help the Bali (dog) Adoption and Rescue Centre (BARC) on its mission to buy land and help even more suffering dogs. BARC are a small shelter and are trying to raise $50,000 to buy a hectare of land to set up a sanctuary. Similar sanctuaries have been built for neglected dogs in Thailand and other parts of the world. They’d like to have access to the land for injured and unadoptable dogs, cats, monkeys, squirrels, lizards, deer or any suffering animals. You see, BARC don’t just helps only dogs - they help all animals that are in need and dropped off to them. The Bali Adoption & Rehabilitation Centre is a non-profit organisation that houses over 120 rescued dogs and puppies. They aim to relieve suffering, starvation, abuse and neglect of the street dogs in Bali. They provide medical care, food, rehabilitation, bedding, sterilisation, vaccinations and love to all dogs and puppies. In doing so they wish to educate Indonesians on how to care and respect animals and provide adoptions services to suitable homes. Any dog brought to BARC will be assessed at the Good Karma Vet Clinic in Ubud - even if they have the slightest chance at life BARC will do everything possible to give the animal a happy and fulfilling life. Some of BARC’s dogs are not adoptable and so they wish to raise funds for land to turn the shelter into more of a sanctuary for these dogs to live out their retirement with the staff at BARC. All of the dogs have names and personalities and are loved unconditionally. They are treated as individuals not just ‘another dog’. If you would like to join Kate and help BARC raise their funds please visit the BARC website at For other enquiries, please contact Amber Power (BARC) on 0404 208 555. Kate can be contacted on 082145541656.

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POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Chef (Expat May Apply) Marketing Mgr GM (Expat May Apply) Restaurant Mgr Asst HRD Mgr (Hotel) Contracting Mgr Sales Staff / Manager Programmer Fin & Acc Managers Jr Architect Secr / PA / Admin HRD Manager Operations Managers Villa Manager 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/1 June 11

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Urgently needed female Sales and Reservation employee : • Fluent English (spoken and written) • Fluent in computer literate • Good communication skills • Experience min 1 year in villa rental agency • Minimum driving license C Please send your CV at : NC/Es/1 June 11

Luxury Villa are looking qualified candidates for the position:

Cook-Driver and Butler Qualifications : Male / Female, young personal, having experience in same postion as a butler, driver and cook, spoken English, able to work in team, honest, good interpersonal skill, high motivated. If you are interested, please send your application (CV, recent photograph and reference) to email: NC/Es/1 June 11

JUNIOR WEB DESIGNER - Level education : D3 / S1 - Majoring : Multimedia - Experience : Min 1 year (preferred), fresh graduate - Able to operate design related computer applications (exp : Photoshop, Illustrator, Java Script, Flash, etc) - Fluent in English both oral and written - Highly motivated, innovative, open minded and team work - A fast learner and committed to self-improvement - Placement in Bali

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PT Pegasus Graha Indah A well-known furniture company with 2 main brands; Savana and Klik Klak, urgently need the right person for this following position:

Sales Project – Code: SP Quality Control - QC Key Responsibilities: 1. Meet sales target or financial goals 2. Maintain good relationship with existing customers and new potential customers (B to B and or B to C) Requirements: 1. Minimum S1 in Marketing/Architec/Designer Interior with minimum four years experience in selling product 2. Strong experience in sales field, developing opportunities, following prospecting and producing sales and make our products available as per sales strategy 3. Good presentation and negotiation skill in English 4. Experienced in sofa or furniture industry as an added value 5. Have driving license and own a private vehicle as an added value 6. Will be placed in Savana - Bali Please send your application and CV with recent color photograph to :

Int’l Co. seeking Office Manager. Excellent English skills and previous management skills required. Email CV to <>. [709] Top level Executive Personal Assistant required full time. Must have excellent sales experience, computer skills, written and spoken English, own transport. Small professional international business. Growth prospects. Good salary. 0812 3619 6609. [710] Looking for receptionist, female, fluent speak & write English. Work in Sanur. Send CV to: <info@goodproperty-bali. com>. [717]

Shopkeeper Wanted for Fashion Boutique in Bali Collection, Nusa Dua. Good English, Experience, Pretty. Call (0361) 773787, Email: <info@pinkeleven. com>. [724] Komilfo restaurant Sanur is looking for: waitress and bar staff. Good English and motivated. Tel: 0812 3612 7713. Pak Fre. [725] Looking for professional Local Sales Staff for advertising company. <advertising-sales@>. [726] Painting Gallery looking for 1 Shop Manager & 1 Secretary, good English and computer skills. Good salary. Send CV <export@>. [719]

Security man wanted, good English, honest, fully experienced. Start immediately! Contact Manager - Made (0361) 763051. [718]

Dicari Pembantu (Legian). Umur 30+, Bali, pengalaman semua pekerjaan rumah. 8-5 sore. Jujur, punya sepeda motor. Please call 081 7973 7913. [720]

Urgently needed; Native English Teachers, especially for Playgroup and Kindergarten. Contact: JB School <jembatanbudaya@>. (0361) 752 554. [596]

Restaurant Opening In Seminyak: Looking for: Manager and Administrator Assistant: MYOB, Excel..., Cook and Cook Helpers, Cashier, Wait. Must speak English and have experience in restaurant. CV to: <playai@hotmail. es>. [643]

Wanted, live in handyman in Jimbaran/Nusa Dua area. Please send CV with reference and photo to <rwsmith888@gmail. com>. [721]


GROCER & GRIND Looking for fantastic people to join our team Restaurant Manager, Wait Staff, Cashier, Cook All positions require min 2 yrs experience, English speaking Resume to Ph: 0361 737321 or 738374 NC/Es/1 June 11

Cool staff with outgoing personality Wanted! Looking for sale reps in our Oberoi art gallery shop with clothings, furniture etc. You should speak English, be very outgoing and interested in selling. Email your info, photo and expected salary to NC/Es/1 June 11

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Bali’s Leading Manufacture / Wholesale & Export Silver Jewelry Company is looking for smart & talented people to join our vibrant Ubud based office & big family as:

Looking for female Secretary/PA, fluent English, flexible working hours, hard working & multitasking. Send CV to <> or call 737018. [723]

ACCOUNT PAYABLE Key responsibilities: 1. Handle daily invoice processing 2. Ensure all payments are made in compliance with company policy 3. Liaise with procurement team on all payment issues 4. Develop procedure to enhance internal control process 5. System enhancement

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Requirements: Bachelor Degree in accounting with a min of 4 years financial experience in the manufacturing • Good communication skills in both oral and written English Good influencing skills are essential to coordinate the financial activities in a diverse and complex organization • Proficient in using Excel various functions is a plus

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING MANAGER Requirements: Bachelor / Master Degree from reputable Academy/University majoring Business, Management, and Accounting • Experienced in the same position at least 6 years • Experience within manufacturing is a plus • Having experience in Finance & Investment, Cash Flow management, banking, leasing, L/C application, payment process in general, excellent in computer skill. • Fluent in English both written and spoken is a must for daily communication with overseas parties. • Able to take responsibilities seriously; work under pressure, hardworking & result oriented, strong leadership skill as well as being an active team member •

Great benefits and salary in our action packed, fast paced, fun Ubud office. Must tolerate dogs in the working environment. If you fulfill the above criteria, please send your application to: NC/Es/1 June 11

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Min 3 years experience sales & marketing and customer service Sales target and customer satisfaction oriented Good command of English (both speaking & written), with additional Chinese and/or Japanese language proficiency would be an advantage Good communication, presentation and administration skills Able to work under pressure and long hours to meet deadlines Outgoing personality & pleasant self presentation Application to

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BUSINESS SERVICES Web & Graphic Design. I can help you to develop website with personal price, including hosting or domain name, printing project and photography. Call 781 7447 or 081 2389 5551 for further discuss or portfolio please visit the website: <www.>. [553] Xenia for rent with the driver, daily or weekly. Competitive price for your holiday or business. Please contact Agung 0819 3620 2170. [184] 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] Faves, speacialist in; fine silver crochet jewelry, soft toys, hotel give-away amenities. Please call/SMS 0878 6116 3056. [524] Private lesson Bahasa / English for foreigners. <dwi.>, or call Dwi 0813 3870 5158. [016] Arie Massage 0858 5721 5435. [611]

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Interested in learning Indonesian language??? Contact Lidya : 0813 3744 1810. Experienced in teaching. [299] Make your site first page at Google. 081 138 0151. [652]

A leading fashion & accessories co. (Exp. Co.) located in Mas, Ubud, looking for young & energetic candidates to fill positions as:


Guitar Lessons. 0821 4453 3390. [508] Professional Massage by young girl. Call 0818 0553 4842. [685]

Qualifications: University Graduates Excellent written English Excellent attention to detail & follow up Clever, willing to learn Secretarial/office exp. an advantage Able to join for work as possible Max 28 years old Fresh graduated are welcome to apply Basic salary are Rp 1.5 jt - Rp 2.5 jt

Massage Sensation. Call 0818 0555 9448. [686] Drum/music lesson, graduated McGill University, 10 years as Musical Director on Cruise Ship. 0878 6020 3233. [688]

Please email directly & send completed resume (Application Letter, CV & Photo) to: HRM, Email: NC/Es/1 June 11

WANTED! ◊ Dancers (Contemporary, Hiphop, Latin, Capoeira, Themes) ◊ Solo Singers ◊ Fashion Models & Photo Models (Ideal body, Minimum Height 165cm, All gender, Age 17–28) ◊ Catwalk Models (Ideal body, Minimum Height 170cm,All gender, Age 17–28) ◊ DJ‛s (All Genres) ◊ Hosts (All Gender, Age 18–30) ◊ Presenters (All Gender, Age 15–35) ◊ Advert Talent Models (All genres, All face character, Age 3–40) ◊ Others Entertainers Please Send your Resume and photograph to: No later than June 10th 2011.

Monthly / annual tax services, accounting freelance. Please call 877 3940. [727] Private tutoring for English or Bahasa. Professional female tutor. Home / office. Call: 0361-803 5005. [653] Architecture and Interior Designer for your villas or shops? Please contact < a l o u w. s t e p h @ g m a i l . com>. [701] Develop software for your own business. All program customized. Experience. Reasonable price. Call 0815 7241 4084. [704] Specialist Product Photography. Affordable price. 0819 9911 7888. Email <www.AriosGallery. com>. [708]

Certified European Project Manager with own MEP/ Architect/Supervisor staff, very experienced, excellent reference list in Bali and abroad, looking for new projects. Phone: +62 81 2380 9310. Mail: <pm@>. [077] Private Balinese Dance. 0857 3996 4210 / <ginawulansari@rocketmail. com>. [715] For Bahasa course + Interpreter service. Call Moko 0812 3651 4990. [488] Freelance Massage Ana. 0819 3622 2521. [716] Private English 1 to 1 tutoring with native English speaker. Surprisingly inexpensive. All levels welcome. At your home or office. Contact Maurice on 081 834 4787 or (0361) 283 120. [190] Private English Lessons for kids with experienced certified Indonesian female teacher. Call Violin 083 8588 7275. [722]


Expat seeking employment as Project Manager / Supervisor or can build for you. 081 2362 9939. <balicontractor@dps.>. [050] Freelance handyman looking for job. Call 0878 6104 8889. [590] Fresh graduated Architect looking for freelance. Call 0819 1624 1428. [363] Photographer for product, events, interior. Contact 0812 3425 3696. [618] Experienced DJ looking for work in Bali anytime from April to October, playing anything from Rock, Pop, Lounge, Latin, Funk, Ethnic. Contact at <morrislevis@>. [573] Looking for night shift work. English teaching, hotel hospitality & travel tourism background, able to play music. Please contact 0813 5322 1262 or 0819 9988 2647. Email: <iketut_>. [574] Freelance pool cleaner. Call 0821 4550 7312. [665] Freelance private assistant, resourceful, fluent English, excellent computer ability, <bornin_1987@yahoo.>. [678] Female - 20’s - expat looking for PA job or like-experience with jewellery manufacturer and real estate. 0813 3831 7607. [687] Freelance nanny, English speaking. Phone 0857 3717 1871. [684]


Boutique Villa standard with 5 star hotel Looking for

Sales & Marketing Manager Qualifications: Experience, Good English, Loyal & Honest. Good Salary. Send CV to Telp: 08155743623 NC/Es/1 June 11

