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For Sale; Digital camera Panasonic Lumix DMC TZ30 for spares or repair, was dropped and powers up but displays zoom error. Has battery and charger unit but no cables. Only 275 K. Contact 0821 4442 0034 Jimbaran area. [031] For Sale; Canon EF 70200mm F/2.8 IS L Mark II, great condition, Ex warranty Datascrib Indonesia. Inc hood, lens cap, pouch, card warranty, manual book. Lens clear like new, always in dry box. Used only for hobby. Buy Now only Rp 18.9 Million (price in store now Rp. 24.8 million). Text/call 0812 3612 6777 Frans. [050]

For Sale; iPod Nano 4th Generation. Black, 8GB. Great condition. Complete with box, screen guard and rubber casing already attached. IDR 600 ribu. SMS 081 7930 8888. Denpasar. [100] For Sale; iPod touch 4th Generation. Black, 8GB. Great condition, complete with box, including screen guard and built NY case already attached. IDR 1.150.000. SMS 081 7930 8888. Denpasar. [101] For Sale; Nikon lens ED AF Nikkor 180mm 1: 2.8, in bad condition, for test or more info 0813 3980 9190. [026] It’s not enough we do our best; sometimes we have to do what’s required.

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For Sale; Blackberry Curve 8520 (Gemini). Black and grey. Works fine. IDR 500 ribu each. SMS 081 7930 8888. Denpasar. [104]

For Sale; Pump- submersible Tsurumi HSZ3.75S. High pressure. Immaculate condition. Rp 2,300,000. 0831 1989 4041. Denpasar. [048]

Container space to Auckland. Depart late October 10-15, cubic meters available or part there of. 081 7979 4066. [086]

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For Sale; 6 tables 137x80x15 strong wood suar. Cheap price. Only serious buyer call 081 7474 9084. Ubud. [022] For Sale; Electric guitar Extreme for 3 ml, Behringer guitar amp V-Tone with 90 internal effect 4 ml. Powered mixer Soundrenaline 12 chanel, 2 Waferdill Pro speaker 6 mln. Contact Andre ph. 0813 3811 2397. Canggu. [023] For Sale; 16mm negative color film material, Kodak Vision2/3, 100T, 200T, 500T, total of 10 rolls available, originally packed, stored cool, imported from Germany, details on request, 0813 3980 9190. Seminyak. [024]

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RUGBY UNION NEWS BALI RUGBY FEST

The XP Property Bali Rugby Fest 20th Anniversary tournament featuring the Open Men’s Bali 10s, National 7’s and Women’s 7s will be held over the 2nd weekend of October 2014 at a new venue in Jimbaran. This will be the 4th home of the Bali 10’s, after Samudra in Kuta, Grand Bali Beach in Sanur and more recently the Canggu Club. Tournament Director Kurt Lovell confirmed “Seeing that it’s the 20th Anniversary of the event we’d also like to have a Legends Game during the weekend (basically for those who have enough years under their belt that they did/could have competed in the original Bali 10’s tournament in 1995 - as adults!). This can be a scratch match - so gentlemen bring your boots!” With the deadline approaching the below teams are confirmed or close to confirming for the Open Men’s Bali 10s: (in order of confirmation) 1.BALI CHILLIS - Bali - Indonesia 2.LANE COVE RC - Sydney - Aust 3.STORM TROOPERS - Perth - Aust 4.KALAMUNDA BULLS - Perth - Aust 5.PALMYRA RFC - Perth - Aust 6.ASSOCIATES RUFC - Perth - Aust 7.KK SHARKS - Kota Kinabalu - Malaysia 8.SOUTH BRISBANE MAGPIES - Brisbane - Aust 9.XV GAULOIS - Singapore 10.JAKARTA KOMODOS - Jakarta - Indonesia 11.ROWZY PEGASI - Melbourne - Aust 12.NEDLANDS - Perth - Aust 13.COTTESLOE - Perth - Aust 14.JAKARTA BANTENG - Jakarta - Indonesia 15.KOTEKAS - West Papua - Indonesia 16.UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI PETRONAS - KL - Malaysia To Be Confirmed, 17.BENFICA DILI KARAUS - Dili - East Timor 18.SUMBAWA NAGAS - East Sumbawa - Indonesia CRICKET NEWS HATTEN WINES BALI CRICKET LEAGUE

Roshan de Silva 109 and Frengky Shony 47 not out dominating the BSF Cricket Academy bowlers who were let down with 5 catches being missed. The BSF team struggled to 6 for 121 when their overs ran out. In the women’s match Gianyar were restricted to 5 for 59 in their 10 overs but this proved to be enough as a gallant Red Ants team reached 7 for 46 in reply to fall 14 runs short of a victory. The matches in the men’s matches on 21 September saw XP Tridatu win comfortably against Gianyar and Xclusive People remain undefeated by easily beating Bali Bandits whilst in the women’s match Red Ants scored a thrilling win against Badung reaching their target with only 2 balls to spare. SUMMARIES Men’s Competition: Sanur 3/50 ( Ahmad Mushtaq 11, Charlie Harrison 10 no, Ari Suarnawan 1/2, Okuh 1/7 ) defeated XP Tidatu 49 ( Ariana 20, Raju Kumar 4/0, Amol Tekade 2/6 – Xclusive People 2/190 ( Roshan de Silva 109, Frengky Shony 47 no, Wisnu Kurniawan 2/31 ) defeated BSF Cricket Academy 6/121 ( Wisnu Kurniawan 35, Sidi 31, Soni Hawoe 2/6, Ben Smith 2/28 ) – XP Tridatu 4/119 ( Ari Saurnawan 52 no,Kadek Santika 20, Suyasa 2/11 ) defeated Gianyar 5/74 ( Dode 20, Alvianus Roboka 3/12, Ari Saurnawan 1/8 ) and Xclusive People 7/175 ( Frengky Shony 58, Surya Singh 30, Ross 2/26, Shae Thompson 2/36 ) defeated Bali Bandits 70 ( Scott Freeburgh 20, Ross 12, Soni Hawoe 2/4, Alvianus Roboka 2/14 )

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Women’s Competition: Gianyar 5/59 ( Nanda Sekarini 25, Yuk Mang 13 no, Gung Odik 2/6 ) defeated Red Ants 7/46 ( Wulan 15, Deby Kumala 12, Susantiani 2/4, Kadek Yola 2/11 ) and Red Ants 4/61 ( Dita 12, Debby 11, Wayan Sariani 2/6, Nadin Aulia 2/7 ) defeated Badung 1/60 ( Wayan Sariani 24 no, Dewa Ayu 22, Putu Apridayonti 1/13 ) DISABLED SPORTS NEWS WHEELCHAIR RUGBY

In the Hatten Wines Bali Cricket League matches on 14 September the 3 undefeated teams Sanur, Xclusive People and Gianyar continued on their winning ways. In the morning men’s match Sanur rolled XP Tridatu for 49 and reached the required runs in the 11th over. A feature of Sanur’s bowling was a hat trick to Raju Kumar to finish off XP Tridatu’s innings.

The Korean Wheelchair Rugby Team is currently training in Bali with Bali Sports Foundation’s Indonesian Wheelchair Rugby team at Bali International School. Korea ranked 24 in the world, is assisting Indonesia prepare for the upcoming Asian Para Games in Incheon, Korea from 18-24 October.

In the afternoon match Xclusive People scored 2 for 190 in their allotted 20 overs with an opening partnership between

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For Sale; Wood brand suit jacket. 2 button, dark navy color with brown accents on lapel and pocket. Worn twice, size M. IDR 800 ribu. SMS 081 7930 8888. Denpasar. [107] For Sale; Epson Stylus Office T1100. Brand new, used once but isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t suitable for the work that I do. A3, color. IDR 3 juta. SMS 081 7930 8888. Denpasar. [108] For Sale; Building machinery & tools: Grinder, water pumps-submersible and external, generators, compressor, manual tools and bits. All in good condition. Contact 0819 9938 2602. Bukit. [039] C/NS/U-19 Feb. 14

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Petitenget to Pererenan If you live, work, have a business or just have some exiting news about this area then we want to hear from you! Canggu News submissions for future editions are welcome to be emailed to: canggueditor@yahoo.com If you are submitting information about a future event, please be sure to provide accurate details regarding time and place and include pictures where relevant.

for more. Fresh wraps, pizzas, burgers, sandwiches and the like are available along with a BBQ sate and corn cart.

Splash Water Park Now Open The New Canggu Club seems to have cemented its position as a prime pick for all round family holiday fun with the recent opening of its latest attraction, Splash Water Park. With eight different areas to amp up the adrenalin, Splash offers something for everyone.

before taking a tail spin around the orange and green bowl then shooting into the plunge pool below! Or take on Big Red. No shortage of excitement here either as sliders weave around each bend, momentum intensifying at every turn from the fifth storey to the floor.

At five storeys high, four lanes across and ninety metres long, The Giant Racer invites sliders to challenge their mates and race the clock! Grab three willing adrenalin junkies and ready, set, go to see who is the fastest down the track. A first in Bali, the integrated slide speedometer displays riders’ times on a screen at the end of each race. Younger thrill seekers don’t miss out either as a smaller version of the slide, The Speed Racer is only a few metres away.

Take a cruise along the Crazy Creek, meandering through this 102 metre water course is a welcome time out from the excitement above. Watch the kids delight in Splash Playground, a wonderland for wee ones to have big fun and their fare share of adventure. There is action aplenty with water cannons, mini slides, slippery pole, a climbing fort and the giant water pail. All rides are under the watchful eye of Splash Park lifeguards.

If carving out the curves seems more appealing try the Super Bowl. It’s a whirl of fun as speed increases with every turn

All of those stairs and slides build a hearty appetite and there are plenty of quick and tasty options to refuel and head back

Play a Round For a Playground Fancy a round of golf and play your part in supporting children in the local community? The Rotary Club of Bali Canggu is inviting golfers in Bali to SAVE THE DATE for “THE ULTIMATE CHARITY GOLF DAY” on Sunday, October 19, 2014. In cooperation with IMG Golf, Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort and Nirwana Bali Golf Club the charity golf event is open to all and profits will go toward support of the Rotary Club of Bali Canggu ‘PLAY A ROUND FOR A PLAYGROUND’ project. Golfers tee off with a shotgun start using the fast paced Texas Scramble system. The emphasis is on fun with plenty of winner categories. Golf skills competitions during the game include, Beat the Pro, Longest Drive, Nearest to the Pin, Nearest to the Line, and Hole in One.

CCS to Host GIN Bali 2014 Most school students across the globe are already aware of the need for global issues to be addressed however, how many are actively able to take the initiative to motivate action from information? It’s events such as the next Global Initiative Conference (GIN) taking place at Canggu Community School on October 3rd, 4th and 5th, that are designed to educate and engage students in active and collaborative ways. Returning to CCS for the second year running, the GIN Bali Networking Conference 2014 will introduce participating students to inspiring keynote speakers who are already making a positive impact through environmental awareness, sustainability, culture and creativity. Young people working in various ways, in different parts of the world, but all contributing their time and passion to making a change for the better.

A cashless Splash wristband available from the locker rooms on arrival enables credit to be added to a waterproof band and with a quick scan patrons can enjoy fuss free food and beverage throughout the park all day. No need to stash the cash in your boardies when you want to ride the slides and lockers are available for safe storage of any valuables. Fully catered private function areas offer stress free solutions to birthdays, staff days, family reunions and get togethers. Party goers are in the thick of the action but shaded from the sun. Entry to Splash Water Park is Rp 240,000 per adult & Rp 120,000 per child (3 - 17 years). Included is access to Canggu Club’s Fitness Centre, 25 metre lap pool, Sports Ground, Tennis Centre and Body Temple Spa. Canggu Club Members can pop over for free at any time. Climb the tower and take in the view before diving into the fun. Splash is perfect for the family or to meet with friends on holiday. You might only plan to go for a few hours but you’re likely to stay and Splash for the day! Splash is open from 10am - 8pm daily. Tickets available at reception or at www.splashbali.com SPLASH WATER PARK located at New Canggu Club, Jalan Canggu Club, Canggu.

Included is a full 18 holes of golf on the award-winning Nirwana championship course, snack on course, mineral water, awards dinner presentation and lucky draw. Reservations are through Pan Pacific reservations dept. +62 361 815900 extension 2952/2964 or simply email golfreservation@panpacific.com. Entries will be accepted on a first come first served basis. The Rotary charity theme ‘PLAY A ROUND FOR A PLAYGROUND’ is in support of the service club’s project to build an extensive full-featured children’s community playground for local children. The playground design includes facilities for mothers to meet and relax or work while they supervise their children playing in a safe and clean environment. The Rotary Club of Bali Canggu is part of a global network of community volunteers represented by 1.2 million business professionals and community leaders in more than 200 countries around the globe. Rotary volunteers provide vital humanitarian services that foster goodwill and peace in the world. For more information about the golf day or Rotary contact: Guy Nelson pr@rotarycanggu.org

The theme for this year’s conference is: “Cleaning Up Our Act” and based on the premise, ‘Before we can go forward, we have to clean up the mess that’s been left behind.’ International students aged 11 to 16 from schools across Bali and abroad are invited to attend the 3 day conference which boasts an impressive line up of activities and keynote speakers. The conference kicks off Friday afternoon with participants involved in dynamic workshops with acclaimed and published writers and performers such as celebrated authors Alison Lester and AJ Betts and talented graphic illustrator Reinhardt Kleist. Parents of participating students will have the exciting opportunity to attend the Friday evening opening ceremony followed by the school premiere of ‘Jalanan’, the multi award winning documentary filmed in Jakarta, focusing on the lives of three street musicians. Workshops continue for students on Saturday from 10am - 4pm and include a variety of on and off campus

activities such as ‘The Journey of Song’ with eco activist Kodi Twiner and celebrated Indonesian musician, Robi Navicula. Volcom skater and special guest Piru - a member of the Yangon Skate Community will hold a clinic, ‘Skate to Educate’ at Motion Skate Park. A workshop entitled ‘Habitat and Food Security’ with the Solemen Foundation will involve a visit to a housing project in Denpasar for disabled children. An evening BBQ at Deus Ex Machina from 6pm will feature Volcom’s latest film, ‘True To This’ along with various acoustic musical performances. Parents are also welcome to attend the Sunday presentations from 9am where they will be able to listen to different speakers from around the world talk about their own journeys and passions. Speakers will include Sudanese refugee - Abraham Nouk, Cambodian Slampoet - Kosal Khiev and Burmese Skater - Youthan Yangon. The conference will culminate in student presentations with a 10 minute documentary from each team before closing speeches at 5pm and a final musical performance to bring the conference to an end. Tickets for the film presentation ‘Jalanan’ on Friday evening at the Canggu Community School are Rp 100,000 and refreshments will be be on sale. Profits go to supporting local staff at the school in times of need. For more information about GIN 2014, email infoginbali@gmail.com


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mum’s smart phone! Yes, I agree in this modern world where we book, buy and bank online it is important to keep up with this ever changing cyber life but I wonder if it is sometimes to the detriment of the art of good old fashioned play.

Tinker Around with Toys Now don’t get me wrong, technology is terrific. I mean, where would most of us be without our iPhones, iPads, iMacs, iPods and the ability to flick to Facebook or update our Instagram page in an iMoment.......I dread to think! It’s not even like I know how to use half of these gadgets to their full potential, but most of our children do! From a rather early age many youngsters become accustomed to these devices and there aren’t too many five year olds who can’t swipe the screen to open their

A Middle Eastern Oasis in the Heart of Umalas After reading a recent article in ‘The Jakarta Post’ suggesting Umalas to be developing into a bit of a foodie enclave, I decided to see for myself what all the fuss was about. Starting with the name on the top of the list of five establishments mentioned, I ventured away from the mounting traffic chaos and veered along Jalan Bumbak to search for Cafe Cous Cous. Clearly a number of others were already aware of the buzz about this place and had beaten me to it! It was a little after the lunch hour rush but there was barely a spare seat in the house and I settled into the only remaining chair out on the shaded verandah. Grateful for the green of the rice paddies directly opposite, I can feel the tension from the traffic earlier already dissolving. I turn my attention to the cafe’s interior and note chic and calming decor blend effortlessly with local Balinese touches creating a welcoming space to while away my afternoon. But enough about the decor, I’m starving! Dewi delivers the menu and my tastebuds are torn between an all day breakfast option or lunch. The Good Vibrations breakfast

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A couple of like minded ladies have decided to inspire the desire in children to step away from their screens and experience a world through play by setting up soon-to-beopen ‘Tinkers Toy Shop’. Helen, medic and mother of two, has been on a five year adventure with her husband and children, living in Norway, Beijing and now Bali. Taking the journey with her is Melissa. Originally from England, she put her career as a legal eagle on hold to concentrate on motherhood. Specialising in children’s toys and gifts, books, party supplies, stationary, helium balloons and specially crafted local products, their target market ranges from newborns to teens. Located in Canggu Plaza and scheduled to open October 8th, Tinkers Toy Shop’s new home is a 150 year old joglo filled with all types of toys and gifts designed to spark the imagination, awaken the senses and mesmerise young minds.

Not just a toy shop, Tinkers aims to encourage interaction as children are invited to enter through the tree arch and venture onto the ‘forest floor’ for book readings or to follow the footprints around the ‘workshop’ and discover toys to stimulate and develop young minds and well-being. With Halloween only weeks away, costumes, face masks and accessories are sure to be on hand come opening day. A soft opening party will be hosted by Tinkers Toy Shop and the recently opened, Mrs Jones Music Lounge and Southern Kitchen (located opposite Tinkers Toys in Canggu Plaza) on Sunday October 19th from 2pm to 5pm. In keeping with the theme of the shop, entertainment will include face painting, bouncy castle, art and craft activities and even a magician and circus acts! Tinkers Toy Shop will be open for business seven days a week from 9am to 8pm. For more information about Tinkers Toys go to: www.tinkerstoyshop.com or pop in and see the Tinkers Team from October 8th at Canggu Plaza.

seems to cover all bases with avocado mash, toast, poached eggs, mushrooms, spinach and haloumi plus a choice of smoothie, juice or coffee however, despite my hunger, I feel I may not be able do justice to a meal of that calibre and instead choose the cous cous salad of the day along with a serve of zucchini and haloumi fritters with tomato relish. While I wait I peruse the numerous tasty items on the menu. There is definitely a Middle Eastern theme with falafels, feta, dips with flat breads and fresh salads. Not surprising as before moving to Bali, owner Monique Robson and her family spent thirteen years in Dubai. I am almost tempted to change my earlier order when I see the Mix it Up Mezze Plate with homemade hummus, tabouleh, babaganoush and tatziki falafel served with their crispy baked Za’atar flat bread, but I’m more than satisfied with my choice when lunch arrives. Cous cous salad peppered with a healthy dose of tomato, cucumber and olives with a zesty dressing on the side appears next to three wickedly tasty zucchini fritters. The first bite delivers the distinct flavour of haloumi and I am already wishing there was more! Lunch devoured, I am now a little too full to sample any cakes and cookies for dessert however I must satisfy my curiosity about their F.R.E.A.K. Coffee! (Fresh Roasted Enak Arabica from Kintamani). As is suggested on the menu, it

is indeed ‘Freaking Good Coffee’ and provides the perfect conclusion to my meal. Cafe Cous Cous is open from 8am - 5pm Monday to Friday and 8am - 3pm Saturdays. Breakfast is available all day and the lunch from 11am. Meals range from Rp 25,000 with most items under Rp 80,000. If you can take time out to treat your tastebuds, cruise down Jalan Bumbak and lookout for this little Middle Eastern oasis in Umalas.

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For Sale; Diving regulator. Perfect breathing performance. Seac Synchro D. Complete Regulator with Octopus and gauges. Good Price. Sanur. 0822 3760 3026. [063]

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For Sale; Diving regulator. Perfect breathing performance. Tigullio. Complete Regulator with Octopus and gauges. good price. Sanur. 0822 3760 3026. [064] For Sale; White Apple Macbook includes latest mavericks operating system. Also includes dreamweaver cs6 photoshop cs6, microsoft office 2011. Dvd/ rewriteble. 2GB Ram 213 Ghz intel core 2 duo. 4mil/ juta negotiable. Can meet in kuta. 0896 2733 7641. [065]

For Sale; DVDs series mahadev, Hollywood movies @2rb, wallet leather hermes 100rb, channel 200rb, miumiu 100rb, dresses cocktail 100rb, dispenser hot and cold 500rb, washing machine 700rb, dvdrw external for laptop 500rb, cpu pentium 4 300rb, Nokia Lumia 520 1,3 million, andromax g2 smartfren 850rb 0813 3254 5411. Denpasar. [057]

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For Sale; Earth Mama Angel Baby: Natural nipple butter. New still in box. Bought two only used one. New price Rp. 210.000, sell for Rp. 180.000. Really helped me with breastfeeding. Safe for baby. Please SMS 0818 0536 9219. Denpasar. [058]

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A few years ago I acquired the most beautiful antique Chinese wedding bed. Meticulously carved and gilded, it had been purchased in Java many years ago and passed on to me by a friend. It’s only 120 cm wide so its role in conjugal relations is a bit mystifying. Either the husband and wife were extremely slender, or slept on top of one another, or the bed was used only on special occasions. But it’s perfect for just one not very large person. I love this bed. Not only is it a work of art in perfect condition, it breathes a quiet and digni¿ed history. Climbing into it at night is a great pleasure. I have interesting dreams in my bed, then wake to admire the scalloped wooden canopy, carved tassels and suspended coins.

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trees when they are still fairly young for quick pro¿ts, so those massive old boards will never be replicated.

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How do we protect our roof beams and treasured antique beds from termites? There are three options; build physical barriers into your basic house construction, retro-¿t your existing home with physical barriers, or control existing infestations with chemical or non-chemical pesticides.

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Alex will send her comprehensive presentation “Building Out Termites” to readers by email through the website www. kaltimber.com or email admin@kaltimber.com. It describes in detail the barriers such as plastic sheeting or metal mesh that can be Due to habitat destruction and This bed makes me so happy that laid under a correctly poured slab, environmental degradation, I live in dread of losing it … to galvanised steel sheet on top of some termite species appear termites. posts for raised buildings, and many other tricks. There’s also plenty of to be declining. My last bed was also an old interesting information on the site It is hard to feel sad about this Javanese one, though not as grand. about finding and using ethical A few years after acquiring it I timber when building in Bali. noticed little heaps of tiny pellets underneath it. Wayan Manis looked serious. “Binatang didalam,” she intoned -- creatures Conventional pesticides/termicides often contain powerful inside. Nyoman pried off a board underneath, and inside it chemicals that pose dangers to pets, wildlife and small children. was riddled with holes and channels. Some of them were still These tend to be expensive and require repeated applications. inhabited by fat, white dry wood termites, blindly munching A concentrated, locally produced solution called Freemite is away. He injected kerosene into the little entry holes with a made of non-toxic ingredients which will protect bamboo, wood syringe, but it didn’t work for long. For years I imagined I could and rattan. It includes neem oil, (which interferes with the hear those tiny jaws slowly demolishing my bed as I lay in it. reproductive systems of the insects when they carry it back to the nest) , camphor and many other plant extracts which There are two main termite species here, subterranean combine to make a product that really works. (locally known as anai anai in Indonesian or tetani in Balinese) and dry wood (rayap kayu kering in Indonesian or seksek in Freemite wasn’t available when my original bed was eaten out Balinese). Both of these species live on cellulose, a ¿bre found from under me a few years ago. But I used it on my front gate, in all plants and plant products -- paper, plywood, window made of old teak which had been restored with some new frames and antique Java beds. wood (termites love juicy young wood) and it worked a treat. Subterranean termites build mud tunnels from their large underground chambers and these can be seen on walls and furniture.The dry wood termite, which quietly and invisibly consume your precious wood from the inside, leave those little piles of pellets called frass as evidence of their presence. Several weeks ago Alex Ryan of Kaltimber gave a riveting talk on these beasts and how to build your house to exclude them. The subterranean kind, which are much more destructive, can squeeze through cracks in cement just 1.2 millimetres wide in their quest for food. If you’ve ever seen a foundation poured in Bali, you know that most of them take a day or two, using a hand mixer and little black buckets, usually using less of the expensive cement than optimal. With our frequent small earthquakes it’s not unusual for tiny cracks to form in these foundations, through which enterprising termites can easily enter the house. Young wood with its high cellulose content is a favourite target.

I talked toThierry Cayot, who developed this wonderful product. Thierry started out making and exporting wooden furniture to Europe from Java, then moved to Bali and started working with bamboo instead because of the ethical issues of using wood.

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Powderpost beetles love bamboo, which needs to be treated before it can be used for construction, furniture or decor items. Thierry didn’t want to use borax because the high volume of residual salts was dif¿cult to dispose of, so he started experimenting with natural insecticides about four years ago. “The fourth version of Freemite which is now on the market is highly concentrated,” Thierry explains. “One litre of the mix yields 200 litres of solution, which now also contains an element that helps it to penetrate wood more quickly and ef¿ciently.

“We use Freemitein our own industry daily and keep careful Second only to ants, termites are one of the most numerous records. We treat about 60 kilometres of bamboo in a year insects on earth in number. Due to habitat destruction and and only one out of about 450 poles shows early signs of environmental degradation, some termite species appear to infestation, which is far below industry standards for termibe declining. It is hard to feel sad about this.Those swarms cides.” of Àying insects that erupt out of the earth at the beginning of the wet season are subterranean termites. They are Freemite has been tested at Udayana University and was programmed to mate and proven to be a non-toxic solution for propogate, but fortunately most die use on bamboo, rattan and wood So there’s no ethical way before this takes place. A which is effective against to use ironwood without successful mating results in the pair subterranean and dry wood very tight chain of custody becoming the king and queen of a termites and powderpost beetles. It new termite colony. They continue can also be used as a barrier certi¿cation from your wood to mate for life; the queen can lay around houses. merchant 20,000-30,000 eggs a day and live 45 years. Like the Balinese, Although designed for the wood termites have a caste system, with worker and soldier castes and bamboo industry, the Freemite performing different roles in supporting the colony. team will also treat villas and hotels in Bali. It can be ordered The likelihood of termite damage in the tropics is another good throughwww.freemite.com and reason to use minimal wood, or reclaimed and termite resistant shipped anywhere in Indonesia. wood. The main reason? “Illegal and destructive logging is I sleep more soundly at night knowing still an issue in Indonesia, making it virtually impossible for the that’s there’s a jug in the pantry. consumer to know where the wood they buy comes from,” says Alex, who has been working in forest conservation for over 20 years. “The only locally available woods with exceptional natural resistance to termites are old teak (jati bekas) and Kalimantan ironwood (ulin), because they grow very slowly and form extractives in the heartwood which prevent decay and insect attack. Ironwood takes hundreds of years to grow to useable size and the seeds take years to germinate. Because of this there’s no incentive to farm it. So there’s no ethical way to use ironwood without very tight chain of custody certi¿cation from your wood merchant.” Old teak is just that; contemporary teak plantations now harvest the

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PARADISE... IN SICKNESS & IN HEALTH By Kim A. Patra SRN/RM.

OCTOBER IS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH Approximately 12 percent women will develop some kind of breast cancer in their lifetime. Think about it. That means that out of 8 women that you know, one of them could develop breast cancer. The facts • The number of people being diagnosed with breast cancer is increasing (almost doubled in the past 20 years), but the good news is survival rates are improving. This is probably because of more targeted treatments, earlier detection and better breast awareness. • Breast cancer also affects men, but it’s rare. • Breast cancer is not one single disease there are several types of breast cancer. • Not all breast cancers show as a lump, and not all breast lumps are breast cancer. • Less than 10% of breast cancer runs in families, so having someone in your family with breast cancer doesn’t necessarily mean your own risk is increased. So here are 10 things you need to know, or you need to pass on to a woman that you care about. 1. Know your risk factors for breast cancer. Getting older and having a strong family history of cancer are the most common risk factors. Breast cancer is rare in women under 25 years, the incidence being highest (80%) in the 45 -55 year age group. Women whose mothers or sisters have suffered from breast cancer are at in increased risk. Risk is increased in women who have previously suffered from cancer of the breast, ovaries, or womb. The risk is increased by factors increasing the number of menstrual cycles, i.e. menstruating at an early age and menopause over 50 years of age, never having children and not breast-feeding. 2. Should women check their breasts and how often? It is important for women of all ages to get to know the normal look and feel of their breasts as part of everyday activities, such as showering, dressing, putting on body lotion or simply looking in the mirror. Regular mammograms are not recommended for women under the age of 40 because they are not effective in detecting breast cancer early in younger women. This is because younger women’s breast tissue is dense, making it difficult to detect early signs of breast cancer. As a woman grows older and her breast tissue becomes less dense, it becomes more transparent on a mammogram and it’s easier to detect early signs of cancer. 3. Should you test for the breast cancer gene. The BRCA gene test is a blood test that uses DNA analysis to identify harmful changes (mutations) in either one of the two breast cancer susceptibility genes - BRCA1 and BRCA2. Women who have inherited mutations in these genes face a much higher risk of developing breast cancer and ovarian cancer compared with the general population. You may be a candidate for BRCA gene testing - if you have a personal or family history of breast cancer diagnosed at a young age (premenopausal), breast cancer affecting both breasts (bilateral breast cancer), or both breast and ovarian cancers, a male relative with breast cancer, a relative with a known BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation, Ashkenazi (Eastern European) Jewish ancestry, with a close relative who has breast or ovarian cancer. Naturally the test cannot be done in Bali. According to the latest info I have from Singapore the genetic (blood test) test package for BRCA is approximately S$321.

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4. How do you check your breasts correctly? Most breast irregularities are detected by women themselves. (Go to www.nbocc.org.au for complete self breast exam info). And now there’s an app! Both Apple and Android have excellent apps on Self Breast Examination (SBE). The best time to examine your breasts is just after your period when hormonal lumps are at their lowest. Getting to know what’s normal for you will help you to detect any new or unusual breast changes. It’s never too early to start being breast aware and it’s important to keep up the habit, even if you’re having regular mammograms. 5. What sort of changes should you look out for? • A new lump or lumpiness, especially if it’s only in one breast. • A change in the size or shape of the breast. • A change to the nipple, such as crusting, ulcer, redness or inversion. • A nipple discharge that occurs with squeezing. • A change in the skin of the breast such as redness or dimpling. • An unusual pain that doesn’t go away. Nine out of 10 breast changes are not due to cancer, but always see a doctor to be sure. What can women do to reduce the risk of developing breast cancer? Lifestyle changes can reduce the risk of the disease include exercising regularly, maintaining a healthy body weight and moderating alcohol intake. Other factors known to decrease the risk of breast cancer are having children earlier in life - before the age of 30 - and breastfeeding for 12 months or longer. C/He/I-25 June 14

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A few months ago I wrote a story about Neil Saunders dubbed the ‘body whisperer’ because he heals horses, dogs, cats and people using intuitive touch. Recently Neil sent his good friend Paul Grif¿n to Bali to meet Serena, our local horse whisperer. Although both Paul and Neil had similar training in England in chiropractic, cranial sacral and massage and both work on animals and humans, they each have their own unique style in healing. Many people had read my article about Neil and were eager to meet Paul.

body back and forth, he was pleased that Rick’s body was more Àexible. He continued working on the front of the body returning to the neck. He explained that he likes to balance the Atlas in three stages.

