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For Sale; Beautiful vintage upright piano Schmidt Flohr Ebony, 1914, winning the GrandPrix world exhibition 1929 in Barcelona, very good condition. Only Rp. 23 million (negotiable). Call/ SMS: Irvan 0813 3870 8811, pic by e-mail or look at Dalung Permai Blok XX no. 48A. [116]


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For Sale; Archos Pad 7â&#x20AC;? home tablet Touch Screen, (check Google for Archos 7HT) internal 8GB, W-Fi, Multimedia, Android OS, microSD slot external memory, USB port for Flashdisk, Mouse, Keyboard external, Rp. 1,99 million. Please contact 0361-786 9350, no SMS please, Denpasar. [032] C/Ns/G-4 May 11

Where can I buy Canasta game card, French style? Please SMS 0813 3789 8879 Klaus. [033] For Sale; African drum djembe, exercise machine glider, Play Station 2 with 8MB memory card. Drum 1.250.000, glider 1jt, Play Station 750.000. All as new. Hp. 0813 3854 9492. [034]

For Sale; Professional coffee machine. Single-group semi auto, LaScalla Eroica brand, 2 years old. Excellent condition. New 23.5 jt. Quick sale 16jt. Cash register Sanyo new 4Jt. Sell 2 jt. Telp. 0819 3603 6466. Ubud. [029] For Sale; Canon 28-135mm f3.5-5.6, image stabilizer macro lens in excellent condition 3 juta. Contact <maddogyap@hotmail. com>, 0813 3903 7469. Nusa Dua. [030]


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For Sale; Carl Zeiss 85 mm / 1,4 - original made in “West Germany” - Mount Pentax & adaptator Canon EOS. Good condition, 6 jutas. 0821 4531 6370. Sanur. [060]

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UK Pension Transfers “Giving you a better option” Don’t assume your U.K pension is safe……. With U.K company pensions now in the red to the tune of over GBP 240 billion Sterling, the biggest shortfall ever and with bigger problems looming its time to ask yourself do you have a better option with your UK pension? There is good news….. And if you meet the criteria for transferring your private pensions out of the U.K the gains are enormous. Known as a QROPS (Qualified Recognized Overseas Pension Scheme) and fully approved by HMRC (Her Majesty Revenue & Customs)…. you now have a better option. • No annuity needed ever and access to an upfront lump sum. • Tax free draw down. • All of your money goes to your family not back to the UK Government • Far greater Investor freedom. • Ability to collate all your pensions into the one plan…. Makes it Easy to manage • No Inheritance tax to worry about • Download your free QROPS guide from the website If YOU hesitate and the rules revert back, you may lose the option to take advantage. Let us make it easy for you and help connect you with the right people. Connecting you with QROPS advisors world wide. C/Ns/G-23 Feb. 11

For Sale; Decoder indovision 80.000rp, speakers Sharp wood 45 cm very good sound 150.000rp, mini fridge new 600.000rp, helmet Yamaha new 65.000rp, complete bag snorkling new 41/42 or us 7 1/2 uk 7 350.000rp, palm 36 37 100.000rp, mask 50.000rp, toba 50.000 rp, camera for snorkling 50.000rp, simple fun 55.000rp. all possible nego. French Spanish Indo English tel Lia 0878 9992 6509. [061] Does anyone know where there are classes to learn about the newest software upgrades for computers? Or the best websites to learn and buy software upgrades? Any help would be welcomemaybe set up a group to weekly exchange new ideas and help each other?Thanks. Email me at <fyibtw@yahoo. com>. [062] For Sale; 30 good quality DVDs for 105,000rp. 0813 3739 9791. [063] For Sale; New ipod nano 16GB silver still in box IDR 1.900.000 fix. Contact 0813 3730 7172. Canggu. [064] For Sale; 3 pcs empty LPG 15KG gas tank, each IDR 350.000. Contact 0813 3730 7172. Canggu. [065]

For Sale; Original Swiss army men watch. Buy Rp. 1.4million, sale only Rp .900.000. All black color. New still in box + 1year warranty. Need money fast. contact 081 735 4430. Picture available. Kuta. [068] Book Sale; Leaving Bali and selling all books. Mostly fiction, all in English. Also, selection of young reader age 6-12. Good opportunity to stock up on reading material. E-mail for list and prices. <meekatrading@>. Sanur. [069] Wanted; any used magazines for art/craft and inspiration. If you have any old magazines that you no longer want I will gladly pick them up. Contact Elii 0819 9903 9905. Seminyak. [070] For Sale; Various lamps, wooden, ceramic, material, leftover stock from export. Will sell for less than cost, photos available. SMS 0812 391 3061. [071] For Sale; Large bamboo & wood bird cage, natural brown colour, never used. 1 meter tear drop shape, Rp. 150,000. Photo available. SMS 081 2391 3061. [072]

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For Sale; 42 inch LCD television. HD ready. Bought 2009. Sell 7,000,000. Please call Gus 0813 3751 8919. Sanur. [073] For Sale; Set golfsticks brand John Letters with bag. Price 1,5 juta. Contact 0819 3300 1547. Sanur. [074] For Sale; Different Padi diving books price 100.000rp. 0819 3300 1547. Sanur. [075] For Sale; Diving wheel 1juta. Contact 0819 3300 1547. Sanur. [076]

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THE HEART OF BALI Tirian Fosters Social Responsibility By Michele Cempaka How did two teachers from Australia end up leaving their former careers and lives behind to develop a positive vision for i n t e r n a t i o n a l organizations? Andrew and Gaia Grant, the co-owners of Tirian, a successful company that offers professional development and management training, shed light on how Tirian came into being. “We’d taken a year’s leave from our jobs working in education in the community sector. After a year of living in Bali, we wanted to be able to remain in Indonesia and use it as a base for our work, so we looked at ways that we could use our skills in the region, and we ended up connecting with corporate groups who were coming into Bali for conference programs, so we were able to start doing workshops, keynote talks, etc. for those companies. That immediately connected us with international and multinational countries worldwide; after that, we were invited to go back to their headquarters and deliver training programs or consult to them,” says Gaia Grant. Andrew and Gaia freely admit that they have a great connection with the Indonesian culture, and that it has been their inspiration and a foundation for the work that they do. They had little difficulty breaking into the Indonesian market, because most of their clients are multi-nationals that are Asia-wide. While these companies aren’t necessarily Indonesian, some are international companies which are based in Indonesia. “We don’t often work with just purely Indonesian companies, but I think we’ve got a cultural awareness of the issues in Indonesia and the issues of western corporate management to be able to help an expatriate from overseas manage a company in Indonesia or in Asia,” says Andrew Grant. Tirian programs differ greatly from other management training and professional development programs, because both Andrew and Gaia have a background in education which enables them to engage their participants with innovative techniques such as doing business theatre or constructing a building to get the participants to experience learning, rather than just intellectualizing about ideas. “You have to bring your ideas to life in a way that the average cynical person in the room sits there and says, ‘yes that applies to me; yes I can change my behavior as a result of this course or I can learn to develop a better attitude,” says Andrew. “What we’re trying to do is make it interactive and facilitated based, so we’re leading people through a discussion where they can discover their own answers, rather than the expert up front telling them this is the way they have to do it, take it or leave it. Through that discovery process, they’re much more likely to remember it or do something about it.” “We also have an integrated approach,” says Gaia Grant. Some companies just do team building or keynote talks, but Tirian offers a three stage approach: the first dimension deals with people’s experiences and assists people with opening up and understanding what their issues are and what challenges they are facing. This is done through Tirian’s simulation exercises, business theatre or outdoor activities. The 2nd dimension consists of workshops and keynote talks that are designed to drive home the outcomes. Once the outcomes and specific needs have been identified, then these are connected with the organization’s needs. “Tirian will then find technical solutions, techniques or whatever is needed to help the organization make those changes,” says Gaia Grant. Finally, the 3rd dimension deals with extending this learning back into the organization. At this level they include consulting, coaching and business facilitation to ensure that the employees are practicing what they have learned and can reflect on this. All of Tirian’s programs are connected to a theme, which helps people remember the whole experience. One example of this is their program ‘On Thin Ice’, which involves the participants

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When asked how Tirian’s training fits into the Indonesian market Gaia says, “What we’ve discovered here in Indonesia in general and also across Asia, are that a lot of people have grown up with an education system that doesn’t encourage discovery learning, so some people haven’t learned how to problem-solve or innovate. It’s a challenge with organizations here, because they aren’t competitive and they can’t keep up with the ever increasing requirements of an international organization. You need to be ahead of the rest.” “The Balinese are naturally brilliant at warm customer service and making people feel comfortable, but it’s the middle management and executive management that I think is struggling as they go beyond just positive personalities. Indonesia has to learn to be competitive on a world market, because you can’t hide from globalization any more; it’s going to happen. If we aren’t offering something at a high level of standards, then people will pick up their companies and they’ll move somewhere else,” says Andrew. The goal of Tirian is to help people develop an international standard, so that they can run a globally competitive company in Indonesia, which is no small feat. For Andrew and Gaia Grant, it’s not just about companies focusing on earning the big dollars, but also about educating companies in how they can be more culturally aware and socially responsible. “We’re not just bringing the latest management information into Indonesia,” says Gaia Grant. “We’re also providing the opportunities for clients to take away important lessons from the Indonesian culture – we’re helping people to rediscover community values. For example, the experience with ‘Gotong Royong’ – when people are really connected to each other and help each other, is our way of trying to bring those traditional values back into the modern context, to make sure that modern organizations aren’t alienated from their real roots.” Gaia Grant stresses that organizations should embrace traditional values and not leave them behind; through the rediscovery of these values, companies can find the significance of the connection for today, and be proud of them while at the same time understanding what needs to be international at an international level.

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One program, ‘Building the Corporate Village’, puts forth the idea of the importance of community and Indonesian values. Through the experience of constructing a building together and reflecting on how the team interacted during that process, the participants are given tools for proactive management change rather than reactive changes; thus, they learn how to create a corporate environment which is supportive and always striving to fill the gaps in their company. In addition, Tirian is currently offering a range of CSR programs to corporate clients who want to come to Bali and assist with development projects such as renovating and p r o v i d i n g equipment for local schools and orphanages. This serves a two-fold purpose: companies are able to develop their leadership and their team, while also giving back to the local community. Tirian has been working with the ROLE Foundation by bringing their corporate clients to the ROLE education site for CSR programs, so that they have the opportunity to learn more about local environmental issues while also discovering the strengths and weaknesses of their teams and themselves. The Tirian team has also developed unique Health Education kits in an effort to increase health awareness in local Indonesian communities throughout Sumba, Manado and Bali. For more information about Tirian’s CSR and management training programs please visit: For questions or comments about this column, please email: Copyright 2011 © Michele Cempaka

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For Sale; Sony PS2, new, full set + 30 games, 1 juta. Contact +62 858 5713 0229. Kuta. [199]

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For Sale; New never used KLX 150s, front forks with handlebars 2009 model and new tires and rims, never used. 3 juta best offer, must sell. 0813 3828 7446/ <>. Sanur. [200] For Sale; New in box, 18k white gold wed. set 1.00ct pear shape dia. VS, Clarity J color and 13 princess & baggue tte cut dia. T.w. 92ct. Paid $6925 asking 37 mill. Also one engagement dia. ring with certified round. 89ct I1 clarity, H color, value $4700 asking 15.5 mill. Contact David 0813 5307 9871. [201]

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For Sale; New sink, 1 hole. From my house developer. I don’t need it, buying a bigger one. Will sell for only 200,000.SMS to 081 817 3170 or e-mail <astridpiano@>. Nusa Dua. [121] Moving Sale; Interior from our shops, lightings, cabinets, table, counter, etc. Selling all at low cost. Contact 0821 4714 0950. Seminyak. [122]

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For Sale; MYOB Accounting Software V18 for small business, genuine disc, never been used, bought for Rp. 5.5 million will sell for Rp. 4 million. English speaking 0878 6204 4927 or e-mail <>. Jimbaran. [202]

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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]

Adorable 2mo Bali pups looking for safe and loving homes. 3 girls and 3 boys. Fully vaccinated. Full of mischief. Kerobokan. Call 081 2380 5845. [006]

My name is Jella. I am a sweet natured and affectionate white female Bali dog looking for a loving home. I am still recovering from malnourishment, so even a temporary foster home while I get big and strong would help me so much! I am vaccinated and will be sterilised when I am strong enough. Kerobokan. Call 081 2380 5845. [008]

Missy is a lean, tri-colour Bali female dog with lovely eyes and big floppy ears. She is around 1yo and was sterilised after her first litter Cute, healthy, small Bali of puppies. She would puppies, seeks safe & loving make a great family pet. home. Vaccinated. Call or Ubud. Please call 081 2380 SMS 081 138 0510. [004] 5845. [007]

Sultan needs a home. He’s a small black desexed male Bali puppy, 11 months old, healthy and vaccinated. He needs to have a fully fenced Villa to feel safe. Adults only, no children. If you want a companion + great guard dog call or SMS 081 856 6674. [009]

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]

Free expat raised kittens looking for loving home. Donation for Vet Appreciated. <> or Desiree at 085 5373 0513. [005]

Adorable healthy Bali puppies ready for adoption. Please call Wayan Doblet at 085 6377 4966. [003]

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For Sale Line Ads Rp. 6.000 per word. Wanted, Lost or Found Line Ads no charge. Photo ads Rp. 395.000. All ads must be paid before printing. (Scoobydoo) Dog-Behavior Counseling, Greatdane -training, -solutions. Guaranteed puppies, 1.5 months black results. <doggiesparadise@ female, 6 months fawn male/>. [010] female. Chihuahua puppies.

For sale: Rotweiller puppies 4months, tattooed, vaccinated. Rotweiller adult, female, 3years, tattooed, vaccinated, rabies vaccine. Call now 0361 854 0216. [013]

Purrfect white Persian DOB 26-04-2011. Contact kittens, first shot, trained. 0857 3713 1720, <gery@ White Schnauzer male, 3 Contact Andrea +62 857 months old, very healthy,>. [012] 3900 0947. [011] call 0813 3841 0768. [014]

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By Captain Su

Visit Indonesia Fremantle to Bali Yacht Race 2011 Cultural Gala Dinner

It’s late Tuesday night on 10 May and your dutiful reporter is smiling while writing this. Just got home from the Fremantle to Bali yacht race after party and trophy night. The welcome was gracious, the wine from Karangasem was flowing, the speeches long enough and the food was bountiful. ‘This is the biggest thing I have seen in Bali for a long time” said T, one of the party people, who has lived in Bali for a long time. The Indonesian band was cooking and pretty dance floor was shaking. Well, the dance floor was the beach in front of the Sanur Beach Hotel. Party people were invited on stage to dance with traditional Balinese dancers. It was hummin”. Kate from Kerobokan said, “Fabulous night. The food, the dancing, the atmosphere was one of a gala evening with smiles everywhere.” At the splendid event were government people from both Indonesia and Western Australia, consular officials, press people and of course the skippers and crew of those that sailed the 1400 nautical miles from Fremantle to Bali. Tanya, from Scotland, was the only female crew member on board one of the rally boats. She said, ‘I would do it again. I learnt so much and it was the trip of a lifetime.” She also asked to send a big cherio to her mum in Scotland. Dr Sapta Nirwandar, Director General of Tourism Marketing for the Ministry of Culture and Tourism revealed the purpose of the considerable sponsorship of this event. Of course, there is the hands across the water and people to people contact but other spin offs are the potential new employment opportunities for young people. Indonesia wants more visiting yachts?

The sense that is emerging from talking to people at the party is that the Indonesian government wants more yachts to visit Indonesia. Why? Think about it. Because yachties, as they say at the beginning of the TV show, Star Trek, boldly go where no man has gone before. A bit sexist and of course you noticed the split infinitive. (Correct English is going boldly not boldly go). They generate income in remote areas by buying supplies such as fuel, food and bits and pieces that need replacing. Also as yachting numbers increase so does the infrastructure. Jetties, marinas, dredging, navigation lights all get an upsize. These have the potential to develop employment and create real jobs for the locals in a variety of trades from diesel mechanics to electronics. Summing up the whole event one race official said, ‘We had a few issues but overall the Indonesians were fantastic. When they push buttons, things happen.’

Sailing into Indonesian Waters The Paperwork on Entry If you have got the brains and wherewithal to sail a yacht from overseas into Indonesian waters then you can easily complete all the necessary paperwork yourself. Ruth at Isle Marine Services, here in Bali said, “It is not hard and as long as you take your time and get it right you will have no trouble with Indonesian officials. We encourage people to do it. Then they can see how friendly the officials all are.” The forms you need to get your head around are, the Boat Arrival Plan (RKSP), the Cruising Application for Indonesian Territory ( CAIT), the Inward and Outward Manifest (CIQP), the Harbour Master Report and the Clearance Out Report. Don’t groan. All countries make you do this bureaucratic dance. A Dutch skipper Johannes recently said, “I was cruising in the Pacific Ocean heading west and I wanted to go to Australia. Being from Holland I needed to apply for permits. It got so hard in the end I gave up and sailed to Indonesia instead.” He is still here by the way and is soon to depart after a two year stay. If you don’t complete the necessary paperwork before you get here you may run afoul of the Indonesian navy and be detained at the nearest port until the necessary permits are obtained. How long can a yacht visit Indonesia?

For Sale; Brand new Canon EOS DSLR 550D (Rebel T2i). Body only. Screen protect installed on LCD. Price: 7.3 million. Contact: 081 193 9281 or <garage868@>. Sanur. [179] For Sale; Xbox360 Pro game system (HDMI), White. Complete set + extras. Many free games! Contact: <> or 081 193 9281. Sanur. [180] For Sale; Brand new Elgato video capture system (for Mac computers). Transfer / convert / record any video into your Mac via RCA video connection. Also works with the surveillance cameras. 750.000. 081 193 9281 or <>. Sanur. [181]

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For Sale; NextBase portable DVD-DivX player LCD. Complete standard set, with extras: battery stand, in-car power system, car-seat headrest mount units, windshield mount, car power supply system. All for only 1.7 million. Contact: 081 193 9281 or <garage868@gmail. com>. Sanur. [182] For Sale; Canon PIXMA MX700 Multipurpose InkJet color printer: print, scan, copy, fax. Connect via USB or network. Price: 1.6 million. Contact: 081 193 9281 or <>. Sanur. [183] All the things I really like to do are either immoral, illegal or fattening. C/Ns/I-09 March 11

The permits required for visits up to 30 days and fairly easy to arrange. More than 30 days you need an additional Temporary Import Permit from Customs. Before you enter you need to nominate the length of your intended stay, the maximum is up to one year. This can be extended up to a period of three years from date of initial permit. After 3 years the yacht must leave Indonesian territorial waters. Two months are needed to arrange a stay of less than 30 days and a bit more time may be needed to get the necessary permits for longer visits. Spsst!! Wanna Buy a Yacht???? In Indonesia??? Awas! Awas! Buying a yacht in Indonesia is very complicated and is something that is recommended that you do not do on your own. If you are not an Indonesian national and would love to own a yacht here in Bali be very careful before you hand over any money. The simple fact is that foreigners cannot own an Indonesian flag yacht. It is the same as foreigners buying land under your own name in Bali: You can’t. So OK I will buy a foreign flag boat that is being sold here in Bali. Again be very careful as a thorough check of the ship’s papers needs to be made. The yacht may have overstayed its welcome and have invalid permits which means it may get impounded sometime after you bought it. And by all means don’t forget the import tax. If you buy a foreign flag vessel and try and register it as an Indonesian flag vessel then it becomes a permanent import and may attract a tax of up to 75% of value of the yacht. Of course if you want some help experts like Ruth can help you with all the paperwork. E-mail : and web is : Please note that the above information is a guide only and should not be taken as gospel.