A Group of Resort in Bali with known brand needs :

• Resort Operations Manager - 2 years exp in similar position min D III, Mgnt Oriented • Corporate Sales Manager - 2 years exp in similar position, Min D III, Mgnt Oriented • Corporate Reservation Manager - 2 years exp. in similar position, Min D II • Corporate Reservation Supv. - 2 years exp. in similar position, Min DII • Corporate HR Admin - 1 year exp. in similar position, Min D I, HR Oriented • Corporate IT Technician - 1 year similar position, Min D II

Please send CV to NC/Es/1 June 11

Bamboo blonde. Staff needed

1. Graphic Designer : D3 or above, 2 yrs exp min, speak English is a must. 2. Data entry : D3 or above, 2 yrs experience with MYOB, Speak English 3. Handyman : STM, AC and DC, Air conditioner. 4. Bag, shoes, accessory production & merchandiser, min 2 years exp 5. Window dresser or instal visual merchandiser, min 2 years exp 6. Operational Manager min 2 years exp. Candidate (1,2,4,5,6) must have experience in fashion industry prefered. Send CV to NC/Es/1 June 11

BOOKEEPER Required for Seminyak Bar/Restaurant Must have min 3 years experience in all aspects of account-keeping using MYOB Preferably in hospitality but not essential Excellent English skills Please send your CV to with references NC/Es/4 May 11

An International trading Company is looking for a

production manager Based in Bandar Lampung (Sumatra) for its coffee production factory/export facility. Professional qualification • Bachelor’s degree Job responsibilities • Daily procurement activities of raw material with local suppliers • General management of local workforce > 40 FTE • Daily reporting to overseas • Ensure total quality management • Oversee budgets and payments • Develop and prioritize tactical plans to assure achievement of factory operational goals. Other qualifications and competencies • Good communication skills in English and Indonesian (Bahasa) • Knowledge of Microsoft office (excel) • Affinity with logistics and finance. • Positive leadership ability with a can do attitude. • Must be a detail oriented multitasking problem solver If you are interested or you would like further information about this opportunity, please send in your updated CV to: NC/Es/1 June 11

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01 June - 15 June, 2011


Wood Working / Carpentery: All furniture, Windows, doors / Gates, Pool deck, Flooring, Railing, etc. Upholstery, Finishing wood & Houses. <woodworking.bali@yahoo.> / Phone 0819 9985 7305. [030]

Freelance/ partime/ fulltime Hair Stylist, Make up artist, Bridal Hair do & Make up, Beautician. Can speak English, Cantonese. Email: <>. 0819 3615 0377. [703]

English teaching. +62 821 1069 3087. [694]

Urgent. Expat, 20 years exp in stock control, warehouse, inventory systems. 5 years office, hospitality, reception, promotions, bar, experience. Lived & worked in Bali 2 years. Rebecca 0821 4554 1896. [625]

Looking for part time / freelance job. Administration, computer skills, English speaking. +62 821 1069 3087. [693]

Australian Expat trained in children services looking for nannying preschool or English teaching job. Jasmine 0821 4483 1954. [706]

Looking for job as driver villa or hotel. Call 0815 5832 1335. [775]


BAWA needs you! Graphic Designer / Product Designer

Driver. I no longer need my driver but recommend him to you. Sanur area. Vlad 081 138 7122. Sanur. [711] Gardener. Would anyone like to share my good gardener? Sanur area. 081 138 7122. [712] Nanny. English speaking. 0813 5306 0358. [714] Looking for job as baby sitter, cleaning service. Area Canggu, Kerobokan. 0819 9991 2127. [720]

Do you love animals? Do you have creative and innovative design skills that you are willing to passionately put to work to improve the lives of animals in Bali? Are you willing to be part of a dynamic team that is committed to making changes in the ways animals are treated in this country? If you can answer yes to these questions, please apply for one of our three positions:

1. Graphic Designer 2. Product Designer 3. Fundraiser We need you! General Requirements: • Good communication skill is a must • Creative & innovative • Care about animals For Graphic Designer • Ability to create press kits, catalogs, postcards, banners, flyers, and marketing collaterals, etc. • Min. 3 years experience in all aspect of design & layout • Experience in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign For Product Designer • Ability to design, create and help source products, such as T-shirt, Jewelry, hats, bags, all products with BAWA theme • Min. 3 years experience in all aspect of design & layout • Experience in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign • Prior experience is necessary • Expats may also apply For Fundraiser • Previous experience in International Government / animal welfare • Skills in writing, fundraising, communications, reports, public relation, media liaison • Only experienced fundraiser for NGO should apply Great benefits and salary in our action packed, fast paced, fun Ubud office. Must tolerate dogs in the working environment. If you fulfill the above criteria, please send your application to: NC/Es/1 June 11

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For Sale; Nokia N97 mini (black). second hand, perfect condition, brand new! Comes in box with all external / internal devices. Call 0878 6211 6503. Seminyak. [175] For Sale; HTC Touch P3452 (Elfin) Windows Mobile 6.1; office mobile; still very good condition Rp.800,000. Contact 081 2387 8985. Denpasar. [176] For Sale; Kids playground equipment, floor mat 5m2, plastic pool with hundreds of plastic balls, durable colorful fences 2m2. All for only 2 mill. Call 081 2386 6658. Seminyak. [177] For Sale; Generator Kohler 30 Ryg, KVA 26â&#x20AC;&#x2122;3. Only 25 hours used. LPG & natural gas fuel. Direct from owner. Lino: 081 7471 9759. Seminyak. [178] For Sale; Underwater video housing set. Light & Motion Bluefin SR12/SR11 L-10, Travel Package with Sunray 1000 LED Lights. Very slightly used. Package includes a Bluefin housing, two battery pods, a MultiChem fast charger, two light heads, two batteries, o-ring kits, and a custom travel Pelican 1520 case with custom die-cut foam. Free float tube included. Price: USD3.995. Optional video camera Sony SR12 HD 120GB (incl. long life battery): USD795. Retail on this system was USD6.400 camera not included. Please call or SMS: 0812 3640 2990. [179]

For Sale; Balinese gong (genuine antique), ideal for display in villa or hotel. Just 3.5 jt. Call Von on (0361) 464 201 / 0819 9919 1104, no SMS please. E-mail <> for photos. Denpasar. [208] For Sale; Teak cabinet (H240cm, W63cm, L270cm) with glass doors for books, displays and A/V system (H240cm, W63cm, L270cm) in excellent condition, and teak wardrobe (H223cm, W73cm, L285cm) with 6 doors and internal/external drawers in good condition. 5.5 mill each or both for 10 mill. Call Evi on (0361) 464 201 / 0819 9919 1106, no SMS please. Denpasar. [209] For Sale; Spring bed kig (2x2,2m) 1,3 mill, tennis racket (Wilson Hyper carbon) 700.000, electric guitar Washburn 120-red-Rocker series 800.000. HP Sony Erricson K3101, type AAB 350.000. Radio tape Sanyo 150.000. 3 jewellry cupboards of glass 950.000 each. Phone 0361 917 2505 or 0815 5892 2250. Renon. [210]

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For Sale; Sony PS2, almost new, full set, box, 2 controllers, memory card, 30 games. Price Rp. 900.000. Contact 0858 5713 0229. Kuta. [180] For Sale; Air/con 2pk x 2, teak stools x 15 78 cm, teak stool x 2 68 cm, Rinnai gas stove/bottle, canopy blue col x 3, shell light fitt x3, insect trap x1, digital scale x1, fish aquarium tanks x2, potted plants, bamboo boxes (display), plastic baskets, allum catering trays, asstd kitchen ware, induction cooker x2 plates. 9a Jl. Petitenget , Kerobokan. opp Mini Mart Ph. 0878 6211 3976. [207]

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Moving Sale; Antique round teak table 1 metre diameter Rp. 1.5 jt, selection of tek bunches small from Rp. 200.000 some very thick teak benches, paintings, books, gas burner, cushion covers, towels, sheets, bedspreads, 4 large ceramic blue pots with top, selection of bowls etc. Many items including 4 large water containers, all going cheap. 081 2396 6648 / 081 2394 5604. [220]

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For Sale; Direct from German Owner: 1 River water equipment with 5000 ltr/hour and well water equipment with 5000 ltr/ hour. Both in very good condition. E-mail: <trixy.>. [221]

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For Sale; Wet suit. Size medium. Short sleeves with short pants. 0819 3629 1908. Kuta. [138] For Sale; Two digital scale, pocket size Tangent KP103, 120 grm, 800rb, almost new and Tanita 1479, 100grm, 500rb. Contact 081 139 8474. Jl. Marlboro. [219]

For Sale; Loader camera Olympus 1050. 200.000rp. 0819 3300 1547. Sanur. [145] For Sale; Steel doors concertina sliding doors as seen on shops, toko, banks, etc. Great security Good condition. Cost 14jt sell 6jt. Will fit most size opening. 0818 0576 6160. Sanur. [043]




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by Ibu Kat


Ubud has always attracted a different kind of foreigner than Kuta or Seminyak. Until recently we tended to be the original hippies, the greenies, the tree-huggers, the Wiccans. Now that we are in the full flower of our maturity (middle-aged), our eccentricities are perhaps growing more pronounced. We don’t really notice it when we’re pottering in our gardens or comparing our cholesterol readings over a companionable arak. We actually feel quite conservative when we observe the tattoos and dreadlocks of the newcomers. We assure ourselves that several decades in the tropics have had no impact on us.

one call many decades ago in what was then a quiet suburb of Kuala Lumpur. When I built my house in Ubud, I considered it very lucky that a Tokay moved in the same day I did. The nocturnal creatures are very territorial and mature males chase smaller and weaker guys out of their patch and away from their harems. A few years ago there was a protracted Tokay war in my house, when all the adult males were fighting for dominance. Battered warriors would appear under furniture and in corners with big chunks bitten out of them and sometimes a leg missing. This went on for a few weeks until the biggest, meanest Tokay of all had made his point.

But my research also revealed a more ominous trade. Tokays are a popular ingredient of the traditional medicine industry, used to treat various ailments including coughs, kidney stones, skin conditions and sexual dysfunction. In Malaysia, some people actually believe that the reptile’s tongue can cure AIDS and that its blood and bile suppresses tumors in cancer patients. Augustine Tuuga, the deputy director of Sabah Wildlife Department, denied in a news report that there is any scientific evidence to verify these claims. But predictably, the rumour has created a steep demand for these attractive reptiles.

You know you’ve been in Bali too long when you catch yourself talking to reptiles on your bedroom wall in their own language

Our house guests disagree. They particularly find our casual acceptance of bats, toads and other harmless wild life in the house to be incomprehensible. They have no reptiles on their bedrooms walls at home in London or Toronto. There are no loud, mysterious thumps and skittering footsteps in their ceilings at night. Their dogs never sit staring at the roof with alarm. Some are broadminded about this proximity to other species, others try to be and the rest go and stay in an air-conditioned hotel room. Jenny’s daughter is visiting from England. She grew up in Singapore and is a good sport about these things. But once she noticed a very large Tokay was living in her bedroom, she took to sleeping with her mother at night. I’ve had houseguests sit up all night with the lights on because they thought they saw a rat. (They probably did). I find Canadian bedrooms to be a bit lonely and sterile after 20 years in livelier climes. No creature, even a tiny spider, is suffered to live on those cold white walls. (Of course, in Canada one never brings up the subject of lizards, some of them highly vocal, lurking behind the pictures.) So when I returned to Bali recently after five weeks in Vancouver, I was happy to be welcomed by Ted the Tokay. Ted is an outstanding specimen who has been living behind a hanging on my bedroom wall for about five years. He’s exceptionally large and handsome and has been known to utter his call up to 15 times without drawing breath, which other Tokay aficionadas will have to admit is a bit of a record. On the night of my return he poked his head out from behind the hanging to watch me unpack. He must have been quite glad to see me in his reptilian way, because after a while he began to serenade me. “Toe-kaaayyy” he crooned. “Toe-kaaayyy,” I responded, trying to match his throaty tone. We went back and forth like this, call and answer, for a few exchanges until I realized what I was doing. You know you’ve been in Bali too long when you catch yourself talking to reptiles on your bedroom wall in their own language. I’ve always had a fondness for Tokays, ever since I first heard

I’m happy to have Tokays in the house. They eat insects, centipedes, scorpions, cockroaches and baby rats. They are entertaining to watch and guaranteed to elicit excited squeaks from first-time visitors to the tropics. Tokay romance is a rough business, with the male immobilizing the object of his affections by biting her hard while he has his way with her. A month or two later she lays a couple of marble-sized eggs; I sometimes find these adhering to the inside of the mailbox or under the dining table. She will lay several clutches a year and the eggs take three or four months to hatch. When these eggs are laid on packing crates, baby Tokays sometimes find themselves growing up in foreign lands. Perhaps because of their call, Tokays are regarded as harbingers of luck. Some Southeast Asians count the calls and use the results to choose winning lottery ticket numbers, foretell the gender of an expected baby or make important decisions; an even number of calls means yes, an odd number indicates no. Personally, I think the Tokay just runs out of breath. Their calls are used for communication, finding members of the opposite sex during the breeding season, and as a means of defense -- they emit a hissing or croaking noise when under threat. You may have noticed that Tokays always relieve themselves in exactly the same place, year after year. If this happens to be on your coffee table you had better move the table, because they are very set in their ways and since they live about eight years in the wild it’s going to be an ongoing issue.