Rick then turned over and Paul made several adjustments to the back before returning to the back of the head for the third balancing. When Rick sat up he was smiling and after he stood up he said he felt his body was looser. He wouldn’t notice a big change until the following day or two I met Paul and brought because it takes time to readjust to the changes that Paul along my puppy Sadie had prompted. who has had skin problems and was on As we sat relaxing for a few minutes I threw questions at various medication until Paul about his training history. He began to learn massage recently. I wanted to in 1989 then went on to study cranio sacral and chiropractic know if she has any simultaneously in 1995. Next he studied osteopathy. He allergies causing her explained how he works – massage is for the muscles, discomfort. Before Paul chiropractic for the bones, osteopathy for the fascia (the even examined her he connections between the bones and muscles) and gentle told me that most skin cranio-sacral therapy to adjust the cerebrospinal Àuid which problems are caused by generates in the brain and Àows down the spine and affects emotional problems. the entire body. Paul became a teacher of Cranio-sacral “What kind of emotional where he met Neil who was his student, who progressed to problems?” I asked. being a good friend, through mutual respect. “How much stress do you have?” he asked me. “All of her problems have been During the visit they causing me a lot of stress. I’ve been thinking of ¿nding told me about the another home for her.” I replied feeling bafÀed. He gave me work that Paul had a knowing look. “Your stress is stressing her out. It’s a vicious done on an injured circle. No wonder she’s stressed, she’s not sure if you want pony in Ubud. Some her.” I was stunned. very caring people called Serena at Paul then went to Sadie and began to examine her. He ¿rst Sebastian Horse worked on her head and made some minor adjustments and Foundation asking to then found a blockage in the middle of her spine, which he help the pony. It had released with a chiropractic adjustment. I realized that she apparently been tied up near a cow on another rope; they had a few sores previously in the same spot. It only took a got tangled up, causing serious injury to the pony. After the few minutes for him to ¿nish and announce that there’s rope burn had healed they noticed that the pony was still basically nothing wrong with her, she just needs to feel walking on only 3 legs and always holding a leg out in front loved and wanted. I went home with my tail between my legs of him at rest. Serena took Paul to have a look and he feeling guilty for being the cause of Sadie’s stress. found that the shoulder was being pulled with restrictions and damage throughout the spine. Paul started work on the A few days later Serena and Paul came to my home with pony very gently undoing each knot and twist one at a time, Rick who had been receiving treatments from Paul. Rick stretching and releasing where necessary. had broken single vertebrae in his mid back from a sur¿ng accident in 2013 and had been suffering considerable There was too much damage to work on in one session as pain since then. In Australia he underwent surgery and had the body needs to process the adjustments. After each a titanium rod attached to his spine, however, the screws treatment the pony’s movement became more free and painless. Paul gave 3 treatments in total and the owner’s were too small and his body rejected them. brother was there to witness the 3rd treatment and he This was Rick’s third commented on how fast he had noticed the pony improving. session with Paul He can now stand equally on all four legs. and was feeling considerable relief Paul loves working on children and particularly babies from his previous because they respond so well to treatment. He is presently treatments. The pain living in Viet Nam and plans to return to Bali in early October had started to move and returning on a regular basis if people and animals would down to his lower like to have a treatment. back, taking the torture off his mid To make an appointment E: paulgrif¿ndc@gmail.com or back. Rick told me anyone wishing to sponsor any horse care from Sebastian that Paul had given Horse Foundation can email: unitywithhorses@gmail.com him more Àexibility and pain relief than anyone else. I watched as Paul set to work on Rick, explaining what he was doing. Copyright spa inspirations 2014 Lying face up, Paul started balancing the Atlas at the back For clinics and spas offering new treatments of the skull just above the spine. After spending several contact me for an upcoming story. minutes on the back of the head he moved to the neck to Spa.inspirations@gmail.com loosen this area. Next he moved down to the feet, lifting them and rocking the

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HECTOR’S A Zesty Little Soup, Again This year’s Ubud Writers and Readers Festival kicks off today without the assistance of V.S. Naipaul, the Tolstoy of Trinidad, who withdrew from the program last month apparently dissatisfied with the quantum of perquisites set to come his way. Never mind. There are plenty of other entertainingly literary minds involved in the festival, the eleventh. Most of them aren’t gold pass members of the Figjam Club. This year’s theme, Saraswati: Wisdom & Knowledge, is an exploration of the wisdom to be gained by creative expression. The festival is fielding more than 150 writers from 25-plus countries, including a great line-up of Indonesian talent. Goenawan Mohamad, intellectual Azyumardi Azra, art patron Agung Rai and Festival favourites Debra Yatim, Ahmad Fuadi and Ketut Yuliarsa are on the list, as well as Sacha Stevenson, the How to act Indonesian YouTube hit sensation. Made Wijaya will make an appearance. It’s good to see the Seer of Sanur out and about. He’s no stranger to paradise, after all, and he’s always good for a giggle. The festival organizers declare him to be Truman Capote with a machete. Such a shame then that we shan’t actually be present: People tell us we do a great Stephen Fry with a sharp s-sstick. Prizewinning Hassan Blasim (Independent Foreign Fiction Prize); Eimear McBride (Baileys Women’s Prize) and Cyrus Mistry (2014 DSC Prize) and the Scottish queen of crime writing and creator of the TV series Wire in the Blood Val McDermid will be sampling the mists of Ubud. Novelist Amitav Ghosh and Pulitzer Prize-finalist Deborah Baker are on the program and will also lead an exclusive post-Festival Komodo Islands cruise.

He wrote this: A few weeks ago, I drove up the Sidemen road, famous since the 1930s as one of the most beautiful in Bali. I would have taken it slowly anyway, to enjoy the views, but I had no choice. Around 200 trucks were coming the other way, down from the mountains, overloaded with sand, gravel and rock. Where were they coming from? Where were they going to? They come from quarries on the slopes of the sacred mountain Agung. They are headed where everything else is headed: into the hundreds of hotel, villa and other construction projects. Most are in Bali’s coastal resorts, but some are on rice fields around the sprawling urban area of Denpasar/Kuta. A few days later, I meet a similar procession coming down the other sacred mountain, Batur. This time I learn a bit more. Every day, from before dawn till after dusk, at least 1500 overloaded trucks grind their way painfully up out of the crater, stopping on the way to offload excess weight. Down in the caldera, amid what is left of a rich but delicate ecosystem of wild grasses and orchids which feed off volcanic ash among spectacular fields of black lava, lies one

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Never mind that Agung and Batur are sacred. Forget that Batur is UN heritage listed. Overlook the fact that the scene of its despoliation is slap bang in the middle of a brand new Geopark. Batur is in the Panjandrum of Bangli (we know it more formally as Kabupaten Bangli and more familiarly as the regency of the same name). Like so many other little district council areas in Indonesia, it runs at its own pace – with regal distain and glacial slowness unless acquisition of money has piqued interest – and operates by its own set of impenetrably circular rules. McRae’s “Wild West” description is colourful. But it’s inaccurate. The Sioux, the Cheyenne, the Crow, the Ute, the Apache, the Navaho and all the other nations that made up the indigenous humanity of the American West didn’t despoil their country themselves. Outsiders came in and did it for them. Here in Bali, the indigenous population is busily wrecking the joint do-it-yourself-style.

Oh Yes, We Know it Well A smile briefly creased the lips the other day when Jack Daniels’ inestimable Bali Update told us this, in relation to the proposed pedestrian underpass at the airport traffic circle to enable people to visit the park wherein one of the many monumental remembrances of local hero I Gusti Ngurah Rai stands, Ozymandias-style, surveying its domain: “The statue and the surrounding park area are deemed suitable for public recreation but are made inaccessible to the public by four lanes of heavy traffic that continually circle the area.” We’ve often thought that the chaotic traffic there is caused precisely by vehicles that continually circle the area. They might perhaps be trying to change lanes, though that’s unlikely. In Bali you just barge in. They’re probably just trapped, poor things. The plan to build the Rp 3.7 billion underpass is in doubt because the Ministry of Public Works in Jakarta, the formal owner of the non-monumental infrastructure involved, has yet to say it’s OK.

Homeward Bound For two decades long ago Britain’s longest-published weekly journal of affairs and politics, The Spectator, had a wonderful columnist whose name was Jeffrey Bernard. He was among the last of the Soho Set, a roué in the full sense of the term. He was a dreadful sot and as a result was frequently absent in the latter part of his 21 years with the magazine. “Jeffrey Bernard is unwell” became a line one looked for whenever one bought a copy of the magazine and searched for his column. Quite understandably it was called Low Life. He liked a rant and did it well. He ceased ranting in 1997, aged only 55. Nominated in one newspaper obituary as his own Boswell, he ranted so well that Keith Waterhouse wrote a play about him and Peter O’Toole starred in a madefor-TV movie filmed at the Old Vic in London. There have been times over the past four months when Hector has entertained the passing fancy that he too could be unwell. It does carry a certain cachet, after all, being vicariously included in such errantly distinguished company as Bernard’s. But we resisted the temptation. There are many we would have disappointed by non-appearance, we reasoned, the legions of Advertiser readers who turn to Hector’s Diary and utter their fortnightly imprecation: “What on earth is he on about this time?” We’re due to be home in Bali by the time the next Advertiser hits the streets. It’s been a very long time between drinks.

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Meanwhile, a few hundred post-iconic rice field views away to the east from Ubud where foreign navel-gazers have taken over the place to commune with themselves, ruminate over their macrobiotic diets, wicker about saving the world, and imagine they’re experiencing the real Bali, lies Bangli, where suspension of belief takes on another form. Journalist and long-term Indonesia-watcher Graeme McRae had a disturbing piece in the online Indonesia Weekly in midSeptember, about the Wild West-style despoliation of Bali.

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Also on board are avant-garde Asian fiction writers Can Xue from China and Minae Mizumura from Japan. Former UN Representative in Sudan Mukesh Kapila; frontline journalist Pallavi Aiyar; author of The Wisdom of Whores and Indonesia etc Elizabeth Pisani; and Polish editor and journalist Adam Michnik are providing the human rights and social comment diet. And on the environmental front there’s Keibo Oiwa, Nadya Hutagalung and Willie Smits, among others. It will be a good show. One of the book launches is especially timely. Darwin, by Tess Lea, captures the essence of Australia’s northern capital. Her Darwin is a hybrid creation: part social history, part anthropological study, part personal memoir. Lea captures the city’s violent beginnings, its battles with the elements, the press of the heat and humidity, its wondrous multiculturalism, its beauty and its policy foibles. The book launch is free and is at The Elephant, Hotel Taman Indrakila, Jl Raya Sanggingan, from 4.30-6pm tomorrow (Oct. 2). This year is the 40th anniversary of Cyclone Tracy, which all but obliterated Darwin on Christmas Day, 1974.

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Visa runs can stop even the best things in life so apologies my own gigs, they tell me they will come and see me live, readers for the impromptu unscheduled Music Matters but I think there only playing with me (laughter). holiday, however as they say, behind every cloud there is a silver lining, and up in the clouds I de¿nitely found one. TJB - How long have you been doing this? RA - If I’m not mistaken I’ve been doing it approximately for Live music in Bali comes in all shapes and sizes, and in this the last 3 months and it feels good. issue of Music Matters I am going to delve into some of its more obscure aspects looking at some of the oddities found TJB - Do you think you will make an album? on Kuta beach and going up and away with a singing air RA - If I got a small chance to make it come true why host working for Air Asia. wouldn’t I?

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For most expats living in Bali the local visa run is usually a non event, a one or two day dash to a close port of call like Singapore, or KL, to get that all important exit stamp, and briefly experience Western culture, (well at least in the airport) before returning back to the island. This last trip for me however was very eventful, as I witnessed something pretty much entirely new in the live music genre. Picture the scene, its 11.20 at night you are twenty minutes from landing, the last food and drinks have been cleared away, and the captain gets on the intercom and tells everyone to fasten seatbelts, then out of nowhere at the front of the plane one of the air stewards picks up a ukulele wires it to a small pig nosed amp and the internal intercom, and starts to give the passengers a show!

TJB -What does the future hold for you, are you going to continue in your job or do you think you will peruse a career in music?? RA - I’m Àying for living but music is my passion, if I could make my job and my music walk together as a solid harmony then there would be nothing to hold up my future... hopefully. You can catch Raditya on selected Air Asia Àights to and from Singapore and he also plays at ‘chiringuito’ beach bar near double six in Legian. Talking about beach bars, brings me neatly onto the second obscure musical experience I had recently, Now we all know in Jimbaran you get live music from wondering local bands who will perform at your table while you eat, but nothing prepared me for the bashing my ears received when I went for an innocent enough afternoon drink at Ketut’s beach bar on Legian beach.

The ¿rst thing I noticed as I supped my Bintang was a disheveled ¿gure winding his way towards our bar and me and my friends, the sun was blazing so maybe he just wanted a rest, but instead he came and sat with a group of six young Australians behind us and introduced himself, “ I am Charlie Tango, professional beach entertainer, the best, twenty years experience, you want to hear song then buy me a beer” the Aussie crew did and very soon he was playing requests, Charlie who looks like the character Leslie Chow from the ¿lm ‘The Hangover’ sang every song in the most weird way I have ever heard, throwing his voice, it was more a comedy act than a live musician at work, the only way I can TJB - Have you been a musician long? describe this is by RA - Quite a long time, but not professionally, just among comparing the guy to friends because eventually they like to see me perform when the 1940’s comedy singer we have gatherings. George Formby! Well this is exactly what happened on an Air Asia Àight I took a week or so ago! Amazed and dumfounded the captive audience listened as this guy sang two songs as a welcome to Bali for the tourists, the steward was actually pretty talented and even twelve rows back and listening through the crackly intercom, you could tell he had some talent as a singer and a guitarist. Intrigued I hung around after the Àight, and got an interview and some pictures with the one man air shown otherwise known as Raditya Alamanda:

TJB - How did all this come about? RA - Honestly the idea came across my mind a long time ago when I had my fourth year of working in Air Asia, I noticed that all my valued guests were expecting to have an amazing and unforgettable Àight so since I had a bit capability to cheer people up by playing some simple music and entertaining, so the thought came to me why don’t I try to use my music to enhance their experience during their journey.

Every word that came out of his lips was emphasized for example woman became ‘wooohhhhhhaaaaaoooaaamaaaan’ his guitar skills were abysmal, and his guitar (which I tried myself) was possibly one of the worst instruments I have ever played, but the truth is the more he drunk the funnier this terrible musician got, for a highly different musical experience head down to Legian Beach and see if you can’t ¿nd Charlie Tango, you’ll hear him before you see him.

TJB - What is the song about? And is it a cover or your own? Check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFIy6rUWZnw. RA - I didn’t get the chance to write a song yet, all the songs that I was singing on board, frankly speaking were covered, most were covers from many international famous singers If you enjoyed this article or have any questions, concerns, or or bands and I love to play their music in my own way. if indeed you are the illusive Chris Curtis please don’t hesitate

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Can Local Government beat Climate Change? If we’re powerless, it’s because we’re not engaged

This month saw two major events likely to affect us all in days to come. The Àrst was the Scottish referendum on independence and the second, the meeting convened in New York by the UN Secretary General to set the agenda for a climate change accord to be agreed at the landmark conference on global warming scheduled in Paris for December 2015. What struck me forcibly was how these two events are linked and the issues involved fundamentally affect us all. No matter how much we look after the health and well-being we exist ecologically, medically, socially, economically and politically in a world over which we have little control. How then do we cope with the conscious or unconscious anxiety we carry when the world seems headed for serious trouble? Can we hope to change things or must we resign ourselves to whatever fate our rulers decree? When the Scots decided to stay within the United Kingdom I was glad. It seemed to me a sad thing to throw away over 300 years of shared history so easily. On reÀection I am less certain. The Scots are ultimately ruled from Westminster and thus roughly half the time by the Conservative Party, who can barely win a single seat in Scotland, so unpopular are they. Unlike the South of England the majority in both Scotland and Northern England broadly feel better-suited to a society organized more along Scandinavian lines, where the State strives to provide a certain standard of living for all. In most of Europe too, this is seen as fair and civilized, not an unconstitutional intrusion by Big Government requiring an armed response. With increasing disparities of wealth and the excesses of runaway capitalism this is a view increasingly shared South of the border and much further a¿eld. Question then is, can the socially progressive Labour Party re-establish itself successfully in Scotland to see off the Scottish Nationalists, who are narrowly de¿ned by their wish to be independent, whatever their political stripe? They are nationalists after all. There are probably as many skinheads as Trotskyites in the party’s extremities. If not, is it not far better for Scotland and any other under-represented polity to go their own way? In other words, the missing solution to so many of our problems, is the need to have real power devolved back into our communities in a workable manner. In mature societies over-centralisation is a stiÀing intrusion and all-too-often the death of upward initiative with stultifying and ultimately disastrous results. What the Scots resent is the over-centralisation of power in a distant capital in which they feel they have little say and which has become unacceptable. Indeed, this feeling is shared world-over as centralised power is seen as not just excessive, but unduly inÀuenced by powerful corporations and other vested interests, not primarily concerned with the common good. It is this sense of disempowerment and under-representation in the face of disturbing challenges that leads to a shared sense of malaise and fear for the future. As I write the United Nations has convened the largest meeting ever held on climate change at their New York HQ. Nearly 160 heads of state will attend as the Secretary General pushes hard to put in place a new global deal to be agreed in December 2015 to replace the failed Kyoto Protocol. The scienti¿ c warnings are urgent and convincing. There a few if any dissenting voices in the scienti¿c community. Unless we do make substantial progress with an agreement to reduce carbon emissions in a little over a year from now we must expect the climate to warm by anywhere between 4 and 8% by 2100. This we are told is our last chance to engineer a bumpy landing, which is the best we can now expect. Failing which, our future from 2050 on is likely to be extremely unpleasant, if not catastrophic. Big plans are afoot. The Africans are promising a cleanenergy corridor stretching from the Cape to Cairo. Pledges, ¿nancial and otherwise will be made to halve the destruction of the world’s forests by 2020 and end it by 2030. The World Bank will lead a big push to place a global price on greenhouse gas emissions. The US is to lead by example with an EPA plan seriously cutting US emissions. The premiers of China and India, two of the world’s largest emitters, will contribute by not being present.

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…but haven’t we heard all this before? Yes we have, but does that make it any the less true? What has changed, if anything? And why can we now reach agreement in Paris a year from now when we could not before? We, the people are not complete fools. At least most of us are not. We know the planet is in trouble and so are we. But we also know that the bankers, corporate leaders and politicians they have bought, who pretty much busted our ¿nancial system beggaring millions while enriching themselves, are not the people we can rely upon to come up with a solution. Years of assertions by global warming sceptics have so muddied the waters about climate change we don’t know the truth any more, if we ever did. We are not scientists. But the scientists do know and they have been very clear on the subject since 1990, the year the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ¿rst warned us of the dangers from global warming. Those warnings have not gone away, they have become stronger and more compelling.

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On the face of it is a bleak prospect and one, which weighs increasingly heavy on us all. Why else the Àood of dystopic movies and books? More of the same is not going to get us out of this jam and we all know it. Government relying on businessmen and the pro¿t motive to lead the way is a pipedream. A solution will only come with a radical shift in our perceptions and something does seem to be stirring. By this I do not mean we all suddenly become eco-saints. No, what I mean is that real local power is given back to local communities to handle their own affairs to the degree that central government are forced to take note and act in a much more congruent way with the interests of the people they represent. Local government can of course be as corrupt as any other form of government so proper oversight must still be exercised. Bloomberg’s tenure as Mayor of New York is a good example of local government setting it’s own course. A return to an updated version of the kind of mixed and planned economies that came into being in most developed countries following the Depression and World War II bringing hitherto unknown levels of prosperity to millions, is what’s needed now. It only came about then as a result of the suffering and sacri¿ces undergone by entire populations so that traditional elites were compelled to share national wealth more fairly. Indeed they came to accept that capitalism works better this way. Essentially this meant adequate housing, education, health and old age care for all. The political consensus of right and left understood how the extremes of capitalism and socialism had been disastrous failures. That is not what is happening today. Those days are gone. Without really bad times things revert and narrow self-interest re-asserts itself. It is not just that we are living in an ecologically unsustainable way – we are living in a socially unsustainable way. I don’t know, we may be able to muddle through, but it doesn’t look good as things are. Change is coming whether we want it or not. For us to make a difference we need to re-engage in ways that count. We can beat this thing. We have the means; all that’s missing is the political will. That will only happen when we make it happen. Practising punitive shopping is a nice start. Better yet, vote and make it count. No, not here, back where you came from. You’re entitled to and you don’t have to live there if you don’t want to. Take the trouble, do.

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Tell me about Balinese traditional singing – Part IV The final and most serious category of Balinese singing is called kekawin. Also known as Sekar Agung (big flower) or wirama, these are long songs used to accompany many Hindu rituals such as weddings, tooth filings and death rites. Kekawin are taken from a number of Hindu literary sources such as the Ramayana and Mahabharata epics etc. Kekawin is a very important art-form for the Balinese because they don’t only represent a direct connection to their Hindu roots in India, but the songs also carry a moral and often religious message. However, kekawin is sung in ancient Javanese (Kawi) which few people understand; this is why there the lyrics are translated by another person. Kekawin is normally sung solo accompanied by one translator and the duo sit cross legged at a large, wide tray called a dulang that in this context is used as a low table. As with other forms of Balinese singing and gamelan music, the notation is in Balinese script (aksara Bali). However, from one form of singing to another the notation differs slightly. This art-form doesn’t accompany gamelan music melodies like kidung or pupuh; nor is it sung in syllabic form. It’s composed based on the number of words in each stanza. Kekawin songs are more like stories and they are read either directly from a palm leaf manuscript or from a transcription in regular book form. People who want to be able to master this art-form have to be able to read Balinese script very well which involves complicated rules. Due to the serious nature of the art-form as well as the difficultly in reading the manuscripts, these days there are few young Balinese who are interested in learning kekawin. However, the government has tried to attract youth by holding regular competitions that involve schools and banjar, as well as a yearly island-wide competition at the prestigious Bali Arts Festival.

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No Gravity Laws at the Bounce Trampoline Centre at New Canggu Club!

Surely you must have heard about it but… have you been yet? After our adrenaline packed experience last week, we cannot recommend these new facilities too highly. Our family and kids had a ball flipping forward, backwards and flipping out!

After the exhilarating bounce experience, we went on to the Strike Bowling Centre. This is definitely a favourite in family entertainment, this six-lane bowling centre offers hours of fun and team collaboration. There are useful bumpers for the kids to stop the ball going into the gutter that proved to be a saver for me too! Balls come in difBounce Trampoline Centre is located at the New ferent weights from 1 to 15 kg and children as young as Canggu Club and it is the first of its kind in Bali to offer 4 or 5 years old can have a go at playing. the opportunity to experience gravity defying, airborne acrobatic activities in a safe and controlled environ- The hour session goes very fast and if you want to enjoy ment. The youngest of our group was only 5 and she and finish your 10 parties, there’s no time to waste. Our loved every second of it. We met a group of teenage kids loved the automatic pinsetters and the computerised boys having lots of fun too and a couple of parents with scoring system, which allowed them to spend more time their children. You will find a main free style arena focusing on the game. comprising twenty- five interconnected, framed and spring loaded trampolines covered with two-inch foam We also tried the friendly air conditioned restaurant and pads. Padding lines the walls for those who wish to bar area serving light food and drinks and found out that ‘walk on air’ and numbers are limited to one person at Strike also offers themed nights and birthday parties and a time per individual trampoline for safety. more… It is simply a fabulous place to connect with family and friends. Age range? From 4 years old to 80 years young! The price for up to 4 people per hour is IDR 300, 000 from morning to 4pm and IDR 500 000 from 4pm to closing time. Additional players pay IDR 50 000 and a lane can accommodate up to 6 people. Shoes are included and bowlers can wear their own socks or purchase for IDR 20,000 per pair.

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NEW CANGGU CLUB, Email: marketing@cangguclub. com, FB: www.facebook.com/bouncebali, Website: http://bouncebali.com/ There’s also another smaller arena of twelve mini tramps used for games of six a side dodge ball along Balinale - Family Movies from October 8th with two more basketball hoops for slam-dunk compe- to 12th titions. As if that isn’t enough to get the adrenalin going, we tried the angled ramps and the most daring of our The 8th Bali Film Festival has lots of enticing movies in group practised incredible back and front flips. store for families. Connect to www.balinale.com for venues and details. Finally the third area contains three trampoline paths leading to a massive pit containing 50 cubic metres of foam! Bouncers gain momentum along the paths before launching themselves into the pit for a soft and safe landing. Three elite performance tramps in the furthest corner of the Bounce arena will delight gymnastics enthusiasts and those with more advanced acrob a t i c s k i l l s . Ti m e t o PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE by Roberts Gannaway from practise your vertical the US is the story of Dusty who learns that his engine walking skills! is damaged and that he may never race again. He then joins a forest fire and rescue unit to be trained as a fireBouncing is better for health than you think, providing fighter. opportunities for skill development, core training or a THE FOG OF COURAGE by John R. Dilworth also from calorie burning cardio workout without even knowing it! the US is an animated horror comedy of a cowardly dog Trampolining is known to be beneficial for balance and named Courage who must rescue his lovely owner, Mucoordination, core strength and general fitness with the riel from a vengeful supernatural Fog. Eustace, Muriel’s added bonus of low impact exercise. And if you do not greedy husband, refuses to return the gold necklace want to bounce yourself, you can just watch the action belonging to the Fog’s long lost love. from the elevated viewing area and enjoy a snack and THE BOOK THIEF directed by Brian Percival from the a beverage from the Bounce Bar and Café. Situated US and Germany, tells the story of Liesel, an extraordiwithin a brand new, fully air conditioned complex, nary and courageous young girl sent to live with a foster Bounce Bali is open to the public. Bookings can be family in World War II Germany. She learns to read with made with ease online via bouncebali.com, allowing encouragement from her new family and Max, a Jewish you to choose your time and nominate the number of refugee who they are hiding under the stairs. The Book participants in your group, ensuring you are ready to Thief is a life-affirming story of survival and of the resilbounce when you arrive for your session. ience of the human spirit. THE GALLANT CAPTAIN from Katrina Mathers, Graeme One hour time slots are available at Rp100,000 per Base, Australia is a must for families. When Will discovsession. This gives ample time for a lot of fun and sweat ers a box of memories in his father’s wardrobe, he embut try and remember to bring water or buy some onsite. barks on a fantastic seafaring voyage. With his Cat Special Bounce socks with extra grip must be worn for bravely in tow, Will learns that only when you truly let go safety purposes and are available on arrival for Rp do you become The Gallant Captain. 20,000. It is open from 10am to 10pm Monday through RISE OF THE ECO-WARRIORS, from Australia whose Thursday with the option to jump until midnight on Fri- director Cathy Henkel will attend the festival is a great day and Saturday. Sunday it opens from 9am until movie particularly relevant to us in Indonesia. A group of 10pm. Tailored birthday packages are available and passionate and adventurous young people leave their you will find more information on their website. known worlds behind to spend 100 days in the jungles of Borneo. Their mission: saving rainforests and endangered And Why Not Continue with a Session of Ten Pin orangutans. Bowling?

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For Sale; Cosmos handmixer CM 1379 (second), still in good condition. Only used 3-4 times. Price Rp 150.000. Contact or sms 089 8578 7878. Denpasar. [007]

For Sale; Blackberry Bold and iPhone 3GS both second hand but in good condition. Women’s sunglasses. Nook tablet, like new. I live in Taman Griya/ Jimbaran but can meet in Denpasar. Call/text 0819 3435 2728. Jimbaran. [088]

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STARS WITH VIBHUTI HOROSCOPE OCTOBER 01 - OCTOBER 15, 2014

We have Mercury retrograde and a Full Moon Lunar Eclipse this fortnight, along with a Grand Fire Trine between Jupiter, Uranus and Mars. Mercury who has briefly touched into Scorpio territory will return to Libra this fortnight and retrace it’s steps all the way back to 17 Libra. Uranus joins the Full Moon, along with the Node of the Moon (South Node Aries) and will oppose the Sun. Venus and the North Node Point, all in Libra. Jupiter in Leo harmoniously trines the Aries Moon stellium and Venus is closely squared to Pluto. There could be some relationship upsets this coming month; possibly endings that will make way for new partnerships and meetings with people from the past to resolve old issues or power/manipulation struggles. The feminine push for equality, fairness and justice is strong and Jupiter is pushing for Truth and changes based on the revelation of that same Truth. There is an abrupt, aggressive, assertive and chaotic feel to this lunar eclipse and will set in motion the events that will now lead us into the next Pluto/Uranus square in mid-December. There could be a false sense of optimism in the haste to move forward with these changes and yet if we temper it all with patience and a little investigation we can go even deeper into our transformative process and leave those aspects of the past behind that are well and truly dead. This is not a time to be carrying old resentments, fears and grudges with you as you pioneer new territory and partnerships. FULL MOON 15 Aries 04 October 8, 2014 6:50 p.m. (Total Lunar Eclipse)

This is a very powerful time for the Aries natives, with the Full Moon occurring in your sign and the Mercury retrograde in the house of others. It feels like you want to break free of everything that is limiting you and create a new persona for yourself as you are tired of the old you and the relationships that have been holding you back or down. There will be a strong impulse to end them this fortnight and to move out of situations and places that have reached their use-by date. You want movement and a sense of freedom, perhaps travel is an attractive option. Your work will be a strong catalyst for change.

This could be an upsetting time for relationship or a time when you want to strike out independently or in an entirely new way when it comes to partnership. You are currently expressing yourself in a way that is inclusive of others and yet maintaining strong boundaries through communication. Friends and groups of people are creating the platform for sudden new introductions and the sharing of mind expanding conversations. You will be more apt to allow others their options and yet still up for a good debate on the topic and you have a lot more energy than normal and probably aspire to more intimate fiery connections.

As the Full Moon comes around you may find yourself on a deep journey of self-discovery that will change the way you relate and communicate with others. There may be issues pertaining to addiction and institutions that will provoke the need for action and transformation. You are ready for these changes and yet you still have some revision to do with regard to your work and/or partners or ex-bosses and relationships that need to be sorted. The feminine issues are also highlighted within the work/ service arena and perhaps legal issues to attend to or even the possibility of marriage. Nurture yourself.

