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09 February - 23 February 2011

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09 February - 23 February, 2011


For Sale; Samsung DVD Rom player for desktop computer, perfect condition, only used 2 or 3 times. Selling for 150,000. Tel: Kevin on 0878 6192 8179. [009]


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For Sale; Channel handbag mint condition original collection. Call 0818 0318 0777. Nusa Dua. [010]


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For Sale; Ships barometer heavy brass very old, very rare, Rp. 6 million nego. Peter 0361 746 4200. Kerobokan. [041] For Sale; Modem ASDL 2, new in box (Prolink), cost Rp. 1 million, sell for Rp. 490.000. Peter 0361 746 4200. Kerobokan. [042]

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09 February - 23 February, 2011

For Sale; Cabinet, bose speaker, DVD player and some interior. Rinai water boiler 100 l Rp. 750.000 using 1 year only. Please call 0361 283 609. Sanur. [051] For Sale; Nikon D5000 camera. Excellent condition, 1 year old. Rp. 5 juta. 0813 3840 6669. Sanur. [052]



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For Sale; Old type Wilson Rally Junior tennis racquets for sale made of iron suitable for age 8 - 12 Rp. 300.000; also Yonex adult tennis racquets made of carbon with wilson NXT string, complete cover, Rp. 700.000; all are original. Please call 0852 5363 4563. Kuta. [178] C/Ns/I-21 April 10

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Ngurah Rai No. 95 ( 0365-44242 ) Ngurah Rai Seririt, Singaraja ( 0362-94638 ) Ngurah Rai No. 85 ( 0361-947339 ) Tukad Pakerisan No. 100x ( 0361-257950 ) Ngurah Rai No. 50 ( 0362-21383 ) Danau Tamblingan No. 136 ( 0361-281914 ) Raya Batubulan No. 45x ( 0361-298062 ) Diponegoro No. 14x Amlapura ( 0363-23524 ) Raya Sesetan No. 122 Denpasar ( 0361-225088 ) Adi Sicipto No. 50X Banyuwangi ( 0333-418011 ) By Pass Kediri No. 50x Kediri-Tabanan ( 0361-819840 ) Sultan Agung No. 68 Jember-Jatim ( 0331-427979 ) By Pass Ngurah Rai No. 77x Nusa Dua Badung ( 0361-774639 ) Surapati No. 120 - Singaraja-Bali ( / Fax. 0362-31368 ) Basuki Rahmat No. 116 Banyuwangi-Jawa Timur Sukarno Hatta No. 75 Probolinggo-Jawa Timur


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09 February - 23 February, 2011


only Pak Tut √ makes the best croissants & danish at

Try our Yummy Breakfast / Brunch “ Croissants Florenine “ Visit us at: “ Bedugul Lake View “ shophouse, Candi Kuning,Tabanan, Bali. Ph: (0368) 21838 or 081 23812843

Our products are also available at : Singaraja - ABD Food Mart The only food specialist in town Jl. Udayana Barat 2, Singaraja Tel. (0362) 7001400

For Sale; Sherline, double bench stone grinder 2nd hand, in perfect running order, with support stand for sharpening. Ex. Australia 240volt. Model BG150, HP 1/4, RPM, 3000, Cyc. 50 amps, 2 phase. 1 . Price nett 1.170.000rp. SMS English please, 0813 3747 4477 after 10am. Pantai Saba Blahbatuh. [013]

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For Sale; Package, double tray & single photocopy machine, may need service & new ink powder, just been sitting in box. Flat bed scanner, old injet printer, old small TV+portable VHS player/ recorder, take the lot for 1.200.000rp. Phone/SMS 0813 3747 4477. Blahbatuh. [014] For Sale; As new never used. Ex Australia, Remington heated hair rollers Set of 20, combined small, med, large rollers. 800.000rp, Phone/ SMS 0813 3747 4477. Pantai Saba, Blahbatuh. [015] For Sale; Reduced price, recycling’s best. unique antique one only lounge suite, Texas Long Horn Cattle, lounge suite, genuine completely made from Texas Longhorncattle hide& horns. Two matching arm chairs, cushions, 2 foot stools. imported to Australia, I’m relocating wish to sell now. Price$ 7.000US. (retail price was $10.500. AUD) 0813 3747 4477. Pantai Saba Blahbatuh. [016] For Sale; Colloidal silver (6) one liter bottles only Rp. 80,000 each. Please phone 0852 3873 6011, no SMS. Kerobokan. [017] For Sale; USB modem Huawei, work perfectly with all GSM card, still in original box, sell for 250 k. Please contact 0852 3811 5007. Nusa Dua. [018] For Sale; Indovision decoder and satellite dish. Rp 500,000. Call 081 2386 6753. Canggu. [019]

For Sale; Canon DSLR Kiss X3/500D kit 18-55, 1 year, like new, rarely used, comes with battery grip original Canon, 2 Batteries, CPL and UV filter, shutter release, monopod, all in boxes, 6.5 million negotiable. Please contact 0852 3811 5007. Nusa Dua. [020] For Sale; Belkin TuneBase FM transmitter for your iPod. Plugs into your car cigarette lighter. Crystal clear sound and recharges your iPod at the same time. Clean, compact design. Rp 375,000. Please call 081 2386 6753. Canggu. [021] For Sale; Boys bicycles for 3-6 year old. One bike has Transformers design, the other is a sporty red colour. Great condition. Rarely used. Sell cheap. Call 081 2386 6753. Canggu. [022]

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For Sale; Yamaha amplifier AX-396. Crystal clear mono output (right channel needs repair). Selling cheap. Call 081 2386 6753. Canggu. For Sale; 3 piece rattan/teak love seat and arm chairs. Nice, design. Made in Java. Selling Rp 2.9 juta. Call 081 2386 6753. Canggu. [023] For Sale; Brand new Saeco Royal Cappucino fully automatic coffee machine. Good for home, office or cafe use. Sell for IDR 19.5mio (new price IDR 21mio). Call 0361-8725 711 for more info. Kuta. [024] For Sale; 1 set glass door suits for cafe or office front door. Size height 256cm Width 90cm Thick10mm. Still in very good condition and without scratch on glass. Ex cafe use. Price 3mio. Call 872 5711. Kuta. [025]

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For Sale: Dragon statue made from bronze. Very good ornament for your villa or restaurant or cafe. Price 4mio. Call 0819 3430 6268 for photo. Kuta. [026]

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Bali Advertiser

09 February - 23 February, 2011


Moving Sale; All must go. good condition teakwood jati sofa bed with cushion and table 4 million, medium teakwood chairs sets with cushion n table 2,5 million. medium wardrobe 2 million. SMS to 0818 0553 6076 for picture. Sanur. [011]

I am looking for partner or friends to play tennis in Canggu Club. I don’t have membership card, but maybe I can treat for drinks after play. I am Indonesian male at medium skill player. Working at famous printed media in Kuta. Please contact me 0852 5363 4563. [007]

For Sale; Panasonic telephone, digital cordless, brand new – never used, still in box, red + black colour, sell for Rp. 400,000. Call 081 856 6674. [012]

For Sale; 50 DVDs, action, drama, comedy, romance, all in perfect condition, only been watched once. Selling less than half price 190,000 for all. Contact Kevin on 0878 6192 8179. [008]

For Sale; Panther pickup only body late model and good condition (tray body only). Rp. 5 million nego. Peter 0361 746 4200. Kerobokan. [034]

For Sale; Samsung Soul Slide U900, black/grey color, 1 year old, complete box. Bought Rp. 1,9 million. Sell for Rp. 1 million nego. Call/ SMS 081 2381 5292. [069]

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09 February - 23 February, 2011

I want to join Sekaha Gong Balinese Gamelan for ladies group, experienced. Please call or SMS 0813 3827 1541. [001]

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For Sale; Spear big pelagic fish (tuna, wahoo, mahimahi) with world’s best freediving gear. Brand new Riffe custom gun (standard 43) w/ extra shaft, spare parts, and ten meters American 9/16th rubber w/complete floatline and fiber buoy runaway system $1,000. Wet suit Excel (sml), long Cressi fins, weight belt, traveling “knockdown” three-prong, & many new “Bluewaterhunter” accessories offered cheap due to ruptured eardrum and no can dive now. Considerable discount for everything. Kerry in Amed 0812 3646 1859. [002] Free invitation for our next programme: Medical lectures about lung cancer & nutrition for cancer patients. Bali Cancer Care Community: 0812 391 9893. Lunch & coffee break included. Supported by Cancer Care Community. [003]

Nyepi is coming!!!!! In our February 23 edition we will have a special Nyepi Section for all Nyepi ads. There will also be a Feature Article about Nyepi in the Nyepi Section. Get your ad in NOW for the February 23 issue. Contact one of our Marketing staff or call 755392.

For Sale; Already made cross stitch with frame. Good for valentine gift. Precious moment: Love one another. Interested? Please e-mail: <zooe.shirts@gmail. com>. Will send you the photo. Nusa Dua. [004] For Sale : Samsung Valencia smartphone, OS Windows mobile 6.5. Mint condition, complete with box and original accessories. Sell for Rp. 1.100.000, fix price. Contact Adi 081 2392 5264. Denpasar. [005] For Sale; Canon lens L series 70-200 f4. Good working condition. Sell for Rp. 5.500.000 fix price, bonus Hoya UV filter. Contact Adi 081 2392 5264. Denpasar. [006]

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09 February - 23 February, 2011

Moving Sale; Canon HG10 HD camcorder. Included WD-H43-wide-converter. Power Adapter. 40GB HD drive. LCD screen: 2.7in. MiniSDcard. Rp. 7 Mio (nego). For pics and info please call Michael 081 2395 1444. Sanur. [194]

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Happy Lunar New Year 2011

Moving Sale; Acer Travelmate 3212, WXMiPM740-73OS: Windows XP Pro SP2, Intel Pentium M processor 740, 1.73GHz, 2GB RAM, 14.1” WXGA color TFT LCD, 1280x800 resolution, 80GB HD. Comes with original software. Was Euro 1400, will sell for just Rp.4.5 Mio ONO. Please contact Michael 081 2395 1444 (no SMS!). Sanur. [195] Wanted; Video player (for big VHS cassettes). Must be in very good condition. Please call Michael 081 2395 1444. Sanur. [196]

“Remember GNC Super Tuesday” 1st, 8th, 15th & 22nd February 2011

Bali Galeria Mal, Lt. Dasar, Unit # 1A-16, Telp. (0361) 767067 Matahari Kuta Square, Lt. Ground, Telp. (0361) 763988 Carrefour Sunset Road, Lt. 3, Unit # TF-15, Telp. (0361) 8477418 Now you can also get GNC Live Well products via For further information, please ask our Sales Assistance or email us at

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For Sale; Electric guitar. Gibson Les Paul limited edition. DC. 22 frets. Oxblood. Made in Gibson’s original factory in Kalamazoo, USA in 1997. Good condition. Email <gibsonlespaul77@>. Denpasar. [197] For Sale; 5 batik from Carlos Goyeneche at half price. different sizes available. for reference check permanent exhibition in Warisan. Send email to: <carlospainting@>. Send SMS to: 0821 4400 1248. Bukit. [198]

Want to buy Canggu Club Family membership. March - December 2011. Happy to transfer for period and then back. Will pay premium for use. <matthewjcleland@>. [201] For Sale; Surfboards. 5’6, 5’10, 6,2. Epoxy with carbon fiber, Al Merrick Red beauty, Starting at 1.5 juta. Will be interested to swap boards too. SMS 0812 3652 0332. Seminyak. [202]

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I need your unused Olympus Li-ion battery charger Li-50 C. I will pay if you want to sell. Contact me <manullang956@gmail. com>. [203] For Sale; Glass shelves for showroom display. 15 sets (each set consists of 3 level glass shelves 80x40cm, 6 brackets, 2 horizontal pillars). All for Rp. 5.250.000. Also glass shelves 135x40cm 24 pcs (without bracket & pillar). All for Rp. 2.400.000. Contact (0361) 745 8845 / 0815 5830 4111. [204] For Sale; Used LG 11/2 pk air con in good working condition. 1.5 million nego. Call 0878 6198 8111. Seminyak. [205] For Sale; Six recycled wood post card stand, floor standing. Please contact 288 072. [206] Always and never are two words you should always remember never to use. C/Ns/G-26 Jan. 11

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YPK is a charity that works with differently abled children with Cerebral Palsy. They need laptops (Pentium 2 is fine) to teach graphics and to do math games. If anyone has laptops or desktops they are not using, please contact Linda 759 544; <>. [049]




Consultation from 8.00 - 19.00 JLN. TUKAD BALIAN 170 RENON, DENPASAR CALL FOR APPOINTMENT : (0361) 7449306, 9996980, 081916109609 ON CALL SERVICES : 085936113647, 9996939 C/Ns/G-21 April 10

Pet Parade Pet owners: Please sterilize your dogs & cats to preserve the natural environment.

Pets To Give Away These ads are free. E-mail to: Beautiful, cute, small Bali puppy, healthy, vaccinated and free to good home. Call Dayu at 0361-977 217. [001] Very cute Bali pups & dogs already vaccinated and sterilized looking for loving homes. Bali Dog Rehab Centre Ubud. Call Linda 790 4579 or 081 855 0947. [002]

Cute, healthy, small Bali puppies, seeks safe & loving home. Vaccinated. Call or SMS 081 138 0510. [006]

2 years old. 5kg. Yellow. Big. Rabies vaccinated.). Please SMS Bonita 0815 5896 1315. [010]

Short hair pedigree cat snowy white female, to be given away only to genuine lover. 0812 391 9893. [007]

Young Black female Bali dog free to a good home. Raised by a Western family, don’t want to give her away but must return home. She has a beautiful, friendly, loving nature, but is also a good guard dog. She’s 14 mnths old, toilet trained and has had all vaccinations and been desexed. Please contact Sara 0813 3801 4778. [011]

Mac is an affectionate grey, black & white 3 mo female puppy looking for a loving family. Beautiful markings, Free expat raised kittens beautiful nature. Vaccinated looking for loving home. & sterilised. Call 0812 380 Donation for vet appreciated. 5845. [008] Email: <balicatlady@gmail. Moet is an adult sterilised com> or Made 0361 275 Male dog (black with white 7664. [003] paws) with a very sweet Kintamani dog requires a nature whose owner doesn’t new home. Well trained and Adorable healthy Bali want him any more. friendly. Only 3 years old. I puppies ready for adoption. Sterilised and vaccinated. cannot take care of him anymore as I work overseas. Please call Wayan Doblet at Call 0812 380 5845. [009] He needs a caring owner or 085 6377 4966. [004] Due to moving to another family who can spend time country. I need to find a with him. He has been Adorable Bali puppies loving home and good desexed and vaccinated. seeks safe & loving home. environment for my cat. It’s Please call 0812 3637 4784 Vaccinated, can be sterilised. very sweet and close to or e-mail <hotdawg@ymail. people. (Bali local cat - boy. com>. [012] Call 081 856 6674. [005]

Pets For Sale / Wanted / Lost / Found

For Sale Line Ads Rp. 5.500 per word. Wanted, Lost or Found Line Ads no charge. Photo ads Rp. 359.000. All ads must be paid before printing.

For Sale; Saw bench in good order, cost 20 juta, sell for 9 juta nego. My project is finished. Peter 0361 746 4200. Sanur. [039] For Sale; Model glow plug engine 5CC, complete with all accessories including starter motor, brand new never started suitable for remote control helicopter/ boat or racing car. Cost me over $1000 will sell for $500.Peter 0361 746 4200. Kerobokan. [040] For Sale; Conga drums set of three, fort’e headliner series, with basket stands, wine red burn color, new price of 3, $491.00US= 4.402.000rp. Sell nett, at 4 million. Red bongo set & headliner chrome stand, new $193.00US= 1.752.000rp, sell at 1.500.00rp nett. Both sets minimum played. SMS. 0813 3747 4477 English, Pantai Saba Blahbatuh. [043] For Sale; Play station, dual controls, very little use, along with many DVD play station games. Excellent condition. SMS English, 0813 3747 4477 after 10am please. Thank you. Pantai Saba, Blahbatuh. [044]

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VETERINARY CLINIC Ph. (0361) 2757664 Email: Jl. Raya Pengosekan - Ubud - Bali

TRADITIONAL & HOLISTIC VET SERVICES operations,vaccines, acupuncture,herbal remedys Osteopathy, puppy training. We Support B.A.R.C Adopt a Puppy from Us 0818550947 or 081999444057 C/NS/U/03 Nov. 10

For Sale; iPhone 4 G 16GB brand new in box, never been used. Pristine condition, 6.6 Juta. Please e-mail <balibagusphotos@gmail. com> or SMS 0858 5725 4111. Kuta. [031] For Sale; iMac 20’, white color, 250GB, RAM 2GB, Snow Leopard, Excellent condition. Please Call 0812 382 312, Sergio. [032 ] For Sale; 15 meter Internet antenna, excellent condition. Complete with 3 poles, antenna, wires, cables, works with Blueline, Global Extreme, Rp. 1.5 million nego. Contact < D a v e 7 0 5 @ s e a b e l o w. com>, 081 2362 0676. Ubud. [033]

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Dog-Behavior Counseling 081 711 2266. [018] Malinois is a hybrid dog. to solve your dog problems. Father a Belgian Malinois <doggiesparadise@gmail. Sale some German Malinois and mother is a German com>. [013] puppies, 4 months old, Shepherd. Pls call 0361 369 Lovely Persian pet - Quality full vacccinated. German 5653. [019] cats from 1.2m IDR. 0812 391 9893. [014] Standard Poodle Puppies Looking for Shi tzu puppy new born if available less then 6 month old. Pls SMS to 0818 0553 6076. [015] Sale super Labrador puppies, vaccinated, stamboom, complete, cute, healthy. 743 2685. [016]

The ultimate dog!

6 female purebred apricot and rare dark auburn red puppies born 19 Dec. Expat breeder. Phone: Lizzie 0859 3612 8899 or Agung 0852 3708 5869

For sale Golden Retriever puppies 4 month, certificate, 3jt-4jt Dewi at 081 7973 0256 or 860 6630. [017] For Sale; Pure bred American Golden Retriever puppies, 2mo. Champion parents, imported from USA. Tattoed, vaccinated, deworm. Comes with Pedigree certificate. Call:

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For Sale; Gas mate - Aussie x2 burner with grill + hose, same as primus. New condition. 0818 0533 8853. Legian. [179]

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Lovely Nyepi at Ramayana Resort & Spa

Offering attractive Nyepi Package for 3D/2N Only Rp. 1,500,000 ++, Your package benefits; to stay at deluxe room, welcome drink upon arrival, daily ABF, 1X Nyepi dinner at Laksamana room and Yoga or Balinese Taichi at poolside area on 5 March 2011 at 08:00 AM

For Sale; Edu-play childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s climbing castle with red slide. suitable from 1yr+ almost brand new condition. 1.8 million rp. call 0819 3301 0747. Sanur. [180] For Sale; Portable cot 400k with free mattress, new plastic informa high chair 300k. Call 0819 3301 0747. Sanur. [181] Moving Sale; 1 pcs teakwood cabinet 2 M long x 70 cm high x 60 cm width Rp. 2,5 mill, 2 pcs small teakwood bench single sofa Rp. 2,2 mill and 1 medium. Rp. 1,5 mill, 1 large teakwood bench sofa 2 M long x 1 M high x 80 cm widht Rp. 3,5 mill photo availble for e-mail. Call 0813 3872 4288. [182] For Sale; Modern sofa, minimalist design, converts to double bed 1.8m long, dark blue upholstery, like new condition. Rp. 1.700.000 nego. Contact 081 734 7400. Kerobokan. [183] Notice: Bali Advertiser confirms all free Private Classified ads. When you send an ad, we will contact you. If we are unable to contact you then your ad is not printed.

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For Sale; Sanyo refrigerator (big freezer) 200lt, type: Star Emerald, only 1 month use. NP: Rp. 2.150.000, SP: Rp. 1.500.000. Contact 0813 3821 4271. Tanah Lot. [187] For Sale; Pentium IV, (HDD 80 GB, RAM 675 GB) monitor Samsung 17 inch, keyboard new, mouse new plus speakear plus smart phone modem CDMA all rp. 1.400.000. Contact 0813 8625 0849. Denpasar. [188]


Take Home Chef Dinner party, Cocktail party, Finger food We organize all your special events call us at 081 8055 07493 Ingold Email: C/Ns/G-6 Oct. 10

For Sale; Small Sharp fridge, used, good condition. Rp. 500.000. Call 081 7471 3506. Seminyak. [189] Get your free life lesson number (numerology). Please send full name (exactly as shown in your birth certificate) and birth date. I also do Tarot, I Ching. E-mail <dolphin@>. [190] For Sale; Rarity. 70 year old Bezar compass. Still in good condition. For collectors only. Please call Michael 081 2395 1444. Kuta. [191] Moving Sale; Olympus SP550UZ digital camera. 7.1MP. JPEG, AVI. xD-2GBpicture card. Only together with original Olympus PT-037 underwater housing. 40m depth. As new w/ original box and software. Bought in Singapore 6 months ago for US$890. Will sell for Rp. 5 Mio (fix). Please contact Michael 0812 395 1444. Sanur. [192] NC/Ns/I-09 Feb 11

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For Sale; Jimmy Lewis Hawaii Secret Weapon. Sandwich Epoxy Tuflite. 7,9 x 21 3/4 x 2 3/4. Green and white with deck pad, pointed nose, Like new. Lots of paddle power 4.900.000 rp. Sms 0819 3624 8599. [144]

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For Sale; Jimmy Lewis Hawaii Secret Weapon. Sandwich Epoxy Tuflite. 7,3 x 21 1/4 x 2 1/2. Blue and white with deck pad, pointed nose, Like new. Lots of paddle power 4.900.000 rp. SMS 0819 3624 8599. [145] Looking For; 2nd hand minimalibu or surfboard from 6.6ft up. Price under 1jt rp. SMS 0819 3624 8599. [146]

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For Sale: Brand New Semi automatic coffee machine 2group with 10,5lt boiler capacity and only 2600watt power. Made from Spain. Call: 0819 3430 6268 (Herry) for more info. Kuta. [027] Looking For; A power generator (genset) 3-6KVA for private house. Must be good brand, no Chinese. E-mail: <me@balibizconnect. com>. [028] For Sale; One set (a pair) of classic century Cross pen: Ball point and roller ball 12 K gold filled still in prime condition, bought in the States for US$270 now sell for Rp. 1.6 mil (for the set) Please call 279 6633. Denpasar Timur. [029] For Sale; One set (a pair) of classic century Cross pen: Ball point and roller ball 10 K gold filled in excellent condition, bought in Europe for US$240 now sell only for Rp. 1,4 mil for the set) Please call 279 6633. Denpasar Timur. [030]

For Sale; Beautiful old wood, 50+ large planks mostly 4 and 5 metres long, mostly Bingrai with some Camphor. 20 years old and best quality, plus other pieces and struts. Excellent condition. Rp. 5m the lot. Ubud area. For more info and list of sizes contact <>, 0811 395 963. [199]

For Sale; Concrete finishing machine sometimes called a trowling machine or a helicopter. Brand new never/ ever used. Cost me 9.6 million, sell for 6.6 million. Stops water pooling and water leaks. Peter 0361 746 4200. Kerobokan. [035] For Sale; Genset super silent 42KVA, turbo charged Mitsubisi with Marreli generator bought brand new 5 years ago. Owned and serviced by expat engineer, very little use. Engine from Singapore. Peter 0361 746 4200. Kerobokan. [036] For Sale; Genset three KVA, made in Japan, solar, very cheap to run, very cheap to start, 3000 watts, Rp. 6 million nego. Peter 0361 746 4200. Kerobokan. [037]

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Looking For; 2nd hand motor bike 250cc minimum, maybe Suzuki Thunder or Yamaha Scorpio 223cc. price under 10jt rp. SMS 0819 3624 8599. [147]

For Sale; ADSL 2 modem + router high speed internet access; billion bipac 5200m complete box with CDm cables, manual. Rp. 400.000. Tel: 0878 6029 0965. Sanur. [157]

For Sale; Restaurant/ warung equipt. 1x 6 door s/s fridge, 1x s/s stove oven, 2x s/s grills, 3x s/s work benches, 2x s/s sink + misc. items. Rp. 29,000,000 ONO. Contact 0873 6104 7800 / 0819 3484 1473. Jimbaran. [148]

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For Sale; Street surfing whiplash wave scooter whips side to side. Unwanted gift, used 3 times. (AUS$69.95 from Target) Sell Rp. 400,000. SMS 081 2385 0401. Sanur. [149]

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For Sale; Vinyl records turn table L Laker brand= Thorens TD 170, stroboscope speed control. Complete, perfect condition. 300 Euros, sale Rp. 1.200.000 fixed price, offers no accepted. Tel: 0878 6029 0965. Sanur. [159]

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For Sale; Panasonic telephone, digital Cordless, brand new, never used, still in box, red + black colour, sell for Rp. 400,000. Call 081 856 6674. [046]

For Sale; 2 surfboards. Made in USA. Good condition, hardly used. Byrne M. B 7-0 X 18-3/8 X 2-1/2 $250, GAK 6-7 X 183/8 X 2-1/2 $225 . Photos available. <jimbali60@> Hp. 081 629 5805. Bukit. [054]

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Whooping Cough again! If you thought Whooping Cough (Pertussis) was one of those diseases from the deep dark ages that we don’t see anymore, think again. I have heard of several cases of whooping cough this week. Whooping cough is alive and thriving. Even in the UK, a recent study showed that nearly 40% of school aged children who had a cough lasting for more than 2 weeks had whooping cough, even when most of them had been immunised against whooping cough. Immunisation against whooping cough works well in protecting babies and young children (it is part of the routine baby vaccine schedule), but the effect wears off over the years. Preschool children and teenagers still need to receive booster vaccines against this disease. Whooping cough is an infection of the nose and throat and lungs which causes long bursts of coughing. In young children the coughing spell often ends in a ‘whooping’ noise when the child can finally take a breath in. Children can have several coughing spells each hour, including while they are sleeping. They can also go on having coughing spells for many weeks (up to about 3 months for some). Very young babies, older children and adults can have whooping cough without the ‘whooping’ sound. What is whooping cough? • Whooping cough is an infection caused by a bacterium, Bordetella pertussis. Outbreaks of whooping cough were first described in the 16th Century. • The coughing spells seem to be caused by thick mucous, which is difficult to cough up. • Pertussis kills about 250,000 children worldwide each year. Nine Australian babies died from this in 1996-97. In Australia, epidemics of whooping cough occur about every 3 to 5 years. • Babies are at most risk of having severe health problems from whooping cough. About 1 in 200 babies who get whooping cough before they are 6 months old will die from the infection. How does it spread? • The infection spreads by droplets that are coughed or sneezed out. These droplets can be breathed in or they can be carried to the nose by hands which come in contact with the droplets (eg through handling used tissues or by touching surfaces which have the drop lets on them). • Whooping cough is very easy to catch. 70% to 100% of people living in the same house as someone with whooping cough will get the infection unless they have been immunized or have had the infection. How long is it infectious? • A child or adult who catches whooping cough will usually start to be unwell about 7 to 10 days after being exposed to the infection (this is called the “incubation period”). • A person with whooping cough is highly infectious in the first few days (when they seem to only have a ‘cold’). • Without treatment with an effective antibiotic, a person will go on being infectious for about 3 weeks. If the illness is treated with an effective antibiotic, a person will usually stop being infectious within 5 days. Signs and symptoms of whooping cough • The illness usually starts like a ‘cold’ with runny nose and a cough which is not like the spells of coughing later in the illness. • After several days the long spells of coughing start, causing difficulty breathing during the spells. The child will have many quick coughs in one spell. There can be several spells of coughing each hour (with an average of 25 coughing spells per day). • Young children often have a whoop after the coughing spell (when they can finally breathe in). They might vomit any food or drink that they have recently swal lowed, during the cough or soon afterwards. • Very young babies may not cough, but they may just stop breathing for a minute or longer many times per day. If they cough there might not be the whoop. • Adults and older children may not whoop, but they will have coughing spells and they may feel tired

(the coughing can interfere with sleeping), and generally unwell. It can be many weeks before it is recognized that the older child or adult has whooping cough. Finally, after several weeks or more, the coughing spells start happening less often and they stop happening about 2 to 3 weeks later. If the person gets a cold soon after having whooping cough, the coughing can start again for a while (much shorter than the original illness).

Treatment • If your child has been exposed to whooping cough, see your doctor, as your child might need an antibiotic to protect him from becoming infected. This will kill the bacteria but it does not stop the coughing which may go on for many weeks, unless the antibiotic is given very early in the illness. • Young babies with whooping cough are often so ill that they need hospital treatment. Feeding can be a problem because they often vomit after coughing. A baby may need tube feeding. • Cough suppressing medicines may be helpful for adults but should never be used for young children with whooping cough. Part of the reason for coughing is that there is sticky mucous in the airways which needs to be coughed up. What you can do • It is important to check often that the child is eating and drinking enough. • It seems that feeding a young child immediately after a coughing spell may mean the food and drink stays down. Feeding seems to trigger a coughing spell if the child has not coughed recently, but soon after a coughing spell, food and drink usually does not trigger another coughing spell. • Children who are coughing often will be tired and uncomfortable (coughing can cause tummy pain from overused muscles). Some paracetamol may help with aching muscles. Immunization • Immunization of babies against whooping cough protects most children completely, although a small number of immunized children may have a milder illness with whooping cough. • The immunization is given at the same time as immuniz ing them against tetanus, diphtheria and polio (at 2, 4 and 6 months and 4 years) • Immunization is also recommended for o adults before planning a pregnancy o parents of newborn babies o adults working with young children o adults at age 50 years (when combined tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis [whooping cough] vaccine can be used instead of diphtheriatetanus). You can make an appointment for immunization by calling either myself (08123660000), or Dr Ristie (08123818570) Preventing the spread of whooping cough • Any person with whooping cough should be excluded from child care, kindergarten and school until 5 days after starting treatment, or if not treated, for 3 weeks from the start of symptoms. • Children who are unwell should not be at child care, kindergarten or school even if they are no longer infectious. The teachers are not able to provide the care that sick children need. Kim Patra is a qualified registered nurse and midwife who has been living and working in Bali for almost 20 years. She now runs her own private practice and medical referral service from her Kuta office. Kim is happy to discuss any health concerns with you and she may be contacted via e-mail at or Hp. 081 2366 0000.