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In the Footsteps of Stamford Raffles by Nigel Barley Stamford Raffles was much more than just the founder of Singapore and the reason why we drive on the left side of the road in Indonesia. Born into genteel poverty in 1781, from an early age Raffles’ best friends were books. He joined the East India Company at age 14, worked his way up the ranks, became a protégé of Lord Minto of India and finally was promoted to Lieutenant Governor of Java when the British seized that island for some five years in 1811. At 30 years of age Raffles became the sole ruler of a fertile, delightful island of seven million inhabitants whose civilization he found enchanting. Ruling as a benevolent autocrat, running the colony like his own large country estate, Raffles soon proved himself to be a man of commerce as well as science, even delving into the study of giant yams and squirrels. He learned Malay with contemptuous ease, fell in love with all things Javanese, treated the natives with respect, and vaunted Java as a place of high civilization. In his first year Raffles reformed the legal system, instituted health care, suppressed piracy, abolished gambling and cockfighting, reformed the land-tenure and taxation systems, launched a successful military campaign against the native rulers and inadvertently discovered Borobudur. Decrying the cruel monopoly system imposed by the Dutch, Raffles set out to run his colony in the spirit of free trade. In his spare time, he founded the Java Government Gazette, Indonesia’s first English-language newspaper. The life of this indefatigable Englishman - mythologized by the British, demonized by the Dutch, the subject of a dozen biographies, his name appropriated for hotels, schools, cigarettes and giant flowers – is retold in this intriguing and witty book, part history, part travelogue, in which Nigel Barley visits the places that were formative in Raffles’ career from his first foreign service assignment in Penang through the personal tragedies of losing four children and the ill-health that stalked his final years. Yet, though dying of a brain tumor at the early age of 44 and forever dogged by the hostility and jealousy of lesser men, he founded Singapore, guiding the city state through its first dangerous years to become one of the world’s great commercial emporiums. First published by Viking in 1992 as The Duke of Puddle Dock: In the Footsteps of Stamford Raffles, the chapter on Singapore was updated for this new edition and the 200th anniversary of the British invasion of Java. A humane, deeply learned and ever-curious figure, Raffles’ administration was a period of energetic reform and boisterous research that culminated in Raffles monumental History of Java published in 1817 in England, a work that remains to this day the starting-point of all subsequent studies of Indonesian culture. Barley describes Raffles’ masterwork as “an amazing jumble of miscellaneous knowledge,” revealing a man who adhered to the 18th century conviction that it was possible to learn everything. The author uses a variety of literary devices to carry the story along and keep the reader interested. During his

travels following Raffles across the whole expanse of the country, Barley chats with transmigrants, construction workers, policemen, footballers, doctors, fishermen. He picks up strange characters as guides, matches wits with cab drivers, boards precarious sailing ships, rickety overcrowded flights and rank cockroach-filled long distance buses, socializes at food stalls where “the hiss of fat blends with that of mosque loudspeakers.”

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Interspersed generously throughout the present-tense narrative are selected quotes from Raffles himself and travelogues and histories of the day which give insights into the political intrigues of Southeast Asia during the 18th century. Included are fascinating glimpses of Dutch and British colonial life as well as contemporary Indonesia, from descriptions of torture devices used in crushing and smashing Indonesian feet to the 20th century use of pedicabs (becak) which Barley claims are for Westerners intimately associated with guilt. Barley follows the famous historical figure from Batavia (Jakarta) to Buitzenborg (Bogor) where Raffles took up residence, to Yogya where Raffles led a company of 900 light cavalrymen to persuade the raja to sign a new treaty. Ever faithful to Raffles itinerary, Barley visits the shore of the Indian Ocean at Parangtritis, describing it as “messy and tired-looking,” and Bengkulu’s collapsed government house smelling of urine. Barley’s novelistic flourishes are not used as frequently as in his book Island of Demons published the following year, an account of the life of Walter Spies as Barley imagined it to be. In the Footsteps is a more serious biography which includes an index as well as a summary of his research sources. In A Biographical Note he lists a half a dozen Raffles biographies written between 1897 and 1950s, characterizing the books variously as “stolid and patriotic,” “dourly self-effacing,” “slaphappy American” or “studiously archivistic.”

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Author of ten books himself, Nigel Barley originally trained as an anthropologist in West Africa, spending time with the Dowayo people of North Cameroon. He survived to take a position in the Ethnography Department of the British Museum for 20 years and it was in this connection that he first traveled to Southeast Asia. After forays into Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan and Burma, Barley settled on Indonesia as his principal research interest. It is only the publisher in me that is perhaps irrationally annoyed by all the typos peppered throughout the text, though that flaw does not mar reading Barley who has such a lusty passion for history and takes such relish in spinning a good story of an extraordinary man in his own highly literate and inimitable style. In the Footsteps of Stamford Raffles by Nigel Barley, Monsoon Books 2009, ISBN 978-981-08-3534-7, paperback, 312 pages, 8 pages of photos, bibliographic note, index. Available for Rp210,000 at Periplus outlets, at Ganesha Bookstore in Ubud and Ganesha@Biku in Kerobokan. For any publishers interested in having one of their books considered for review in Toko Buku, please contact: Copyright © 2011 You can read all past articles of Toko Buku at C/Ns/G-30 June 10

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Bali’s Giving Tree By Meeka Anne

Nature’s Offerings to Bali – A Three Part Series The Balinese have an innate ability to take what nature has offered them and create something not only aesthetically appealing but useful in their everyday life. This series will explore the infinite ways in which the Balinese use the palm, bamboo, flowers, and a few other important local plants.

in the village. The process is as follows: 1. Chop open the mature coconut with a hatchet 2. Grate the coconut and mix with some water 3. Knead and squeeze it for about an hour 4. Strain though a cloth sieve 5. Boil for several hours over a wood fire 6. Let cool for several hours until the oil rises to the top 7. Finally skim off the oil It’s an arduous task and takes a full day and eight coconuts to fill only one Bintang bottle. When finally it is ready, the list of uses the Balinese have for the freshly made oil is endless. As a cooking oil, it is heat stable, reusable, and has a sweet distinct flavor. It is used as fuel for lamps and torches. Balinese women regularly massage their scalp and condition their hair with this nourishing substance. It is also used as an aromatic moisturizer or massage oil. Mixed with turmeric, it can ease skin disorders and together with red onion it is used as an ointment for colicky babies. Palm sugar is another product of the tree that is produced locally. The sap in the large stem of the flowering section of the tree is harvested and boiled for several hours. Once it thickens, it is poured into round molds to solidify. Called gula merah here, it is a tasty and healthy alternative to white sugar.

Landscape In a family compound in Bali, Ayu works diligently stripping the palm frond leafs to expose the rib that runs down the center. She will clean these and make them into brooms and sweepers that she will sell at the market. Her mother-in-law Ibu Dewi works nearby diligently pounding and kneading the coconut meat which she will strain and boil until the oil rises. Ayu’s husband Kadek is busy cutting and polishing coconut shells which he makes into bowls. His friend sells them to tourists and pays him well for his handiwork. Ayu smiles as she sees Kadek cut open a coconut for their young son Agus. Agus loves to drink the sweet water of the young coconut for breakfast. A typical day in a Balinese compound in a small village could still, even now be similar to the scenario you just read. In Sanskrit language the palm tree is referred to as kalpavriksha, which translates to “the tree that provides all the necessities of life.” The coconut palm is vital to life and culture here in Bali, and is so important to the Balinese, that they set aside a special day just to honor this significant tree. I used to live in South Florida where these tropical trees exist as little more than yard trophies. They are stripped regularly of the bark, husks, and the ripe coconuts that can drop suddenly and dangerously to the ground. This same “debris” that is tossed out by the truckloads in South Florida is used here in Bali in a multitude of resourceful and interesting ways. I have spent the last week quizzing my Balinese friends about the variety of uses they have for the ubiquitous palm. They have a saying in Bali, that there are as many uses for the coconut tree as there are days of the year. And indeed, this omnipresent tree offers food, medicine, utensils, and shelter to the Balinese, and also plays a vital role in their religious rituals. The first and most obvious use of the palm tree is for the coconut. At beachfront warungs and roadside stands you will notice piles of young coconuts ready to be consumed by tourists and Balinese alike. Young coconut water has recently been touted in the West as the new wonder drink. It is a sterile alternative to water and chock full of potassium and sodium which makes it a great drink for hydration. This is hardly news to the Balinese who have been offering it their children for generations. The ripened coconut meat is a vital food source to the Balinese and is used in a variety of entrees that range from curries and vegetable dishes to yummy desserts and puddings.

Making Coconut Oil in the Kampung Coconut oil is yet another palm tree product that is seeing a revival in the west. Enthusiasts claim it can cure everything from obesity to high cholesterol. You will have a new appreciation for this elixir if you watch it being made in the traditional method by a grandma

Moving on to the non edible parts, the husks and shells are always put to good use. The husks are predominantly used as coals for cooking. But they are also used to make rope, brushes and Coconut husks to be sold welcome mats. Coconut shells are carved, cut and polished and made into bowls, serving spoons, earrings, buttons, and even cute little purses. Fractured pieces of the shell are also fashioned into beautiful mosaic tabletops, tiles, and kitchenware. These are all uses from the mature coconut. However the young coconut shell is also essential to the Balinese, as it used in house temples and ceremonies as a vessel to carry holy water. The young leaves of the palm called janur are another culturally important part of the tree. The daily offerings called canang are placed atop plates woven from janur. Elaborate penjors which adorn the streets before Galungan are decorated with variations of this pliable leaf. At parties and ceremonies you will most likely see the beautiful paku pipid hanging gracefully from the rafters. When the leaves mature, they are often used for thatch roofing and woven into hats or other novelty objects.

Penjors made with janur

Palm leaves have many uses, but the most historical use by Balinese, would be as pages for the sacred texts called lontars. These manuscripts created from the bound dried leaves of the lontar palm are inscribed with religious dogma and ancient history. Healers and priests often have lontars in their possession which have been passed through the family for many generations containing age old secret remedies and folklore. Lontar tablets are still made in the Aga village of Tenganan as a souvenir for tourists. The prodigious and time consuming task to create a lontar is as follows: 1. Palm leaves have to be carefully chosen and dried for a day. 2. The ribs of the leaves are cut out. 3. They are soaked for several days to remove the chlorophyll.

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Then cleaned with a coconut fiber brush. Once again the leaves are dried. They are steamed above water mixed with an herb to give them a rich yellow color. 7. A final slow controlled drying prevents curling 8. Leaves are then flattened with a stone 9. Finally they are cut and bound into tablets The tablets are then kept for 6 months before they are ready for inscription. Remember this next time you are bargaining the price of a lontar. All the uses of the palm mentioned thus far, are f r o m renewable parts of the tree. A healthy coconut palm will produce about 50 coconuts Coconut tree full of young coconut annually for a span of 60 - 80 years. It’s no wonder that the Balinese revere the tree and even have a special ceremonial day called Tumpek Uduh to offer gratitude for this much loved tree. On this day many palms are dressed in traditional Balinese clothing complete with saput and sarong. It is hit once with a hammer to notify it that offerings are nearby and a request is made to the tree to provide an abundance of fruit for the coming year. When the coconut palm reaches the end of its fruit producing life, it is harvested for the wood to make room for future c r o p s . Coconut tree timber is becoming known as a m o r e Bale with coconut trunk columns sustainable hardwood than teaks or ironwoods which are in danger of deforestation. This unique timber is dark with a beautiful grain and is used to make a wide range of kitchenware, furniture, and interior accessories. The polished trunks make beautiful columns for homes or outdoor bales. The durability of this wood has made it an excellent new alternative for home flooring. As I pondered on how much the coconut palm offers and gives the Balinese on a daily basis, I was reminded of Shel Silverstein’s book, The Giving Tree. However, in this classic short story, the boy takes from the tree selfishly until it is reduced to nothing but a stump. I will never forget reading the story to my daughter when she was five, and before I could finish it, she was crying inconsolably, due to the horrible injustice of the boy who had such little regard for the fate of the tree. In contrast, the Balinese are much more appreciative and considerate of their “giving trees.” However, the recent over-development of Bali does concern me, as more and more natural landscape is wiped out to make room for yet more villas. I implore developers to learn to respect the graceful and enduring palm as the Balinese do. This indigenous tree is imperative to the perseverance of local traditions and needs to be allowed to thrive so that it may continue to give to the Balinese, as it has for centuries. For questions or comments about this article contact Copyright © 2011 Meeka Anne

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News from Bali Sports Foundation

The board and staff of the Bali Sports Foundation have been busy organizing a number of activities and events to be held over the coming months. Led by Rodney Holt of restaurant Stiff Chilli fame, the organization has already done much to provide local juniors with the opportunity to participate in various sporting activities as well as organizing events for the general public. The group continues their efforts with the following events: Bali Ocean Swim The second annual Bali Ocean Swim will be held on Sunday, July 10,2011. This years events will see races in 1.2km, 5km and 10km for individuals as a well as an overall teams division. As per last year’s event, all divisions will start from the Boardwalk restaurant in front of the Bali Garden Beach Resort and Spa in South Kuta. The event is open to all participants, with all proceeds supporting the Bali Swim 4 Kids program. The Bali Swim 4 Kids program provides swimming lessons to approximately 50 children who are either physically disabled or intellectually challenged. The program has been working over a number of months and has enabled its participants to be confident in the water, to the point where some participants are looking to pursue more technical training from the programs coaches with the aim of starting to compete in special games. In July the program will have an Australian volunteer join with the aim of further developing the efforts of Bali Swim 4 Kids. For more details about the Bali Swim 4 Kids program see www.balisports. com, while more details about the Bali Ocean Swim event can be obtained by emailing Junior Bali Charity Soccer Sixes On Saturday 28th May the Bali Sports Foundation will host the second annual Bali Charity Soccer Sixes. Held at the Tri Sakti Field in Kuta, the tournament is for boys aged under-14. To be eligible to play, the player must have not yet reached the age of 14 on the 1st January, 2011. All clubs and schools are welcome to enter teams in the event, with the registration fee set at Rp 500,000 per team. An unique part of the event is that 12 players will be selected from teams that participate to form a team that will represent Bali at the well-known Singapore Cricket Club Soccer Sixes held in Singapore on June 24th. The Bali Sports Foundation and the Singapore Cricket Club will cover all the costs of the Balinese players who are selected in this team, providing these young soccer players with the incredible opportunity of playing overseas in a regional competition. For more details about the event or to register please email info@ International Junior Rugby Camp From June 26 to July 3 the Bali Sports Foundation will host

an International Junior Rugby Camp. A number of guest international coaches and players will guide participants through a number of rugby skills, including safety in rugby, efficient tackling, passing, stability and match play as well as conducting conditioning, diet and weights education. The camp is open to boys aged 12-16, and will also provide visitors with the opportunity to visit places of interest in Bali and also have a go at other sports that the island has to offer, such as kite surfing, martial arts and learning to surf. A culmination of the event will be a test rugby game between visiting teams representing Australia and Great Britain. For more information, email Indonesia finishes 6th in Regional Cricket Tournament A number of Balinese travelled with the Indonesian men’s cricket team to Samoa to participate in the 2011 Pepsi ICC-EAP Men’s Division 2 Cricket Trophy last month. The six countries that participated in the tournament were Samoa, Tonga, Cook Islands, Indonesia, Philippines and South Korea, with Indonesia being the tournament’s youngest team.

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Playing in the 20-20 format, on day one of the tournament Indonesia made 6-105 from their 20 overs against the Philippines, who then passed the total with seven wickets in hand and more than 5 overs to spare after some huge hitting from their top order. It was a better performance by Indonesia in the afternoon when they reached the total of 90 set by South Korea with 17 balls and five wickets to spare. On day two, Tonga gave their younger Indonesian opponents a lesson in cricket after piling on 7-161 and then restricting Indonesia to only 85 in reply. The second game of the day for Indonesia was a much closer affair. After setting a total of 110, the game came down to the wire with the Cook Islands winning with only two wickets and one over to spare. On day three of the event Samoa made their way through to the finals by easily defeating the Indonesians after making a total of 5-159 and then bowling out Indonesia for 67. The in the play off for 5th position in the tournament, South Korea got revenge against Indonesia after their loss to them earlier in the tournament. Bowling Indonesia out for 94, South Korea comfortably reached this figure with nine wickets to spare. In the overall final, Samoa became the Pepsi ICC East Asia-Pacific Division 2 champions after a commanding 9-wicket victory over the Philippines. Overall the young Indonesian team gained much from the experience, with some great individual performances setting the team up well for future tournaments.

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B is for Buddies

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine compared solo dieters to teams of dieters. After 10 months, the latter were likelier to have maintained their loss (66 percent versus 24 percent).

C is for Cortisol

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D is for Density A yearlong study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found women eating water-rich foods low in calories but high in nutrients (like veggies) as part of a low-fat diet lost more weight than those who only cut back on fat. They were less hungry than the low-fat-only bunch, too, most likely because they ate 25 percent more food by weight. Go for grub with an energy density (calories per serving ÷ weight in grams of serving) of 2 or less. Or snag ideas from Barbara Rolls’ The Volumetrics Eating Plan, which lists the energy densities of dozens of foods.

E is for Estimation

Developing an eye for appropriate serving sizes can make or break your diet. Commit these serving-size visuals to memory: 3 oz lean meat = a standard deck of 52 cards, 1/2 cup of fruit, vegetables, or grains = half a baseball, 1.5 oz cheese = 3 dominoes.