The Sun and Venus are hanging out in your 12th house, which could lead to a little hidden romance. If this is so for you, you may be forced to bring it out into the open around the Full Moon. A lot of energy is being put into making money at the moment and this will benefit both the work that you are currently doing and your career path. Inventive new changes may strike suddenly and this could affect anything that may have lain hidden within past or current relationships or partnerships. Whatever it is that leaves during the next month will open the way ahead for your soul’s journey.

You seem to be in a mood for a little romance and dare I say sexual involvement with another. I would use this Full Moon to get out and socialise within the community and with friends. There could be some group activities that will open up new relationships for you and help you to access parts of yourself that have lain dormant for a while. There is a lot of transformative energy available for you to access your own creativity and feminine attributes. Don’t worry as there will be plenty of time to assimilate all of this with the Mercury retrograde. You are learning so much about other people now and are finding your own voice.

You will feel like being out amongst it all this month and opportunities to network and connect are plentiful. A sudden romance is also on the cards, along with inventive and creative adventures. Mars in your sign and first house trining your ruler up in the 9th brings a great deal of movement and possible overseas travel and adventure. You are getting to review any group involvement that you’ve had including financial and this could bring about the need to let-go or end certain situations. You are making way for a new creative process that will bring changes to the way you express yourself.

It’s career and work issues that are significantly activated this fortnight and you are looking to take action and go for change in your financial standing and your status in the World. This is a time to branch out and be your individual self and there will be significant meetings to assist you. Your home is looking like a hot area of activity as well with the retrograde affecting communication there and also Venus who is squared off to Pluto in your relationship house. Endings with women who impact your personal comfort zone are highlighted. This could be the time for you to speak up about any unfairness you are feeling.

The Full Moon is eclipsed in your 4th house and marks a beginning with regards to your home or childhood issues or those you nurture in your life. With the Sun in your career sector through October along with the Mercury retrograde you are assessing your career choices and reworking some of your business plans. This is another deeply transformative month and you have the opportunity to release a lot of old programming as you employ techniques to expand your awareness. You could have the good fortune of receiving some kind of windfall or inheritance and this will support now those new business ventures or career change.

Long and short distance travel are on your mind as the Full Moon swings around this fortnight. You may receive news from overseas friends or ex-lovers that will propel you into romantic and poetic action. You are feeling very confident at this time and may find it easier than normal to step out of your comfort zone. Just remember to have a little of that patience I was mentioning before you branch out too rashly. There is a lot of impulsivity in the air and as a fire sign with Jupiter in your sign you could be prone to hasty decision making. This is a great time to go over your communication skills and to continue to study new topics.

This could be the beginning of a period of more travel, certainly more mental agility and quick thinking is yours and there will be more movement in your everyday life. This Full Moon highlights communication; meanwhile the Sun and Mercury are reviewing any legal or marketing contracts you have in process. This is the time for expanding your relationships and friendships within your local community and possibly participating in group activities aimed at humanitarian causes or goodwill projects. You could simply enjoy the company of friends for social get together as well. Any hidden feminine issues may rise to the surface around this powerful moon time as well.

Your themes this fortnight are centred on money, yours and other peoples; transformation and partnership agreements. You are going to find some very inventive ways to market yourself while you inwardly discover more of your creative talent. Changes need to occur around the home or there will simply be a lot going on in your home. Opportunities through past partnerships are going to promote some deeper insights and you will get the revision in the area of material acquisition throughout October. You are on a steady learning curve that is taking you into deep territories of the mind. Enjoy the ride!

With the Full Moon in your 2nd house of personal possessions and acquisitions, you may find yourself the proud owner of some new belongings as the Sun polarizes events in the 8th house of endings. It could be a case of out with the old and in with new and this could pertain to relationships in your life as well. With Mars in the career sector things are bound to heat up on that front as you take on a new identity with regard to the work/service that you do in the world. The strong feminine connection comes through your local environment or community and powerful female relationships could reshape your life and circle of friendships.

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Saraswati in Bali by Ron Jenkins The theme of the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival this year is the goddess Saraswati. With over 150 writers from 25 countries in attendance, it’s only appropriate to review a unique new publication devoted entirely to this beloved patron of learning and the arts, a inspiration figure for many artists. An embodiment of the divine feminine in Hindu mythology, Saraswati is the guardian of culture, science, music, religion, history, wisdom and knowledge. The etymological derivation of Saraswati is found in the Old Javanese words sara (weapon), swa (line) and ti (behavior), meaning that the goddess is a source of knowledge that serves as a weapon to guide behavior along a positive path. Put another way, knowledge must be used to uncover the truth and confront the past. Although Saraswati is fervently revered all over Bali, she is worshipped with particular ardor in artistic communities such as Peliatan, two km east of Ubud, the “village of dancers,” where the performing arts for decades have played an all-important role. Though ceremonies, performances and palm leaf texts dedicated to the goddesses occur all over the island, this writer closely examines Peliatan’s Pura Madya temple and the nearby ARMA museum as independent institutions where the wisdom of Saraswati is put into action for the benefit of the community. The author has narrowed his focus on one specific village within a relatively small geographic area. Thus its traditions can be more easily observed and followed and interviews with villagers more easily arranged. Because of this intense focus, the ways in which the veneration of Saraswati affects the lives of the villagers has been thorough and minutely researched. It would have been a near impossible task to chronicle the innumerable and varied ways in which the goddess is interpreted all over Bali. A brief, excellent history explains the artistic tradition of Peliatan where distinctive celebrations peculiar only to the village’s Pura Madya are observed: mintonin (a spiritual test), mecaru (a cleansing ceremony) and melasti (a purification walk to the sea). The most spectacular is mendak, a 7-km-long procession between Peliatan and Tegallalang that takes place every year in which men, women and children dressed in colorful ceremonial attire clang gongs, beat drums and carry banners and huge sticks of incense retrace the steps of a nobleman who helped negotiate an historic peace treaty between two feuding brothers of the Sukawati royal family in the18th century. The author interviews more than a dozen dance instructors, priests, clowns, puppeteers, painters, princes, mask carvers, all authorities in their respective fields, about their feelings for Saraswati. During his fieldwork, which dates back to 1976, the author frequently quotes these practitioners, but the primary source of his information is Agung Rai, the director of ARMA, who is quoted extensively throughout the book in a more or less continuous long running interview. Jenkins is part researcher, part student, part participant. Always an eager listener, he follows Agung Rai around the ARMA museum, tags along with him on car rides, falls in behind him on his daily ceremonial routines, all the while posing questions. An ambassador of the arts for more than 30 years, Agung Rai articulately and knowledgeably holds forth on painting, dance, puppetry and cockfights, always interjecting a reference the ways in which Saraswati influences the proceedings. The unique contributions of ARMA are dealt with extensively. Not just an innovative museum but a dynamic all-inclusive cultural center with exhibits, conference hall, art gallery, performing stage, bookshop, boutique, reference

library, Thai restaurant, coffee shop, tourist resort and rice fields all spread over six hectares. Free dance, music and painting lessons are given to children from all over Bali. The facility is no less than a depository of Bali’s collective cultural memory. A large statue of Saraswati stands at the entrance. In her four arms, the goddess holds objects that symbolize the types of knowledge that she propagates: palm leaf manuscript (literature), stringed musical instrument (music), prayer beads (the eternal nature of knowledge) and a lotus blossom (the divine nature of wisdom). Within the center’s confines one wanders through a spiritual and physical landscape of lush gardens and a variety of trees and flowers where offerings are made to the goddess every day.

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The book’s impromptu earthy photographs depart from your usual brochure-style Photoshopped images and bring the rarefied subject matter down to earth and give the book more the appearance of a photo essay than an academic treatise: kids in the backstage of a puppet performance; masked dancers mingling with the audience; a boisterous melasti parade to the sea; rapturous gamelan players; women and school children making offerings; a magnificent 1-m-high floral arrangement made from colored rice flour; a huddle of Balinese purifying themselves under a thundering waterfall; a close-up of the bejeweled hands of a priest; elderly poised dance instructors; farmers toiling in mud. A vivid blow-by-blow illustrated description of a cockfight shows how these ritual combats serve as a practical education in economics, understanding human nature and how to conduct oneself in public. Saraswati in Bali is not just about the history and significance of Saraswati in the religion and rich culture of the Balinese. It’s also a study of iconic art forms, priestly rituals, temple observations, ancient legends and the place the high gods Shiva, Vishnu and Durga play in the daily life of the people. Dance dramas like the legend of Calonarang and cleansing the sacred Barong mask, which take place island-wide, testify as to how enduring and powerful classic Balinese literature still is. The book is also a catalog of the selected works – 32 in all - in the ARMA museum. Masterpieces by I Gusti Ketut Kobot, Ida Bagus Made, I Bagus Made Nadera, I Gusti Lempad, Walter Spies and Affandi represent a variety of themes, styles and schools of painting. Be prepared for occasional passages of turgid prose that one would more expect from a university press rather than a trade publication. At times the text drones on a bit too long about the interpretation of sacred lontar verses, the finer points of the Tri Hita Karana philosophy, the minutiae of penasar comic narration in wayang kulit plays and the abstract mysteries of how aksara syllables correspond to different parts of the human body. Little is left out of the scope of this ambitious extended essay, which often attains an esoteric air as it seeks to touch upon nearly every noteworthy facet of Balinese civilization.

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But this all-encompassing permeating embrace of every aspect of Saraswati’s involvement in the life of the Balinese is also the book’s strength. The best parts are when the writer immerses himself in and narrates his own experiences, walks in processions, attends cockfights, witnesses ceremonies and performances, visits humble family compounds or ducks backstage during a wayang performance, producing in the end not a stuffy, abstruse intellectual exercise of an erudite anthropologist or musicologist, but a detailed, well documented first-hand ground-level observation of Balinese cultural traditions. Saraswati in Bali by Ron Jenkins, Agung Rai Museum of Art & BAB Publishing 2014, ISBN 978-602-70037-0-5, hard cover, 157 pages, bibliography, glossary, dimensions 22 cm X 28.50 cm. For any publishers interested in having one of their books considered for review in Toko Buku, please contact: pakbill2003@yahoo.com Copyright © 2014 You can read all past articles of Toko Buku at www.BaliAdvertiser.biz

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For Sale; Absent fingerprint machine. Brand new. 0819 9938 2602. Denpasar. [045]

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Greendrinks Greendrinks is an international network of people who are interested in all things green and is open to every one. We can make new friends or catch up with old ones, learn how others see things or do things, create new ideas. Saying “Are you green?” will ensure a warm welcome. Green Drinks has more than 494 chapters worldwide. No membership fees. Everyone is welcome. Fun is compulsory so invite your friends. Come and share your green thinking with other like minded people and make it happen in Bali. Every first Monday of the month, 6.00pm @Manik Organik, Jl. Danau Tamblingan 85, Sanur, 0361-855 3380, <info@ manikorganikbali.com>, <www.manikorganikbali.com>. Green Drinks Kuta Green Drinks is a monthly gathering with different speakers and topics, around 20-30 minutes. After the speaker, time for Green Minds & Souls for learning, sharing, networking. We invite a speaker who can explore relevant issues and deliver practical ideas for making greener lifestyle choices. An informal, self-organizing network - Every month in Kuta!! Suggestions for topics and speakers are always welcome - To receive updates about speakers, please join #littletreebali on Facebook or call 752133. When: 3rd Tuesday of each month, 6:00 pm ˆ 7:30pm and onwards. Where: Little Tree Building, Sunset Road #112X (across Rip Curl). See you There! Green Drinks Ubud Green Drinks is a monthly gathering with different speakers and topics, around 20-30 minutes. After the speaker, time for “Green” Minds & Souls for learning, sharing, networking. We invite a speaker who can explore relevant issues and deliver practical ideas for making greener lifestyle choices. An informal, self-organizing network - Every month in Ubud!! We welcome Indonesian and English speakers. Suggestions for topics and speakers are always welcome. Contact Green Drinks Ubud on Facebook. To receive updates about speakers, please join Green Drinks Ubud on Facebook. When: 2nd Tuesday of each month, 6:30pm-7:30pm and onwards. Where: Bali Buda Ubud, Jl Jembawan #1 (across from the Ubud Post Office). See you There!

Gili Carriage Horse Support Network We work to raise awareness about the abuse & suffering of the horses on the Gili Islands. To petition local government for protection & change. We work together with Gili Eco Trust by helping to find Volunteers, Vets & Farriers to help with regular clinics on the islands. We help to raise donations for medicine & other items needed for the horses well being. If you would like to volunteer or help out in anyway you can find us on Facebook or email us at <gilicarriagehorse@yahoo. com>. Hare Krisna Hare Krishna (International Society for Krishna Consciousness / Sampradaya Kesadaran Krishna Indonesia). Jl. Tukad Balian 108X, Denpasar. More information: <visit.iskconbali.com> and <iskcon.or.id>. Hashing in Bali The best way of seeing the real Bali. Hash runs are held every Saturday, Monday and Thursday at 4:30. Hash sheets with maps and contact details are available at The Cat and Fiddle Restaurant and Mercy Photo in Sanur, Glory Restaurant and Bali Video in Kuta, Lips Bar in Seminyak and Naughty Nuri’s Warung in Ubud. Check out the website <www.balihash. com> for the latest hash news.

peace in their lives. Surya Dharma Healing Center, behind Dharma Usada Clinic, West Cemetery Str. Ubud. Phone: 0361- 976123, 0361- 971878 or email: <suryadharmabali@ hotmail.com>. International Christian Worship Service - Renon English language. Every Sunday evening at 6 pm Jl. Raya Puputan No. F16 (GBII) next door to Lila Travel. Sponsored by the Indonesian Independent Baptist Church, For further information please call Mr. John 0813 3814 8406. International Humanity Foundation International Humanity Foundation, or IHF for short, is an international organization with 6 locations worldwide that focus on education and support for children who might not otherwise receive this. The supplemental education we offer in Buitan is free for the children; hot water, computers and free education is a luxury for them... which is why we try to help fulfil at least the latter. We also promote the children with most needs online and internationally so that they and their families can be sponsored by international donors. International volunteers from all over the world join us in Kampung Buitan to share skills, laughs, and knowledge. Help us help them; find out more our website www.ihfonline.org, Facebook page facebook.com/ihfonline, volunteer blog ihfblog.wordpress.com or youtube channel youtube.com/user/ihfonline. Or call and let us know at +62822366-01544 that you’d like to come stop by and visit us here in Buitan; we’d be thrilled to welcome you!

Indonesian Philatelist Association We invite all stamp collectors and coin & bank note collectors to join Monthly Philately & Numismatic Bourse. At Denpasar Post Office every month at second week on Sunday start 9.30 am. The activities are bourse, auction and some times International Worship Service philatelist coaching and mini exhibition. Contact Mr. Ngurah Surya 081 755 4032 or email to: <suryastampsbali@hotmail. International Worship Service at Jl. Sunset Road Indah, Blok com>. 2 No. 11, Kuta-Bali (150m before Carrefour mall). Come to worship The Lord Jesus together with us in English, close to Informal Gathering Carrefour shopping centre at 11am every Sunday. For further Come and join us for a free informal gathering every Thursday info, call (0361) 855 0811, 081 138 0396, 081 2365 7553. and Sunday from 06.00 pm - 09.00 pm. Facilitated by : Agung Indra & Putu who have helped many people by enabling them Kendo + Ki Aikido to contact their ancestors for the answer, directions and Every Saturday, behind Mercure Sanur at 18.30-20.00. healing they need to create more happiness, health, and On appointment only. Call Sun 0857 1929 9897 for info.

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BE CHOCOLAT by Michel Clement

Ah there’s a new chocolate shop on the scene, called BE CHOCOLAT and the goodies inside are positively delicious, chocolate is addictive, it’s moorish and when you stand in this tiny shop, with your eyes wide open in astonishment you will feel compelled to keep adding more of their wondrous selection of chocolate to your little basket provided. Michel originally from Belgium (a country renowed for chocolate) and his charming wife Titus from Barcelona came to Bali following their children, and like many before them spied an opportunity, this is all it takes; the right idea, hard work and perserverence. BE CHOCOLAT was born ¿ve months back, a cute little shop on the very busy ‘back road’ to Canggu, but it’s easy to spot, part of a small group of shops on the right side of the road, just before you arrive at the well known eco resort Desa Seni. As soon as you push open the door, chocolate permeates the air, a huge countertop of trays ¿lled with assorted little lovelies, a feast for your eyes. <ou immediately hone in for a sample taste; dark, milk or white, and there’s plenty of it to thrill your tastebuds. The cacao bean is the hero, one of nature’s most potent antioxidant foods and the staple of all chocolate products. The cacao beans are found inside the pulp of the cacao fruit pod. BE CHOCOLAT source their dark cacao from West Africa, whereas the lighter bean is from Java. Milk or white chocolate are often mixed with cream to form what is known as a ganache which can be used to ¿ll a chocolate trufÀe, those little balls of deliciousness, just pop one into your mouth, yum! take another and just one more! Michel tells me the best sellers are trufÀes and slabs of chocolate which have been mixed with either a ¿ne bisTuet or crispy rice mix, you should try both, addictive! Dark chocolate is the favorite for western palates (a little is regarded as healthy) whereby the milk and white chocolate are sweeter and much loved by the local fraternity. Nuts & dried fruit feature as popular chocolate offerings; almonds, hazelnuts and cashews covered in a ¿ne coat of chocolate & what looks so decorative are the slices of orange or ginger that have been half dipped in chocolate. Chocolate treats await for upcoming Halloween, Christmas, St Valentines, Easter and the rest. Both Michel and Titus love to present clever seasonal ideas for you to enjoy and present to others, little offerings for those you love! There are chocolate buttons on sticks or go for the strawberry half dipped in chocolate, a special treat for anyone…particularly for children. What about a heart shaped birthday surprise; a rich chocolate mousse cake with a piece of chocolate atop complete with scrolled message, so chic! For your next home gathering order BE CHOCOLAT mousse for dessert or serve up a bowl of exotic fruit pieces, take a stick and dip into chocolate sauce. Enjoy a break with a Fruit & Chocolate mix at their shop, plenty of seating outside area (overhead cover) to indulge your taste buds, a yummy alternative instead of that piece of cake! Even for a corporate gift idea, choose one of three box sizes, add your company logo and there you have it, a nifty gift idea for who you wish to impress! BE CHOCOLAT serve icy cold chocolate smoothies, there’s the Drink of the Gods, a strong sensation for chocolate lovers inspired by an original Aztez recipe or a super Expresso to wash down all that chocolate you have just sampled (and paid for!) This enterprising couple have now set up their ¿rst license agreement in Barcelona, so who knows, where next?! BE CHOCOLAT Retail and Wholesale, Open daily from 11am to 8pm Jl Subak Sari No 4, Canggu, T: 0822 3741 4584 E: bechocolatbali@gmail.com Facebook / bechocolate by michel clement

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Ubud Area UBUD SPICY MEMORIES Ten years since my ¿rst visit to Sanur’s Warung Mak Beng for her ¿ery, spicy, delicious “lunch set”. One bowl of chili ¿sh head soup (¿rst time I’d tasted cucumber in a soup; such a great idea), one extra crispy piece of still-kicking-fresh local ¿sh, the best sambal – locals are aghast when I eat it with a teaspoon – and a bowl of rice, washed down with es jeruk (fresh orange drink). So it’s gotta be ten years too since the ¿rst time one of my good friends, Pak Rama, took me for a drive to see the island. Thanks Rama for the introduction to Mak Beng’s, and all the help you’ve given me since. Call Rama for island tours and drives around Ubud on 0822 363 32943. Warung Mak Beng, Jl. Hang Tuah no. 45, Sanur. SUPPORT EMERGING ARTISTS Heyokah Art House in Jl Andong has a one-month international kickstarter campaign to raise funds for helping artists. Less than a year old, this busy, welcoming art space does a lot to support emerging Indonesian and Balinese artists, raising money via great art exhibitions and a variety of art classes. The kickstarter campaign offers a variety of great rewards for donors at various levels, including free sculptures, ceramics, acrylic and oil paintings, and art lessons. Head to www.kickstarter.com, search “Heyokah Art House”, donate whatever you can, and forward the info to friends, please. P: 0821 4427 7901. North on Jl Andong, on the right near the petrol station. SPA, 1; CUSTOMER, 1 On the other hand, a young Canadian couple received great customer service, after a misunderstanding about the cost of transport. They chose to book a massage at Kori Ubud Resort Spa, partly because Kori also has a swimming pool to relax in after a treatment, and partly because the reception staff had said “we can pick you up” (they assumed free of charge). When they called to make a booking, they found out they’d have to pay, thus doubling their cost. Only minutes later there was a polite call back, from the spa’s manager; he’d like to give them a VIP massage, with no charge for the driver, and an apology for any misunderstanding. The massage was wonderful and the pool pretty ¿ne on a hot day too. People don’t need a lot. A good product or service, correction for errors, apology where it’s owed and being treated like a someone who matters, not like a number or a wallet. Kori , Jl Raya Sanggingan, south of Naughty Nuri’s. T: +62 361 972487; E: sales@koriubud.com. WINGING IT? An Aussie ex-pat returned to Bali from visiting the Bumi Sehat youth centre project, in the tiny coastal town of Sama Tiga, Aceh. Leaving her friends there at 9am, she Àew from Meulaboh with Wings/ Lion Air, via Medan Sumatra and then Jakarta, where she knew she had to check-in again, on a separate Wings ticket to Bali. Wings allows 10 kg, Lion 15, so she had to pay extra luggage TWICE with same airline. Each leg was delayed over an hour, and – you guessed it – they had lost her luggage by

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A day later, Wings rang. The bags were found and were on their way to Ubud. But …. the baggage was overweight, remember. No “We’re sorry for losing your bags for 30 hours”, just, “You owe us money”. Too staggered to protest (and conscious that the bags were yet to appear), she agreed. So Wings/ Lion 1: Customer 0. WHO’S WHO CAFÉ Tom has opened a little resto called Who’s Who in Ubud – a town hardly big enough, among this muddled mix of spiritual searchers and attention-seeking extroverts, to have a “who’s who”. But as far as what’s what, their menu is excellent and the smiling wait team really knows its stuff!

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We had a super delicious tom yum – de¿nitely made from scratch and with a delicious stock as base – for less than 30,000rp, followed by a black shrimp (think scampi or yabby) dish with a light herb and celery-based sauce and tiny new potatoes poached in the broth. Madness, but we were too full to try the caramel and vanilla panna cotta dessert, which we’d already heard was fab. Going south after Casa Taco, look for the sign on left/ go down lane to Lili’s House, opposite the ever-awesome Goddess on the Go. www.whoswhosworld.com. KEEP DENGUE-FREE Mozzies never travel more than 300 meters from where they hatch, humans travel and carry disease with them. So the dengue virus, like malaria, spreads. Ubud clinics are reporting cases of dengue at the moment and it’s seriously NOT a disease you want anyone in your family to catch. If you are travelling, make sure you wear insect repellant, even under your yoga pants (!) both day and evening, reapply when sweat or rain washes it off, and sleep under a mosquito net. C/U/G-14 May 14

The tropical dengue-carrying mosquito is an “urban-dweller” – liking to hatch its larvae into small bodies of still water – ponds, stagnant drains, inside that old car tyre, half-full buckets – near to or inside houses, and once it’s Àying, will rest mostly within buildings, under tables in dark corners etc., feeding during the day as well as at night. If you are living here, or want to offer suggestions with your hosts, you can help reduce dengue-friendly habitats. If you catch the disease – most common symptoms are blinding headache behind the eyes and high fever – go to Toyo or Ubud Clinic to get platelet levels tested and drink lots of water. A CIDER INSIDE YA Last time I went back to Oz, every bar and restaurant seemed to have a couple of “boutique” ciders – I remember a delicious apple and pomegranate version. In the past, I’ve only had one shocker super sickly sweet version here in Ubud. Now I can happily make a recommendation for Ubud restaurants, bars and cafes that support local and Indonesian products. Stock local Albens sparkling cider; it is crisp and fresh. “Pressed from hand-selected apples and naturally matured; 4.9% alcohol”. Yep, they’ve got it right. Not sure where to buy it wholesale, but both Bintang and Delta stock it – in soft drink section.

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Wijaya joins the line-up, as does How to act Indonesian YouTube hit sensation Sacha Stevenson. Hit ¿lm JALANAN will be screened again, and Elizabeth Pisani will give the backstory to her phenomenal book Indonesia etc. Many sessions will explore the important issues gripping this diverse and fascinating country.

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Cooking Classes (No minimum) Jalan Suweta No. 1, Ubud, Bali (Opposite Puri Saren Palace) Phone / Fax: (0361) 974 217 E : bumbu_bali@yahoo.com www.bumbubaliresto.com

CULTURAL WARRIORS Want to dive head¿rst into all things Balinese culture? Cultural Workshops give you a chance to get hands-on, trying out Batik, Balinese cooking, herb walks, offering making, painting, and more.

Whether you’ve got wanderlust in your blood, a passion for storytelling, or a curiosity about all things cultural, Ubud Writers & Readers Festival has something to tempt you. The Festival spans October 1-5, 2014, with over 200 events in more than 50 venues. Set in the world-renowned ‘green village’ of Ubud, it’s a rare treat to soak up cultural and literary delights all set against a lush jungle backdrop. Dabble in a lot or a little, it’s up to you…

LITERARY LOVERS As a literary festival, naturally Ubud Writers & Readers Festival has lots to entice the book lovers out there. With over 150 writers from more than 25 countries – including Amitav Ghosh, Val McDermid, Cyrus Mistry, Tash Aw, Eimear McBride, Patricia Grace, Hassin Blasim, Robyn Davidson, Kate Holden, Rayya Elias and more – it’s an exciting celebration of global issues, big ideas, and extraordinary stories. The Main Program runs from Oct 2-5, each day a smorgasbord of intriguing in-conversations, panel sessions, and discussions about literature and the world at large. The 2014 theme is Saraswati: Wisdom & Knowledge, and how the Balinese Hindu goddess of the science and arts embodies the spirit of Bali and what the world has to learn from the wisdom of creative expression. SELF IMPROVERS Aspiring writers, storytellers, scripters, poets, illustrators and more, the Workshop Program is for you. Whether you’re after something informal or an intensive masterclass, this is your chance to learn from the best. Join an intensive masterclass with travel writing great Colin Thubron, enjoy a fun letter-writing session with short story writer Andrew Lam, tackle good script-writing with Rolf de Heer, transform into a comic book artist with Ant Sang, or many more besides. TRAVELLERS Travelling to Ubud is only half the fun. Take in a delectable Traveller’s Lunch with Colin Thubron, intrepid adventurer Tim Cope and bestselling Indonesian author Ahmad Fuadi. Or, jump on two wheels for a literary bike tour, or go slow and take a ‘Jalan Jalan’ (a ‘wander’) with author of hit book Savage Harvest, Carl Hoffman. FOODIES It’s not just about the written word. Cooking demonstrations lead by the Festival’s exotic authors and chefs are held daily near the main venues in The Kitchen, providing an up close and personal encounter with. Invited guests include Chris Salans, Will Goldfarb, Bondan Winarno, Eelke Plasmeijeer, Bali-based bloggers Bayu Amus and Amanda Niode and more, plus writers from the main program will share family recipes and the incredible stories behind them. You can feast on words, wisdom and home-cooked specialties while soaking in the laid-back ambience of Ubud. Tickets are only IDR 50,000, and include a bite to eat. Buy them on the door or at the Box Of¿ce. INDONESIA-PHILES From Indonesia the Festival has invited publishing pioneer and man-of-letters Goenawan Mohamad, intellectual and Islamic scholar Azyumardi Azra, respected Ubud-based art patron and gallerist, Agung Rai, indie rocking artists Made Bayak Muliana, and award-winning documentary maker Dwitra J Ariana. ‘Truman Capote with a machete’ and acclaimed architect, garden designer and columnist Made

GLOBAL CITIZENS Plenty of Festival participants are ardent human rights activists and social commentators, from the one-time UN Representative in Sudan Mukesh Kapila, to frontline journalist Pallavi Aiyar, cyber-dissident and secretary of PEN Myanmar Nay Phone Latt, and Polish activist, editor and journalist Adam Michnik. For the environmentally aware, the exciting Environment Day program on October 5 held at the award-winning Fivelements – a majestic bamboo pavilion – features discussions on climate change, coral rehabilitation and Indonesia’s forests with spokespeople including conservationist Tim Flannery, Keibo Oiwa, environmentalist and media personality Nadya Hutagalung, CEO of Body Shop Indonesia Suzy Hutomo, coral reef artist Celia Gregory and more. DIGITAL JUNKIES For the ¿rst time the Festival is decamping to incredible coworking space Hubud for a series of digital dialogues perfect for creative innovators, data junkies and the tech-curious for the Festival weekend, October 4-5. Find out about selfpublishing, social media, crowd-funding and more with artists including Julie Renouf, Guy Vincent, Connor Tomas O’Brien, Maggie Tiojakin, André Dao, Ninda Daianti and more. SURFERS Great surf, high times: the Festival is partnering with Deus ex Machina in Canggu to bring you a sea salt-sprayed suite of events, launches and exhibitions. Meet iconic surfers, revisit Bali in the 70s through a series of eye-opening photos, and watch surf classic Morning of the Earth on October 2; plus up in Ubud catch wave legend Rusty Miller and Phil Jarratt in conversation on October 4.

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YOGIS We’re putting some limber in your literature with our stream of all things stretchy. Daily Free Yoga Classes will be available near the Main Program area, and you can also head to the famed Yoga Barn for a series of special events; Indian mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik followed by a musical Gandhi tribute; and one of Bali’s ¿rst yoga teachers and author of Baby and a Backpack, Jane Cornelius. FUN SEEKERS & ARTS AFFICIONADOS When the sun goes down the Festival Club begins with a free program that runs late and provides a chance to kick off your heels, sip on iridescent cocktails, laugh, relax and meet the authors – including poet Paulo José Miranda, author Minae Mizumura, writer Aline Davidoff, Icelandic novelist and collaborator with Björk, Sjón. Arts-lovers can witness world-famous didgeridoo player William Barton, dance-opera fusion Ontosoroh, a tribute night for the iconic Balinese artist Lempad, a Pecha Kucha and a Poetry Slam. One evening treats you to a live ‘comic concert’ courtesy German graphic novelist Reinhard Kleist. Witness his illustrations of Johnny Cash on the big screen, all to a fun soundtrack by tribute band John & the Jail Story. The Closing Night Party is the must-go party of the Festival. The night sky is your witness for an evening of vibed-up world-music, exuberant dancing, and shoulder-rubbing with Festival friends, artists and old-hands. Nearly all of the Festival’s arts events are free, as are the ¿lm screenings.