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Per-menopause and menopause can start as early as 40 years of age, and imbalances in estrogen can be present and may lead to symptoms. Most women of that age group can expect to live to be a mean age of 83. You may spend 30-40 years without the benefits of balanced estrogen and experience resultant and inexorable disease and decline from loss of estrogen. Bio – Identical Natural Estrogen

The Angels of Life, the Angels of Death Estrogens are vitally important to a woman’s health, and have hence been termed “the Angels of Life and the Angels of Death” by Dr.Cavalieri, a researcher who spent over 30 years studying their wide ranging effects on the human body. If you have too much estrogen you may notice symptoms such as excessive weight gain around the hips and bottom, insomnia, being highly moody and sensitive, and feeling bloated. If you have too little you may notice feeling depressed, your memory may be poor and you may also feel tired, lethargic and blurry. It is very important therefore to monitor your estrogen levels to make sure they are not too high or not too low. Benefits of Bio-Identical Estrogen Therapy Long term benefits of estrogen bio-identical replacement therapy include: • prevention of heart disease and maintenance of good heart health • makes vaginal tissues soft and well lubricated • prevention of osteoporosis, • prevention of Alzheimer’s disease & of memory loss, • prevention of cataracts and macular degeneration, • maintenance of mood and prevention of depression, • improvement in skin texture. Studies have shown that women who use natural hormone replacement live longer than those who do not and more importantly, feel much better and healthier. Essentially, estrogen keeps women’s cells and tissues healthy. Estrogen has 400 functions in your body. It increases your metabolic rate, enhances energy, improves insulin sensitivity, and regulates body temperature. It prevents muscle damage and helps maintain muscle. In the cardiovascular system, it helps maintain the elasticity of your arteries, dilates your small arteries, increases blood flow, inhibits platelet stickiness, decreases the accumulation of plaque on your arteries, decreases blood pressure, decreases LDL (bad cholesterol) and prevents its oxidation, acts as a natural calcium channel blocker to keep your arteries open (drug companies make toxic drugs to do this in patients with heart disease), decreases lipoprotein A ( a bad fat that is a risk factor for heart disease), reduces homocysteine (a risk factor for heart disease), increases HDL (good cholesterol) by 10 to 15%, and reduces the overall risk of heart disease by 40 to 50%. Estrogen has many benefits for your brain and nervous system. It helps maintain your memory, increases reasoning and new ideas, helps with fine motor skills, enhances the production of nerve-growth factor, improves your mood, increases concentration, helps prevent Alzheimer‘s disease, improves your mood, aids in the formation of neurotransmitters in your brain such as serotonin which decreases depression, irritability, anxiety, and pain sensitivity. Stay Young & Beautiful with Estrogen Estrogen is vital for a woman’s beauty. It keeps adequate collagen in your skin as well as increasing your skin’s water content and is responsible for its thickness and softness. It improves breast firmness, maintains the moisture and thickness of the genital tissues, and decreases facial wrinkles. Estrogen increases sexual interest and desire and keeps vaginal tissues soft and moist. Balanced estrogen levels are important for normal & pleasurable sex. Your body has receptor sites for estrogen everywhere: in your brain, muscles, bone, bladder, gut, uterus, ovaries, vagina,

The only safe and effective way of replacing estrogen is by using natural bio-identical estrogen. Since there are 3 main types of estrogen in the female body, it is important to use only the mildest and safest type of estrogen which is estriol. Estriol has been studied extensively and been found to be effective and very safe. In fact it is the only type of estrogen that may actually protect against breast cancer. In an unpublished study by Henry M. Lemon and associates, small doses of estriol were given to a group of postmenopausal women with breast carcinoma and metastases. The preliminary investigation was initiated as a trial of the safety and estrogenicity of the hormone in postmenopausal women with breast cancer and not primarily to test its activity as an alternative therapeutic estrogen for breast cancer. Surprisingly however, 37% of the women using this small dosage had remission or arrest of their metastatic lesions.

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In Europe natural estriol has been used for years in preference to the synthetic drug Premarin (which has subsequently been shown to significantly increase a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer and blood clots). Some important points to consider are: 1. Make sure you check your hormone levels using saliva hormone testing in order to check your estrogen levels. 2. Estrogen must be balanced with progesterone (not progestins or medroxyprogesterone which are toxins), even if you had a hysterectomy. Estrogen without progesterone or not enough progesterone can lead to breast cancer. Progesterone also has many benefits of itself. 3. Do not take any type of oral estrogen, even bio-identical. It can cause or make cardiovascular heart disease worse due to a protein that is made in the liver when oral estrogen hits the liver when absorbed from the gut. 4. Use only bio-identical estrogen cream containing only estriol, which is a milder and safer estrogen with cancer and heart protective effects. For information on saliva hormone testing and natural estrogen hormone therapy you can contact Neogen Anti Aging on 0361 767613. They also have the most advanced Whole Body Detoxification & Anti Aging Programs, IV Glutathione therapy, HGH Anti Aging Therapy, Ozone Colonic Hydrotherapy, Placenta & Stem Cell Therapy, Whole Body Ozone, as well Heart Disease, Diabetes and Cancer prevention and reversal programs in Australasia. The trained doctors and nursing staff there will be able to assist you with any of these programs.


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Can you touch your toes? If you fail this simple test (done the proper way, with legs straight), you’ve discovered a major flaw in your physique. That’s because poor flexibility in this movement inhibits your ability to build muscle and makes you more susceptible to injuries, especially those involving your lower back. But don’t worry: You can loosen up in just 3 minutes. So start the clock. Your physical therapy begins now. Flexibility 101 If you fall short of touching your toes, you may think that tight hamstrings are the culprit. After all, that’s probably where you feel the stretch most. But the problem could be elsewhere on the backside of your body. Most of us tend to think of our muscles in specific groups, such as “biceps” and “hamstrings.” But the reality is that a thin film of connective tissue called fascia surrounds every bone, organ, and muscle in our body like a big sheet of plastic wrap. The fascia unites seemingly separate muscle groups, causing them to function together.

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One of the best examples of this is the “superficial back line,” a chain of fascia-linked muscles that run from the top of your head, down your back, and all the way to your toes. The fascia ties these muscles together in such a way that if one muscle is stiff, it can limit movement at any joint up or down the chain. So if you can’t touch your toes, don’t necessarily blame your hamstrings. The limiting factor could be the muscles of your lower back, in your calves, or even on the bottom of your feet. Here’s why this matters: Stiffness in your superficial back line prevents you from working your lower-body muscles through their entire range of motion-for instance, during a squat or a lunge. It also leads to poor lower-back posture when you’re performing these movements. All of this results in a less-effective workout and a higher risk of injury. Eliminate these problems with a four-step plan:

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Touch Your Toes in 4 Easy Steps Try this 3-minute flexibility plan. It’s designed to diagnose and loosen your tight spots with simple exercises that you can perform at the gym, at home, or even in the office. 1. Loosen Your Back The Erector spinae are back muscles that run from the top of your spine down to your tailbone. Stiffness of this muscle group limits the degree to which you can bend your spine and torso. The Exercise: The Camel-Cat Get down on all fours. Your hands should be directly below your shoulders, and your knees directly below your hips. To create the hump-of-a-camel position, round your back by pushing it upward. Pause for one count, then push your lower back toward the floor to create the arched position of a cat. That’s one repetition. After 10 repetitions, try touching your toes. No luck? Move on to Step 2. 2. Loosen Your Hips This exercise stretches your hip muscles-the glutes and hamstrings-while removing tension from your calves, the next link in the chain. The Exercise: Hip Hinge with heels elevated Place your heels on a 25 pound weight plate or a 1.5 inch elevation. Maintaining the natural curve in your lower back, bend forward at your hips and reach for your toes. Pause for one count, and then raise your torso back to the start. Do 10 reps, step off the weight plate, and retest yourself. Still reaching in vain? Go to Step 3. 3. Loosen Your Calves By tweaking the exercise in Step 2, you’ll move the tension from your hips to your Achilles tendons and calf muscles. This stretch often produces the most dramatic results. The Exercise: Hip Hinge with toes elevated Place the balls of your feet on a 25 pound weight plate or a 1.5 inch elevation, and perform the same movement as in Step 2, again completing 10 repetitions. Then try touching your toes again. If you’re still not there, head to Step 4. 4. Loosen Your Soles Most people don’t realize that they have muscles on the bottom of their feet. They’re called Toe Flexors, and they influence the flexibility of your entire lower body. Prepare to be amazed. The Exercise: Tennis-ball foot roll How to do it: While standing, roll the bottom of your bare foot over a tennis ball. Work your entire sole over the ball for 60 seconds, and repeat with your other foot. Now try to touch your toes one last time. If you haven’t found success, go through the routine once more. Note that the steps in which you achieve the most improvement indicate your tightest muscles. These are the muscles you need to focus on. Natalie Kashani has a degree in Kinesiology and is a certified and experienced personal trainer and health professional. She is the founder of THE ART OF BODY - featuring Studio Pilates, Physio and Personal Training services. If you want to get in shape call: 08123 89 0999. E-mail: Website: You can read all past articles of The Art of Body at Copyright © 2011 Natalie Kashani

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so hungry, we didn’t care. We ordered a banquet of tuna, octopus and salmon sashimi, fried squid, seaweed salad and miso. A middle-aged Japanese man next to us introduced himself in fluent Indonesian. “Hello, my name’s Shinji-san. Welcome to my restaurant.”

After the usual drinking session last Friday, I wanted Saturday night to be low-key. So my housemates and I decided to do something different and go for a late dinner at the Ramen 38 noodle bar in Blok M.

We poured our sake and raised our little cups with a “cheers!”. The Japanese men overheard and raised their glasses, and yelled “campai!”, followed by hysterical laughter.

After driving around aimlessly for an hour, we finally found the tiny restaurant we had visited months ago.

“Where are you from?” Shinji-san asked. We told him we were from Australia.

As we climbed the stairs to the second floor, I remembered how much fun our last visit was – the place was full of Koreans cheering as they watched their national team thrash Greece in the World Cup on a tiny TV perched on the bar.

“Eeeeeeeeehhhh. Australia? Kangaroos!” he said, pointing at us, again prompting wild laughter from his companions.

The smell of kim chi and shochu, the sounds of plastic chopsticks slapping against plastic bowls, the image of all the pickled gratuitous side dishes and the memory of a cute guy sitting alone reading manga comics came back to me in a rush. As we got to the second level, we were met with an unexpected eerie silence. We walked in to find a deserted restaurant – without all the people, the food and the football match, Ramen 38 is nothing but a depressing diner. “Sorry, we’re closed,” the waitress said. For some unexplainable reason, they were shutting shop by 10 p.m. every night that week. Our excitement turned to utter disappointment, and to avoid losing interest in the night altogether, we needed a new plan, fast. “How about Japanese?” another friend suggested. We headed to a small side street off Jalan Melawai. Even though it was about 15 minutes from where I used to live, I had strangely never been there before. We parked, stepped out onto the street and gasped. It looked as if we had stumbled across yet another one of Jakarta’s red-light districts. The street was lined with old-fashioned shop fronts lit up in neon reds, greens and blues. Construction workers were still busy hammering nails into a high-rise development, working on the 20th floor, no helmets, harnesses or shoes. Men on the street tried to lure us into their restaurants and karaoke bars. It was impossible to distinguish the restaurants from the “restaurants”, so we took a stab in the dark and chose the first place of the left, a little Japanese izakaya called Ajihara. And there it was. The noise, the chopsticks, the smell of pickles and even the cheers we were looking for. Of course. It was the Asia Cup final, Japan versus Australia. It seemed we had found Ramen 38’s Japanese equivalent. We took off our shoes, sat around the table and ordered a pot of warm sake and appetizers to kick off.

At half time, the score was still 0-0, and the group by our side was much more entertaining than the match. “Do you know the famous Japanese song, Aishiteru?” Shinjisan asked. We shook our heads and he began playing air guitar while singing a twee Japanese love song.









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The men cheered at their friend and took swigs at their drinks. One of them tied his necktie around his forehead, which was yet another crowd-pleaser. We figured their joy had something to do with what they were drinking – a clear alcohol with some kind of round hairy fruit lurking at the bottom. “What is that you’re drinking?” I asked Shinji-san. “It’s fresh Korean shochu with salty pickled plum,” he said. “Indri-san!” he yelled at the top of his voice and clapped his hands twice. A little Indonesian woman came rushing out, and he said something to her in Japanese, to which she obediently replied with a sharp “hai!”. Before we knew it, we were all drinking the salty plum shochu on the house. “Arigato! Campai!,” we raise our glasses and took a sip. After just half a shot glass of this stuff, I began feeling a little light-headed, trippy even. By this time, the game had hit 90 minutes, and still no one had scored. It was about to go into overtime, and I was ready to either get up on the table and dance or pass out. “Indri-san!” Shinji-san yelled and clapped once again. Almost instantly, a bottle of makgeolli, a milky version of Japanese sake, appeared on our table. Enjoying the unusual high I was on, I kept on drinking. Surprisingly, this drink had a sobering effect.

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As soon as I got my wits about me, Japan scored the first goal of the match. The men stood up and cheered, the women smiled and they all pointed and laughed at us Australians. “Kangaroos! You lose! You lose!” they said, jumping up and down on the cushions in jubilation, embracing each other. We paid our bill and left our new Japanese friends to celebrate.

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Can’t we discuss this in private? I think on the whole Westerners are very private people. We place great emphasis on secrecy and confidentially. To break this, is often considered a taboo in our world. This is why, if we have something personal or business-like to discuss with someone, we always choose to do it in private, out of respect for both parties. I tend to feel uncomfortable if I have to discuss something private in a public domain. Recently, I wanted to discuss a business proposal with a businessman involving money, commissions and a cooperative, contractual, therefore confidential, agreement. The businessman was with another client, also Balinese, and they were discussing a retail opportunity. Rather than asking me to wait in another area (the place was like only four hectares after all…), he welcomed me to ‘join’ the conversation while he talked commissions on handicrafts and tourist bus arrivals. They both chatted frankly and openly about money negotiating with one another, as if half-expecting me to join in on something that I knew, nor cared, much about. After only 10 minutes or so it was my turn to ‘negotiate’ with the boss, with the other guy standing right there. The air of awkwardness eventually shied me away from discussing percentages with this guy and I ended up walking away confused and bewildered. I’ve also experienced this with Balinese friends or family when quite personal things, such as illness, menstruation or sexual matters are brought up in everyday conservation in a public arena. This could be due to the communal nature of traditional society, where in reality it’s near impossible to ‘find a quiet place’ to have a chat without anyone listening in. Most Balinese I’ve talked to about this regard having a formal private meeting with someone awkward and overly serious, preferring to talk in a more public, group situation. Understanding this—whilst bearing in mind that public humiliation is also taboo for the Balinese—is key to better understanding how to blend into both their business world and also their social arena.

Vaughan Hatch has immersed himself with Balinese culture, living with locals in Bali since 1997. He speaks fluent Indonesian and Balinese, and is unashamedly addicted to playing gamelan. A linguistic, archaeology and publishing graduate, he works for indOKiwi ‘linguistic and cultural solutions’ in Sanur. Email him on or call (0361) 464201 for further queries. Copyright © Kulture Kid 2011 You can read all past articles of Kulture Kid at

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For Sale; Unwanted gift, as we have many, printer HP 2666 black elegant, guarantee card, Rp 370.000, SMS 081 2396 6865, e-mail <>. Denpasar. [177] Looking For; A good priced manufactured 8thin queen sized mattress covers. Please call Wayan at 0852 3747 5281. [166] For Sale; D-Link bluetooth adapter for PC or Mac Rp. 200,000. USB Compact Flash Card Reader. Incld. Software Rp. 50,000. Infra Red USB adapter for PC. New in orig. box Rp. 50,000. SMS/call 081 116 8805 or E-mail: <bresela@gmail. com>. [167]

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For Sale; Kite surfing kites. Selling 18 meter Nash Kite and 12 meter Best Kite. 0813 3864 8034. Legian. [141] For Sale; Used iPod touch 3 gen, 32GB, bought June 2010. Perfect, box, cables, earphone, xtreme mac case. Rp. 2,3 juta. text only 0818 0530 0430. Kuta. [072]

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Gosh, I wish there was a way to track the reliability of my windows computer AND determine what programs are causing problems! Enter the Windows Reliability Monitor This Microsoft reliability monitor is a control panel program introduced in Windows Vista and still being used in Win7. It provides information about a computer’s reliability and the history of it’s problems. It displays a timeline (in days or weeks) of five different system events that can be further divided into failures, warnings and information.

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We have all experienced the following: • You have a computer problem that you can’t solve • You call your local computer repair person or service for an appointment • They make an appointment for you and say they’ll be there the next morning • The next morning comes and goes and no one shows up • You call them and you either can’t get through or they say they’ll be out the next day instead • This continues for a few days until, either they finally show up or you throw up your hands and call someone else. Sound familiar? Unfortunately, we have ALL had this happen. What can you do? Firstly, please remember that this might be a cultural problem. After all you do NOT live in your own country where this may or may not happen as often. So basically, this will continue to happen until you find a western owned company or a locally owned company that understands the frustration and stress that this behavior causes. What should the local technical person or company do? 1. Understand that an “appointment” means YOU will be there AND your customer will be there at a certain time. 2. If you are late try to understand that expats don’t expect this type of unprofessional behavior. It makes them angry! This means they will NOT recommend your company or service to their friends and you may eventually lose business. 3. You can train yourself and your people to ALWAYS call the client when you know you will be late or must reschedule your appointment. 4. Be honest about what you feel competent to do for your client and don’t promise something you KNOW you can’t do. 5. Know that you will get MORE clients doing business this way. You will receive more recommendations which means more business.


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Ok, having said the above, I do have a company to help with your PC problems I can recommend in the Denpasar/Kuta/ Sanur area. The man to ask for is Agus Mahendra, the technical expert who speaks English very well. The web site is (site is in Indonesian only currently) and can be reached at 0361 824 3910 or Please let me and this column be a clearing house for your GOOD experiences with local computer companies. If you have had a good experience and want to recommend a local technical service company, please email me and I will include your comments in a future column (with or without your name!). If we do this, perhaps we can weed out the companies that drive us crazy and start supporting companies that act professionally! ============================================================================================ Have a question or problem? Write me at I’ll try and answer as soon as I can. Bali PC Advisor and other Bali Advertiser article Archives now ONLINE: 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 - 2011 All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without permission of the author or The Bali Advertiser C/CI/G-8 Sept. 10

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For Sale; XBOX 360 Elite 120GB HD. 2 wireless joystick, Modified, so can read all the copy games. comes with box, accessories and more than 25 of top games on the market. 3 juta fix price. call 0819 3413 7304. Kerobokan. [093] Moving Sale; Tables 1x1 meter, chairs, oven, fridge, TV 29” flat screen, book shelves, MacBook laptop, camera Nikon, bed 2x2 meter, kitchen equipment. All kind of glasses and plates. Contact 081 856 8929 Yuli. Ubung. [094] For Sale; Cosmos rice box, never used, good price Rp. 75.000. Please call me 0815 5805 3794. Sanur. [096] For Sale; Canon Powershot G9, good cond, 2.7 million IDR OBO. Small scratches on LCD, 1 year old, works perfect, lens was just cleaned by Canon in USA, 12.1 megapixels, 12 x zoom. 0821 4450 5328. Ubud. [097] For Sale; Beautiful Powerbook Pro 13” silver, 4G, 1 year old. Needs new logic board and LVDS cable (repair approx $500 USD). Has all Adobe software, Mac word and is perfect condition. 0821 4450 5328. Ubud. [098] For Sale; iPhone 4, 32 GB, original California, still locked. Condition 100% good. Sale Rp. 4.7 million ONO. Mobile and charger. Call 0819 1641 9418. Kuta. [099]

Restaurant closing big sale. Kitchen and bar equipment, audio/video/TV/parabola, air conditioner, seafood display, seafood aquariums, working tables, sinks, ceramic Chinaware, glassware, computer system including hardware, menu folders, wooden decoration. Text 0812 3612 5179 or e-mail <>. Nusa Dua. [101] For Sale; Apple iPad, new, 3G, 16GB, Wi-Fi, ISP, Italian language but can change 4,5jt. SMS 081 834 9696. Kuta. [102] Child-care is looking for children books age 1 till 5 years. They have to be in good conditions. Also toys from that age like, duplo, or cars, or dolls, in good condition. SMS or call 081 856 4032 / 0361 747 4573. Canggu. [103]

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shaped Radiantly Alive raw chocolates. Taksu is also offering ridiculously inexpensive “practicum” massages again, this time in the Hawaiian Lomi Lomi style, as their masseurs master yet another discipline (Only rp 65,000 for one hour, including hot shower). Or try a romantic interlude, celebrating Valentine’s Day with a nature inspired, four-course lunch for two on Romantic Sunday, February 13th or Monday, February 14th. NYEPI Sadly, I’ll miss Nyepi, the Balinese Hindu New Year’s Day, which this year falls on March 5. From late February it’s worth cruising around the nearby villages, as the “ogoh ogoh” take shape, evolving from simple wooden frames into huge nasty paper mache monsters representing the bad spirits that have visited the island this year. On March 4 they will be ceremoniously carried through the streets on bamboo rafts, on the shoulders of hundreds of Balinese men, and then castrated and destroyed in the evening, ridding us of last year’s monsters.

The January launch of Saturday Night Supper Club at Wild Ginger Restaurant, with guest chef Hannah and her delicious home-cooked South African recipes, prompted thought about other countries with scrumptious cuisine, not yet available in Ubud.

At midnight, Bali completely closes down – even the airport, no planes allowed in or out – and we are legally obliged to stay within our own compound. We make no sound and no cooking smells, show no lights and generally keep out of sight of the new lot of evil spirits, who fly overhead, decide the island is clear of human life and fly on, leaving us alone. It’s a great plan, and also gives us the chance for some quiet time, “new year’s resolution” style. . EXHIBITION AFTER NYEPI

Hannah’s 70,000rp set menu included creamy pumpkin soup, a choice of three delicious traditional African casseroles - we chose the chicken, beef AND the vegetarian - with a salad, and an indescribable dessert called Malva Pudding. This is where “slow food” comes from - family recipes that take time, love and energy to produce. Wild Ginger on Jl Kutuh is normally closed on Saturday nights and the South African supper will be available every second week (next one, February 19). Book via sms to 082144 026 020; profits donated to Yayasan Cempaka Putih.

Starting just after Nyepi, Artist Kiranada S t e r l i n g Benjamin will present a solo exhibition of exquisite Japanese batik at the ARMA museum until March 26. For more info: visit www.betsysterlingbenjamin. com, email kiranada@betsysterlingbenjamin. com, or phone 08585 704 1663.

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DECISIONS, DECISIONS Some try to focus on work, but there are too many reasons to go out at night. And too many decisions – sometimes it’s easier to just sample everything. Last Thursday, I started at Laughing Buddha Bar on Jl. Monkey Forest, where international group Love in The Circus was so popular they had people spilling out onto the street, then shot over to listen to young band Emergency Exit, from One Dollar for Music Foundation at Bar Luna in Jl Gootama. I even read my favourite poem at Bar Luna’s (literary) Open Mike. Then I donned my dancing shoes and tried a bit of salsa with Karma at Café Havana on Jl. Dewi Sita, eventually back on Jl Monkey Forest, joining friends for some great reggae music at Lobong. Got home by midnight, with more decisions to make in the morning. VALENTINES FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN Make sure you support the 3rd Invitation of Love – the annual Valentine party on February 14, hosted by Kum and the Griya Faria reggae band. Held this year at the new CP Royal Steakhouse behind Lobong on Jl Monkey Forest, this fundraising extravaganza will support Yayasan Sjaki-Tari-Us. There will also be music performances from Ubud Djembe Session and Dria Raba Blind Children’s Band, and Balinese dance & drama from Ikang Papa Deaf Children. Ubud’s generosity shows again, with all food and drinks are donated by local restaurants, raffle prizes for hotels, spas, restaurants, rafting and banana boat rides, and auctions of paintings from Pranoto and other outstanding local painters. All proceeds go to the children. SWEETHEART MONTH And for your own sweetheart, book time for sharing at Taksu Spa. You could try a Sweetheart Massage in the special Couples Room, with 20% discount off the massage of each partner’s choice – maybe try the Chocolate Body Scrub and an Aromatic Floral Bath, with complimentary heart-

For those who want fast improvement in their understanding and fluency in a language, the “immersion method” – with good teachers and modern, intensive teaching methods – is the best answer. Until now, despite some excellent classes at Pondok Pekak library, Starfish and elsewhere, students have had to go to Denpasar or more often, Jogjakarta, to make rapid improvement in their Indonesian language. The newly opened Cinta Bahasa (short for Aku Cinta Bahasa Indonesia; I love Indonesian language) at Campuhan College provides group and tailored private courses for beginners, intermediate and advanced students, with meals and accommodation available on site. The group beginner course is $425 for a 4-week course (about $12/ hour). Ibu Dyah Prashetya Hening, the founder of Jogja’s best-regarded college, professionally trained Cinta Bahasa’s two highly experienced teachers. Ph. 081382 309045. Email: DANCE GATHERS MOMENTUM “Do ya wanna dance, under the moonlight?” Seems more and more people do, in Ubud. Try Barefoot Dance with Tye Zan, music maestro and dancer extraordinaire. Every second Saturday 7:309:30pm, up on the roof at Taksu at the very bottom of Jl Gautama South. Next two sessions this Saturday, February 12, and Feb 26. Organisers say it’s Ubud’s healthiest, most wholesome evening of dance and camaraderie, and ask you to bring your happy dancing feet. No alcohol and no smoking, but delicious drinks and light refreshments available. A lucky draw winner will receive a free 1-hour Thai massage. 75.000rp per person, more info: 0361 971 490.



For Sale; Baby mobile: Tiny Love cot mobile, electronic music box plays 4 different types of music, shapes/ animals move to the music. bought from Australia for $90 now selling for 400,000Rp. Hp: 0812 3940 0408 or email: <indokiwikel@ yahoo. com>. Canggu. [086] For Sale; Blackberry Curve 9300 in mint condition, as new. 1 month old with silicon case and glass protector. with box, accessories and 2 years warranty. Rp: 2,7 fix price, not nego! 0819 3413 7304. Kerobokan. [087]

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For Sale; Electronic stove brand Aowa new 5jt (nego). Dewi 081 7973 0256 or 860 8830. [088] For Sale; Digital camera Pentax Optio E10 6Mp, 3x-zoom, USB cables for PC+CD, portable size (like cigarette pack), power two AA size battery. Slightly use, best condition. bonus: case for carry. 990.000rph. 0821 4729 3294 Ira. Ubud. [089] For Sale; Sony Ericsson Satio. Phone + camera 12Mpx. Good condition, works great. Sale because I have iPhone. Box, guarantee card, memory, earphone, data cable, Stylus, etc. Buy for IDR 4mill, sale for IDR 3mill-ONO. Contact <> for pictures. Canggu. [090]

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-3 Nov. 10

For Sale; Rip Curl backpack col black, never use , too big for me. New Rp. 1,3 jt now sale for Rp. 700.000 only. Please contact me at 081 835 9222 or e-mail <>. Kuta. [091] Wanted; Unused/ broken electric equipment AC, fridge, electric pump & etc. text 0821 4740 7499. Denpasar. [092] C/U/G-25 August 10

For Sale; Billion ADSL2 + modem/router, BiPAC 5112S. Still under warranty until 17 Feb ‘11. Used from Feb ‘10 until Sep ‘10. Rp. 500,000. Contact 081 7067 2322. Sanur. [106] For Sale; One pair of adjustable crutches. Rp. 400,000. Contact 081 7067 2322. Sanur. [107] For Sale; Linksys wireless-G home router, WRH54G. Rp. 400,000. Contact 081 7067 2322. Sanur. [108] For Sale; Living room table, 150x90x50H, teak wood, dark acajou, very nice and high quality. Paid Rp. 950.000. Sale Rp. 500.000. Fixed price. Tel: 0878 6029 0965. Sanur. [160]

For Sale; USB modem, AHA EVDO brand new, used only twice – not needed now, can be used with PC or Mac, with SIM card, sell for Rp. 400,000. Call or SMS 081 856 6674. [161]


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For Sale; Krisbow wireless surveillance camera system (camera + receiver) like sold in Ace Hardware. Supports night vision and outdoor conditions. Receiver (4 channels) can be connected to TV or computer with video connection. <garage868@>. Sanur. [121]

For Sale; Baby sleep wrap: The original Safe T sleep, A safer sleeping environment for your baby by helping to prevent tummy sleeping, falls from cots and beds. Excellent condition, Rp. 500,000. Hp: 0812 3940 0408, <indokiwikel@yahoo. com>. Canggu. [128]

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Bali’s Early Days by A. A. Gde Putra Agung At the turn of the 19th century, opium addiction a m o n g s t B a l i ’s a d u l t population was so widespread that in some royal palaces the opium smoke was so thick that geckos fell stoned from the walls. On average, one person could consume a pellet of opium in 20 days, and induced a marked laziness and short-temperedness in the character of the Balinese which was “so different from their natural diligence and charm.” Perhaps the most sensational aspects of Balinese history from a Western perspective, the drug’s hold on the general population, widow sacrifice and slavery are the subjects of three short but engaging essays that comprise Bali’s Early Days. After a period of constant war, the end of the 19th century saw Bali broken up into eight kingdoms, each led by a powerful liege lord who supported and endorsed these ancient practices for their own political and personal ends. A chapter is devoted to each topic in this small 81-page book which can be read in one or two sittings. At the outset, six full pages relate eyewitness accounts of widow sacrifices by burning or dagger which took place from 1000 A.D. to the middle of the 19th century. The most detailed and harrowing dates from the cremation of a King of Gianyar in 1848 when three of his wives all sacrificed themselves before a gathering of 50,000 people in an “atmosphere gripped with sadness and pity.” From a Balinese perspective, the widow sacrificial rite (mesatya) was imbued within the romantic belief of eternal faithfulness between husband and wife, whether the life in this world or in the life hereafter, rendering the Western marriage vow of “death to us part” short lived by comparison. Through political intervention, the Dutch Indies government abolished mesatya by the beginning of the 20th century. Rushing to stop a widow-burning rite, an agreement between the Dutch Resident and the King of Tabanan was signed in 1904. The colonial authorities subsequently drew up agreements between the rulers of Klungkung, Badung and Bangli in 1905. The second chapter deals with Balinese slaves which were much sought after from the early 17th century when sailing boats plied the waters between the tiny island and Batavia, the capital of the Dutch East Indies. Slaves from Bali raised a higher price than slaves from other parts of the archipelago as the men were reputed to be fierce soldiers and willing to learn new things, while the women were valued for their beauty, kindness and care giving skills, (exemplified by the touching countenance of a Balinese slave girl in a sepia tone photo on page 28). Although the Dutch abolished self-sacrifice and slavery, because of the immense profits involved they continued to maintain and promote the opium trade. Opium was Bali’s first import commodity and the colonialists established their own set of laws in efforts to monopolize this valuable source of income. In order to wrest control of the trade from Bugis and Chinese traders, the Dutch established an opium factory in Kuta in 1839 which brought in 300 cases of raw opium annually.