40 centimetre long reptile attached to your hand makes it inconvenient to check your email In researching this creature, I came across a number of websites offering Tokays for sale as pets, with advice on how to keep them healthy and happy and breeding in more temperate climates. As a pet, the Tokay is considered the pit bull of the Gecko world due to the fact that it bites hard, often refusing to let go for a few minutes or even an hour. This is said to be pretty painful, and having a 40 centimetre long reptile attached to your hand makes it inconvenient to check your email. They are difficult to remove without harming them, and the preferred method is to place a drop of vinegar on its nose. (File this helpful advice for future encounters.) Due to its snappish temperament, Tokays are not recommended as pets for children. However, like most other creatures, the Tokay is shy and will never bite unless threatened.

Catching and trading Tokays has become a lucrative side business for villagers in the northern West Malaysian states and in East Malaysia, who have seen the Tokay business grow into a cottage industry. News reports revealed that overseas buyers are willing to pay huge amounts of money for each reptile -- prices of thousands of dollars for specimens weighing more than 300 grams can be found on the internet. Malaysian newspaper The Star and Thai TV stated that Malaysian gecko hunters were active in Southern Thailand where they approached locals with the hope of purchasing Tokays. As buyers are only interested in Tokays weighing 300 grams or more, villagers are catching and keeping the reptiles in cages and feeding them chicken livers to fatten them up. I’m keeping all this from Ted, of course… Chiko, the chatty Eclectus parrot, continues to expand his repertoire. He skillfully mimics my voice calling Wayan and Hamish, and convincingly barks like a dog and croaks like a toad. Recently he has begun to produce Ted’s distinctive call. Soon I won’t be the only one in the house who is talking to Tokays.

A collection of Ibu Kat’s stories, previously published as ‘Dragons in the Bath’, is now in its third printing under the title ‘Bali Daze -- Freefall off the Tourist Trail’. Available from Ganesha Books in Ubud and Seminyak or directly from Kat at bali_cat

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SCHEDULE THAT Fool’s Gold Asian Sensation Tour (8 June) Potato Head Beach Club are hosting the Fool’s Gold Far East tour. Fool’s Gold are famous for their biggest release ‘Barbra Streisand’. Formed in 2007, Fool’s Gold are a Los Angeles band weaving together Western pop with African rhythms and melodies. Along with the ride too are A-Trak and Congorock. Each night the crew will perform in one of Asia’s capital cities playing in Jakarta on 3 June and after Bali, destination China. Call now to reserve your tickets as this will definitely be another sell out gig. When : 10 pm Where : Potato Head Beach Club, Jl Petitengit, Seminyak Contact : RSVP 737979 More info 815 10457641

Hard Rock’s Global 40th Anniversary Celebrations Happy birthday Hard Rock! 40 years!!!! What a 40 years it has been with the world’s most famous cafe. They want to share their anniversary with you. Throughout the world Hard Rock Cafes are hosting events, concerts and promotions for rockers of all ages. 40 days of celebration from 18 May to June 26. In Bali you can enjoy a complimentary single scoop of Haagen-Dazs ice cream with every purchased steak meal. If your birthday falls within 40 days of this event you’ll get a free tequila shot. Live entertainment is provided by super band Siluet who will rock the house down 6 nights a week. If you haven’t seen Siluet perform before they are great entertainment value and definitely worth going to see and of course it’s always a fun evening down at the Hard Rock! When Cost Where Contact

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9pm – 1 am (live band) Monday to Saturday free entry Hard Rock Cafe, Jl Pantai, Kuta 755661

Beach Clean-up (14 June) As part of the founder’s day celebrations – the day the first Hard Rock was born, Hard Rock Cafe, Hotel and Radio will host beach clean-up activities inviting fifty people from the Sanitary Department for a free hotdog bash. This is Hard Rock’s way of giving back to the community and another stark reminder of the responsibility of all of us to address Bali’s litter problem. However, it is going to be done as a fun activity with a special concert which of course everyone can enjoy. When : 4pm Where : Kuta Beach Contact : Tengara Swaratama – 755661

IALF Open Day (12 June) IALF (International Australian Language Foundation) is Bali’s premier language insitution with an enviable reputation. IALF have scheduled an open day to showcase their new Garden Wing with the theme, IALF Goes Green. The day will be filled with activities relating to the environment including vocab trivia, amateur green photography competition, recycled fashion/design show, recycled handicrafts and design a ‘green’ T-shirt competition. There will be a great line up of entertainment too with live music and dance, food stalls and an environmental bazaar with representatives from Eco Bali, LIPI Botanical Garden and more. Oz radio will also support the day with more entertainment and competitions. However, let’s not forget that this is a great opportunity to tour the campus and have a go at learning English or Indonesian in the computer and language labs. You can also try a placement test to see what your current language ability is. For second language learners there is a chance to take an ILETS simulation test free of charge. If you are interested in developing your Indonesian language or English further, this is definitely the place to learn.

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9 am – 5 pm free IALF Campus, Jalan Raya Sesetan 190, Denpasar 225243

Jazz in the Early Years (4 June) For jazz fans this evening will transport you back into the bygone days of the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s with a selection of 4 jazz groups including Jeko Trio, Tito and Friends, Yuri Band and Joy Trio. It is a super place to hang out, enjoy the music and soak up the ambience for what is sure to be a great evening of non-stop music and entertainment with only a small cover charge. When Cost Where Contact

: 7 pm – 11 pm : IDR25,000 : Serambi Arts Antida, Jl Warbang No. 32, Denpasar : 285196

Monthly Jazz @ Vincent’s (6 June) In the quiet seaside village of Candidasa, the monthly jazz session has become a popular monthly event. After a great start last January every first Thursday of the month there is Live Jazz in this small setting where you can enjoy a drink or two and dinner. Come along and enjoy the music with Ito Khurdi on the bass and vocal, Yuri Mahatam, guitar and vocals and Pramano Abdi on the saxaphone. It’s a super place to hang out and enjoy the ambience. Vincent’s Restaurant also offers great food (meat, fish and vegetarian), nice wines and a wild range of cocktails. When : 6.00 – 9.00 PM Where : Vincent’s Restaurant, Jln Raya Candidasa, Tel 0361 - 41368 Contact : 41368

Photography Exhibition - 3V Kerobokan (28 May – 30 June) 3V Kerobokan is currently hosting an exhibition of photography by the renowned Nikola Kostic, a 38 year old Servian who has developed an international reputation for his photography, computer created graphics, and continues to seek new levels of creativity. He’s been living in Bali for the past 13 years. Photograph X exhibition focuses on images of Balinese lifestyle, landscape and children – subject matters that he finds very meaningful – and in many ways appealing to the spiritual side of him. I am always amazed and so appreciative of the outstanding talents of artists that add to the diversity of Bali that makes this island so unique. Take time out to schedule a visit. When : daily Where : 3V Kerobokan, Jl Mertasari No 31, Kerobokan Contact : 8476028

Sekolah Dyatmika’s Art and Design Exhibition (5 – 18 June) You are invited to join in the second annual celebration of the best of Sekolah Dyatmika’s artistic talent from the Primary, Secondary and Cambridge Programmes. The Primary and lower Secondary art programme is focused on introducing students to a variety of materials and processes: drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, 3D construction and experiment with each project. The Cambridge IGCSE and A level Art and Design programme offers students the opportunity to become familiar with traditional media and graphics. Students also explore the work of other artists both historic and contemporary. The exhibition will showcase the talents and abilities of the artists at this National Plus School of excellence where students have received the ‘Cambridge Outstanding Achievement Award’ in Art and Design. The students and teachers have worked incredibly hard to prepare for the exhibition and it is definitely

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worth a visit. Good luck to all the students! When : daily Where : Komaneka Gallery, Ubud Contact : 461874,

SLK’s Night Out (16 June) The Student Representative Council (SRC) of SLK have organized an end of term bash. The theme is Hollywood and students will have the chance to dress up and walk down the red carpet to an evening of fun filled entertainment. There will be a live band, disco and snacks held in the grounds of SLK. The event is open to students age 11 to 15 and students from all schools are welcome! The dress code is formal – black and white. Tickets are available at the door. This is one event that is organized by kids for kids. “I think this party will be the best one this year. They are going to love it,” says Jordan, Head of the SRC. It is great to see a community event aimed at older children and teenagers and we wish them all a fantastic evening! When : 7pm Where : Sekolah Lentera Kasih (SLK), Jl Gunung Salak, No 88, Kerobokan Cost : IDR35,000 Contact : 9002968, 9002967

The Wailers (15 June) As part of the 40th anniversary “40 days that rock” celebrations a slice of Jamaica comes to Bali. Raggae legends The Wailers descend on Bali for a one night special performance with favourite songs including ‘Get up Stand up’ and ‘I Shot the Sheriff.’ This is part of their tour that encompasses Singapore on 11 June and Pattaya 17 June and Penang 18 June. The Wailers together with Bob Marley have sold more than 250 million albums world wide while touring the globe playing to an estimated 24 million people often performing with international acts including Stevie Wonder. It is no wonder then that The Wailers are the most successful raggae band and are the official Hard Rock ‘Ambassadors for 2011’. What a great opportunity to experience the music. Call quickly though to purchase your ticket as pre-sale tickets are limited. Where : Hard Rock Cafe Bali, Jl Pantai, Kuta Cost : Limited pre-sale IDR200,000 and on the spot IDR250,000 Contact : Ten Swaratama 755661.