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G is for Grapefruit Kick off every meal with half a ruby red or 8 ounces of grapefruit juice - you could speed up your weight loss. Subjects of a 2006 study in the Journal of Medicinal Food who ate half a grapefruit before each meal lost more weight after 12 weeks than those who didn’t (3.5 pounds versus less than a pound).

H is for Hydration

Studies have shown that drinking water can slightly increase your caloric burn rate. The researchers behind one such study at Franz-Volhard Clinical Research Center in Berlin estimate that sipping six extra 8-ounce glasses a day can burn17,400 more calories (about 5 pounds of fat) per year.

I is for Insulin The amount of this sugar-regulating hormone you secrete may dictate the diet you should follow. A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that high insulin secretors dropped about 13 pounds on a low-carb diet but only about 3 on a low-fat/higher-carb diet. Look in the mirror: If you store fat in your belly (have an “apple” body shape), you’re more likely to secrete excess insulin and benefit from fewer carbs.

J is for Journal

If you write down everything you eat, research has shown, you can cut your intake by 500 to 1,000 calories a day. And you’ll keep the weight off: Food journaling is one of the successful behaviors used by people in the National Weight Control Registry, a list of dieters who have maintained a loss of 30 pounds or more for at least one year.

K is for Ketosis The point at which your body runs low on carbs and starts burning fat stores for fuel, ketosis can jump-start a diet or bust a plateau. Studies show that dieters who restrict carbs typically lose more weight during the first 3 to 6 months, but after about a year their results are comparable to those who go low-fat. So after dropping those initial pounds, it’s okay to have whole-grain pasta and bread again - in moderation.

L is for Leptin Fat cells secrete this hormone to tell your brain you’re full. But researchers have found that fasts and extremely calorie-restrictive diets can lower leptin levels, prompting you to eat more. To keep this hormone in balance, strive for a slow, steady weight loss - no more than 1 to 2 pounds per week.

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Think Before You Ink!! A few weeks ago the Bali chat forums were abuzz with the rumor that a group of schoolboys from Australia contracted HIV at a tattoo parlor in Bali while holidaying on the Island. This information has not been confirmed as being true and I have not seen any other news on this matter except for the posts on the forum. Whether the rumor is true or not, simple safety precautions on your part when getting a tattoo should prevent this from happening wherever you are. Tattoos and body art are now more popular than ever before. No longer reserved for bikers and sailors, now even the most modest amongst us are donning cheeky little (or not so little) tattoos. While tattoos may be more common than ever, don’t take tattooing lightly. Know the risks and understand basic safety precautions and aftercare steps. How tattoos are done - tattoo is a permanent mark or design made on your skin with pigments inserted through pricks into the skin’s top layer. Typically, the tattoo artist uses a hand-held machine that acts much like a sewing machine, with one or more needles piercing the skin repeatedly. With every puncture, the needles insert tiny ink droplets. The process — which is done without anesthetics and may last up to several hours for a large tattoo — causes a small amount of bleeding and slight to potentially significant pain. You could be the proud owner of a new tattoo in a matter of hours — but don’t let the ease of getting tattoos stop you from making a thoughtful decision about permanent body art. If you first take steps to protect yourself from possible risks, what seems like a cool idea now is less likely to turn into a source of regret later. If you decide to get a tattoo or body piercing, make sure you go to a reputable facility. There is no regulatory body controlling the body art industry here in Bali so it is really up to you to take the responsibility for checking the facilities and reputation of the artist that you decide to use. Take time to discuss the safety procedures with the artists working at the shop or tattoo parlor. They should explain the process and clarify what they do to keep everyone safe and healthy by using sterile needles and razors, washing hands, wearing gloves, and keeping surfaces clean. Remember to think carefully before taking the plunge to take on a permanent tattoo. It is possible to remove tattoos, but it’s painful, expensive and can cause scaring. Ask yourself whether you truly want to invest in permanent body art. Choose the location of the tattoo carefully. Don’t get a tattoo if you’re under the influence of alcohol or drugs or worry that you might regret the tattoo later. It’s a good idea to get a temporary tattoo or even a transfer “stick on” type for a few days to see how you feel about walking around with this before you go for the permanent kind. Use caution when deciding on the design of your tattoo. Many people choose tattoos that have a special meaning, or a particular a persons name, but no matter how much a part of your life that person is, things change and tattoos are much harder to loose than your boyfriend / girlfriend. Also be aware that obvious tattoos may decrease your chances of employment later. A word on safety - Make sure the tattoo parlor is clean and safe. Remember, the artist is going to be sticking needles into your skin, so be picky about the tattoo parlor you choose. If you do not feel comfortable asking the prospective artist questions about cleanliness, experience, and safety, go ahead and look somewhere else or forget about the tattoo and wait until you are comfortable asking appropriate questions. Body piercers and tattoo artists need to protect themselves and their clients with safe and healthy practices, such as: • Using single-use, disposable needles and razors Disposable piercing needles, tattoo needles, and razors are used on one person and then thrown away. Reusing needles or razors is not safe. • Safely disposing of needles and razors - Used needles and razors should be thrown away in a biohazardlabeled, disposable container to protect both the client

and the person changing or handling the trash bag from getting cut. • Washing hands before and after putting on disposable gloves - Gloves are always worn while working with equipment and clients, changed when necessary, and are not reused. • Cleans and sterilizes reusable tools and equipment Some tools and equipment can be reused when creating body art. Reusable tools and equipment should be cleaned and then sterilized to remove viruses and bacteria. What are the risks of getting a tattoo? Tattoos abrade the skin, which means that skin infections and other complications are possible. Specific risks include: • Allergic reactions - Tattoo dyes, especially red dye, can cause allergic skin reactions, resulting in an itchy rash at the tattoo site. This may occur even years after you get the tattoo. • Skin infections -Tattoos can lead to local bacterial infections, characterized by redness, swelling, pain and a pus-like drainage. • Other skin problems - Sometimes bumps called granulomas form around tattoo ink — especially red ink. Tattooing can also lead to raised areas caused by an overgrowth of scar tissue (keloids). • Blood-borne diseases - If the equipment used to create your tattoo is contaminated with infected blood, you can contract various blood-borne diseases, including hepatitis B, hepatitis C, tetanus and HIV — the virus that causes AIDS. • MRI complications - Rarely, tattoos or permanent makeup may cause swelling or burning in the affected areas during magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) exams. In some cases — such as when a person with permanent eyeliner has an MRI of the eye — tattoo pigments may interfere with the quality of the image. Looking after your new tattoo How you care for your new tattoo depends on the type and extent of work done. Typically, however, you’ll need to: • Remove the bandage after 24 hours. Apply an antibiotic ointment to the tattooed skin while it’s healing. • Keep the tattooed skin clean. Use plain soap and water and a gentle touch. Pat — don’t rub — the area dry. • Use moisturizer. Apply a mild moisturizer to the tattooed skin several times a day. • Avoid sun exposure. Keep the tattooed area out of the sun for at least a few weeks. • Choose clothing carefully. Don’t wear anything that would stick to the tattoo. • Allow up to 2 weeks for healing. Don’t pick at any scabs, which may increase the risk of infection and can damage the design and cause scarring. • You should avoid swimming & water sports for up to 2 weeks after the procedure so best not have a tattoo when you arrive on the Island if you are planning on surfing or swimming for the rest of your holiday. If you think your tattoo may be infected or you’re concerned that your tattoo isn’t healing properly, contact your doctor.

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Ticks, Parasites & Lyme Disease Lyme disease is on the rise – it is more common than you may think! This is a nasty condition as it can cause years of protracted disability and suffering. It is caused by a tick like the one in the picture below:

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Upper back or neck pain which becomes worse at night Meningitis may also develop with headaches, fever and a very stiff neck Sometimes the disease may become chronic with a resulting destruction of the nervous system resulting in numbness, hearing loss and partial dementia

Lyme disease can also cause heart disease which may result in heart failure if it becomes chronic. Arthritis can also develop which causes pain and swelling of the joints, with the knees the most commonly affected.

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What Is A Tick? Ticks are parasites that live in grasses and shrubs – they need to attach themselves to a host in order to survive. They feed on blood from birds and mammals. They like humid places and here in the tropics they are rife. They detect their host by heat and attach themselves to the skin of the host rather easily. They prefer body creases such as the nape of the neck, armpits, knees, and groin but they will attach anywhere . They feed on blood by inserting their mouth parts into the skin of the host, then feeding slowly sometimes taking several days. Lyme Disease Lyme disease is due to a systemic infection with the spirochete Borrelia and the body’s immune response to the infection. The bacteria are inoculated into the skin by a tick bite. The bacteria can then lead to a whole host of health problems which are often mis-diagnosed. This is from CNN: “Lyme disease is more common than you think” To understand health officials’ battle against the disease, take a look at the statistics. More than 100,000 cases of Lyme disease have been reported since 1989, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and these numbers are conservative and probably do not reflect the true number of cases. Health officials have a difficult time counting the actual number of patients, since Lyme disease mimics other diseases, and people can go for years without a proper, correct diagnosis. What to look for if you’re bitten by a tick CDC research shows that the hallmark “bull’seye” rash appears in 80 percent of patients within days or weeks of being infected. Symptoms also include fatigue, fever and stiffness. If caught early, doctors can successfully treat patients with a three- to four-week course of antibiotics. Those who don’t respond or those who do not get prompt and proper treatment may develop late-stage symptoms, which include neurological difficulties, heart problems and debilitating body pain. These symptoms are much harder to treat.” Yes, they are hard to treat. And almost impossible to cure. I have seen people who have finally discovered they are infected, perhaps years after the initial tick bite, and noted the strange symptoms they manifest, many that mimic other diseases. However, even after correct diagnosis(blood tests can be done to check for antibodies to the bacteria) and treatment the prognosis with drugs is not good. Nervous System and Heart Problems About 15% of people with Lyme disease develop neurological problems from 1 to 5 weeks after the tick bite. The central nervous system becomes infected and various non specific symptoms and signs may develop such as: • Numbness of the face or fingers

If the diagnosis is made early enough antibiotics can be used with varying amounts of success. Depending on the resistance of the bacteria to the drugs, some of your symptoms may disappear, however, this does not mean that you are cured and that all the bacteria are destroyed. Typically your symptoms may persist for years even after long term antibiotic use and may even gradually worsen over time. Borrelia is an anaerobic bacteria, meaning that the organism cannot exist in oxygen. Treatment with hyperbaric oxygen has been used successfully in treating anaerobic infections and is recognized by The Journal of American Medicine for doing so. Other more powerful oxidative therapies such as ozone therapy are also potent weapons against the lyme bacteria as well as other bacteria, parasites, viruses and fungi. I would recommend in cases of lyme infection an intense course of high concentration ozone therapy together with other supplements that would boost one’s immune system. The high concentration of ozone would act to directly kill the bacteria, with the added benefit being that during the procedure itself your blood and lymphatic system will also be cleansed of toxins, heavy metals, acids and other harmful waste products. It is not sufficient to do just any ozone therapy – most ozone procedures do not use a consistently high enough concentration of ozone in order to obtain excellent results. The ozone therapy must be done at sufficiently high concentrations in order to destroy the bacteria lying not only in the blood but also deep within the body. Of course a complete whole body detoxification would also be highly beneficial for this disease as it would eliminate other toxins and wastes from the body allowing the immune system to concentrate fully on the lyme bacteria. If you have any questions about the topics raised in this article please email at

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My family moved to what was then the very small town of Kuantan on Malaysia’s east coast in 1968. Supermarket culture was still decades away there. The culinary needs of the foreign community, which comprised about ten British and Canadian families on technology transfer projects, was served by a tiny Cold Storage outlet. This dusty shop stocked tins of soup, baked beans, butter and cheese. There was weevily flour and tins of cocoa. A small freezer held only chunks of frozen mutton from Australia.

directly to the consumer with no hype and a minimum of packaging. It’s intriguing to watch people selecting what they will eat. Cultures are deeply rooted in their traditional foods. From the spice market by the river in Chiang Mai to the cavernous vegetable halls in Mumbai and the dog meat stalls in Hanoi, each market has its own character. I visited the wet markets of Singapore for over 40 years. Today they are clean and orderly, but back then the markets were hectic and filthy, reeking of pickled cabbage, preserved eggs and worse. There were slippery fish entrails and over-ripe fruit underfoot, and shouting vendors frequently sluiced down the floors with buckets of water -- hence the name wet market. When I’m in Singapore now I still visit KK Market in Little India, where I used to do my shopping, for old times sake.

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These days, those who can afford it often prefer to buy their food in supermarkets, and wet markets are increasingly patronized by the poor. But in my native city of Vancouver, the opposite is true. Granville Island Market, a western version of a wet market, was built over 25 years ago on industrial wasteland under a bridge. Many people thought the concept would not appeal to sophisticated urbanites, but the market was instantly and hugely popular. Are we hardwired as a species to gather around food?

My mother, one of those mysterious beings who eats to live (instead of living to eat, like her husband and daughters), was bewildered. Meal planning and cooking was a daily trial for her, even in Canada. How was she supposed to feed her Granville Island market is a market for the prosperous. Shopfamily three meals a day on rations like these? Where were pers are prepared to pay a premium for the freshest and most the fruit and vegetables, she asked the proprietor on her first exotic groceries. Every imaginable fruit, vegetable and herb visit. The potatoes, the chicken? is here, beautifully displayed and He pointed across the street. My fascination with what people ate impeccably fresh. There is a whole and how they bought it started there, shop dedicated to the different Together we entered our first wet varieties of fresh and smoked in that humid market redolent of market. Live chickens eyed us salmon, others to organic meats nervously from small cages; beand poultry. Vendors sell dozens durian and dried fish side them, an old man with a of exotic cheeses and sausages, half-smoked cigarette dangling from his lips was cleaning artisan bread, hand-made chocolates … Just to amble feathers from a machete. A leper offered us a melon balanced through the aisles of abundance is a feast for the senses. A on fingerless palms. An exciting circus of food lined the aisles spacious wooden deck behind the market overlooks a sail -- pyramids of crimson chilies and purple eggplants, sacks of boat marina, and people hang out here in all weather listenrice, baskets of eggs, heaps of leafy herbs and spiny, mys- ing to buskers and feeding scraps of their lunch to the cheeky terious fruits. The colours and smells were as chaotic as the seagulls and pigeons. It is all very agreeable. noisy shoppers and vendors. I was in heaven. My mother was in tears. Markets have been around since the first farmer or fisherman with a bit extra to his family’s needs offered his wares for sale My fascination with what people ate and how they bought it or barter to his neighbours. They evolved into social centres started there, in that humid market redolent of durian and around the world where people go to buy the day’s provisions, dried fish. Until that day I’d never wondered where my meat hang out, and gossip over a and potatoes came from. In our conservative Canadian beverage and a small meal. suburb there was no relationship with food until it appeared Our little Farmers Market in on the plate. Food was predictable and tidy; it never had Ubud follows this tradition. eyeballs and in the winter vegetables came out of tins. There are just a few tables and the wares are pretty But everything in the Kuantan wet market was up close and much always the same, personal, starting with the plastic buckets of gasping fish. If but Saturday mornings you wanted chicken, you selected one from the crowded cage. find us gathering to meet The proprietor grabbed it, casually wrung its neck, plunged friends over coffee. We it into a vat of boiling water to loosen the feathers and take our time selecting the handed it to you still twitching. (We never had chicken again vegetables we’ll take home until we moved to the capital and could buy it at a supermar- and cook; we chat with the ket plucked, gutted and anonymous.) vendors, as our ancestors did millennia ago. Some My mother refused to enter the wet market after that first day things just don’t change. and I was often delegated to shop for fresh food. I learned enough basic bahasa malayu to fill the shopping basket. I figured out how to bargain and what the local weight units A collection of Ibu Kat’s stories, previously published as meant. Every visit was an adventure in flavours, smells and ‘Dragons in the Bath’, is now in its third printing under the experiences. Laughing vendors offered me slivers of strange title ‘Bali Daze -- Freefall off the Tourist Trail’. Available fruits from the points of rusty knives. Fishermen gave me from Ganesha Books in Ubud and Seminyak or directly tutorials on the local varieties of fish. I learned to tell a duck from Kat at bali_cat egg from a turtle egg from a hen’s egg. Sometimes the old ladies would share their fragrant snacks with me. E-mail: In the decades of travel since then I’ve always visited Copyright © 2011 Greenspeak markets and grocery stores in foreign countries to ground myself in the raw ingredients of the local cuisine. I have a You can read all past articles of fascination for wet markets where producers sell their wares Greenspeak at

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Darsih Jutawan, born in Minnesota to first generation Americans from E u r o p e a n immigrant farmers, remembers a childhood raising a pet calf, playing nurse to dogs, r o l l i n g ‘snowboulders’, g r o w i n g vegetables and flowers, canning fruits and vegetables with a wood stove, and sitting on her grandfather’s lap driving a tractor. Darsih has worked in many fields – dialysis, manufacturing, warehousing, purchasing, human resources, NGOs, real estate, high tech in Silicon Valley. Moving to Bali in 2000, she’s worked in management and business solutions, learned to paint, took to reading avidly, and got involved in environmental and organic projects. In 2010, Darsih launched a PORTAL for everything organic for all of Indonesia. What are your hobbies? Not much time now. My husband, our Bali dog, reading, painting, learning, watching things grow, enthralled with nature, happiest with dirt under my fingernails! Once was a ballroom dancer! What book has had a big influence on you? Joel Salatin who says he ‘grows sunshine’. His ‘old fashioned,’ fresh, more than organic, totally environmental, diversified way to maximize production in an innovative and integrated system on a holistic farm is to me the best possible way to farm. I’d pursue him but we’re both already married! What is your educational background? In the culture in which I grew up, girls became secretaries, nurses, or teachers – if not married straightaway after high school graduation. I became a secretary. Being an overachiever, I always took on more and learned on the job – marketing, sales, manufacturing, bookkeeping. Eventually, while working full-time, I finished college with a Bachelor of Business, focused on accounting. Took me decades to shake ‘the mold’ and realize that I was creative. When was your first trip to Bali? After a year on medical leave recovering from breast cancer and something else really serious, I arrived in 1990. I’d been downsized and knew after a year not working in my cubicle that I wasn’t going to fit back into one! My orthodontist dared me to go Bali. I’d never done anything like that and landed within two weeks, with no idea where to stay, how to change money, etc. One foot hit the tarmac and I immediately felt a connection.