Working through appointed middlemen, the monopoly was strictly controlled, the number of dens operating on Bali regulated according to population size. To maximize profits, the colonial government took over full and direct control of opium trading in 1894. Run like a franchise, each den had to show a numbered wooden signpost in Dutch, Balinese and Chinese. Opening an hour before the stroke of midnight and closing at six in the morning, only cash transactions were accepted with no credit extended. A photo on page 68 shows a lethally efficient mechanized government operated opium factory, with the look of a modern beer distillery, that produced pure opium.

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Finally, Dutch heavy-handed wealth mongering, the erosion of traditional regional authority and unrelenting criticism from moderate Dutch citizens who voiced their concerns that distributing the poisonous drug was “sapping the energetic charisma” of the Balinese, the consumption of opium had all but been wiped out by the late 1930s. The book’s three essays are condensed from the research papers of A.A. Gde Putra Agung, a graduate of history from the University of Gajah Mada, who carried out much of his work in the 1980s shifting through the massive archives of the colonial government in Den Haag and Leiden in Holland. As can be seen from the extensive bibliography of Dutch, English and Indonesian books and documents and newspaper and magazine articles found at the end of each chapter, most Dr. Agung’s primary research materials were in Dutch which makes the information gleaned unimpeachable. Completing his doctorate at Gajah Mada University in 1996, he held the position of Head of Research in Culture and Tourism at Udayana University in Bali for many years. Rodney Holt, who wrote the introduction, initiated the translation and publication of the work, placing these traditions into the perspective of Bali’s history of powerbuilding and conflict between kingdoms. Holt established the Puri Karangasem Historical Society. He is presently in the process of creating the Puri Agung Karangasem Museum and is a planning future biography of the last Raja of Karangasem, a history of Kuta, and a maritime history of Bali.

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The Sicilian Girl Neo-realism is a term applied mainly to Italian Post Second War movies, which seemed to present a vivid and truthful kind of social realism. Some of the essential elements of the genre in the past were real locations, and at least a proportion of amateur actors. Even today, many of the best pieces of contemporary Italian cinema are still made in this famous style. Based on a true story, director Marco Amenta’s new movie, ‘The Sicilian Girl’, is a stunning piece of modern Italian neo-realism. After the murders of her father and brother, a young girl swears vengeance on the Mafia. Surreptitiously, she documents the Mafia activities taking place in her close-knit Sicilian village, then, at the age of seventeen, she packs up her diaries and pays a call on the Anti-Mafia Prosecutor in Palermo. What is to eventuate is a riveting court-room drama. The conclusion of the movie will leave you shattered. Love & Other Drugs The only thing wrong with this movie is that, being American, it has to have, naturally enough, a happy ending. Perhaps, a more realistic ending, not offering false hope, would have been more appropriate. Even so, director Edward Zwick presents a romantic-comedy which contains a considerable amount of power. A pharmaceutical salesman falls in love with a beautiful woman suffering from Parkinson’s disease. Each, in their own way, has to come to terms with their predicament. Both Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway are endearing and captivating in their roles. The depiction of the marketing and merchandizing of American pharmaceuticals is particularly disturbing. At long last an American romantic-sex-comedy with substance. Red Hill It is pretty obvious that Australian director, Patrick Hughes, spent a lot of time researching the Classic American Western before embarking on this project. It is also pretty obvious that he paid a lot of attention to the work of acclaimed American director John Ford (1895-1973). Fundamentally, Hughes takes all the basic ingredients of the American Classic Western genre, and transfers them to a contemporary Australian Outback location. This relocation works really well. An escaped dangerous convict rides into town, on horseback, late one night, looking for vengeance against the bigoted policemen who put him away in the first place. Starting slowly, but, gradually, then relentlessly, building in tension, Hughes crafts a memorable Australian Western. Like a lot of present Australian cinema, the remarkable Australian Landscape plays a dramatic and vital role in creating atmosphere. Welcome to the Rileys After the death of their teenage daughter, in a bad motor car accident, the marriage of Doug and Lois Riley falls apart. Lois becomes housebound, and Doug takes to womanizing. On a business trip to New Orleans, Doug meets a seventeen year old runaway, and becomes platonically captivated by her. Joining her husband in New Orleans, Doug and Lois try to alleviate their emotional pains through the juvenile prostitute. Produced by Ridley and Tony Scott, director Jake Scott makes an extremely strong movie, with great performances from James Gandolfini, Melissa Leo, and Kristen Stewart. The King’s Speech When his brother abdicates, King George VI, the present Queen Elizabeth the Second’s father, unexpectedly ascends to the British throne. All of his life, George, or, as his family calls him, Bertie, has suffered from a dreadful speech impediment. Everybody, from the Prime Minister down, realizes that something just has to be done. An unorthodox Australian speech therapist is hired to cure Bertie’s stammer. Directed by Tom Hooper, this is a rather run-of-the-mill British historical costume drama, but, it does have two incredible acting performances, if a bit theatrical, from Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush.

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The Sicilian Girl After the deaths of her father and brother a girl vows revenge on the Mafia. Love & Other Drugs A salesman falls in love with a woman suffering from Parkinson’s disease. Red Hill An escaped convict rides into town, on horseback, looking for retribution. Skyline The skies above Los Angeles are taken over by invading Alien spaceships. Unstoppable An unmanned runaway train is hurtling towards an almost assured disaster. Tomorrow, When the War Began Nearly all of Australia is occupied by an immense South East Asian army. Welcome to the Rileys An unhappy couple eases their emotional pains through a juvenile prostitute. Never Let Me Go What appear to be human clones are breed to become human organ donors. The King’s Speech A very unorthodox speech therapist cures the stammer of King George VI. True Grit A one-eyed man is hired by a 14 year old girl to avenge her father’s murder. E-mail: Copyright © 2011 Mr. Robet You can read all past articles of DVD Diary at C/BT/I-26 Jan 11

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Getting Dao’n in China By Shervin Boloorian

On my first visit to a Daoist monastery in China, I discovered the ideal complement to the Bali experience in an equally vibrant setting. In Bali, the gift is one of communal support in the form of connectivity and surrendering to the care of others. At the Zhi-Zhi-An monastery in Fujian, the virtues of self-care and self-awareness are primarily on offer, using practices and texts that are as age-old and invaluable as that of the Balinese.

for 30 years. He practices the most advanced form of Qi Gong in China and has received the highest caliber of training available, according to our translator. Well versed in traditional Chinese Medicine and a practitioner of a sophisticated form of Chinese alchemy, Wang is one of the very few in the world who has gained what is known as the “Golden Elixir” in his body (this is definitely NOT to be confused with the alcoholic drink).

Wang mused. How encouraging that a teacher of an ancient tradition, which should be dominated by dogma, would fundamentally trust in the individual self’s power to plant the seeds of inner transformation. I can only encourage all teachers and learners to consider the merits of Wang’s approach of transmitting information. “I’ve studied the Dao for many years, and I’ve never come across such an ideal blend of exotic atmosphere and essential substance for any spiritual seeker,” Master Li Ox told me, “The resources hiding here are a treasure trove of knowledge, and the environment is breathtaking.” His enthusiasm was well placed. Not only are the instructional resources precious but the location of the monastery is, indeed, breathtaking. Tucked in between steep mountains, wild bamboo forests, and the famous Nine-Bends River, Zhi-Zhi-An lies perfectly FengShuid on an United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) world nature and cultural heritage preserve; surrounded by pristine natural scenery, historically significant sites, and all kinds of wildlife.

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The weather was colder in China, the people perhaps less receptive, and English-speakers were in short supply, but my trip to Wuyi Mountain took me on an unforgettable journey of spiritual insight and beautiful scenery. Reluctant to leave Bali even for a two-week retreat, I followed other Qi Gong trainees and students, most of whom were Ubud Expats, as someone who wanted to discover more about the Dao (Dao simply means “the way”). I felt compelled to do this in China, the home of Daoism, to witness the goings-on of a real-life monastery, and more fully grasp Daoism’s practices, its practical uses, and its philosophical complexities. Self-healing is the main dish on the menu for Bali-based Qi Gong Master, Daniel Li Ox. He is both the founder of Ubud’s Wandering Dao School and the China Qi Gong retreat’s lead organizer. It was up to Li Ox to deliver on the trip’s promise of providing a detailed knowledge of the Dao, daily Qi Gong exercises, and an exploration of the lives of a monastery’s inhabitants—monks and other modern day followers of the Dao, who are also skilled at Qi Gong--the ancient Chinese practice of cultivating Qi or life energy. The monastery, originally built over 1,800 years ago, was just recently restored after being destroyed during the Cultural Revolution. Today it houses monks, scholars, and visitors year-round and is considered one of the most significant Daoist holy places in China. I expected the monastery residents to all have shaved heads and to practice synchronized Kung Fu for hours a day, but these lively and humble beings had full heads of hair and their main tasks were to maintain the operations of the temple, tend to the temple’s daily ceremonies, and staff tours for the dozens of Chinese visitors who travel to Zhi-Zhi-An monastery every day.

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The classes, meditations, and training sessions Li Ox arranged for the retreat were held in partnership with the monastery’s top lecturer and chief Abbott, Master Wang Li-Ming. Wang is one of China’s leading experts on Daoist sacred texts such as the Book of Changes or “I-Ching,” which he has studied

“Qi Gong is a discipline which combines patience, skill, and collaboration between the individual’s mind and body,” Master Wang informed us at the retreat’s opening circle. Wang would go on to show us how to explore those elements as healing forces through his meditation training. His aim: to help build our self-awareness to the point where we might, “see with the heart in a still condition.” To guide us toward this state of tranquility, Wang and Li Ox packed our 14 days in China with daily meditations and sound toning activities, Qi Gong practices, Dao Yin stretching exercises, a Chi Nei Tsang (specialized form of abdominal massage) training course, Chinese calligraphy lessons with an outstanding local artist and master, authentic and healthy Chinese cuisine, doses of local tea culture, free time to explore our surroundings, and lectures on Daoist philosophy and the fabled “I-Ching” from Master Wang. A CHINESE VERSION OF YODA? While there was some frustration with the translation of complex terms and esoteric language from classical Chinese to English, Wang’s teachings were among the key highlights of the China experience and a source of personal inspiration. Not only was the content of high value in that we were gaining knowledge from an enlightened master who lives every day by the principals of Dao, but there was something uncanny about his pedagogy—there was something very “Master Yoda” about him. It didn’t take long for Wang’s teachings to begin bending perceptions, starting with his talk on the benefits of taking in information with heart rather than head. On the very first day of instruction, Wang warned that there may be paradoxes to his teachings that would not be easy to grasp, and emphasized the importance of moving beyond the limits of intellectual duality. The words of knowledge he was passing on to us were only words-mechanical components of the Dao to help the students understand concepts. I was reading a book on Zen by Thich Nhat Hanh, so I could appreciate how packaging information in a neat and clear way can have a negative impact and make someone too attached to relying on “answers,” rather than reading between the lines. For example, Wang had his students conceive of a “pre-Heaven” version of the self that is the embodiment of a person’s essence. This required snapping out of all intellectual definitions of constructed identity and a rejection of typical subject-object physical relationships in favor of what I can only describe as Zen. Wang informed us that his information and training had to be “transmuted” subjectively by his students; that each one of us would have to take personal responsibility to approach the Dao in a different way that corresponded to our soul’s individual journey, challenges, gifts, and development. In other words, it was up to each person to show up and feel for the personal applications of the available teachings in order to make necessary shifts to improve health and longevity. “No one else can do this work for you, not even an enlightened Master,”

IMPROVING BALI-CHINESE RELATIONS Master Li Ox, a trained healer who regularly holds Qi Gong workshops and classes in Bali has 26 years of Medical Qi Gong experience. He was conducting his second retreat to China in 2010, and the strong turnout by Bali Expatriates at both has encouraged him to pursue more solid international ties between his school in Bali and the revered Daoist Masters in China for next year.

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“These are important figures who carry an authentic Daoist lineage and a sacred spiritual knowledge accumulated over generations,” asserts Daniel. “Now this knowledge can finally be accessible to earnest seekers who want it--Wandering Dao will continue to arrange more of these rich experiences in the future.” Li Ox is at this time coordinating with the monastery leadership to develop a fully equipped international retreat center located on premises and loaded with retreat facility features. He is fully committed to preserving the authenticity and peaceful atmosphere of the monastery while providing cozier living quarters to attract more visitors. With construction already approved and underway, Li Ox intends to arrange another retreat to the Chinese monstery in Summer 2011, and even more to follow when the retreat center reaches completion. Ultimately, the Wandering Dao China experience was a rich one; rewarding me with an education on how to trust my inner nature more deeply and look after myself better through daily exercises and other techniques on offer at the retreat. Wandering Dao Qi Gong School was originally founded in 1993. Its aim is to teach a consistent, traditional Daoist Qi Gong curriculum, and support groups that seek to visit the great traditions and living masters of the planet. Today the school is based in Ubud, Bali and holds retreats, workshops and initiatory journeys all over the world. For more information, visit or contact Daniel Li Ox at Copyright © 2011 Bali Advertiser You can read all past articles of BA Feature Article at

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The Garlic Experiment

Garlic is easy to grow, delicious to eat and also has important nutritional and medicinal qualities. It can even be used as an organic spray to deter pests. Garlic plants are closely related to onions, chives and leeks. It is a central ingredient of Indonesian, Chinese, Indian, Italian as well as many other styles of cuisine. Garlic is one of the easiest culinary herbs to grow at home and it is a good source of vitamins A. B and C, potassium, calcium, zinc and selenium. The laborers building the ancient pyramids were said to have eaten garlic daily for improved vitality and strength, whilst warriors of the ancient Greek and Roman empires consumed garlic prior to departing for battle. There are many known health benefits associated with garlic consumption as it contains compounds that are antibacterial and antifungal, and it can also have beneficial effects on blood pressure and cholesterol levels. You can also use garlic in your garden to control pests, so really, there are benefits all around!

spray is an organic alternative for giving plants protection from small sucking insects such as aphids, caterpillars, most larvae, slugs and snails. So it seems that garlic is an effective deterrent for vampires after all! Vampires of the garden variety that is! Garlic juice stings, you would know this if you’ve ever had the misfortune to get garlic or onion juice into your eye, we all know that simply chopping onions will burn your eyes. Or if have you ever cut your finger whilst chopping garlic, you will know that it can burn! Soft-bodied insects can be killed outright by a strong garlic spray. The larval stage of most insect species has a soft body, so garlic spray can be useful against a wide variety of pests. Garlic spray can be made at home according to a simple recipe. There are many variations, some recipes include soap or paraffin oil, though I like to keep it simple, because then it is more likely that you will be actually bothered to try it.

The best part about garlic is that it is so so easy to grow! An entire garlic bulb can be grown from a single clove. Each individual clove can produce one new plant with one bulb, which may contain another twenty cloves. Even though it is possible to grow garlic from seed, most gardeners prefer to grow directly from the clove as this reduces the time period required for garlic to reach maturity, when compared to growing from seed. Most people have garlic in the house so it is easy to just break off a few cloves and plant them. It requires minimal effort! Take some cloves then place them upright (pointy end at the top) and gently push into the soil to a depth of 1 inch, with a 4 inch spacing between cloves. Cover with soil, and then water. It is that simple, it can be done in a matter of minutes! When growing garlic it will do best in full sun but can be grown in partial shade. Garlic can tolerate periods without rain, but best results come from plants that receive regular watering. The soil must be well drained, prolonged periods of dampness could cause the bulb to rot. The largest cloves are the best to plant because they will produce the largest bulbs. A major advantage of growing garlic at home is that this herb thrives well in varied growing conditions. You can grow them in indoors near a window or inter-plant them with vegetables and other flowering plants. People who do not have a garden can grow easily garlic in pots (as in the photo) inside or outside, as long as they are located in a sunny position. In order to produce large garlic bulbs, make sure that you cut the flower stalks when they emerge. The crop is usually ready to harvest in about three to four months. Harvesting too early produces small sized bulbs, while late harvesting can result in splitting of the bulbs. The ideal time for harvesting is when the leaves become yellow and wither. When the garlic is ready to be taken from the soil, do not pull the bulbs out from the top or you may end up having a handful of tops, with no garlic bulbs! I advise that you gently dig them out, or lift with a fork from below, instead of pulling them by the stem which may cause them to break and allow disease to enter. Brush off the soil and dry the bulbs (but not in direct sun) for a week. Then store them in a cool, dark and dry place. It is safe to eat 2 to 4 grams of fresh, minced garlic daily. However, when eaten excessively, raw garlic can cause heartburn, upset stomach and allergic reactions so don’t over-do it! Did you know that garlic can be inter-planted among roses or vegetables as a repellant to insects! Some insects simply don’t like the potent smell. If you want to do more than just repel, you could go a step further and make your own organic pest spray from garlic. Making a home-brew garlic

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Garlic cloves will sprout roots and foliage (left) and can be grown into bulbs in small pots (right)

The recipe that I recommend is a simple combination of garlic, hot chili and water. To prepare combine 250g crushed garlic, 5 hot dried chilies with 1 litre of hot water. Mix together in a blender then let it sit in a container for 2-3 days. Then strain out the particles, (be careful not to touch eyes when handling this solution) and spray vulnerable plants often. Under regular conditions garlic spray is effective for 1-3 days, but this will vary according to the temperature, and moisture of the localized environment. The spray must be applied regularly especially after a rainfall. A good tactic is to spray when the pests are more active, such as the late afternoon or evenings. Yes, it can be quite beneficial to experiment with garlic, whether it is in the kitchen or the garden!

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If you succeed with growing your garlic (you will), you may also be interested to know that you can grow onions and shallots (spring onions) in a similar manner to the garlic clove method. You can grow them from the bottoms, which is the portion that contains the root end. You would usually cut it off and throw it out. Instead cut off the bottoms and put them in the soil with the root facing down. This technique of growing vegetable is fast and easy and well worth a go! Dr. Kris Garden Doctor Contact: Copyright © 2011 Dr. Kris You can read all past articles of Garden Doctor at C/Ho/I-26 Jan 11

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We are in the Aquarius Moon cycle and this is the time of year when we are willing to experiment, to try new things. A time to reach out to our communities and to make new friends. All of this culminates in a glorious Full Moon in Leo on the 18th. The perfect time to celebrate and create. During this Aquarius time our humanitarian heart strings are plucked and you could be feeling a renewed interest to participate at some level in restoration or reconciliation. Groups or gatherings aimed at respecting the individual bring a sense of unity through communication. It’s easier to take a step back and get a broader overview of the picture without becoming overly emotionally involved. The Sun, Mercury and Mars all move on into Pisces at fortnight’s end to mark the beginning of a deeper sense of sharing through faith. This is when emotions will really be felt and it will be tougher to discern which are yours and which belong to the other. Compassion, understanding and empathy run more deeply. Take this fortnight to feel where you belong. Where is your home, your sense of family and community? It is paramount, that as we move through this transition phase on the Planet, that we band together in pods that are able to support each and every one of us. Our commonality is evident as we pass through these phases of deep change and transformation. This is the time to lay the foundations for when Uranus enters Aries in March. FULL MOON 29° Leo 20’ February 18, 2011 04:37 p.m.

ARIES: Mars continues in Aquarius this fortnight and teams up with the Sun, Mercury, Chiron and Neptune around the Full Moon. What a power packed time this will be for you. An amazing opportunity for you to manifest your dreams and your highest potential, along with healing on a massive scale. Harness the energy and use it to propel yourself forward. It is the moment to move, for when Mars transits into Pisces it will be harder to make the necessary changes. You will find yourself in the right place at the right time. Aquarius being an air sign is stirring the intellect in all of us, particularly you.

LIBRA: Venus in Capricorn meets Pluto at the beginning of the fortnight to ignite a little rocket fuel. Something from the recent past may raise it’s head for a final round of clearing. This is your opportunity to clear the air, once and for all. It also has the potential to empower you in a whole new way. Whether male or female you can use this energy to express your Divine Inner Feminine. She is practical and grounded with a great amount of sensitivity and caring. Allow those unexpressed parts of you out. Not all at once, of course, and this month offers the perfect opportunity for you to showcase the new you.

TAURUS: Venus moves in steadfast and down to earth Capricorn for the rest of this month. You can achieve much now and your relationships are feeling solid with an added burst to this at the beginning of the fortnight. If there is a more serious tone to things, this is perfectly o.k. Making commitments actually gives you more freedom. Trust in the process at hand and continue to ride the currents of change. Things will feel a little easier for you when the Planets move into Pisces. You will relax and feel more understood and more nurtured. Planets in Air signs tend to disrupt the natural flow for you.

SCORPIO: Pluto meets Venus to set the stage. Your relationships are demanding some commitment. What are you going to do about that? Do you shut down, run away or face up to the current challenge with maturity? You are presented with an awesome opportunity now to see your partner’s perspective. A good time for you to listen closely without taking offense or giving advice. Just listen, and you will see and hear that there is absolutely no threat to you or your plans. There is a certain amount of compromise necessary in any relationship. That’s not too much to ask when love runs as deeply as it does.

GEMINI: Mercury is feeling a little feisty in Aquarius. Ready to defend it’s stance on almost anything and with that you could be involved in some very interesting discussions this fortnight. Discussions that could take you to the leading edge of new ideas and thinking. Embrace this with your usual curiosity and much will be revealed to you. You are another who will feel the energies of the Full Moon in a very profound way. Experiment a little and keep your mind open. With your tendency to glean a little information on a lot of topics, you will probably find yourself as one of the ones with something to share.

SAGITTARIUS: All this Aquarius energy actually compliments your expression now. Although slightly more heady than usual, you feel you have all the freedom you require to express yourself. It appears that others are willing to hear your point of view and you are happy to express yours. Your gregarious nature is supported by friends and you are fully encouraged to just put it out there. Jupiter in Aries, may be spoiling for an argument as well. A little conflict may just clear the air. Be careful to do no harm to yourself or others though. It is all too easy to lash out and to have to face the consequences latter. Better to think first.

CANCER: A very interesting and thought provoking moon cycle which has you commanding a lot of attention around the Full Moon. With that in mind perhaps it is a good time for you to open your house to friends or throw a party. These friends are extremely important to you at this time. Show them how much you really care about them and how much they mean to you in your life. Understand also that this is reciprocal. You are a valued member of your circle of friends. Although your deep sensitivities at times, keep you separate, this is most definitely the time to bridge the gap. Open your heart wide.

CAPRICORN: Saturn has turned retrograde now, so you get to assess the more recent activities in your life. Your perspectives on relationship are changing and that doesn’t just mean the romantic ones. All your interactions are being closely monitored by yourself. The old way of doing things no longer applies although it may take just a moment to adjust to the new way. Be patient, kind and gentle with yourself. Even if you feel pushed there is no need to rush head long into anything. Remember we are talking all interactions here. Pluto is methodically pulling apart your life, so be very very patient.

LEO: A very important month for you. You will be highly triggered by your polar opposite sign of Aquarius and all the Planets in it, as well as the Full Moon in your sign. This is really the time to do something different. To branch out and express yourself in a new way and experiment a little with the way that you dress and present yourself. We all have an alter-ego and this is the moment for you to bring yours out of the closet. You will be very enthusiastic about almost everything in your life and this makes you a shining light and inspiration to others. The happier you are, the happier we all are.

AQUARIUS: Spotlight is certainly in your arena now and to be extensively highlighted around Full Moon. So much healing potential is available to you. This compassionate heart of yours has grown so much in the recent past. Allow others to give to you also. With your deeply caring nature you can overlook the most important person in your life from time to time. By that, I mean, see that your own needs are sublimely taken care of. We are at that tail end of Uranus in Pisces, so luxuriate in the subtleness of these energies before the more hectic and chaotic ones arrive in March. Bathe in the Birthday Blessings.

VIRGO: You are feeling relatively down to earth, even with all the potential chaotic energies around now. This is another significant time for healing for you, particularly around this months Full Moon. You are feeling compassionate, kind and understanding. Many of you are also feeling your empathic abilities rising. Let any intense feelings you may have be the catalyst for transforming your environment. It’s time for you to express yourself in your individualized and unique way. No one is judging, criticizing or condemning you, although there may be voices from a distant past haunting you, pay them no attention.

PISCES: Neptune meets Mercury, Mars, Sun and Chiron around the Full Moon. What an auspicious time for you. The energies may be that strong that it will be a little difficult for you to discern the nature of this event until after the actual event. For sure you will be surrounded by friends and they will be a pivotal part of your healing journey. Chiron fresh in Pisces aiding all of this healing potential. The hole of humanity is becoming more compassionate, whether they particularly want to or not. You are a catalyst in the lives of those around you as you resonate with this energy of understanding and empathy.

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“Good Boundaries” Have you noticed? Slowly paradise is being walled up. Increasingly you drive into little streets to be faced with 3m high grey batik walls in every direction. These beautiful creations have about as much appeal as Belusconi’s buttocks, but what is happening? Why is the island turning into an industrial estate? For some reason people have decided that they need to be surrounded by walls and as time passes the walls seem to get higher. The Balinese traditionally live in family compounds and, yes, certainly they have walls around their houses but there is a reason for this. Their walls have narrow high gateways with steps up to a high threshold and there is often a screen immediately behind the gate. This is not, as we might assume, for privacy or for protection from the nocturnal indulgences of Wayan Bloggs the neighbourhood cat burglar but for the far more important purpose of deterring mischievous spirits from finding their way into the compound. Temples or other special places may have high walls but generally around their houses the Balinese tend to have walls that you can see over, usually about 5 feet high. Very often these walls are built as an expression of architectural creativity finished with stone or brickwork to a standard that equals the quality of the buildings within. The gateways can, as we all know, be particularly attractive. It seems that more recent arrivals to Bali may have misinterpreted the reasons for these walls and, while they are continuing the practice, they have added an emphasis on aspects that reflect a far more insecure view of the world. Walls are getting higher and are starting to exhibit sharp railings and even barbed wire along the top. A recently renovated front wall for a business in Sanur runs right alongside the bypass, it is finished with rough rendered cement and has broken glass set in the top – very unattractive and hardly a symbol of welcome to any potential clients. It is not even a particularly effective deterrent to any intruder with a modicum of expertise in his chosen profession. Indeed some might even suggest that such a wall is a beacon to passing ambitious malefactors that here is a building with something of value to protect. “Hey everyone we have valuables on our premises and we are expecting to be robbed.”

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But let us look at boundary walls from a construction point if view. Probably one of the most common causes of problems in houses in Bali is caused by constructing buildings on the boundary wall. The boundary wall becomes incorporated as part of the building itself and all sorts of problems can result. It works like this. Someone buys a piece of land and the the first thing they do is to build a boundary wall around it. This is usually a hurried low cost effort with thoughts of serious building later. The wall is usually built by the local recycling man who has specialist skills he learned while retrieving plastic bottles from waste bins. Batako are those very loose grey concrete blocks used for building walls and have usually been manufactured by the village odd job man who also developed a specialist skill, that of sticking sand together using a smidgen of cement. As everyone knows a smidgeon is a unit of volume devised by microbiologists to measure the amount of fluff in a bacterium’s navel. Needless to say batako is a very weak building material and is used to fill gaps rather than to have any sort of structural strength. It is also very porous and soaks up water like blotting paper.