Yoga Session with Organic Wellness Breakfast (Sundays) With the stress and strains of modern life, more resorts and clubs are paying attention to exercise and healthy eating for guests and Karma resort is no exception. Inviting both locals and expats to come along and join in this is one day you can integrate exercise into your weekly routine. These in-house yoga sessions focus on movement and breathing creating a balance of strength, muscle tone, positive energy levels and an openess in body, mind and heart. Your reward is a healthy breakfast created by Executive Chef Seven Grade filled with nutritious health foods aimed at re-energizing the mind and body. The food is also 100% organically grown. I reckon it is a great way to start the day before heading down to the beach to enjoy the rest of the day. When Where Cost Contact

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CONTACT 081 2380 9083 OR 0813 3799 9666 NC/RE/M-1 Jun .11

Villa / house for rent. Rp. 100.000/day, 10 rooms. Hotel amenities, ricefield & ocean view, secure. Business opportunity. Jl. Pantai Berawa, near Canggu Club, Petitenget and Echo Beach. Call 0361 214 0390 / 0361 926 0592. [1142] Canggu, Berawa. One bedroom villa for rent/sale. Available 22nd May. (Minimum 3 months 22 jt). Furnished, A/C, indoor plunge pool. 50 meters to surf. Look: <www.>. 0818 0576 6160. Agents welcome. [2616]

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

RARE ANGON VILLAS, Kerobokan Call: 736 339 or 081 138 6450 C/Re/A-23 Feb 11

Land for sale 5,5 are Rp. 375.000.000/are. 100km from Berawa Beach. Villa surrounding. 0857 3811 4666. [2546]


For rent luxury beachside villa. 3 bedrooms, swimming pool, private gym, etc. Price Euro 3,500/month, min 6 months. 10 mins after Tanah Lot. Please call 081 855 5010. [2700] Villa for sale/rent daily/monthly, brand new, freehold, 3 BDR, all with ensuite, closed living/dining area, pool, maidroom, 475m2, modern kitchen, fully furnished, river/ paddy view, quiet location. Jl. Pantai Berawa, Gg. Bisma. 0812 3672 2812. [2609] C/Re/I-18 May 11

NUSA DUA 2 houses for rent, 2/4 bedroom (daily, weekly, longterm rental), furnished/unfurnished possible, quiet area - Land for rent/sale 5 - 30 are - All locations close to Geger Beach, 0361-777 092, 0361-877 1711 or e-mail <balifamily2000@>. [1345] Kampial villa 2 bedrooms 2 bath, living, dinner, kitchen, big terrace gazebo, full furnished, TVsat, A/C, hill seaview, quiet area, big garden, sw.pool, good for children. 8 juta/ months, included service & security. 081 7472 7296. [2594] Novotel service apartment Nusa Dua Bali for rent. This is a non smoking unit. Direct to owner. Number of room: 2, with balcony, 150m2. Facing: garden. Facilities: pool, gym, tennis, kids club, supermarket. Remarks: high floor. [2708] Villa for rent. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, big living room, big swimming pool, fully furnished, parking, Western kitchen. Price 105 million year, 65 million half year. Dina: +62 821 4548 3628, <>. [2718] For rent store 56mx13m at Bypass Mumbul Nusa Dua. Near from Goodway Hotel, sea view of Tanjung Benoa beach. Good location 500m from BTDC. Call 0821 4726 7809. [2780] New villa for rent 140sqm, land 6,5 are Tanjung Benoa area Hotel Grand Mirage 200m to the Beach, day/month/ week/year. 2 bedroom full furniture, air conditioning, pool, 0361 822 6130. [2792]

Villa for sale - 5mn from Echo Beach. Main house separated from guest house. Both fully furnished. 3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms. Large swimming pool, huge garden. Land 15 are. 0821 4585 5284. <>. [2521]

Call 081 23803191 / (0361) 7426520

Fully furnished by Vinoty. Located in Muding Regency Kerobokan Kaja. 3bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1 maidroom, livingroom, kitchenette, hot water, Wifi internet. TV-cable Indovision, swimming pool. etc. NC/Re/P-01 June 11


Freehold villa for sale, 3 bedrooms, 3 bath. Location Pererenan/Canggu. Land 5 ara, pool. Price 260.000 USD. Furnished. Call Ibu Mira 0813 3861 2640 or <mondotonio@>. [2357]

2 rooms house for rent near Echo Beach, Canggu. furnished, maximum contract lenght 1 year, minimun 1 month. Rp. 7 million/month or Rp. 70 million/year. Contact Daniel: 0819 1651 9817 or 0821 4571 2080. E-mail: <>. [2707]

House for sale, Rp. 600 juta, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Location Pererenan. Contact Ibu Mira 0813 3861 2640 or <>. [2356]

Small Villa for rent 2 bdr, pool, Wi-Fi, fully furnished, modern style, near canggu club, incl maid. Avail 1 to 14 July. 8 mill. Area Canggu permai. Hp: 0813 3828 7854. [2719]

House for sale Rp. 1 M. Land 6 are, location Babakan/ Canggu. Contact Wayan 0878 6005 8263. [2668]

2 freehold villas for sale, brand new, ricefield view, 17,500 watts, generator, Japanese grass, walk to beach, private, includes Canggu Club membership, French architect, 3-bed / $495,000, 4-bed / $595,000. No agents. 0859 3514 8525. [2723]

Nice Villa for Rent. Rice field view. 3 bedroom 3 bathroom, living, dining, kitchen full equip, garden, housemaid area, etc. Building 315 m2 /land 7.35 are. Fully furnished, big swimming pool. Canggu, Pererenan. 240 mill/year. Call Fira 081 895 7082. [2671] Villa for rent. building 125 m2 / land 2.55 are/. Antique French look, fully furnished, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom, living, dinning ,kitchen full equip, garden,Swimming pool, 2 min from Berawa Beach. 5 min to Canggu club.150 mill/year. Call Fira 081 895 7082 (direct owner). [2672] House for rent: 2 bedroom, quiet, 2 minutes to Berawa Beach and Canggu Club, furnished, cute local house, available now until April 14, 2012, total Rp. 28 mill. Call 0878 6000 2960. [2674] Berawa, beautiful traditional villa for sale. 3 bed / 2 bathroom, pool, large garden, 4 car garage, near beach, Canggu Club / school, can add another villa. 21 year lease, Rp. 2.4 B. 0812 3690 3596 / 0821 4585 4645, <mcelroy.>. [2682]

Beautifully finished 5bed-6bathrooms Villa for rent in Canggu. July1 for 1 or 2 years, garden8ara, 5x9 SwimmingPool, Full kitchen, HS-internet, views of sunset/ mountains/beach, 5 min to Canggu School, perfect for a family. Call for details 0813 3840 0226, <lvdkbali@gmail. com>. [2796] Bright and beautiful loft-like 2bed-3bath villa w/13mt pool, amazing sunset/ricepaddie view, large garden/huge living area, new kitchen, private access, walking distance to Deus/beach, 5min to Canggu School. Available 1-2years rental. 0813 3840 0226, <>. [2797] Canggu Echo beach. 3 bedroom Villa with guest house, large 10 are block wet edge swimming pool, minimum 2 year lease 170 million per year. Maximum lease available 9 years price nego. <>, 0891 673 9130. [2799]

For rent villa in Canggu area, ricefield views, unfurnished rental 1 year or longer. 3 bedrooms plus staff room & swimming pool, looking for peace and quiet this villa is perfect. 0361 780 9400. [2689] Brand new villas Canggu Berawa / long term lease 20 to 25 years. 6.8 ares, 4 bedrooms all with private on suites. State of the art kichens, fully equipped. Great villa rental and return or a fabulous family home. Agents welcome. 0361 780 9400 or 0361 361 3536. [2690] For rent close to Echo Beach from 22 June to 30th of Aug. Shared swimming pool house with 2 BRM, in & outdoor living area and big garden. Includes part time staff and internet.Weekly 350 and monthly 1200 Euro call 0812 3707 5418 or mail <>. [2691]

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A) Villa 2 bedrooms 75jt. B) Villa 3 bedrooms w/pool 135jt. C) Villa 4 bedrooms w/pool 210jt. All 200m from Berawa Beach, close to Canggu Club. 0818 0558 7558, <stoff.>. [2697] Land for quick sale!!! 13,2 are Padang Linjong (700mtr) from Echo Beach-Canggu and 3,17 are (+/-11x29m) near Villa Lalang Temu-Jimbaran (Rp. 145.000.000/are). All locations located in villa area. Contact Alex (0361) 336 9151. [2466]


Located in Siyut-Gianyar, Bali. 20 minutes from the centre of Sanur Situated on 2,000m2 freehold land surrounded by spectacular oceanviews, mountains and ricefields.10 fully furnished and decorated bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms. 4 swimming pools and security The villas are designed and built by one of Bali’s best architects Price : US$ 1,950,000 Phone: +62 (0361) 745 1074 • E-mail: • Web: NC/Re/G-4 May 11

Villa with magnificent ricefield-view & remarkable minimalist design, for sale. Price: Rp. 3, 2 Billion. For details, contact the owner 081 6472 7567, e-mail: < or see/get the brochure in>. [2704] Best Location rice terrace views to coast. 2 bedrooms and deck upstairs, open plan kitchen, lounge, dining, pool, downstairs. 2.25 ara 200 sqmeter floor space. Relocating price for quick sale Rp 1.7 bill 0821 4488 8733, <uwish.>. [2800]

Tel. +62 366 244 71 Mobile: +62 819 1623 6322 C/R/G-1 June 11

The first 5 Star Beach Front Apartment Complex in Jimbaran Bay Just What You Need !! A Flawless Escape in a Little Paradise in Paradise hese unique and brand new luxury apartments will be furnished to top high end standards and are fully equipped with everything you need for a relaxing holiday or a long term visit situated in a beachfront location at the most famous Bay on the island. Each apartment has a large terrace overlooking the Indian Ocean or the beautiful Traditional Village of Jimbaran.


a well appointed bathroom. King size beds offer you all the comforts of home.

All apartments comprise of a comfortable spacious and uniquely designed lounge and dining area, fully equipped kitchen and

There are various sizes of apartments available, please contact us for availability and details.

• Freehold or 99 Year Lease • Starting From US$ 255,000 • Up to 11 % ROI per year

The large open plan lounge is air conditioned for your comfort, there is a dining table and chairs providing formal eating for 4 to 6 people and private balconies offer all you need to enjoy the breeze and the sunsets in a full open air atmosphere.


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TABANAN - Nyanyi 39 are + 19.7 are (58.7 are). Situated on a nice elevated slope, bordered by river frontage, surrounded by trees and only 200m to the beach. Dependent upon Villa(s) style and design, a sea view is available to you from this land. Complete with all certificates and zoned for building. Perfect for a wide range of Developments.

10 are land with seaviews, pool and servants accommodation for 16 year leasehold with possible extension. Discounted price of Rp 850.000.000 due to owner moving overseas.

Available at 220 mill/are. Be quick!

English contact 0878 6039 1127 Indonesian contact 0813 3801 4268

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LEGIAN For rent (daily/weekly/monthly) - spacious, light-filled and well appointed 62sqm 1-bedroom apartment, located on the 3rd floor of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Residence Aâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; of the Jayakarta Hotel. Only $75USD per night. Visit <http://www.8degreesapartments. com> or e-mail <> for more information. [2603]

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For sale type 1BR Grand Kuta apartment, fully furnished, AC, HW, TV, pool, good location, 10 minutes from airport. Price 675 juta. Ph: 0878 6207 9597 & (0361) 968 886. E-mail: <>. [2663]

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BERINGIN PROPERTY Local Agent and Local Prices

Romantic/modern house, opposite Kumala Pantai Hotel, 5 min to beach, 2 bedrooms, large living area 400sqm garden, private entrance. From US$ 100/day. Call 0361766 329, Hp. 081 7973 7913, e-mail: <norma_duelfer@>. [2775] Penthouse apartment. No adjoining apartments, balcony 20mt+10mt. 2 bedroom, 181/2 year lease, boutique hotel, well established, suitable live or lease, excellent returns. Price $195.00 Aust. No agents please. Phone 0361 217 3088. [2787] New shop Padma Utara, great position, 2 yr min lease. Phone 0813 3870 0794. [2788] Fully furnished 1,2 BR apt + sofabed for rent daily, weekly, monthly, by Legian Beach, 4 stars resort facilities. 3BR villa in Nusa Dua w/ pool for daily, monthly or yearly rent. Please go to <> or call/SMS +62 81 759 1068 for apt, for villa +62 858 5747 7088. [2789] NC/Re/G-1 June 11

The only Property Agent based on the west coast of Bali

LAND FOR SALE KEDUNGGU - 56 Are, full ocean views. Ready to buil. Very cheap land. Freehold

IDR 75 mill/are

KEDUNGGU - 28 Are contract land. 150m from Kedunggu Surf Beach. Amazing sunset views and lifestyle. Leasehold

IDR 3 mill/are/year

KELATING - 104,70 Are, river and beach views, near to Alila Beach Resort. 4,25m access

IDR 100 mill/are

PANGKUNG TIBAH - 11 Are, 50m from a beautiful, untouched beach. Freehold and already IMB, super price

IDR 185 mill/are

PERERENAN - 18.5 Are, ready to build. Freehold

IDR 175 mill/are

YEH GANGGA - 65 Are, spectacular sloping oceanfront block. perfect for private villa or boutique resort. Freehold.