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ALL OF THE ABOVERS No matter where your interests lie, the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival has something to tempt you. It will just be a matter of squeezing it all in – no matter what you choose, you’ll leave with memories to last a lifetime. Ubud Writers & Readers Festival runs from Oct 1-5, 2014. Buy your Festival Passes, Special Events tickets and Workshop places at www.ubudwritersfestival.com – where you will ¿nd more program information and scheduling also.

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SCHEDULE THAT Bali Global Initiative Networking Youth Conference ance. Included in the price is hotel accommodation at Purimaharani, breakfast, lunch plus welcome dinner, 2 trips, 1 (3 – 5 October) Last year’s conference was huge success and it is great to see it back again. As I mentioned a year ago the youth of today are the next generation and this conference offers an opportunity to raise awareness about global issues. Canggu Community School will play host to the Global Initiative Networking Youth Conference (GIN) for a second year. Students will be introduced to presenters striving to make the world a better place for all with eco-warriors, sustainable farmers and story tellers leader workshops. The conference has many exciting activities including presentations, shows and workshops which are linked to the UN Millennium Development goals. Oodles of knowledge and experience that help to shape the future will be gained by the youth of today. Knowledge will be shared and the aim is to create shared goals and understanding of global values. There is a superb line up of events for young people. The documentary Jalanan by Daniel Ziv, an Ubud film maker will be shown. The ¿lm ‘Rise of the Eco Warriers’ which documents Kodi Twiner and Chris Gautier journey into Borneo rehabilitating orang-utans will also be shown with both eco-activists present. There are all sorts of other programmes including skateboarding, sur¿ng, movie making and permaculture gardening which will appeal to the active youths. Students from Bali and beyond are invited to attend the conference and the student leaders from Canggu Community School will play host to students from other schools. On 3 October in conjunction with the Ubud Writer’s and Reader’s Festival, acclaimed author Alison Lester will lead a workshop for a mixed age group interested in writing children’s stories. Graphic illustrator Reinhard Kleist will also present a workshop about creating a graphic novel. A J Betts who had her ¿rst poem published when she was 12 will also be at the conference. A J Betts will lead a session on creative writing for lower secondary students. The talents of these people are sure to inspire the youth of today and it is important as the youth of today are the adults of tomorrow who we are going to depend on to strive to make a difference in all walks of life. The youth of the community are invited to attend this 3 day programme so do encourage those you know to come along for this great experience. Where

: Canggu Community School, Jl Subak Sari, Banjar Tegal, Gundul, Canggu Contact : 8446391 www.facebook.com/pages/Gin-ConferenceBali-October-2014

Island Retreat (8 October – 17 October)

Balinese Massage, a welcome bag and the retreat programme. You can book on line and ¿nd out more information.

Cost : £1180 (single) £1050 (double) Contact : hello@vishoka.net www.vishoka.net/product/ bali-retreat

Wine Pairing Meal (3 October) Safari Chic is yet another addition to the ever expanding and ever changing Jl Oberoi. How spoilt we are to have such an amazing variety of restaurants in such as small vicinity! This is de¿nitely a value for money evening with a 6 course set. The soft opening has taken place through September and this restaurant and sky garden is de¿nitely worth checking out. Do make a reservation for this evening.

At our shop in Ubud, our friendly staff will guide you to all things of a Spiritual/ New Age nature, including: Books, Music CDs, DVDs, Crystals, Incense, Jewelry, Inspirational Cards, Candles, Yoga Mats, Meditation Cushions, Engraved Stones, Tibetan Bowls, Clothing and more… Jalan Hanoman #64 – Ubud, Bali. Tel: 0361 796 9178 C/U/G-30 Oct. 13

Ganesha Bookshop

Ubud : Sanur : Kerobokan

Independent bookseller in Bali since 1986 Ganesha in Ubud :Books, Maps, Cards, Old Print Posters & more. Jalan Raya (near the Post Office), Ubud, Bali Tel: (62 361) 970320 Web: www.ganeshabooksbali.com Email: info@ganeshabooksbali.com Extensive range of New, Used, Rare and Out of Print Books. Used Books returnable for 50% refund. Good books at good prices. Eat, Drink, Read and Lounge at: Ganesha inside Biku Jalan Petitenget 888, Kerobokan

Cost : IDR550,000 Where : Safari Chic, Jl Oberoi No 86, Seminyak Contact : 47410023 info@safarichicbali.com www.safarichicbali.com

New, Used and Out-of-Print Books Ganesha in Sanur Jalan Danau Tamblingan 42, Sanur

Books for Bali Project (est. 2004) A special project to support literacy, learning and reading for pleasure in the local community. We donate books to local schools and libraries. Check in the store or on the website for more details.

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Unicef Charity Event (31 October) This event is scheduled nicely to coincide with Halloween. If you do not feel like doing the usual Halloween stuff then this is a great alternative. The UNICEF charity event encompasses a concert featuring up and coming Indonesian stars. As winner of Indonesian Idol 2014, Papuan born Nowela Sihombing is bound to rise to fame quickly with her amazing voice. What is great is the fact that she is part of this concert to raise funds for children. Joining her is Petra Sihombing enjoying hits high up in the Indonesian charts. The two stars will meet guests and fans at Prego, the Italian Restaurant at the Westin Resort followed by an interactive sharing session and high tea. The high tea includes delicious treats both sweet and savoury. The main event will follow with solo performances by both singers. Children chosen from leading musical schools in Bali will join Nowela and Petra Sihombing for a musical number. Limited places are available for the musical rendezvous so do call soon to reserve your place. All proceeds from this event will be donated to UNICEF who are supporting educational opportunities and vaccines for children across the Asia Paci¿c Region. I know that people and organisations in Bali and Indonesia are doing amazing fundraisers for local communities. These communities are fortunate to have that help but so often that are children in need in far Àung places and it is great to see that this money will make a difference to the children in need around the region. The UNICEF Check Out for Children Program has supported the immunization of thousands of young women and children against several preventable diseases. This is going to be a very special evening and worth attending and supporting such a worthy cause so call and reserve your place as soon as possible.

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Restaurant Review

By Gerry Williams E-mail: gerry@balieats.com

Innovative Mexican! AriBar has followed the trend. Mexican cuisine was all the rage in Bali in the 1990’s but then almost disappeared [with the exception of good old TJ’s] over the past decade. Now they are re-appearing all over Bali, from Canggu to Ubud, and all points in between. AriBar is one of the better ones, operated by industry professionals rather than just enthusiastic hobbyists. Amazing good value as well! However what is interesting about this one is that many of the dishes, whilst following strict Mexican cuisine rules, are very different from what is available elsewhere. Located at the front of The Bali Garden Beach Resort [where Ryoshi used to be, who are now moved to the street-front row of small restaurants and cafes, 100 metres away] the decor is typical Mex, as is the food, but with a few sly touches, here and there. Start with a variety of finger food. Corn on the cob is simply char-grilled, street style, but with cheese, chipotle [smokefried jalapeno chilli], mayonnaise and lime. The Chicken Wings are hot and spicy and of course there are Nachos, crisp tortilla chips topped with chilli con carne and cheese, served with guacamole, pico de gallo and sour cream. A surprise was the amazing little Corn Cakes [pictured], their centre is 100% corn, the patty crumbed and fried, topped with guacamole, pico de gallo [fresh uncooked salad mix of tomato, onion, peppers, etc] and a small slab of crisp pork belly. Sometime it is the simplest of dishes that can command your attention and stay in the memory….these I could eat all day. The Tostaditas [4 per serving board] include traditional and experimental. Vegetarian [sweet corn, black bean, cheese, jalapeno and salsa verde], Prawn [marinated and combined with guacamole, mango salsa and orange sauce], Duck [braised and combined with bell peppers, feta cheese and tamarind mayonnaise], Goat [braised with pico de gallo, red chilli, mint and jalapeno sauce] and Pork Cheek [slow braised with cilantro and jalapeno with chipotle mayonnaise]. I tried the Duck Tostaditas and thought they were great, the duck though shredded after the braising still retained its full flavour and the accompanying bits were perfectly matched.

The unusual choice of meats, and their tastiest cuts, is a feature of the menu here. Local pork and goat in particular are often served in Bali restaurants as tough slabs of meat that are almost inedible. At AriBar the meats are slow braised for up to 4 hours, resulting in tender and tasty meat, but still at budget prices. Fajitas can be chicken, beef or prawn. All served on a flat piece of tortilla with bell peppers, onion, pico de gallo, guacamole and sour cream. Burritos [chicken or beef] are soft tortillas rolled around Mexican rice, re-fried beans, guacamole, pico de gallo. sour cream and shredded lettuce]. The Enchilladas are stuffed with chicken or beef and topped with a chilli tomato sauce. Different entrees, with a bit of imagination, include King Prawns, the meat grilled on toast with garlic and almond verde sauce. Pork Belly, on just about every menu in Bali, is braised and topped with pickled onions, cream sauce and fried parsley. Salads can be the very Mexican Jicama [yam beans] with mango, black bean, bell peppers, tortilla chips and an orange dressing. The Baby Octopus Salad is more Mediterranean, with lettuce, spring onions, sweet corn, feta cheese and an oregano herb dressing. Tacos and Quesadillas can be ordered individually. The Taco is a crisp shell that does not shatter at first bite. Standard Tacos [beef, prawn, fish or pork cheek] or something different, Chipotle Carne Asada, consists of marinated sirloin with coriander, caramelized onion and pico de gallo. The excellent tortilla Quesadillos can be stuffed with chicken, prawns, pork cheek, goat or just vegetables. Combined with a sauce with a bit of a bite, they are very good. Mains, if you can handle one after all the traditional starters, are fairly simple, Burgers [Beef with pineapple, jalapeno and cheese or Baja Chicken, spicy fillet with red bell pepper, guacamole, onion and grilled pineapple]. The Rubbed Pork Fillet [pre rubbed with spices and herbs] is served with a wow walnut and tequila raisin sauce. Honey Ribs are with a chilli sauce. Desserts are international apart from the Mexican Churros, served with cinnamon sugar, chocolate sauce on the side. Mexican at Kuta prices rather than the trendy café ones, surprisingly cheap and from a very professional hygienic kitchen, all served with a smile …amazingly good value! Arriba, arriba!

QUICK REVIEW Restaurant

: AriBar

Address

: Bali Garden Beach Resort, Jl. Kartika Plaza, Tuban [South Kuta].

Telephone

: 752.725

Open

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

Non-smoking Area : Yes [inside air-con]. Smoking Area

: Yes [covered side terrace].

Air-conditioned

: Yes

Parking

: Secure in hotel parking, beside

Price

: Rp. 300,000 for two [+ drinks].

Credit Cards

: All major cards.

Food

: Mexican.

restaurant entrance.

Wine

: Good list.

Service

: With a smile.

Atmosphere

: A Mexican eating house.

Overall

: Great value!

Copyright © 2014 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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Update Lola at L Hotel [’L’ for love] has had a facelift. This mezzanine restaurant on Raya Petitenget,

Kerobokan is now air-conditioned and specializes in Indonesia’s local cuisine with dishes from all over the archipelago. Start with all time favourite Jakarta ‘betawi’ street food, Asinan Jakarta, crisp vegetables wrapped in rice paper after being drizzled with palm sugar, served on a carpaccio of pineapple. Equally as refreshing is the Salada Mangga Udang, a salad of prawns and mango with a chilli lime and coconut dressing. Perkedels are common on menus but this one is a Perkedel Kepiting, crab cake with dabu-dabu sauce [spicy, from Manado]. The sampling plate of starters is a good option. The mains continue the all over Indonesia trend. Naturally there are Satays, Mie and Nasi Goreng available but also Bali’s Ayam Bumbu Kecap, chicken pieces wok-fried in sweet soy, and for those who want a bit more heat, Sapi Asam Pedas, grilled tenderloin of beef that has been pre-marinated, a sauce of tamarind and chilli. Seafood can be Grilled Mahi-Mahi ot Snapper Fillet perfectly steamed the Asian way [pictured] that retains all the flavour, served on sauteed bok choy, mushroom and ginger. For dessert Bali’s Bubur Injin, black sticky rice pudding with coconut milk or Kue Labu, pumpkin cake. From everwhere is Dadar Gulung that chocolate crepe with caramelized banana, tamarillo sauce and vanilla ice cream or the more unusual Tiga Cita Rasam, a pudding of coconut, vanilla and pandanus. An intimate little dining room, with style!

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Star Apple has been open on Jln. Batu Belig, Kerobokan for some months now but surprisingly I have only just discovered it. Part owner Ray Moore was an integral part of David Thompson’s success story in Sydney, beginning with the original Darley Street Thai [where I used to dine, a couple of times a week] then running the front-of-house when David set up Sailors Thai in Sydney’s Rocks area. Not surprisingly a few of David Thompson’s favourite dishes are on the menu here at Star Apple. A vegetarian version of his Ha Mor [pineapple or mandarin segments topped with crushed peanuts, tempe and palm sugar paste] is on the menu as is David’s famous Egg Nets, a net of egg wrapped around a filling of prawns, shallots and sprouts, all drizzled with tamarind sauce. Whilst there are many great Thai dishes on this menu there are also a few other Aussie favorites from neighbouring cuisines including a version of the Cantonese San Choy Bow [a crisp lettuce leaf is used to wrap around a mix of grilled minced chicken laced with hoisin, messy but nice!] and Curry Puffs, these ones are vegetarian with sweet potato, lime leaves and nahm jim. Vegetarians are well catered for, but it is veggie with taste; Salad of red kidney beans, roasted pumpkin with a lemon zest dressing, Dahl with capsicum chutney, beetroot relish and roti and Vegetarian Spring Rolls Malay style [Poppiah] with hoisin dipping sauce. Amazingly in this expensive area Star Apple is still very budget priced, a clean little three-in-one restaurant [inside air-con, street terrace and smoking lounge]. Friendly service from both the owners and the young enthusiastic staff, fun dining with taste! I will soon be back for more. Romeo’s is an open terrace restaurant at Ossotel on Jln Padma Utara, Legian. Whilst the hotel name openly suggests that it has been aimed at the Australian market so too has the cleverly designed menu at Romeo’s that contains many of the favourite dishes of Australia’s surburbia, the market that Ossotel has targeted. TV screens around the wall with sporting content and late evening live entertainment all add to the equation, perfect for some, a deterrent to others. Snacks abound; Salads, Sandwiches [ham & cheese or steak], Pasta [bolognese, carbonara or marinara] and Hamburgers and other things [chicken burrito]. Australia’s favourite Pizza is there [ham & pineapple, called a Hawaiian in OZ] and the universal Fish & Chips. From the BBQ there are steaks, chops, prawns and chicken or a monster Mixed Grill for 2. Other mains include Wiener Schnitzel, pan-seared John Dory, Duck & Pumpkin Ravioli and an unusual Green Curry Prawn Pot Pie with a pastry topping. A Family Roast can be ordered for 5-6 people; Pork Loin, Chicken or Lamb Leg. The prices are quite reasonable and in keeping with the market and this area.

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Room 4 Dessert is a daring experiment, a restaurant just for desserts [+ cocktails]. It is found on Jln. Sanginggan, north-west of Ubud, in a renovated version of the site that once housed the late night OZIGO, and later the failed Bricks. Will Goldfarb was the pastry chef at Ku de ta, but has now taken up the challenge to do what no one so far has ever before been game to try! A dessert only restaurant [and only 9 choices at that] certainly limits your chances, particularly in a tourist town and on this road that has already seen so many failures, even big name ones who were previously established elsewhere. However with desserts such as Black Rice Pudding with rambutan, passion and chia seeds, Rum Soaked Brioche with milk jam, snakefruit ice and cashew nutella, and Armagnac refined camembert, langsat ‘raisin’ no-knead ciabatta, kemangi pesto and rosella he is certainly stretching the boundaries. Prefer something simple? There is always the Crème Brulee, just traditional and plain vanilla. Elsewhere is now open for Brunch! This small restaurant on Jln. Danau Poso, Sanur, is rapidly growing in stature as more people discover its interesting and innovative dishes. Fronted by young Aussie chef Brad Harrison, he tries to produce healthy cuisine offerings, but they are never bland. Brunch is from 10.00 till 4.00 from when the dinner menu takes over. For brunch you can have a traditional breakfast or a Breakfast Bap [fried egg, bacon, salsa, hash brown and hollandaise served in a hamburger bun] or go breakfast Vietnamese style with Banh Xeo, the Vietnamese pancake, stuffed with chili lime chicken [or ginger beef], bean sprouts, crisp lettuce, coriander, mint, chili, spring onion, pickled veg, peanuts, fried shallot and nahm jim. All Day Burgers include the amazing Black Burger, a beef patty with bacon, iceberg lettuce, onion, cheese, tomato and salsa served in Elsewhere’s unique black burger bun [black from bamboo charcoal which is supposedly a great body de-tox]. Other luncheon dishes include Aglio e Olio Pasta with crispy pork belly [or Chicken] tossed with chili, garlic, sun-dried tomato, fresh herbs, parmesan and their Pan Seared Fish of the Day [or Chicken Fillet] served with a green salad, mash puree [or French fries] and lemon butter sauce. All at those budget prices and served with a smile.

Trattoria struggled on Jln. Raya Sanginggan, Ubud, a street as difficult to succeed on as Sunset Road and The ByPass, and they have not been the only ones as many other failures preceded them, from both those who also had previously well established credentials and others who were just enthusiastic beginners. Amazingly, Trattoria has now moved to an even more difficult location, hidden away in Nyuh Kuning, in behind the Monkey Forest. Ten years ago Ubud lacked an Italian restaurant of any kind, let alone a good one. Now there are many Italian restaurants although as with Trattoria Pizza and Pasta are the main offerings. Trattoria certainly wins the ‘biggest pizza menu’ competition, but now in 2014 Ubud has 11 ‘Italian’ restaurants and another 13 that offer pizzas. As with most cuisines in Bali probably the best will succeed, the rest perish. But with 24 offering pizzas it is certain that some good ones will unfortunately fall out with the bad. When Trattoria first opened on Jln, Laksmana, Kerobokan, along with Mykonos, 12 years ago, it heralded the arrival of Eat Street, simple good value food, no frills or fuss, just what Bali had been looking for. Gerry Williams For more information see our website: www.balieats.com C/R/I-01 Oct 14


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Swim with us! drinks + bites = swim Take a dip in our beautiful lagoon shaped swimming pool or simply unwind poolside. Complimentary pool towels and sun beds available daily.

Minimum consumption of Rp 200,000 net per person, children below 12 years old enjoy the pool for free. No reservation possible, subject to availability.

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Restaurant Review Class on a Tropical Island!

By Gerry Williams www.gotolombok.com

QUICK REVIEW Restaurant

: Karma Beach Club.

Address

: Karma Resort, Gili Meno, Lombok.

Telephone

: (0361) 473.8564.

Open

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

Price

: Rp. 800,000 for two [+ drinks]

Credit Cards

: All major cards.

The range of Sushi also suits the location and is once again something not generally available elsewhere in Lombok, and all prepared fresh every day. All the styles are here; Californian Rolls as well as Nigiri and Sashimi. Take the easy option and just order the Karma Oishi Plate and share 2 rolls, 6 nigiri and 6 sashimi, sip some bubbly and then order another plate of same.

Food

: International.

Wine

: Good list.

Service

: Relaxed, with style.

Now Lombok gets into the act with their fantastic Karma Beach Club on the south-eastern shores of Gili Meno, where you can dine, beach-side, overlooking neighbouring Gili Air, the island of Lombok stretched across the horizon.

Atmosphere

: White sand, blue waters.

A popular pastime is to order a Bucket of Prawns, chilled on dry ice, with maybe as few freshly shucked oysters on the side.

Overall

: Better than the rest!

Lombok’s Karma Beach Club is located at the soon to be rebranded Karma Beach Resort [formerly The Royal Bungalows], bringing luxury of a different level to this magical tropical island.

Keeping to the Mediterranean flavour Pizzas are also available, in traditional or innovative mode; BBQ Duck and Goat Cheese, Gorgonzola and Chorizo, Spiced Baja Chicken and Basil Pesto, Pineapple and Smoked Bacon or a couple of local versions [Satay Chicken & Tofu and BBQ Beef with Bali’s Sambal Matah].

Karma Beach Club is something different. It all started with the opening of the Nammos Beach Club at Karma Kandara, Uluwatu, on Bali’s southern shores, 10 years ago. Using the same basic plan Karma Beach Clubs have since opened in Fiji and The Bahamas.

Begin your feast with a Watermelon Gazpacho, chilled with a drop of extra virgin olive oil and fresh crab meat or pretend you are on the Mediterranean [very easy to do] and enjoy a very traditional Salade Nicoise, grilled tuna tossed with green beans, potato, tomato, cucumber, olives, red onion and boiled egg, drizzled with French dressing. The location is well suited to snacking or just nibbling, whilst sipping cocktails or even some French bubbly. Those so inclined are well looked after. A Mezze Plate of hummus, babaganoush, spicy harissa, an olive tapenade and pita bread [still warm, straight from the kitchen], or maybe a simple plate of French Fries but with a truffle mayonnaise and sea salt to lift them to this level. Salads suit the beach, all the usual ones are here plus a few specials; Aragula & Pumpkin [with Spanish onion, Parma ham and a vinaigrette of feta and balsamic], Roasted Rainbow Beet [with baby Romaine lettuce, walnut and shallot cider

vinaigrette, sprinkled with Parmesan], Watermelon and Feta [sweet basil dressing], Ahi Tuna [with oven-dried tomatoes, roasted garlic, grilled Portobello Mushrooms, feta cheese and a vinaigrette made from aged red wine] or just a simple salad of Fennel, Tomato, Radish and Orange.

More formal dining is also a possibility, select from the wide range of small plates, good for sharing. King Prawns [in a San Miguel batter with a dip of paprika and lemon mayonnaise], Crumbed Chicken Breast [roasted garlic mayonnaise], Butterfly King Scampi [sautéed in chilli and garlic infused oil], Vongole [with angel hair pasta and clams] or a Lamb Risotto. There is always a full range of fresh seafood, simply grilled to order including both lobster and crayfish. Platters of mixed seafood are great for sharing. Desserts are fairly basic but after that feast maybe just a scoop or two of their wonderful homemade butterscotch ice cream may suffice. That the quality and class of dining on Gili Meno has been lifted to this level signifies the rapid maturing of the Lombok market. It is now possible to enjoy a stress-free holiday in tropical bliss without having to do away with all those luxury trappings.

Copyright © 2014 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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Printing is a habit, and it can be a costly one. We print documents, emails, bills, receipts, photos and other types of files. All of these things come to us in digital form, so the trick is to realize that converting them to paper just makes it harder to manage and find them later. Many things are printed for record-keeping purposes. But the best record-keeper available may be your email server. Instead of printing a Word document or PDF, email a copy to yourself, and Gmail (or whatever email service you use) will keep it safe forever. You can also find it again with simple search, or tag it with keywords so that you can easily find all documents that relate to a given topic. If you use webmail, you have the added benefit that your important documents are stored online, and won’t be lost if your hard drive fails.

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Bills, receipts, monthly statements, correspondence, jokes and pictures of cute babies will flow into your inbox. Let them stay there! Printing these things is old-school thinking, and ultimately makes it harder to find the information at a later date. When you generate a document, rather than mailing it, ask the recipient if it would be okay to “print” it to a PDF file and email it, instead of sending it to a paper-guzzling printer. Most people will actually prefer this, because it eliminates the delay of mailing. Microsoft Word supports this trick; choose Save As and then look for the PDF or XPS option on the options menu. “XPS” is a Microsoft format built into Windows. It’s inferior to PDF but there in case you need it. Any application that can print can instead save to a PDF file, using one of several free or trial ware PDF printer utilities. I have used CutePDF Writer (http://www.cutepdf.com/) and several others. Of course, Adobe Acrobat will convert almost any file format to PDF. Instead of printing something in order to fax it, try a free Internet fax service (http://askbobrankin.com/free_internet_faxing_ services.html). All of them accept either email attachments or uploads of Word, JPG, and other popular file formats and then fax them for you. Of course, you can’t control whether the recipient prints that incoming fax or not, but there are also faxto-email services that funnel your incoming faxes to your email inbox. See Free Inbound Faxing (http:// askbobrankin.com/get_a_free_inbound_fax_number.html) for details on that. Don’t print photos unless you are making a special gift photo album for Grandma. Just upload your digital images to Photobucket (http://photobucket.com/) or a similar cloud service, and send your friends the private link to that album. A growing number of newlyweds are going that route. See Free Online Photo Storage and Sharing (http://askbobrankin.com/ free_ online_photo_storage_and_sharing.html) for lots of options. Software and Online Services That Can Help What if you receive a document that you have to sign and return? For that, there are services like Vletter (http://www.vletter. com/ ) which will scan your handwritten signature and convert it into a Windows font that you can insert anywhere, at any size required. No more printing, signing, scanning, and emailing or faxing. You can create your own graphic image of your scanned signature and insert it into documents, too. Other online services such as Docusign (https://www.docusign.com/) handle the digital signature process with a completely web-based process.

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It’s getting ever easier to save paper. The Chrome browser has print-to-PDF capability built into it; you can even select one page or a range of pages in a multi-page Web page after previewing it. (Use File+Print, then press the Change button to see this option.) Firefox can do likewise with a free add-on called “Print Pages to PDF.” The PDF printer emulators mentioned above work with any browser. Chrome also has a “Save to Drive” feature (accessible via the Print dialog) that saves the file currently displayed on your browser in your Google Drive cloud storage space. Internet Explorer prints to OneNote in the cloud-based version of Office. Firefox has add-ons such as Cloud Printer for Mobile and others for desktop PCs. The Evernote (https://evernote.com/) app, which I use AND love, works on just about any platform (Windows, Mac, iOS, Android) and is a convenient way to keep (and later search for) documents without having to print, file and shuffle. If you’ve got already printed pages that you’d like to store in digital format, use a scanner with OCR (optical character recognition) capability to create a searchable PDF. See Digital Scanners to the Rescue (http://rankinfile.com/tame_your_ paperwork_with_a_scanner.html) for information on scanners and OCR software that can do this. Saving trees, time and money are three good reasons to lessen your dependence on a printer. Please try and get out of the habit of printing everything. The above lists MANY ways you can make your life easier. All you have to do it actually do it! So, please start today to use some of these methods to save trees, time, and your money! As you can tell from this article there is a website I use often and LOVE: http://askbobrankin.com/. Try it. ============================================================================================ Have a question or problem? Write me at BaliPCAdvisor@Gmail.com. I’ll try and answer as soon as I can. Bali PC Advisor and other Bali Advertiser article Archives now ONLINE: http://www.baliadvertiser.biz/ If you are tired of trying to type the links you see in the printed articles you go to the Archive and cut-paste them PakBruce, your Bali PC Advisor! ©2004 - 2014 BaliPCAdvisor@GMail.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without permission of the author or The Bali Advertiser

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‘Dear Dr. Kris, I was wondering if you could provide some information on how to plant succulents. I’d love to make my own succulent garden, and grow some in pots too. Will I need a special type of soil, and what are the growing conditions? Are there some easy but attractive plants to start with? I really appreciate the advice on how I can go about making this. Thankyou in advance, Di.’ A succulent garden can be a great idea especially if you only have a small garden space, or even if you only have a windowsill on which to garden! For any sized garden whether large or small, succulents can be a designers dream, and they are becoming increasingly popular. There are so many variations in colour, foliage, size and form that there are literally endless opportunities to create contrast, repetition and focal points all around the garden, on balconies or even indoors! They are best grown in a mix of direct/¿ltered sun, and some shade. Another great advantage to growing succulents outdoors is that they will survive mostly on natural rainfall or even through drought conditions. Succulents really are the plant of choice for those who like their garden to look after itself. Most have evolved with special water storage tissues that allow them to survive in environments that are too dry for most others. Always plant in a fast draining soil, and only water occasionally. The fatter or the Àeshier its leaves, the more water it stores in its tissues and the less water it needs (and will tolerate), This adaptation has resulted in an amazing variety of leaf and plant forms. Succulents thrive in dry sandy soils or even gravel, which can be mixed together and used if potting. If you have a soil full of rocks then a succulent garden is ideal. If you are planting in heavier soil you may need to plant your succulents up on mounds to solve any drainage or water logging issues. The roots of succulents don’t grow very deep so if you have shallow or rocky topsoil, then using succulents is an easy way to have an attractive garden, with minimal effort. If kept indoors or in pots they will need occasional watering. The water needs to reach all the roots in the pot so give it a good soaking every week or two, but remember that the soil must drain well. On the other hand an under watered plant will ¿rst stop growing, then begin to shed foliage or develop brown spots.

Types of succulents to grow Aloe - Aloe vera is perhaps the most well known which has the added advantage that it can be picked from the garden and used for its medicinal qualities, soothing cuts, abrasions and burns. It will reproduce itself, growing up to 50 cm in height forming in clumps of pale green leaves with white specks. It is known here in Indonesia as lidah buaya, or crocodiles tongue for obvious reasons. There are hundreds of species of Aloe with large variations in form and size, from small geometric rosettes right up to sturdy trees.

Crassula ovata - The Jade Plant is such a versatile succulent because it can be grown very small as a bonsai or allowed to grow into a bush or small tree. Most commonly they are kept in small to medium pots on balconies, or near entrances and if artistically trimmed make an excellent addition to any garden. They have thick brown stems and small coin shaped green leaves. To grow a jade plant they will easily take root from a cutting, otherwise you can grow a new plant by simply pulling off a leaf and dropping onto the soil. They will adapt to tough dry conditions but appearance will be improved with occasional watering. According to Feng Shui the Jade plant is said to bring wealth or fortune if placed correctly within the home/garden layout, near doorways or in the southeast sector of the property. I’m still waiting to see if it works. Agaves - Great as a feature plant. Can be kept small in pots or grown to a very large size in the garden. These are very adaptable and their leaves can form rosettes greater than a metre wide. The Àower spikes, when they emerge can reach up to several metres in height. Once an agave has Àowered the plant will produce numerous offsets before it gradually dies off. Agave attenuata features prominently in many gardens, it can easily be grown from a cutting. It has large grey to green leaves and an almost sculpted shape. It will grow cascading down rocks, hill slopes, even cliff faces. Sanseviera - also known as mother-in-lawstongue, devil’s tongue, snake plant and snake tongue is a succulent that comes in a variety of foliage variations and colours, it will look good in a pot or is often used near walls, pathways and borders to soften the edges of the garden. It can easily be propagated from a leaf cutting by cutting the top off a growing leaf and planting it in the soil. Once it is established new offsets will start to grow up around the parent plant. To create a border you would need to start with several plants. Echeveria - are very attractive small rosette forming plants with colour variations from green, blue to grey, many with pinkish red hues. A shallow pot is an ideal place to plant them especially if you only have a window sill or balcony to grow on. They grow well in a small pot or in an arrangement around other larger succulents within the garden, and will grow in clumps. An attractive plant, and one of my favourites. Other succulents to consider: Euphorbia, Kalanchoe, Haworthia and Portulacaria.