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Why did you start your website? It’s about linking everything organic in Indonesia. I knew when I started it in 2009, and even more now, that organic businesses and information are dismally difficult to find. Many businesses don’t have websites; most are rarely found. I’ve found products on shelves but never found the companies on the internet. These businesses are relying on old style methods – printing, local marketing staff, word of mouth, and hope. One said ‘You can find our website with our business card.’ I replied, ‘Pak, if people don’t have your card, they can’t find your site!’ Large businesses attend expensive international trade shows, contributing to global warming. A blog I created for my husband has helped his business grow 3000% in five years. I have a special passion for small businesses like his that don’t have resources – technical and financial – to enter the market along with large businesses. What kinds of products and services are found on your website? We started here, so many of the advertisers are from Bali. However, our focus is all of Indonesia. We have information about our advertiser’s wholesale and retail products, organic education and training, NGOs, consumer education, news, events, certification, distributors/ exporters. We have a book from PAN Asia Pacific about proven links between breast cancer and chemicals! How does your website differ from other sites promoting organic products and services? I want to get deserving businesses found. Businesses should focus on what they do well – growing, selling, teaching. We’re focused on being found so the listed businesses don’t have to spend time and financial resources to do the same. We are a central PORTAL that will drive traffic and customers to them – economically and effectively.


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Who visits your website? We’ve had visitors from 150 countries, 64% from Indonesia. Over 19,200 visitors and 66,170 pages viewed since February 2010! People are looking for this resource. It’s now averaging 100 visitors a day and growing! What business categories are the most visited? Restaurants, growers, natural pesticides and fertilizers, seeds, supermarkets, delis, skin and body care, textiles, clothing, bakery, volunteering, rice, spas, resorts, exporters. Also a lot of traffic to non-business categories like Indonesian and international news. We also aim to inform and educate consumers. People are looking for this information! What’s a business listing cost? It is reasonably priced to cover costs as a not-for-profit. Listings range from Rp500,000 to Rp1,500,000. Banners start at Rp1,250,000. Small businesses can use their webpage as their own individualized website and have a presence without all the costs and headaches. All environmental and organic NGO’s are free now. Paid advertisers will benefit from period inclusion on the home page, newsletters, and social media activities. Showing their belief and commitment to the PORTAL and generally in holistic living, Bali Buddha was our first sponsor.

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What is the most enjoyable part of your work? Positive feedback about the concept and the need. Creativity. The joy of the potential! A small Balinese family making organic fertilizer and pest products called to thank us - they just got their first order. Made my whole year! How may you be contacted? Website:, email: darsih@

What are you involved in now? It’s been a journey. I met a great Balinese man and sponsored him for a Permaculture course so he could help with our organic home garden. He went back to his village and now has an active, successful organic farm, Bali Rungu. It saved his spirit. He’s so happy! I then looked at my skills, interests, something that needed fixing and came up with my website.

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And, if you study your    figure, you will ‘fit’ into one of the aforementioned?!  For many years now, women decided enough was enough, they took it in hand to   dress for themselves (and no one else!) so comfort took hold; pull-on pants,  and kaftans have been worn for some years (some love this look, some   leggings hate this look) however this look can suit many, maybe not so flattering, but so be   it, this is 2011, comfort is what the mantra is these days, for some anyway.   there are a number of ladies that do want to dress to please their partner,   But, some women don’t like loose fitting clothes, preferring to show off their ‘good points’  (and, why not) there are some ladies that just don’t seem to know what looks good   on them, and finally some ladies look down-right awful in whatever they put on  require some assistance, and they openly admit it too! So, perhaps for   and whatever reason, it may be time (for some) to re-look at your body shape and  decide what do you need to wear to make the most of ‘your good points’ (and,   everyone has good points) and to play down the not so good, in fact, dressing is  all about displaying a positive self image!     If you want a quick & easy solution to this issue, there is a store in town, SWATHE, to do just this, to work out   new what ‘shape’ you are, by dressing you up in a range of stylish   pieces, &, if you find (and sure you will) a few items or some interchangeable outfi ts to include into your wardrobe that   going to accent the good ‘bits’ and downplay your ‘not   are so good’, then, why ever not, go for it! “It’s all about mixing   the pieces and advising on dressing with shape appropriate clothing” according to Tracey, style consultant for SWATHE,   and it just happened that a friend was in Bali for a holiday   who agreed to accompany me to the store and play ‘model’.     Firstly though a little about the fabrics, shapes and colors of whatTracey really is a  revolutionary styling and fitting system for women’s clothing, that as far as I know,   is not offered anywhere else in the world! Most pieces are a mix of linen/rayon and  elastane (perfect for holding in the naughty bits!) There are petticoats   cotton/with & skirts, pants, camisoles & corsets, with a variety of tops to play with. Some  p pieces are patterned in a paisley, some stripes, some  i items decorated with pretty bows & rosettes. Colors are   b black, navy, ecru & white, along with red as the best   a accent color.   T collection currently in-store represents a clean look  The  w which to me has an almost French country style feel, it’s   a good look and, it could be ‘your  l look’?! It’s the best mix and match  r range for maximum versatility, the   i idea is to play with the SWATHE   p pieces! Have fun dressing up which i is what Tracey did with friend Sue,   t there were some pieces that didn’t   fit so well, (these were due to Sue’s   naughty bits!) but after a while and when the concept hit, Sue   ended up looking more than a million dollars!   It’s a simple but clever technique and it’s just in the way these   contemporary and stylish pieces (made from the right fabric & cut) can ‘hide’ one’s figure faults,   a highlight ones best points at and   th same time. As one trudges around d from f h to t shop, h the shop  it becomes very clear that there are not enough stores  c catering for the large frame of the Western woman, and   it not necessarily for the over 30’s, there are loads of it’s  y younger females around, that shouldn’t be seen even in  a pair of shorts!     P Prices are most reasonable, and when you see  h how some of these pieces ‘work on the body’ holding all  ‘t ‘the bit’s in’ you will be most impressed to see yourself   lo looking back from the mirror, is that YOU!    S SWATHE offers a clever licensed concept store.  F For those who may be looking to partner in a business   o this nature, call either Tracey or John on the telephone of  n numbers below. A tried and true system is already in  p place to make the concept work, so here is your chance   be part of the fashion biz without all the hard yards of the manufacturing   to game, as the clothing range comes direct to you with even directions on how to   merchandise and display!   for retail & wholesale   SWATHE Jl Raya Kerobokan No 30C (6 shops north of Warisan on the same side)   Tracey hp: 085 738 329 360 John hp: 084 857 259 129 - franchise inquiries E: W:     For comments and inquiries, email:   Visit the website:  

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Moving Sale; Olympus SP550UZ digital camera. 7.1MP. JPEG, AVI. xD-2GBpicture card. Only together with original Olympus PT037 underwater housing. 40m depth. As new w/ original box and software. Bought in Singapore 6 months ago for US$890. Will sell for Rp. 4 Mio (fix). Please contact Michael 0812 395 1444. Sanur. [101] Moving Sale; Canon HG10 HD camcorder. Included WD-H43-wide-converter. Power Adapter. 40GB HD drive. LCD screen: 2.7in. MiniSDcard. Rp. 3 Mio (nego). For pics and info please call Michael 081 2395 1444. Sanur. [102]


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A Botswanan Miss Marple By Renee Thrope Alexander McCall Smith is coming to Ubud i n O c t o b e r. With this news, festival goers are about to be dazzled! Yes, Ubud’s charms will coax the best out of another world class storyteller. McCall Smith is the author of more than fifty books, but is probably best loved for his humorous series, The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency. It is simply impossible to speak of the man himself without praising the characters he’s given us in his serial novels. The New York Times Book Review has aptly called his lady detective Precious Ramotswe “the Miss Marple of Botswana.” She’s a serious minded soul with a knack for solving problems, who sold her father’s herd of cattle to set herself up in an unusual business for a woman of Gaborone. These delightful stories introduce the reader to a circle of supporting characters so true they fairly shimmer in wit and humanity. And McCall Smith writes them into vivid settings with simplicity and economy. Just one chapter into the series, and a reader can easily pretend intimate knowledge of the provincial towns just south of the vast Kalahari. Thorn trees emitting morning birdsong, a shop called Judgment Day Jewelers, dust and dogs and terrible roads are all part of the land Mma Ramotswe proudly calls home. We love her clear-headed (if highly unconventional) reasoning and near-flawless assessment of character just as much as we love the image of her rotund figure behind the wheel of her little white van. We cheer her on as McCall Smith fosters our respect for and interest in post-Protectorate Botswana. The author was raised in what used to be known as southern Rhodesia, so the settings and people he so acutely observed are embedded in his heart.

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Although there is not just one woman who inspired McCall Smith to create Precious Ramotswe, he often tells interviewers of one day seeing a stout, cheerful, take-charge African woman chasing down a backyard chicken for her kitchen table. This memorable vignette simmered in McCall Smith’s imagination for years, so that by the time he sat down to write, she “walked onto the page.” McCall Smith goes one creative step further for his many fans, by devoting part of his captivating website to a feature where readers pose questions to him and to Mma Ramotswe herself.

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This is a writer with infectious good (and very dry) humor, an optimistic eye for humanity, and the talent of an entertainer. Not so easy to believe he lectures at Edinburgh in Medical Law. In that beautiful city, so far removed from the parched lands of Mme Ramotswe, McCall Smith has created another memorable heroine, Mrs. Isabel Dalhousie. Though more formally educated than the lady sleuth of Botswana, the Scottish Mrs. Dalhousie doesn’t “get it right” all the time, the author tells us in his website. And that is a key part of the fun. McCall Smith tells viewers in an online video interview that he created her and her Sunday Philosophy Club so he could write more about the unique structures and scenes of the Scottish city he calls home. Dalhousie, he says, lives a vivid internal life. Walking down an Edinburgh street, she deeply ponders earlier moments witnessed there. This “highly textured life,” he suggests, is the kind of living most people desire.

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“We would like to live more intensely, we would like to live more passionately... every moment to be filled with that sort of color, feel , and immediacy of experience.” So Isabel Dalhousie’s adventures transport the reader to yet another fascinating locale. The author calls Edinburgh “a magnificent place, a rather exciting city. One of the great romantic cities of Europe.” Just the sort of armchair (or deck chair) travel on which a reader loves to embark! Festival founder and Director Janet de Neefe often asks her favorite visiting writers if a Bali story is brewing in their minds. Only time will tell if McCall Smith creates one, but he is prolific and inquiring enough to be able to deliver on that, Ibu Janet! McCall Smith’s website is an informative and lighthearted romp, the perfect pre-festival homework: http://www.

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Question: I am a 35-year old woman who has been married for 17 years. We have 2 boys ages 16 and 13. We have been going through a rough patch for quite a while now. About 4 years ago I had an affair, and my husband somehow managed to forgive me. I recently came across my ex-lover again, and the feelings came rushing back, so I started seeing him for a second time. Now I have come to realize that I love him, and I can’t stop thinking about him. The problem is that he thinks I’m separated from my husband, and I’m seriously thinking about leaving my husband for this man. I mean, I love my husband, but I’m just not in love with him. What should I do? I’m so confused. Dr. ZZ: You cannot have it both ways. You are going to have to choose. No one can tell you what to choose, but you need to pick one or the other, and you need to do it fast. When your boys find out that you have been messing around on their father for a second time -- and they will find out -- it is going to create some serious trust issues between you. Moreover, if you leave your husband for the other man, things won’t be all roses and passion forever -most likely not even for long. You are lying to these two men. Thus, chances are whatever you decide is NOT going to work out until you grow up and learn to deal with reality on reality’s terms. In my opinion, you would be better off ending the affair and telling your husband that the two of you need to get counseling together. Perhaps, with the help of therapy, you can work on ways to fall in love with each other again. Meanwhile, you need to stop thinking of your feelings as being outside you and something you can’t control. It’s time to take response-ability (the ability to respond) and start acting like an adult. Question: I have been married for 21 years to a woman who I love very much. We have three wonderful sons. About 5 years ago, I began to concentrate on my health and fitness. I exercise daily, I quit smoking 12 years ago, and I try to follow a very healthy diet. At 44 years old, I believe that I look and feel the best physically that I ever have. I have a good job, a nice home and a close and supportive family, but mentally I am not so good. I suffer from anxiety and panic disorder, and I’m on Paxil®. My problem is that my wife and I are drifting apart. We have different interests. She smokes, does not workout, and eats very unhealthy. Even though I discuss this with her she feels that she is fine. I hate the smell of the smoke. She is coughing all the time (I just heard her gagging upstairs). She sits outside on the lanai and smokes all the time. The problem is that she is not overweight and does not look a

day over 35. She is 43. I am downstairs in my office on the PC all night as well. We have sex maybe once a month. I try every night, but she is too tired and promises tomorrow. Recently, I met someone else who is married. She does not smoke, she works out, and she has a lot of the same interests as me. She is in love with her husband but has a few complaints. We are good friends and go out after work because we like talking and laughing. We communicate very well. We slipped one night and had to refrain as we are both married and love our spouses. I tried counseling with my wife last year and it worked for maybe a couple of weeks, but we both felt it was a little corny. I hate to see 21 years go out the window, but I am VERY unhappy, and I know that this is a major contributor to my anxiety, which started about 5 years ago too. Is a trial separation something to consider? Do I maybe need counseling alone? Dr. ZZ: The big question here is whether or not your wife knows how you feel. Have you said the same things to her that you have said in your email to me? It would be a mistake to take for granted that she understands the degree of frustration and unhappiness you are experiencing. Here are two possible scenarios. . . Senario #1: You have been tolerant for years. Your wife probably believes that you are still tolerant. The new friend, however, has given you ideas about leaving the marriage, and you want to do it gracefully. Thus, you may be becoming intolerant of your wife’s behavior in order to give yourself reason to leave. Senario #2: Your wife understands exactly how you feel, and she continues to ignore these issues. If so, I would ask why. Obviously, we hear only your side of the story in this format. If what you say is true, your wife must have reasons for ignoring the trouble, yeah? If these things just bounce off of her, it would seem as if she is not concerned about the marriage. Not even conversation? This suggests that it may take a trial separation in order for the two of you to get motivated enough to address the state of affairs. There may be other scenarios as well. I fail to understand what’s “corny” about counseling. Given your feelings, individual counseling for you may well help.

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UBUD HOLISTIC HEALING FUN DAY SUPPORTS JAPAN A day of entertainment, holistic classes and healing sessions at Taksu Spa this Sunday, May 29, will raise funds for medical and psychological relief work in Japan by Doctors without Borders. Taksu Spa & Restaurant and the Japan Bali Club host the event, with support from leading holistic and wellness practitioners. Participants attend their first inspiring class free of charge, then choose others at Rp 25,000 a session, including yoga, chi gong, Japanese mochi making, kirtan, Mayan calendar, dream enchantment, aikido, odissi dance, palmistry, tantric breathing, tarot and i ching cards, native American soul retrieval, crystal bowls & balls and kids eco games. Private healing and reading consultations, spa services and restaurant discounts, raffle p r i z e s t o o ! w w w. f a c e b o o k . c o m / TaksuSpaUbud. Jln. Gautama Selatan, Ubud. Reservations 0361-971 490. JAZZ CAFÉ REBORN




and bahasa, w i t h educationb a s e d activities created by international volunteers. Facilities include computers, indoor/outdoor playgrounds, a sleeping room, toys and a small library and children’s library. Cheaper than employing a babysitter and in some ways better for a child’s development, it is a great alternative for working parents. Cost Rp10.000.00 per day includes lunch, snack and drink. A pick up and drop off service is available from Rp 6.000 each way (Rp20.000 Ubud). Open 7.30am-4.30pm or later, at Rp 5.000/ hour till 8pm. Overtime money given directly to staff. Ph: 0361 9008181 or 0361 9008182. Jalan Ayani, Denpasar, just off Gatot Subroto at the Ubud/ Sanur end. RYOSHI DUA IN UBUD

Nice one Jazz Café! A simple, effective revamp to the popular jazz and blues resto has taken the place to a whole new stylish level. The new bar is gorgeous - with the lyrics to a Louis Armstrong favorite splashed across it - the stage is in a much better position for musicians and diners, and there’s lots more room for dancing. Glass front and back walls keep the cool, air-conditioned air inside and the smokers out, in their outdoor smoking area. The same great “chilled” feeling, with new comfy lounge sofas and more quiet bale seats in the garden. Delicious Indian and Spanish tapas added to the menu, with happy hours 6 to 8pm every night except Monday and all night on Thursdays. Still one of the best live venues in Bali. Email: info@jazzcafebali. com or phone/ fax: +62 361 976 594. KEEP IT SIMPLE – SMART MOVE Visit a lovely little lunch spot on Jl Raya Sanggingan; the name says it all - Warung Simple. The décor is simple, with slatted wood panels and paintings by local artists covering up a basic concrete structure. And the menu is simple, cheap and very tasty. Every day the warung serves Soto Ayam and Ayam Goreng/ Bakar, then for each day of the week, we are offered one or two other “Specials”. For example on Monday there’s laksa “Simple” or gado gado, Tuesday is vegetarian, Thursday’s offerings are nasi goreng hijau and bubur ayam, and my favourite, sop buntut /ox-tail soup, on Saturday. Home made recipes with no MSG. Hot and cold drinks, plus beer. Delivery service, 0813 5382 3603. CRECHE, CHILDCARE KINDERGARTEN

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Smart move from the Ryoshi restaurant team, to open up a second delicious Japanese Ryoshi in Ubud, just next door to Bebek Bengil at the southern end of Jl Hanoman. Unlike its bigger brother on Jl Raya Ubud, or the one with a music venue upstairs on Jl Raya Seminyak, this Ryoshi premises is small and intimate, with only a few tables outside and one non-smoking area, seating 30 or so, inside. The conversion from the site’s previous fast-food outlet is pleasantly done, with some lovely pieces of old furniture and interesting Japanese art of the walls. From the extensive menu of Japanese cuisine, we sampled ozoni, a delicious clear fish soup, California rolls, some grilled eel sushi and an unusual but interesting “traditional Japanese style” dessert, kinako tofu. Reservations: Ph. 0361-977 195. GHOSTS AND HELPFUL LOCALS Silly me, I rented a different brand of motor bike, the petrol gauge worked differently and – all excuses aside – I ran out of petrol late at night on my way home, just outside the cemetery in Desa Kutuh on Jl Tirta Tawar. Many thanks to 27y.o. Made, from the internet café just south of the cemetery/ Ubud Fitness corner. Driving past a cemetery at midnight is very low on the “preferred list of things to do” for a Balinese person, but despite that – and travelling in convoy with his friend on a second bike, for protection from ghosts – he gave me a ride all the way home to Junjungan and kept my bike safe till the morning. Thanks Made. NO MORE MOZZIES? A friend of mine had a great idea for an antimosquito fogging business here in Ubud. But she got distracted and it hasn’t happened yet. Meanwhile I can recommend the “Mozzie Clicker”, which reduces the pain and inflammation from mosquito and other insect bites, by clicking it against the skin on top of the bite. This little green zapper is available in Australia at camping stores; or you can buy it online and get it delivered (search Mozzie Clicker). The latest product in the range is an oval-shaped badge that pins on the outside of clothing, and when turned on makes the same high-pitched whining sounds as the female mosquito, and so turns others away. It has a 3 metre effective radius – fine for even the most restless sleeper – and you can set it for 4, 8 or 12 hours, after which it turns off to save the battery. Excellent, non-invasive insect protection. For more info, sms 081337 290 712. E-MAIL: BAUBUDNEWS@GMAIL.COM COPYRIGHT © 2011 WAYAN JEN YOU CAN READ ALL PAST ARTICLES OF UBUD NEWS AT WWW. BALIADVERTISER.BIZ

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By Dawn Chorus

Aqua Sculpting & Breakfast Retreat (Monday to

p poetry, journalism,

strongly recommend making a day trip. For school field trips


songwriting and

this is the perfect place to visit as it ties in nicely with units on

p prose.

plants for all ages. A minimum of 3 people are needed for the

For those of you who are flexible with time and don’t have to

guided tours. The center also holds regular workshops and

rush off to a day job then I think that this is the perfect start to

T This is great news for

has six spacious guest rooms. Check out the website too for

the day. This workout develops strength, flexibility and body

In Indonesia. Let’s hope

further information as words don’t do this center justice.

awareness and is also suitable for people with injuries as it is

that more of those rich th

a water based workout. Through core-stability work, this

stories that are

stimulates blood circulation, lymphatic drainage as well as

passed on verbally through generations and new books are

Where : Jalan Melati No. 2, Banjar Bindu, Mambal

shaping and firming. After the workout, a healthy breakfast

published to enable us to gain a greater insight into culture and

Contact : 898 8384

follows. In just a few days you’ll begin to see a difference and

life in Indonesia through quality literature and different genres.