IDR 180 mill/are

MEDEWI BEACH - 83.5 Are of pure beachfront. Ready to build. Great investment

IDR 30 mill/are/nego

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80 m to beach house â&#x20AC;&#x153;echo beachâ&#x20AC;? 10 are, fully furnished, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, pool, kitchen, living room, car port, US $450,000.00

Hotel for sale/lease in Bali. E-mail: <hawai_79@yahoo. com>. No agent please! [2441]

New Homes. Exceptional 6 home community 5km north of Ubud. Secluded tranquil setting. Classic hand-crafted cottage style. Simple, elegant & green built. 2bd/2bth under $300k. <> / (0361) 9000 566. [1139]

Canggu Luxury Villa

Call : 081-805302008, Email : C/Re/U-9 Feb.11

GIANYAR Ruko for sale on 4 are land, 2 floors, 2 bedrooms, 4 toilets, AC, hot water, kitchen set. Contact 081 2394 8595. [1150]

LOMBOK Beach front land for sale 2 hectares, good view at Meang Beach - West Lombok. Contact 081 735 6935. [2714]


Land for sale 2.35 hectare and 1.14 hectare location Tegalalang Ubud, great view, water spring, road access 4.5m. Phone: 0852 3714 4456 Made Hayer. [1869] Land for sale 19.5 are Tegalalang. 25 min from Ubud. Ricefield, mountain and river view. Road 6 meter. Please contact (0361) 741 2333. [1553]

Lembongan Beach front land, freehold, 20 are or 79 are. Close to Mushroom Bay, zoned for tourism development. Enjoy an island with clean air and sea and no traffic jam. Call owner 081 2362 9117. [2670]

Exceptional land canyon view absolute privacy. The best of Bali: nature and beauty. Pupuan Tegallalang 30 minutes north Ubud. 1,5 Hectare and 1 Hectare. 20.000.000 Rps per are. 0813 3911 6941, <info@mentawaiadventure. com>. [2676]


Top - Location close to Begawan Giri Hotel and Sobek White Water Rafting, 7 are for sale by owner. Call Ayu 089 8317 6411. [1576]

House for rent 150m2, 3 rooms, full furnished, very nice rice field view. Phone, electric 4400w, only 45 million Rupiah per year nego. Also available 300m2 land private road for sell 700 million. <>. 081 139 2514 / 743 7033. [2781]

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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. [1143]

New villa for rent. 3 bedrooms/bathrooms, AC, hot water, large pool and little gazebo, kitchen, garden, ricefield view, at Puri Priskila, near Sunrise International School. Call: 0813 3868 0497. [2783] Spacious room in private villa. Quiet, secure, AC/Bath/TV/ DVD/Wi-fi/maid/kitchen privileges/lush gardens/shared pool. Breakfast & laundry included. Weekly/monthly/long term. 0812 3607 4711 / 0361 423 595 / <sohanabali@>. [2795] Villa in Umalas Kelecung. For sale, IDR 2 billion or lease (20 years) or rent IDR 150 million/year. Swimming pool, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, kitchen, studio, 3 storey building, 2 Ha. No broker. +6281 139 8474. [2527] Land 20 are for long term lease, quite strategic location, road access. Rp 3 million/are. Call 081 735 0877. [2713] Villa Deli, Beautiful unique 2bedroom / 2bathroom villa for rent in Umalas, quiet location, swimmingpool,aircondition, on 6are land, nice garden, ricefield view, Wi-Fi. Call Pablo: +62 812 3600 7315. <>. [2657] Umalas, rent/lease, massive 5 bedroom villa, 60 are, enormous swimming pool, tranquil setting, beautiful garden, great for home/villa retreat, structure existing for spa, Rp. 395 million/yearly, longer terms available. No agents. 0859 3514 8525. [2722]

NC/Re/I-04 May 11

KEROBOKAN Bumi Dalung Permai 17/18 R. Size 1,5 are building, furniture, garage, 2200 W, PAM, hot water bathroom, 5 bedroom, 1 lobby, 1 guest room, 1 storage, equipped kitchen. Contact 423 582. 7474 790. [1559] Villa for rent, next to Warung Gosip, Kerobokan Kelod. 2 bedroom, 1 maidroom, livingroom, AC, hotwater. Contact 0361 808 1456. [2308] 2bedroom private villa for rental monthly, yearly, 10 minutes to Seminyak, 5 minutes to Petitenget. Fully furniture, private pool, AC, international channel TV, hot water, security, h.keeper. Please contact +62 (85) 6371 9366, <>. [2664] Villa for rent: 2 weeks (June 6-21) 2 bed A/C, quiet, safe, garden, cleaner, 2 minutes to Jl. Oberoi, Seminyak, all inclusive Rp. 5 million. Call 0812 3704 5918. [2673] New house for sale: Kerobokan area - good location. Freehold. 100m2/60m2. 2 bedrooms, 1 ensuite bathroom with hot water both bedrooms, garage, living room, kitchen, garden. Price: Rp. 600 millions (cash or credit). More info: Call owner direct. 081 139 5100. [2675] House for rent, 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 15m pool, large outdoor area, lounge, dining, Western kitchen, garage. June to December, 50 million. Sonia 0812 3767 1173. [2677] Income property for sale. 3 villas on 5.6 are, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, AC, pool, parking, 4 listrik boxes, 3 phone lines. Jl. Umalas 1, IMB, 1 certificate, quiet area. Asking price 3.8 Billion IDR. For all contact 0813 3845 4519. [2168] House for rent on Jalan Muding Indang III/6, electricity 5000watt, bathtub, hot/cold water, bathroom, big space inside, pool, garden, type 96. Contact 0361 423 582 / 747 490. [2685] House for rent on Jalan Padang Griya Gg. IV / no. 3. Type 200 m + 2 storey). Electricity 5000 watt, bath tub, hot/cold water, bathroom, big space inside, pool, garden, land 6 are. Contact 0361 423 582 / 747 490. [2686] Restaurant for lease min 3 years, great value. Fully equipped chefs dream kitchen at Petitenget, two floors in front of the W Hotel. Call the owner direct 0361 780 9400 or 0361 361 3536. [2688] House for rent, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, living room, hot/cold water, semi furnished. Jl. Semer, Perum Baliku no. 6, Banjar Semer - Kerobokan. Please call 0812 3644 7299. [2693] Villa for rent Umalas, Kerobokan. 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, swimming pool, fully furnished. Available on June for 1 day, 1 week, 1 month. Call 0819 9947 9803. [2698] Modern house for rent, convenient location near Warung Gossip, 2 storey, 2 bedroom, 3 bathroom, laundry, small spa pool and garden, open plan living dining, fully furnished, modern kitchen, off street parking. 0818 0569 8133. [2478] House over contract 15 years time. 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, small garden, semi furnished. batu belig area. Please contact 0813 3852 5353 for further information. [2706] Nice, classic and beauty private pool with two bedroom villa for long term. Rent complete, free Wi-Fi. Location Uma Alas. Please contact 0878 6163 3169. [2711]

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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.

POCO BAR RESTAURANT OVERCONTRACT WALKIN WALKOUT The best bar in North of Bali, fully furnished including music equipment, new renovation, nothing to spend, established 12 years. Growing and expanding area, walk to beach, soon to have the airport. Overcontract 6 years Rp. 650.000.000.

Call: 081 139 2666 or 484999

For info call: 081 7478 6533

HOUSE FOR RENT bY owner Minimalist style, all renovated. 2 bedrooms, 1 servant room, livingroom, dining-room, laundry room, kitchen, small garden, garage. Fully furnished. Puri Gading Hills, Jl. Surabaya Blok D6/16, Jimbaran. Price Rp. 45 million/year. Private call: +62 858 5829 8298 +62 (361) 788 6868


ph. 0361 7855600 | 081805536233 Address I Address II Address III

: 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 C/VR/I-16 June 10

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SANUR 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom, office, laundry, 2 room maid quarters, fully furnished large family home with full size swimming pool on newly renovated 10 are on Jl Pengembak. Lovely home for large family or run your business from home. Plenty of space with beautiful gardens. 2 live in staff. 6 months rp120m or 12 months rp220m. Call Paul +614 1429 6196 or e-mail <>. [2589] Land for lease 53.2 are Jalan Pungutan, close to Bypass road, on beachside level wide frontage, term 27 years. Price Rp. 2,750,000/are. Call Ketut 0813 3732 5199 or Wayan 0812 3674 1115. [2601] For sale/rent two bedrooms villa with open style livingroom, private sw.pool, private bathtub with open shower, fully furnished in 415m2 of land, cable TV, internet, close to beach, shops, rest. HP: 081 2364 3351. [2607]

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KUTA Private room 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, AC, kitchen, hotwater, freezer, TV, fully furnished. Close to airport/beach 5 min. Nice room/safe. Call 0813 5767 8881. Rp. 3 mill / 4 mill/month, Rp. 200rb/day. [1532] House for sale. 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, garage, livingroom, kitchen, one gate system, very strategic location, close to everywhere in exclusive area. More info please call 0812 3618 4567. [2360] Warehouse for lease. 5.5 are land - Warehouse 4.4 are, IMB / telephone line / 2 air cons / 5 offices / staff area / 2 toilets. Central Kuta / ample parking / 80 juta year - 3 year contract. #7 Jl. Majapahit Legian. 0812 3764 8634 / 0821 4453 0274 / <>. [2687] 2

Stunning 500m showroom in prime location available for over contract rental. Includes existing downlit display cabinets, separate office space with LAN wiring for 12 computers, studio quality lighting, separate bathroom and kitchen. Please call 081 138 7817. [2699] Studio Apartment for rent. Excellent condition. 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, kitchen, AC, internet, fully furnished, housekeeping, security. 2 mins airport/beach. Daily monthly rates. E-mail <> for photos. Ph: 0812 3615 4700. [1515] Villa for rent. Excellent condition. Two bedroom, two bathroom, equipped kitchen. Open dining/livingroom. Fully furnished, AC, internet, private garden/pool. Daily, monthly rates. E-mail <> for photos. Ph: 0812 3615 4700. [1649]

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Villa for rent (June 22), central Sanur, quiet neighbourhood, 3BR/AC, 2 BA, plus maidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2 room/1 BA. Fully furnished: TVs, home theater, washer/dryer, pool table, swimming pool: <>. Ph: 081 2397 2084 or 286 330. [2598] Freehold. 1.5 are 2 bedroom 2 bathroom house partly furnished. Fully A/C. Hot water. Pool. Carport. Good access road close to bypass. Au$92,000. Ph 0813 3857 4436, <>. No agents. [2669] Exquisite and stylish 3 AC bedrooms villa entirely renovated. 2 bathrooms. AC study convertible to 4th bedroom. Fully furnished. Living/dining, kitchen, storeroom. Large veranda. Garden. Pool. Cable TV, Wi-Fi. Ph 081 138 6648. E-mail: <>. [2678] Sanur house for rent on the beach 3 bedrooms 1 bathroom hotwater 2 toilets, 3 AC, plungepool, open kitchen garage suit young couple, surfers, semi furn min 2 years no broker. Contact 0815 5834 8894, 0813 5318 8784. [2702] One bedroom villa in Sanur - available July 10 - large private garden - secure and quiet - 50 meter from beach includes electric and daily cleaning - 12.000.000Rp month. Contact <>. [2715] For sale/long term fully furnished town house in Sanur area, 3 + 1 bedrooms complete with plunge pool and garage. Contact 081 2398 5056. [2717] Sale beautiful Balinese villa 3 bedrooms en-suite bath, large private pool and tropical garden. Set on 800m2. Just 100m to beach, premium location, walking distance to rest & shops. Call: 0813 3721 0646. [2142]

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HOUSE FOR SALE bY owner Balinese style, 2 storey. Land 2.4 are, building 3.5 are. 5 bedrooms, 3 bathroom, livingroom, 1 study-room, big kitchen, 1 laundry room, 2 terrace, 2 car garage. Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai, 5mins from KFC Sanur, Jl. Gandapura III/2, Kertalangu-Denpasar.