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For Sale; Great quality sewing machines, 40 units available, all must go! Please contact 0361-756 646 or 0813 5330 3366. Kuta. [115] For Sale; New Harman Kardon Onyx Studio wireless speaker system portable, connectivity bluetooth and compatible with dekstop, laptop, tablet, smartphone. Sale for 1,5 mill. Please call/ sms 089 8078 1887. [116] For Sale; Samsonite USA brand hard luggage, dark grey color. Very good quality suitcase in excellent condition, but no wheels, and no keys. 50cm x 65cm x 20cm. Rp. 225,000. Call or SMS for info or photos. 0361-746-0113. Legian. [138] For Sale; Lens Tokina 11-16 f2.8 AT-X Pro for Nikon. Good condition. Little use. 4.8 juta nego. 0896 6797 1091 Ron. Denpasar. [139] For Sale; New 4 gallon thinner polyurethane brand: Impra/ Ultran woodcare. Price 50% from new price Rp. 142.000. Tel: 0813 3863 4748. Kerobokan. [140] For Sale; Watch Tissot, automatic, model sea star, 30 years old, steel with gold incl. original bracelet steelgold, like new, 30 meter water resistance, Rp. 3 Juta. Tel: 0813 3863 4748. Kerobokan. [141] For Sale; Asian antiques from all over Asia (Japan, China, Khmer Thai, Indonesia, etc). Cabinet, statue paintings, textile, Buddha statue, etc. No reproduction. Contact 0813 3863 4748. Kerobokan. [142] For Sale; 2 new garden/ outdoor lights hallogen, black color, never use, new price US$330, price now Rp. 1.2 million. Tel: 0813 3863 4748. Kerobokan. [143] For Sale; TV LED 42” Panasonic 1.5 years old, internet possibility, USB slot, SD card reader. Antenna: analog and digital cable possibility. New price: 14.5 mill. Now sale price: 6.5 mill. Condition like new. Included original box and all papers. Contact 0813 3863 4748. Kerobokan. [144]


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“Dobbin Is Not A Horse” There is an ancient Chinese proverb that says “man who spills beans ends up hungry.” It’s an all too oft repeated story, in Bali sacking members of staff can cause problems. Make no mistake, just as in Australia or other western countries Indonesia has laws regarding unfair dismissal. You must have good cause to sack someone and you need to go through a reasonable process of warnings, 3 warning letters and evidence of wrongdoing is the norm. It is wise, therefore, to have a well thought out employment contract in place and in it state the offences that justify instant dismissal such as theft, picking your nose in front of customers, fraternising with aliens, etc. Unfortunately staff with a distinct absence of gruntle often make complaints to the Manpower department. But they can also go further such as sharing sensitive information with the immigration department or, as in a recent case, to licensing authorities or to those eminent personages charged with administering IMBs (building permits). The person in question had leased some land on a beach and built a villa which would be lived in and, during quiet periods, be rented out to visitors. A manager was employed, a smily helpful person who turned out to be a bit of a disaster as a manager. It is important to note that while being a member of LAST (the Lotunduh Association of Satay Threaders) might be an acceptable qualification to be a brain surgeon in an international wealthcare clinic it turns out that it is certainly not an acceptable qualification for villa management. The manager in question was relieved of his duties which apparently left him relieving himself in other ways. Unfortunately the villa had been built 2 metres too close to the sea and a license had not been obtained to allow renting of the villa to visitors. Soon a queue formed at the front door with the IMB people closely followed by the licensing people and, for good measure, a kaki lima selling satay. This is not a rare situation and many people get dobbed in all too often by expatriates and aggrieved ex staff. In good faith we trust the people around us to look after our interests only to find ourselves in a rather brown coloured river with no means of manual (sorry I mean personual) propulsion. So what do we do? First we should sit down, empty our bowel and realise that we are surrounded by people who can help. We need some friends, the Balinese have their own ways of sorting things out and if we make friends with the local community and support them they are likely to help us. Depending on who the ex employee is in the local community they might well sort him out. It is a good idea to find a Balinese person we can trust and is respected within the community. We can start with the local banjar, the local Holy man, Klian or Kepala Desa, these are the best people to get on our side. Treat people with utmost respect. Come clean with them, don’t be smart or dishonest with them just explain the situation. We shouldn’t say negative things about other people, they will not respect us for this.

1. A domain name that is registered with a domain registration company and held on their computer servers. 2. A hosting company that keeps the website pages on their computer servers. The registered domain is directed from the domain computer towards the computer where the website is hosted by the webhosting company. When someone wants to look at a website they type a domain name into their web browser, their computer sends a message to the domain registration company which then redirects the request to the computer servers of the web hosting company which then sends the web pages back to their computer. Sorry I know this makes about as much sense as an demented warthog, I you’re confused have a paracetemol and a good lie down or perhaps try reading Alice and Wonderland - that should bring a bit of sanity back to your poor addled brain. Many people use the same company for both the domain registration and the website hosting but sensible people don’t. If you have control of the domain registration and you are have trouble with the webhosting company or your webmaster you can easily change them. You simply redirect the domain to another webhosting company. Unfortunately many people don’t know this and find themselves stuck with external agencies that have total control of their website. Many find themselves held to ransom by unscrupulous webhosting companies or that ever so friendly web expert that set it up for them.

When they have organised the web hosting they can give you the address of the webhosting computer and you, and only you, simply go to your domain registration website and type in the web hosting company’s server address (known as a DNS address) to direct customer requests to your own website. You are in total control of your websites (and of course your emails). If you have a problems with the webmaster of the webhosting company you can change them.

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So to summarise what we learned from this story: • •

First we need to understand that any website has two distinct components:

The healthiest competition occurs when average people win by putting above average effort.

In fact our story ended well. The person involved was an open minded easy going person who already had very good relations with the land owner who helped to sort things out, new domains were registered and websites quickly rebuilt from backups.

Balinese don’t worry too much about IMBs and for them this is not so much of a problem, their families have lived in their localities for generations. Also they will follow their own traditional building planning and design rules (see recent articles www.mrfixitbali.com/article195, 196 and 197). They are hardly likely to despoil the landscape by building the sort of square white concrete bunkers designed by architects whose abilities can only be described as - minimalist.

Going back to our story unfortunately it didn’t end there, the ex-manager had another trick up his sleave. He had been managing the website for the villa. After his threats didn’t bring the desired palm crossed with silver response the websites (and their associated emails) were rendered inactive. Unfortunately blackmail by webmasters is an all too common occurrence but it is not difficult to protect ourselves.

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Now you can ask someone to set up a website and arrange web site hosting for you. No matter how much they argue or justify the demand do not ever give them the user name and password for the domain registration. They do NOT need it.

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If you are an expatriate, however, you are likely to become a target at some stage or another and it is wise to do things properly. It is all too regular that we hear of expatriates that hit problems and not having an IMB is a regular one.

Ability is what you are capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it.

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So the trick is to firstly arrange your domain name registration. Get someone you trust to do it for you or do it yourself - it is not difficult. Make sure that you (and only you) have the user name and password.

It is good to find someone to go with us to talk to the local licensing authority about licences and the Dinas Perijinan to discuss the IMB problem. These things can always be sorted out but, whatever we do, we must not get angry and be polite at all times. If we are helpful and respectful with them they will help, if we get angry or rude they will leave us to our fate.

On a bright note in Australia there is a general recognition that the noughties are over (what on earth will they call this decade - the tenties?) and the bland minimalist architecture that that decade yielded is finally being replaced by something that demands a little more in terms of artistic ability than washing cars - but sorry I digress.

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Try and keep with the law, take care and do things properly. Make friends with the people in your local community particularly people from the banjar. Find a notaris you can trust to look after your interests. Don’t take things at face value, take an interest and understand legal requirements and processes. Do not make casual arrangements with people no matter how friendly you feel with them, imagine the worst is going to happen and get yourself protected by legally binding documents accordingly. Make sure you have an IMB BEFORE you start building, and ask to see it. If mysteriously it is not available assume that there isn’t one. Make sure your buildings abide by building regulations. If you plan to rent out your villa make sure you have a licence (Pondok Wisata less than 5 bedrooms, Melati Hotel Licence if more than 5 bedrooms), you have an appropriate visa and you pay tax. Keep work roles simple, do not entrust too much of your interests in any one person. If you have websites keep website domain name registration and webhosting separate. Make sure that you, and only you, have the user name and password for the domain registration. Keep backup sets of website files.

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Always remember that while things might seem to be going well at the outset anything can happen. That ever so friendly driver that you would trust with your life may turn out to not be quite so trustworthy when the opportunity to make a bit of money is involved. For some the very smell of the folding stuff can create physiological changes not unlike being winked at by Angelina Joli. Phil Wilson Opinions expressed are those of Phil Wilson. He can be contacted through the websites at www.wilsonbali.com or at www.mrfixitbali.com or through the office on 0361 886 8866. Copyright © 2014 Phil Wilson You can read all past articles of Fixed Abode at www.BaliAdvertiser.biz C/Bm/I-20 August 14


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By Ayu Spicy

Delicious International Dishes (Indonesian Language Version available at www.baliadvertiser.biz) Kale seems to be the current ‘in’ green but any greens would work in this recipe such as beet, Balinese bayam, sayur hijau or chard. These very tasty patties need no sauce but they are nice with a splat of seeded mustard on the plate to dip bites into. High in protein, quinoa makes an excellent vegetarian main dish.

Kale, Feta and Quinoa Patties

Directions: Rinse the quinoa under running water until the water runs clear. Drain and put it into a pot with the water and sea salt. Bring to a boil and cook for about 20 minutes or until the water has been absorbed. Set aside to cool. In a large bowl mix the cooled quinoa with the eggs, Parmesan and feta cheeses, the green onions, garlic, sea salt, cayenne, freshly ground black pepper, the chopped kale leaves, the coriander leaf, and parsley. Mix this well and add the bread crumbs using your hands or a large spoon to incorporate the crumbs. Let the Àavors develop for about 15 minutes before forming into patties.

Serves 4-5 Ingredients: - 1 cup quinoa - 2 cups water - 1/2 tsp. sea salt -

4 large eggs, beaten 1/4 cup Parmesan, ¿nely grated 1/4 cup feta cheese, crumbled 1/4 cup green onions, thinly sliced (or shallots ¿nely chopped) 3 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 tsp. sea salt 1/8 tsp. cayenne 1/4 tsp. freshly ground black pepper 1 cup kale leaves, steamed and coarsely chopped 1 Tbl. coriander leaf, chopped 1 Tbl. parsley, chopped 1 cup bread crumbs

- 1 Tbl. olive oil

Made 6 cm diameter patties about 1 cm thick from the quinoa mixture. Heat 1 tsp. of olive oil in a large non-stick frying pan over a medium heat. When it’s hot add about 6 patties making sure not to crowd them. Brown on both sides, adding more olive oil as needed. Put the cooked patties in the oven to keep warm while you continue cooking the remaining ones. They should be well browned for deeper Àavor. Note: I like to serve these with seeded mustard to dip bites into.

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What does Gotong Royong mean?

Siapa... ? by Bill Dalton

Kayti Denham: Helping Others to Help Themselves Kayti Denham was born in Surrey England and grew up in the Hampshire countryside. At 17, Kayti worked as an assistant to a buying director of a menswear company in London’s Saville Row. At 20, she entered the world of advertising, sailing the Mediterranean serving cocktails on amazing private yachts. A year later she was balancing trays of drinks in a rock & roll bar in San Francisco and sharing her love of music as a DJ on a university radio station. Kayti has also done stints in music video production, performance art, fashion and catering. In 2010, she earned a Masters Degree in Applied Linguistics from the University of New England in Australia. Kayti ¿rst visited Bali on her honeymoon and has now spent 12 years on the island. She presently teaches English, literature and language arts at Canggu Community School, runs the school’s Gotong Royong Program and has organized the upcoming GIN Conference. What causes are close to your heart? I’m a fervent believer in the preservation of the planet and all the people who support this thinking. I’m passionate about increasing awareness of both the beauty and the fragility of this planet we live on. Are you politically active? Activism has been a way of life for me. I got my start in CND – anti-nukes- and from there it was a straight path into Greenpeace, Avaaz and local environmental, political or social issues. I can’t think of a time when I was not in some way an activist, from a punk rocker protesting nuclear weapons to a mother against the destruction of old growth forests in New South Wales. What inspired you to become a teacher? When I ¿rst felt that I had something to share. My ¿rst job was teaching kids who were in danger of leaving school early. I taught alternatives to mainstream economics like growing your own salad and making your own cosmetics. Living in Byron Bay was conducive to such alternative lifestyle skills! What is the Gotong Royong Program at Canggu School all about? The program puts students in contact with real issues that affect the world they live in and encourages them to seek positive, collaborative and sustainable solutions to the problems inherent in the current paradigm. As coordinator of the program, I am also in charge of the upcoming GIN Conference at the school that brings international, regional and local leaders together for 3 days to present motivational, inspiring and experiential opportunities to the student participants.

It’s an age-old form of mutual cooperation among villagers, originally in planting, irrigation and harvesting that has been practiced in the archipelago for over a millennium. As it is applied in our school’s program, we believe that by helping others to help themselves we are better able to understand the bigger picture of interconnectedness. By being helped and helping, we create energies that go beyond the boundaries of giving and receiving and become part of a cyclic system of beneficial sharing of support and knowledge. This principle is intrinsic to the culture of the school and has been in action here since the school started nine years ago.

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Have the kids taken the lessons they’ve learned and applied them in their home environments? The beauty of immeasurable goals is maybe they have, maybe they haven’t, but I believe that they will. What I hope to achieve is that the work I do plants seeds. Those seeds may take longer to grow in some students than others. Brains are like trees that do a lot of work underground out of sight. The results of our nurturing and encouraging are sometimes only seen much later.

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What are the goals of the GIN Conference? The conference is about issues affecting our world. Every presentation, activity, show and workshop is aligned to UN Millennium Development goals in ways that are global, regional and local as well as personal. Each participant at the conference will have the chance to take away knowledge and experience that can change the way the future will unfold. This year, our second conference, we anticipate over 300 students in attendance and over 20 leaders and presenters from Indonesia, Australia, Myanmar, Norway, The Sudan and Cambodia.

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What events will take place at the conference? Friday is the opening ceremony and the premiere of the award-winning documentary Jalanan, ¿lmed in Jakarta. On Saturday evening, after a day of workshops, the premiere of True to This, Volcom’s latest inspiring skateboarding ¿lm, will be shown at Deus followed by music from the students and workshop leaders. On Sunday, Chris and Kodi will present the ¿lm Rise of the Eco Warriors that shows the struggle to save and rehabilitate orangutans in Borneo. Will workshops, seminars or classes be held? At the start, on Friday, the conference in collaboration with The Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, will hold an informative series of small workshops presented by talented writers and artists. On Saturday, students will join workshops that allow them to experience, learn and develop all sorts of understandings. For example, they could be heading into Denpasar with a group of committed young people to build food gardens for disabled children. Or planning a worldwide campaign on animal rights. Or using their feelings of injustice or even sadness to create amazing songs. They could be on the beach learning about the care of marine environments. And much more… C/BM/G-01 Oct. 14

Will Indonesia-based NGO groups be attending? Keep Bali Clean, eco-Bali, Bye Bye Plastics, Surfer Girl as well as human rights organizations like Taman 65, animals rights groups like BAWA and Outcrop as well as education and literacy NGOs.

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Will there be any entertainment? Entertainment is the key to a good conference. We have a lot planned, some of it from outside, some of it from students, but most will be a surprise. No ¿nal details yet, so just sign up, join in and ¿nd out! Where can one learn more about the GIN Conference? Facebook page: Gin-Conference-Bali-October-2014 and the website: www.i-m.mx/GinconferenceCCS. For anyone interested in being considered for Siapa, please contact: <pakbill2003@yahoo.com> Copyright © 2014 Bill Dalton You can read all past articles of Siapa at www.BaliAdvertiser.biz

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SACRED TEXTILES OF BALI The artistry of Balinese cloth By Jennifer Juno Textiles represent powerful symbols in Bali. Even buildings, trees and statues have textiles draped and attached to them, because they are by tradition symbolically dressed during ceremonies. Textiles are presented to the gods as offerings and the deceased are covered in numerous textiles prior to cremation.

jambul, symbolizes Siwa. The part wrapped around the head is a half-moon or sun, the symbol of Brahma the creator of life.

Balinese formal (Adat) dress has a divine origin with its own symbolic gesture and function. As merchants brought the ¿rst materials to Bali, they used textiles as a primary medium of exchange in trade at ports. Textiles would have been used as offerings to the gods, later being used as compulsory attire for temples.

The purpose of a man’s udeng is to tie and focus his consciousness to this point of utter purity and distinguish it from all other personal desires, which hold a person down. Many women wear a white headband for a similar purpose.

I interviewed William Ingram, co-founder of Threads of Life to get a better understanding of how Balinese recognize the divine nature of the universe though cloth, ritual and offering. A British mathematician by training, William has lived all his adult life in Asia, ¿rst in Japan and then Indonesia for 21 years. BALINESE TEXTILES Throughout the world, the wealth of traditional Balinese textiles is well known. While admired by many for their beauty and artistry, textiles play an important part in the daily life and ceremonies of the Balinese. Most attire consists of a simple rectangular piece of cloth, which is stylishly wrapped around the body.

DOUBLE IKAT The most impressive textiles to be produced in Indonesia are the geringsings, produced exclusively in the small village of Tenganan in east Bali. The only other places in the world where similar textiles are weaved are Japan and India.

William says: Textiles are used as offerings, ceremonial dress, decoration, and as customary gifts. From a handmade naturaldyed weft ikat cloth from Nusa Penida used on the back of the tongue of a sacred Rangda mask, to the rolls of cheap white polyester gifted to a bereaved family during the death rites”. Textiles in Bali are also powerful symbols, indicating the status and well being of the wearer. It is believed that some textiles are permeated with magical powers, which can protect the wearer against malicious people wishing harm. They could also assist as mediators with the supernatural world in religious rituals such as cremations, where hundreds of costly meters of cloth would be turned into ashes to accompany the soul of the dead to the other world. FORMAL DRESS Chakras are energy centres in our bodies. It is believed that certain emotions and desires are associated with each chakra. The purpose of adat dress is to control some of these desires and to focus attention on a higher purpose. Adat dress therefore symbolically and functionally harnesses the lower instincts. Men and women wear a cloth, called a kamben, usually batik, wrapped around the waist. Men wrap the cloth around their waist with a fold in the front, whereas women wear it tightly around their hips with no drapes. Women tie the kamben at the waist on the left-hand side, whereas men tie it in the centre. Women who attend a temple ceremony may wear an upper garment called an anteng, which is wrapped tightly around the upper body leaving the shoulders free, or a larger selendang, like a shawl, which is thrown over one shoulder. Slightly less formal is the long-sleeved, lacy blouse called a kebaya. Men also wear a short Àat piece of cloth over the kamben, called a saput, which is bright yellow or white, with a decorative border, and both are tied on by the sabuk. If the ceremony is informal, an ordinary shirt is worn, but if the ceremony is an important one, a white shirt is worn with gold buttons. Men also wear a headdress called an udeng as part of the formal dress. It is symbolic of the Ulu Candra, which is a symbolic Balinese letter. The front wing-like vertical appendage, called

The people of Tenganan are original Bali Aga people, who believe that the god Indra created humans and taught them the art of double ikat. Their rituals have to be carried out by people who are pure in body and spirit, and that purity is protected by the magical power of the textiles. The textiles also protect the village and they are only worn during major religious events. It can take between ¿ve and eight years to weave a sacred cloth. Only a small number of Tenganan residents are still capable of making geringsing textiles and the technique is passed down from generation to generation. Many villages in east Bali use geringsing textiles during ceremonies. They are used throughout Bali in rites of passage to protect the participants against danger. Some people wrap a geringsing around the pillow during the tooth-¿ling ceremony. They are also used to cover various ceremonial utensils in village temples and as a shroud to cover the body before a cremation. POLENG CLOTH Poleng cloth represents cosmic duality. The black and white checked cloths are seen wrapped around statues, pavilions, individuals, kulkul drums, trees and stones where a spirit is believed to dwell. For humans, men and women, poleng cloth offers a certain protection. It is sometimes used in temple ceremonies to cover the ground, so that people walking on it will be free of evil spirits. The Balinese see the world in terms of opposites, good and bad, day and night, mountain and sea. The squares woven into the cloth are of equal size are perfect black and perfect white; they intersect and are not parallel. Grey squares contain strands of both and show that you cannot have one without the other. Poleng refers to the black and white squares and not the material from which it is made or woven. Most of the printed cloth comes from Java, but there are still weavers in Bali who produce hand woven poleng for special applications. CEPUK Cepuk cloths are still woven in a long, time-consuming process on Nusa Penida, the island off South-East Bali. In the past, Nusa Penida was a place of banishment and evil forces and that no doubt adds to their powerful reputation. These beautiful, but rare, sacred textiles have a uniform design. Every cepuk has a longitudinal border of white arrowheads, called

barong teeth or gigi barong. Cepuks are made of coarse handspun cotton or silk. Once used as special ceremonial clothing, they now serve as temple decoration. Developments in the last 60 years have tried to speed up textile making, using factory-made yarns, synthetic tying materials, quick-acting synthetic dyestuffs and longer warps. Unfortunately this has resulted in a loss of quality, which is why the Balinese believe the older cepuk cloths are more powerful. THREADS OF LIFE Threads of Life are a fair trade organization, which works with culture and conservation to alleviate poverty in rural Indonesia. The heirloom-quality textiles are made with local materials and natural dyes to a very high standard. Working directly with over 1,000 women on eleven islands across Indonesia, Threads of Life help weavers to form independent cooperatives, to recover the skills of their ancestors, to manage their resources sustainably, and to express their cultural identity while building ¿nancial security. The women have a deep knowledge of Indonesian Endek from Sigaraja 280 x 60 cm. sacred cloth, which is central to Tampak bela design all spiritual activities. Why did you start Threads of Life? We started Threads of Life to address three issues we noticed in indigenous textile-making communities while travelling across Indonesia during the 1990s. These issues concerned rural livelihoods for women weavers, forest management practices connected with dye plant use, and cultural integrity. Does the cloth tell a story? The ¿gurative motifs on songket often tell a simple story. A predominantly red cloth used in a baby’s ceremony is to make the baby strong. Yellow would be for fertility, white for truth and purity, and blue for long life. The Semara Ratih cloth has an image of the embracing deities of love, God Semara and the Goddess Ratih. This is used at a tooth ¿ling ceremony to signify self-control of sexual energies. What is songket? Songket refers to a weaving technique using a supplementary weft: it looks like embroidery with all the decorative threads aligned across the cloth with the weft, but all this patterning is produced during the weaving process. Which Balinese cloths are most sacred? There is a whole category of textiles referred to as bebali. These are textiles used as ritual paraphernalia and include very simple checked and striped cloth, such as the black-and-white poleng, and incredibly complex pieces, such as the geringsing double-ikat of Tenganan village. Songket, are not bebali cloths. Are the older textiles more valued? Certainly for many collectors, older is better. But from a ceremonial point of view, if the ritual needs a geringsing, any geringsing will do (as long as it’s not been used for another type of ceremony before). From a social perspective, however, you might want to show off your wealth with a vintage cloth. Who knows about the sacred motifs? Weavers will have knowledge of their t r a d i t i o n s . Wo m e n w h o m a k e offerings for a living and who are Old Balinese Perada batik sought for ritual advice often also from the collection of understand the ritual use of cloth. An Balique Arts of Indonesia. authority I often consult is Ida Ayu Ngurah Puniari of the Griya Mandhara in Sidemen, who has made the study of bebali cloths her life’s work. Balinese Textiles are more than cloths from which garments are made. The yarn and the woven cloth are a medium through which the divine nature of the universe and its material manifestations are recognized and expressed. You can discover more about sacred cloth in Bali by contacting William at Threads of Life. www.threadsoÀife.com Copyright © 2014 Bali Advertiser You can read all past articles of BA Feature Article at www.BaliAdvertiser.biz


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Of course, living in Bali you are probably thinking what’s the point saving in dollars, euro or pounds when you can still get a reasonable rate of interest on Rupiah. It’s OK if all your expenditures are in Rupiah but you will find inflation will eat into your capital and the interest will buy less and less if you enjoy a western lifestyle. Not to mention the reduced value of your capital relative to hard currencies after devaluations such as we saw last year. So where can we earn a decent rate of interest? This is the challenge of investing and there are plenty of ways to get higher returns than in the bank – provided you are prepared to accept a higher level of risk. There is no escape from the principle that the higher the return you are seeking, the higher the risk. Let’s just examine a few examples: • Bonds These are basically simple instruments where you lend your money to a government, local authority or company in return for its guaranteed return after an agreed period and a regular ‘coupon’ or interest payment. Perhaps the best known bond of all is the US Treasury Bond, generally accepted as about the safest investment since it is backed by the US government. Except that around a year ago political posturing almost led to a default as the US had reached its approved debt limit. Just out of interest, that debt now stands (for a fraction of a second) at $17,728,960,506,837 according to the website www.USDebtClock.org which you may want to check out to see how much the debt has risen since. Should you be worried? You would be if this was your credit card bill but the principles are the same. It’s another good reason not to put all your faith and savings in cash.

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Under the mattress is one solution and that’s not a very good one! Neither was the idea of one Japanese gentleman who reportedly buried his cash savings in his garden. It might have worked except that he frequently dug it up to check it, no doubt drawing attention to it so that one day he found it had gone.

But, assuming this is the safest asset, how much could you expect to earn by putting your money there? Currently, if you invested $1,000,000 in a 10-year Treasury Bond you would receive approximately $24,000 a year or $2,000 a month. Commit to a 30-year bond and the amount rises to the princely sum of $32,000 a year. And that is fixed and guaranteed for 30 years. What if you want your money back sooner? No problem, bonds are freely tradeable but the price you get may be higher or lower than the face value. Only on the last day can you be sure to get your precise initial investment back.

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A decade ago it was possible to get interest rates of 5% or more on deposits. Many wealthy Americans would retire to Florida and live comfortably on the interest on the deposit. A million dollars in the bank for example would give them an income of $50,000 a year. Not any more. They have to look at other ways to produce an income or just draw down their savings until there is nothing left. If the millionnaires still draw down $50,000 a year their savings pot will be empty in 20 years. And that doesn’t take into account inflation which eats away at the purchasing value of the drawdown every year. For Euro millionnaires it is now even worse. Their money will be exhausted even faster as they have to pay the bank -0.2% in negative interest every year. In the first year alone that would amount to EUR2,000.

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There are many other bond types available, most of them paying much more than 2.5% but the higher the return the higher the risk of default. • Stocks If you are seeking income in retirement then there are plenty of good ‘blue chip’ stocks that pay regular dividends which are usually much higher than bond yields. Stocks are more volatile than bonds however and dividends are not guaranteed. Nevertheless, holding a wide range of stocks should see significant capital gain over the long term in addition to the regular dividends. • Alternative investments Low interest rates and the erratic performance of stock markets have led many investors to seek higher returns in less conventional assets such as student accommodation, assetbacked lending, land banking, futures trading, litigation funding and many types of hedge funds. Some have paid off well but there has also been a high casualty rate in terms of fund failures and even frauds so stepping into these areas should be limited to a relatively small part of a total portfolio. Gold pays no interest at all but can be considered as an insurance against the falling value of paper money or political turmoil. • Property This is an income-producing investment favoured by many. Coupled with capital appreciation, buy-to-let investments are claimed to be the best investment out of all asset classes over the past 20 years in the UK. Yields can range from 4% to 8% per annum depending on location. The cost of buying and furnishing has to be taken into account of course and there is no guarantee you will always find tenants although one leading management company is now offering guaranteed rentals irrespective of whether the property is occupied, such is the strength of the rental market in certain cities. But remember you can’t turn a property into cash overnight. So where should we finally look for a decent return? Firstly, as unattractive as it is, it is important to have access at all times to liquid cash so a good proportion of savings should be kept safely in a bank or preferably several banks for added security. From the foregoing it is clear that there are ample opportunities to obtain higher rates of return by investing in other assets. But as each asset has its own set of risks the wisest approach is always to diversify. Never put all or most of your eggs in one basket. Finally, as it is clear how hard it is to obtain a good return from any investment without a degree of risk, it is another reason to save harder while you still can. Once income from working stops and you have only your retirement pot to live on that’s when the challenges begin. Colin Bloodworth of PPI Indonesia has spent over 20 years in Indonesia. He is based in Jakarta but visits Bali frequently. If you have any questions on this article or related topics you are welcome to contact him at colin.bloodworth@ppi-advisory.com or +62 21 2598 5087

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customers obtained. LTV:CAC: This ratio provides the required level of gross pro¿t to remain viable. CAC Return: measures how long it takes to recoup the cost of acquiring a customer. Immediate Conversion: the share of generated leads who will immediately buy our service In-Funnel Conversion: prospects who buy after an extended marketing process or dialogue. Churn: this measures how many of your customers don’t renew their subscriptions. The higher the churn rate the lower your pro¿ts, and the longer it takes to build your customer base. Referrals: We encourage our customers to refer our service to their own network, with a reward offered for both parties when a referral creates a new customer. Upsell: taking your customer to a higher value (and higher priced) subscription or service. Cross-sell: Offer your customer the complete eco-system that supports their job and outcome. As an example, our accountant helped us register our business and bank account, but they are missing out on referring us to their other customers’ ecosystem of investors for our startup (for a fee) and other services we need to know about such as payment gateways. Other Performance Indicators An online marketing platform means you have relatively easy capability to measure your performance in every step of the customer journey. So we also measure: Views: how many people actually see our message? How many only see a headline and don’t open the email or article? Lead generation: the conversion rate of views to leads for your different inbound and outbound tools. Prospects: How many people in our funnel are likely to buy from us and when? A/B Page Testing: comparing the lead generation and conversion results of individual page elements (eg button colours, location of buttons, visuals.) In-funnel performance: results from white papers, webinars, case studies. Use Marketing and Measuring Tools In our business we use marketing tools such as LeadPages and SamCart, and SalesForce. These monthly subscription packages include some basic means of measuring performance. They link with our online accounting package to help provide pro¿tability measurements. Once our volumes increase signi¿cantly we will move to Hubspot as our automated marketing and analytics platform.