: IDR30,000 guided tour

Bali – Junior Golf Tournament Series 4 (29 May)

because the workout is done in the water, it doesn’t place unnecessary strain on joints. What a great way to work out in

Where : Serambi Arts Antida, Jl Waribang No. 32, Sanur

such a superb location!

Contact :

This is for youngsters and it is great to see events lined up for kids and young adults. It’s off to an early game with the 6.30


: 8.30 am to 9.30 am

Where : Cocoon Beach Club, Jl Double Six, Blue Ocean

Jiwa Damai Organic Garden and Retreat Centre

AM shotgun start. The games are divided into boys and girls


divisions with the participants at 15 to 17, 13 to 14, 11 to 12 and ten years of age and under. Games include 18 holes and

Terrace Contact : 731266

The Elysian - High Tea and Cooking Class

I recently visited this organic garden and it was a wonderful

3 holes. All your child needs to have to join in is a love of golf.

experience, so much so that I felt it necessary to recommend a

It’s a great way to encourage young people and children to get

visit. It’s like taking a trip back

involved. It’s also going to be a great day out with lunch in-

in time to a tranquil, peaceful

cluded in this beautiful part of the island.

With all the hype and pomp of the Royal Wedding, high tea

place and reconnecting with

seems only fitting with such traditions as we have all witnessed

nature in bygone days in

When : from 6.30 am

over the last few weeks. This British tradition centuries old can

contrast to the south of Bali


be experienced at the Elysian with sweet and savoury delights

with all the concrete struc-

to munch on. The cost is reasonable too at IDR75,000++ in

tures springing up in every

such a beautiful setting. That’s not all either. Every Thursday

roadside vacant plot. It’s

evening there’s a four course lobster banquet with mouth

about a 45 minute drive from

watering seafood starters, freshly caught lobster cooked West-

Kerobokan and 20 minutes

ern or Balinese style and raspberry and vanilla panna-cotta to

from Ubud. On arrival we

finish with. The cost is IDR 375.000++.

received a warm welcome and found ourselves transported into a sanctuary with lush,

There’s also an oportunity to develop your Balinese cooking

tropical vegetation in abundance. We took a tour of the gardens

skills. Often with visitors its difficult to keep them entertained

which began by watching a man climb up a tree to retrieve some

for days at a time and a friend mentioned that she would send

coconuts which we sampled.

them to a Balinese cooking class. I think that this is always one of the best introductions to a culture through food and

We then walked through the coconut and banana groves and

cooking and certainly a great way to begin to learn the

into the vegetable and herb gardens where I vowed to start to

language. Chef Banjaro will take you into the heart of Balinese

grow my own herbs. The guides were informative and provided

cooking styles and daily life beginning with a trip to a

lots of information about the plants and trees in the gardens

traditional market with an opportunity to bargain for the

Where : Nirwana Bali Golf Club, Jl Raya Tanah Lot, Kediri, Tabanan Contact : 771791

Sea Circus – Karaoke Night (Tuesdays) If you like karaoke then this is the place to go. Go along and sing to karaoke classics and the best performer gets a free cocktail. More to the point, go along for a fun filled Tuesday evening! Where : Jl Kayu Aya No 22 Contact : 738667

Warisan – live music

five star restaurant in town. It was also isolated and far away

learn all about using the right amount of spices to create the

from the main areas of Dyana Pura, Legian and Kuta, way

superb flavours that are unique to Balinese dishes.

before the sunset road was even a limestone construction. However, I was plesantly surprised upon my return. Warisan

: IDR 1.500.000++ for two (cooking classes)

has maintained its quality and ambience and I enjoyed dining

Where : Jl Sari Dewi No. 18, Seminyak

in the courtyard beneath the stars. However, I am scheduling

Contact : 730999

Warisan as they have added live music to their menu of entertainment every Saturday evening. Lisa Soul and Band play

The Emerging Writer’s Festival (27 – 29 May) This event is in conjunction with the Ubud Readers and

(includes lunch)

I remember Warisan years ago when it was perhaps the only

freshest of ingredients. On your return to the kitchen you will


: 18 holes IDR300,000 3 holes IDR100,000

jazz and soul classics to spice up the evening and get you in making it an ideal educational trip for schools. We finished with

the mood for the night ahead!

Writers Festival but is aimed at new talents. It is sure to become

a picnic sampling organic foods from the garden in the dining

the biggest gathering of young and talented writers featuring

area by the lotus ponds. We enjoyed a morning there but there’s


different genres of writing including blogs, comics, screenwriting,

a super swimming pool too which looked very inviting so I would

Where : Jl Raya Kerobokan, No. 38, Seminyak

: 9.30 pm – 11 –pm

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Vertical Gardening

I have had quite a few queries recently about vertical gardening, and where to start? Vertical gardens are a great way to fill a garden with a range of plants growing in a small space. They are not only visually pleasing, but space saving and efficient as well. A vertical garden can create a patch of nature in places where man removed it, facilitate edible plants in tight spaces, and function as living art within your own home. The trend began with the landscape architecture community designing gardens for the interior and exterior of office buildings and hotels, and has now spread to the development within people’s home gardens. These gardens are popular not just for their beauty but also have the ability to purify and freshen the air when constructed indoors. In this day and age of efficiency, people are downsizing and moving to smaller living spaces, usually having a smaller garden or courtyard as a result. Garden designers are always looking for new ways to create attractive gardens in these restricted spaces. You may already have some form of vertical garden without even realizing it. Simple examples of a vertical garden would include growing plants in hanging baskets, or hanging orchids on trees, or walls. In the average vegetable garden, plants such as tomatoes and climbing beans are good examples of vertical growing greatly increasing the capacity to produce vegetables from a small plot. Ivy growing up and over walls is another good example of vertical gardening, and the picturesque exterior of the centre court at the Wimbledon Tennis Club quickly comes to mind. Of course the most famous vertical garden was developed thousands of years ago. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were huge hanging gardens that cascaded down from the Babylon towers, though it is still debated whether they were developed for aesthetics or efficiency, probably both in my opinion. On the other hand the terraced rice paddies of Bali are a sort of vertical garden that were primarily developed for reasons of functional efficiency, yet are seemingly admired more for their stunning visual beauty! The basic idea for vertical gardening is the concept of increasing your horizontal garden space by growing plants vertically. The advantage of a vertical garden is that it’s so narrow you could construct it in a courtyard and not lose space. Gardens such as these can be used indoors to cover an entire wall. Used in an outdoor garden, they can be positioned as screens or hung on existing boundary walls. Plants should be selected carefully to give a contrast of colours and textures, creating beautiful swathes of living nature. Increased air quality, a cooler environment, suppression of noise, and a tranquil ambience are all benefits of having a vertical garden. Vertical Gardens increase planting space and incoming sunlight by going up and spreading out. A simple way to start a vertical garden is to grow vines along fences or hedges. This way you have a ready-made trellis that will support the vines. You can even train vines on trees, as long as they are not shaded too much. A favorite technique of mine for many years has been to grow passion fruit vines up from the base of a large palm tree. The passion fruit will grow up and around the trunk of the palm, and you have this amazing contrast of the bright green foliage and fruit that draws your eye up towards the sky. It also saves you the effort of constructing a support for the vine. As you can see vertical gardening can make use of existing living plants as structures within your garden.

For the home gardener the concept of vertical gardens is relatively new, and there is still much trial and error involved in finding the best methods to make these gardens work. An easy option for making your own vertical garden is to get some lattice and attach it to a vertical structure. Alternatively you could just use a wall or fence or to support the vines. You could even construct your own lattice or trellis from bamboo or some other light timber. If you do it yourself don’t worry so much about the appearance of the lattice or trellis that you build, as it will be covered by plants in time, as long as it is functional and does the job of supporting the plants. At the base of the lattice, plant a creeping vine that will grow up, and you can also hang baskets at varying heights. Planting fruit and vegetables that grow on vines is a good idea as you will have the contrast of the foliage, flowers and the ripening fruit. Growing choko, passion fruit, cucumbers or tomatoes are just a few fruit and vegetables that spring to mind. Obviously you wouldn’t try growing a watermelon vine up a wall, but if you figure out how to do it, please let me know how! Select your plants according to the site conditions of your vertical garden. If indoors, plants that are adapted to shade should be selected If that’s too much effort for you, simply plant ivy or star jasmine in the ground at the base of a fence or wall. These plant that will grow up and spread quickly covering the whole wall even without a lattice in place, they have tendrils that will suck themselves onto the wall. Vines grown vertically are artful all by themselves. They twist and meander up the wall, and their tendrils reach and spiral. With a little pruning they can be guided to achieve beautiful form and function. Even inside the home, a relatively easy yet stunning design would be to grow orchids on the walls of an open air bathroom that receives diffused sunlight. This combined with the humidity of the bathroom provides ideal growing conditions. Alternatively you can buy many types of pre-fabricated modules that are either freestanding or attach to a wall, with built in pots or containers for planting. The concept is a way to build soil that goes up a wall and offers a footing for plant roots. Water washes down the wall and allows the plant to grow up the wall vertically as if it were a planting area on the ground. But before you get too excited you had better know these modules are not cheap. A simple way of making your own green wall is to get some lattice and attach it to a wall. Then find a coat hanger, bend the edges, and wrap it over a pot planted with something light such as a philodendron, orchid, or fern. Then use the wire hanger to attach the pot to the lattice. You can continually refine and improve as you go along. This, pots on a lattice type planting means you get a green wall effect, it’s very simple but it is something that anybody could do within their own home. The results look stunning. As living areas become smaller, we want to use every bit of space that we can, actually increasing greenery in smaller spaces. So you too may end up growing vertically, it certainly makes weeding much easier!

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MONEY MATTERS by Colin Bloodworth

SO MONEY REALLY DOES GROW ON TREES Figuratively speaking that is! As small investors struggle with the vagaries of the financial markets and the falling value of paper money many are turning to ‘real assets’ as a means of preserving their wealth. Real estate is certainly a ‘real’ asset but owning too much can also be a liability and when you need cash in a hurry. Other real assets are gold, oil and other natural resources including products from agricultural land and forests for which there is an endless demand. BUT WHAT IS HAPPENING TO THE ENVIRONMENT? There is much debate on the negative impact of irresponsible agricultural developments. Every day an area of rainforest the size of New York City disappears, Indonesia being responsible for much of this. Throughout South East Asia we are seeing pristine forests that stood for millions of years being replaced by vast palm oil plantations. There is certainly big money involved but I don’t think the average investor wishes to be part of the destruction, especially if products that can feed people are being converted to other uses such as fuel. But it doesn’t have to be this way as there are investment opportunities that can produce high returns and at the same time help to create a greener planet. BAMBOO – THE WONDER PLANT In pre-historic times bamboo would grow to heights of over 85 meters. It is still the fastest growing plant on the planet. It has a tensile strength capacity stronger than most steel. In recent years the harvesting of hardwood has become more and more a challenge as forests become depleted and environmental concerns grow. Fortunately bamboo offers a viable alternative. Every part of the bamboo plant has a value. Trunks are used for flooring, construction and furniture, midsections can be woven into mats and food can be produced from the shoots. The sawdust created during milling can be used to make high grade paper. Even bamboo bed sheets are being promoted in the Bali Advertiser. As for the contribution of bamboo to the environment, it reduces erosion as its roots and falling leaves absorb 90 percent of rainwater compared to between 35 to 40 percent by other trees. Bamboo forests provide habitat for wildlife. They also function as the lungs of the earth as they absorb far more carbon dioxide than other trees covering a similar area. Apart from investing directly in bamboo products it is now possible to invest financially in bamboo via a managed forestry fund. Typically you would purchase a minimum of 50 clumps. It doesn’t sound a lot until you realise that a single clump can produce 15 kilometres of marketable wood! The purchase price would include the forestry management charge and you could expect a rising income every year from the fourth year up to the fifteenth year from the regular harvesting of the wood. Returns are projected from 15% to 20% per annum, although as with all investments projections should not be automatically assumed. The world market for bamboo is currently valued at $10 billion. This is expected to reach $20 billion by 2015. AGARWOOD – A RESIN WORTH MORE THAN ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD In the forests of South East Asia, including Indonesia, an evergreen known as the Aquilaria tree grows. Roughly 1% will become infected by a fungus which spreads from deep in the heart of the wood. As a result of natural resistance to the fungus, a thick dark brown resinous core is formed. The resin is known as Agarwood which for centuries has been one of the most prized and valued aromatic resins in the world. The resin is used for medicinal purposes, as an additive in up-market brands of cosmetics, in aromatherapy and in religious ceremonies. It is so valuable that farmers would cut down 100 trees to find the one containing Agarwood. Fortunately this destruction is no longer necessary as the trees can now be scientifically injected so that every one produces high quality Agarwood.

The technique has been patented so that it is used only by qualified and selected forest management companies. This solution is a win for nature, a win for man and a win for investors. Planting to harvesting is a seven year process so it has to be seen as a medium to long term investment. The rewards can be significant however as returns can exceed 20% per annum. It is possible to buy semi-mature trees and there is also a mutual fund option with a minimum three-year term. Investors with one producer may visit the plantation by arrangement with the management company. So you are free to go and talk to your trees if the mood takes you.

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JATROPHA – THE BIODIESEL ‘MIRACLE’ TREE We are all feeling the effects (or at least we would be if petrol was not still heavily subsidized in Indonesia!) of rising oil prices. Political unrest in the Middle East adds further urgency to the need to find alternative energy sources. There are some very clean alternatives such as geothermal, wind turbines and solar energy. The capital investment required however is still high in terms of the immediate returns. Nuclear energy is also considered a ‘clean’ alternative but the recent disaster in Japan has shown the fragility of our defenses against nature and how devastating can be the effects of a nuclear accident. Which leaves us with biofuels, the conversion of plants or their derivatives to a usable fuel. The problem here is that large tracts of land are required to produce the volumes of fuel that are needed. Worse, most of the plants that can be converted are also plants that feed populations, such as corn and soy. Fortunately there is an option that can help to meet energy needs without destroying forests and depriving people of food. The option is Jatropha, a plant that can grow in the most miserable of soils and in any warm climate, whether tropical or arid. It can survive on as little as 200mm of rain per year. The fruit of the plant is poisonous, so cannot be used as food. Its seeds contain up to 40% oil which can easily be processed into high grade diesel fuel. The quality has already been demonstrated in trials by several airlines, including Air New Zealand. Another benefit is that the processing requires a large labour force which is good news for developing countries. One of the most favoured locations is Kenya which has the ideal climate and a ready workforce. Yet another plus factor is that greenhouse gas emissions are reduced since the fuel burns much more cleanly than conventional fossil fuels. Jatropha is not limited to the production of fuel. Other by-products include high quality paper, soap, cosmetics, cough medicine and fertilizer. Returns from an investment can begin after as little as two years.

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SO GOING GREEN CAN BE A WIN-WIN FOR ALL As US President Obama said: “The next generation will not be held hostage to energy sources from the last century.” But it doesn’t mean we have to be poorer as a result. There are clearly opportunities for those who are prepared to step outside the box of conventional asset classes. It should not be seen as a substitute for basic financial instruments including traditional pension and savings plans, but for those who already have these in place there are potentially high returns and the knowledge that their investments will contribute to a greener planet. Colin Bloodworth has worked as a financial adviser in Indonesia since 1992 and is now Director of PPI Indonesia, based in Jakarta. He visits Bali regularly and can be contacted for advice at indonesia@ or or 021 3004 8024.