IDR 1.5 Billion / negotiable Private Sale

Call 085858298298 / (0361) 7886868 NC/Re/P-01 June 11

TABANAN Villa for sale / rent. Quiet area in Tabanan. Call 081 2394 8595. [2057] 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 & waterfal views. All land is freehold and already prepared for building. Price starting Rp. 15 million/are. Also great for investment direct from owner. E: <>. Call: +62 (0) 81 855 5010. W: <>. [1382] For Sale; The last 3 units with already total finished resort of 27. Swimming pool, full seaview, 2+3 bedrooms. Price starting from Euro 99,900. Please call 081 855 5010 or website: <>. [2700] Beachfront land for sale: 109 are frontage of 36 metres over 100 coconut palms. Location Beraban between Tanah Lot and Soka, off the projected sunset road. Visit <www.>. [2694]


Rental 3 bedrooms villa, Western standard kitchen, phone line, maid room. Set on 370m2 land with pool and garden as kids playground, perfect house for family. Price: 115juta/ year. Call: 0813 3721 0646. [2143]

Rent rooms central Kuta, 200m to beach. Full furnished, hot water, TV, fridge, AC and share kitchen. 2,5-3 million/ month or long term. Contact Bhs: 0818 0566 4926, English 0878 6001 4308. [2712]

Beachfront land for sale freehold. A beautiful peace of land 25 are located north Sanur 15 min away from central. Price 185mil/are. Call 0813 3700 2573. [2144]

Bar for rent or overcontract busy running, full equipped, waiting 4u! 1 year rent, 60 mill, overcontract 2 years 9 months only 160 mill. You canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t loose invest. Be first! Please call 0857 9235 5297. [2721]

Villa for sale/rent by owner, close Sanur, two floors, 4 beds, 3 baths, office, maidroom, pool, garden, parking. Freehold, 5are, IMB, 2. 6M nego or 110 juta/year. 0813 3874 4018 or <>. [2798]

Kuta 3 bedrooms fully furnished exclusive houses for rent daily, monthly, yearly. Share swimmingpool & 24h security. for details - SMS/Ph: 0878 5325 0288, E: <funky5t3ll4@>. [2801]

For rent, house in Sanur, only minutes walk to beach at Cemara st. 2 bedrooms, kitchen, shower, complete condition; price: Rp.1juta/week or 3,5juta/month. Ph.0361256 993 / 0813 3878 1315, <>. [2802]

Facilities: 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms/waterheater, full AC, pool, kitchen, fireplace and large garden Jl. Kaliurang km 17,5 Pakem, behind Panti Nugroho Hospital, opposite Aulia House, Yogyakarta CP: Ms Indri at 0274 653 5865 / 0274 8048 788 E-mail: Website: C/Re/G-4 May 11

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Real Estate

Bali Advertiser

01 June - 15 June, 2011

Established Developer Le secret villa plot 140m2 350 mio 2 bedroom full furniture, 2,8 bill all free hold, fantastic view on top of hill Jimbaran 081339654230 Jacq 08123913309 Mangku C/Re/I-01 June 11


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CALL: 081 33 77 99 666 E-MAIL: NO AGENT & NO BROKER

JL. KUNTI NO. 6 SEMINYAK, KUTA, BALI TELP: 0361-733 963 081 7973 8341


C/Re/P-01 June 11

For lease in Sunset Road Brand new 8 are steel structure building on 10 are land with 2 are full asphalt parking on the front. 350sqm showroom on 2 storey with tempered glass facade, granite tiles and suspended ceilings with down lights, staff office, directors office, 600sqm warehouse with container loading dock and truck access, airtight back area with 2 more rooms. MEP rooms with genset, well + PDAM connection. Perfect working place at perfect location. Build by pros for pros. 5 years Rp. 350 million/year, 10 years Rp. 325 million/ year, longer lease available and negotiable. Completion early 2012.

Call 081337276666. NC/Re/I-01 June 11

SELL or RENT Your Bali Villa Fast! Cash ready buyers / Free worldwide IT marketing In partnership with worldwide property agents Book your free photo-shoot and instant property listing now Call Dimitris 082112213352 (English) Veronica 082147241803/0361 3651092 (Indonesian) Jasmine 081337252636/0361 794 8127 (English)


Dreamlands RealEstate Villa sale, Rentals, Management & Property Investments Jl Bypass Ngurah Rai, Pertokoan Segitiga Mas Tel: 0361 7948127 Fax: 0361 425265 NC/Re/P-01 June 11

MODERN 3-BEDROOM & 3-BATH HOME POOL & GARAGE FOR VERY LOW PRICE! This stylish home has 3-bedrooms each with their own bathroom. The living room has beautiful tile that continues to the outside terrace thru the large sliding glass doors. There is also a crystal blue pool with patio cover for shade, garage, air cond and hot water.

** SPECIAL SALE PRICE => 1.1 Billion Rupiah ** To view photos of this house or other homes for sale please go to: ** FOR INFO CALL: TIA KUSUMA 081-246-92984 ** NC/RE/M-1 Jun. 11

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Land / Villa / House for lease. No agent please! Please call/sms : 0819 9912 9255. E-mail: <venice_milan99@>. [2277]

Oberoi: Cozy AC rooms with ensuite bathrooms in quiet neighbourhood for rent. Strategically located within walking distance to the eat street of Oberoi. Overlooking beautiful tropical garden and pool. Include Wi-Fi, cable TV and daily housekeeping. Call 0813 3726 6683. [2412]

Prime land for lease starting from 700 sqm / 7 are, 30 years + 25 years extension, Jalan Drupadi II, in the heart of Seminyak, 6 meters private road access, 300 meters from the beach, close to all amenities. Price Rp. 12 mill/are/year. Contact: Putu 081 2380 6209 / < id>. [2019] New house for rent central Seminyak. 3 AC bedrooms, 1 AC living room, swimming pool, 4 ares land, Rp. 200.000.000/1 year. Without furniture, contract until February 2013 with extension same price 3 years. Call 0821 4551 9560, <>. [2650] Overcontract nice shop in very strategic place include furniture for 2,5 years. For details please contact direct owner 081 856 2064 or 081 7977 2720. [2662] Petitenget - direct access to beach and all facilities. 2 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Upstairs studio at 3rd bedroom, ocean view. Modern kitchen, new pool area. Fully furnished. Laundry. Garage. 4.5 are. Long term lease. 0812 3745 4444. [2679] Luxury villa in Seminyak, Canggu and Umalas, fully furnished, 2-7 bedrooms, excellent location, beautiful views, swimming pool, AC, modern kitchen, modern bath, maid service, Wi-Fi, daily, weekly, monthly. 0878 6006 6424, <>. [2681] House for rent in central of Seminyak, behind Bintang Supermarket. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, fully furnished, pool, nice garden, garage for 2 cars. Call 0813 3764 5353 or 0878 6247 9093. [2695] Seminyak-Villa. Motivated seller. Weekly, monthly, yearly lease. Charming, authentic, rustic, central, quiet oasis, Three huge bedroom villa on 600sqm of mature tropical land. Fully furnished open plan living/dining area flowing to 11m pool. 12 seater bale, Sacred temple, herb garden, sunset tower 0813 3842 2490. [2703] House for rent. One bedroom, furnished, open plan house with garden in centre Seminyak. 1 to 5 year contract available. 1 yr. 50 juta / 5 yr. 200 juta. 0878 6041 5741. [2705] Apartment for rent July 1. 2011 to July 1. 2012. Two rooms, livingroom, bedroom, AC, TV, kitchen, icebox, fully furnished. Close to beach and restaurants, car and bike parking. Pay in advance, Rp. 30,000,000. 0878 6120 3834. [2710]

Beautiful charming villa for (short term rental) in Seminyak. <>. [2777] Oberoi, great location walk to Ultimo restaurant. New beautifully furnished 3 A/C bedroom 3 bathroom, fully equipped kitchen, open living with pool + tropical garden, TV cable. 8 months or more. 081 2396 6648 / 081 2394 5604. [2778] Small villa seperately located from the main house has open plan living and dining room, adjoining the small kitchen. A downstairs bathroom is attached. Short or long term rental. Call Gary on 0819 3626 6264 or Georgia 081 2385 3337. [2779] For rent: luxury villa, Jl. Braban, 2 bedroom/2 bathroom, garden, pool, daily maid and breakfast. Standard 150$/ night, last minute promo $120$/night, $750/week, $2750/ month (longterm on request). +62 813 3896 6655. [2785] For rent large room with en-suite in 3 bedroom private villa. Oberoi area. Great view. Pool, kitchen, AC, living shared. All facilities included. Single preferred daily 250k Rp. 0819 9991 1840. [2786] Prime retail space. JL Pettitinget, Kerobokan/Seminyak. 300 sq meters, with Superb Natural light. Ideal for a new business to the area or any creative endeavour! Initial overcontract till Sep 2012 at 230mil rp per year with possibilities to renegotiate a further 2 years plus. For all enquiries or a chance to view. Please call Lisa 0819 9904 8597. [2790] Rental Seminyak. 500m from Bintang, house 180 m2, 2 AC, fully furnished. 2 bed, 2 AC,1 bathroom, internet, cable-TV, Kitchen equiped,laundry, garden. Price: 65.000.000 for one year. Possibility extension. Call 0819 9968 2101. <barphil@>. [2791] Nice-new-quiet villa for rent daily-weekly-monthly, Jln. Yudisthira (off Kunti2). Prvtpool, Wi-Fi, hotwater, AC, satTV, DVD, pickup-transfer, daily cleaning. Contact Widya; +62 813 4796 0305, e-mail; <>, website; <>. [2793]

Lease (25 years) 2 unit villas, 300m2 each, 3 bedrooms in Seminyak, pool, garden, furnished, new building, 2 storey. Contact 0813 3844 4444. [2716]

Opportunity! Overcontract shop/boutique in top location in Seminyak at Jl. Raya Seminyak! Next to Queen’sTandoor, Made’s Warung, Mannekepis! 2 floors, parking, frontyard. 7700 watt. Must overtake whole Interior. Email: <>. [2803]

Shop for rent, dimensions = 4x9 meters, includes rolling door, bathroom, parking. Electricity 6600W. Excellent location: Jalan Raya Seminyak near BMC money changer. 80 million per year, Nego. Contact/SMS (0361) 310 4838, e-mail: <>. [2720]

Great house for rent, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 120 mill, 2 years. Beautiful villa for rent, pool, central location, staffed, internet, 2 bedroom, 3 bedroom. Jalan Petitenget, 150 Euro daily, weekly, monthly, 175 mill yearly. <greghallca@>. +62 878 6008 3637. [2352]

Wow! Cheap cheap cheap! 5 are house on Oberoi near Soho and Sassa Rest. 3 bed 3 bath w/ pool. New construction but needs to be “westernized”. 5 year contract at Rp. 90 million per year w/ option for long term extension. TF +62 878 6198 8111. [2724]

For sale or 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 <>. [1607] RED









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Canggu Freehold - Superb Location Contemporary Balinese three bedroom riverside bungalow with pool Sit on 372sqm of land, within an estate of 6 villas, under construction The 2,000sqm site is bounded by a gorgeous river and amazing rice fields, promises a magical environment within a beautiful Balinese village setting • Just minutes away from the Canggu Club and the magnificent Berawa beach

• Stunning Countryside Views Freehold Villa • Brand new 4 bedroom villa sits upon 1600 m2 of gently sloping land which borders by a river and enjoy views of ‘green belt’ rolling rice fields • Spacious bedrooms, 1000 m2 garden, 18.5 meter swimming pool • An eclectic range of materials are just a few of the characteristics of the villa • 20 minutes from Seminyak and 3k from the famous Echo Beach

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For Sale USD 365,000 Patrick Clancy (62) 817 973 3031 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

For Sale USD 1,050,000 Patrick Clancy (62) 817 973 3031 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

For Sale IDR 3,700,000,000 Patrick Clancy (62) 817 973 3031 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

Great Leasehold Land in Petitenget 37 years leasehold with an option to extend for 10 more years. 1000 square meter plot of land in an excellent location for your Bali dream home Walking distance to the Living Room, Hu’u, La Lucciola and the new Potato Head Beach Club • This one will not last long on the market








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Absolute Beachfront Living in Echo Beach! 50 years leasehold tenure 1 & 2 bedroom apartment and penthouse units available Beautifully appointed bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, flat screen TVs, DVD player, completely furnished, with fully equipped kitchen • Part of Bali’s latest exclusive beachfront estate

• What a Great Find Beachfront Villa • Three bedroom villa sit on 1600 sqm of land, 600 sqm building size • Two story, three-bedroom, each with large king size bed, fully furnished, private pool, media room, western style kitchen • Good size of garden with secure entrance and car park that can fit up to 5 cars • Ideal for families or couples who wish to be close to the beach.

• Fantastic Return on Investment • Freehold investment one bedroom villa in the heart of Seminyak sit on 120 sqm of land • The design concept strikes a harmonious balance between the visual aesthetics of Balinese culture, contemporary architecture and natural elements. • Fully maintained, preserving the integrity of the resort and protecting your investment year on year. • Close to the beach, shopping and restaurants.