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In some places protection is needed. Port Moresby comes to mind, a very dangerous lawless place where you are as likely to be attacked by a policeman as by any one else. This is a place where people live behind high fences with razor wire along the top and it is not easy to forget the sound of bullets zinging over the rooftops. But we are living in Bali, probably one of the safest places on earth these days and yet we feel we have to have walls around us, even in the gun toting west of that wonderful home of Democracy Inc. they may have only white picket fences around their houses. Last week I visited a new house being built by a European gentleman in an area of rice fields, it was difficult to avoid noticing that the walls around his land were 4 metres high! This is starting to get just a little bit silly and I asked him why. I pointed out that such high walls not only cut off his lovely view of the rice fields but worse were, in fact, quite dangerous. There was no proper buttressing to hold them up and such large areas meant that a strong wind could easily blow them over. He didn’t know why his builder had built them so high. So why do we need boundary walls such high walls around us, some might even question why we need them at all? Is it for security? Perhaps we might rethink that one. Years ago a young Italian woman moved to Australia. She didn’t speak English at all well and didn’t know many people. She lived in constant terror of someone breaking into her house so her husband arranged to have double locks fitted to the doors and bars on every window. The house became a fortress. Unfortunately one day someone did manage to break in. There was no easy way of escape either for her or for the startled intruder that she found in her house. She was murdered, a victim of her own fear. Another well known story was of a European man living in an out of the way place in Africa. He was terrified of being bitten by one of the many rabid dogs in the area so he built a high fence around his compound. One day a dog did manage to get in and, quite understandably, could’t get out. The man himself couldn’t get out to escape. He got bitten and contracted rabies. A conscientious intruder will always be able to get in and is unlikely to be considerate. “Oh, I say, what a beautiful mahogany door, I’ll have to be careful not to scratch it as I smash my way in.” It is difficult to get through a locked door without damaging the woodwork. In Britain these days they often get in by taking off the roof tiles and jumping through the ceilings doing a huge amount of damage on the way. Often the damage is more costly to repair than the value of what is taken. Of course the stakes can be raised considerably when an intruder is disturbed and may be startled into doing something rather nasty.

Boundary walls should be built with reinforced concrete columns set into good foundations. Reinforced concrete bottom beams and top beams are needed to give the wall stability and to provide a strong frame for the batako. The most common problem is that people consider the boundary wall as unimportant, just a boundary around the land. The wall is thrown up with inadequate design and a very low standard of reinforced concrete work and certainly not considering that at a later stage it may be used as part of a building. Boundary walls are also usually long and inevitably subject to considerable stress caused by even very small ground movements, as a result they often crack. It is easy to realise the difficulties when such a wall is then incorporated in a building. Cracking, dampness and resulting water damage are very common problems. These problems can become of major significance if a concrete gutter or slab is cast on top of the wall. Some suggestions you might consider: ● Try to avoid building a house directly onto a boundary wall. ● If you do have to then make sure the wall is properly built. It is probably best to build a second wall on the inside of the boundary wall that has full structural strength. ● Make sure the wall is waterproofed preferably on both sides to stop water soaking into the batako. ● Build “control joints” into the wall to allow it to crack and move without damaging anything else. A control joint is a purposely made line of weakness built into a wall anticipating that the wall will move and crack a control joint allows movement to take place and any cracking to occur where it cannot do serious damage. Instead of using glass or even barbed wire along the top of your walls you might consider growing bougainvillea, a plant well endowed with rather sharp barbs. You can usually recognise a burglar who has tried climbing over bougainvillea by his somewhat high pitched voice. Finally I suggest that you can help to keep Bali beautiful, keep your walls low and provide some work for the Balinese craftsmen by making them architectural statements.

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I am an independent woman. I work and spend my money on family because I love them. Since I have been married, I have never asked my husband for anything. Instead, I want him to concentrate on his business for his future life and hopefully our future. When I ask him what is going on for him, he says I am too nice a person for him, that I have never done anything wrong, that he doesn’t want to keep hurting me, and the he is scared he cannot give me the love I deserve. He is confused about living in Bali. Even though he has been here for over ten years, it no longer seems to be working for him – especially with his business. His reason for treating me like rubbish is that his staff is not doing a good job, and business is difficult.

The women in these involvements have their own element of responsibility. Westerners are generally regarded as “good catches,” and their less than desirable traits are overlooked. The woman figures that all apparent awkwardness will disappear when, given time, she improves her foreign language skills. But, it doesn’t happen that way. The problems become only more pronounced after the man is established, and the wife’s citizenship has served its purpose.

I told him that he should talk to me about problems with the business because I am his wife, and we should be able to talk about everything. That is why we got married. But it seems as if he is too desperate and doesn’t want to fix the problem. He simply enjoys ignoring me. I have suggested counseling, but he refuses. For 5 months now he has been ignoring me. I am confused about what he wants from me, and every time I ask him, he says he doesn’t know. Do you think it’s right for a man to have problems and to think it is fine to just kick his wife out of his life? Please give me suggestions because I am tired of being treated like this. I never did anything wrong. I always give him space to think, but nothing changes. I want my husband back! Dr. ZZ: I can imagine the hate mail I’m going to get on this one, but I have to tell like it is. Different people marry for different reasons. Many Western men who visit Southeast Asia and end up marrying local women do so from a background of having been unsuccessful in relationships in their home countries. Awkward fellows who are socially invisible at home, find that in Third World nations they become “hot commodities.” Receiving the kind of attention they do here after years of scant attention back home can feel like a dream come true. Thus they go about reconfiguring their lives in order to move and either retire or do business here. Some of these men marry local women for love and companionship; others marry as a means of securing citizenship or the necessary business permissions. Due to the language barrier, it is easy for them to avoid explaining themselves at first. Communication skills that would otherwise be necessary for maintaining relationships back


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by Dr. Rob Between Spaces Paintings by I Made Suparta & Oktara Quevarra Bakara At Ganesha Gallery, Four Seasons Resort, Jimbaran Bay Tel: 701010 In this dual exhibition, ‘Between Spaces’, the viewer is given the opportunity to compare the work of two artists, Oktara Quevarra Bakara of Sumatra and I Made Suparta Wijaya of Bali. Although born on the opposite ends of the archipelago, both artists share common threads. They are approximately the same age, and both have attended ISI, Indonesia’s premiere art academy, in Central Java. Being of the same generation their mutual preoccupation with similar themes is not surprising. Wijaya sums his philosophy up with the Balinese saying that everything we do has consequences: sweet and bitter, good and bad. “I seek to bring an awareness of the consequences of our daily actions”, Fish Head he says, “by recording them”. Needless to say his iconography is enigmatic and symbolic. In his canvas ‘Fish Head’ a man is depicted wearing a fish mask, yet, in the canvas ‘Mission’, the same man is shown contemplating the fish mask. Wijaya presents very weird and macabre narratives. Bakara also speaks of awakening consciousness, and the impact of everyday life on his art. “After Mission reflecting on daily life I attempt to construct graphic images that symbolize the thoughts and feelings that dominate me. In the end, the process brings awareness of the next phase”, he states. While his canvases, like Wijaya’s, pose difficult questions, Bakara’s images, such as ‘Lost Detail’ and ‘Great Hat, Great Satire’, refer to human psychological concerns, and are a tad more cynical. The artists share similar color schemes, and both like to scribble words, formulas, and equations, like automatic writing, on their canvases. Amazingly, they are just as brilliant and distinctive together as they are apart, proving that a whole is never equal to the sum of all of its parts. In this case we can say Great Hat, Great Satire equal but very different. Lost Detail

Fragments of Subconscious Memory Paintings by Teja Astawa At Tony Raka Art Gallery, Jl. Raya Mas 86, Mas, Ubud Tel: 7816785 Currently, the Tony Raka Art Gallery is presenting a solo exhibition, entitled ‘Fragments of Subconscious Memory’, by Teja Astawa, a young artist from Sanur, Bali. Astawa’s artwork possesses a visual uniqueness, and he

presents strange, peculiar, and, at the same time, unique images. Astawa’s canvases represent a development of wayang puppet theatre, transforming it into a new visual language. The ideas of Astawa’s work are dug out from his childhood subconscious memories, when he played with kamboja leaves that were shaped into wayang figures. That experience, established in his memories, reappears spontaneously in his work, and becomes visible in his paintings as he grows older. Astawa does not utilize stories from the wayang world, for most of those Monkey Attack generally come from the Ramayana and Mahabarata epics. Instead, Astawa releases the associations with these epic narratives, and treats wayang only as a medium within which to play with conscious and subconscious imagery. In the wayang world, there are boundaries that have to be thought about. For instance, the figure’s form, its attributes, and the character attached to the figure. Also, the story boundaries surrounding the great epics, like the Ramayana and Mahabarata, must be seriously considered. Astawa chooses to unleash himself from those boundaries, by painting the wayang figure according to his imagination, finding its roots in his childhood. The narratives Astawa presents in his paintings closely resembles fragments appearing in his dreams. A sequence of narrative fragments in a dream, as Freud says, actually has a structure in the form of a sequence of events which repeatedly appear methodically, but, in reality, it is actually difficult to understand the dense sequences as they contain symbolic values. They are difficult to understand since dreams resonate in the subconscious memory, instead of the conscious memory. Reality in dreams is not the Pengaduan Binatang same as reality in conscious memory. Like the assured complexity of the symbolic narratives in a dream world, Astawa’s fragments of narratives also contain complexity. This complexity comes from Astawa’s painting process, in which fragments of his work appear to emerge from his conscious memory, and are combined with ideas taken from his subconscious memory. In his work ‘Monkey Attack’ Astawa wants to create a narrative about monkeys relaxing on the beach. All of a sudden there is a ‘Boom’. A bomb explodes and something is thrown out of a bombing ship in the background sea. This image may be associated with the Bali Bomb Blasts, and Astawa admits that the thought of the bomb blasts did cross his mind as he was finishing the work. Suddenly, the blasts incident rose from his subconscious mind, and he impulsively expressed the incident in his work. Traditional forms of wayang iconography can also appear in Astawa’s paintings. In the piece ‘Pengaduan Binatang’, which

speaks about a tiger meeting a god figure, the god is represented by a string of aura lights in the form of arched lines surrounding the figure. The theme is expressed by boldly emphasizing the figure with decorative lines painted in a relatively large scale. Presented in a simple manner, like wayang epics, Teja Astawa’s works offer light narrative themes, sometimes funny looking, sometimes seriously looking, yet, full of a unique presence. Except, the meanings of Astawa’s works are sometimes not coherently expressed, since they hold fragmented puzzles appearing spontaneously from his subconscious memory, and emerging from the depths of his imagination. E-mail: Copyright © 2011 Dr. Rob You can read all past articles of Artwords at

ART & ARTISTS Limited Time Exhibitions Between Spaces Artists : Made Suparta & Oktara Quevarra Bakara Genre : Paintings Period : February 3 until February 28, 2011 Every day, 9.00AM until 6.00PM Location : Ganesha Gallery, Four Seasons Resort, Jimbaran Bay Tel: 701010 Exhibition (Face’s) Artists : Mas Arifin Genre : Painting Period : December 20 until February 28, 2011 Location : Bridges Restaurant, Campuhan, Ubud Tel: 0818343427 / 0361 970095 Fragments of Subconscious Memory Artists : Teja Astawa Genre : Painting Period : January 21, 2011 until February 21, 2011 Every day, 10.00AM until 05.00PM Location : Tony Raka Art Gallery, Jl. Raya Mas 86, Mas, Ubud Tel: 7816785 On Camera Artists : MES 56 Collective Genre : Photography Period : December 16, 2010 until February 15, 2011 Every day, 9.00AM until 6.00PM Location : Biasa Art Gallery, Jl. Raya Seminyak 34, Seminyak Tel: 8475766 Trains of Asia Artists : Olivier Lamboray Genre : Painting Period : January 2 until February 15, 2011 Every day, 11.00AM until midnight Location : Cafe des Artistes, Jl. Bisma 9X, Ubud Tel: 972706 Please e-mail Bali Advertiser to place your exhibition here free of charge. Bali Advertiser reserves the right to publish or not publish submissions.

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Update Cafe des Artistes is not a Thai restaurant. However, a couple of their Thai dishes are as good, or better, than what is served up in many so-called Thai restaurants in Bali. Once a year, during green mango season, they offer, on special, one of my all-time favourite Thai dishes, even though it was originally imported from China many centuries ago, before being vastly improved by the Thais, Lemon Chicken. The soft breast meat encased in breadcrumbs, deep-fried and topped with a very piquant, not at all sickly sweet, lemon sauce beside a pile of fresh chilli laden, slightly sour, green mango. It is the ultimate Thai combination of hot, sweet and sour, and all at the same time. However there is one other dish which is on the permanent menu at Café des Artistes, Yum Neua. Now Thai Beef Salad, along with the famous Tom Yam Goong soup, both appear on hundreds of menus in Bali, and sadly as a rule neither of them are close to the original. However at CDA it is just about the best combination I have ever had, the marinated strips of tender beef [warm] tossed with many paper thin strips of juicy cucumber that have been sliced endwise, crushed peanuts, mung beans, coriander, mint and chilli [pictured]. The Thais often use fresh fruit to counter balance the fire of the chilli and this is a perfect example. But then ‘balance’ is the secret of great Thai food, and this one has it all. C/R/G-12 Jan. 11

Pearl Restaurant has closed for their annual holidays as Chef Jeremy is off exploring the new tastes in Europe and is sure to add some interesting new dishes to his already tempting menu at this classic small French garden restaurant in the Pearl Hotel, Jln. Double Six, Legian. Re-opening Thursday February 24. Kakiang Bakery has been set up, temporarily, on Jln. Dewa Sita, in Ubud, whilst the Kakiang Resort and Café is totally rebuilt. Originally it was to be only for take away sales of their breads, cakes and pastries, but they have now placed two mini tables each with two chairs on the footpath just outside the entrance. My early morning Toasted Ham & Cheese Croissant and Illy Coffee breakfast lives again! Ubud has been quiet in recent years with only an occasional opening of a new restaurant. However in recent months there have been many, so we try to catch up:

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Saigon Saveurs has now opened above the Bintang Supermarket, in Campuhan, Ubud. It offers a small but interesting selection of Vietnamese specialties. Spring Rolls can be fried [cha goi] or fresh [goi cuon] and the Hanoi style Shrimp Cake [banh tom na noi] is a popular starter. Whilst the famous Vietnamese beef noodle soup, Pho Bo, is a major attraction and the Vermicelli with either lemongrass beef or chicken is also worth a visit. Warung Makan 54 is found on Jln. Raya Kengetan in Singakarta, a convenient pitstop along the busy road that connects the south of Bali with Ubud, Kintamani and beyond to Singaraja. It is a local warung with a bit of style, immaculately clean, a nice bar and the usual rear garden eating area. Self-styled as Balinese cuisine many of the dishes are general Indonesian but only those that are popular amongst the Balinese; Ayam Bakar and Goreng, Bebek Goreng, large plates of Sate Ayam, Nasi Sela [rice flavoured with cassava] in a Nasi Campur selection with Balinese sambals, Pesan Lindung [baby eels], etc. Also on offer is a range of Arak cocktails.

Warung Sate Kukul features ‘snails on a stick’ and is another rustic all bamboo construction a bit further up the same road, opposite the old petrol station at the turn to Ubud. Other dishes include all the standard Indonesian warung fare. Warung Om Namaste is a giant multi-level bamboo structure, overlooking the rice fields in banjar Katik Lantang, on the road running south from Penestanan. It serves Indian food and includes all the staples; Samosa and Pekora to start, Vegetarian [Aloo Gobi, Dal and Mixed Vegetarian curries], Meat Mains [Butter Chicken. Mutton, Fish and Prawn curries] and rice dishes [Vegetarian, Chicken and Mutton Biryani] and a plate of Chapati on the side.

Bridges has opened, on the bridge at Campuhan, after a major renovation, multi-tiered down towards the river. A talented young Australian chef is producing exciting food from their kitchen. The day starts early with breakfasts [soft poached eggs in traditional Benedict form or variations styled as Atlantic and Italian]. A creative Goat Cheese Brulee is a hollowed out beetroot stuffed with thyme infused goat cheese topped with crisp prosciutto and roasted garlic. A Baked Apple is filled with shredded confit of duck. Mandarin Pancakes are a pile of blinis to which you add the hoisin duck pieces, fresh cucumber, Thai basil and chilli. Red Pepper Crusted Chicken has been covered with salt, pepper and coriander then served with a coconut sauce. To finish a 3 Spiced Poached Pear [red wine, star anise and vanilla/cinnamon]. What a refreshing change to find a totally new menu, that is not just a copy of others!

Bollero is in Jln. Dewi Sita, where once stood Gaia and before that the original site for Tutmak. With some connection to the very successful Ibu Rai on Monkey Forrest Road, it has had a very stylish fit out. Spring Rolls are in two forms; Duck with glass noodles, onion and chilli the sauces citrus and sweet chilli and the traditional Vietnamese fresh version rice paper rolled around shredded greens, cucumber, prawns and bean sprouts, the sauce nuoc cham of course. The Coconut Spinach and Coriander Soup has a prawn and coconut dumpling. For meat-loving tourists from OZ a Mixed Grill, beef, chicken and king prawns turning it into an American style ‘surf and turf’! Honey Ginger Cashew Chicken and a Seafood Laksa are other options. Gerry Williams For more information see our website: C/R/G-9 Feb. 11


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Dim Sum in Ubud! The area surrounding the Bintang Supermarket in Ubud has been transformed by the arrival of a number of restaurants, first of which was Cherry Blossom, a Dim Sum house that also serves other Cantonese specialties as well. It is a large upstairs terrace area to the left of the supermarket. Dim Sum is a centuries old form of snacking whilst taking tea [yum cha], traditionally done at a tea house but now giant Dim Sum emporiums exist throughout China, Hong Kong, Singapore and many other cities in the western world that enjoy a significant Chinese population. For example in Sydney’s 3 distinct Chinese districts there would be at least 10 dim sum houses seating 500+ persons at one sitting, where the trolleys of fresh dim sum just keep rolling out from the kitchens. Cherry Blossom is not on that grand scale and your requested order is prepared specially for you, not a great problem as most dim sum are simply steamed in bamboo baskets, a few are deep-fried and others are pan fried before steaming. China has been perfecting the art of dumpling making since the Sung dynasty. Chinese dumplings may be round or crescent-shaped, boiled or pan-fried. The filling may be sweet or savory; vegetarian or filled with meat and vegetables. Cherry Blossom presents you with a good variety of 25 different dim sum from which to select, almost all come in sets of three, so ‘sets of three’ are also the perfect combination of diners to share a dim sum feast. Har Gow has always been one of my first selections at any dim sum. Prawns wrapped in a wheat starch flour skin that is almost translucent after steaming. At Cherry Blossom they only use the Indonesian names with English translations rather than the original Chinese, so they are called Hakau Shrimp, who cares as they taste exactly the same. Spear with your chopsticks and dip in the soy or chilli paste for added flavour. Siu Mai are another regular feature on dim sum menus, the stuffed dumpling, having a skin from wonton wrappers. Cherry Blossom has chicken, pork and vegetarian Sui Mai, all very good. Steamed Buns are another regular feature, originating in Shanghai and often just referred to as Shanghai Buns, even though they are not buns at all, but they do have a bread texture as they are made with yeast and are soft and fluffy. Many different stuffings can be used. Here there are chicken, vegetarian and cha siu [meat] as well as an unusual Egg Bun, which I liked very much, particularly after well-lacing it with chilli sauce! Crescent shaped dim sum are usually a type of Gow Gee, or jiaozi, which means one and the same: Gow Gee is simply the Cantonese romanization of the Mandarin jiaozi, [also the origin of the Japanese Gyoza]. Gow Gee recipes normally call for the

dumplings to be cooked by steaming or deep-frying instead of boiling. Often they are pan-fried on one side before steaming as with the Japanese Gyoza [and the origin of the American ‘potsticker’]. One of the deep-fried versions at Cherry Blossom is called Wotieh, for which I could find no translation, but I enjoyed eating them, dunked in soy. Another was their ‘crispy shrimp fan’, but this was better with chilli. Hakau Vegetable dumplings, the skin again almost translucent but this one is made from rice flour, another version is stuffed with young spinach leaves. Vegetarian Spring Rolls [chun guen] are on every menu, these ones have that crisp rice paper shell often missing elsewhere. Stolen from Thailand are the Fortune Bags [their Thai name translates as Money Bags], minced meat and spices wrapped in rice paper and tied up like a money bag, then deep fried, crunchy balls of taste, a dish that is usually liked by all, including me. At Cherry Blossom they are unusually served with a mayonnaise dip, OK but I would prefer the Thai style with a sweet chilli sauce. Also from the Thai are Shrimps in a Blanket, prawns wrapped in rice paper before deep-frying. There are many other standard dim sum offerings that may or may not be to your taste. The Chinese love Chicken Feet, but for us westerners a little daunting with all those small bones and little meat, [they do not serve ‘cocks combs’ at Cherry Blossom, but that is another regular item with which I have always had problems]. Turnip Cake, Tofu in Black Bean, Crispy Wontons and Spare Ribs are amongst the other possibilities. Three persons for Dim Sum, order 10-12 varieties, and enjoy one piece each, that is the way the Chinese do it, and I enjoy it as well.


: Cherry Blossom


: Upper Level, Bintang Supermarket, Campuhan, Ubud.


: 975.527.


: 10.00am-10.00pm, daily.


: Large secure area.


: Rp. 100,000 [dim sum] or Rp. 200,000 [a la carte] for two [+ drinks]

Credit Cards

: None.


: Cantonese.


: None.


: Relaxed and friendly.


: Chinese eating house.


: Good dim sum!

Cherry Blossom also has an a la carte menu of popular Cantonese dishes. Cha Siu is Roasted Pork, done in that distinct Cantonese style [long strips of seasoned boneless pork are skewered with long metal hooks and placed in a covered oven. The meat is seasoned with a mixture of honey, five-spice powder, fermented tofu (red), dark soy sauce, hoi sin sauce, and sherry or rice wine. These seasonings turn the exterior layer of the meat dark red], that you see hanging in the window of Cantonese restaurants. Other options include Peking style Duck, or simply roasted, Hainan Chicken [boiled in chicken stock], Sweet and Sour Vegetables, Chicken or Pork and Beef in Black Bean. Finish your meal with a plate of Chinese style Fried Rice to cleanse your palate. Cherry Blossom is a simple restaurant, as is the norm for countless thousands of Chinese restaurants around the world. Therefore you can enjoy tasty food at very cheap prices. Another new taste for Ubud!

Copyright © 2011 Gerry Williams Reviews that appear in Bali Advertiser are based on actual visits to the establishments listed, without the knowledge of the restaurants, and are not paid for by the individual restaurants. Opinions expressed here are those of Gerry Williams and not necessarily those of Bali Advertiser. Gerry Williams attempts to write from a ‘typical’ diner’s perspective and, whilst quality of food is the most important criteria overall, value for money is the real measuring stick.

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Delicious International Dishes (Indonesian Language Version available at I’m a fan of Chinese congee or rice porridge, known as bubur here in Indonesia. This is the Indian version, delicious for breakfast. I use left over rice adding water to cover, cooking it until it’s soft and mushy. You can also add water to the left over rice the night before, lessening the cooking time in the morning.

Indian Porridge with Cumin Serves One Ingredients: - 1 cup rice porridge - 2 tsp. canola or rice bran oil - 1/2 tsp. cumin seeds - 6 curry leaves (optional) - 1 cup yogurt - 1/4 tsp. salt - pepper to taste - 1/2 tsp. fresh ginger, grated

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In a small bowl stir the yogurt until smooth, then add the browned cumin seeds and curry leaves, stirring well. When the rice is thick and the consistency of porridge, add the salt, pepper, g i n g e r, a n d yogurt mixture, heating but not allowing it to boil or you’ll ruin the benefits of the yogurt and it may curdle. Pour into a serving bowl and garnish with chopped coriander leaf. Sukh bhojan! That’s Hindi for ‘Happy Food!’

- 1 tsp. coriander leaves, chopped

Directions: While the rice is cooking down to a mush, heat the oil in a small frying pan adding the curry leaves (if you are using them) and the cumin seeds to the hot oil, stirring until the cumin seeds pop and turn brown.

All recipes are available on the Bali Advertiser website in both English and Indonesian versions. You can easily copy and paste and print. Paste as unformatted text. Copyright © 2011 Ayu Spicy Email: You can read all past articles of Food Glorious Food at NC/R/I-09 Feb 11


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

Demara: Psychic Extraordinaire!

Demara began on the path of esoteric divination when she was just a child. Her vivid imagination inspired a quest for knowledge about the world; she also sensed that there must be something more than what was just apparent to the human eye. It was this feeling and her desire to learn more, which ultimately drove her to read voraciously. From fairy tales to Greek mythology to the great existential philosophers such as Jean Paul Sartre, Demara eagerly absorbing everything she read. After graduating from university, she moved into an apartment in New York City which already had a mini library with many references to esoteric literature. She found a book on tarot and began studying in earnest. Her psyche immediately connected with the study of tarot & numerology and she rapidly progressed in learning the art of divining people’s futures. One night she had a strange experience which was in a sense, her rite of passage. Earlier in the evening she’d been talking with a friend whose mother had committed suicide; Demara could feel the presence of the mother with them the entire time. After she went home, she sat down and began absently sketching a woman’s face. A chill came over her when she focused on what she was drawing and realized it was her friend’s departed mother. She immediately folded the drawing into four and put it into a drawer. The next morning when she opened the drawer to look at the drawing again, she discovered a green, jelly like substance inside the paper which she took to be ectoplasm. Other similar incidences like this occurred throughout the time she was immersed in her esoteric studies, giving her clear evidence of the afterlife and other psychic phenomena. She continued her studies and began to do formal readings for people, who responded very well to the uncanny accuracy of her readings. “I was always conscious of the inherent potential for misuse with these studies, so I proceeded with caution as I always have. The strongest motivation for me to gain esoteric knowledge, which has ruled me for the past 30 years, is the quest for happiness, peace, love & joy. Also, I wanted to understand causality. For example, why were certain patterns occurring in my life? I really wanted to know why. I strongly believe in cause and effect, otherwise known as karma. I recognized certain reoccurring patterns in my life, which appeared to have no relation to this life time. At this time I was also doing dream studies; amazingly the root cause to my recurring pattern appeared to me in a dream like a full color movie. This made me realize that a lot of divination is also possible through our dreams,” says Demara. In her current practice, Demara gives tarot card readings, numerology, palmistry, astrology and mediumship. Typical issues that come up in most of her readings mainly deal with love and relationships, business, outcomes, health, children or advice about making choices. She feels that tarot cards are very useful for anyone who needs guidance about making a choice. “For example, the seeker can ask: “If I do this ___ what will the results be?” Conversely the seeker can then inquire about the other option and the cards will clearly lay out for

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you what will be coming up for you along the road based on your choices. Ultimately tarot is a very useful tool to help you discover whatever you need to make your life peaceful, joyful, loving and happy.” A benefit of esoteric study that Demara has personally on this path is learning how to have the law of Grace operate in her life, rather than being subjected to the punishment of karma. She began on the path in order to heal very deep wounds that she suffered in this life, and now understands where this pain originated. As a result, her own wisdom has greatly expanded, enabling her to help others heal their own wounds and realize greater happiness in their lives. “When I hear back from people that I’ve read for, letting me know that I’ve helped them to heal something or make a choice that’s made their life happier, this to me is one of the greatest benefit of esoteric study.” Even so, Demara has had her fair share of challenges on this path. She asserts that you can think you’ve gone really far and achieved a lot in terms of your wisdom and healing, until you realize when you get to the next level, a whole new array of deeper issues open up for you to examine and heal.

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“It’s quite challenging to just go with the ebb and flow of your life. You might feel sad or feel like you’re not making progress, but if you take the long view you’ll see that you are making progress. If more negative circumstances which are different from previous ones arise, it’s actually a good sign, because it means that you’ve cleared the first issue. It actually does get easier. The pain and frustration is no where near as long lasting as it was in the beginning of your journey. This is because you’ve gained the tools that will help you to heal much faster than before. The other challenge that I find difficult, is that once you embark on this path there’s really no pretending any more that you don’t know anything. Sometimes it can also be challenging to be burdened with knowledge and learn how to handle that. Even so, burying your head in the sand won’t help you avoid the obstacles in your life or shield you from them,” says Demara wryly. So how can you find a good reader? Demara advises that a good reader will always begin a reading by declaring that only the highest & most loving forces will be speaking through the reading today. Additionally, after a reading you shouldn’t feel despair, but rather uplifted and hopeful; you should leave the reading feeling good and with a smile on your face, even though the information the reader gave you may not be 100% positive. “Readings that empower the person and make him/her have the confidence that they can handle whatever is coming up for him/her, are the true hallmarks of a good reader.”

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Typically, taking time out to recharge and rebalance in Bali involves a weekend at Amed or a trip to the spa. In more serious cases a few days in the Gilis might be in order. I felt a deep need for recalibration and time away from my routine. Ever contrary, I decided on a silent meditation retreat in Sri Lanka. “Well,” friends said politely. “THAT sounds interesting…” So a three-wheeled tuktuk drove me out of Kandy early one morning, heading south. Soon we were in the countryside, chugging past modest houses, tiny shops, slumbering dogs and old men guarding piles of golden coconuts. Flocks of pretty school girls in white uniforms, their hair in glossy braids, held hands and smiled at me shyly. Turning off the main road we entered a tea plantation and drove up, up between the steep terraces on a narrow road of hand-laid stone. The switchbacks grew tighter as we climbed, the tea fields almost perpendicular, until we reached a bamboo pole across the road. “Silence”, bade the hand-painted sign. The Nilambe Meditation Centre was set in a large garden between the tea farms below and a plantation of lofty pines on the ridge above.

A white-clad figure appeared and led me to the tiny office. This was Upul, the meditation teacher, a profoundly serene presence with large, clear eyes. “Welcome to this jail,” Upul smiled. “Why are you here?” I tried to explain about needing time out, taking some time to be quiet. “Ah, time,” he observed tranquilly. “We invent the concept of Time, then we fill it, then we say we don’t have any.” Picking up a couple of blankets, a sheet and a key, he led me to a row of accommodation across the garden. My cell was a concrete room about 2.5 by 3 metres. Two concrete beds 60 cm wide were built against the walls; one had a thin foam mattress. On a wooden table were two candles in clay holders, a lighter and a small bottle of water. I unpacked some warm clothes, socks, a torch. There was no electricity here. No ensuite, either.