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Ubud Organic Farmers Market Organic, natural & healthy - home grown & home made - lots of fresh organic veggies, healthy skin care, incense, mosquito & bug spray, jamu kunyit, healing plants, specialty breads & desserts, organic rice & tofu, dried fruits, wheat grass juice, healthy food books, organic free range eggs, organic vegetable seeds, cacoa, vinegar, sea salt, soy milk, tortillas, coffee, teas, honey & so much more - it’s a great place to meet friends, great karma, great support of local committed independent small farmers & businesses. Every Saturday 9:30 - 2 at Pizza Bagus in Pengosekan. Unity Unity in diversity, Interfaith Understanding, One Earth - One Sky One Humankind, those are our visions to build World Peace. National Integration Movement (NIM), Forum Kebangkitan Jiwa (FKJ) and Anand Krishna Centre Denpasar gather every Saturday at 5.30 PM at Bom Bali Monument, Legian, Kuta to pray together, turning Ground Zero into Ground for Peace. We invite all to celebrate Interfaith Understanding, World Peace and Harmony with us. We are Family! L’Ayur Veda Bastian 743 2097. Vipassana Meditation Vipassana Meditation (by Goenkaji) group sitting every Wednesday at 18.30. Villa Serenity Reception: 0361-747 4625, Daniel Hp:081 138 5134. Jalan Nelayan Gang Dolphin, Banjar Canggu (turn left 500m. Before Hotel Tugu), Kuta Bali. E-mail: < id>, <>. Indonesia Wisnu Foundation For information about how you can recycle or about our activities & projects. Call 735 320 Pak Suarnata or Denik. Windsurfing / Kitesurfing Club Sanur Windsurfing club in Sanur to share the passion for this sport. For more information come to see us at Sanur Beach Hotel or visit our web page <>. You can also call for free Wind & Wave information in Sanur at 288 011 extension Blue Oasis. Yakkum Bali Project Yakkum Bali Project is a non-government organisation concerned with the rehabilitation of children and young adults who are physically disabled, offering training courses to enable them to become independent, both physically and mentally. For enquiries and support, contact Latra on Hp. 0812 399 0701 or <yakkum_bali@>. Yayasan BAWA (Bali Animal Welfare Association) Not for profit organization assisting Bali street dogs, offer free sterilization, vaccination, treatments and advice on animal care. Education programs held at local schools. Emergency ambulance also available 24hrs. For further information or to make donations

please contact Klinik Hewan Ubud 0361 981490, Janice +62 361 977217 or +62 361 8564760. Email <>. Yayasan CIMD Supporting children with sponsorship to continue their education, opportunities for children with learning problems and organizing an extra program available for their friends and all the children from community. Medical programs based on actual needs; efficient and adequate. Reorientation and rehabilitation for persons with special needs. CIMD works closely together with other social organizations. For more information, visit our website <> Yayasan GUS Established in 2002, Yayasan GUS is a non profit organization, dedicated to improving Bali’s environment. Vision: Improve the environment of Bali. Mission: Work together with stakeholders to reduce environment pollution. GUS Activites: Beach Clean Up, Education Project, Non Toxic Pest Control, Public Toilet, Rubbish Bins, Environment Movies, Environment Events, Free Consultations. Legian 138 Kuta Bali. Telp. 62-361-759 323. Fax 62-361-767 654. <www.gus-bali. org>, <>. YKIP (Yayasan Kemanusian Ibu Pertiwi) YKIP is a charity dedicated to improving the lives of all those who live on Bali but with a focus on health and education. Amongst other projects YKIP has established a medical library at Udayana University and together with YKIDS runs a scholarship fund for the semi-orphans from the Bali Bomb. We are also working on a number of projects with local NGOs. For further information, see <> or email <> or call us on 759 544. Yayasan Senang Hati A centre for physically challenged Balinese where they can meet and make friends, learn or share skills like painting, woodcarving, sandal making and practise English and computer skills. A gallery displays and sells works produced by the members. The centre is organized by the members themselves with some help from foreign volunteers and is located at Jl. Sasi Brata, Br. Tengah in Tampaksiring (near to the market). Contact: Putu Suriati, tel./ fax (0361) 974 872 or email: <>. Yayasan Kemanusiaan Indonesia / The John Fawcett Foundation In Bali 25,000 people are cataract blind, but are too poor to pay for an operation. Indonesia-wide, this figure is more than 3 million. Hundreds of children from poor families have cleft lips and palates. Many, many desperately ill children suffer unnecessarily because their parents cannot afford medical treatment for them. Yayasan Kemanusiaan Indonesia helps people in the lower socio-economic group free of charge with sight-restoring cataract operations, cleft

lip and palate operations and medical treatment. But we can’t do all this without your support. For information on how to donate, see our website: <> or contact our office at Jalan Pengembak 16, Blanjong, Sanur, Bali. Tel (0361) - 270 812, fax (0361) - 287 707, email: <>. Yayasan Metropoli Indonesia Non-Profit Organisation working for art & cultural project for the children in the Karangasem Regency. Co-operation system with the village, banjar, or local NGO in the community. 8 branches so far. Free courses of artistic expressions: dance, gamelan, painting, Balinese language, traditional weaving, etc. Monday-Sunday, around 14.00 to 18.00. Other projects: mobile library & cine-club. Open for book donation. Phone/fax 0363 22600, mobile 081 337 143 228, email <> Yayasan Senyum Bali Yayasan Senyum Bali-health care for people with cranio-facial disabilities. Facilities operations for cleft lip and palate and other cranio-facial deformities, due to birth defects, accidents, or tumuors. We help poor people from Bali, Lombok and further east, we raise funds for operations whether in Bali or Adelaide at the Australian Cranio-Facial Unit. We also work to build local skills, technology, and capacity through training and development. For further information see : <>. Or contact us at : <yayasansenyum@yahoo.> or fax (0361) 233 758. Yayasan Sjaki-Tari-Us Yayasan Sjaki-Tari-Us has the purpose to support, counsel and accompany children with a mental disability in their development and participation to society. Located at the soccer field in Ubud, we have play-learning groups for young children and daily activities for young adults. We establish this by mobilising Dutch resources, knowledge and expertise and put it to the disposal of parents, teachers, counsellors and other interested people on Bali. Our mission is to transfer the resources in that way, that they can apply and transfer this themselves in the future. Contact: sjakitarius.bali@, Monkey Forest Road, Sebelah lapangan sepak bola. Ubud, Bali, +62 (0) 813 5718 1122. Yayasan ‘SO’ High 5 Rehab Foundation High 5 rehab ‘So’ is a rehabilitation and education centre for physically handicapped Balinese children. Our goal is to let the Balinese handicapped children of Bali be part of society. We achieve our goal by providing physiotherapy and education for free. If you know any child that is in need of physical help, please contact us at 036 2700 1597 for a consult. You can visit us in Dusun Banyualit, Desa Kalibukbuk, Lovina, Singaraja. You can also be part of this project by donating to the foundation. For more information please visit <>

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“King Jimmy Hits a Snag” God’s a pretty clever fellow isn’t he. Sorry, no, that’s not right is it? Is it he or she? This is important, it isn’t some mere earthly matter of political correctness, oh no, this is at a much higher level than that, this is a matter of divine correctness.

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I suppose God is above all those bodily gender issues, none of that male - female stuff for H(er)im, but how do you refer to a gender free God, it seems a bit disrespectful to refer to The Almighty as “it.” How would you address God? Is it “Your Holy Highness” or perhaps “Your Almightyness.”


Whatever, the Creator was pretty clever making all that stuff (everything we know about really) out of what? According to the bible just a bit of ether. Surely (s)he had a bit more to work with than that. Anyway it is interesting to note that God started off by making Heaven and Earth. The next thing (s)he made was......

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Ah! now here we have a bit of a problem, there appears to have been a translation error. The 3rd verse of Genesis in the King James translation of the bible says: And God said “Let there be light” and there was light. King Jimmy had engaged 47 translators who, armed with copies of the “Ye Oxforde Anciente Hebrew to Olde Englishe” dictionary, were translating the precious text word by word. It was a slow job and, after 6 weeks and only 2 verses, they hit a snag. Technical terms they didn’t understand, they thought they’d consult an expert. Of course in those days Jimmy’s Royal Nuclear Physicist, Ebenezer Shufflebottom, was still struggling to understand the suspension of hop particles in pints of Ruddles best bitter and so, when asked one very dark night to cast his eye over the new translation of that crucial biblical 3rd verse, he was heard to respond “let there be light,” and before he could follow with those immortal words “I can’t see a bleeding thing” they had gone, translation in hand. In fact the translation should have read: And God said “Let there be electromagnetic radiation” and there was electromagnetic radiation. Last week we talked about electro magnetism and the part it plays in generating and using electricity, a couple of weeks before that we were looking at why Nuclear Power stations make bad neighbours. This week we will look at something related to both, something that we are all surrounded by, enveloped in and even penetrated by. Something that makes life possible as we know it. No I am not talking about horizontal leisure activities or even Dunkin Donuts, I am talking about electro magnetic radiation.

1 Hz = 1 Hertz or one cycle per second. 1 khz = kilohertz or 1,000 cycles per second, 1 MHz = Megahertz or 1,000,000 cycles per second 1 GHz = Gigahertz or 1,000,000,000 (American billion) cycles per second, 1 THz = Terahertz or 1,000,000,000,000 (British billion, American trillian) cycles per second 1 PHZ = Petahertz or 1,000,000,000,000,000 cycles per second 1 EHz = Exahertz or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 (British trillion) cycles per second

“Oh no” I hear you think, not another boring diatribe that even Albert Einstein would find somewhat tedious. Well I’m sorry, sit down, take a deep breath and prepare to be tedied.

If we look at the above table we see how important electromagnetic radiation is to our daily lives. I ask you, how could normal life continue without the humble remote control? We can also see that there are two important change points as the frequency increases.

Let us start by imagining that Albert Einstein is standing on the side of a pond. If he throws a pebble into the pond and, while he is contemplating whether e=mc2 is valid when applied to the curdling of milkshakes, he notices that the stone splashing into the water causes a disturbance which forms waves that radiate out in an ever widening circles from the centre and splash over his foot. At any point the water moves up and down while the waves travel horizontally across the surface of the water.

The first is when the frequency reaches microwave frequencies. At these frequencies the electromagnetic radiation is powerful enough to start molecules of water and fat vibrating which produces heat. By blasting microwaves through our food it cooks it right through and this is, of course, why grandma should not put her cat in the microwave, it dries the cat out but also has a tendency to boil its blood and cook its innards at the same time.

If we have bigger waves the distance between their crests (the wavelength) is longer while the speed at which they travel across the water remains the same. Now imagine if we make the waves very, very small, as the size of each wave gets smaller the number of waves (the frequency) increases. Sound, of course, works in this way. At night the friendly greeting from that dog next door creates a very welcome disturbance to our sleep but in this case, rather than ripples in water, it creates ripples of high and low pressure in the air. These ripples hit our ear as sound. As we all know sound travels at a fixed speed of 340.29 metres per second (that’s pretty quick, in fact it’s nearly as fast as a Legian money changer can remove the money from your wallet). Big ripples make deep sounds and, if the ripples get smaller, as the distance between them gets shorter so the number that hit our poor long suffering ear drums every second (the frequency) increases and the sound we hear is higher pitched. Yes I know, we all know this and my grandmother learned to suck eggs some time ago. But now let us consider the same effect with electromagnetic energy. The photon is the basic unit of light and all other forms of electromagnetic radiation. It is thought to be either a subatomic particle or a discrete bundle of electromagnetic (light) energy. This stuff is not fully understood and even Einstein got a headache thinking about it, the stress turned his hair curly. Photons behave like particles but they also behave like waves of energy and they carry electromagnetic force. The energy and momentum that photons exert depends on the frequency of their waves. Just like sound, electromagnetic energy travels at a fixed speed (the speed of light) a mere 186,282 miles per second which, believe it or not, is even faster than that ever so friendly Legian money changer can remove the money from your wallet. In our daily lives we are constantly being bombarded by waves of electromagnetic force, most of these waves are harmless while others can certainly give us a bad day. It is all determined by the frequency of the waves, the more frequent and the more penetrating and destructive. Different forms of electromagnetic radiation are known by different names but in fact are just different frequencies of the same thing. The following table indicates different forms of electromagnetic radiation and what we use them for:

This tendency for microwaves to “cook” things is why there are concerns about microwave communication towers and has also lead people to believe that mobile phones and the microwaves they transmit next to your head can affect your brain. It is known that microwaves can cause cataracts. It is understandable why people who work on aircraft carrier decks wear protective suits to protect them from the powerful microwaves of the radars on both the planes and the aircraft carrier itself. It is a good idea to keep away from microwave ovens while using them. You might also like to note that microwaves travel through things like paper, wood, plastics, flesh, etc. but not through metal. The second change point is far more sinister. It is the point where electromagnetic radiation is powerful enough to break down molecular structures. The lower end of this frequency band is where we get into Ultra Violet (UV) light which can damage living cells and of course causes skin cancer. UV is used to sterilise water (by killing cells). It also breaks down polymers in plastics which is why plastics, paints and varnishes deteriorate in full sunlight. Protection of plastics is achieved by adding colour pigments that block the UV light. Grey gutters and plumbing pipes have pigment added and are UV resistant. UV also has the ability to agitate teenagers in discotheques. Above UV we get into X-Rays and we all know about the dangers of them. At frequencies above this we start getting into the real nasty stuff, gamma radiation. As a final piece of useless information for budding quizzmasters full sunshine consists of 52.7 % infrared radiation, 44.5% visible light and 3.2% ultraviolet radiation. Incidentally, I suspect that the word “light” was possibly not the only questionable translation in the world’s most printed book, perhaps we should look at the story of Eve being tempted by an apple. It is a little known fact that the word for “apple” in ancient hebrew is very similar to the word for “new handbag”.

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Rujak – Where can I get it? If you want to try the real deal in a local setting, there are two options in Bali: the Javanese or the Balinese. Javanese sellers are normally young lads who sell rujak buah (mixed fruit) as mobile street vendors (kaki lima). They’re easy to spot since they boast a large glass case that displays all the fresh fruit (pineapples, young mangoes, cucumbers, bengkoang, kedongdong) that can be mixed to create their spicy salads. They use a pre-prepared mixture of palm sugar, salt and tamarind which is simply poured over the fruit. Balinese sellers make rujak at a warung (a tiny convenience store that sells anything from local snacks to petrol), a small kiosk or simply at a table in front of their houses. The set-up is make-shift with a small wooden table, a tin roof and a couple of buckets for washing the dishes. They mix the ingredients on the spot on a mortar and serve the rujak in ceramic bowls. You can also get a takeaway in a plastic bag. Since the Balinese sellers mix the ingredients fresh per order, it’s likely that the taste will also be fresher. An added bonus is that you can sit down and listen in on all the local gossip, if your Indonesian or Balinese is good enough. Hanging out at a rujak kiosk is a fine way to get to know the local people and feel the pace of traditional life first hand. If it’s your first time eating rujak, be warned – it can be a little hard on the stomach. Also, since most rujak sellers set up their kiosks in pretty ‘basic’ conditions, the hygiene standards may be a little dubious. You could always try making it at home and there are numerous recipes online. In West Java, rujak is called ‘asinan’. Rujak is such an institution in Indonesia that it has been made into a Javanese gamelan piece – I have the cassette lying around somewhere – it’s called Rujak Jeruk and has the most wonderfully kitsch cover art… Vaughan Hatch has immersed himself with Balinese culture, living with locals in Bali since 1997. He speaks fluent Indonesian and Balinese, and is unashamedly addicted to playing gamelan. A linguistic, archaeology and publishing graduate, he works for indOKiwi ‘linguistic and cultural solutions’ in Sanur. Email him on or call (0361) 464201 for further queries. Copyright © Kulture Kid 2011 You can read all past articles of Kulture Kid at C/BM/I-18 May 11


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Update CP Royal Steakhouse is a rarity in Bali. Whilst almost every Bali restaurant sells steak, almost none of them actually specialize in it. CP Royal Steakhouse adjoins Ubud’s very popular upmarket late night drinking spot, CP Lounge, just off Jln. Monkey Forest, near the football ground. The restaurant has a relaxed feel to it, overlooking its own mini rice paddies, and is open for lunch and dinner, every day. Tuna and Beef Carpaccios are found on many menus in Bali and they are here as well but there is also a Lamb Carpaccio, thin slices from the loin, pepper crusted and marinated in a mint and sweet basil pesto. Many cuts of imported steaks are on offer; Fillet, Sirloin, T Bone, Rib Eye or beef in Kebab form. New Zealand Lamb Chops are also available [in a mustard marinade] as are Veal Chops. The major surprise is to discover Venison on the all year menu rather than just during the festive season as is the norm elsewhere in Bali. Not only that, but the Venison is cut from the saddle, the ultimate! A different kind of steak is the Tuna Steak [pictured] it has been marinated with miso and is served with a beetroot tartar, orange segments and wasabi mashed potatoes. All grilled meats come with your choice of sauce and potato, from a long list. Pick of the desserts is their Apple Strudel, with ice cream of course.

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Starry House is a real Chinese restaurant, with a Hong Kong owner, mainly offering

Cantonese dishes, in air-conditioned comfort. It is located in Sanur [Jln. Danau Tamblingan] at the site that used to house the Spanish restaurant Triana. The old area and front al fresco dining from Triana still exists but a large air-conditioned room has been added at the rear of the property. The well-stuffed Spring Rolls have a thin crisp casing and a sweet and sour dip. Prawns in a garlic sauce, Steamed Grouper with black bean sauce, Spicy Eggplant is with minced pork and salted fish, Stir-fried Beef is with tree mushrooms [fungus], Fried Shredded Eggplant with sesame and chilli and that perennial favourite Sweet and Sour Pork are many of the standard dishes available. That essential Chinese Fried Rice, to finish your meal, is also from Guangzhou [Canton]. Prices are very reasonable too!

Café Angsa is new on Jln. Hanoman, Ubud. The café is named after the local temple’s

gaggle of geese which used to waddle through this space to and from the rice paddies. It is a small immaculately clean space with a rear open terrace overlooking some of Central Ubud’s few remaining rice paddies, Café Angsa serves the usual wide range of tourist dishes with a leaning to Indonesian Chinese [Coconut Chicken, Sate and Pork dishes with sweet and sour sauce]. Salads include a Vegetarian Ubud Basket, and the sandwich range includes Baguettes [Bacon & Egg or Ham, Mozzarella and Pesto] or Grilled Chicken with mozzarella and red peppers on Ciabatta. Whilst the management is from Lombok there is no Ayam Taliwang, but they do have mains of Chicken Marigana, crumbed fillet topped with mozzarella and crisp Pork Schnitzels.