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Air Sanih: Water Park of the North The main attraction of Air Sanih ((also known as Yeh Sanih), 17 km east of Singaraja, is not the tranquil 5-km-long black sand beach along this coast, but a giant pool of clear cold fresh water. One of the only natural swimming pools in Bali, the spring’s source is Lake Batur from where the water Àows through an underground channel at a rate of 800 liters per second. Though not as popular as the Lovina Beach area west of Singaraja, the springs and adjoining coastal strip are more peaceful and less c r o w d e d , especially when compared to the hectic tourist ghettoes of the south. There are fewer sellers and not as many foreigners. Lower-to-middle class Indonesian families and couples Àock here on the weekends to swim, lie by the side of the pool and walk along the shoreline. All over Bali water from sacred freshwater springs have been used for bathing, as a source of water and as a site of pilgrimages since ancient times. Believing that the water has symbolic and religious importance as well as medicinal properties, the Balinese carry the spring water home for blessings for use in making offerings. In the case of Air Sanih, the springs over the years evolved into the only coastal recreational facility or anything approaching a seaside water park in Buleleng Regency. Since 1930, Air Sanih has been well known as a recreation center. In the 1977 edition of my guide Indonesia Handbook, I wrote that Air Sanih was “a big globular-shaped swimming pool that can be virtually empty for 3 days in a row with no disturbances, just the birds” and “where males might meet sleepy-eyed Javanese women to converse with on various levels.” That atmosphere and those services have long since been a thing of the past. Now a family man on a family outing, after we bought tickets and walked inside, the din of a thousand screeching school kids filled the air. It was the second day of Hari Manis Galungan and hundreds were frolicking in the pools on their day off. (The other name for Air Sanih is Rekreasi Anak Kecil or children’s playground.) On days other than holidays I was told that it’s relatively quiet and relaxing to walk the footbridges over a long winding canal, give the kids a ride a toy train and snack in one of the many food stalls that line the west side of the park. The pools are cleaned every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Facing the Bali Strait in the middle of Bali’s north coast, Air Sanih makes an excellent base. The big draw for international tourists is what can be seen in the surrounding area where there’s a plentiful choice of accommodations in a wide range of budgets. Homestays and tourist restaurants on the other side of the road are all within easy walking distance. Start in the vicinity of your hotel by asking around for any local ceremonies or family rituals going on. The imposing Pura Taman Manik Mas, on the hill above the springs, has stunning views. The Mimpi Hotel offers Balinese cooking class, which includes an early

morning trip to the market. The waterpark is a welcome retreat – sort of the Echo Beach of the north but without the foreign tourists where the climate is more arid and sunny, even in the December-April rainy season. The shady seaside spot’s idyllic black-sand beach is a bit rocky with cool sea breezes, tall trees and a nice panorama. In August, January and February the sea can be rough, making for dif¿cult swimming. During March to June and September to December the sea is calm enough to swim nearly every day, more like a lake than a sea.

stately baroque gardens with steps leading past 34 stone ¿gures from the Ramayana epic. An inner section contains a huge pyramid-like base Àanked by two offering bale. Carvings show ghouls, noblemen, household scenes, and Floral bicycle-Pura Meduwe Karang, a riot of leaves and Kubutambahan, Bali tendrils. On top of a pedestal is a horrifying rendition of Durga. On the northern wall of the innermost shrine is a 1-m-high relief of Bali’s ¿rst tourist, W.O.J. Nieuwenkamp, a famous Dutch landscape artist who rode his bike all around Bali in the early 1900s. Note the bicycle’s lotus-Àower spokes, the rat and dog beneath the wheels and cyclist’s sarung even shows Àoral patterns.

Ocean activities include child-friendly swimming, jogging on the beach at sunrise when there’s not a soul around, snorkeling Practicalities in acres of offshore reefs that begin about 500 meters to the front, joining in on a dolphin tour, going out with a local ¿shermen in a traditional jukung and taking an overland trip to the diving centers of Tulamben to the east or Menjangan Island to the west. The historic village of Tejakula is just 15 km to the east. From the north coast, it’s also not far to waterfalls to the south: Les, the highest on Bali; Gitgit on the way up to Lake Bedugul. Trek to inland rice terraces and peanut and palm plantations, while the more ambitious can take part in an expedition to Mount Agung in Karangasem Regency.

Air Sanih is just a 30 min drive east of Singaraja, 2 hours north of Tabanan and 2.5-3 hours northwest of Denpasar. If coming from the south, the fastest is to take the south-north route connecting Tabanan, Bedugul and Singaraja. Heading south, a road climbs from Kubutambahan (8 km west of Air Sanih) up to the Mount Batur area. Entrance to the bathing place (kolam renang) is Rp8000 adults, Rp5000 children. InÀated rubber tires rent for Rp5000Rp7000 depending on size. Just down the road to the east is safe parking for motorcycles and cars (Rp2000), but you may also park along the road.

Singaraja, the regency capital, is only half an hour to the west. The old colonial port of Bali, the city has a harbor, a large market and lots of shops. At the Gedung Kirtya, the only museum dedicated to palm leaf manuscripts in the world, view ancient lontar inscribed with sacred texts on religion, customs, A h a l f d o z e n black magic, philosophy, folklore, medicine and astrology. homestays are found around the springs. Heading in the other direction, a good paved road follows the B r e a k f a s t i s n o t volcanic rocky beaches of the northeast, leading ultimately to included in the tariffs, Amlapura. The road at times hangs over cliff tops and passes but food and drinks sandy coves sheltering ¿shing jukung. This is one of the are available. Some, island’s most picturesque and unusual journeys, far from Hindu s u c h a s t h e P u r i Bali, with uninterrupted views of Bali’s highest peak, Gunung Sanih, target the Agung towering above. In some places the foot of the mountain domestic market and stretches right to the sea with rivers of lava left from the cost as little as RpRp50,000 per night. Mosquitoes are only volcano’s 1963 eruption that destroyed hundreds of villages present at dawn during the rainy season. All places have a and covered fertile rice ¿elds with showers of ash and debris. tepid Wi-Fi connection, but the area has good reception for calls and access to the Internet if using Sempati on your mobile Important Temples of the Area device. Situated on a promontory (ponjok) The Puri Renta and Archipelago are across the road, with food near Pacung village 7 quality and prices typical of tourist restaurants. A more km east of Air Sanih authentic nasi campur (Rp15,000) is available at the ABC and 24 km east of restaurant (with the yellow sign) kitty corner over from the Singaraja, the sacred bathing place. temple of Ponjok Batu (“Pile of Stones”) is Damai Home Stay, Jl. Raya Air Sanih. Owned Ketut Sudira. constructed entirely of Ibu Komang will show you the two cottages with airstone carved in the conditioning for Rp350,000 each. Papaya, set in 200-300 usual giddily elaborate meters from the road and completely surrounded by a garden, North Bali style. Surrounded by hills, valleys and twisted is better value. Ibu Spasi will show you the two quiet frangipani trees, the pura was founded in 16th C. by King comfortable cottages with fan, TV and other amenities - a real Waturenggong to commemorate a visit by the wandering steal for only Rp100,000-Rp150,000. Cilik’s Beach Garden ascetic Nirartha who had stopped to admire the spectacular (www.ciliksbeachgarden.com). Spacious Balinese-style view. Legend has it that the priest sat on one of the temple’s bungalows from around Rp1.5 million within 2 ha of private, stones in the fenced-in shrine across the road and composed well-tended gardens by the sea. Mostly Swiss and German poetry. clientele. Western-style à la carte breakfast and freshly caught ¿sh dinners every day. Attentive service, laundry, safety box, Dedicated to the “Lord of the Dry Fields,” Pura Meduwe Karang fridge, selection of CDs, library, massages, boat trips, in Kubutambahan village is 8 km west of Air Sanih and 1 km snorkeling and diving, walks and hikes, day tours and car east of the Kintamani turnoff. This district temple perched high rental can all be arranged. on the seaward side of he road is worshipped to ensure successful fertilization of crops such as coconuts, coffee and <pakbill2003@yahoo.com> corn that are grown on dry, unirrigated land. One of the north’s Copyright © 2014 Bill Dalton You can read all past articles of Bali Explorer at largest temples, its terraced entrance recalls some of Europe’s www.BaliAdvertiser.biz


Local News US Man Confesses to Killing Girlfriend’s Mother in Bali An American man has confessed to killing his girlfriend’s

“Both suspects have confessed,” he said, adding that

mother at a luxury resort in Bali, while the girlfriend has

Schaefer, 21, had admitted to carrying out the killing after

admitted helping stuff the body into a suitcase, police said

an argument with the victim.

on Friday (12/9). The daughter, 19, claimed she watched Schaefer kill her The battered body of Sheila von Wiese Mack, 62, was found in the case in the boot of a taxi in front of an exclusive hotel in the upscale Nusa Dua resort area on Aug. 12. Her teenage daughter, Heather Mack, and daughter’s boyfriend, Tommy Schaefer, had been staying with her at the St. Regis hotel but fled to another part of the island after the killing. They were caught the following day.

mother and then helped to stuff the body into the suitcase, said Utomo. “The interrogation is continuing in order to get the full account,” he added. Heather Mack, who is pregnant, had previously refused to talk to Indonesian police without American legal representation

Chinese Tourist Arrivals Rise by 45.76 Percent Around 330,172 Chinese tourists visited Bali during the initial seven months of 2014, an increase of 45.76 percent as compared to 226,494 visitors recorded last year. “China is ranked second after Australia in the number of tourists visiting Bali,” Head of the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) of Bali Panusunan Siregar stated here on Monday (15/9). He explained that China has contributed 15.80 percent of the total number of tourists to Bali. This year, Bali has drawn about 2.08 million tourists, an increase of 16.66 percent as compared to 1.79 million tourists recorded in the previous year. The total number of Chinese tourists who traveled to Bali surpassed the number of travelers from Japan, Singapore, and Malaysia, except Australia. (September 15th 2014)

present, and this week her lawyer from the United States arrived in Bali to assist her locally hired lawyers.

They are in custody in Bali while police investigate and could face the death penalty if found guilty of premeditated

The pair are yet to be charged with any crime, as under the

murder.

Indonesian legal system suspects are not formally charged until they appear in court at the start of a trial.

Indonesian authorities previously claimed they have strong evidence against the pair and on Friday Djoko Heru Utomo,

A trial will only begin once police have completed their

police chief in the Balinese capital Denpasar, said they had

investigations and passed the evidence to prosecutors.

admitted their involvement in the case during questioning in

The victim and the suspects are all from Chicago.

recent days.

(September 16tth 2014)

Indonesia Needs Law on Climate Change: Walhi The environmental non-government organization Wahana

the policies implemented through regional autonomy,” Edo

Lingkungan Hidup Indonesia (Walhi) has urged the

affirmed.

government to pass a law to prevent climate change intended to reduce national emission levels and address

He noted that the implementation of a moratorium in

climate change through adaptation and mitigation.

some provinces or districts is not optimal as the local administrations do not give importance to enforce the policy.

Government Criticized for Allowing Foreign NGOs Operating in Indonesia President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has made a mistake in 10 years of his administration by allowing foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to operate freely in the country, the Pulp and Paper Association (APKI) said. “It was a very bad mistake allowing NGOs like Greenpeace to enter the country,” deputy general chairman of APKI Rusli Tan said via telephone here on Tuesday (16/9). The government including regional administrations do not have to provide assistance in fund for foreign NGOs, but they had been free to launch negative campaigns in the country and abroad to boycott Indonesian commodities in international markets, Rusli said. For local NGOs, the government especially regional administrations have to provide fund assistance derived from the regional budget to sustain their operations, he said. Greenpeace, which made its presence for the first time in Indonesia in 2005, had launched campaigns raising issues about management of forests, energy, water and marine affairs in the country. (September 16th 2014)

“The law on climate change should be immediately enforced. It is not fair that the impacts of climate change

The presidential instructions are not enforced as the

should be borne by the next generation,” Indonesian Forum

regional heads use spatial regulations and their local

for Environment (Walhi)’s Campaign Manager, Edo Rakhman

autonomy, which allows them to issue permits for plantation

remarked here on Monday (22/9).

or forest management.

He pointed out that the law should serve as a foundation for the government to draft a policy and implement development programs. Emission reduction can be achieved by immediately passing a moratorium to halt the clearing of primary forests and peat lands and the use of coal for producing electricity, Edo remarked. “The government should maximize the utilization of renewable energy resources that are abundantly available in Indonesia such as geothermal, solar energy, sea waves, and biomass,” he stressed. Indonesia needs a legislation that seriously sets and

In fact, climate change has a wide-ranging impact on the environment. This condition should not be simply regarded as a common phenomenon or natural process alone, but instead, must be viewed as a consequence and an impact of human intervention. “Industrial activity, energy, technology, agriculture, natural resource exploitations, and others lead to increase in emissions and are associated with human activities,” Edo remarked. Currently, Indonesia is one of the five largest emitters of greenhouse gases in the world arising due to deforestation and forest degradation.

regulates climate change and its impacts. Despite the Indonesian governments commitment to Moreover, the legislation should also make the government

reduce emissions by 26 percent by the year 2020, however,

accountable to the people as climate change affects the

the results are yet to be seen.

social and economic life of the community. As of now, forest and peat fires continue to occur and “The moratorium must also be included in the climate

adversely affect this country and neighboring countries,

change law as sometimes it can still be violated using

Edo added. (September 22nd 2014)

Indonesia’s Coral Reef Management Draws Accolades Indonesia has been awarded the Coral Conservation Prize on September 19, 2014, in San Francisco, the United States, for its sustainable coral management, announced the Marine Affairs and Fisheries Ministry (MMAF). MMAF conveyed that this achievement was a result of three strategic measures adopted by the Indonesian government, which are strong commitment towards the coral conservation policy by establishing marine conservation management; combining marine resource management and protection followed by prudential resource utilization; and strengthening global partnership in coral reef management, Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries Sharif C. Sutardjo stated on Monday (22/9). Two Indonesian coral reef activists, Nyoman Sugiarta and Abdul Manap, were named the winners of the Coral Conservation Prize presented by Coral Reef Alliance for their significant roles in saving and conserving coral reefs. They eliminated seven nominees from Fiji, Hawaii, Honduras, Mexico, and Palmyra. The MMAF constantly protects and manages the marine and fishery resources sustainably through various marine conservation initiatives. The commitment has also been realized by the establishment of the Marine Protected Area spanning 16 million hectares. MMAF is also actively engaged in numerous regional and multilateral forums, such as the Coral Triangle Initiative (CTI), World Coral Reef Conference (WCRC), World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Leibniz-Zentrum for Marine Tropenkologie (ZMT). (September 22nd 2014)


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Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport new domestic terminal officially opened and began operations on Wednesday (17 /9). To coincide with the new terminal’s opening an increase in the Passenger Service Charge, originally approved in April is also officially implemented. As of September 17, 2014, the Passenger Service Charge [for domestic flights] is adjusted from Rp. 40,000 to Rp. 75,000,” explained General Manager of Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport, Herry A.Y. Sikado. According to Sikado the new Bali domestic terminal is some 68,000 square meters, four times the size of the previous domestic terminal, and has a capacity of approximately nine to twelve million passengers per year. (September 18th 2014)

Bali police say they know of no plan to attack the holiday

AirAsia Extra Set to Take Off in Bali Indonesia AirAsia Extra, a local unit of Malaysia’s AirAsia X, expects to launch its maiden flight from Bali at the end of this year, Air Asia Group chief executive Tony Fernandes said in Jakarta on Monday (15/9). “I think the first flight will be early next year or this December. We can’t disclose the exact date yet,” Fernandes said. Indonesia AirAsia Extra, also referred to as Indonesia AirAsia X (IAAX), will fly its first route from the Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, Bali, becoming the first long-haul low-cost carrier in the country. Established in January this year, Indonesia AirAsia X officially obtained its air operator’s certificate from the Transportation Ministry’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation on Sept. 4. The airline is currently looking for operating permits and slots for its planned international routes. By comparison, Indonesia AirAsia - which has operated in the country since 2006 - is limited to flights lasting a maximum of four hours, according to Fernandes. “It’s AirAsia on steroids,” Fernandes said. “AirAsia will bring tourists from Asean to Indonesia. AirAsia X can bring [tourists] from Asia and Europe to Indonesia.” (September 15th 2014) V.S. Naipaul Dropped from Bali Readers & Writers Festival ‘Over Large Fee’ Nobel laureate V.S. Naipaul has been dropped by an international literary festival in Bali after the event refused to meet his “11th-hour request” for a $20,000 fee to appear, its organizers said on Wednesday (17/9). The Trinidad-born British writer had been one of the biggest names booked for this year’s Ubud Writers and Readers Festival (UWRF), scheduled for the start of next month on the Indonesian resort island. However, the event’s founder and director, Janet DeNeefe, said they had decided to cancel his appearance after he asked for the fee. The organizers said the $130 tickets to the “Evening with V.S. Naipaul” would be refunded in full. He had also been due to feature in a one-hour “In Conversation” session. Naipaul’s agent Andrew Wylie could not immediately be contacted but in comments to the Guardian newspaper disputed the account, saying the withdrawal was due to a conflict in the author’s schedule and not fees. The festival runs from Oct. 1 to 5 and involves some 150 writers from 25 countries. (September 17th 2014)

Dengue Fever Eradication Trials Launched in Indonesia

island of Bali but they are increasing vigilance as Islamic State (IS) ideology creeps into Indonesia. There are concerns Australia’s deployment to the United Arab Emirates, in readiness to fight IS in Iraq, could make Australians a target when holidaying abroad. Bali police spokesman Hery Wiyanto says there is no information that terrorists are planning another bombing like those that killed 88 Australians in 2002 and four in 2005. “So far, there’s no plan we’ve heard of, whether through intelligence or from (Indonesia’s counter-terror squad) Detachment 88,” he said. “Nevertheless, we’re being cautious.” Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has reportedly ordered authorities to keep a closer eye on foreign nationals in Indonesia after Detachment 88 on Saturday (13/9) arrested four foreigners suspected of having IS links in a known terror hotspot in central Sulawesi. The four were first thought to be Turkish but are reportedly Uighurs from China’s restive Xinjiang region who were using forged passports. Mr. Hery says so many foreigners enter Bali daily, “it’s impossible to observe them one by one”. “It’s difficult, but we have co-coordinated with immigration to check documents more thoroughly, and in hotels we are also doing the same.” Meanwhile, police in Central Java have tightened security measures at the world famous Borobudur Temple after a threat, apparently inspired by IS, was found on Facebook last month. The Buddhist monument, a UNESCO world heritage site, was targeted by radicals in 1985. (September 16th 2014) Jetstar Cuts Almost Half of Darwin to Bali Flights Holiday plans for many Territorians have been ruined following the announcement that Jetstar will cut almost half of its flights between Darwin and Bali starting next month. Jetstar currently flies between Darwin and Denpasar daily but will offer just four direct flights per week from October 26. The move has left many Territorians scrambling to reorganize their holiday accommodation and annual leave dates, with some being forced to cancel their trips. Jetstar spokesman Stephen Moynihan last week told the NT News the airline was not going to cut any flights between Darwin and Bali but back flipped on the comments yesterday. He said the decision to can the daily flights was a result of “consumer demand” and “increasing competition on international services from Darwin”. “Jetstar regularly reviews its schedules to ensure it aligns services with market demand,” Mr. Moynihan said. “From 26 October Jetstar will offer four direct services a week between Darwin and Denpasar and several other one-stop connecting services via Singapore.” Flights times will also change, with the Darwin to Denpasar departures moving from 7.30pm to 12.30am. Denpasar to Darwin flights will soon depart at 6.10pm instead of 11.20pm. Mr. Moynihan said any customers affected by the changes “will be offered a choice to move to another service or a full refund”. (September 16th 2014)

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A team of scientists from the Eliminate Dengue international project are launching eradication trials in Indonesia aimed at containing dengue fever outbreaks, The Wall Street Journal reported. “Usually we start off in a country at a relatively small pilot scale,” Scott O’Neill, program leader of Eliminate Dengue said on Wednesday (17/9) as quoted by The Wall Street Journal. “In Indonesia it’s a couple of thousands,” he added. The trials involve releasing an army of mosquitoes specially bred with the Wolbachia bacteria that the scientists believe can virtually eliminate dengue. The idea is that the released mosquitoes will breed with wild insects, which would then pass the bacteria to their offspring and render them immune to dengue. According to O’Neill, “the severity of the disease is getting worse, the outbreaks are getting more frequent and the geographic range in increasing.” Currently there are no vaccines or drugs to combat dengue fever and experts claim prevention is the only cure. (September 17th 2014) Tourist Arrested After Robbing Expat in Bali A New Zealander has been arrested attempting to leave Bali, according to a media report. Police stated that Richard James Wackrow, 40, was arrested on Friday (19/9) at Ngurah Rai International Airport. He was arrested after he allegedly stole items from his friend 43-year-old Mary Joe Olejniczak. “The victim lost a surfboard, a Samsung cell phone and two Ripcurl watches, worth of total Rp 7.5 million [NZ$770],” North Kuta Police Chief Ronny Riantoko Eppang said. According to the police report, Mr. Wackrow, who lives in Australia, slept over at the US woman’s house on the night before the alleged theft. (September 23rd 2014) Largest Rubbish Dump in Bali on Overload As the winds turn Westerly on Bali towards the end of the year, tons of trash are bound to be washed up on her shores, however according to Bali’s Provincial Government, one of the largest landfills in the island in Suwung just South of Sanur is already at its maximum capacity. A Government scheme implemented to process waste this year by converting plastic waste into electrical energy is also far from solving the problem. “One of the obstacles with the program is expensive cost of the materials,” said Head of Public Works in the Provincial Government, Nyoman Astawa Riadi. The program, an agreement between the Provincial Government and PT Navigat Organic Energy Indonesia was set to generate 10 megawatts of energy from the waste, however reports suggest that they are averaging 0.97 megawatts. “The waste will not accumulate in the landfills if 10 megawatts are produced,” added Riadi. According to Riadi for the year ending December 2013 Bali produced approximately 10.005,83 m3 of garbage per day. This averages out to 2kg per person based on a population of 4,056,300. The garbage produced is about 13% plastic, 20% non-organic and 67 % organic. The smell and smoke from the dump often reach as far as 6 km from the dump itself. (September 17th 2014)

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4 Minute Mile A high-school athlete gets a college scholarship by breaking a speed record. Half of a Yellow Sun Two daughters of a wealthy family are involved in the Nigerian Civil War. Around the Block A high-school teacher puts on Hamlet with inner-city Australian aborigines. Jamie Marks is Dead A high-school boy student is haunted by a classmate who committed suicide. Jake Squared Fact and fiction are combined in a director’s absurd autobiographical movie. God Help the Girl A bad Scottish musical about three teenagers who want to become Pop Stars.

Mr. Robet’s Top Ten Maleficent* On her birthday a princess is cursed to prick her finger on a spinning wheel. Boyhood* The lives of an ordinary American family is followed over a 12 year period. The Fault In Our Stars* A sixteen year old girl suffering from a form of cancer joins a support group. The Rover* Set in the desolated outback, Australian society seems to have broken down. Edge of Tomorrow An American officer is reluctant to join the frontlines of an invading army. Bad Words* A 40 year old man finds a loophole in the rules of a children’s spelling bee. Noah*# A very interesting interpretation of the biblical story of Noah and the Flood. The Longest Week A rich New York playboy suddenly finds himself homeless and disinherited. Frontera While crossing the border into the USA, a Mexican man witnesses a killing. Belle* A real life 18th century story about a mixed race English aristocratic woman. * Also available on Blu Ray. # Also available in 3D.

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“Vespa Party” It is no secret that motorbikes are the main form of transportation for many Indonesians. But for a particular group of Indonesians, their bike is more than just a mode of transportation. Their ride symbolizes self-expression and freedom, while providing them with a solid community. The Vespa community is thriving in Bali but can also be found throughout most of Indonesia. I became aware of the Vespa culture when I ¿rst arrived in Bali. Two of my friends had an assortment of old Vespa’s some of which looked like they were on the brink of decay. But the condition of their Vespa’s did not matter to them. Fixing up their bikes was considered to be a labor of love, something for them to take pride in and granting them a type of satisfaction and reward that is completely foreign to anyone who has yet to ride a Vespa. While living in Bali, I would see more and more Vespa’s zipping around. Some of them obnoxiously loud because of their faulty exhaust, others vintage, slapped with a shiny coat of paint, other’s looking like they were about to collapse at any given moment. When I met my friend Widi, she started telling me about the Vespa Community. She said to me “Wherever I go in Indonesia, I can ¿nd a Vespa community. Even in the jungle in Kalimantan where there is nothing, they still have a Vespa community there.” My friend is very adventurous and has driven her Vespa around many Indonesian islands. Driving from Bali to Jakarta on her Vespa is not considered to be a daunting task at all, but an adventure, a statement of her lifestyle choices, independence and mobility.

appropriate position. As I begin to absorb the scene and characters before me, I loosen up. I let go.

bikes still had sidecars to ride in. So that night, one of my long-time desires ¿nally morphed into a reality.

As the arak diminishes amongst the group, a guitar is being passed around. Everyone is singing, mostly out of sync, but with one spirit. One individual stands up and starts dancing in an exaggerated and goofy style, everyone begins to collectively tease him. So I decide to dance with him. Everybody goes crazy to see the bule (white foreigner) contributing to the entertainment and silliness. What I love most about this community is that it is easy to let go of your inhibitions. Everyone accepts each other without judgment, which creates for quite a comforting atmosphere.

We take off in an excited fury. Ready for exploration. I am low to the ground, and quite comfortable with the sofa seat supporting me. There is a point where we have to make a right turn, the bike was so rundown that the driver had to hop off the bike and in a sprint-like manner push the bike across the street, then hop back on just in time to avoid getting hit by any oncoming vehicles. Amused by the farce of it all, we were both laughing and I remained in a blissful state. I tilted my head back to gaze at the stars, while winding, turning and zooming down the dark, jungle road. We arrive at our spot and meet more friends who were sitting on a tarp, draped over the concrete Àoor outside of their kos (rented rooms). I am greeted with warmth and smiles and am instantaneously offered more food from yet another smorgasbord, while expected to wash it down with another series of arak shots. Some friends are playing guitar and singing and it is a nearly impossible task to kindly refuse the food that is offered to me (seeing as how I just ate). The evening continued in this form until we decided it was enough of an adventure for one evening.

After some time passes, the women call everyone in when it is time to eat. Typically with Indonesian meals you have a woven plate with a piece of brown paper on top to make cleaning the dishes easier in large group situations. Not this time. The women start arranging banana leaves on the Àoor. A mountain of nasi jagung (rice cooked with corn) is spread over the banana leaves. Salted ¿sh, chicken, vegetables and krupuk (crackers) are clumsily piled atop the rice. Everyone crowds in the small space and starts devouring the meal, which literally lies before us. People are sitting, squatting and squishing side by side each other, grabbing, plucking and picking at chunks of rice, ¿sh, chicken and vegetables with their bare hands, and indulge in the fruitful meal. Widi scoots up beside me and says, “We all eat together like this, because we all have one heart, the same heart. It doesn’t matter if someone is sick or has dirty hands because we are all one.” This was very powerful and memorable for me, because it forced me to see everything with a new perspective. A perspective I hope to keep with me wherever I travel or migrate to.