“Ah, time,” he observed tranquilly. “We invent the concept of Time, then we fill it, then we say we don’t have any.” The schedule on the wall listed the divisions of the day; the first of four daily group meditations started at 0500 followed by individual meditations, moving meditations, working meditations, two meals and tea breaks. Except for half an hour during afternoon tea break, we were to maintain silence. The day ended after the last group meditation at 8 pm. A wooden gong similar to a kulkul was beaten just before each mediation time starting at 0445. In the cold darkness we sleepily made our way to the meditation hall -– after the first morning I emulated the others and cocooned myself in one of the thick blankets from my bed for the pre-dawn meditation. As the week went by the numbers changed a little, but most mornings about 25 people sat in intense stillness around the wall of the hall. After that first meditation we had a cup of hot tea. Most of us sat on the benches outside, still huddled in our blankets, cradling our mugs and watching the sun come up. The darkness slowly thinned to reveal a panorama of forested mountains and valleys as far as the eye could see, punctuated by distant Adam’s Peak. Only wind and birdsong broke the vast, world-justcreated silence. At breakfast time we lined up silently in the dining area, took a plate from the rack and helped ourselves from the huge cauldron of gruel, then dates, peanuts and a banana. After mindfully washing our plates and filling our water b o t t l e s a t t h e f i l t e r, w e consulted the daily work list and set to sweeping, tidying and watering the garden and cleaning the ablution blocks. Then it was time for the first 90 minute meditation of the day. More individual meditation, lunch, then a break to use the library or rest before the second long sitting. Another individual meditation, another working meditation, then the sunset devotion. Just as it grew dark we filed into the hall, which had been made ready with rows of cushions on the floor and a candle and prayer book at each place. We sat, helped one another light our candles, then at the back of the hall one of the Sri Lankans led the chant in Pali. I followed the strange words in the little book with difficulty at first, but as the days passed I grew to savour the rich rhythms and cadence of the chant. Then we wrapped in shawls and took our places against the walls for the last meditation of the day.

At first the resistance was strong. Is it time to meditate AGAIN? What am I doing here? When can I leave? I had to keep reminding myself how much I had wanted to come here and do this. The meditations, especially the 90 minute ones, seemed endless. Despite a decade of yoga, my hips and knees burned and ached. On the second day, I stood up stiffly after a long meditation and an engorged leech tumbled out of my trouser leg onto the floor (several of the other meditators silently displayed their own wounds). By the third day I’d settled into the routine; the resistance softened, somehow. Sitting quietly in the garden, the immense afternoon silence expanded and engulfed me; time disappeared. After a few days I began to see how some people could embrace this life. No email, no phone, no meetings, no deadlines, appointments… And no talking. It was so restful to be silent, amid nameless strangers. Nothing to do but sit quietly with myself, not thinking. Most days tuktuks chugged up the steep hill, collecting and delivering new meditators. The changing faces in the hall were mostly those of young European men, taking one to several weeks away from their lives and travels to sit with themselves on this remote, beautiful mountainside. The full moon is celebrated by Sri Lankan Buddhists with extra prayers and devotion. Local people started to arrive the day before and there were special meditations for them. On this holy day, monks at a temple across the valley chanted all day and far into the night; the sound drifted through the garden with the wind. A kind donor sponsored our lunch that day and it was a feast by our modest standards: rice, boiled vegetables, dahl, boiled tapioca, fried okra and -- be still, my heart -– half a papadam each. The food was plentiful and nourishing but very bland. I’d been apprehensive about the two-meal a day routine but in fact, I was seldom hungry. Many of the young men, on the contrary, were always starving. The ‘snack’ before last meditation was a big sack of thick, dry rusks and these would be devoured by the plateful with thick smears of margarine and vegemite by everyone except me. One big Nordic guy was finding the catering inadequate to his needs. The twice-daily servings of rice, dahl and boiled tapioca didn’t begin to fill him up. He took to using his ‘meditation in motion’ time to walk to the small shop at the foot of the hill 3 km away each day, and had soon bought them out of biscuits. I began to feel still and contented inside. Often in the very small hours as I readied myself by torchlight for the day’s first sitting, I counted four different kinds of tree frog on the bathroom wall. The morning meditations slipped by easily. I sat with my mug outside as the dawn opened around us. I felt cold and a bit stiff and happy. I had enough to eat. I was warm enough at night. There was plenty of time for reading and reflection. I loved the deep silence. No matter how little sleep I got, I never felt tired. No matter how little I ate, I was never hungry. We’re conditioned to think we need more sleep and food than we do. Life was so very simple. Would I be able to remember this when I return to the real world? After a week my time was up. I checked out, and Upul rewarded me with a big smile and an invitation to return. I felt serene, refreshed, recalibrated. This was indeed a sanctuary for tired spirits. It was like having Nyepi every day. For a while, a week, I left the world and entered myself.

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

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For Sale; Watch Rolex-DateJust, steel-gold, mens-size, condition like new, 1 owner. This watch is original, not a copy. New price now Rp. 77 mill, fixed price Rp. 23.500.000, incl. 2 original box. Tel: 0813 3863 4748. Kerobokan. [138] For Sale; Rolex watch 18 carat gold, mod. Date-just bracelet 18 carat gold special face original with 10 diamonds, and incl. 2 original box. New price Rp. 200jt, price Rp. 79.5 juta. Please no SMS. This watch is original. Not a copy! 0813 3863 4748. Kerobokan. [139]

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For Sale; Amazing! Very large handmade Persian rug. It is approx. 140 square feet. It was made in the Isfahan province of Iran (1960). I paid $10000-USD; I will sell it for 65 juta. Call Lance +62 813 5308 2508 or <lancedavidson@rocketmail. com>. Canggu. [073]

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Jamie James: An American Writer in Bali By Uma Anyar

Locals and visitors alike were pleased to listen to established American writer, Jamie James talk about his books and his multi-faceted writing career. Geoffrey Williams, the interviewer, quickly established Jamie James as a talented multi-faceted writer who has written art reviews, travel articles, fiction, biography, and journalistic essays on a variety of subjects. “I don’t write poetry,” stated Jamie, “ but I think it is the best word medium to actually listen to. I don’t want to read from my novel as I think that sort of writing is more intimate and is between the reader and the page before his or her eyes.” He read Robert Frost’s narrative poem, The Death of the Hired Man. It has been many years since I read this iconic poem and hearing it read aloud made me shiver, as if the past itself had laid a hand on my shoulder. The power of a poet’s words to still stir us long after he has turned to only bones is indeed remarkable, especially in these congested internet times. I wondered what Frost would have thought if he could ever have imagined his distinctly New England poem turning up in a tapas bar in Ubud, Bali on a humid night in 2011? Jamie James graduated from Williams College in Massachusetts where he was an art history major. He moved to New York and landed a staff writer position at one of the most respected and prestigious magazines in the world, The New Yorker. He also wrote for the then, new, up -start magazine, The Rolling Stone among others. Geoffrey -“How could you just leave a job at The New Yorker?” Jamie “Those relentless deadlines… And one day I read a review I had written on a Robert Rauschenberg show at Pace Gallery and then I looked up a review I had written on a Robert Rauschenberg show at Pace Gallery a year before. It was pretty much the same.” Geoffrey- “What prompted you to leave New York City and move to Indonesia?”



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Jamie- “ I love to travel. And I fell in love. It was too hard to get travel papers for my partner so I moved to Indonesia. I can do what I do from almost anywhere and I write about Asia.” Jamie James and his partner have two restaurants in Seminyak. I interviewed him at Waroeng Sulawesi. “I don’t get involved in the restaurants except to edit spelling in the menus and things like that. But I love the food and eat there often.” During the eleven years Jamie James has been living in Indonesia. He has written two novels, Andrew and Joey: A Tale of Bali (2004) is a story told through emails and inspired by Samuel Richardson’s epistolary novel Clarissa (1767). The Java Man (2004) is an acerbic satire about how Noor, an Indonesian poet upsets a coterie of traditionalists in a secluded English village. The novel is set in modern day England, Singapore and Indonesia. He has produced a variety of travel pieces for The Jakarta Post and Asia Literary Review among others. The Snake Charmer: A Life and Death in Pursuit of Knowledge (2008) is a biography about Joe Slowinski, one of the most brilliant biologists of modern times and his fatal encounter with the many-banded kriat in September, 2001 during a snake seeking expedition in northern Burma. Jamie James became intrigued by the herpetologist’s dramatic life and death after reading Slowinski’s obituary in the New York Times newspaper. His fellow researchers tried to keep Joe alive by performing mouth- to- mouth resuscitation as the venom shuts down the autonomic nervous system, which in turn affects the lungs. They made a valiant effort and kept Joe alive for 36 hours until a helicopter arrived. It did not get there in time.

Bali has long been a haven for artistic and spiritual types of all sorts but it has not been thought of as a bookish place. This has begun to change since The Ubud Writers and Readers Festival established itself firmly in Bali and on the world literary circuit. Gradually, the international literary festival has produced a certain, almost palpable, yearning for things bookish. Janet de Neefe, founder of the festival and Ubud restranteur is trying to meet this emergent hunger for things literary by creating Lit Club evenings at Bar Luna Café on Jl. Gootama.

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Some of Dr. Slowinski’s friends and colleges resented Jamie writing a biography about a man he had never met. “They didn’t get it. It is almost a prerequisite that a biographer not personally know the man. The work is about a subject. And I spent more time interviewing Joe’s family, friends and colleagues. His mother was the hardest, she brought out his toys, objects from Joe’s childhood. I don’t think she will ever get over his death. She feels that a parent shouldn’t outlive a child. I got to know Joe while doing the research. Uma- “What is the difference between writing a biography and writing a novel?” Jamie- “Research. Biography requires a lot of it and in fiction there is very little or none. The characters almost write the novel themselves. I felt that when writing the novels. I was so caught up in the characters voices that I was looking forward to seeing how it all turned out.”

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Uma- ”What is the most pleasurable thing about writing?” Jamie- “Nothing. It is all hard. There is a momentary pleasure in finishing some piece and liking it but then, pretty soon, you see how it could have been better.” Uma –“ What is the hardest thing about writing?” Jamie- “Getting paid.” I laugh at this response then realize it is true and Jamie is calling it as he sees it. He is not romantic about writing and he has been doing it since childhood when his classmates identified him as the writer among them. “Give that to Jamie to do. It’s about writing.” Jamie isn’t searching for himself in his writing as some writing workshop leaders encourage their students to do. He is a writer. And, writing is a job. Uma- “Do you have a writing routine?” Jamie- “One thousand words a day until you finish the first draft. Then do the real work- rewrite and edit. I never let myself loll about longer than a week when I finish a book. Then it’s on to the next project.” Uma- “What do you want from life next?” Jamie- “ Just keeping it interesting.” C/E/I-08 Sept 10

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Local News Police Don’t See Artful, or Funny, Side of Crop-Circle “Vandalism” Police and government investigators say they have proof the curious crop circles that appeared in rice fields in Sleman and Bantul in January, believe it or not, are man-made and that those responsible for them could be charged with vandalism. Sri Kaloka Prabotasari, head of the Center for Applied Sciences at the National Space and Aviation Agency (Lapan), said late on Tuesday (25/1) that evidence had been found linking the Sleman crop circle to a more earthly creation, such as footprints. She said the agency found four other signs supporting their conclusion that the phenomena were man-made. “We found a 25cm-deep and 4cm-wide hole in the center of the crop circle that we believe was made by a pole or a pipe,” she said, adding that there were also broken and uprooted paddy stalks “because someone stepped on them.” The agency concluded that a piece of rope was used to form the patterns. The one in Bantul, Sri said, was easier to figure out. “We found that the radius of the circle is not consistent. One side was 2.1m, while the other was 2.5m. It was clearly man-made.” The agency’s analysis was backed up by aerial photographs taken by geodesy investigators from the University of Gajah Mada (UGM), which revealed inconsistencies in the pattern that dispelled any notion they could have been made by landing

spaceships. “For instance, the pattern of eight fishes in the second-line circle are not symmetrical,” Catur Aries Rokhmana, head of the Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing laboratory at the university’s School of Geodesy, said on Wednesday (26/1). However, Catur added that the people responsible for the crop circles deserve credit for managing to produce the patterns so quickly. But local police were not so complimentary. Adj. Comr Danang Kuntadi, Sleman Police Chief of detectives, said police were intent on finding the crop circle makers and would follow up claims on the Web site that science and mathematics students from UGM were the culprits behind the stunt. He said they would be charged with vandalism, with a maximum punishment of two years and eight months in jail. Chairil Anwar, dean of UGM’s Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, said police should not take the crop circles so seriously. “Regardless of how much rice was damaged, we must appreciate the crop circles as a beautiful work of art. If the farmers and the field owners complain of lost crops and if our students are proven to be involved, we are ready to be consulted about the compensation we should pay,” he said.(January 26th 2011)

Eight Terror Suspects Arrested in Indonesia The National Police’s elite antiterrorism unit on Tuesday (25/1) arrested eight suspects wanted in connection with a recent series of bombings in Central Java. The arrests were made in Sukoharjo and Klaten, both in Central Java, the head of Detachment 88, Brig. Gen. M. Syafii, said. Police identified the suspects as Antok, aka Roki Apresdianto, Agung Jati, Arga, Nugroho, Joko Lelono, Yudha, Tri Budi and Sigit Pramono. Antok, 28, was arrested in Purwosari, Sukoharjo, while the other seven suspects were taken into custody in Klaten.

left in a mosque in Klaten on Dec. 30. The package turned out to be filled with cow dung and an alarm clock.

One suspect, Arga, was found to be in possession of potassium, a potential bomb-making ingredient. The anti-terror unit also discovered a small explosive device in Agung’s home. “Our concern is that all members of this terror group are young boys under the age of 20 except for Antok,” Syafii said, adding that some of the men were recent graduates of vocational schools.

Azahari was shot and killed during a police raid on his hideout in Batu, East Java, in November 2005. Sogir was arrested in Klaten in July 2010. “Antok also has connections with Yuli Karsono, an Army deserter we gunned down during Sogir’s arrest,” the source said. The source added that police had seized a document wherein the suspects proclaimed themselves to be members of the “Indonesian Al Qaeda.” The source declined to say where the document was seized. Police are still examining the evidence collected during the arrests, the source said.

Syafii singled out the older Antok as the group’s ringleader. “They were recruited by Antok, who gives radical sermons,” he said. Syafii added that Antok worked as a parking lot attendant in Purwosari. Syafii said that although the alleged terror group was in its embryonic stage, it had progressed to the point where members were able to manufacture potentially deadly homemade explosives. “Can you imagine if we had failed to crack down and stop their activities? It could have been just the beginning.” Syafii said the suspects were believed to have been behind bombs found at two police posts and three churches in Solo on Dec. 1. The group is also suspected of detonating small explosives at Solo’s busy Kliwon Market and a church on Dec. 7, and is also thought to be responsible for an unexploded bomb discovered at a mosque in Yogyakarta on Dec. 23 and a mysterious package

Syafii said that so far, police had found no indications of links to regional terror network Jemaah Islamiyah. A senior anti-terror police source said on Tuesday that Antok was connected to Sogir, a known bomb maker who had trained under explosives master Azahari Husin, responsible for assembling the bombs that killed 202 people in the 2002 Bali attacks.

Items seized included black powder, potassium chlorate, homemade detonators, tools that could be used to assemble explosives and four water bottles that had been fashioned into nail bombs. The source quoted Antok as having told police officers that the attacks on mosques were meant to cleanse the houses of worship of local traditions he deemed blasphemous to Islam. He cited the “apeman” tradition in Jatinom, Klaten, where hundreds of rice cakes are thrown to a crowd to honor a cleric who spread Islam in the area hundreds of years ago. The cakes are believed to bring good luck. “According to the [suspect], apeman is not Islamic teaching and should be eliminated from mosques,” he said. (January 25th 2011)

More Bali Tourists and Residents Hit by Legionnaires’ Diseases A total of 14 foreign tourists as well as dozens of expatriates and local residents are now confirmed to have contracted Legionnaires’ disease in Bali since reports of an outbreak emerged earlier this month, health officials said on Saturday (29/1). The previous tally of 11 recorded cases was announced on Jan. 21 and involved nine Australians, one Dutch national and a French national, all of whom have since returned to their respective countries. The three new cases all involve Australians, Nyoman Sutedja, head of the Bali Health Office, said at a discussion with tourism industry stakeholders on combating the outbreak. He said a joint investigation by the Health Ministry and the World Health Organization following the initial reports in the middle of this month had pinpointed the source of the infection to a hotel in the vicinity of Matahari Square in the tourist hub of Kuta. Sutedja said the hotel owner had cooperated with the authorities in checking for the Legionella bacteria that causes the diseases, including allowing them to check the hotel’s air-conditioning cooling tower, shower heads, faucets, plumbing and swimming pool. He also said there were fears that the water vapor-borne bacteria could have spread around the island to popular tourist

sites such as Tanah Lot, Ubud, Singaraja and Karangasem. “We’ve asked health officials in all districts to carry out thorough investigations into cases of respiratory illnesses and report to us routinely,” he said. Anak Agung Ngurah Jaya Kusuma, director of medicine and nursing at Denpasar’s Sanglah General Hospital, said at the same discussion that cases of Legionnaires’ disease might date back to July 2010, when an Australian tourist died of Legionnaires’-like symptoms at Sanglah. He added that the following September, Australian authorities confirmed that three of their citizens had tested positive for the disease after returning from trips to Bali. Jaya Kusuma said Sanglah, the island’s biggest hospital, did not have the equipment needed to detect Legionnaires’ infections. “Just to order the diagnostic equipment is as complicated as trying to order a Ferrari - you have to get on an import waiting list,” he said. Sutedja called on hotel owners to take extra measures to prevent the spread of the bacteria, including drying out AC cooling towers not in use, cleaning pools and other sources of standing water, and ensuring that all towels and linen are kept dry. (January 31st 2011)

Extreme Weather Destroys Houses, Trees & Vehicles in Bali - One dead Dozens of houses in Gianyar regency were destroyed after torrential rains and strong winds hit several areas of Bali on Monday (24/1). A large Banyan tree reported to be hundreds of years old was also up-rooted at Pejengaji village leaving one man dead and 6 others injured. Strong winds also hit Denpasar, Jimbaran and Kuta, forcing several airlines to delay flight departures. Bali Social Affairs office head Ketit Susrama said that the provincial administration was currently coordinating with regional governments to assist victims of the severe weather. Satria Topan Pribadi, a weather forecaster at the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency’s Bali office, said that the island has recently been plagued by extreme weather as a direct impact of La Niña, the coupled ocean-atmosphere phenomenon that is part of the El Niño-Southern Oscillation climate pattern. (January 25th 2011) Bali Nine Pair May be Spared from Death The Indonesian court that heard the final appeal of Bali Nine ringleaders Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran has raised their chances of being spared the death penalty. Chan, 26, and Sukumaran, 29, were among nine Australians convicted over a 2005 attempt to smuggle more than eight kilograms of heroin out of Bali. A written declaration by a panel of three judges that heard the pair’s final appeal says that the right to life must not be ignored, reduced or taken away by anyone, Fairfax newspapers report. The panel of judges said that the death penalty should be imposed only for “the most serious crimes”. “Human rights constitute the most basic of rights inherent to man and is universal and eternal. Therefore, it must be protected, defended and must not be ignored, reduced, taken away by anyone,” the judges wrote. Appeal hearings have been held in the Denpasar District Court but the case has been sent to the supreme court for a verdict. The judicial review seeks to have their sentences of death by firing squad reduced to 20 years’ prison. Prosecutors have called on the Supreme Court to uphold the death sentences. A decision on Chan and Sukumaran’s fate is expected in months. (January 31st 2011) Airlines Resume Bali Flights as Volcano Slows Flights to and from Indonesian resort island of Bali have resumed after dangerous ash spewing from an Indonesian volcano abated, an official said on Sunday (30/1). “All international flights have resumed since Saturday. The volcanic ash no longer poses a threat,” the airport’s air traffic operations manager Ketut Subamia said. More than 30 international flights to and from the island were cancelled or diverted after ash belched from East Java’s Mount Bromo and drifted into airspace over Bali on Thursday. Thousands of foreign tourists, mostly from Australia, were stranded, airlines said. The airlines that cancelled flights included Australian companies Jetstar and Virgin Blue, along with Cathay Pacific, KLM, Singapore Airlines, China Airlines, Korean Air and Qatar Airways. Mount Bromo began rumbling in November and the government had raised the eruption threat warning to the maximum red alert before lowering it last month. (January 30th 2011)

Expatriates Be Warned: Irate Justice Minister Is on the Warpath Justice and human rights minister vowed on Wednesday (26/1) to crack down on residency permits for foreigners after a highprofile case revealed how easily they could be fraudulently obtained. Patrialis Akbar was fuming after John Jerome Grice, an American national who has been accused by graft convict Gayus Tambunan of having provided him and his family with passports from Guyana, was discovered to have lived in the country for a lengthy period of time with a residency permit based on a fake sponsor. “The past way of doing things - handing out residency permits too easily - must be fixed,” the minister said. “I don’t want to give permits if they’re only proposed by a regional office head, if there is no information on the sponsor, if it’s not clear what they want to do here.” Vowing a significant overhaul of the permit system for expatriates, Patrialis said he would have all foreigners residing in the country checked and rechecked. The minister said well-defined regulations should be enforced and followed by all expatriates if they wished to stay in Indonesia, particularly in relation to having a suitable sponsor, thorough identity and background checks and a clear purpose for staying in the country. Patrialis also said the naturalization process would be looked at more closely and that potential citizens should be able to prove their commitment to the country. “Even if I see a pile of documents, if don’t see a love for the country, then I will reject it,” he said. Meanwhile, Democratic Party lawmaker Pieter Zulkifli said the ministry should first find clear data on the number of expatriates in the country and if they had the required documentation. He claimed many foreigners were working without the necessary permits or visas. (January 26th 2011)

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Indonesian Pop Star Jailed Over Online Sex Tapes An Indonesian pop star who rocked the Muslim-majority nation when sex tapes he made with celebrity girlfriends surfaced online was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison on Monday (31/1). Nazril ‘Ariel’ Irham is the first celebrity to be charged under the country’s strict anti-pornography law that came into effect in 2008. Ariel, lead singer of the band Peterpan, had said the videos were stolen and posted online without his knowledge. Presiding Judge Singgih Budi Prakoso said that the 29-year-old singer made the videos with two celebrity girlfriends and did nothing to prevent their wide distribution on the Internet. In addition to jail time, Ariel was fined 25,000 dollars. “As a public figure, the defendant should be aware that fans might imitate his behavior,” said Judge Prakoso, adding that he also showed no remorse. His sentence - well short of the maximum 12 - angered hundreds of protesters who gathered outside the court. (February 1st 2011) Denpasar, Six Other Cities in Indonesia to Become Metropolitan The government has decided that aside from the capital Jakarta, seven other cities will be classified as metropolitan. “In two weeks, we will finish drafting the spatial planning of three of them-Medan, Denpasar and Makassar,” Imam Santoso Ernawi, spatial planning directorate general of the Public Works Ministry said. “The other four cities are Semarang, Surabaya, Bandung and Banjarmasin.” Imam said that based on their populations, those cities have passed one of the basic requirements to be classified as metropolitan. “To prevent them from being developed in a disorderly fashion, we are now finalizing the spatial planning for those cities to be metropolitan cities,” Iman said. According to him, after being declared metropolitan, these cities are required to develop public transportation facilities and other infrastructure. (January 26th 2011) Recent Spate of Violent Crime Urges Bali Police to Shoot on Sight Concerned by Bali’s rapidly increasing crime rate and the effect it may have on the island’s tourism, the head of the province’s police on Sunday (30/1) issued a shoot-on-sight order for criminals targeting foreigners. “The police have to act firmly, and, if necessary, shoot on sight if perpetrators try to escape arrest,” Insp. Gen. Hadiatmoko said. He said that the frequency of crimes against foreign tourists and residents alike in Denpasar and the surrounding Badung district had now reached worrying levels. The police chief lost his patience on Sunday when he received a report of a robbery attempt against Ekoto Philip Mimbimi, 35, that left the American national in the hospital. Police said Mimbimi had fought two burglars attempting to rob his house in North Kuta, Badung district. The criminals broke in through the back door of the house wearing ninja masks at around 3:00 a.m. Mimbimi was watching television and resisted the invasion, but was stabbed in the thigh. “The criminals have been arrested and the victim is still receiving treatment in the hospital,” said I Gede Bambang Wiryawan, Bali Police chief of detectives. On Tuesday, robbers attacked Christine Cheril, a 57-year-old Australian tourist staying at Villa Mangga in Mengwi, Badung. Police said the perpetrators, whose numbers remain unclear, gagged and bound the victim and fled with Rp. 180 million ($20,000) worth of valuables. Lusiana Burgess, 46, the wife of a retired British pilot, was found dead at her home in Umalasar in North Kuta on Jan. 19. Police believe she was also the victim of a robbery. Police are also investigating the daylight armed robbery of three gas stations, one on Jan. 15 and two others in October and November. Hadiatmoko emphasized that no matter how trivial a crime and regardless of whether locals or foreigners are targeted, the island’s image as a safe tourist destination was at risk. However, Hadiatmoko also condemned the preference of many tourists to seek privacy over safety. “Many of the illegal villas are not equipped with adequate security measures and are targets for robbers,” he said. The Bali Villa Association estimates that there are about 300 illegal villas for rent in Badung district. The association has set up a joint team to educate the managers of hotels and other accommodations on their obligation to report the details of their guests to authorities. (January 31st 2011)

Aussie Jailed in Bali for Seven Years An Australian man caught with almost four grams of cocaine in Bali is expected to appeal after being sentenced to seven years in jail. Angus McCaskill, 57, was charged with possession after he was arrested last June at a supermarket in Tuban, near Bali’s international airport, with five plastic pouches containing 3.84 grams of the drug. A panel of judges sitting in the Denpasar District Court on Monday upheld the prosecution’s request, submitted earlier this month, that McCaskill be sentenced to seven years. He was also fined RP800 million ($89,000), or an additional four months’ jail. In sentencing McCaskill, chief judge Putu Suika said the prosecution had “convincingly’’ proved the charge against the Melbourne man, adding that he had also tarnished Bali’s image. ‘’However, McCaskill’s lawyer Pande Putu Maya Arsanti described the sentence as too harsh considering the quantity of drugs found in her client’s possession. “We consider this sentence for our client is much too heavy,’’ she said outside the court. “How come with evidence (that he had) less than five grams, he is to be punished that much? We will go for appeal. ‘’Pande had requested that the possession charged be dropped in favor of one count of using drugs, which carries a maximum term of four years. He has a number of avenues of appeal open to him. McCaskill had been facing the prospect of spending 12 years in jail on the possession charge but the prosecution requested a lighter sentence, shaving five years off the maximum, due to his co-operation with authorities since his arrest. The chief judge said his good behavior had been considered in determining his sentence. (February 1st 2011) Indonesia Makes Startling Admission on ‘Forest Mafia’ Indonesia admitted Tuesday (1/2) that hundreds of mine and plantation companies are operating illegally on Borneo, and promised to beef up law enforcement to protect forests and threatened species. The forestry ministry made the startling admission that less than 20 percent of plantation companies and less than 1.5 percent of mining firms had official operating permits in Central Kalimantan, on the Indonesian side of Borneo. “There are only 67 plantation companies out of 352 that operate legally in Central Kalimantan province, while there are only nine out of 615 mine units that operate legally,” the ministry said in a statement. The findings were released after an investigation by a task force set up by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to look into the “forest mafia” - networks of miners, planters and officials blamed for rampant illegal land clearing. A University of Indonesia study last year concluded that the Indonesian military acted as coordinator, financier and facilitator for illegal loggers in Borneo, where deforestation rates are among the fastest in the world. The forestry ministry promised to stop issuing new plantation and mine permits in the province and to cooperate with the Corruption Eradication Commission to enforce the law. (February 2nd 2011) ‘Depressed’ Australian Tourist Holds Waitress Hostage in Bali Mall Panic broke out at the Galleria Mall in Bali on Tuesday (25/1) when an Australian tourist, believed to be suffering from depression, reportedly took a restaurant waitress hostage for a full hour. Police in Bali identified the man as 27-year-old Simon Monthey. He was tranquilized by police and taken to the Prima Medika hospital in Denpasar for treatment. The waitress, who works for MM Juice, has been identified as Ni Kadek Widiani. Police said she remained in shock following the incident. According to witness Deni Sunardi, a waiter at another restaurant at the Galleria Mall, the hostage incident occurred shortly after the juice stall opened for business at 9:30 a.m. Widiani had been attending the stall, cutting tissue paper with scissors. “The man approached her as if to order some food, but suddenly grabbed the scissors to hold Widiani hostage, and took her to a corner. He then demanded that he be sent home to Australia immediately. Visitors and workers at the mall panicked and the incident attracted the attention of mall security and police,” Deni said. According to the mall’s tenant manager, Maduma Prama, officers tried to negotiate with Monthey by assuring him that the Australian Consulate had been informed of his request. Kuta Police sub-precinct Chief Adj. Comr. Gede Ganefo said police managed to get the scissors out of Monthey’s hands. However, he added, Monthey violently resisted police and had to be injected with a tranquilizing shot before being removed from the premises and taken to hospital in a police van. “We believe he could have been under the effects of [psychotropic] mushrooms. We also believe he was depressed”. (January 25th 2011)