St. Regis Resort and The Laguna shared the spoils at the recent Asian Pastry Competition. These two Starwood properties are now under common overall management and their shared entry in the 2011 ACP was too much for the competition. Pastry Chef Ridwan Ishani of Laguna paired with Chef Eka Buana Karya of St. Regis scooped the pool at the 2011 Asian Pastry Cup, returning to Bali with 2 Trophies, 3 Gold and 1 Silver medal. In a big month for St. Regis their chef’s team of Agung Gede and Leo Adi Sukma [coached by Kayuputi’s master chef Oscar Perez] also took out the 2011 Bocuse d’Or Indonesia. In both competitions the Bali teams were up against the cream of Indonesia’s top 5 star hotel kitchens. This follows on from the Bulgari successes of recent years on the world stage. Once again an example of how Bali presents the ‘best for less’! Not only are the dining choices available in Bali world class, but they are available at a fraction of the cost of equal quality elsewhere in the world. Segara Mas is yet another newcomer along the restaurant highway of Jln. Raya Paputan

in Renon. Many restaurants and cafes now offer free wi-fi, it is almost an essential, but Segara Mas also offers free meeting rooms which is very different. The menu is enormous, in the Chinese tradition. Whilst the menu and many pakets contain much traditional offerings there are also many that are out of the norm. Puyuh Segara Mas is deep fried Quail, Sapi Rendang [beef] is common, Ayam Rendang [chicken] is not, Ayam Jamur [chicken mushroom noodles], Tuna Masak Jagung [tuna in green gravy; green chillis, turmeric and coconut milk] and a very special Nasi Goreng Segara Mas [prawns, fried chicken, drumstick and sate, egg, omelette roll and shrimps]. Kepiting [crabs] feature on the menu and can be ordered with Kare Pedas, Asam Manis or Sambal Teras. As with all others along this strip, basic food but low prices and great value! Gerry Williams For more information see our website: C/Ns/G-4 May 11

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Restaurant Review

By Gerry Williams E-mail:

A Visit to the Mediterranean The Dining Room breaks all the rules, but gets away with it! Initial reaction to a ‘soft opening’ menu with 150 items is it cannot be done. I have to admit that after tasting 18 different dishes I was in awe! There are Tapas and Snacks that can be enjoyed at the bar for those who wish to sip and nibble [meat balls from Egypt [Kofta] and Spain [Albondigas] and the classic Spanish prawns cooked in olive oil and garlic], but for serious diners the best way to enjoy this restaurant is to share a variety of dishes, whilst attempting to select those offering a range of complementing and contrasting flavours. The Dining Room [or La Sala da Pranzo as it is also known] is on the site of the ill-fated Kedai, once the shining light of Candi Dasa, amazingly let slide into oblivion, empty and decaying for years. It has now been fully restored in similar style but far grander and classier than the original. It is at the virtual entrance to Candi Dasa, with views across to Nusa Penida There are Cold Entrees, the most sensational of which was the Tunisian style Beef Carpaccio. The slices of raw beef had been seasoned with pepper and salt and marinated in olive oil and garlic. Peppery to the taste the ‘thin’ slices were thicker than usual, and an excellent dish. The Turkish Cacik Shrimp Cocktail looks familiar but is totally different, the shrimps have been marinated with lemon and honey and are draped over the rim of the glass. Inside is a mix of yoghurt, shaved cucumber, dill, mint and garlic. Hot entrees include one dish that amazed me. I have eaten feta cheese hundreds of times before but always fresh and never grilled. This Turkish dish, Beyaz Peynir Haydari, is a thick slice of grilled feta that has been sprinkled with paprika and served with Haydari, a yoghurt based sauce with dill, mint and garlic. Totally different! The Greek Prawns had been sautéed in olive oil, they were exceptional, the flesh juicy rather than the dry form in which they are often served. Octopus is a Spanish special, here they are grilled and served on a potato dill confit with red paprika chutney and a herbed white wine butter sauce. Turkish Manti are steamed lamb dumplings, spiced with cumin, mint and dill, with a garlic yoghurt sauce. The range of Salads is done by country. Israeli [finely diced cucumber, red and green peppers and tomato, grated carrot, shredded cabbage and onions with fennel, mint, and za’atar [sumac, sesame seed and herbs], Tunisian [a warm salad of roasted aubergines, bell peppers and anchovies, Ras el Hanout spice, lemon juice and garlic], Spanish [lettuce, tomatoes, dried apricots and goat cheese with crispy ham and caramelized nuts]. Soups include a Bosnian Sweet Potato Corn Chowder, an Italian Straciatella, Greek Psarasoupa, Spanish Caldo Gallego and a

French Vichyssoise, that traditional cold potato and leek soup served in a bowl packed in crushed ice. The Mains are endless. Tajines are considered Moroccan but in fact are a general North African stew. However from Morocco is a wonderful aromatic Chicken Tajine, the tender chicken chunks are with a myriad of vegetables and things; carrots, potato, olives, spinach, baby eggplant, braised endive, zucchini, dried apricots, raisins, apple and pine seed, From Algeria is a Mrouzia Tajine [spicy lamb] and from Libya, Rhusda [chicken with leek, wheat noodles and macaroons]. Another Moroccan Tajine is Mqualli, a rich fish broth with chermoula [a northern African marinade]. Chicken can be Turkish [a breast stuffed with saffron rice, pistachio and currants, served in a white wine and tarragon sauce] Italian [breast meat done scallopine style seasoned with clove, pepper and garlic, layered with sage, pepper and ricotta cheese, rolled and cooked in a tomato sauce], Spanish [grilled breast topped with sweet chilli and sautéed prawns, served in a white caper sauce] or a good old fashioned Chicken Parmigiana, a flattened breast marinated in olive oil and lemon, pan seared then topped with roasted eggplant gratinated with mozzarella cheese. Beef can be Spanish Churrasco style, marinated and cooked in the fire, served with red cabbage and mash with a rosemary sauce, classic French Boeuf Bourguignon the red wine stew or as an Egyptian Kofta [ground beef seasoned with spices, grilled over charcoal]. My favourite was the simplest, a dish from Malta, Zalza Pikkanti, green bell peppers stuffed with a spicy mix of finely ground beef with tomato, garlic, mint, marjoram and olives, baked in a beef and tomato broth. Very, very good!


: The Dining Room [La Sala da Pranzo]


: Jln. Raya Candi Dasa, Candi Dasa.


: [0363] 42.174.


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


: Street only.


: Rp. 340,000 for two [+ drinks].

Credit Cards

: In Process.


: Mediterranean.


: Limited list.


: Refreshingly good.


: Relaxed, with style.


: Sensational newcomer.

Lamb can be a Navarin from France [meat from the shank stewed in the wonderful herbs of Provence] or Lamb Chops Spanish style marinated in an exotic mix of olive oil, mint, mustard, lemon and garlic, pan seared and served wrapped in leaves. Pork Steak is Italian, just pan seared and served topped with a poached egg and grated mozzarella cheese. The Pork Stew is Maltesea and there is a French Tartiflette from Savoyard. The desserts are quite amazing! Top of the list was the Turkish Om Ali, crumbled puff pastry combined with raisins, coconut and crushed pine seeds, soaked in sweet condensed milk then flambéed in the oven. The Greek Ekmek is a rich moist cake made from shredded phyllo, custard and cream, the Syrian Mahalabia is a corn pudding, served in a cocktail glass, garnished with caramel sauce and pistachio nuts. The classic French crepe Suzette was perfect, lush and rich with the contrasting sweet custard cream filling and the citric orange. All in all a rather amazing dining experience for Candi Dasa. A lunch or dinner at The Dining Room tops off a relaxing day trip to Candi!

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


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For Sale; Real Persian rug 12m2 - Najafabad Isfahan Iran. I paid 65 juta two months ago/B-A classified ad. A Persian rug supplier on sunset road wanted to sell a similar rug for 85 juta. Asking 55juta nego. HP 0821 4488 8787. Nusa Dua. [006] For Sale; Modern wedding dresses, 5 available. Mostly white. 2nd hand. Private collection. Good condition. Cheap! 085 73802 0048, <pumpkin_2666@yahoo. com>. Denpasar. [007]

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For Sale; Typing machine. Good condition and working well.Contact<pumpkin_2666@>, 085 73802 0048. Denpasar. [010] For Sale; Almost new Canon printer ix5000 Rp. 3.000.000, - plain paper fax machine Brother Rp. 500.000, Microtek Scanmaker 5900 (A4 scanner) Rp. 300.000, Philips DVD player Rp. 250.000. All in good condition. Contact 081 2360 9966. Sanur. [083] For Sale; Spear big pelagic fish (tuna, wahoo, mahimahi) with world’s best freediving gear. Brand new Riffe custom gun (standard 43) w/ extra shaft, spare parts, and ten meters American 9/16th rubber w/complete floatline and fiber buoy runaway system $1,000. Wet suit Excel (sml), long Cressi fins, weight belt, traveling “knockdown” three-prong, & many new “Bluewaterhunter” accessories offered cheap due to ruptured eardrum and no can dive now. Considerable discount for everything. Kerry in Amed 0812 3646 1859. [001]

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An interesting fortnight starting on the 18th, creating a window between Full Moon and New Moon on the 2nd and with the only sign change being the Sun into Gemini on the 21st. The New Moon at the beginning of June is a Solar Eclipse marking the Gemini cycle, which culminates in a Sagittarius Full Moon Lunar Eclipse conjunct the Karmic Nodes. So as the inner Planets continue their journey through Taurus this fortnight enjoy the comfort of your surroundings. A New Moon in Gemini marks the beginning of a much faster paced month and with the added influence of the Eclipse, a highlighted new beginning. Gemini is about communication and networking. Distributing information and moving rapidly from one topic and one place to the next. Full Moon on the Karmic Node introduces the Soul’s purpose to the individual and the collective and again emphasizing it’s agenda with an eclipse. This Sagittarius point is close to the Galactic Center, so it’s likely that we will be heavily impulsed by it’s emanations throughout this powerful cycle in June, and in particular around the Full Moon. These will impact our emotional bodies throughout the coming months. The interesting thing is that we have a further Solar Eclipse at the beginning of July in the sign of Cancer, which is unusual as the they normally appear in pairs only. This further highlights the emotional emphasis as well family, clan and home. There could be enormous changes on this front throughout June. NEW MOON 11 Gemini 02 June 2, 2011 05:04 a.m. (Solar Eclipse)

ARIES: Mars teams up with Venus and Mercury this fortnight and creates a lovely harmony with Pluto in Capricorn. Although the pace is a little slower than you maybe anticipated, you none-the-less are enjoying this time of apparent ease within your relationships. Ease is perhaps not the most appropriate word, as Pluto is pushing things towards commitment and organization. Planets in Taurus need a little prodding as they tend to influence the lazy side of our natures. Any areas where you may have slacked off in the past will now move into alignment with Capricorn’s insistence to transform through a bit of hard work and discipline.

LIBRA: Venus in the sign of Taurus is highlighted by it’s union with Mars and Mercury this fortnight. So much scope on the romance front. A great time to indulge the senses and to re-invent yourself through determination and application of transformational tools, of which, I might add, you have many. Pluto is urging you to grow, transform, transmute and empower yourself. Your sensitivities may have gotten in the way in the past, and now you are wiser and more resilient because of what you now know. Boldly assert yourself and stand up for what you believe in. Any manipulation or pushiness however, won’t be tolerated.

TAURUS: The Sun may have moved on into the sign of Gemini however the inner Planets are working together in harmony in your sign to bring some awesome solidity to your relationships. Being the sensual creature that you are,sexuality is probably a highlight at this time, enjoying both yours and that of others. Your steadfast nature is a bonus as we accelerate through the rapid changes of the next few weeks, months and years. We will for now however focus on those of the coming weeks. Enjoy this moment of respite and create some beauty around your home and workplace. You will be glad you did, in the coming weeks.

SCORPIO: You are getting a much needed handle on your life now. Once things are made obvious to you, you are able to make the necessary adjustments. This fortnight sees you steadfastly applying new techniques and a new model of operation. Although there could be a few glitches you will have the stamina to keep up with the changes. If your temper does boil over for a moment find a healthy outlet for it’s wayward energy to save anyone being harmed in it’s release. We all get a little hot under the collar from time to time. What we do with it, is our responsibility. You have the ability to handle all situations with maturity.

GEMINI: Birthday time marks the beginning of your Solar Year, known in astrology as the Solar Return. Always a good time to get a reading and plot the overall course and trends of your coming year. What you will notice is a breath of inspiration to the affairs of your life. It sometimes marks the beginning of a brand new cycle and with the coming eclipses this is more than likely the case. Many will travel over the coming year, moving home base to another country. Others will move within their current locale and others still will be inspired to adopt a new approach to their relationships within their communities.

SAGITTARIUS: Jupiter is quickly coming to the end of it’s trail in Aries and is about to slow down a notch or two to the Taurus pace. A good number of months in this sign of “rather not do too much or any more than I have to”, sign. Probably a good year to apply yourself to those tasks which require a little methodic movement or which could do with a good long slow grounding. Not usually your style, but hey, make the most of it’s potential anyway. Even you, could do with a change of pace from time to time. Although the accelerated pace during the Aries months since January have been invigorating, this time will be far more productive.

CANCER: Allow yourself to rest, recuperate and luxuriate this fortnight as we are poised between the extremes of the moon. Next month is going to be a big one for you, so take this opportunity to indulge yourself. A little nurture goes a long way to restoring your sense of inner peace and equilibrium. There’s is apt to be a lot of movement and communication throughout June and this could and most likely will, involve family members. These people always pull strongly on the cords of your heart, although they may not always be the blood related ones. Many create a family within their community and so includes them also.

CAPRICORN: Saturn goes direct mid-June and will change the face and nature of things for you. A little more patience is required, although you probably have plenty at your disposal at this time. That Pluto/Capricorn trine to the Taurus planets is bringing some solid changes and the potential of new beginnings, if not, instigating their beginning. You are confident and strong at this time, and feeling like you’re able to handle more load than is normal for you. Allow this time to bring those support systems to you, which will be a key component in the days to come. The effort that you put into foundations now, will pay-off later.

LEO: There is still some inner tension for you with Planets in Taurus. The urge to stand your ground is strong and so too the ego responses. Remember to apologize wherever necessary, and release all grudges and grievances as quickly as possible through forgiveness. There’s a saying that goes something like “would you rather be right or happy”? Any arrogance will only serve to alienate you from those you love at this time and the opportunity is now, for some deep and lasting transformation. You may just need to put in the effort, have patience and make a solid commitment. The rewards will be there in the end.

AQUARIUS: Uranus forges ahead in Aries bridging the gap between itself and Pluto. You will be feeling compelled to make radical and spontaneous changes in all areas of your life. The nature of these, will more often than not, come as a surprise to you and happening so abruptly as to catch you off guard and out of your usual semi-cautious ways. This is the general theme now of your life and will continue throughout the next seven to eight years. Allow yourself to get accustomed to this pace, without distressing your nervous system. You run the risk of pushing yourself too hard. Your breath is your best connection to your intuition.

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For Sale; Used Plain Paper Fax machine Brother 567. Still in good condition complete with box. Not use it anymore. Sell for only 500k Rups. Contact 081 2360 9966. Sanur. [085] For Sale; Vacuum sealer for home use. Good to keep your meat or other food fresh at all time. Price 450K. Please call or SMS to 0819 3430 6268. Kuta. [086] For Sale; Plain white bedsheet size 180x200, brand new, sealed. Price 165.000 fix. SMS 085 23704 8168. Kerobokan. [019] For Sale; New blackberry gemini black/white, sealed in the box, 2 years authorized blackberry warranty, 2 GB MMC, price 2.135.000 fix. SMS 0852 3704 8168. Kerobokan. [020]

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For Sale; Big wood cutting saw, model MJ347, blade size 4690 mm. Price Rp. 14.000.000. Tel. 0361 972 728, hp. 0813 3709 2385. Ubud. [036] For Sale; Used Blackberry Curve 8310. Unit + charger + data cable + box + manual book + leather case. All good except camera is dead= 850k. E-mail me: <esss42@> or SMS 081 189 9733. Denpasar. [022] For Sale; Used original branded bags (LV, Gucci, Dior, Valentino). Private owned. Picture and price, please e-mail: <esss42@> or text 081 189 9733. Denpasar. [023] Wanna give something back to my neighborhood by teaching English for free. I am pleased to receive any donation on English books for children under 12. Small table or chair. Please call Yanti 0813 3780 1224, Kerobokan. [024] If you can’t describe what you are doing as a process, you don’t know what your doing.

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One thing I have noticed since discovering the underbelly of Bali’s environment is that there are a LOT of individuals, groups, organisations and businesses dedicated to Bali and the world’s well being. So much energy burrowing into Bali’s environmental mess! We are thankful for them, but imagine this force of knowledge, passion and manpower united. That is what will happen on 1st July 2011 in a special event supported by the Governer of Bali Made Mangku Pastika. You are invited to support the government’s Bali Clean and Green Province roadmap by joining in on a groundbreaking forum held at the Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel. The objective is to bring together the many environmental and social groups that represent the community in Bali along with leading industry and commerce to align themselves with the Governments initiatives for “the admirable and absolutely necessary goal of a Clean and Green Bali”. You can get involved in a number of ways - start off with visiting and click on Bali Clean and Green Province to join up, or link up with the discussion group on FB Bali Clean and Green Province…info and discussion group. If we are talking intellect, money, power and commonsense working towards the common good of all with real results - I think I might have found my new religion.

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Put your berets on kids!! Bali Alternative Media - BAM is looking for a new post card promoting Bali as Cleaner and Greener. Individuals, community groups, school groups, anyone can enter an original (10.3cm x 15.3cm) design up until 15th July 2011. The prize for the glorious winner is a nights stay at Anantara Resort*, dinner for 2 and spa package for 2. Draw straws for that one if there is more than two of you on an entry! Perhaps the best bit is that BAM will distribute the postcard (on recycled paper) for 6 months, that’s a great promotion for the clever designer. Send designs to *ECO BUZZ does not endorse Anantara as it does not have an eco - hotel certification, it has adopted an Environmental and Social Sustainability policy, which ECO BUZZ hopes it follows!


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iPhone has a very snazzy application for measuring the “greenness” of your grocery purchases. Scan the barcode with your camera and the “Good Guide” will tell you whether you are on track to an “eco friendly “or “eco enemy” style purchase. In this case “green is good” and red is, well, bad according to the colour rating system. Eco Buzz has not had a chance to try this yet, so please email or post Facebook your level of success with this application here in Bali. Also Greenmeter and Greenbrief offer tips on how to reduce waste and energy use and have news feeds about the environment. If you know of more, let us know!