So when Widi invited me to her friends house for a Vespa party one Saturday night, I was intrigued to see an aspect of Indonesia that I have not previously been exposed to. I ride over to the house, when I am pulling up on my average, little Yamaha, I feel inferior compared to the exotic bikes in which I am parking next to. A wide assortment of Vespa’s, most of which are at least 20 if not 30 years old are arriving one by one. Some of them have high handle bars and high seats, almost looking like a motorized scooter, others have side cars attached to them, some don’t even have a seat, just a spring board in place of where a leather seat should be, some are decorated with an array of bumper stickers or unique paint jobs, others are deteriorating from rust, loud, big, fast, conspicuous and outrageous only begins to describe the menagerie of motorized vehicles gathering on this curious evening. As each bike rolls up, everyone begins cheering, as to greet their mates, airing their excitement and comaraderie. Some friends are sitting on the concrete Àoor by the gate of the house. A bottle of arak is of course getting passed around and cigarettes are being burnt through one after the next. Everyone is smiling, laughing, joking and in a sheer state of joy. I am automatically greeted with a shot of arak, and at least three people offer me cigarettes. My good friend Widi informs me about a feast which is preparing inside. I am in a skirt, why I wore a skirt, I don’t know. Because sitting on a hard, dirty Àoor in a skirt is always a challenge. Widi, also wearing a skirt, is joking and laughing with me while helping me to ¿nd an

Once we ¿nish eating, it is time to take a ride. After too many shots of arak to count my friends ask me if I am okay to drive. I smile with lazy eyes and shake my head “NOOOOO”. They laughingly understand and one of my friends says I can ride with him. Everyone is gearing up, zipping up their jackets, gathering helmets, divvying up bikes and passengers, when all of a sudden a bike with a sespan (sidecar) attached, appears before me. Inside the sidecar looks like a seat torn from a sofa, I tell everyone that I want to ride in the sespan. The previous gentleman that offered me a ride seemed disappointed and tried to convince me otherwise. But there was no convincing me, not now. Ever since before I could remember I wanted to ride in a sidecar. It always seemed like an exotic and antiquated experience. And this was the ¿rst opportunity I had to ride in one. I was not even aware that

The Vespa community in Bali schedule tours around the island. Sometimes an army of them will spend a few days touring around the island, stopping at different locations to visit friends. Vespa tours take place in other parts of Indonesia as well. People from other islands may come to Bali to partake in Vespa tours, or people in Bali might visit other islands to join Vespa tours there as well. It is not hard to spot the Vespians, and like most Indonesians they are very friendly and welcoming to converse with. The Vespians have a good heart and a m e d i t a t i v e disposition, but to an outsider they might look a bit offputting at ¿rst sight. Unconventional hairstyles, tattoos, piercings, grimy clothes and a lack of personal hygiene, all of which contribute to their composition as a people and community. Their Vespa culture runs very deep for them. What a lot of people may not understand is that for mainstream Indonesian society, they are outcasts. Most of these people come from small and tight knitted villages where their religion and culture is very strict. Having tattoos, wearing certain styles of clothing, drinking alcohol and subscribing to particular genres of music, is not understood or accepted by their families or communities back home. But here in Bali, they have formed their own family, their own community, a group of people who understand each other; they live together, sleep on Àoors together, laugh, sing, eat, cook and ride together. The closeness they have formed with one another often times comes from the missing gaps of their biological families back in the village. This is something I have experienced and can personally relate to in my own life as well. My lifestyle choices are not mainstream for most Americans. Which is why I feel very blessed to be in a place and surrounded by people that have such a high regard for family. Family goes beyond blood for myself and for many of my Indonesian friends as well. The Vespa community in Bali is very special for many reasons, but the biggest reason is because they take care of each other as if they were blood, and were kind enough to adopt me as part of their family. Copyright © 2014 Bali Advertiser You can read all past articles of BA Feature Article at www.BaliAdvertiser.biz


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The Coral Triangle Center is a foundation registered in Indonesia that trains marine resource managers and educates all groups that interact with coastlines and reefs within the Coral Triangle. With a focus on training and enabling local communities, the CTC supports marine protected areas, coordinates a learning network for MPA practitioners, connects the public and private sector on coastal issues, and is developing a learning center of excellence in tropical marine resources management. CTC continues to develop a unique and integrated learning program by doing based on the needs of professionals and stakeholders to manage their marine natural resources. The applied training and learning programs are adaptive, innovative and customized to abate threats, address contraints and promote sustainable practices. We are now hiring:

Senior Program Manager Senior Program Manager will possess the following qualifications: • PhD or MSc in Coastal Zone Management, Fisheries Management, Marine Ecology or related degree with at least a proven 10-year experience in managing Marine Conservation/ Environment programs; • An extensive network with universities, research facilities, international NGOs, bi- and multiLateral donors; • Excellent verbal and written skills in English and preferably Bahasa Indonesia, with proven publication skills; • Demonstrated professional track record in deliverability of training and learning programs in Integrated • Coastal Zone Management (ICZM)/Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries (EAFM), Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and related topics; • Experience in managing multi-cultural project teams, strong social, communications, people and organization skills, flexible to changing situations and priorities; • Knowledge on the Coral Triangle Initiative (CTI) and working experience in at least 3 of the six Coral Triangle countries: Indonesia, Timor Leste, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, Philippines and Malaysia; • Demonstrated good performance in strategic planning, partner relationships and willingness to work overtime, when needed and advanced skills in personal computer use, data base management, statistical analysis, reporting and presentation. Senior Program Manager will be responsible for the following: 1. Manage the five CTC program strategies towards an integrated and innovative program portfolio that is adaptive in nature, ensuring the development and implementation of a strong and unified program aligned with CTC’s vision, mission and values. S(he) will continue to develop and update the training and learning programs with state-of-the-art science in the field of tropical coastal zone management and ecosystem approach to fisheries. 2. Assist the Executive Director to develop CTC’s long range strategic plans for the Coral Triangle and help position CTC as a preferred marine conservation training partners in the Coral Triangle. S(he) will provide leadership to set conservation objectives and responsible to develop and implement a robust monitoring and evaluation system to measure impact and assist with the development of fundraising proposals, donor reports, CTC annual and quarterly reports and other communications materials. 3. Responsible for day-to-day supervision of the Training and Learning, Learning Sites and Learning Networks team and develop the programs across six countries with partners. S(he) will be the key liaison for technical partnerships and works closely with the deputy director and learning sites manager on government relations and local partners and provide technical support and content for the exhibitions and activities of the CTC regional hub in close cooperation with the operations and regional hub manager. 4. Ensure the scientific quality consistently across the program. S(he) will also develop internal capacity and mentor programs for the CTC staff and maximize sharing and learning across the programs and will further develop the CTC database and library. S(he) will drive the process of the annual work plan, achieving and reporting the milestones and work with staff, local and international partners, trustees, other volunteers, vendors, and the public to accomplish goals. The position is based at CTC office in Bali and reports to the Executive Director. Please send your CV and application letter to : hrecruitment@coraltrianglecenter.org (Closing date for application: 15 October 2014 and only short listed candidates will be notified.) NC/Es/1 Oct 14

Looking for female Graphic Designer. Design artwork, prints, love fashion & creative. Send to: <letoko@ hotmail.com>. [722] Looking for Marketing & Sales Staff for Villa Management. Able to operate Windows and good English, min. D3 or S1 with experienced. Send CV to : <info@mybaliholiday. co>. [723] Prefab Wooden House Company located in Jimbaran required 1. Production Manager 2. Quantity Surveyor. Min experience : 3 years. English literated, understand wooden house construction. 3. Assistant Secretary. Computer Literated, Fresh Graduated is welcome. Call : (0361) - 847 2101 / email : <info@tropicalpavilion. com>. [724] Leading a team of workers and experienced in manufacturing and quality control, at least 2 years experience. Send resume to <hrd@essentialsbali. com>. [725] Now Hiring for multiple positions including Administration, Human Resources, Accounting, Reservations, Rooms Division and F&B. Please email CV’s stating current salary to <KerjaBali2014@ gmail.com>. [726] International Fashion Business Company looking for Japanese speaking and writing person living in Bali. Part time. Interested? Call Mercy 0361-759740. [728] Urgently need staff for Villa Management C ompany. Fluent in English spoken and written, computer skill literature and good communication skill with various people. Send the application to: <info@ myvillamanagement. com>. [732] Needed: Principal for kindergarten. Female max 35yo, graduated from PAUD/ PGTK, minimum 3 years experience as kindergarten teacher. Bring CV to: Jl. Jayagiri XI no. 1 Renon. Ph (0361) 744 8550. [733] Due to further Expansion we require an Assistant Operation Manager for our Chic Private Villa Complex in Sanur. Must have Experience in control of staff for Housekeeping, Maintenance, Pool, and Garden. Salary range Rp 5 mill to Rp 6 mill / month. Please email <manager@aleeshavillas. com>. [734] Looking for Experienced Staff for Private Villa in Kerobokan : Cook, Butler, Senior House Keeping, S e c u r i t y a n d D r i v e r, Maintenance & Engineering Send CV & Salary Expectation : <sri_villabali@ yahoo.com> or contact HP : 081236 654 619. [735]

Make a difference. See a difference. Be the difference. ENGLISH TEACHER / COMMUNITY OFFICER • Proven English teaching skills/qualifications (ie: TEFL) • Very good bahasa Indonesian and bahasa Inggris knowledge is essential • Passion for helping others with an outgoing and energetic personality • Western/expatiates and Indonesian candidates welcome to apply Barefoot Conservation is a non-profit NGO running community programmes in the remote villages of Raja Ampat, East Indonesia/West Papua. We also run science diving projects which would enable you to get free diving and dive training* during your spare time. For more information on Barefoot Conservation & the role please visit: www.barefootconservation.org

To apply please send a short cover letter & CV with photo to: jobs@barefootconservation.org * Conditions apply NC/Es/1 Oct 14

QUALITY CARE

Employment Recruitment & Distribution

Ph. 0361 8839741 / 0812 3671 1200 / 0878 7058 5122 www.nannyserviceinbali.com E: ketutsantosa15@gmail.com Babysitter/Nanny Driver Cook Gardener Housemaid Security

VISA service (extension, retirement, social, working visa) Car & motorbike rental Tour guide + driver

English/Indonesia speaking, live in & out, female & male Professional Service With Guarantee C/Es/A-9 July 14

Elite Havens, the best villa marketing company in Bali is growing again! As part of our rapid expansion we are looking for great people to join our Reservation Department as Villa Specialists,

Ground Handling Staff as Guest Services Assistant and Transportation Coordinator. If you have excellent English, computer and communication skills, are a team player, fast learner and have a fun & out going personality we want you. We are also looking for Human Resources Administration. This is a great opportunity to live and work in beautiful surrounds in Bali’s exciting tourism industry. We look forward to talking to you…. Please send resume to hrd@elitehavens.com or fax to 0361 731074 www.elitehavens.com NC/Es/1 Oct 14

SEEKING NOTARIS - PPAT Bali Based Strategic Advisory Corporation focussed primarily on Expatriate Investors seeks a qualified Notaris to participate in an overarching management role in the dovetailing of a range of advisory services to satisfy both overseas and Indonesian customer expectations. The Services Range will be explained at interview. The Notaris must be PPAT certified with a minimum of five years work experience and have exceptional knowledge of the English Language. The command of other European Languages and/or Mandarin will be beneficial. The office will have state of the art technical aids to facilitate rapid and efficient services to its clients with secure on-line documentation. The Notaris will require good computer skills and knowledge of word processing. Expressions of Interest with a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae should be emailed to: cfshop6@gmail.com NC/Es/1 Oct 14

The Sea Shanty Villa in Jimbaran is seeking

a full time Housekeeper • 6 days per week, Monday to Saturday. • Employee needs to have flexibility with hours when guests are in house, and be willing to work as a team with the live in staff to do whatever needs to be done to look after our guests. The villa is directly managed by the owners and a local Villa Manager, who take good care of their staff and ensure excellent working conditions. http://www.seashantyjimbaran.com Please send your resume to: guestrelations@seashantyjimbaran.com or call Donna on 081312415572 for more information. NC/Es/1 Oct 14


Bali Advertiser

LOOKING FOR WORK

Global Apparel Brand is looking for its :

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SALES MANAGER • • • •

Employment

01 October - 15 October, 2014

Responsible for the day-to-day running of our stores in Bali Ensure promotions, display of products according to the company’s standards. Manage shop staff, train them and ensures they follow the rules and provide excellent customer care. Excellent package for right candidate Send CV to : baligarmentjob@gmail.com NC/Es/1 Oct 14

A private school group is urgently seeking qualified and experienced candidates for the following posiƟons: 1. KINDERGARTEN TEACHER 3. CLINIC DOCTOR 2. PRIMARY TEACHER 4. SECRETARY / ADMIN STAFF • Must hold at least a Bachelor degree in related major. • For teacher posiƟons: Min. 5 years experience in similar posiƟon and NaƟve Speaker • For other posiƟons: Min. 2 years experience and good English speaking & wriƩen. • Smart, honest and good interpersonal skills

Please send a brief cover leƩer and CV including photo with contact details of two professional referees to: info@ourbalischools.com NC/Es/1 Oct 14

EMPLOYMENT SECTION ADVERTISING INFORMATION 1. Place your ad at www.BaliAdvertiser.biz for the quickest service. 2. You may also email, fax or post your ad into our office and we will email, fax or telephone you with the price. You may also visit our office to place your ad. 3. Ads looking for work are charged at Rp. 8.000 per word. 4. Ads looking for employees are charged at Rp. 13.000 per word. 5. Ads for business services are charged at Rp. 13.000 per word. 6. All ads must be paid before printing. All payments must be made at our office or by money transfer to our bank.

Expat seeking employment as Project Manager / Supervisor. 081 2362 9939. <balicontractor@dps. centrin.net.id>. [050] European Hotel General Manager - strong, skilled, experienced ( 7 years Indonesia ) - opening specialist ( 3 properties in ID, 1 in VN ) - available for new executive or corporate position in Indonesia and SE Asia. Please contact to this email: <expatgm@outlook. com>. [458] Experience Security looking for Job. Just for night job. Call 0831 1495 0547. [566] Hi I’m an experienced English teacher looking for an English teaching job private or schools. I’ve taught English in Japan for 16 years. Please contact Sharen on 0813 3981 0502 or <sharenrobby@gmail. com>. [727]

Putri Arinda Wahyudi, 20 y.o. Job Experience: - Public Relation Executive Club of Ambhara Hotel Jakarta Selatan, - Reception of Akasaka Denpasar, - as Sales Promotion Girl. Young lady, English speaking, good on cumputer skill, good looking. Looking for a job as Marketing Public Relationship. Call me: 085 224 139 944. [565] Looking for job as Part Time / Full Time Accounting Manager / Accountant. Please contact Lina Ph. 0896 6762 5518. [729] Looking for a job as Marketing Manager or assistant to Marketing D i r e c t o r, 1 5 y e a r s o f experience within selling and marketing duties mostly in printed media, diploma degree, excellent English both verbal and written, able to operate PC or Mac. Man, good looking, professional. Please email me to <marketingbali2014@yahoo. com>. [266]

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Finance & Accounting Manager We are a fashion retail company in Kuta, Bali that have many stores across Indonesia. Requirement: • Female , max 40 years old and Living in Bali • University degree in finance, accounting or in a related field; a Master’s degree may be required. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance or equivalent work experience • Minimum 5 years of accounting experience, preferably in retail industry • Intermediate to Advanced Excel user. • Strong communication and analytical skills • Excellent leadership skills • Familiar with MYOB • Good common in English Benefit : Good salary, THR, Jamsostek, Medical, Travel allowance. Please send CV to : hrdfashion78@gmail.com Only short listed candidates will be notified NC/Es/1 Oct 14

THE LAYAR DESIGNER VILLAS AND SPA Is searching for

BALI CHILDREN FOUNDATION Some great opportunities for experienced individuals who would like to work and at the same time make a difference to the lives of poor children, their families and their villages. We are a major yayasan providing education scholarships for disadvantaged Balinese children urgently requires experienced persons to work in our fundraising and public relation office in Kerobokan and education office in Singaraja.

BUTLER • Male / Female 20 to 30 years old, good looking • Minimum 1 year experience in villa complex in 5 stars property • Fluent in English spoken and written • High responsibility, diligent, and willing to learn • Salary based on experiences

Data and Communication Coordinator

Female, 25-45 years old, high attention to details

HOUSE KEEPING SUPERVISOR / EXECUTIVE HOUSE KEEPER ASSISTANT • Male / Female max 30 years old • Ability to work in team and under pressure • High responsibility, diligent, and has a strong leadership • Has an experiences in villa complex in 5 stars property • Salary based on experiences

Fundraising Assistant

Male/Female, 22-35 years old, good knowledge of PR & Social Media

Education Director

Female, 30-40 years old, min 5 years working experience in teaching/academic field, will be based in our Lovina, Singaraja Office - North Bali

Application will not be considered if not complete with CV, presentation letter and recent picture.

Excellent spoken and written English is vital for all above positions. An advance knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Internet. An above average salary will be considered to the right applicants.

Please submit your application Letter and CV with your recent photograph to: gm@thelayar.com THE LAYAR Designer Villas & Spa Jalan Pangkung Sari 10X, Seminyak 80361 - Indonesia. T:+62 361 733262 F:+62 361 737957

Please send your CV to: mayne@balichildrenfoundation.org

PT. Sentral Retailindo Dewata operate a premium Bakery Shop & Café invites professionals with passion for the following position:

EXECUTIVE CHEF BAKERY & PASTRY / BUSINESS PARTNER Job Description: • Responsible for establishing Bakery & Pastry concept with Café (preferably French Style), products and coordinates the production and its distribution • Respects and applies the standards and the procedures, the rules of hygiene and safety • Able to manage the unit to be a profitable center • Customer Oriented, Supervise and motivate the team Requirements: • Male with experience as an Executive Chef Bakery & Pastry in an established organization. Minimum Diploma/Degree in Culinary or hospitality • Having strong leadership with ability to work as a team, fluent in English and able to manage food quality and control production kitchen operation (prefer formal HACCP certification/training) • Preferable French nationality and work location in Bali Please send your application letter with complete CV to: ayu.sukarini@rcoid.com PT. Sentral Retailindo Dewata (Jl. Kediri 36A, Tuban, Bali – Indonesia 80361) NC/Es/1 Oct 14

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URGENTLY NEEDED!

An award-winning luxury resort located in Sumba Island invites suitably qualified applicants for the following posts

Due to our rapid expansion, combined with the launch of our new Holiday ‘OPTIONS’ program we are now ready to recruit new competent, enthusiastic

Sales Consultants We are looking for individuals who possess energy, drive and ambition. Experience in direct sales is a distinct advantage, however personality and attitude are far more important. • Full training and ongoing professional support guaranteed. • You must be a team player and able to fit into an already existing friendly, dynamic environment. • You will be offered a package unparalleled by any of our competitors. • 12% commissions, bonuses, free vacations and a multitude of other working benefits. • You should be at least 30 years of age and speak fluent English. If you would like to be part of our continuing success story and also feel that you fit our criteria then please contact: My Vacations Human Resources Department: hr@myvacationsgroup.com or phone: +62 361 8478228 to make an appointment

• PADI Instructor (Sumba), PADI Certified Diving instructor Has First Aid certification Posses strong leadership and managerial skills Has experience in a resort / commercial dive operations, Friendly and have positive customer service attitude and good command of English • Income Auditor (Sumba), 3 years experience in accounting / 2 years as income audit clerk / night auditor Good Command of English Excellent computer skill (Excel, VHP) Good understanding of hotel OE, FF&E, F&B Items • Japanese – Sous Chef Extensive knowledge of Japanese Cuisine & ingredients (Must) Previous experience as sous chef or extensive experience as CDP Able to work the line and expedite tickets/order at the same time Work cleanly & efficiently Strong Leadership Able to maintain high level of hygiene and conduct training Minimum 2 years experience in luxury establishment or Japanese Restaurant If you feel you are suitable for the above mentioned positions and have the drive and determination to succeed in the above role, please send a copy of your CV with cover letter to hr@nihiwatu.com Please include expectation.

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Real Estate NUSA DUA Spesifikasi Land Size : 3460 m2 Certificate : Freehold Location: Canggu close to Echo Beach, Suitable for villa or resort, ocean view, 850 mio per are Jl. Puri Kesambi 25, Kerobokan www.superiorpropertybali.com | superiorproperty2006@hotmail.com mobile: 081233654862, 081239177277 C/Re/I-20 August 14

House For Sale from German Architect. Located at Sektor Bunga Puri Gading, in a very exclusive area in Jimbaran - 3 bedrooms + 1 maidroom, 4 bathrooms, laundry room, 2 storage rooms, open living/dining/Europe kitchen, pool, carport - Building size 222 m2, land size 125 m2, security area system - Centrally located. Kindergarten, national & international school in walking distance - Close to the beach, shops and restaurant - 15 minutes away from the airport - Freehold, fully furnished, Rp. 3,2 M negotiable

Contact : eenk.bruhne@yahoo.de 0821 4417 7747 C/Re/G-3 Sept. 14

House for sale

Jl. Kertawinangun II, Perum. Graha Bali Paradiso no. 45, Denpasar

For sale apartment, side of the beach, Tanjung Benoa. USD 130,000. 081 238 77 599. [8305] House for sale, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, AC, water heater, semi furnice, 1.5 are land, quiet, nice garden, Kampial Indah Residence, 10 mins to Pandawa beach. Please call 085 5373 9009. [9046]

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Land For Sale From Owner From 1 Are To 1 Hectare Bali Great Locations KIKI +62 812 4649 5678 NC/Re/P-01 Oct. 14

Villa for rent daily, weekly, monthly, yearly. Available 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms, fully furnished, hot & cold water, cable TV, swimming pool, parking lot, free Wifi, 5 minutes to the beach & international school. Call 0361 887 6679 / 081 138 5315, email <juarez@balileisurems.com>. [8925] Villa for rent in Sanur area. Located 4 Km north Sanur, on 18 ara land, this property consist in two separate building. Main villa has 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, very large livingroom kitchen, gudang, large private swimming pool, garden with ocean view, large garage. All A/C and all modern comforts and telephone. Second building consists in three bedrooms, two bathrooms, open livingroom and kitchen. All furnished western style. All just renewed. Price USD 30,000/year. Please contact at 0813 3720 5352 (English) or 0821 4554 6488 (Bahasa) or <niwayan88@ hotmail.com>. [8998] Nice good size house, one 2 story guest house, & a office. 4 large bedrooms main house, maid quarter,all furnished, nice swimming pool. Asking USD 24K/ year or less for 2 yrs more rent. Contact: <johnjaehongkim@yahoo.com> or HP: 08123-8090-83. [9045] Studio/office building for Sale in Ketewel area. Land size 4 are. Property consists of main Studio building. Small house at the rear which could be used as office space or living area. Tranquil rice field view situated on the edge of green belt land over looking Sanur sea 2 kilometers away. 081 2388 3532. [9055]

Close to Sanur beach, airport and Bypass. 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, freehold, water heater. Land 15.9x10m2, building 180m2. 1.5 storey. Safe, quiet and exclusive area.

Price Rp. 1.9 Billion - nego. SMS 08123815292 NC/Re/P-17 Sept. 14

For sell: “Joglo Tumenggung” Traditional wooden old teakwood house from central of Java. 12 m x 12 m (building size) and the Joglo 20 cm x 20 cm. Please contact: 0812 3632 6060 or 0361 793 6974. [9058] Furn, AC, WH, 5 -12 min drive to BIS and Dyatmika. 3-bdrm upperfl, 1 bdrm groundfl. Extra space for soho. Rp 100 and 40 Mil/yr. Antonio 081 139 5140 Ida 742 1590. <3colabs@gmail.com>. [9062] Over Contract Land 57 are/46yr. Prime location centre of sanur 300mtr from the beach. Please contact: +62 821 4709 0601. [9071] For sale freehold new villa in Sanur. Location in Bumiayu street behind Swiss Bell Hotel. 3 bedrooms ensuite bathrooms, swiming pool, fully furnished, modern interior, garage, storage. Only 320.000 US$. More information, photos contact owner 0819 9939 4455, <guzibga@gmail. com>. [9072] Remodeled traditional joglo in secure complex next to mangrove, 100m from the beach, excellent access to bypass. 2 AC bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, kitchen, dining, living room, big garden, swimming pool, furnished, available from September 1st- Yearly contract preferable, please call 0361 270 859 / 289 843. [9077] House for rent, location Sanur-Bali. Just renewed, 2bedrooms, 2bathrms, full furnished, AC, Hotcoolwater, livingroom, kitchenset, more info contact owner Mr Bagus on 082 147 245 997 or 0361 275 3382. [9080] For Sale / Long Term Lease Land in strategic location at Sanur - Bali, suitable for Villa, House, Office and Hotel. Starting size 500 m2. <bali.corp.01@gmail.com>. [9082] For rent a new and stylish 2-bedroom villa, living+dining room, pool. Tranquil and save area. 5 min. to MCD, 10 min. to the beach. 120.000.000 year, call/sms 0813 3902 7987, <sunsetsekuta@gmail.com>. [9083] Studio Apt., furnished, mthly rental, 4,000,000rp plus electric, wkly service, pool in complex, free wi-fi, 10 mins walk to beach path. <newstartbali@email.com> / 0852 3796 4565. [9090]

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LOOK WHAT MADE THE A LIST THIS WEEK! A list villas Pererenan. Jl Babakan. Wonderful, NZ architect designed villa on 11.5 are. Stunning 180 deg. greenbelt ricefield views. Huge living spaces. 3 massive bedrooms with ensuites. Indoor/outdoor pool. Over 450m2 landscaped garden. Fully furnished. Big garage and storage. US$825,000. Freehold.*VS-001 Seminyak. Behind Bintang. 2 br/3bth Fully furnished villa.Large pool, large living space. Guest changing/bathroom. All mod cons. Parking. Fully licenced. HUGE rental potential. 26+25 lease US$410,000.*VL-016 Seminyak. 300m from beach. 6 br villa on 1400m2. Separate living and sleeping wings. Wonderful marble bathrooms. Lap pool. 2 kitchens. Huge living and entertaining spaces. Rooftop BBQ. Reduced to US$995,000. Leasehold.*VL-035 Petitenget. 2 attached freehold villas. Next to The W.7 bedrooms total on 600m2. Brand new. Beautifully furnished. 1x3br, 1x4br. Stylishly furnished. Gourmet kitchens. Luxury bathrooms. Top brand electronics. Automatic garage door parking. US$1.755 million.*VS-037 Oberoi. Private suite apartments. Seminyak living, Italian style. 4 luxury apartments behind Red Carpet. Architect designed. Elevator to each floor. 3x2 br. 96m2. Penthouse 1 br with 30m2 terrace. Ultra stylishly furnished. All services provided. 50 year lease, from US$197,000.*VL-020 Umalas. Beautiful 4br/4 bth villa on 800m2. Famous Dutch architect.A true work of art. Furniture by Dutch craftsmen. Huge kitchen and living areas.Large saltwater pool, vaulted ceilings, beautiful rice field views.Only US$895,000. Freehold. *VS-033 Berawa. Amazing 4 br villa on 770m2.The last available in Madrid Architect’s vision for Bali. A wonderful full security complex of 11 unmatchable villas. 4 br, with enormous ensuites. Mezzanine games room or 5th bedroom. Lap pool. Exquisitely furnished living spaces with every conceivable comfort and every detail perfect. It will blow you away. 1 min from Canggu Plaza. I min from the beach. Leasehold 30 years. US$625,000. Has to be seen.*VL-054 Berawa near Canggu Club.Freehold. Brand new 3 br villa. Modern style. Architect designed. Amazing use of space. Off-street parking. US$276,000 furnished with pool.*VS-003 Canggu.500mfrom beach.Wonderful, architect-designed, brand new 2 bedroom villa with saltwater pool, solar hot water, for only$189,900.*VL-025 The Elysian. Oberoi. Absolute bargain!! Beautiful 1 br villa in this booked out, high-end enclave. Walk to Kudeta, beach, Jl Oberoi. Complex has restaurant and spa. Big ROI. Save $40,000.US$112,000!!!*VL-019 Seminyak. The Villas. Rare villa for sale in this famous resort. 2br, fully furnished, fully managed. 8 week owner stay. Big returns from this ever-popular luxury resort. 15 yr lease remaining. Just US$220,000. Don’t miss it!*VL-007 Seminyak. Batubelig Beachside. 180 deg. ocean views. Private beach access. 5 br/6bth on 3 floors. Roof terrace with jacuzzi. Exquisitely furnished. Saltwater pool. Private.43 yr lease. Wonderful investment. Just US$750,000. *VL-060 Umalas 1. 5 br villa on 8 are. Brand new. Gourmet kitchen. 2 living rooms. Staff accom. Filtered water. Saltwater pool. Leasehold. US$650,000*VL-030 Seminyak. Jl Plawa. Stylish 2 br, 3 bth 2-storey residence. Huge living space, Beautifully furnished.Big pool and beautiful garden. Off-street parking. US$290,000. *VL-004 Seminyak. Stylish, completely remodeled, 2 bedroom villa with pool, fully furnished. Western kitchen. All mod cons. Great rental potential. Only US$140 000. 28 year lease. *VL-032 Kerobokan. Country Estate. 7 bedroom French-influenced estate on 2300m2, with 2 pavilions containing 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 3 kitchens, staff quarters, office, games rooms and large BBQ bale. Full solar power back-up and every conceivable extra. Brand new, part-furnished. Never been lived in. Wonderful mature gardens. And just 7 minutes from Seminyak. US$1.800,000. *VS-009 Seseh Beachfront 6 br villa. Rare beachfront opportunity. Beautiful Teak villa with 6br, library, office, enormous professional kitchen, guest beach house. Huge old-growth trees. A wonderful ambience. Just US$1,200,000.*VS-053

A List Land Semiyak. Drupadi 1. Streetfront. 20 are. US$4 million. Freehold. *LS-028 Echo Beach Beachfront. 92.6are. On 4 titles. Ideal resort land. 50m absolute beachfront. 50m street frontJl Sea Sentosa. US$11,500,000.*LS-012 Canggu Beach. Jl Nelyan. Freehold. 12are on the river. 200m from surf beach. Good shape and access. On 4 Sertipikats. Just Rp 600 mill per are. Bargain!! *LS132 Petitenget. 18 are. Freehold. Between Potato Head and The W .Square shape. 3.5m access.Rp 2.1bill per are.*LS-006 Oberoi. 13 are. Freehold. Good shape and access. Behind Café Bali.US$1.5 million.*LS-026 Umalas Lestari. 11 are. Good shape and access. 30 yr lease. Rp.8 mill/are/ yr.*LS-063 Br Semer.Behind Bali Buddha. 15.6 are. Full road frontage. Perfect shape for villas.28 yr lease. Just 6 mill/are/yr.*LL-111 *reference numbers for info from website: www.balalist.com. Enter number in ‘keyword’ top right. All US$ values subject to exchange rate.