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Woman Charged After Trying to Air-mail Puppy in Sealed Box The air holes the woman punched in the box were covered up with mailing tape, and the priority mail trip would have taken at least two days. “It was supposed to be a birthday gift for a family member,” says a cop. “It would have been kind of traumatizing to get a dead puppy.” (Minneapolis Star Tribune) Student, 14, Expelled for Blowing Pellets Through Plastic Tube “What happened to [the boy] is an example of how oppressive zero-tolerance policies have become,” says the president of a civil liberties organization. The kid blew small plastic pellets at fellow students in Spotsylvania High School; in one lunch period, he scored three hits. (Washington Post) Female Teacher Accused of Soliciting Massages from Students The superintendent is recommending the elementary school teacher be suspended for five days for her “inappropriate conduct.” (South Florida Sun-Sentinel) Survey: Women Prefer Sex to Chocolate by a Large Margin Given a choice between great sex every week and free chocolate every week, women pick sex by a 73% to 27% margin, according to a survey apparently pegged to Valentine’s Day. But by a considerably higher margin women choose a lump sum of $1,000 in cash over the weekly chocolate - 91% to 9%. (Advertising Age) Preschool Student, 3, Suspended for Not Getting to Toilet on Time The principal escorted little Zoe and her mother from the school building Dec. 3. “The principal told me that Zoe had had enough chances,” says the mom, who is now pushing the county and School Board to change its potty policy. “That seemed absurd to me. It came as a total shock.” She’s come up with “Potty Manifesto.” (Washington Post) Gas Station Awning Collapse Blamed on Pigeon Crap Build-up The metal roofing came thundering down under the weight of several inches of bird droppings. A woman pumping gas nearby was so shaken up she had to be comforted by her husband. (Inside Bay Area) Man Arrested for Shooting Cannon to Celebrate Steelers Victory Bobby Wayne Blanton, 45, put his homemade stainless steel cannon to use after the win. He was cited for discharging a firearm inside the city limits. (Gaston Gazette) Four-year-old Boy Makes 3a.m. Candy Run to Gas Station There’s an alarm that sounds when the boy leaves the bedroom, but the kid’s mom didn’t wake up when he put on his winter coat and headed out on Sunday morning. A motorist alerted cops to the wandering boy. (Suburban Chicago Daily Herald) Suspicious Package Clears Out Costco, Turns Out to be a Pinata The bomb squad’s robot open the package and discovered it was a pinata. (Boulder Daily Camera) Lost Remote Control Leads to House Fire That Does $180K in Damage The homeowner says the fire started when her 19-year-old son used a lighter to look for a remote control under his bed. Lesson learned: Keep a flashlight nearby. (


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Carrie’s full name was Carrie Anne Fernands-Camacho

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Carrie was born on February 29, 1936, a leap-year baby, in Philadelphia, she was mostly raised in Milford Connecticut. She was, as they say, an accident; her brothers were 14 and 12 years older. Her mother was Lavina Gaston, of Huguenot origin born approximately 1900, died about 1979. Vina’s mom worked as one of FDR’s mom’s nurses, so ‘Vina’ was born in Hyde Park, NY. Carrie’s father was Joseph Eustace Fernandes Camacho. He was of Portuguese origin (or possibly Spanish). He was one of 16 children and was born in Jamestown, Guyana somewhat before 1900 (and died in the 70s). That branch of the family had been in Guyana for much of the 19th century; they were rich, rum plantations, but social outcasts due to not being British. Carrie had not seen him since about 1947. He left his wife (or her older brothers ran him off, after kidnapping her from his place in Vermont) and he disappeared for twenty years and it turns out he started a new family in LA. The three wives and two mistresses thing was pretty common in that side of the family. Carrie married Gordon on November 22, 1958; on November 25, 1958, he was sent to prison for a year in Massachusetts for robbing a garage full of tools. Carrie got him released after 5 months, and David was soon conceived. Gordon went back to MIT and received a degree in physics, he then held a series of jobs for companies building ancillary equipment for the space program in Hingham, Massachusetts. They bought a house for $18k, and sold it for $36K, seven years later. They sold everything; and bought an Alcort Sunfish sailboat and a tent camper; the boat was lashed to the roof of a Ford Maverick and the camper to the back-end. Off they went, around the country, and through Mexico for a year: When they emerged from Mexico, mail was waiting, and Gordon flew to New York and took a job on Long Island. After about two years of that, he landed a job at IBM’s Research Center in Yorktown Height, New York. Carrie felt stifled by Gordon; not abused, but limited to ‘wife’. He took little interest in family problems and left it all to Carrie. Once the children were 18, it all blew up; the divorce. Gordon told Carrie that he would leave her with nothing; a waitress on food stamps. However, Carrie’s shrink referred her to a Westport lawyer who negotiated a deal. Carrie traveled across Africa, twice; Cape to Cairo and Algeria to Kenya; both six month trips with fast dashes across bits of Europe. Between these trips she did about the same in a big loop around most of South America; fractured a hip in the Andes; broke her left collarbone when a bus rolled over and a fat Australian landed on her, hard, in Masai Mara, Kenya. She’d been to Lake Victoria, Victoria Falls; Iguazu Falls, too. These trips were rough; no clean water, no clean food; no roads. They traveled in ex-Army lorries with benches in back and a canvas roof. They slept on the ground and if it was your turn, you could sleep under the truck, and not get wet. She also traveled to Ivalo, Finland in November; a cheap ticket, as it was *dark* 24/7. She lived in Eritrea for about nine months around 1993 just after the 30-year civil-war ended. There was time back in Connecticut between all these trips abroad; that’s when she did the theatre and saved for the next trip. Carrie acted in or directed about a hundred theatrical productions in Western Connecticut, mostly at TheatreWorks, in New Milford; Carrie’s first play was When You Comin’ Back, Red Ryder? In 2000, after falling out with both her children, Carrie left for good and went back to Eritrea, but there was more war and it wasn’t the same. She had considered a trip to Indonesia in the early nineties So, off to Bali, where she spent most of the rest of her life. She worked at the local library “Pondok Pekak”, then founded the Ubud Smile Shop, and kept a lot of cats. It truly pained her that her last evacuation involved losing track of her cat Lazzie. Carrie is survived by her son David Johnson, currently residing in Ada, Michican, and daughter Diana Onyshkewych (nee Johnson), Brookfield, Connecticut. She is also survived by her older brother Stanley, in Massachusetts, her nephew David Camacho (Stanley’s son, who was more like a little brother to Carrie than a nephew, as they grew up in the same house), and her nephew Harold Camacho in Connecticut (Milford). David’s wife, Patricia, was very involved in Carrie’s care for the last year. Carrie passed away on January 25, 2011 in Valley Presbyterian Hospital, in Van Nuys, California. That’s the facts but it doesn’t tell you what a great woman Carrie was! She had a huge interest in the world, making her a brilliant team member on Quiz Nights. She had an indefatigable desire to help people. She was very funny and entirely lacking in self-pity despite her many ailments latterly; she was straightspoken and honest; she was a gift to our community and was dearly loved. The ongoing success of The Smile Shop is a testament to her determination, common sense, compassion, and downright grit. Mary Northmore-Aziz Founder and Chair, Yayasan Senyum Bali (Bali Smile Foundation) NC/NV/I-09 Feb 11


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Another year and always think it a good idea to offer you a summary of particular stores, showrooms & factories that have become reliable favorites. So to recap, here are a handful of popular Artisans that continue to do a sterling job producing handcrafted product - from furniture, furnishings & unique gifts, to a fine piece of soap & beeswax candles, fresh & exciting ceramic-ware, lighting ideas to glassware, to a journal that is crafted from re-cycled paper product. Which all means that you don’t have to take a trip off the island to shop nowadays, it’s all right here at our doorstep! Shop direct at the following companies or they will point you in the direction to some selected retail stores.


Gaya Ceramics Gaya Ceramic & Design (stylish chic designer ceramics) Jl Raya Sayan, Ubud, Bali T: 7451413 / 976220 F: 976220 E : W :

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Saraswati Papers (all stationary handcrafted from re-cycled eco papers) Jl Raya Batu Belig, No 100 Kerobokan T: 736 418 E: W: And, Kado their retail store, for quality stationary products, Dewi Sita, Ubud Republic of Soap (natural quality handcrafted soap) Jl Gunung Salak No 80, Banjar Abasan, Denpasar, T: 780 3852 E: W:

a selection of handcrafted ceramics

Horizon Glass (unique hand-blown glass & objets) Ron Seivertson Principle Hot Glass Artist E : W :

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The Natural Light Company (designer beeswax candles) ByPass Ngurah Rai 144, Padang Galak, Sanur. T: 288 072 E: Kevala Ceramics (modern ceramic-ware, in a host of gorgeous colors) Jl Mertasari, 21, Suwung Kangin (driving to Sanur, along the ByPass from Kuta, turn sharp left, just before Bali Bargain Hunter) into Danau Tempe, into Jl Mertasari, call their office, if you get lost!) T: 720 718 E:

crocodile head in glass!

Sadus Tiles (handmade decorative tiles for your abode) Located in Sideman, east Bali T : (0366) 24331 Hp : 0852 3706 4151 E : W: EarthWise (recycled timber products) T: Sherri 0812 364 0490 E: CARLO (innovative furnishings) Jl Danau Poso, No 22, Sanur T : 285 211 E : W : Pesamuan (distinctive ceramic-ware for your lifestyle) Pungutan Street 25, Sanur T: 281 440 / 286 042 E: W: One World Gallery, Jl Raya Basangkasa 1200B, Seminyak T: 730 498

Dear Sir, In the last edition I wrote about my friend and his problem with the ATM on Jl. Kartika Plaza. As a follow up I want to mention that the Indonesian bank he had his card from did refund all his lost money. Good on the bank which had to write off the loss to the ATM scam thief. Too bad they don’t have an ATM card condom: use it but no problems afterward! Great reading your paper. Lewis, Sanur Post, e-mail, fax or bring in your letters. Please address all to Letters To Bali Advertiser. Bali Advertiser will decide what to publish and will edit as needed.

DeLighting (for exceptional designer lighting) Jl Gatot Subroto, Kerobokan T: 412 194 / 420 512 E: W:

Fastco Interiors (made to order furniture, rattan, teak, iron, mahogany +) Jl Ngurah Rai By Pass No 538, Sanur T : 281 046 or 7921777 Ciptari principal, Hp : 0812 466 9899 E : W :

Jenggala (the largest selection on the isle of fabulous ceramics) Jl Uluwatu 11, Jimbaran T: 703 311 E: W: Happy Days filled with Retail Therapy!

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GV Amazing Crafts (and, the name describes this bijou boutique to a T!) Jl Raya Basangkasa, No 22, Seminyak T: 743 3853 W:

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For Sale: Good conditioned PSP with with an 8gb memory card that has 15 games for 2. 8 M please (SMS only) at 0815 5822 6000 or e-mail at <dudedramasocool@gmail. com>. Denpasar. [132] Change your thoughts and you change your world.

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For Sale; Mitsubishi Van ‘97. White color, AC, KM 50.000. New licence (tax) STNK. Rp 38 Mill (Nego). Call 0813 3872 4288. [001]

Kijang Krista 2L, 130.000 Km. 2001. Drives like new. Rp 99 million. Contact 0858 5731 1771. [007]

Moving sale, Daihatsu Xenia XI Minibus, good condition, year 2005, 36.600 Km. Rp 75 Juta. Photo available. Call 776792 Nusa Dua. [014]

For Sale; Range Rover Vogue year 2000, green, low mileage, 20” tyres, excellent condition. Call (0361) 792 9999. [002] For Sale; Dodge Custom 200 Pick-up, new tyre, very excellent condition, all still original. (0361) 782 9999. [003] Safari VW for sale: 1976. All documents: STNK-BPKB. Good conditions, army style, all mechanics reviewed in 2009. Direct owner: 0819 3301 4448. Email: <cocoliveolive@hotmail. com>. You can see at VW Bengkel Jl. Imam BonjolKuta. [004] Landcruiser FJ40 1978 owned by Expat. Soft top New paint job. Has had engine overhaul, replaced master cylinder and regulator, new battery & two new rear tires plus much more. Call 0858 5746 2000 <> or <paulagillham@hotmail. com>. [005] VW Safari ‘76. Runs well. Power brakes. Good condition. Ideal car for Bali. Rp 30 juta Ph: (Eng) 0878 6186 9550 (Ind) 0812 366 3698. [006]

Nissan Murano. 2005. Black. Full opt. Top condition. Incl ins. plates. Rp 390 juta. Ph. 747 4747. [008] For Sale; Honda CRV ‘00 A/T light brown metallic, 2000cc, p l a t e H 7 11 3 G G , g o o d condition, Rp. 120 million (OBO). Please call/SMS 0878 6116 3056. [009] Fantastic Ford Focus Sports 2.0 litre. Only 3700km, 2009. Sanur. 081 2328 8355. [010] Strong CJ Jeep 1984, 6 cylinders, restored engine, power steering, a/c, 60 million neg. Call 0818 0557 1092. [011] 1961 Holden Convertible Great Shape - Must Sell Fast. Call 081 5570 1911 in Ubud.

Over credit car Daihatsu Luxio. AC double blower. DP only. 27 million (nego). Serious buyer call (0361) 369 5202. [015]


XR250 Honda Tornado Trail Bike, Yoshimura exhaust, well serviced, good condition. 0819 1617 5776. Seminyak. [018]


New Toyota Alphard & Vellfire; Wrangler JK 2 door; Inova V ‘07 + Harrier ‘08; Mercy E350 Cabriolet; New Toyota Commuter 15 seats; New BMW Z4 + Chrysler 300C; Chevrolet Optra ‘07 ; Nissan GTR ‘08; Harley Davidson custom ‘99; Visit Nadia Auto Graha, (sales, service & spareparts) Jl. Teuku Umar 70, Denpasar. Ph. (0361) 237 008. [013]

Nusa Dua Speedbird 6.9 Metre Half Cabin. Centre Cockpit. 2x115 HP Yamaha Auto Pitch Outboards only 200 hours. 35 knots flat stick. 29 knots cruising. Currently moored at Tanjung Benoa. Rp 220 Million for quick sale

Contact 08111903998 or 08111771058

2008 Honda Tiger 200cc Silver, 14383 km only. One expat owner, fully serviced, Rp 17 million O.N.O. Call 081 7066 2141. [019] For Sale; Honda Tiger, black, 2008, Rp 18 million, nego. Contact Diah 0819 1641 8467. [020]

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: Serving all-day dining menu with favourites such as Black Pepper Beef, Pork in soy sauce, Spring rolls, to the newest addition Grilled Chicken. One-price-for-all dishes concept with free rice servings of Rp. 29,000 each, and the Grilled Chicken menu starting from Rp. 45,000 - we offer also outdoor seatings at the back garden and a gazebo. Delivery service also available, open from 11 am to 11 pm every day all year round except Nyepi. Seating capacity total for 52 pax, orders for outdoor catering welcome. Send your information to for free listing in this column. One time listing per business.

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There was quite a burst of interest around this story ( articles/greenspeak2010) both from foreigners based in Bali and elsewhere, and from Balinese. The article addressed the issue of providing affordable housing for elder/disabled foreigners of modest means in Bali by building tiny ‘granny flat’ houses on small pieces of unused land in villages. There is no land contract/sale involved, just the cost of constructing the house which can be as low as $5,000. The foreigner pays to build the house and lives in it rent-free until the cost of construction is paid back (about one year). Thereafter the foreigner pays regular, previously agreed-upon rental for as long as she chooses to live there or until she dies. The concept benefits both parties; the elder has an affordable roof over her head and the Balinese keeps the land and owns an asset that brings in regular income. Ketut Sama , a caregiver, has 5 are in Lot Tunduh and welcomes foreign elders/disabled to build there. Contact

For Sale; Limited Edition HD V-Rod Muscle, Vivid Black color, 1250cc. Complete with the bluebook and registration card. Upgraded with Screaming Eagle Race Tuner, Vance Haires Exhaust and Air Filter. Original Satin chrome dual side exhaust is available in excellent condition. Enquiry please call 081 2380 8745 or 081 5571 6686. [021]

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2 Engines, 1 year old Suzuki 40 hp. Price 92 million Rupiah. Hp : 081337135000

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For Sale; Aprilia RS125 year 2002, silver red color, low mileage only 7000km. Call 0813 3819 9999. [016] Vespa 150/73 fully restored for 10 millions. Call 853 0888. [017]



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Good Vibrations - Part 2 Alison Elisabeth In the first part of this feature I explored the nature of crystals and gemstones. I learned that c r y s t a l technology is all around us, used in everything from cell phones to computer screens; and questioned the notion of gem therapy – asking if and how stones could heal? My research revealed that quartz crystals have a high vibration due to their well organized molecular structure, and that this vibration has potential health benefits as it could be used to restructure water in our tissues and cells. Quantum physics aside, perhaps ours wellbeing is effected by various stones because they help us reconnect with the earth and our more essential selves. There are few things more grounding than minerals, so maybe wearing a crystal, collecting stones or indulging in gem therapy can help bring about a state of peace and balance. Maybe this is why our history is so inextricably linked to stones. Stone worship Across the globe we find remnants of various megalithic cultures who erected impressive standing stones, monuments and stone circles as places of worship, ritual and meditation. Here in Indonesia, the earliest inhabitants were animist and worshipped natural features in a belief that all objects have a life and a soul force. Vestiges of this practice remain, Bena, Flores particularly on more remote islands such as Flores and Sumba where ethnic traditions hold strong. In Lombok the ‘Stone of Worship’ at Batu Pujaan was erected over 3000 years ago, and is associated with rituals of magic, meditation and the concoction of herbal medicines. In Bali, megalithic structures are still used for worship in a scattering of villages inhabited by the original Bali Aga people; while lingga (monuments) carved from gold, jewels and stones can also be found in temples across the island forming an essential component of Hindu devotion. In the end, our relationship with crystals and stones is entirely subjective and boils down to intent. If you believe that wearing a crystal will empower you, it probably will; if you attend a crystal healing session with a strong intent to heal, then for sure you will feel some benefits. Its all up to the individual; adorn yourself with crystals, meditate with them, place them on the window sill, attempt to see the future, douse for water, summon spirits, admire them as objects of immense beauty. Or ignore them completely…… If crystals work for you on some level – that’s great, if not, that’s ok too – because crystals are totally optional. If you do decide to explore the world of crystal therapy then Bali has plenty of choices. Crystal healing Jelila provides my first healing session, and arrives at the door, blonde and fairylike bearing a guitar and a big bag of

crystals. She talks about the resonant vibration of crystals due to their highly organized molecular structure, and adds that “Just as having a positive person around you raises your vibrations – it’s the same with the right combination of crystals.” Jelila has a background in yoga, meditation and energy healing and you can join her classes at Yoga barn. She also practices crystal healing which she describes as “A complex art form, based on an intuitive sense of your present energy, aura and life,” and adds “It is non invasive and harmless, the worse thing that can happen is nothing.” We start with an aura reading, and each of my chakras is assigned Jelila colours, shapes and sounds. My rational mind does not understand, but her observations are unerringly accurate, and deep from my subconscious, she unearths an extremely irrational fear. Right she says we are going to fix this. She guides me through a visualization, or re programming as she calls it, and then explains that she will use a combination of crystal energy and sound healing to integrate this transformation. I close my eyes as she drapes strings of crystals over me, and soon become aware of a powerful tingly sensation around my head, it feels like my hair is standing on end. I assume Jelila is doing some kind of energy healing but when I open my eyes I see she is busy placing crystals around my feet. The feeling is so intense I can’t help laughing – “What’s happening to my head,” I ask, “That would be the detoxifying crystals I put on your pillow,” she answers. By now Jelila is softly playing the guitar and singing, her beautiful voice flutters around me. It’s extraordinarily soothing to be sung too and lulls me into a warm and cosy state. Afterwards I feel happy, serene and kind of floaty. More than anything I feel completely liberated from an irrational fear that had been holding me back. No doubt I could have sat in an office with a psychiatrist and progressed to this point after weeks on the sofa talking about my childhood - but therapy is much more enjoyable when you are covered in crystals and sung to! Jelila also designs healing necklaces and has recorded a range of CDs. The Crystal Light Bed I find myself at a house on the outskirts of Ubud and am greeted by Tamara, an intuitive healer who also performs healing sessions utilizing a Crystal Light Bed. This contraption was created by John of God, the famous Brazilian spiritual healer who is estimated to have healed hundreds of thousands of people. Science has no answer for this kind of healing in which John of God acts as a spirit medium, Crystal Light Bed allowing “entities” to take over his body and perform surgery while he is in a trance. However, his work has been documented by medical teams from around the world, who confirm miraculous recoveries from AIDS, cancer and other illnesses that were deemed incurable. He developed The Crystal Light Bed as an adjunct to healing and it consists of 7 Vogel-cut Brazilian quartz crystals which are suspended over each of the seven major chakras. Tamara explains that it is

essentially a chromo graphic machine that combines energy, colour and light; the colored lights that beam through the crystals act as a magnifier of energy and intent for healing. She explains that this is “Different from other forms of crystal healing in that it enables a specific current of John of God and his various healing spirit entities.” It sounds kind of wacky and my rational mind is screaming, ‘How,’ but I apply my motto ‘Never try never know,” and as I lie down she tells me to say a prayer of intent. From the moment I shut my eyes I enter a state of deep blissful relaxation – at times it’s almost as if I am levitating and I sense the presence of others in the room. Perhaps it’s my imagination, perhaps not – it doesn’t matter. What matters is that this is a lovely experience that leaves me calm and peaceful. I ask Tamara if she can see an immediate change in people following the treatment, and she comments that I am sparkling…. ..When I look in the mirror I do seem to have a bit of a glow and my eyes are shining clear and bright. email Crystal Sound I first had the pleasure of Healing Sound Therapy at Bali Spirit Festival during a workshop led by Awa Hoshi, a statuesque, gently spoken woman of Cheyenne – Slovakian descent who plays silicon quartz crucibles (pure quartz carved into receptacles of various sizes.) A talented musician, Awa Hoshi pioneered the use of crystal sound therapy over two decades ago and her work has been well recognized across the world. More than 100 of us were gathered that afternoon and as we stretched out on the floor we were instructed to visualize what we desired most at that point in time. Aw a H o s h i started to play, and the room was filled with lingering, beautiful waves of s o u n d . Everything Awa Hoshi ceased to exist beyond the sound of crystal, and my vision of fully sustaining myself as a freelance writer. The sensation was not so much of hearing, but of feeling. Afterwards everything seemed incredibly clear and when I checked my emails I had two commissions from magazines to write about the festival, and have had a constant stream of work ever since. It’s not magic, I didn’t just blink my eyes and find I was suddenly consumed with work, but during that crystal sound filled afternoon I had given myself the space to realize what it was that I really wanted and from that time on focused my energy into achieving it. When I meet Awa Hoshi again, she explained that sound therapy helps us to “ Crystallize an intention, then magnetize that reality.” She adds that it, “Provides a foundation, it’s then up to us as to how we deal with it.” Hearing is the first sense to develop in the womb, the most developed of all our senses, yet most of us only have a small amount of pure, clear sound in our lives, bird song, running streams, leaves rustling in the breeze are often drowned out by the hum of air conditioners, the roar of motor bikes, the incessant chatter of television. Awa Hoshi tells me that “The sound of pure tone crystal returns us to our natural state as beings of harmony – it is a sound that takes you beyond sound.” Awa Hoshi will be at Bali Spirit festival 2011 and also conducts regular healing sessions in Ubud. www.bali3000. com/crystalsound

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A beachfront boutique villa is opening an opportunity for young and dynamic people to be a part of the opening team. He or she will join an outstanding team with good benefit and career opportunity General requirements: • Honest hard worker with excellent English • Well-groomed, energetic, cheerful and outgoing personality • Willing to work shift with ability to work under pressure • Fast learner, self motivated with ability to work as a team • Ability to do multi tasking • Diploma in Hotel School (No. 1, 2, 3) • 1 - 3 years experiences in the same possition Available Opportunity: 1. BUTLER: Excellent English verbal & written-other language will be a benefit, age max 30 yo, Height min for Male 165 cm 2. COOK 3. HOUSEKEEPER: Fresh graduated is welcome as experience will be a benefit, age max 25 yo, Height min for female 155 cm 4. ENGINEERING: Technical School Background, strong knowledge in villa complex maintenance and any latest equipment technology 5. POOL ATTENDANT: Good knowledge for the swimming pool maintenance and technology, age max 30 yo, good swimmer with good stamina, ability to surf is a plus 6. SPA THERAPIST: Spa Training Background with ability in beauty treatment is a must, age max 25 yo, height min for female 155 cm 7. DRIVER: Excellent driving skills with engine maintenance capability, good knowledge about Bali tourist spots, good stamina, and age max 30 yo 8. SECURITY: Good and Athletic body shape with excellent stamina, preferably a former military officer or certified security training with good leadership, good self defense skill, height min for male 170 cm 9. ACCOUNTING OFFICER: Diploma in Accounting, good tax knowledge, excellent computer skills, excellent analytical & meticulous detail 10. OFFICE ASSISTANT: Excellent English verbal & written, excellent computer skills (MS Office/ Email/ Internet), good admin skills and very well organized All CV to be sent to: or send directly to “Villa Double N”, Jl. Perancak, Gg. Kelinci, Br. Tegalgundul, Desa Tibubeneng, Berawa before Feb 15, 2011 NC/Es/9 Feb 11

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A Property and Villa Marketing Company is seeking for: LEGAL MANAGER (LEG) • S1 graduate in Law • Familiar with Indonesian law and drafting contract agreements • Fluent in written English HOLIDAYS SALES (HOL) • Fluent in written English and e-mail communication • Familiar and strong knowledge of villas and holiday market Please send resume to: NC/Es/9 Feb11

Construction company seeking for : 1. Project Manager : S1 Civil Building, experience 7 years solid experience. 2. Site Supervisor/Estimator : D3/S1 Civil Building, experience 5 years. 3. Accounting : D3/S1 Accounting, experience 3 years. Candidate must disciplined, capable to work in team and under pressure, fluent English ( written and spoken for no.1). Please send Application letter, CV, photo, expected salary and which position you wish and email address, send to: PT. Tarindo Utama NC/Es/9 Feb11


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“HEAD CHEF FOR NEW RESTAURANT AND BAR” An Australian business group will soon be opening an iconic, but compact restaurant and bar close to Discovery Kartika Mall in Kuta, Bali We require a “Hands on” chef, capable of directing his team and leading by example. Suitable candidate will require the skills necessary to produce fresh simple food that will reach the table at the appropriate time. He or she must be organised and be familiar with seafood, have an understanding of food that customers want to eat and want to come back and eat again! The job is long term and requires kitchen planning, employment of “cut above” staff; the menu will be based on simple fresh seafood, steaks, BBQ, pasta, salads with fresh garnishes, with an emphasis on preparation and first class food service to the table. Applicants should be of fresh, clean sober habits, be able to understand the casual, however upmarket theme of the menu and venue. Start time is early March, with anticipated venue opening date of May. Come and join an exciting team which offers the back up of a group that understands “what people actually want!” Please forward your C.V, salary expectation, ASAP to: Mr Paul Larsen: NC/Es/ 9 Feb 11

NC/Es/9 Feb 11

SALES AND MARKETING MANAGER (FEMALE) Required for a successful Boutique Villa complex situated in the heart of Seminyak Successful candidate requires: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Experience in Sales and Marketing in the hospitality industry. Good computer skill, Word, Excel, Outlook Express. Excellent in English written and spoken, Indonesian as a plus. Well presented, highly motivated, friendly personality with a keen work ethic. Age 25 – 35 approx.

PROVIDED very pleasant work conditions, and friendly experienced team, KITAS, Multiple Exit Permit. Salary Negotiable.

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: from 11.30 am


: Jalan Petitenget 21, Kerobokan, Bali

Contact : 738202

out there. Be prepared for three days of fixed gear simplicity Where : Jumana Restaurant, Shisha Terrace and Mezzanine

as you rein in the pain and cycle down the paths to glory. There

Stadium Cafe (live music – Mondays and Thursdays)

Lounge, Cliff Edge @ Banyan Tree Ungasan,

are some exciting events including endurance rides and contests

Jalan Melasti, Banjar Kelod, Ungasan, Bali.

to test your metal. Not for the faint hearted either. Rides will

The Stadium Cafe has joined together with Flapjacks offering

take you through city scapes, rice fields and past surf and sea.

an American style diner with numerous TV screens for

These promise to be leg aching rides testing your fitness skills

sports enthusiasts. This is a firm favourite amongst locals and

and endurance. There’s plenty to do in the evenings too with

youngsters alike who enjoy the scrumptious snacks on offer.

bar crawls and Saturday night the famous Rockabilly band The

Monday evenings you can enjoy live acoustics with the Wing

For all book lovers out there this is a must; the monthly Book

Hydrant will rock you through the evening. Deus promises to

Band and on Thursdays Electone Band play to entertain the

Swap at Dijon Cafe. This is your chance to come along and

ride and slide you with oodles of late nights and early mornings.


Contact : 300 7000

Book Swap - Dijon Cafe (26 February)

lose yourself in a wonderful selection of novels both old and new.

This is a

ccommunity event w with great books tto choose from at n no cost to you.

For this three day event accommodation can also be arranged. Call now to find out more. Where

: Jl Batu Mejan, Echo Beach, Canggu

Contact : 081 237155529 NON@DEUS.CO.ID

Iron Maiden (23 February)

Simply bring a along a book or

The date looms. Teenagers and adults alike brace themselves

b books you would

for what is expected to be an amazing heavy metal experience

llike to swap and

right here in Bali by British band Iron Maiden. You can buy

choose your next great reads from a multitude of authors.

tickets at Hard Rock Cafe but the actual performance is at GWK.


: 7 pm – 9.30 pm (live music)

There is a treasure trove of different genres all set out on tables

This is a concert not to be missed! Tickets are selling out fast!