For Sale from USD 450,000 Eric Livesey (62) 812 3766 3111 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

For Sale USD 2,200,000 Eric Livesey (62) 812 3766 3111 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

For Sale from USD 278,250 Eric Livesey (62) 812 3766 3111 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358



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Perfect rental home for expatriate in heart of Ubud Sits on 400sqm of land and 300 sqm of built It has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms Complete with modern equipment and wooden furniture Located in central Ubud, only 5mins to restaurants or shops

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Serene & Natural ! Freehold and has 1,300sqm of land 500sqm of floor space Consist of 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms Surrounded by rice paddies and a small river at the back of the villa Only 10 mins drive from Central Ubud, about 45 mins from Ngurah Rai International Airport



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For Sale Freehold EUR 275,000 (Reduced price) For Yearly rental IDR 500,000,000 (Minimum for 2 years) Dewi (62) 85 7921 79769 Ubud office (62) 361 823 5369

For Yearly rental IDR 300,000,000 Dewi (62) 85 7921 79769 Ubud office (62) 361 823 5369



Stunning property and freehold title Sit on approx. 400sqm of land size and 155sqm of built size Located in central Sanur, only 5 minute walk to the beach 3 spacious e-suite bedrooms and huge workable modern kitchen Open plan dining and lounge area with decent pool

For Sale Freehold USD 450,000 (Reduced price) Mark Vroon (62) 81 3377 93030 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 28 76 42

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River front Land at Lodtunduh,Ubud This 2,671sqm freehold land is perfect for building a private villa Quiet surrounding area and sloping landscape Road access is available half asphalt and half white stone Let us assist you with building your dream home

For Sale Freehold IDR 1,869,700,000 Wayan Wirsana (62) 819 1645 0672 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 823 5369




Lod Tunduh,Ubud

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Freehold in Sanur, value for money Situated in a well known Sanur villa area, where a lot of foreigners choose to live It has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms Featuring a private pool with of 3.5 x 7.5 meters Located in JL.Kutat Lestari,about 5 mins drive to the beach

For Sale Freehold USD 250,000 (Reduced price) Mark Vroon (62) 81 3377 93030 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 28 76 42

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Excellent land plot with great value 1,150 sqm of freehold land The water supply is onsite well It has flat and sloping land Located in strategic location of central Ubud so hurry up to buy this great opportunity

For Sale Freehold IDR 2,300,000,000 Wayan Wirsana (62) 819 1645 0672 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 823 5369 C/Re/G-1June 11


Real Estate

Bali Advertiser

01 June - 15 June, 2011

Home / Villa For sale long term or short term lease

5 bedrooms / 3 master bedrooms, 2 double bedrooms with private ensuites. Two dining areas, large open Joglo, swimming pool, garden and car parking. Landsize 9 are or 900 sqm. Great villa rental or fabulous family home. Close to Echo Beach, Canggu, Batu Bolong Call Owner: 0361.3613536 or 0361.7809400 C/Re/I-09 Feb 11

Villas Clifftop next to Karma Kandara. Stunning 4br villa on 23 are. 3 levels with amazing ocean and white sand beach views. Private beach access. 2 pools, designer interiors. Huge entertainment areas. USD3 mill. VS088* Clifftop Uluwatu. 23 are above Soluban beach Breathtaking ocean views up and down the coast. 3 br plus guest accom. Wonderful gardens. USD3.9 mill. VS063* Jimbaran Urgent sale. Stylish 4 br residence within Gending Kedis boutique resort near 4 Seasons. 2 living rooms, gym, library, 2 pools, full. furn. Reduced from USD795K to USD 595K. VS027* Umalas. Rumah Siam. 8 br property on 20 are. Fully equipped for private or paying guests. Wonderful gardens and ricefield views. USD1.45mill VS004* The Bukit -Balangan. Tanah Bali gated community. Sunning famous architect-designed villa on 15 are. 3br 2 living rooms, lap pool. Panoramic views. Full security USD2 mill. VS064* Lovina. Near Damai Resort. Wonderful ocean and valley views from this 7br/8bth park-like residence on 48 are. 5 mins from central Lovina and beach. Ideal for business or private villa. US$675K VS058* Jl Oberoi. Live music bar/restaurant. Highly successful business. 13 year lease. 200m2. Fully equipped. Rp5.5M. SR003* Jl Petitenget . Streetfront. Stunning designed restaurant/bar on 10 are. Near Metis. Rp14.5M. Freehold LS124* Land Sanur Beachfront. 2 Hkt. Next to Hyatt. Land from beach to main road. Perfect for development. RP650 mill/are. LS 143* Berawa Beachfront. 49 are. 75m beachfront. Good shape. Good access. Rp800 mill/are Freehold LS146* Canggu beachfront. 2 Hk. Good access. Good shape. 75m beachfront. Frehold LS 142* Echo Beach. 73 are next to Sea Sentosa. Resort site. Rp495 mill/are. Freehold LS 059* Batu Belig 38.55 are. 2 street access. Perfect development site. 100m from beach. Rp 750 mill/are.freehold LS 105* Oberoi. Jl Sari Dewi. 29 are. Good shaped site. Can take 10 or 9 are plot. Rp750mill per are. Rental Jl Oberoi. Stylish 3 br/3bth villa in the middle of eat street. Min .3 months rental. US4000 per month. RS 019* *reference numbers for info from website:

Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 72 ,Tel/Fax: (0361) 735469 Website: | email: C/Re/I-01 June 11

BUKIT For sale 2.9 Ha. Hilltop. View Tundun Penyu street Balangan Bali. Rp. 175 jt/are (nego). Freehold land. Strategic location for your villa, business or other property investment. Contact 0819 3620 2170 / 0361 275 2587. [1148] Villa and land for sale on the main road next to STP Nusa Dua ready to build for villa as licence completed. Call 081 2394 8595. [1149]

VILLAS FOR SALE & RENT Location: Kuta, Seminyak, Oberoi, Canggu, Umalas, Kerobokan

LAND FOR SALE & RENT Seminyak: 10, 11, 20, 18 A; Oberoi: 2, 8, 10, 13, 20, 34 A Batubelig: 8, 10, 19 A; Canggu: 5, 8, 40, 50, 70 A Umalas/Kerobokan: 9, 11, 12, 13, 19, 21 A Marlboro: 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 22 A; Ungasan: 13 A Call : 081236333693, 08179725265, 081805571144 E-mail : C/Re/A-20 Apr 11

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DENPASAR House for rent. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, AC, 2-storey, 24 hours security, strategic location. Call (0361) 749 1359. [1855]

avanee residence DENPASAR


House located in Renon available for longterm rental. Land 319m2, building 280m2, 2 storey, 3 bdrm + 1 maidroom, 3 bthrm w/ separate bath tub and shower, H/C water, spacious kitchen and livingroom, wide verandah, 2 garden, carport, modern minimalist design. Central location, 10 min to Sanur, 15 min to Kuta, step to international school. Rp. 90.000.000 per year rental. Please contact Wila at 0857 9236 1231. [2375]

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fully furnished studio apartment for your short and long stay needsâ&#x20AC;?

ONLY Rp. 2 million / month

Perumahan Graha Kencana Jl. Imam Bonjol, Denpasar Bali - Indonesia Phone: +62 361 8888033, 081 999 696 334 C/Re/G-12 Jan. 11



House for rent in Denpasar, 1 living room, 2 bathroom, 2 bedroom with 1 bathroom inside, 1 big family room, big kitchen & garden. Rp. 18 mill/year (nego). Call 0813 3872 4288. [2600] 2 small villas under construction 5 min from Seminyak in Jl. Gunung Salak. Each with 2 AC bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, pool, carpark, quiet, semi furnished, 80jt/year. 0818 0558 7558, <>. [2696] New luxury minimalist 3 storeys house for sale, 9 m nice swimming pool , 4 bedrooms w/ensuites & interior design , library & large spacious lounge , 2living room & beautiful kitchen. A lovely scure house in Hayam Wuruk Residence, near Bali Bakery, serious buyer call 0812 3828 513. [2804]

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Seeking land. North Bali. 5-10 are. Must be beach front. 0812 3632 3722. [001]

Villa for sale. Goagong Jimbaran. 2 master, pool, land 300m2, direct owner, iron wood, alang2 roof, park, service room, 5500 VA. Price open 1.5 Billion. Contact us 0361 218 6000, 364 6635, 0818 0555 9366. [2667]

Looking to Rent Office Space. Dicari Sewa Kantor. Looking in the Sunset Road, Jl. Dewi Sri, Jl. Sunset Garden, Jl. Marlboro (Teuku Umar Barat), etc areas. 200-300sqm. Need special location: one or two ground floor offices and larger space on second and / or third floors. Or one larger building one floor. 200-300sqm. Either must have ample parking areas for staff and customers. For more information please call 755 392 and ask to speak with Pak Made. [002]


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

Freehold land for sale near Banyan Tree - Bukit Ungasan. Good location and stunning views. Call 081 2380 2626 (direct owner). Please speak in Bahasa. [1547]

Shop warung for lease Jl. Uluwatu II, Jimbaran. 6 year lease available, minimum 3 years. 160m2 shop 40m2 office. 2 store room, parking area on busy road. 081 7066 8582 / 0819 3484 1473. [2680] Dreamland Pecatu Indah resort, Uluwatu, exclusive area, good 2 stories house 3 bedroom x 3 bathroom. Aud $700 p/w, Aud $1800 p/m,6 months more negotiable. E-mail: <>. Contact: +62 81 681 5654, +614 0739 0116. [2683] Villa for rent Jimbaran Bukit on the hill, 4 bedrooms, 4 storeys, 900 square meters, great view to all island, huge swimming pool. 200$ daily, 1000$ weekly, 3500$ monthly. 0858 5713 0229 Vitaly. [2692] Villa for sale freehold (or rent), Jimbaran, 5 mins from Nusa Dua beaches, 15 mins from Kuta. 3 ensuite bedrooms, large pool and garden, garage and staff house Quiet neighbourhood. <>. [2701]

Long contract available for established restaurant & cafe, including fittings, internet, kitchen equipment & house at back. Great location, huge potential in a fast growing area. Contact: <> or 0878 6199 0681. [2665]

Cheap house 2 storey building in Jimbaran (200m2) for rent daily, weekly, monthly. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, fully furnished, LCD TV, refrigerator, water heater, kitchen set, beautiful garden, garage 2 cars, internet Wi-Fi. 081 139 6553 / 081 839 6553. <>. [2709]

Villa for rent, 5/6 bedrooms with garden, pool, outside bale. Open livingarea with kitchen, fully furnished and renovated. Ungasan, view to Jimbaran beach. IDR: 260jt. Call: 0812 3758 5371, 0812 3630 8745, e-mail: <djgarms@gmail. com>. [2666]

Furnished Bukit Villa: Sell US$525,000, rent US$16,000. Three bedrooms, three bath, maid quarters, fantastic view from extra third floor room and balcony. Light maintance, pool, parking, satellite TV. 0821 4617 4268, <>. [2782]

For sale/rent. 2 bedroom fully furnished new house on 2 are with pool and great views of southern ocean and Karma Kendara. Sell US$ 130,000. Rent Rp. 120 million per year. Phone 081 7977 1453 / 081 7479 6441. [1907]

House for rent Jimbaran area, quiet place, 5 bedroom, 3 toilet, living room, carport for 2 car, garden, semi furnished. Backside of GWK. 55 mill/year. Call 0813 3730 3085. [2784]

For sale/rent - Hotel at Dreamland. 7 bedrooms, pool & BBQ area. Close to beach and golf course. Great views. Sell US$ 555,000, rent Rp. 300 million per year. Phone 081 7977 1453 / 081 7479 6441. [2684]

Beach Villa Jimbaran Bay metres from the beach. 3 bedroom en-suite, sea view, fully serviced and furnished, air-con, wi-fi, hot-cold water, satellite etc. Between FourSeasons and Intercontinental. Weekly, monthly, yearly. Call 089 9315 2814. See prices, pictures & videos <www.>. [2641]

Land in Bukit for sale. 10 are, ocean view, allotment residential, 8 meter access, water & electricity near by, total price Rp. 950.000.000. Please contact 0361 895 3015 / 081 2366 6541 or e-mail: <>. [2518]

For sale/rent at Sari Jimbaran, 2 storey, 4BR, 1maidR, 3BathRoom withbathtub& WH, 1shower bthrm, pool, gym area, modern kitchen, small front & back & side garden, laundry room, quiet environment, 10min to GWK& Dreamland, 10min to airport. Contact: 081 2389 8723 or <> direct owner. [2794]

Deal of the season: for rent, fully furnished luxurious minimalist 6 bedroom villa with large pool, equipped kitchen, maid, security and daily breakfast. Monthly, weekly and daily. Please call Komang 0812 386 7115. [2776] C/Re/P-18 May 11

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LCGU500 Madewi

5.5 Ha

This stunning section of absolute beach front land should be worth some serious consideration due to the very attractive price per are. Secure now and receive excellent profits in the years ahead. The land has a perfect elevation to develop along with the ability to subdivide into smaller plots. Call now and do not miss out on this opportunity. Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 30,000,000/Are

Contact : Siska + 62 81 55 759 228

LCAD010 Candidasa

37 Are

Location! Location! Location! 37 Are Hak Milik Land. Overlooking Amankila Hotel. New opportunity for great investment. Aspect to build all completed. Will split the block of land into 3 if so required. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss will not be on the market long.

Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 65,000,000 / Are

Contact : Siska + 62 81 55 749 228

LGIA502 Ketewel

36,70 Are

Freehold land 36,70 Are (60m from the beach). This plot is perfect for private home and small development located at Saba beach Ketewel.

Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 90,000,000/Are

Contact : Annie + 62 81 339 455 009


15 Are

1500sqm of freehold land in Puri Gading. Close to International School in a pleasant neighborhood. Only a ten minute drive to Balangan Beach.

Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 1,425,000,000

SLBK004 Setangi Hill

Contact : Ni luh Murdani + 62 87 862 042 851




Situated 80m above sea level, this villa (total build 288sqm) is on the uppermost slopes of Setangi Hill Villas development & commands panoramic views. 700 sqm of prime hill land with generous living spaces, huge 42sqm infinity pool, elevated sundeck & extensive entertaining areas offer gracious living for discerning investors seeking a unique home & lifestyle. Title : HGB Price : IDR 4,399,000,000

Contact : Annie + 62 81 339 455 009

SSEM385 Seminyak



LBUK411 Bukit


Located in the most highly sought after area of Seminyak a very rare opportunity is now available to invest into a stylish and private villa in one of the most established villa estates here in Bali. Location, location, location and a very well established money making machine. Call now to arrange an inspection for this hot property. Title : Leasehold Price : USD 385,000

Contact : Ray White Nusa Dua + 62 81 5570 1729

SKER570 Kerobokan



Located in Banjar Semer, close to many attractions including Canggu and Echo beach, the property can be easily accessed from the main road through to this quiet villa complex, isolated from daily stress to enjoy peace and serenity with meadow views.

Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 5,000,000,000

Contact : Ray White Nusa Dua + 62 81 236 001 058


This 50 Are land is located close to Banyan Tree. The access road is 6 meter wide and the land is perfectly fit for the building of a luxury villa with other villas also in the vicinity.

Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 7,500,000,000

SBUK199 Bingin


50 Are

Contact : Yuliana + 62 82 147 237 800




Unique opportunity. 1 master and 3 subsidiary villas set on 28.6 Are of manicured English garden, free shaped swimming pool 11m x 4.5m. Situated at the top of 45m cliff giving 180 degrees view on the ocean and one of the best surfing spots in Bali with its own private access to the beach. Contact : Ray White Seminyak

Title : Leasehold - 20 years + 62 87 860 064 852 Price : AUD 930,000

* prices and availability subject to change without prior notification.

Tel : +62 (361) 737 357 | 773 540 | 701 154 | 285 525

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SCGU404 Canggu



LNUL001 Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan Islands

This stylish 3-bedroom Villa (land size 500 sqm, building 270 sqm) is located 300 meters from the beach of Pantai Brawa. One master bedroom is on ground level, while two additional bedrooms are on the 1st floor. All bedrooms have wood parquet and ensuite bathrooms. On the second floor is a roofed terrace with great ocean view. The villa comes fully furnished. This is a must see, it is a great investment. Please call or email me today for more information or to view Contact : Shane Walsh Title : Hak Milik + 62 81 338 276 772 Price : IDR 4,200,000,000

Contact : Shane Walsh Title : Leasehold - Hak Milik + 62 81 338 276 772 Price from : IDR 3,000,000

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SNUD556 Tanjung Benoa 2 2 This 2 bedroom 2 bathroom luxury serviced apartment on white sand beach has so much to offer. Located on the ground floor meaning you walk in past full time security and reception desk straight to your room.

Title : Leasehold Price : USD 299,000

Contact : Shane Walsh + 62 81 338 276 772

These photos above show views from four different pieces of land we recently listed. This is just some of the property we have available there. Stunning, unbelievable, blocks, if you are looking for peace and quiet getting away from the hussle and bustle. We have from 9 Are through to 80 Are from many listings here. Priced from 3 million per Are per year leasehold and from 65 Million per Are freehold.

SCGU557 Canggu 4 5 4 This villa is tucked away down a rustic lane beside the Canggu river just 100 meters from the beach and the Balinese fishing village at Canggu & close Canggu’s famous surf break, just a 5 minute ride to the famous Beach House restaurant at Echo beach. With the upcoming Sea Sentosa also taking place in this area, this region is sure to appreciate rapidly & will be home to a host of high end retail outlets.

CSEM009 Canggu 4 4 Beautiful 27 Are land 38 years leasehold. Ocean view 200 mt from Seseh beach with unfinished 600 m2 modern 3 bedroom. Villa 4 months from completion build on 17 Are plot. Looking for buyers request price USD 595,000 or investor at 50% returns for net profit rental and after villa sale.

Title : Hak Milik Price : USD 550,000

Title : Leasehold Price : USD 595,000

Contact : Shane Walsh + 62 81 338 276 772

Contact : Shane Walsh + 62 81 338 276 772

ASSISTANTS NEEDED I desperately need a couple of permanent assistants as I am so busy. These persons would learn hands on sharing with me in my commissions. The ideal person must speak Bahasa and English - be Loyal, Trustworthy, Hardworking and Honest!! No exceptions on this.

SHANE WALSH “GETS RESULTS” Contact Now : +62 (0) 81 338 276 772

Tel : +62 (361) 737 357 | 773 540 | 701 154 | 285 525

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SLBK610 Gili Trawangan



A luxury fully serviced 3 bedroom villa on the jewel island of Gili Trawangan, a welcome oasis close to Bali. Complete with exclusive furniture, 10 Are large garden and swimming pool, all located within a coconut plantation only 400m from the beach. Free access to the Trawangan Club, the only sport facilities on the island comprising flood lit tennis court, fully equipped gym, yoga studio, spa facilities, club house and restaurant. Buy now for high season rental income. Contact : Ray White Sanur Title : Hak Milik Price : USD 225,000

+ 62 87 861 867 277


SCGU113 Canggu



SNUD111 Tanjung Benoa 8



Just 300m from Berawa beach, close to Canggu Club and international school, this beautiful traditional Balinese villa offers the best of tranquil open living. Set on 1,310 m2 land, surrounded by tropical trees and rice fields, this large villa boasts a gazebo, fish pond, and 12m swimming pool. Perfect place to live and fantastic playground for your kids!

Exclusive waterfront property in the prestigious area in Tanjung Benoa known as the top class location. Set on spacious 7400sqm of pristine waterfront land right close to the restaurants and shops, this colonial style property is definitely the last piece of heaven you can find. Surrounded by the clear blue water, extensive space of garden and absolute stunning view, this property has endless possibilities to be developed... It can be used as a prime investment or as an exclusive and exotic private property.

Contact : Ray White Sanur + 62 87 861 867 277 Title : Leasehold Price : IDR 2,400,000,000

Contact : Ray White Sanur Title : Hak Milik + 62 87 861 867 277 Price : USD 4,500,000



If you want your property sold or get the property of your dream, look no further, I am the most dominant agent on the island.

Professional and Efficient is my key in selling your property as well as if you are looking for that dream property of yours. Experience the professional treatment by the expert!

Contact : Annie +62 (0) 81 339 455 009

SCGU422 Canggu




Large villa 23 are land size, 800m build size, main building 3 bedrooms and 2 separate gazebo, total of 5 bedrooms, huge size swimming pool, 200 meters from Brawa beach, 300 meters from Canggu Club, free hold.

Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 11,900,000,000

Contact : Haryono + 62 85 857 442 601

Contact : Rini Suhartati +62 (0) 85 339 188 025

NOW RECRUITING!!! Join the largest real estate agency in Australasia commission up to 80% and live your dream in the island of paradise. Contact : SHANE WALSH | +62 (0) 81 338 276 772 /FFICESLOCATEDIN3EMINYAKs.USA$UAs*IMBARANs3ANURs#ANDI$ASA

Contact : ELLYNE HENDRYATINI | +62 (0) 85 857 564 599 * prices and availability subject to change without prior notification.

Tel : +62 (361) 737 357 | 773 540 | 701 154 | 285 525

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Xclusive Property Xclusive Property is a dynamic Property Development and Real Estate Agent in Bali. Our years of experience in Bali’s real estate is beneficial to you the client to ensure you find exactly what you are looking for. So if you are looking for your dream villa or that special piece of land to build your own, or an investment opportunity, our dedicated teams of experts will walk you through the process never forgetting that we work for you. With our team of specialists in villa rentals, land acquirement, development and construction, you will know that your interests are in safe hands. So no matter how big or small your needs are, don’t hesitate to give us a call and we can help make that wish come true.




Stunning two bedroom Villa in unrivaled location, just a few minutes from the famous restaurants in Petitenget. Built with a high quality finish on 3 levels with closed or open living and dining area, 7mx2.5m swimming pool. Spacious open lounge on the 3rd level gives you a comfortable place for sunset viewing. The freehold title makes this new offering a very rare find! Price: USD 425,000 REF RV-892

This exclusive leasehold condominium boast 6 bedrooms with 3mx6m pool, set on 10,85 Are land. Located in central SANUR with 3min.walk(250m) from main supermarket and 8 min. walk(750m) from SANUR beach. This gorgeous condominium offers comfort and a relaxed atmosphere. Price: USD 355,000




REF RV-904


If you are coming to Bali to enjoy it’s real beauty then this lovely property really is for you. A short car journey of around 20 minutes from Seminyak is really all it takes and you are surrounded by endless rice fields and the true culture of the magical island. To be described as “quaint” the property is a fine blend of modern contemporary and local flavors, with open plan living area and air conditioning in the bedrooms. 3 bedrooms, and 3 bathrooms and kitchen all finished to the highest quality. The property is just 5 minutes from the world famous Echo Beach which makes it an amazing investment in one of the best catchments areas currently in Bali. Price: Rp. 2,900,000,000 REF RV-866

Located in the very popular village of Tiying Tutul, this stunning 3 bedroom villa sits upon 6 Are land, accessed via a wide good pathway. The spacious three bedrooms, all with AC and en suite bathrooms, open out on to the 15meter swimming pool. The open plan living room, dining room and kitchen blend seamlessly for easy tropical living. Situated just over 20 minutes from the center of Seminyak and 3km from the famous Echo Beach of Canggu. A lovely new offering on the market. Price: USD 280,000 REF RV-959



BEAUTIFUL BALINESE A fantastic place to live in Bali strategically located not far from Canggu and Denpasar. This is a Pavilion style Joglo villa with 3 separate buildings. 2 buildings contain the 4 en suite bedrooms and the beautiful kitchen and living/dining area and 5th bedroom is in the 3rd building. Set in 8 Are the gardens are beautifully kept and are complimented with an 8 meter pool. Parking available for 2 good sized cars. This has been priced very attractively in order to obtain a quick sale. Price: EURO 200,000 REF RV-948

PRECIOUS FAMILY LIVING Located in the heart of Legian in a quiet gang, close to 2 main streets this 3 bedroom 3 ½ bathroom villa is the perfect second home or full time residence. Sold semi furnished, this leasehold property is reasonable priced for the area. Built to western standard, full kitchen, nice outdoor patio, parking, A/C in all rooms in a hard to find area. Price: USD 195,000 REF RV-952

YOUR ONE STOP PROPERTY SHOP PRESENTING PROPERTIES FROM US$ 100,000 - US$ 6,000,000 Head Office : Jl Sunset Road 10x, Kerobokan, Bali Ph: +62 361 847 5955 | Fax: +62 361 8475682 | | Branch Office : Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai No. 826, Pemogan, Denpasar - Bali C/Re/I-01 June 11

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