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Six bedroom villa on 1,500sqm freehold and 500sqm leasehold land On the top level sits an art studio adjacent to a spacious parking lot A large living/dining room and kitchen pavilion with a guesthouse Two private swimming pools enjoy riverside views Only 3km from Echo Beach and 20 minutes from Seminyak

For Sale from US$ 995,000 Julien Hug +62 (0)821 4526 1373 Seminyak Of¿ce +62 (0)361 737 358

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BB-B323

Modern design, three-bedroom villa on 500sqm of land Large living/dining/kitchen pavilion with sliding glass doors A hardwood deck surrounds an 8 x 4m freeform pool Leasehold 26 years with 25-year extension at market price Located just ten minutes from Seminyak

For Sale US$ 420,000 Erika Benyamin +62 (0)819 1664 3345 Seminyak Of¿ce +62 (0)361 737 358

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BB-B299

Beautifully laid one-bedroom villa in gated estate on 150sqm of land Consists of two pavilions set around a private 3 x 3.5m deck A large en-suite bedroom with bathtub and monsoon shower Open-sided living & dining areas, Western kitchen and breakfast bar Offered on a 27-year lease with a 30-year extension at market price

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A three-in-one villa on 1,298sqm of land near Batu Bolong Beach Consists of a vast two-storey main house and a garden guesthouse Ten bedroom, two living areas, each with a kitchen and dining areas Two swimming pools and a media room Leasehold for 28 years with option to extend at market price

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Rare opportunity to acquire 1,280sqm freehold land in Bumbak, Umalas Well-shaped and 28m wide makes it ideal for a private villa Electricity onsite and less than 100 metres to water and telephone lines Access is direct off a public road and is ready to build Located only a 10-minute drive from Seminyak

For Sale IDR 9,600,000,000 Julien Hug +62 (0)821 4526 1373 Seminyak Of¿ce +62 (0)361 737 358

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Freehold, signature design villas on 3,900sqm of land Has a three- and two-bedroom villa and a cottage with total 8 bedrooms Each villa comes with open-plan living area and manicured gardens Private marketing of¿ce, two swimming pools and a plunge pool Located in a quiet area in Umalas, only 10 minutes from Seminyak

For Sale from US$ 2,200,000 Julien Hug +62 (0)821 4526 1373 Seminyak Of¿ce +62 (0)361 737 358

Canggu • • • • •

BB-B271

Two-bedroom quality villa in Berawa on 200sqm of land Built in an L-shape around a 8.5 x 3m swimming pool Of¿ce can be converted to bedroom, and parking for one car onsite Leasehold for 46 years with 20-year extension at market price Close to beach, shops and restaurants

For Sale US$ 275,000 Julien Hug +62 (0)821 4526 1373 Seminyak Of¿ce +62 (0)361 737 358

Canggu • • • • •

BB-L916

Sprawling 12,750sqm plot in the fast growing area of Pererenan Freehold with easy access to the main road Ownership certi¿cates have already been issued Electricity, water and telephone lines are onsite Located roughly two kilometres from the beach

For Sale IDR 5,418,750,000 Julien Hug +62 (0)821 4526 1373 Seminyak Of¿ce +62 (0)361 737 358

For Sale US$ 900,000 Julien Hug +62 (0)821 4526 1373 Seminyak Of¿ce +62 (0)361 737 358

2,000sqm plot in Petitenget with ideal shape for development Faces a small tree-lined river, meaning nobody can spoil the scenery Electricity is onsite and water and telephones are close by Leasehold 20 years with 25-year extension at market price Close to the beach and even closer to great restaurants and shops

For Sale IDR 6,400,000,000 Erika Benyamin +62 (0)819 1664 3345 Seminyak Of¿ce +62 (0)361 737 358

Freehold home set in a discreet complex of fully-managed villas Three single-storey connected pavilions set on 582sqm of land Three-bedrooms with en-suite looking at 14 x 4.5m swimming pool A large living and dining pavilion with a fully-¿tted Western kitchen Just 100 metres from the beach in Batu Belig

For Sale US$ 269,000 Erika Benyamin +62 (0)819 1664 3345 Seminyak Of¿ce +62 (0)361 737 358

For Sale US$ 350,000 Julien Hug +62 (0)821 4526 1373 Seminyak Of¿ce +62 (0)361 737 35

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BB-B266

For Sale US$ 1,250,000 Erika Benyamin +62 (0)819 1664 3345 Seminyak Of¿ce +62 (0)361 737 358

Absolute-beachfront, freehold apartments on Seminyak Beach Spacious 80sqm space with ¿ve-star luxury by world-class resort group One bedroom with en-suite bathroom and private balcony Fully furnished, sophisticated and modern design Just steps from the Indian Ocean and Seminyak Village

Kerobokan

Seminyak

Kerobokan • • • • •

BB-L918

1,782sqm of rural charm in Umalas Measuring 55 x 33 metres of gently sloping land Electricity, water and telephone lines are less than 100 metres away Leasehold for 30 years with 25-year extension at a ¿xed price Just ten minutes drive from Seminyak and 2km from the beach

For Sale IDR 5,078,700,000 Erika Benyamin +62 (0)819 1664 3345 Seminyak Of¿ce +62 (0)361 737 358 C/Re/G-1 Oct. 14


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01 October - 15 October, 2014

KUTA Fully furnished airconditioned rooms for short or long term stay. Up to 4 rooms available. Jl. Raya Kuta. Close to beach, restaurants and shopping area. Please e-mail <stayinkuta@yahoo.com> for info and photos 081 7470 7559. [5176]

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VILLA FOR SALE DIRECT OWNER Canggu Berawa 3 Villas for sale 20are, 2villas and 1villa semi build 2min to Berawa Beach Rp 22,000,000,000

For more information contact: Ph: 081 835 9895 Tel: (0361) 7427377 www.balirealestate.net

Bungalow / villa for rent. Jl. Patimura gang Melati no. 2x Legian and Kuta area. Full furnished, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom, parking area. Price: IDR 4 million/month. Contact person: Ketupat Restaurant (0361) 758 969 / 0811 380 6867 / <ketupat2dewisri@gmail.com>. [7653]

pppsumbawa.com • 1.72 ha white sand beachfront only • 60 are @ Lakey Pipe . Best position • 11.9 are @ The Stones Subdivision • 15 are beach front Periscopes • Hillside land with great views from

Rp 1 M for all. Rp 30 jt/are Rp 22 jt/are Rp 35 jt /are RP 2 jt/are

+628123802310 pictureperfectperiscopes@gmail.com C/Re/G-9 July 14

Available room for rent at Kuta, air conditioned and fully furnished, Wifi, daily maid, lounge, 10 minutes to airport and beach. Can be daily or monthly. Pls call 0819 3302 0938 (Pak Putu). [9038] For rent land building (hotel license) possible partnership central kuta 800 square meters. Rent/sale ocean view villa Balangan 4 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / fully furnished / pool. Call 081 7976 6874. [9049]

NC/Re/G-28 May 14

KEROBOKAN Villa for rent. 2.5 are, AC, hot water, swimming pool, living room, location in Pengubengan Kerobokan. Contact 081 2363 0309, 0878 6191 5454. [7916] House for rent in Kerobokan. 1 are, 2 storey, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, garage, no furnished, Rp. 45 million/year min 2 years. Call 0819 1665 9151 / 081 2363 0309. [8801] Rent: Mertanadi 60A. Charming, elegant house with pool. Fully furnished, 2 bathrooms, 2 bedrooms. Indoor 120m2, Outdoor 150m2. Tv, internet, maid & gardener included. Rp198 million/year. 0819 3435 0111, <www.casasantai. com>. [9026] North Kuta 2 blocks of land for sale. 2.5 are each. 10 minutes from Seminyak. US$ 200,000 each. Direct owner. Call Ketut Wardana (0361) 743 4008 / 081 139 5948 / <www.balilandforsale.com.au>. [8770]

C/Re/G-17 Sept. 14

LAND FOR SALE BELALANG 8 Are In nice western area. Good access, electric and ready to build ( Aspect ). Beautiful rice paddy views. A great land banking opportunity. Freehold. Price : IDR 225 Million / Are KEDUNGGU 14 Are, 6m Road access, 700m to Kedunggu surfing beach, Rice field paddy views, Ready to build. Freehold. Price : IDR 350 Mill / Are / Nego

Contact : Mrs. Sara

081 236 227 777 / 087 862 374 777

For sale modern 4 bedroom house, full western kitchen, 2 bathroom, leafy patio, pembantu + bathroom, A/C, built-ins 2 storey, in nice well kept residential area, night security. Contact Made on 0813 3782 8328 or <ma-deb@hotmail. com>. [9037]

C/Re/G-01 Oct. 14

2 bedrooms villas for rent weekly & yearly. Located Taman Sari Kerobokan. More info contact <your_homes09@ yahoo.com> or 085 6371 9366. [9041] Umalas Villa for Rent 4are, 3bedroom ensuites, pool, fully equipped kitchen & livingroom, garden, 2 car parking, wifi, cable TV. Daily min 3 days, weekly and monthly 45jt. Email: <umalasvilla78@gmail.com>. [9044] Large renovated building for contract on Jalan Mertanadi. 6 year contract 170mill per yr. or as fully equipped restaurant a steal at 230mill per yr (you own all equip/ furnishings). 0815 5892 8261 or 0852 3222 8388. [9060] Rented: Villas & studios, in tranquil area at Gang Tunjung II, Jl. Gn. Jaya Wijaya, Kerobokan (2km from Seminyak). Furnished, wifi, swimming pool, large garden. Rates from Rp. 6 mill to Rp. 19 mill per month. Daily is possible. Ph: 0878 6193 1898 / 0812 3870 1988. [8313]

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Sentosa Residence Umalas, the newest project by the International award winning Sentosa Worldwide Resorts, a name synonymous with contemporary tropical luxury and elegant simplicity. This exciting project offers cutting edge, fully integrated resort style living, set on 6.5 hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens, with a choice of One Bedroom Villas and generously sized One, Two and Three Bedroom Premium Villas featuring private garden, sundeck and swimming pool. Much more than a home, Sentosa Residence Umalas offers a community and a lifestyle that is chic and sophisticated, yet ultimately secure, comfortable and affordable. You will find yourself part of a nurturing community, a private paradise that you will always be happy to come home to. However, with so many facilities on your doorstep you might find that you never want to leave. The Sentosa Residence Umalas development includes 24-hour medical centre, a gourmet deli, international restaurants, world class spa, residence club house with olympic sized swimming pool, fully equipped gymnasium, and even an outdoor cinema! Villas at Sentosa Residence Umalas range in price from USD 199,000 to USD 699,000

VISIT OUR SENTOSA SALES OFFICE: Jl. Laksmana 999X, Bali 80361, Indonesia For more information please contact Chloe at +62 877 60134 888 | chloe@sentosaworldwide.com | www.sentosaumalas.com C/Re/I-25 June 14


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01 October - 15 October, 2014

CANGGU 2 & 4 bedrooms villa for rent (daily / monthly) in Canggu. Close to Canggu Club, Berawa & Ecobeach. Fully furnished, pool, etc. Call: 0816 865 097 / +614 1098 4086 / 0813 1845 5725 / 0821 1788 8293 / 0813 1119 3337 (Bahasa). See: <www.balisupervilla.com>. <www.villashanticanggu. com>. <www.villasemat.com>. <www.villajalak.com>. [6234] Freehold villa for sale. 4.6 are, great location Pererenan, Canggu. 1km to beach, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, AC, pool. Garden, semi furnished. 4.4 Billion. For villa showing contact Pak Ngurah 0878 6245 4586 or <mondotonio@hotmail.com>. [8582]

APARTMENTS & VILLAS

UBUD

Wireless broadband / Cable TV Private or shared pool Well-equipped kitchens

Land for sale 2,5 Hectare, Tegalalang, river view, good price. Land for sale 6,5 are Tegalalang Sebatu, rice field view, Rp. 125 jt/are. Contact 0852 3714 4456. [7915]

RARE ANGON VILLAS, Kerobokan Contact us on: (0361) 736 339/ 0811386450 You can now find us on Facebook C/Re/A-19 Feb 14

Villa in Canggu for rent weekly, monthly, yearly. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, fully and modern furnished. Pool, garden, covered parking. Not far from Canggu Club. Contact: Ernesto 0813 3915 7653, email: <ernemag@tin.it>. [8943] Sotis Residence, villa close to Echo Beach (only 5 minutes), Canggu Bali (Kayu Tulang). Land size 2,6 are, building 2 are, 2 storey, 3 bedrooms, 3+1 bathrooms, pool, price nego Rp. 4.500.000.000. Owner: Andi 081 818 9218. Limited unit. [9005] 6ara prime location 500mtrs to Canggu club. Leasehold 27yr + 20yr option. Amongst quality villas 50 mtrs to beach. 10 mil per ara per year. Email: <kenwestley@outlook. com>. [9018] Villa rent building 125 m2 / 2.55 are, furnished, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom, living, dining, kitchen full equip, garden, pool 2 min from Berawa Beach, 5 min Canggu Club. Rent Rp. 175 million / year. Call 081 895 7082. [9043]

NC/Re/G - 1 Oct. 14

A BEAUTIFUL CANGGU VILLA FOR SALE

Very close to Canggu Club. Land : 313 m2 Building : 267 m2. Two levels floor. 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, PLN : 3500 watt Swiming pool, carpot. Complete furnitures and fully furnised! One gate system, paving block rood access . Price Rp. 6,5 milyar (nego).

For info or inspection: 0812 3613 9993 (Made) jessatama@gmail.com NC/Re/R-17 Sept. 14

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Seminyak Jl Telaga Waja land for lease 5.5are 29 yrs lease with extension option, central & quiet location. 18 million/area/yr. Contact 081 2389 0994 or <peter@ penjorbalimandiri.com>. [8927]

Super deal: One bedroom only Rp. 7 mil/month. Full Service, Zhurga Seminyak Apartment 50 sqm space with modern interior, kitchenette, living room, sharing pool and garden. <www.zhurga.com>. Email: <info@zhurga.com>. SMS/Call : 0878 6175 9558. [9064]

Shop for rent. Prime retail location main road Seminyak near Cafe Moka. Phone: 081 2389 5402 / 081 2380 2751 or email <d_pastime@hotmail.com> for inquiries. [9034] Seminyak/Oberoi stylish apartment. Monthly/yearly rent. Cozy, fully fitted furniture. Perfect couple/single. 1 bedroom & bathroom with shower/bathtub, private outdoor terrace/ balcony, living, kitchen, AC, 24 hours security, wifi, indovision, including cleaning. <simplebeautyphotography@ yahoo.com> / Susy 0812 3613 3470. [9057]

Land 4,5 are leasehold 23y, IDR 600.000.000, +20y, near Echo Beach, Tiying Tutul. Facing greenbelt, road access, car parking, IMB process started. <jg@ultima.pt>. [9068]

For Sale Canggu land 2640 m2 at Kayu Tulang and 2270 m2 at Tiying Tutul. Please call 081 735 0877 or <adehandayani1010@gmail.com> for details. [9084]

Best price investment in Seminyak. $85,000. 29 years lease hold, brand new luxury studio apartment. 42m2, completely furnished with beautiful complex facilities. Ready to move in or start renting from September 2014. Call now for further information or inspection. 0813 3767 4040 / 08123 88 1677. [8855]

2 bedroom villa for rent in Seminyak. Pool, fully furniture, aircondition. Lock up car port. 8 months lease 90,000,000 Rp. Electric and staff not included. Phone 0813 3823 2015. [9033]

Freehold villa to sale. Amazing location! 5 min walk to Batubolong Beach. 3.9 Ara. Design Charming Joglo super quite! luxury area! 2 BDR en suite bath in Jalan Nelayan. Price Rp 4.6 Bi must sell! Call 0821 4443 6374. <tolauralucio@gmail.com>. [9063]

Riverview land for sale 5min drive from Nyanyi Beach, on the border of Canggu and Tabanan. 1750 sqm, selling at 250jt /100 sqm. Contact 081 2465 6277. [9079]

SEMINYAK

2x Fully renovated and upgraded shops for rent on Jl Drupadi, Seminyak. One 100% complete and another 95%. IBM in place. Min 3 years, max 10 years. Pls visit <http://tinyurl.com/drupadi> or call 0812 3767 4243. [8980]

For sale Company PMA 100% under foreigner name ownership and capital, no need local partner. Perfect to buy land / any other safe type of business, Management, development company. <grupocorami@gmail.com>. 0821 4783 0213. [9054]

Land for sale in Pererenan. Free hold (hak milik) Zone for building. 5 are river side block. Fully walled and landscaped including deep top soil, ready for building. Electricity in the street, ready to connect. Unique quite location over looking river, rice fields and surounded by tall trees. Sharing one common wall only. Access road. Price IDR 750 million per are. Private sale no brokers thank you. Can be viewed anytime. Photos emailed on request. Telp 081 2387 2049 / 081 1389 3419. [9078]

Freehold kavling land in ubud, each plot 200m2 square, access road 6 meters, view, hill, quite place good for invesment, near Ubud. Short term invesment with good profit. Promo price ask 081 755 5005 / 0361 215 8848. [9088]

Restaurant / Bar for rent. Location: Seminyak. Contract: 3 years & 5 years. Option. Fully furnished & equipped. All licenses present. Information: <restaurant@lestari-bali. com>. [8956]

For properties and land for long term rent or for sale in Canggu and the surrounding areas please visit <www. baliselectproperty.com>. Tel/SMS 0361 780 1788. <info@ baliselectproperty.com>. [8970]

New 3 bedrm Villa for sale, western style, semi-furnished, solarhart hotwater, borewell, ACâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, 5500W, parking 4 cars, pool, mature garden, 10 mins Canggu club/school, 15mins Echo beach. Call Ana 0812 3630 5235 or email <chuantik@ hotmail.com>. [9074]

Successful turn key restaurant business for sale. Central Ubud. Large area, 375 Sqm area with potential to expand further. Over 9 yr lease with possible extension. Great opportunity. Email <dewiadrianna@gmail.com>. Serious interest only. [9056] Beautiful 2 bedroom, private pool villa for rent, short & long term, 5 minutes to Ubud center. <www.kakulvillaubud. com>, <masdana81@gmail.com>. [9075]

Large up to date listing of monthly & yearly villa rentals between Seminyak and Canggu area. Experienced rental consulting and hand-picked quality properties with family friendly set-up, garden and enclosed living space. All Villas are available now and vary between IDR 200-500 million/ year. Inquiries via <www.balinaturaltreasure.com> and 0361 715 2013. [9048] Luxury apartments for rent in Canggu, 1 bedroom, 2 story with private garden, no pool, great location, weekly or monthly from Rp. 2 million/week. Tel 0361 780 1788. E-mail <info@baliselectproperty.com>. [8002]

For rent: 4 unit villa, each villa has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 guest room, kitchen, swimming pool, Wifi internet. Located in Ubud. Please contact Gusde 0819 9911 9268. [9053]

C/Re/G - 1 Oct. 14

Villas for rent Seminyak 2,3,4 Bedrooms, modern style. fully equipped kitchen, cable TV, pool, internet connection, tropical garden. US$ 120 - US$ 500 per night. Available for short and long term rentals. Villa/Land sales. Please call +6281 797 35110 / +62 812 3794 6713. [8154] Rent Drupadi Bungalow, 1 bedroom, full furnished, living, garden, AC, hot water, Wifi. Week USD 200, month USD 500. SMS 0361 780 2288. [9061]

Beautiful land 18 are for lease 30 years + 25 years. Ricefield view and quiet. Located between Umalas 1 and Petitenget. 1km from the beach. Flat and rectangular field 55x33 meter. Free access 1.35 are. 2 houses are on the ground can be removed or renovated. Lease 30 years Rp. 9.5 million/are/year. Possible extension 25 years payable 2017 for Rp. 11.5 million/are/year. Good deal.

Call now 0878 8185 0350 E-mail : nicolaspurorge@gmail.com NC/Re/M-09 July 14

Seminyak/Legian Border - 200 metres to Blue Ocean Beach - highly sought after Double Six area location. 7.8 are with 30 year Lease. Prime land with 2 existing villas. Suitable renovation or new built. US$250,000 per house or US$450,000.00 complete package. Genuine Enquiries. Phone 0817 473 5533. [9070] 3 bedroom with swimming pool in Seminyak/Legian. Quiet, central, AC, Wifi, landscaped gardens. 12 juta/month. Small 2 bedroom, 30 juta 6 months. 0815 5816 4966, <annulzy@yahoo.com>. [8963] Villa Bunny, older style 2 lge bedroom, ensuites, good kitchen, a/c, fans, 8x3 pool, over contract Sept 2015. Jl Drupadi, 0819 9919 6919 / <newstartbali@gmail.com>. [9089]


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‡ Best location, minutes¶ walk to the beach, shops restaurants! ‡ Spacious layout, two en-suite bedrooms can add 3rd bedroom ‡ Open space living spaces overlooking the pool and garden ‡ Perfect property as a beachside residence or a holiday rental villa Price USD 285,000 Land Area 200 sqm Ownership Leasehold 23 yrs Build Area 175 sqm

‡ 0odern three bedroom villa on two levels in upscale Seminyak ‡ The villa comes fully furnished decorated, ready to move in ‡ *reat holiday rental proposition in the heart of Seminyak ‡ The best buy on the market, at under AUD 300,000! Price AUD 295,000 Land Area 200 sqm Ownership Leasehold 29 yrs Build Area 170 sqm

‡ B(ST D(AL IN TOWN-Well presented newly built 3 bedroom villa ‡ Three generously si]e bedrooms with en-suite facing the pool ‡ Fantastic location, quiet yet walk to Double Si[ Beach nightlife ‡ *reat as a holiday villa and at this price a real steal Price USD 205,000 Land Area 30 sqm Ownership Leasehold 2.5 yrs Build Area 180 sqm

SEMINYAK - 821

BERAWA - 562

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‡ Newly built and furnished creating a bright modern clean villa ‡ Swimming pool with sundeck area , tropical plants and ga]ebo ‡ Located in the centre of Seminyak, minutes from bars / beach ‡ (stablished rental returns make it a great investment property. Land Area Build Area

220 sqm 186 sqm

CANGGU - 720

Price USD 360,000 Ownership Leasehold 21 yrs

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‡ 0odern Balinese large  bedroom freehold villa, rice ¿eld views ‡ Stylish plush interiors, ¿ne furnishings modern technology ‡ Large open plan living area, high e[posed ceilings, lush gardens ‡ A stunning villa for living or investment established rental income Land Area Build Area

2000 sqm 50 sqm

Price USD 1,600,000 Ownership Freehold

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‡ Traditional and modern architecture with a ³-oglo´ structure ‡ Spacious living area overlooking the swimming pool and garden ‡ *reat opportunity as a holiday residence or rental business ‡ Fantastic location in Berawa, less then 500m to Canggu Club Land Area Build Area

500 sqm 300 sqm

CANGGU - 399

Price USD 300,000 Ownership Leasehold 29 yrs

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700 sqm 350 sqm

Price USD 95,000 Ownership Leasehold 8 yrs

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‡ Beautiful mi[ of modern and Balinese design over two Àoors ‡ Three spacious bedrooms all with stylish ensuite bathrooms ‡ Located in a quiet, secure comple[ a short drive to Seminyak ‡ Best priced freehold 3 bedroom villa in area, must be viewed Land Area Build Area

3 sqm 207 sqm

Price USD 70,000 Ownership Freehold

SANUR - 819

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‡ Large  bedroom family home in a secure residential comple[ ‡ Spacious open plan living area, high ceiling, sliding doors A/C ‡ Private covered terraced, garage, garden swimming pool ‡ Very quiet private 2 hr security minutes¶ drive to the beach Land Area Build Area

530 sqm 260 sqm

Price IDR 7,500,000,000 Ownership Freehold

LAND SEMINYAK - 492 BERAWA - 796 PERERENAN - 190 ECHO BEACH - 521 BERAWA - 774 BERAWA - 586

KETEWEL - 763

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‡ Italian designed, -avanese inspired  bedroom beachfront villa ‡ 0ain building houses living spaces three en-suite bedrooms ‡ Beachside lounge area for rest rela[ation lap pool deck ‡ Short drive to Sanur, perfect combination of lifestyle investment Land Area Build Area

1,900 sqm 50 sqm

Price USD 1,500,000 Ownership Freehold

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3500 sqm 20 sqm

Price (URO 389,000 Ownership Freehold

PECATU - 608

PERERENAN - 736 UMALAS - 781

Seminyak Freehold Land, 700 sqm (7 are), Freehold, IDR 850,000,000/Are Leasehold,800m from beach,1600 sqm (16 are), Leasehold 29 years, IDR 8,000,000/Are/Year Leasehold, 30 years, 700m to the beach, 1000 sqm (10 Are), IDR 8,000,000/Are/Year 500 - 600m from beach, 1000 sqm (10 are), Freehold, IDR 800,000,000/Are Leasehold Beachside Land, 2500 sqm (25 are), Leasehold 27.6 years, IDR 10,000,000/Are/Year Spacious Freehold Land In Berawa, 1200 sqm (12 Are), Freehold, IDR 685,000,000/Are Ocean View Land - Need To Be Sold Now, All Offers Will Be Considered!, 5000 sqm (50 Are), Freehold, IDR 250,000,000/Are Short Drive To The Beach, 3200 sqm (32 Are), Freehold, IDR 290,000,000/Are Umalas 1 Near Petitenget, Leasehold 30 years, 1800 sqm (18 Are), IDR 9,500,000/Are/Year

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01 October - 15 October, 2014

VILLA JOGLO FOR RENT Tibubeneng Canggu

IDR 5.ooo.ooo/ Month.

3 bedroom, 3 bathroom 1 maidroom 2 rest room Bathtub on master bdrm Pool. Fully furnitures 600sqm Land 30.000 USD/year 4.000USD/month Negotiable

Rent: week/ month/year

www.cozyumalasbali.com

0361 8075757 0817557550 (bertha)

More info please call : 081337323000

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SINGARAJA

House for rent. Ideal for home industry, 5 are land with house located in east Java, Banyuwangi. Call 0813 3850 0900. [8633]

Dijual Rumah kos 4 kamar luas tanah 2 are. Siap huni, fasilitas PLN, PDAM, SHM. Lokasi Baktisrage Singaraja. Contact info Suci 08 1834 7022. [7486]

Land for sale located at Tanglad Village, Nusa Penida. 132 are, price Rp 6 juta per are. Freehold. Contact: 0878 6008 1595. [8830]

TABANAN

Land for sale size 1800m2 in West Kintamani, mountain view, fresh air, quiet, peaceful. Good area to build villa. Located 5 km fom Tukad Bangkung bridge. Price 57 mill/ are. Contact person 0813 5331 2333. [8993] East Bali beach front property 38 are, running business, freehold for sale. Inquiry email <sinagagoatama@gmail. com>. [9035] Lovina best buy: 315m2 home sits on a spacious 1500m2 freehold land. Strong building and excellent layout that you can easily create your own interior concept with beautiful gardens. Direct from owner. Must see, AUD $269,000. Phone: 0878 6269 5737, email <sultancopler@ gmail.com>. [9047] Looking for investors to take part in an integrated concept at West Bali; family holiday destination, luxury resort, boutique hotels, residential, and beach club. Please contact us at 0813 3711 2202, 0816 113 4485, <vita. galih@yahoo.com>. [9051] Nusa Lembongan freehold land for sale 2 ara (200m2) approximately 80 meters to the beach Jungutbatu. Close snorkelling, surfing, restaurants. Price 450 million rupiah per ara. Email: <margie.wade60@gmail.com>. [9059]

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For Sale absolute beach front land and project, IMB, PLN, access road, 70 Aras, Tanah Lot. Direct from owner. Project finish 70%. USD 2,500,000. <fb3233@gmail. com>. [9040] For Sale 8ha land with great view at Klecung- Tabanan, Bali. Suitable for Villa or Resort. Contact 0813 3711 2202, 081 6113 4485, <vita.galih@yahoo.com>. [9050]

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Furniture factory “turn key” for sale. Factory area 400 m2, land area 1700 m2. Complete with all the equipment heavy and light, power 13000 w 3ph, water, solar kiln, <gvbali@ indosat.net.id>. 081 139 2942. [9066] Land for sell 5 are in Tanah Lot, Belalang, Kedungu. Strategic location, ricefield view. 10 min drive to Tanah Lot Temple, 5 min drive to Kedungu Beach. Price 330 million/ are nego. Contact 0819 9955 3526. [9067] For sale 10 years leasehold villa with private hotsprings. River and rice paddy view located in Tabanan $85.000. For more info call or email Putu Oka 0819 3617 4797, <oka.espa@yahoo.com>. [9081] Freehold land in Tabanan near Nyanyi Beach, 800m2 good plot nice view surrounding, access road, good plot for villa or homestay. Electricity, building permits available. Call 081 755 5005 / 0361 215 8848. [9087]

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Beautiful family home / commercial villa in a strategic area in Berawa Canggu. Only 800m from the Canggu Club and 3 minutes driving to the beach, this beautiful villa is the best of family living. Once through the gate, this property will warm your heart up and will catch your eyes. Set on large 1300 Sqm and 674 Sqm of living space, this luxurious property is designed to a minimalist concept with a clever layout suitable for family living or for a commercial purpose. Contact: Teito Furukawa Title : Leasehold +62 (0) 8786 186 7277 Price : USD 1,200,000 teito@raywhiteparadise.com

STAB975 Tabanan

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This villa offers an unparallelled level of privacy and space. Nestled in the rolling hills of the sleepy village of Yeh Kuning, the expansive 10,000 square meters gardens offer a hideaway quite unlike any other. With 4 guest rooms, each with private en-suite, spacious living spaces, huge pool, extraordinary facilities for dining and catering, sporting equipment, and endless possibilities to help you unwind. Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 9,750,000,000

SSNG425 Singaraja

Contact : Steven +62 (0) 813 3871 7636 steven@raywhiteparadise.com

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Beautiful 5 en-suite bedroom villa at Lovina. Built in 2006 the property is perfectly maintained with a manicured garden and a lovely wide pool. The property is built on 1000sqm land and has a 500sqm building size. Located in the heart of Lovina and within 5 minutes walking distance from the beach. Quiet and nice surroundings, ideal to escape from it all! This property is a freehold property! â&#x20AC;Śâ&#x20AC;Ś. !!! PRICE STILL NEGOTIABLE !! Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 4,000,000,000

Contact : Albert +62 (0) 812 3765 7685 albert@raywhiteparadise.com

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Located in one of Baliâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;up and comingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; areas, this land is a fantastic investment opportunity for you. Batu Bolong Canggu, close to Echo Beach, is known as the future Seminyak. Less than 15 minutes drive to the center of Seminyak, and 40 minutes to International Ngurah Rai airport. High end projects including Sea Sentosa, the Intercontinental and Potato Head beach club are already under development!

A superb opportunity for a renovation project only 200 meters from Nelayan Beach in Canggu. The property sits on 1500m2 plot of freehold land containing a 488m2 single ďŹ&#x201A;oor villa. Constructed of the highest quality, the villa features a beautiful garden, huge swimming pool, and a ďŹ&#x201A;exible layout for your interior concept with additional bedrooms possible. The property is exclusively listed with Ray White and the vendor is open to discuss serious inquiries. A guaranteed best buy!

Title : Freehold / Hak Milik Price : IDR 800,000,000/are Price : IDR 41,200,000,000

Title : Hak Milik / Freehold Price : USD 1,450,000

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Contact : Citra +62 (0) 818 0543 0453 citra@raywhiteparadise.com

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StunningFreehold ocean and viewslocated surrounded tranquil 700sqm landmountain strategically withinbythe very popular area isofwhat Berawa, conveniently situated close to the countryside welcomes you to this lovely property. Canggu Deli, and only minutes drive to SituatedClub on and 4380Canggu M2 (approximate 4410ARE) of absolute Seminyak. plot is by perfect withand a nice shape for an waterfront,This andlevel protected a large extremely sturdy easy build,wall, bordered by a small with rice embraces paddy views, retaining this â&#x20AC;&#x153;natural wood river eco propertyâ&#x20AC;? you zoned Perumahan (residential development) and is ideal for and spiritually enhances this restful 4 bedroom home. a private villa. For further details and property viewing please contact me. Contact::Brenda Annie Dean Contact Title / Hak Milik +62 Title ::Freehold Leasehold +62(0) (0)812 8133916 39458729 5009 Price Price ::IDR AUD5,600,000,000 980,000 annie@raywhiteparadise.com brenda@raywhiteparadise.com

Title : Freehold Price : IDR 5,640,000,000

LLOV242 Lovina

SCGU562 Canggu

1800 sqm

Beach front land in Lovina 18 are freehold!!! Prime Location. Close to â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Lovina Resortâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; (500 meters) perfect for villa complex or a small condotel. Can also be authorized for private villa or beach club, with scheduled airport at Singaraja this is the perfect location to make an investment NOW!!! Price will go sky high, as soon as the airport development takes off! IDR 250,000,000/are. Price is not negotiable. Title : Freehold / Hak Milik Price : IDR 4,500,000,000

Contact : Albert +62 (0) 812 3765 7685 albert@raywhiteparadise.com

Contact : Teito Furukawa +62 (0) 878 6186 7277 teito@raywhiteparadise.com

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Located in a well developed area of Jimbaran on a land area of 280sqm. Only 20 minutes drive from the airport, 5 minutes by bike to the famous Jimbaran beach. This property consists of 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, spa, rooftop garden, top brand water heater, garage and standard pool size. Contact : Emma +62 (0) 812 2279 8828 emma@raywhiteparadise.com

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GREAT DEAL!!! New villa in Canggu. Top quality. Great Location. Quiet and residential area. Only 5 to 10 minutes away from Canggu Club and the beach. Excellent access road. 4 BEDROOM villa sitting on 700sqm land. Build size 240sqm. Pool. Furnished. Year built: 2013. Leasehold for 22,5 years. Perfect family home. ONLY USD 230,000. Title : Leasehold Price : USD 230,000

Contact : Sebastian Merino +62 (0) 878 6048 6570 sebastian@raywhiteparadise.com

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