: Jl Cemara No 27, Semawang, Sanur

from boxes full of books. Indeed, all kinds of books are welcome


: IDR650,000

Contact : 287882


: Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) Bukit, Nusa Dua

except photocopies. Children’s books may only be exchanged

Sunset at Envy (Monday to Saturdays)

for children’s books too. Furthermore, bring along those DVDs

Envy has an impressive line up at sunset. On Tuesday there’s

you’ve had enough of (good quality only) and swap these from

live acoustic Jazz and on Wednesdays Capoeira by world

a great selection of titles. Regular loyal customers enjoy this

famous Senzala featuring DJ Nanda followed by chill out

monthly event and new comers are welcome and encouraged

reggae music. Every Thursday you are invited on a trip back

to come along. I was very impressed with the new look Dijon

to the sounds of the seventies through to the nineties. Fridays

cafe too, more spacious and still as welcoming with an excel-

DJ Buche ensures a chillout soulful sunset and on Saturday a

lent selection of tasty snacks and drinks. I thoroughly enjoyed

special treat is on offer with a saxophone sunset by Cakrawala

this experience. Coffee, a good book to read and a cup cake. A definite must for the last Saturday of every month.

featuring Buche. A diverse mix of music to suit different tastes. Peninsula

Sardine (Sundays - music) Time

: 1 pm to 4 pm


: Dijon Cafe, Kuta Poleng Mall - Blok A1-2, Jl. Setiabudhi Kuta

Contact : 759636, 759638

Envy is indeed entitled to its name overlooking the beach in Tuban, a perfect place to relax with a cocktail and enjoy Bali’s world famous sunsets.

This is another Sunday treat beginning with brunch at 11.30 including Bloody Mary’s with homemade horseradish and


jumbo prawn garnish, oyster shooters, freshly grilled sardines

Contact : 752527

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Dr. Bayu Wirayudha: Friends of the National Parks Dr. Bayu Wirayudha was born in 1967 in Denpasar. He a t t e n d e d U d a y a n a University in mid-1980s and graduated with a degree in Ve t e r i n a r i a n Medicine. Dr. Bayu ran his own chicken farm for a several years and worked for the Bali Bird Park as a veterinarian and assistant curator from 1992 to 1994. Dr. Bayu also worked as an eco-tour specialist, and a staff member at Thread of Life in Ubud which dedicates itself to the conservation of traditional textiles. He was also director of the environmental division of the Begawan Foundation, running their Bali Starlings breeding program for the last 11 years. In 1997, Dr. Bayu founded the Friends of the National Parks Foundation (FNPF) which he still runs today. What are your hobbies? Music, painting and dancing. I also like to work on antique cars and motorcycles, race motorbikes and off-road driving with a bike or jeep. What gave you the idea of starting Friends of the National Parks Foundation? During the 1997 forest fires, I initiated volunteer veterinary support for orangutans in the Tanjung Puting National Park in Kalimantan. I saw first hand how the destruction of habitat endangered wildlife and communities. I met few Indonesians who were working to protect the habitats and realized how many NGOs limit their work to only what is a trendy, such as orangutans, but fail to protect the whole ecosystem of wildlife, habitat and the local communities. What was FNPF’s first project? In 1998 we were invited to run the orangutan rescue and release project at Tanjung Puting. This quickly developed into a more holistic conservation approach which included the well being of the local people. In 2004 we started another project on Nusa Penida off Bali where we applied the same methodology, but with the focus on endangered birds such as the Bali Starling. Was it difficult establishing the program? In both locations, the political side of the work was the most problematic. Orangutan protection is a popular issue and many NGOs compete to be the only party permitted to work with the animals. Similarly, a number of government departments and NGOs want to claim the Bali Starling as “their project.” Political interference for attention and control of wildlife species is a huge distraction from the real issues – the massive destruction of the great ape’s natural habitat, the loss of one of the world’s most bio diverse ecosystems and the loss of Bali’s mascot animal.


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What was finally accomplished? In Kalimantan we rehabilitated and released dozens of excaptive orangutans into the safety of the park, reforested hundreds of hectares of cleared land, had our conservation education programs formally adopted into the curriculum of local schools, and created alternative incomes for the villagers that are in harmony with the environment such as eco tourism, a commercial tree nursery, and sustainable agro-forestry. This project has replaced slash and burn farming with a combination of rubber trees and eagle wood as long-term crops, and chili, tomato, long-bean, peanut, pineapple, and watermelon as short-term crops. Is there a lot of work remaining to be done? Oh Yes! The scale of destruction of Borneo’s bio-diversity is not something that we and other NGOs can remedy on our own. Millions of hectares of forest have been lost to mining and oil palm plantations, and this is continuing. This deforestation removes wildlife habitat and permanently erodes the island’s thin layer of fertile soil leaving only the underlying sand. Without immediate steps to stop the destruction, Borneo will be a desert in 30 years. Similar destruction is occurring all over Indonesia and Malaysian Borneo.

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What other programs has FNPF been involved in? The greatest threat to birds in Indonesia are poachers for the caged pet bird market. So in 2004 we started the Bali Bird Sanctuary on Nusa Penida. We persuaded all of the island’s 42 villages to make bird protection a part of their traditional community regulations (awig-awig). Today every village clearly displays roadside signage confirming their commitment. The project is the only instance in Indonesia that local traditional regulations have been utilized to protect birds and their habitat. For this reason, the program has attracted worldwide attention as a model to be replicated elsewhere.

Has your program saved the Bali Starling? Working with the Begawan Foundation breeding program, starting in July 2006 we released 64 Bali Starlings over a two year period, including a release by President SBY when he visited Nusa Penida in 2007. We are also using the program to save other threatened native Indonesian birds, including the Mitchell’s Lorikeet (Bali, Lombok), Java Sparrow (Java, Bali) , Moustache Parakeet (Sumatra, Java, Bali, Borneo) and the Lesser Sulfur Crested Cockatoo which lives all over Indonesia.

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What do you consider Bali’s most pressing environmental problems? •

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Land use, especially converting river bank to housing developments (perumahan) which leads to erosion and pollution of rivers. The conversion of forest areas to other purposes which leads to faster run off, reduced water catchment and soil erosion. Pollution from increasing number of vehicles and congestion. Lack of a proper waste management, creating pollution on land, in water, as well as degrading the beauty of our natural environment.

How can we learn more about FNPF and the work it does?

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Check out or visit our office in Ubud on Jl. Bisma, opposite Café Des Artists. We welcome volunteers, and seek partnerships with organizations and individuals that want to help endangered birds (such as the Bali Starling), orangutans, forests and local communities.

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This Sporting Life Junior Female Cricketers Score runs in Bali

tournament was run: pairings and tee times were arranged pre-hit off, with pairings sheets printed, scorecard labels

In a show of development of the game of Cricket in Indonesia,

printed and affixed, and score boards readied. Certainly

two matches were recently played in Bali between junior

one of the most professionally conducted junior tournaments

female teams from Makassar, Sulawesi, and hosts Udayana/

of any type of sport held in Bali!

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Badung Bali. Game one was a thrilling contest. Following the twenty over format, the host team set Udayana/Badung

As play progressed through the tournament, committee

109 to win after going all out for 108. The final overs of

members of the Bali Junior Golf Community located around

Makassar’s innings were nail-biting as they neared the host

the course assisted players by ensuring they understood

team’s total. However the visitors ran out of both overs and

(and followed) the tournament rules, as well as offering

wickets, failing to score the required runs and losing all of

encouragement to players. They also help looked for the

their wickets to also finish on 108, leaving the result a well-

odd lost ball or two!

deserved draw. Once the round was over, scores were tallied and In game two, also played on the Udayana Oval on the Bukit,

discussions were held about the tournament, with words

Jimbaran, the visitors this time batted first, making 5/124.

of advice offered by more experienced players to the

Udayana began well but failed mid-innings, losing a

juniors. it was time to tally up and turn the score cards in.

succession of wickets to leave them behind in the run-rate.

The Bali Junior Golf Tournament Committee was there to

The hosts finished with 3/112, leaving Makassar winners by

assist with any questions, add up and post scores on the

12 runs.

scoreboard as well as the web-site and make award presentations it was quite evident that everyone was

Although there was not a player of the series named,

appreciative of the opportunity to be part of the event. Stay

organizers commented on the efforts of Dewi Khariastini

tuned for details on Series 2, the next tournament of the

from the Udayana/Badung team. Her efforts in game one

Bali Junior Golf Community.

sealed the game for her team after she took five wickets and battered well in the final overs of her team’s innings.


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all girls who participated in the games gained valuable experience and confidence in their abilities. Meanwhile the Bali Cricket League will soon commence games. Anyone interested in playing on a casual basis or to join a club contact Wayan Samuel on or (SMS only) +62 812 361 2900. Follow Cricket Bali on: www.


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PGI Bali Junior Golf Tournament Over forty junior golfers recently took part in the inaugural event of the PGI Bali Junior Golf organization, with the Series 1 Tournament at the New Kuta Golf Course in Pecatu, Bali. The light rains that greeted players as they teed off at 7am soon cleared to allow the keen juniors to demonstrate their skills, vying off for prizes in divisions of boys and girls aged between 8 to 17 years of age. Although fun and participation was certainly an important aspect of creating the event for the organizers, they also ensured that a professional golf

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Rare Elevated Beach Frontage at Negara 45.5 are, easy to build on beach front land commanding 160 meters of beach with views across 8 km strait to Java. Locate close to the village of Malaya 20 kms south of Gilimanuk. This land is ideal for a small hobby farm / resort / retirement villa. Walk along 20 kms of beach at low tide. Tarmac road to land, electricity, well water. Price Rp. 35 juta per are.

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At Paradise Villa Resort Jimbaran we have 2 and 3 bedroom detached modern villas for rent with or without your own private pool. 40 channel satellite TV, restaurant (Villa delivery service), large community pool with childrens pool, landscaped garden, 24 hours security, close to Dreamland, Balangan and Jimbaran Bay beaches. 20 minutes to airport and Kuta. Our nightly rates start at only US$120 per night Longterm rentals start at US$ 1,200 per month No need for that expensive 12 month UP FRONT payment. One month deposit plus one month rent and move in.

2 room apartment with AC and hot water, fully furnished, shared kitchen in private house incl. electricity from 1 March - 31 August. Price: 4,5 million rupiah per month. Please call: Made 0819 1627 1677. [2095] Very large modern studio apartment, Legian. Free Wi-Fi, AC, cable TV, DVD, pool, fridge, cleaned daily. Very quiet, in a trendy boutique hotel. Available from 1st of March till 16th of April. Monthly 7,250,000 IDR, weekly 3,500,000 IDR. Contact Tommy 0821 4550 4710. [2098] Urgent large room to rent until September 2011, in pleasant hotel, 5 minutes from beach, 50m2, kitchen A/C, international TV channels. 6 millions per month negotiable. Call 0878 6192 3783 or e-mail <>. [2113]

DIRECT FROM OWNER 9.5 are freehold, situated in a beautiful, quiet and safe part of Bali, Belalang. It is 5 mins from the popular surf beach, Kedungu, and 6 mins from Tanah Lot temple. With volcano, rice terrace and jungle views, this block skirts an existing subdivision that already has power, water, sealed access and building permission. It is a perfect area to raise kids, or just retire and feel at home in the real â&#x20AC;&#x153;BALIâ&#x20AC;? .

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Umalas Best Leasehold Offer 30 yrs leasehold with option to extend for another 30 years Two bedroom villa, stylishly furnished, open-plan living/kitchen/dining Four units, each on 400sqm of land with a rooftop lounge overlooking rice paddy • Approximately 1k to beach, in a popular ex-pat area of Umalas

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For Sale USD 395,000 Julie Faherty (62) 813 3956 4862 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

For Sale start at USD 238,000 Patrick Clancy (62) 817 973 3031 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

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For Sale IDR 3,100,000,000 Eric Livesey (62) 812 3766 3111 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

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Canggu Freehold - Superb Location Freehold, three bedroom riverside bungalows and the townhouses design 5 units available, sit on 205sqm to 487sqm of land, under construction The 2,000sqm site is bounded by a gorgeous river and amazing rice fields Located in Berawa, just minutes away from the Canggu Club & Berawa beach


Minimalist Multi Level Villa in Seminyak, Value for Money Brand new freehold villa offers the best of modern tropical design Sit on 256 sqm of land, comprises of 2 bedrooms all with ensuite and AC Indoor/outdoor living/dining with bifold doors, private pool, bale bengong 3 mins drive to the beach, 15 mins drive to Canggu Club and to the Bali airport



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4 x 10 Are Parcels for Sale. 48 Year Leasehold plus optional extension. Close to the Beach Individual Road Access. Pondok Wisata (commercial tourist) license. Clean certificates.

For Sale Leasehold USD 264.000 (10 are) Mark Vroon (62) 81 3377 93030 Sanur office (62 361) 28 76 42

Blending ‘traditional’ with modern design 25 year lease with option to extend, brand new villa Three bedrooms stylish modern-contemporary villa sit on 440 sqm of land Uses of antique woods and bamboo accents giving an exotic flair to the villa Less than 5 mins to both Seminyak and Canggu hotspots and ‘places to be!’


Vendor must sell this month… Unobstructed Sea and Golf Course views 2,000 sqm of Freehold land Ideal for private luxury villa or small commercial development • Dream Location, 35 minutes to International Airport.

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For Sale IDR 3,300,000,000 or IDR 1,650,000/ M² Eugene Shivnan (62) 819 998 859 04 Jimbaran office (62) 703 208

For Sale IDR 8,000,000,000 or IDR 2,000,000/ M² Eugene Shivnan (62) 819 998 859 04 Jimbaran office (62) 703 208

Excellent Land Plot with Good Price Unobstructed Green Valley & Southern Indian Ocean Views 4,000 sqm FREEHOLD land with an extremely attractive price Ideal for private luxury villa or small exclusive commercial development Located, opposite of five star luxury resort, 22 minutes to Airport

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Freehold – Contemporary design , • 3 BR villa set on 460 sqm land, 3 minutes to the Four Season Resort, • Villa management services with rental returns are available. • Good rental history, Fantastic ROI • 15 minutes from the airport, 3 minutes to Jimbaran beach, shops & restaurants.

For Lease USD 250,000 45 years with extension option for 50 more years Eugene Shivnan (62) 819 998 859 04 Jimbaran office (62) 703 208


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For Sale USD 375,000 Julie Faherty (62) 813 373 20497 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358


Absolute Beachfront 2 levels, modern interior designs, ground floor parking Excellent rental returns, 10 minutes from an 18 hole international golf course. 30 minutes from the Bali International airport



• Absolute beachfront 20 min from Sanur center. • 13 ‘off plan’ absolute beachfront 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedrooms villa development. • Show villa completed and available for inspection. • Villa management on request. • High quality construction at very reasonable prices.

For Sale Freehold between USD 299.000 and USD 475.000 Mark Vroon (62) 81 3377 93030 Sanur office (62 361) 28 76 42



• Rare freehold title to a select group of owners. • Located close to beach, Mertasari and consulates. • Total size of 55.25 are offered as sub divided plots: 355-1050sqm • 24 hours security and gated estate • Full private home building assistance offered.

For Sale Freehold from USD 168.000 (IDR425M/are) Mark Vroon (62) 81 3377 93030 Sanur office (62 361) 28 76 42



• Absolute beachfront 30 minutes from Sanur center. • Keramas estates comprises of 13 villas on 6,500 m2 of gorgeous beachfront land. • Located on Keramas beach offering world-class surf. • Land-size per villa approx. 550 sqm, building-size 270 sqm. • Rare affordable beachfront villas; show-villa available.

Prices from USD349.000 with 50 years leasehold title up to USD 454.000 with freehold title. Mark Vroon(62) 813 377 93030 Sanur office(62 361) 287 642 C/Re/G-9 Feb. 11


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

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House for rent Jl. Muding Indah no. 3X. Electricity, PAM, bath tub, hot/cold water, balcony, furniture, garage, garden, 2are. Contact 423 582. [1144]


Villa for rent 5 are, 3 bedroom, 1 maid room, storage room, kichen, swimming pool, in front of Lolly Pop School, Br. Abasan, Jl. Gunung Salak, Kerobokan. Contact 0361 808 1456 / 0361 873 1845 / 0878 6191 5454. [1559] House for rent. Land 200m2, minimalist style, 2 storey, 3 bedrooms (upstairs), fully AC, hot/cold water, bathtub, living-room, kitchen, garage, garden. Please call 081 2362 3395. Location Jl. Teuku Umar Barat Gg. Marlboro XVII no. 16. [1923] Shop and house for contract. Shop in Kerobokan, size 160m (2 storey), line telp., electricity 2300 watt, carport, 3 toilet, 60jt per year. House in Umalas, size 8 are, 130jt per year, include furniture. Contact Debby/Dario 0813 3835 0687. [2075]

Available: • Ice & cold beer • Soft drinks • Fresh milk • fresh bread • fresh eggs &

ROOM FOR RENT AT CANGGU MART DAILY - WEEKLY - MONTHLY - YEARLY Address : Jl. P. Batu Mejan, + 200M from Echo beach, Canggu Phone: (0361) 2081942

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Buy or rent your Dream Villa now. Get it from owner direct. Imagine living the life of the rich without paying the big money. Contact us now, because you deserve the best. Short and long term Villa rentals available immediately! Affordable investment with fantastic views, from IDR 700 M. Close to GWK Email: Phone: 081 339 654 230 C/Re/I-26 Jan 11

Land size 18.80 are, located in Pecatu village. Suitable for villa. Dreamland view. Between Dreamland and Labuan Said. Rp. 100 mill/are. Contact 081 2387 8919 / 0812 2194 6666.

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Beautiful villa for rent: fully furnished, pool, 2 bedroom A/C, garden, open living & kitchen. Fully equipped. Internet. Parking, security gate, nice quiet neighborhood. 95 million year. Longer: negotiable. 0857 8050 4401. [1978]

Nice, beauty, minimalist private pool villa, fully furnished, six bedrooms for rent. Please contact 081 999 450 7003. Also available villa for sale, long term. Contact 0878 6163 3169. [2091]

New villa for rent location at Jl. Pengubengan Kauh Kerobokan Kuta. Ricefield view. 2 master bedroom with nice bathroom, plunge pool, garden, wooden terrace, full furnished. Price 120 million/year. Call 081 139 6467. [2103] Brand new 1 & 2 bdrm villas available for rent in Batubelig. Fully furnished, private pools. 2 bdrm not available yearly. Contact: 081 2389 3331 or 0813 3879 3017. [2059] Villa Deli for rent in Umalas, unique, beautiful two bedroom, two bathroom, AC, swimming pool, big garden, internet, beautiful ricefield view, quiet location, from February, one year lease. Rp. 160 million per year. <http:/ vandor/villadeli>. E-mail <>. Tel: +62 812 3600 7315. [1982] For rent: House Jl. Mumbak Gg. P. Ambon Umalas, 4 bedroom, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, pool, garden, garage. Shop in Kerobokan, *1 fl. 11x7. Work shops in Kerobokan, *8x18. *8x16. *10x15. *15x15. Contact: 0813 3862 6630, 749 2555, 0858 5755 1072. [2106] Beautiful new freehold villa on two floors in quiet gang, paddy views, high quality finishing, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, Western kitchen, pool, carport, furnished. $240,000 offers invited. Contact 0858 5731 1771. [2107] House for rent, Petitenget, nice location, nice vew, 3 AC, bedroom fully furnished with 3 bathroom, TV-DVD, Indovision, Internet, gardener, part time maid, garden and pool. Rent yearly, monthly, weekly. 0812 3649 6762. <>. [2111] Villa for rent 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, swimming pool, A/C, international TV channels, carpark, in quiet area near Mertanadi. Still 2 years contract. Please call 0878 6192 3783 or e-mail <>. [2114] For rent at Umalas, 2 BR, semi furnished, pool, parking. Rp. 140 juta per year. Call 081 2380 8876. [2115] House for rent in Banjar Semer, quiet place, 4 bedroom, hot water, garage, garden. Land 210m2, Rp. 80 million/ year. Call 0852 5386 9243 (Anton). [2131] C/Re/P-09 Feb. 11

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

For rent minimum 1 yr: Unique studio hideaway Umalas area. Petite luxury villa for single or couples only. Marble floor, marble bath, spacious kitchen and living design opening directly to a 3x5m splash pool. Contact: Ketut: +62 852 3746 7535 (Bali), Ms. Rachel: +62 81 684 3485 (owner). [2080]

Room for rent in Kerobokan, close to Canggu/Brawa. Facilities include: AC, hot/cold shower, kitchen, clean sheets. Rp. 3,5 juta/month all furnished. Big garden and quiet area. Call Yanti 0813 3780 1224. [2094]

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For sale or rent: 3 bedroom villa Umalas Kerobokan, 2 baths, maid quarter, fully furnished, ownership Hak Milik, land 212m, building 137m, a contemporary design with Balinese touch. Contact: Ketut: +62 852 3746 7535 (Bali), Ms. Rachel: +62 81 684 3485 (owner). [2079]

For sale/rent - Villa Pyramid 2 or 3 AC bedrooms, swimpool, unique copper roof, offices, Jaccuzi, terraces, 2.7 are, culdesac, Muding Permai, Rp. 1,300,000,000 or shortterm rental 1-3 months $750/month. Call/SMS +62 818 0376 2001. E-mail <>. [2090]

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Seminyak: 10, 11, 20, 18 A; Petitenget: 7.8, 10, 12, 15, 28 A Batubelig: 8, 10, 19 A; Canggu: 5, 8, 40, 50, 70 A Umalas/Kerobokan: 5, 11, 12, 13, 19, 77 A Marlboro: 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 22 A; Ungasan: 13 A Contact : 08179725265, 081236333693, 081805570011 E-mail :

STUNNING VILLA ESTATE NEAR ECHO BEACH FOR SALE OR FOR LEASE Breathtaking and unobstructable ocean/greenbelt views from this Luxurious Park-Like Retreat 5 bedrooms. 6 bathrooms, office, yoga studio 2 bedroom staff house Canggu’s Premier Private Home Oasis Freehold $1,295,000 USD - FOR LEASE $50,000 year +62 818343966 C/Re/I-09 Feb 11

KEROBOKAN Live work retail space. Upstairs: livingroom & kitchen, 2 large bedrooms, bathroom & veranda. Downstairs: large workspace, 2 offices, bathroom & garden. Retail space: street front, A/C & hot water, 0817 973 5637 / <>. [2130] Spacious modern style new apartments 1 & 2 bedrooms, free Wi-Fi, from 50 to 150m2, fully furnished. Beautiful garden, large parking, monthly from 3.5 to 6 million. 2 location off west Marlboro & close to Carrefour. Call +62 81 2388 9173. [2051] Room for rent at Jln. Taman Sari no. 12 Marlboro. Comfort, fully furnish room. Kitchen, hot and cold shower, terrace, garden, parking with free elect and maid. 3.5 mill monthly or 275k daily. Call 081 2391 8997. [1872]


Magnificent 270 views, Java, Bali, Lombok. The best. New 3 bdrm, 5 bht/rm, executive residence. Huge entertainment areas. Pool, staff, accom. 3 car garage, large storage areas. Must be seen to be appreciated, very secure area. Minimum one year contract. Possible sale. Ketut 0819 1633 3069. [2003] New freehold villa for sale/rent at complex villa MumbulNusadua, 2storey, 3bedrooms, 3baths, swimmingpool, open livingroom, big kitchen, carport, 400sqm land, 256 sqm built , minutes from golf, shopping, airport, watersport, Nusadua resort. Sell US$299.000. Rent Rp 25 mill/month, 155mill/year. Phone 0812 3754 9938. [2085] For Sale: luxury home, 2 storey, 3 bedroom, 3 bath, swimming pool, 2 car garage, built w/ green technology, low cost monthly utilities, minutes from golf, shopping, beaches. 3.5 are 252 sqmr built freehold. No agents. Check <>. Id: 20970 or 081 756 7630. [1254] House for rent with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Landsize 210m2, building size 70m2. Min. 2 years, Rp. 25.000.000 per year nego. Call Ibu Dina 0812 3643 0567, 888 9357 (Flexi). [2109] Private villa for sale, fully furnished. Swimming pool, seaview, hillside, big living room, 3 floors, 4 bedrooms, entertainment room (pool-table), big roof terrace. Good price. 0813 5322 3065, pictures: <privatevillabali@gmail. com>. [2125]

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SEMINYAK Dear Tenant, we have some houses/ villas for rent. Seminyak / Kerobokan area. IDR 60-300 mill/year. Yearly payment. Please call or SMS 081 7047 1053 (Bahasa) or 0819 9912 9255 (English). Or send e-mail <venice_>. [1152]

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6 BR villa on 20 Are, big living & dining room, pool, monthly rental possibilities. US $ 36.000/yr SR034 New build Villa in South Sanur, 2 bedrooms, LARGE pool on 5 Are Rp. 185.000.000/yr SR022 Newly build : House with 2 large bedrooms on 3 are, unfurnished Rp. 110.000.000/yr SR1101 Many new exciting Rental & Sales offers in Sanur! VISIT US..!!!

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4 BR villa, located in Petitenget. Daily staff, Wi-Fi, quiet area. Close to eat street Oberoi, shopping, spa, big pool, furnished. For holiday renting. Daily, weekly, monthly. Please call 0819 1636 2285. [1781] Luxury + nice + new private villa in Plawa Seminyak. Fully furnished + service. IDR 4 mill/day. Call 081 7047 1053 (Bahasa), 0819 9912 9255 (English). E-mail <venice_>. No agent please! [1315] Prime land for lease starting from 700 sqm / 7 are, 30 years + 25 years extension, Jalan Drupadi II, in the heart of Seminyak, 6 meters private road access, 300 meters from the beach, close to all amenities. Price Rp. 12 mill/ are/year. Contact: Putu 081 2380 6209 / <bali-opportunity@>. [2019] Space for rent in seminyak 140 m2 on second floor in a very central building. Great exposure on great location. perfect for office, spa, even restaurant / cafe. Affordable price. Contact 0878 6082 4107. [2078] Land for lease 1500m2/15 are, very strategic location for villa Jalan Baik Baik Legian/Seminyak. Rp. 7 million/are/ year. Please contact direct land owner 0813 5336 1027. No agent please! [2082] Rent house 1 bed room, furnished, staff and long term 6 month possible and 2 bed room, furnished, staff 5 minutes walking to Seminyak Beach - in Jl. Dhayanapura Seminyak Call 0813 3818 0908. [2084]


** BEST BALI HOMES & VILLAS ** FOR SALE AND RENT We have a big selection of excellent homes and villas for sale

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JL. KUNTI NO. 6 SEMINYAK, KUTA, BALI TELP: 0361-733 963 081 7973 8341 NC/Re/U-15 Dec. 10

MEDEWI BEACHFRONT PARADISE 83.5 Freehold are of beautiful beachfront close to the famous MEDEWI surf break. It’s your chance to getaway from the hustle and bustle of the tourist and traffic nightmare. Its coconut trees & privacy, make the block perfect for that family weekender you’ve been dreaming about, or likewise, the affordable Bali beach house you have been saving for. With the new Sunset road announcement imminent…., it is also a very tidy investment. The 45m of prime beachfront guarantees this block won’t last at this price. Total Price Rp. 2,087,500,000 ( 25 mill / are )

Traditional villa for rent 2 bdrm, 1 bath, aircon, weekly, monthly, starting 6 February. Large garden, lap. pool, fully staffed w/ cook, wireless, cable TV, DVD, central quiet location, no pets. 081 238 13966, <meg@megashopbali. com>. [1963] Seminyak freehold villa for sale US$150.000, 170sqm, bedroom and large living area, lots of room to add extra rooms and pool, carport, private gate, 5 mins to BaliDeli, 10 mins to beach. 0856 9452 8159, 0812 1881 4989. [2092]

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SEMINYAK Fully furnished, newly renovated studio apartment 100 meters off Sunset Road, a stone’s throw from Bali Deli. Great Seminyak location, convenient for restaurants, bars, shops and beach. AC, hot water, car parking, security. Only Rp. 5 million per month. Contact Jack on 0819 1641 2326. [2134] Affordable - private - clean - modern - Seminyak - villas 1 bedroom with ensuite - AC - fully equipped kitchen - share salt water pool - 56 ch. TV - internet - central location shopping, restaurants, clubs - daily, weekly. Syarif 081 855 5433, <>. [1987] For contract: Retail shop, Jln. Oberoi near Kudeta. New and clean, ready to move in. Contact 081 2387 4490. [2135] Great location Petitenget. Close to the beach, shops and restaurants. 2 bedrooms, 3rd bedroom or office space. 2 bathrooms. Brand new kitchen. 3 aircon. Short or longterm. Call 0812 3745 4444. [2137] Nakula / Seminyak sweet apartment, quiet place, AC, pool, WI-Fi, TV cable, furnished, Rp. 4 million/month. Location front Hummer Head fitness. Call 0852 5386 9243 (Anton). [2138] Large room with en-suite available in 3 bedroom private villa. Oberoi area. Great view. Pool, kitchen, living shared. All facilities included. Female preferred. Monthly 4.5 mln. 0819 9991 1840. [2140] Villa for rent: short and long term. 3 AC bedroom, 3 bathroom, full equipped kitchen, livingroom, pool, tropical garden, Wi-Fi, TV cable, parking, maid. For more information contact: 0878 6001 7267, 0821 1264 8172, <balivilla.marco@gmail. com>. <>. [2039]

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Spaces (offices/shop) for rent, 10m x 5m & 10m x 5m, located in a very strategic area in Jl. Kunti 117x Seminyak. Facilities: electricity, water, telp. line. Min. 2 years contract start from IDR 110 mill/year. More info please call Komang or Sani 0361-735 820. [2101]


Short-Term rental, 5 minutes walk to beach, contemporary villa, open space, 2 AC bedrooms w/safes, 1 oversized bathroom, flat screen TV, DVD, sound system, wireless, fully equipped kitchen, pool, maid, carpark. Contact <>. [1607]

Family looking for 3/4 bedroom furnished villa in the Canngu area from July 2010 - January 2011, must have pool and secure. Email <>. [001]

Land for rent 7 are located at Jalan Telaga Waja road Petitenget near Sentosa Villa and Livingroom Restaurant. Enquiry please call 081 2380 8745 or 081 5571 6686. [2105]

Seeking small furnished house as high up in the mountains as possible. Western kitchen, western bathroom and good views are essential. Wanting to pay rent on a yearly basis, as length of stay undetermined. SMS 081 657 9711. [002]

Villa for rent Seminyak 2, 3, 4 bedrooms, modern, living and dining area, Western kitchen, cable TV, pool, internet connection, tropical garden US$ 180 - US$ 400 per night. Available for short and long term rentals. Please call 081 7978 0553. No agent. [1932] House for rent 2 bedrooms with AC & bathrooms, hot & cold water, phone, furnished, no pool, convient location, quiet, safe, parking, garden. 65 million yearly, negotiable. Call 081 7471 3506, 081 2391 7713 or <spa.inspirations@>. [2118] Cheap quality accommodation in Jalan Laksmana at central location, US$75/night or US$2,000/month, 2&3 bdrm, private villa, swimming pool, aircon, plasma TVs, Indovision, internet, daily housekeeping, security. Call 081 835 5045 or <>. [1219] Land for lease in prime: main road of Sunset Road. 4050 sqm, 27 years left. Call 0361 749 0509 (Bahasa/English). Email: <>. No agent! [2123] Fully foreign owned Property Company (PMA) for sale set up in 2007. No longer possible to set up 100% foreign owned, Property companys. Looking for offers. Serious enquiries call 0813 3849 4693. [2126] Beautiful villas in Seminyak/Oberoi. Private 2 and 3 bedroom villas. New modern villas with pool, flatscreen TV, DVD, internet. Fully staffed. Daily, weekly, monthly. Ibu Ika 0361 857 1658. [2128]

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Looking to rent house with garden min. 2 bedroom for 1 year, Nusa Dua / Bukit. 0813 5331 2237. [003] Rent apartment or house, Sanur area, minimum 2-bedrooms, long term starting July; 60-90 juta/year depending on location and amenities. Call (0361) 467 405, SMS 0812 3617 9315, email <sanurrental@yahoo. com>. [004] Looking for a house to rent. 2 years. Canggu - Seminyak area. 3 - 4 bedrooms, 400 m2 built. 8 - 10 are land. Send proposal to <>. 0818 0550 2429. [005] Looking to Rent Office Space. Dicari Sewa Kantor. Looking in the Sunset Road, Jl. Dewi Sri, Jl. Sunset Garden, etc areas. 200-300 square meters. Need special location: one or two ground floor offices and larger space on second and / or third floors. Or. One larger building one floor. 200-300 square meters. Either must have ample parking areas for staff and customers. For more information please call 755 392 and ask to speak with Pak Made. [006]


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Ruko for rent, 2 floors, 2 bedrooms, 4 toilets, AC, hot water, kitchen set. Contact 081 2394 8595. [1150]

Dreamland, New Kuta beach resort, Uluwatu, excellent Bali style brand new 3 stories house, good fully furnished, ocean views, 5 bedroom x 5 bathroom, pool, house keeper, Aud $ 135 p/n, Aud $ 900 p/w, Aud $2200 p/m, 6 month more negotiable. <>. Email: <>. Contact:+628 1681 5654, +614 0739 0116. [1687]

Villa sale 4 bedroom, 400m from Ketewel beach, Ocean & Rice Fields View. 24hours security. 100m to supermarket & bypass IB.Mantra. Call:0813 3850 0970. [2144]


Renting 1 year 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, pool, garden, 10 are land Umalas - Hp: 0858 5702 6691 NC/Re/I-9 Feb.11

Hotels for sale, lease, joint operation in Bali. World class beachfront daily rental, private hotel in Seminyak. Call 0821 4537 4197 (Bahasa). E-mail <>. No agent! [2122]

Land for sale. 20 are. Nice, quiet location just off road to Ayana Resort. No view. Rp. 165 mpa. E-mail <>. [2088] House for sale at Kori Nuansa Jimbaran, 4th floor with 4 big bedroom + AC, big bathroom, maidroom, full marble, full furniture. From 3rd floor, full view. Contact 0818 0555 9398, e-mail <>, owner. [2117]

For rent: new luxury wooden villa, harbour, oceans view. 2 BDRM, kitchen set, big balcony & spa on the roof. A/C, hot/ cold, TV/DVD, internet. Old jati log furnitures, water sport activities near by. Daily, weekly, monthly rent. Call 0813 3815 0463. [2136]

Room for rent at Jimbaran, Jln. Bukit Hijau no. 6. Comfort, fully furnish room. Kitchen, bath, garden, parking with free elect and maid. 2,5 mill monthly or 200k daily. Call 081 2395 8971. [1871] C/Re/I-06 Oct 10

LUXURY SULAWESI HOUSE in Umalas for yearly rental

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ONLY Rp. 2 million / month

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Big garden, entertainment area, 5 bedroom with 5 bathroom, 1 bedroom wooden house in the garden, lounging gazebo, 4 sunbeds on wooden decking, swimming pool, far infrared sauna, pool table, Wi-Fi internet, Indovision, maids room, covered car garage. Land size 1400 sqm, built up 950 sqm, beautifully furnished, quiet area and close to shops and restaurants, 10 minutes to Seminyak, 5 minutes to Canggu club, 30 minutes to the airport. Please contact 0361 735590 or 081 2387 4455 for more information. NC/REI/M-6 Feb 11

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TABANAN Villa for sale / rent. Quiet area in Tabanan. Call 081 2394 8595. [2057] Balian Beach Residence plus guest villa. Ocean views 4are freehold landscaped. Our home is peaceful, spacious open plan, plunge pool. Private, short walk to surf & restaurants. Functional attractive design AU$195,000 negotiable 0858 5704 4566. [2077]

NC/RE/M-9 Feb .11 ● Sanur - Jl. Kesari. Complete furnished French owned 2bedr villa US$ 240,000. ● Gianyar-Penatih Close to Sanur and Ubud furnished 3 bdr house on 400m2. Bargain US$ 115,000. ● Tejakula-Tembok. North East Bali between Singaraja & Amlapura 56,5 are beachfront land Rp.40 million/are. ● Tabanan-Biyahan. Mountain retreat 800m high with gorgeous 3 bdr hse, 1 bdr cottage, natural s.pool, cacao, coffee & bamboo plantations offering spectacular views on 1Ha land bargain US$ 350,000. ● Sanur. New apartment complex with 8 fully furnished apartments, US$ 900,000. 2 ● Nusa Dua. 2000m land with 2 country houses total 6 bdrs; big garden w/fruit/ herbs, US$ 360,000.

● Nusa Dua/Tanjung Benoa. New ruko/ unit 110m2-2 floors near hotels/tourist attarctions! Sale US$ 140,000, rent Rp. 125 million/year, longer nego! ● Sanur. For rent 3bdr villa per day/week/mth! ● Gianyar-Bona Village near Sanur, Ubud, Safari & Marine Park, Saba & Keramas beach, hotel/bungalow complex, 14 rooms, all licenses, restaurant, recreation area w/billiard & fitness room, spa & Finland sauna. Euro 650,000. ● Anjer W.Java-Pantai Carita. 45 are land near the beach for sale Rp. 800.000.000. ● Nusa Dua/Taman Giri. 2 plots land for sale each 29.4 & 26are, Rp.95 mill/are freehold. ● Lombok. Near Mt. Rinjani National Park, complete furnished 4bdr villa on 4250m2 with rainforest view, fit for rental/meditation retreat US$ 495,000.

We are a registered company which is Info 0361 724 262 I 081 835 8707 also specialized in Visa & Business Consultancy Visit our website for more exciting properties! NC/Re/P-09 Feb.11

1 brm apartment with living, dining, kitchen. Well going operation 70-90% occupancy!! Total land size 10 ARE 6 units, Pool, Lounge, Office. 1 whole lot offer Walking distance to The Beach. Complete Licenses Don’t miss it.


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77are land for sale at the best location in west coast, Klecung Beach, Bali 1800 ocean and mountain view, surrounded by rice field. Many private villas around it. Call direct owner 081 2391 8460. [2083] Land for sale in Yehgangga, 5 min from the beach, size 8 are, price only Rp. 60 million per are. Please see pictures at <> or e-mail : owner at <>. [2089]



Guest Room Downtown Seminyak Villa Boutique

Beautiful and unique wood carved antique Sumatra house and a very special Lombok house for sale (knock-down; 2 floors each). Take a look! 081 2110 2688; 081 2399 3409. [2100] For sale some of the most beautiful land in Bali! Large and small plots available in the best priced and fastest growing area in Bali. Beachfront, ocean, ricefield, mountain, river & waterfal views. All land is freehold and already prepared for building. Price starting Rp. 15 million/are. Also great for investment direct from owner. E: <>. Call: +62 (0) 81 855 5010. W: <www.floryn>. [1382]

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

We drive you return from Airport to our residence.

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

Email: | Website:

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SANUR 2br, 2bath, 2floors, covered carpark, no pool, exclusive neighborhood very near Mercure Hotel, 5 min (realtime) walk to beach, avail May 2. Visit <> for all details or contact 081 2394 4399. No agents please! [2044]

BERAWA, BRAND NEW 3 Bedrooms ensuite+mezzanine villa, 1km from Canggu Club. Freehold. German builder. Large garden with bale and inf. edge swimming pool. US$ 425,000. 081337874460. (Govorim po russki)

For Sale; Central Sanur. 2 villas just completed international building standards. 3 BR / ensuites. Landscaping with outside patio and pool. Leasehold 28yr+. Also rent holiday villa: 2 1/2 BR private pool. 5 min walk to beach. Anom 0361 307 2247, 0812 3647 4444, <>. [2065] NC/Re/P-09 Feb. 11

New villa for yearly rent in Sanur. 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, kitchen, open lounge, pool, garage, semi furniture, refrigerator, AC, TV, hotwater, extra 2 rooms for worker & 1 storage. Direct owner call 081 2398 8864 (Wayan). [2081] Residential houses, villas and lands in Sanur area for short and long term or sale. For any request and appointment please call Murniati Agustina 081 2396 6744 or e-mail to <>. [1893] 355-1000 sqm freehold land plots in central Sanur at IDR 42.500/sqm. Clean cert. Great access. Info call Wayan: 0819 1645 0672. [2102] New luxury minimalist 3 storeys house for sale, 9 m nice swimming pool , 4 bedrooms w/ ensuites & interior design, library & large spacious lounge , 2living room & beautiful kitchen. A lovely scure house in Hayam Wuruk residence, near Bali Bakery. Serious buyer call 0812 3828 513. [2104] Restaurant opportunity - 85m2. 9yr. contract. Busy street (Jl. Danau Buyan) 250m from McDonalds. Off-street parking. Large kitchen, full ceramic & stainless. BBQ area. Includes tables / plates / equipment. Rp.55 million/yr. (nego). Contact 0812 3638 242. [2119] Sanur North, B&B luxury, boutique, absolute beachfront accommodation. Surf, fishing, Safari park, onsite. 20 minutes from Sanur and Ubud. USD175++ per night/ twinshare including all meals, laundry, transfers. Contact. <>. [2141] Rent 2 bedrooms villa in quite and safety area in beach side. Set on 420m2 land with pool, garden and car parking. Walking distance to the beach. Call: 0813 3721 0646. [2142] House for rent, Sanur 5min to the beach, 2 room, 1 open bathroom, large open living area, kitchen bar, small garden, parking place, on main street, quiet area, 3500 watt, hotwater. Call 0818 0553 6076. [2145] C/Re/G-8 Sept. 10


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BUKIT For sale 2.9 Ha. Hilltop. View Tundun Penyu street Balangan Bali. Rp. 175 jt/are (nego). Freehold land. Strategic location for your villa, business or other property investment. Contact 0819 3620 2170 / 0361 275 2587. [1148] Land for sale on the main road next to STP Nusa Dua ready to build for villa as licence completed. Call 081 2394 8595. [1149] C/RE/M-17 Nov 10


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Canggu Luxury Villa 80 m to beach house “echo beach” 10 are, fully furnished, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, pool, kitchen, living room, car port, US $450,000.00

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

Cliff front land for sale. Location: Kutuh, Bukit - 1.88 hectares with 117m of cliff - freehold & clean doc’s. Inquiry: 081 2385 2318. [1937] Freehold land for sale near Banyan Tree - Bukit Ungasan. Good location and stunning views. Call 081 2380 2626 (direct owner). Please speak in Bahasa. [1547] Address I Address II Address III

: Jl. Werkudara Gang Bintang No. 4 Legian : Jl. Raya Legian Gang Arjuna No. 473, Legian Kaja - Kuta. Ph: (0361) 754 533 : Jl. Raya Seminyak, Gang Goa No. 2 Seminyal. P: (0361) 847 5747 C/VR/I-16 June 10

KEDUNGGU BEACH 56 freehold ara of unobstructed ocean and sunset views, situated on raised land, 800m from the famous Kedunggu surf break and 5 mins from Tanah Lot Temple. This block is 54m wide and 105m long, making it perfect for many applications. Would suit a multi villa family compound or it already has plans and 3D’s for a 13 villa resort (supplied on request). The land is already Perumahan aspect and is ready to build. 3 phase power and sealed road access makes this block an attractive proposition. IDR 85,000,000 per Ara, nego ( total price IDR 4,760,000,000 ) (Plans and 3D’s for 13 villa resort, IDR 300,000,000)

Contact: 087 861 803 567 C/Re/I-26 Jan 11

Opportunity great villa, lush garden, near Dreamland, pool, 210/730m2, cool hillside, quiet, stunning, sea-naturemountain- view, 3bed/ensuite, big living, modern kitchen all equipped, good price, now till 15 March <gomerabali@>. [2120]

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House for rent: 6 mths/1 yr. Bali Cliff area, Ungasan. Fully furnished, 2 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen and garage. Rp. 8 mio/mth, negotiable. Contact (0361) 745 8845 / 0815 5830 4111. [2132] Detached contemporary Balinese villa. Freehold. Situated on 4 are, w/ additional 4 are land. Spectacular views over Jimbaran & ocean. Convenient location to Bali’s world class beaches, Jimbaran, Dreamland / New Kuta Golf. The villa comprises 2 bedroom, 2 en-suite w/ Balinese outdoor shower. Open plan living/dining area. Infinity style pool. Fully equipped kitchen. Bale. Staff room, and garage. Tastefully decorated. Includes all furniture. Offers at US$450,000. Contact owner at <> for further info & photo’s. Phone enquiries Ibu Ketut at 819-1656 5500. [2086] C/Re/-26 Jan 11

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09 February - 23 February, 2011

Exotic countryside location

NEW FREEHOLD VILLAS AND VACANT LAND BERAWA A unique opportunity to acquire 2 x two-level, 3 bedroom villas in Berawa PLUS 2.5 Are vacant land, a short walk to the Canggu Club and only minutes to the beach and Seminyak. Furnished by Savana and kitchen by Electrolux these villas are ready to live in or rent on holiday or long term basis. Priced at only Rp 9,000,000,000 nego for two villas and vacant land for a quick sale. Enquiries by email only to:

2 bedroom/bathroom villa for rent Rp. 40 million per year Google maps: Buduk, Mengwi, Badung, Bali ❖ Use of car negotiable ❖ Access to 50 metre pool ❖ Beautiful garden ❖ Wonderful views English: John 081337730355, Indo: Ketut 08123906481 E-mail:

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UBUD Land for sale 9,5 are, Kedisan Tegalalang. 10 min from Ubud. Ricefield, mountain and river view. Road 6 meter. Contact owner 0852 3714 4456, (0361) 741 2333. [1869]

Land for sale 2.35 hectare, location Tegalalang Ubud, great view, water spring, road access 4.5m. Phone: 0852 3714 4456 Made Hayer. [1553] Ubud for rent villas 50m2, jungle view, 1 room, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1 private terrace, swimming pool, AC, TV, staff, parking. Price 650$ per month, minimum 1 month. Call Paul 0812 3955 4361. <>. [1756]

House for rent. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, AC, 2 storey, 24 hours security, strategic location. Please call (0361) 749 1359. [1855] House for sale, 2 bedroom 2 bathroom Western style, A/C, hot water, carport. Just completely renovated and painted. Land 2.6 are, garden, lights. Phone: 0361 851 3177, 081 2469 4277, 0878 6156 4477. [1825] For rent! New house 160m2/75m2 (minimalist + Western style). 1 master bedroom + bathroom, 1 guest room + bathroom, AC, hotwater, bar, kitchen, garage, front+back garden. Kebo Iwa utara area. <> / 821 3080 for pics + price. [2097]


New Homes. Exceptional 6 home community 5km north of Ubud. Secluded tranquil setting. Classic hand-crafted cottage style. Simple, elegant & green built. 2bd/2bth under $300k. <> / (0361) 9000 566. [1139] Villa for sale Country Estate near Ubud. Ideal for private home, villa or retreat center, rice field & river view. Lap pool steam room & spa. Call 0812 394 8595 for inspection. [1143]


House for sale, 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, kitchen, livingroom. Please call 081 7477 0065. [1569]

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Rare offering in main road Jalan Pantai Berawa. Freehold land for sale, 4110 sqm, Rp. 3 mill/sqm. Negotiable price. Please call now: 081 7047 1053 (Bahasa), 0857 9207 5093 (English). No agent please! [1995] !!Seriously no agent!! Land for sale by owner Jl. Padang Linjong about 1 km from Eco beach Canggu 13 are for Rp. 250 million per are, negotiable. Location very quiet about 50 meter from main street, land border with river. Ready to build. Contact 081 856 8364 Hanafi. [1632]


FOR SALE 2 BED ROOMS, 3 BATH, LIVING, KITCHEN, POOL, BALE BENGONG Call : 081 139 7345 ; 081 238 07007 E : C/Re/G-1 Dec. 10

Nyuh kuning overcontract land 4 are/2mil/are/yrleft 9 yrs (can add yrs) telp 0821 4571 3146. [2116]

Villa for rent by Canggu Brawa Beach 3BR/3BA, kitchen, livingroom, pool, 100USD daily, 2800USD monthly and in Batubelig 2BR/3BA, kitchen, livingroom, pool, 125USD daily, 3000USD monthly. Contact <info@BaliGreenlinevilla. com>, 0815 5851 7696, <>. [2076] Villa for rent. Land 2.55 are / building 125 m / villa, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom, antique French look, fully furnished. swimming pool. 2 min from Berawa Beach, 5 min to Canggu Club. 150 mill/year. Call 081 895 7082 (direct owner). [2093]

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

Land for sale 48are Brawa ricefield view, very nice for villa, good location, good investment, 200m from Canggu-Club, nice environment, good for villa development. Don’t miss out guys. Call 0818 0534 5009. [2096]

Rice fields view land for sale 3km from center Ubud. Can coupling ±3Are - ±5Are for Rp.100,000,000/are Rp.125,000,000/are. Call : 0812 388 3451. [2143]

Villa for rent short or long term, 2 bedroom with pool, fully furnished. Ring Eng Davo 0819 1630 5997, Indo Ari 0819 3838 3207. Canggu area. Very quiet, ricefields view, new villa, suit expat. [2099] Villa for rent close Canggu Club, perfect for family. 4 AC bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, spacious living dining area with kitchen, maids quarters, carpark. Cable-TV, Wi-Fi. Fully furnished. Swimming pool, huge landscaped garden, ricefields view. Contact : 0821 4550 6996. [2108]

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Seminyak. Jl Dhyana Pura. 10 are, 250 m from beach. square shape, 4.5m access. rp750 mill/are. Freehold. Batu Belig 38.55 are. 2 street access. Perfect resort or villa development site. 100m from beach. Rp650mill/are. Freehold Batu Belig. 13.8 are. good shape, good access. Rp500 mill/are. Freehold. Petitenget. Near Living Room. Jl Telaga Waja. 7 are. Walk to beach, clubs. 20m street frontage. 10.5 mill/are/ yr. Leasehold. Petitenget. 10.5 are. Rice field view. Perfect villa site. Good access. Rp 550 mill/are. Oberoi. Jl Sari Dewi. Close to Kudeta. 15.75 are. 2 street access. Rp 775 mill/are Oberoi. Jl Sari Dewi. 29 are. Good shaped site. Can take 10 or 9 are plot. Rp750mill per are. Umalas 2. 3.6 are leasehold. Perfect shape for villa. Rp 5.5 mill/are/year.

Villas, etc.

Jl Oberoi. Live music bar/restaurant. Highly successful business. 13 year lease. 200m2 floor area. Fully equipped. Rp 5.5M Umalas 1. The most elegant villa in Umalas. 8 are. Beautiful views. F.furn. All mod cons. Rp6 Billion. Umalas. Jl Kuwum. Very special 3 bdrm/3 bthrm villa, beautifully furnished. Chef’s kitchen. Big pool. USD 395k. Reduced to sell. Berawa. Brand new 2 bed villa. Pool. Garage. Nice use of space. USD185K Umalas. 3 br/3 bath villa with big pool. Games room. Western kit. Garage. USD165.000. 20 year lease. PLUS MANY LONG AND SHORT TERM RENTALS

Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 72 ,Tel/Fax: (0361) 735469 Website: | email: C/Re/G-9 Feb. 11

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Beautiful clean bright 3 bed, 3 bath, fully furnished, new, built to Western standards, near beach, pool, modern kitchen, large living area can be closed off, close to Canggu Club. $2,500 Australian month. Available 1st week of April. Call or SMS 0858 5701 7662 or <jadeblevens@gmail. com> for photos. [2110] Cheap guest house for rent. Rp. 3 juta/month or 10 rooms Rp. 10 juta/month. Hotel amenities, ricefield and ocean view, secure. Business opportunity. Jl. Pantai Berawa, near Canggu Club, Petitenget and Echo Beach. Call 0361 214 0390 / 0361 926 0592. [1142] Freehold 15 ara land available for sale in Berawa area (Canggu) in Gang Mango, 3 minutes drive to Pantai Belig, Pantai Berawa, Canggu Deli and Canggu Club. Great location!! 0856 383 5692 / <> [2112] Cheap house for rent in Pegending. From March 1st to June 15th. 10mn from Echo Beach and Kerobokan. 2 floor, view rice fields, fully furnished. 3 BD, 1 AC. 3,5 juta/month. Contact 081 5804 4964. [2121] House for rent from April until January 6th, 2012, 2bdr, 3bed, 2AC, fully equipped, Wi-Fi , large garden, bale, rice field view, 2mn from Canggu Club, nice, clean and secure, must see, Rp. 48 million for 9 months. Call 0819 3430 4675. <>. [2124] Land: 8 plots from 2-35 are, Rp. 120-200 million local house 1.5 are Rp. 350mill Berawa, bargain: Owner bankrupt, 17 are with 5 villas, Rp. 18 Billion! Villa new 2 bedroom pool $USD230,000. Contact 0812 3704 5918. [2127] 3BD, pool, open living, kitchen, daily, weekly & monthly. Linda 0812 3370 943 / <>. Villa for sale or leasehold with 3 BD, furnished, pool, gazebo, 3 bed with ensuite bath, furnished, closed living, kitchen, big garage, pool at Umalas. Info call: 0817 9108 255 or e-mail <>. [2069]

A change at the top of our game

SNUD537 Nusa Dua

SSEM401 Seminyak

A retail/spa unit located in a prime position adjacent to the Bali Collection shopping complex in Nusa Dua. A total of 2000sqm floor space and lots of parking to facilitate incoming customers. Available for 10 years at US$ 80,000 per year.

This boutique development consists of 5 luxury villas on Hak Milik certificate just 100 meters away from the main access road and approximately 1Km from the Canggu Club and less than Km from Berawa beach. Built to western standards, these villas each have a 15sqm mezzanine. All the bedrooms include en-suite bathrooms. Guest WC, laundry, staff room, 24 hours security and shared parking is also included.

Title : Leasehold + 62 81 7475 1623 Price : USD 80,000 per year

Located in fashionable Seminyak, this 2 bedroom 114sqm unit is located on the 2nd floor of this established complex with pool views. The living room has an office corner & each bedroom has separate bathroom & built in wardrobe. Fully furnished including plasma TV, 3 AC & kitchen equipment. On-site management, broadband internet, satellite TV & gymnasium is also available. Contact : Annie Title : Leasehold + 62 81 339 455 009 Price : USD 105,000

SLBK601 Lombok

SJBN010 Jimbaran

SSEM024 Umalas

Contact : Ray White Seminyak




This is a cleverly designed complex of 5 luxuriously designed properties, each of approximately 685sqm in size, with private entrance, private swimming pool & garden. Located on idyllic Lombok, this development offers a unique purchasing opportunity for the discerning investor, situated high on the hillside with panoramic views of the ocean & surrounding hills. Contact : Annie

Title : Hak Milik Price : USD 330,000

SCGU504 Canggu

SBUK006 Bukit



Nestled in the center of Canggu is this new luxury 3 bedroom villa situated on 6 Are of land. This contemporary villa gives fabulous potential for both rental & home living. Exceptionally close to the famous Canggu Club, CCS International School, the Canggu Tennis & Squash Club & overlooking the rice fields, this location is unparalleled in Bali. Title : Leasehold Price : USD 375,000

Contact : Ray White Seminyak + 62 (361) 737 357





Built in traditional style, this luxurious 3 bedroom villa is part of a secure and exclusive villa estate only 2 minutes away from beautiful Jimbaran beach and its famous seafood restaurants. The villa offers privacy with a combination of outdoor living around a 50 sqm swimming pool and air-conditioned comfort in all bedrooms.

+ 62 81 339 455 009 Title : HGB Price from : IDR 2,799,000,000



Contact : Siska + 62 81 55 749 228



Situated in the peaceful southern area of Bali, this property sits on 6500 sqm of tropical sloping land, with panoramic ocean views and benefitting from constant fresh breezes from the sea making this the perfect spot for relaxing by the swimming pool.

Title : Hak Milik Price : USD 460,000

Contact : Ray White Nusa Dua + 62 (361) 773 540

SCGU698 Canggu




Contact : Ray White Seminyak

Title : Hak Milik Price : USD 279,000

+ 62 81 7475 1623




This property with private swimming pool, indoor & outdoor living spaces & a brand new kitchen comes fully furnished with 2 en-suite bedrooms, all surrounded by rice fields. The indoor living and dining area can be opened out towards the pool. The rear of the property holds the western style bathtub, jacuzzi, Bale Bengong & bar area. Title : Hak Milik Price : USD 375,000

SSNR454 Sanur

Contact : Annie + 62 81 339 455 009



This is a great beachfront villa that will offer you excellent rental returns! 400 sqm of living area on 1700 sqm of land with beach frontage of 56 m. A large welcoming garden makes this the perfect setting for entertaining. The gazabo has a living & dining area where you can enjoy sea views overlooking the expansive 16 x 4 m swimming pool making this the perfect place to relax. Contact : Ray White Seminyak Title : Hak Milik + 62 81 7475 1623 Price : USD 1,900,000



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Stunning 3 bedroom 3.5 bath on 8 Are only 5 minutes walk to the beach. Modern 2 story construction with a big swimming pool is the perfect retreat after a day at the beach. Great rice field view from the master bedroom with a large terrace to enjoy sunsets. Modern western kitchen and custom 20 person Bale with an expensive wooden deck around the pool. Fully furnished and ready for your inspection. Price: USD 495,000 REF RV-779

Built in 2003 and fully renovated in 2008 this wonderfully light, bright and essentially fresh four bedroom (two masters and all with en suites) luxury Bali villa really was built with the tropical lifestyle in mind. Set on two floors, the villa’s two indoor outdoor living areas – one downstairs and one on the large covered upstairs verandah - and the expansive garden with lush green lawn and a freeform swimming pool offers residents many private, relaxing, and/or entertaining options. Price: USD 395,000 REF RV-541

Batu Belig


BEAUTIFUL BATU BELIG The location where everybody would love to be is where you will find this stunning 3 bedroom leasehold villa. Situated 5 minutes from Seminyak, 5 minutes from The Canggu Club, and 5 minutes to the beach makes this the perfect location. Situated right on the river that runs to Berawa beach and offering the most beautiful forest views from the second level, it simply is a chance for a fantastic holiday retreat. Price: USD 375,000 REF RV-882

BALIAN BEACH VILLA Freehold villa in Tabanan, only 50 meters from the ocean, a quiet beautiful area on the west coast of the Island of Bali with clean beaches, high palm-trees and terrific mountain views. Two magnificent bedrooms on the second floor, a terrace with a cocktail bar on the third floor. A build of 250 m2 complete with garage, laundry and staff quarters. Kitchen, bar and rest room on the first floor. The beautiful garden includes a 3 x 7 m swimming-pool and gazebo. Price: Rp.2,800,000,000 REF RV-803



PETITENGET FREEHOLD OPPORTUNITY Located in the most sought after location this cozy villa is the perfect opportunity at the right price. Built on 2 levels, has 3 bedrooms, 2 and a half bathrooms, open western kitchen/living area, this can be the perfect second home in Bali. The villa has also a small pool, helper quarters as well as parking for one car and bike. A short walk to the beach, international restaurants and chic fashion shopping, an exciting find at an excellent price. Price: USD 295,000 REF RV-797

JEWEL ON THE BUKIT This one bedroom villa is part of a 5 villa boutique hotel which is running very well. The villa has stunning views over Jimbaran bay and the West coast. The villa has a well fitted kitchen and a semi open living area. In the tropical garden is a beautiful private swimming pool and there is a 50 meter lap pool shared between the 5 villas. Staying at the villa you receive quality hotel services and at the same time there will be a very good return from the rentals. All together makes this villa a very good investment you don’t want to miss. Price: USD 275,000 REF RV-715

YOUR ONE STOP PROPERTY SHOP PRESENTING PROPERTIES FROM US$ 100,000 - US$ 6,000,000 Head Office : Jl Sunset Road 10x, Kerobokan, Bali Ph: +62 361 847 5955 | Fax: +62 361 8475682 | | Branch Office : Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai No. 826, Pemogan, Denpasar - Bali C/Re/I-09 Feb 11

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