GET SMART After you have played Angry Birds on your phone and virtually b o m b e d innocent birds and funny looking pig things, another application that you might enjoy on Android is Eco Buzz (how unoriginal!). If this Eco Buzz is not enough for you, you can get a daily dose of positive global environmentally progressive news from the other one. Some of the latest news: if you happen to have 1.1 milion dollars that can’t be spent on saving the planet in other ways you can spend it on a new Jaguar CX75 hybrid and zip about feeling powerful,

When the big guns who make their millions from consumerism start showing some forward thinking it does give you little hope. Greeneration Indonesia has inspired Circle K to offer customers the choice between an ugly single use plastic bag or a funky reusable “baGoes bag” created by Greeneration. The bags are ridiculously cheap so it won’t be a hard decision. If you decide on plastic you are asked to make a donation to Greeneration’s piggy bank. These funds are then used for the Clean Up Your City (CUYC) program. A CUYC event was recently held at Kuta Beach on the 30th April with more than 200 enthusiastic participants from the government and community, handing out ribbons - but what is really important is they picked up all the crap off the beach. Isn’t it about everyone taking responsibility for all the rubbish? While Circle K’s actions are somewhat of a compromise, I mean why not go the whole taco and ban plastic bags, it is still an optimistic move and it is good to see something happening rather than nothing. You can also visit or on FB to buy the bags for your everyday shopping use. THY DAILY Be vintage with your style, but not your brain. Being environmentally informed is so now, so sexy. But enviro dogma over mojitos is soooo boring - Drink Up, Laugh and above all ACT! Eco Buzz by Monsoon Wanita E-mail: Copyright © 2011 Eco Buzz You can read all past articles of Eco Buzz at

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For Sale; Electrolux stove with 4 burner and oven underneath. White color. Will sell for Rp. 2.500.000 (negotiable). Please call Andre 0819 1664 8734. Location Jimbaran. [125] For Sale; 1 set of golf clubs. A light weight travelling golf bag made by Jaguar with automatic stand in navy blue and black comes with 6 pockets and a handle [no shoulder strap]. Irons; Wilson No 2 1200 series, Titleist No’s 3-9 overplus + range, Titleist standard sand and pitching wedge, 2 left handed gloves, 2 putters by tour edge; System 8 and a super soft 41 belly putter both with covers. Wilson Utility club 21˚ Pro-staff 100% Graphite shaft R Flex with cover Callaway Big Bertha War bird driver 11˚ 100% Graphite Callaway 3 & 5 wood’s Big Bertha 100% graphite regular flex Assorted tee’s and pitch mark repairer. Also comes with assorted golf balls and practice balls. Buyer collects from North Bali telephone +62 878 6103 5873. Reason for selling no longer play. Price 3 juta ONO. [156]

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More Gadgets Galore. In this issue I have some new types of gadgets. First is a Bluetooth camcorder; a great soup maker; a full page portable scanner; a great iPad system; and lastly, a CD quality microphone for your iPhone. Enjoy… Previewing full page portable scanner Portable scanners are nothing new, I have reviewed several over the years, but what about one that not only accepts full-page documents and photographs, it also provides a preview of images thanks to its built-in 2.4-inch color LCD display? This is perfect as it lets you have an idea of what you’ve scanned before saving it to the digital format. The Previewing Full Page Portable Scanner is specially built for optimal portability, where it will take up just a foot of space regardless of where you use it unlike its flatbed scanner counterparts which require dedicated counter space. Capable of accepting face-down up to full 8 1/2″ x 11″ documents and photographs (and as small as 3″ x 5″), you can scan them at up to 300 dpi resolution. US$169.95 Altec Lansing makes iPad ownership more enjoyable Altec Lansing knows that there is an ever expanding market of iPad owners, judging by the device’s popularity worldwide not to mention its sex appeal across a range of people. What better way to leverage a fast-growing user base than to roll out a peripheral which is capable of enhancing its use? That’s exactly what Altec Lansing has done, introducing the Octiv Stage docking speaker system for the iPad, iPhone and iPod. It was specifically designed to significantly enhance center channel voicing for dialogue alongside stereo audio while playing media from the docked device, delivering a charge at the same time to make sure you don’t end up with a net battery loss once you’re done with your docking session. The Octiv Stage has been touted to be the first product from Altec Lansing which was specially designed to support the iPad while showcasing its unique capabilities for entertainment. Thanks to convenient design features that have been incorporated, the Octiv Stage delivers an exciting experience for watching and listening to content without making your home look any more drab than it already is. US$149

Looxcie is an extension of your eyes, continuously recording everything you see. There are no tiny viewfinders, screens, or buttons to worry about--once turned on, Looxcie records it all. With Looxcie, you won’t be stuck behind a camcorder; you’ll be fully present in the moment. With the help of the free Looxcie App, Looxcie turns your Android smartphone (iPhone app coming soon) into a viewfinder, remote control, and video editor. Simply turn on Looxcie, adjust it over your ear, and look at the smartphone viewfinder to align Looxcie with your field of vision. After that, you’re free to put your phone away and carry on with life.

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The Lincoln Lawyer Matthew McConaughey stars in this movie, as a lawyer who has made a successful career defending a lot of the low-life and high-class scumbags of Los Angeles. With his latest case, Matthew has to defend a Beverley Hills playboy, who is accused of raping and attempting to murder a prostitute. However, as the case goes to trial, some interesting significant new facts are to spectacularly emerge. Based on a best-selling novel by Michael Connelly, director Brad Furman makes a rather sleek and stylish courtroom drama, which never fails to maintain your interest. Matthew McConaughey, Ryan Phillippe and Marisa Tomei all give competent and believable performances. Exterminators Three Texan women, from different backgrounds, meet each other in an anger-management course, which each has to attend by court orders. In therapy, they are expected to work out their anger and violence against men, and, thus, escape imprisonment. One evening, after their therapy session, they spend a drunken night in a local bar, and, on the way home, a nasty traffic accident occurs. However, once the dust has settled, the women come up with a new money-making scheme, which will help some of the other women in their therapy group solve their own particular marital problems. Heather Graham, Jennifer Coolidge, and Amber Heard, each have their own distinctive comedic styles, but, they are to blend together extremely well in this offbeat ‘black’ comedy from director John Inwood. Justice, Texan style! From Prada to Nada If you like the novels of Jane Austen, then you might enjoy this rather ‘free’ adaptation of ‘Sense and Sensibility’, relocated to the Mexican quarter of modern-day Los Angeles. When their rich Mexican father dies, two spoilt young women are suddenly destitute, and they must leave their Beverley Hills home and take up residence with their aunt in ‘Little Mexico’. Of course, they encounter all sorts of problems adjusting to their new situation, but, eventually, they settle in. The plot of ‘Sense and Sensibility’ is in there somewhere, if you care to look for it, but, the movie is really only concerned with depicting the spirited lifestyles of Los Angeles’ indigenous Mexicans. Which it does extremely well. After watching the movie, you will want to race out immediately and eat lots of Burritos and drink plenty of Margaritas! The Other Woman In this adult drama, the second wife of a successful attorney has problems in her marriage, stemming from interference from her husband’s first wife, and, the second wife’s inability to forge a relationship with her young stepson. The second wife is also plagued by guilt over the sudden death of her baby. Writer and director Don Roos creates a strong movie, in-which the subject of SIDs (Sudden Infant Death) is sensitively explored. Coming hot on the heels of her Academy Award, Natalie Portman gives another intense performance. Sucker Punch About twenty years ago a new form of cinema appeared, which was heavily influenced by musical video clips, and imagery from graphic novels and Sci-Fi comics. ‘The Matrix Trilogy’ (1999-2002-2003) is an excellent example of the style. Director Zack Snyder’s latest movie, ‘Sucker Punch’, emerges from this genre, and it contains much action and lots of special effects. However, Snyder’s movie is a bit of a mess, and it’s hard to figure out what is actually going on. A disturbed teenage girl is placed in a mental asylum, but, this institution could be an orphanage, or, it could be a cabaret come brothel. During her incarceration the girl must undergo a series of ordeals, through which she might regain her sanity, and perhaps her freedom. These ordeals take the form of a series of performances of ‘interpretive’ dances, which, in turn, expand out into elaborate fantasy


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sequences, in-which the girl must confront and defeat the forces of evil, to achieve some specific goals. I have no idea what this movie is all about, but, it must be about something, as it has been extremely successful with its youth orientated targeted audience. The Adjustment Bureau A US politician, running for the Senate, meets a very nice woman, and it’s a case of love at first sight. However, he is soon to encounter representatives from ‘The Adjustment Bureau’, who don’t approve of this development in his life. The ‘Bureau’ appears to be a paranormal force that controls the future of a few selected important people. ‘Adjustments’ have to be made, and the politician fights desperately to thwart them. Matt Damon and Emily Blunt star in this peculiar love story, which raises many questions about fate and preordained destiny, without providing any real substantial answers. Obviously, the movie did not go down well with a preview audience, for it has been quite heavily re-edited to fit into a more commercial time frame. The Royal Wedding We can’t close this week’s Diary without mentioning this lovely DVD souvenir of the recent Royal extravaganza. If you missed anything during the BBC live broadcast, you can catch it all on this disc. Everything is here, including: The dress, the problem with the ring, and the double kiss on the balcony. I’m sure there will be plenty of British, Australian, New Zealand, and Canadian ex-pats who would adore to keep a copy of the DVD as a keepsake. Of course, in fifteen years time or so, when the whole marriage falls apart, you can file away the disc with your Princess Diana mementos.

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Mr. Robet’s Best Buys No Strings Attached A man and a woman decide to have an affair which is based only on sex. The Rite A young novice priest is urged to under go training in the rite of exorcism. The Eagle A centurion is determined to retrieve the lost ‘Eagle’ of a Roman Legion. The Lincoln Lawyer A lawyer defends a playboy accused of raping and trying to kill a prostitute. Gnomeo & Juliet Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is portrayed by concrete garden gnomes. Exterminators Three women in therapy are expected to work out their anger against men. From Prada to Nada When their rich father dies two spoilt young women are suddenly destitute. I Am Number Four An American teenage boy turns out to be a refugee from another planet. The Other Woman The new second wife of a successful attorney has problems in her marriage. Sucker Punch A teenage girl is placed in a mental asylum and must undergo some ordeals.

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For Sale; Mazda E2000, silver, mod 1997, top condition, engine completely renewed, new brake discs and pads, AC, new cotton seat covers, 48 juta nego, call 0812 3608 0799 or (0361) - 298 890. [013]

Harley Davidson Fatboy for sale. August 2009. Original from DHD Bali & all the papers. Black. Chrome rims and engine guard. Light package. New Screaming Eagle Exhaust System. As new. 330 million Rupiah. Just 3000 km. Nusa Dua 0813 3784 6119. [023]

For Sale; Dodge Custom 200 Pick-up, new tyre, very excellent condition, all still original. (0361) 782 9999. [002] For Sale; Daihatsu Van Espass Year 1997. AC, Velg Racing, Leather seat. Call 0852 5363 4563. Excellent condition. [003] For Sale; Honda CRV ‘00 A/T light brown metallic, 2000cc, plate H7113GG, good condition, Rp. 115 million (ONO). Please call/ SMS 0878 6116 3056. [004] For Sale; VW Beatle 1974 from German owner. Red metallic, new restored, aircon, big alpine Hi-Fi system, V-Kool glass, fully renewed interior, big racing wheels. 40 Mio (nego). Call Agie 0813 1666 2592, Sascha 0813 5325 7552. [005] For Sale; TAFT F50RV (Hunter)’82. Rp 37 Jt. (0361) 803 7100. [006] For Sale; Gran Max 2007, metallic brown, 75 million, 0815 5889 4501. [007] Nissan Murano. 2005. Black. Full opt. Top condition. Incl ins. plates. 325 juta. 747 4747. [008] For Sale; Toyota Harrier’02, 4 WD, very good, low km, 195 jt. Nissan Serena ‘96, 70 jt. Call 0859 3528 5888. [009] Sell Peugeot -206- XR. Black. 2002. Phone 0813 3927 4997. [010] Leaving, selling Volvo 960, 1996, way below its value, mechanically sound, 0812 3606 8945. [011] BMW 325i, 2001, KM 59K, Black, Special Edition, Istimewa like new, Tech 100% Aut. DK, Titronic leather Hi-Fi, 140jt Nego, Owner 081 855 5635. [012]


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Delicious International Dishes (Indonesian Language Version available at I bring a small can of Chipotle Chilies in Adobe sauce with me from the States every year. I find this either in a big supermarket or a Mexican grocery. We whirl the contents of the can in a blender and then put spoonfuls on a cookie sheet and freeze. These frozen spoonfuls are stored in a zip lock bag in the freezer and last about a year. Try to have a friend bring you a can. You can also substitute the sambal of your choice to make the sauce or use a spicy chutney for a more Indian flavor.

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Munduk: Dominion of Cloves This is the guy who started it all. As former director of Bali Hotel and Tourism Training Institute, Pak Bagiarta inaugurated the Puri Lumbung (Rice Granary) project in the early 1990s with the aim of opening up tourism in his hometown. Village tourism was a farfetched concept back in the day when this ex-schoolteacher opened five stilted bungalows way up in the mountains of central Bali with the belief that tourists would actually pay to experience first hand the humble lives and labors of a rustic mountain community.

rejoicing. The colorful vegetarian nasi campur was meticulously prepared - one of the best I’ve ever had – and attractive to look at it, too. The kitchen also knows how prepare wonderful sate ayam and ikan panggang with fresh sambal mente. Through the coolness of the night, we could hear the never ending gurgle of water falling in the surrounding rice fields. Because of the 6001000 meter high elevation no air conditioning was necessary and no TV meant that I could thankfully catch up on my reading, falling asleep to the soothing sound of crickets.

Over the years I had visited Puri Lumbung and watched it grow. One of the very first environmentally friendly and communityoriented self-help development projects on the whole island, Puri Lumbung from the start offered one principal and enduring attraction - involving tourists in the everyday lives of Balinese villagers – learning how to cook, make baskets, pound rice, process coconut oil, roast coffee, craft a piece of furniture with just a hatchet and no nails, play a bamboo xylophone or observe a pande (blacksmith) hammer out tools. Or the visitors could just hike, meditate, read, study dance – whatever. Puri Lumbung eventually grew into a training center for youngsters wanting to enter the tourism profession or to master a trade so they could enter the labor market. The program inevitably preserved traditional crafts and skills reverses the trend of local youths migrating to the tourist juggernaut of overbuilt and congested South Bali.

Boundless Ocean of Green Puri Lumbung overlooks the slopes of G. Lesung and G. Sangiyang to the south, both mountains almost totally blanketed with clove trees. “Cloves like the salt air,” Pak Bagiarta explained. “That’s why they are all facing north to catch the sea breezes. They also like the nice view.” In the current market, at Rp65,000 per kilo, one hectare of cloves can yield up to Rp50 million rupiah at harvest time. This high rate of return means that the trees are gradually taking over the region’s existing vegetation, driving up the cost of land which has already climbed to Rp15-20 million per are. Of a total of 5000 ha under cultivation in the Munduk area, vegetables take up 20%, coffee 10% and cloves 50%. The first two crops are steadily losing ground to clove trees which were first planted 40 years ago. Though 400 to 700 meters is ideal, clove trees can grow up 1000 meters above sea level. Once planted, the trees take up to 10 years to bear fruit. This agricultural endeavor might look impressive but clove flowers are poisonous to birds. The leaves contain 60% oil so they cannot be used for compost. From July to September cloves are harvested, requiring intensive labor. Flowers have to be picked singly, separated from the stems, then dried immediately. People fall from tall the notched flimsy bamboo ladders. “Clove harvesting carries bad karma because they are mostly used to make clove cigarettes,” Pak Bagiarta added. The Munduk district is also a huge flower-growing area. In the evening trucks full of hydrangeas leave Munduk for the long drive down to Denpasar’s Kumbasari Market, arriving from 9 to 12 pm. Buyers from other markets all over Bali arrive between 12 am and 4 am to supply offerings to Bali’s 10,000 temples.

From the roadway we walked a short way down through Pedawa village to the traditional house. The inside was dark but after adjusting my eyes I could make out an open earthen hearth, one meterwide cooking wok for boiling palm sugar into a buttery paste, and the s o o t- b l a c k e n e d ceiling. The harvesting of palm sugar at one time was a primary source of income i n t h e s e hinterlands, but in Palm sugar rumah adat the last two years the production has decreased sharply because the tree’s fronds are relentlessly harvested for use in wedding celebrations and to decorate the tall penjor poles draped over the main streets of villages during Galungan. The palms are also being replaced by other types of commercial crops, particularly the armies of clove trees marching relentlessly up the slopes. From Grade School Teacher to Tourism Visionary On our last morning we breakfasted with Pak Bagiarta in one of the open-sided pavilions. Gesturing with his hands, his fingers like flower blossoms opening and closing, he told us of his early years setting up his village-tourism project. At the start of the island’s tourism boom in the mid-1980s, the hospitality industry of south Bali was steadily siphoning off all of the area’s manpower. The local economy was suffering because the agricultural sector was not protected by the government and there was no one to look after the coffee, vanilla and chocolate plantations.

Deep into Bali Aga Country Lake Buyan Oversview Earlier that day – raining all the way - we drove north from Mengwi on a wide scenic road passing old-style walled family kampung, the unmistakable fragrance of durian wafting into the car windows, gatherings of ngaben (cremations) and Pacung with its tourist restaurants. Higher up, mists rose over the tree line above and filled the valleys below. After crowded Baturiti, we followed the shore of Bratan Lake with its iconic Pura Ulun Danau temple, then twisted up the mountain road past turnoffs of scampering gray Langgur monkeys and beckoning peanut vendors. In the village of Wanagiri, we turned sharply off the main road and headed west along the top of a volcanic ridge in the direction of Munduk. Vast undulating fields of purple, yellow and orange hydrangeas (pecah seribu or “thousand pieces”) covered the side of the road facing the lake. Stopping at a little roadside park, we sipped tea sitting on a bamboo bench while taking in the view of Lake Buyan through the trees. From the rest stop we descended for 13 km down to a bend in the winding road to a steep driveway, the entrance to the Puri Lumbung or “Rice Granary Palace.” Bali Padi and Night Crickets Nestled deep in the central highlands, Puri Lumbung is spread over a whole ridgetop between two valleys. After checking in, we immediately went on a self-guided tour of the resort’s extensive gardens. My wife Mita, a farmer’s daughter, was in her natural element. Like walking through a botanical park, to each side of the rising walkway white signs indicated the Indonesian name for the plants. Employees we met along the paths pointed the way to the working nursery, the spa and the trail to the waterfall through the forests. Only a few meters beyond our balcony fields of native organic rice grew to a hearty one and a half meters. This strong resilient and tasty rice variety, Padi Bali, is harvested only twice a year and commands as much as Rp11,000 per kg in the markets. Built in the style of traditional raised rice storage sheds by local peoples using local materials, with thick alang-alang grass roofs and woven natural fiber walls, each is outfitted with mosquito net, flashlight, hot shower, bright reading lamps, free drinking water, relaxing platform underneath, and quaint instructions on how to light the small kerosene lamp in case of power failure. That evening we walked down to the small open-air restaurant up a short flight of stairs. Musicians played on hypnotic rindik bamboo instruments outside. It is rare to find a kitchen staff who truly knows how to cook vegetarian and when you do it is worth

The next morning during breakfast, we met 35-year-old N y o m a n Sutarya, our guide for the day who had been personally assigned by our host, Pak Bagiarta. Nyoman’s family first settled this region some 400 years ago, one of the first clans to clear the jungle and plant rice terraces on the steep mountain s l o p e s . Nyoman took Bali Aga Country the wheel of our 11-year-old Kijang and we climbed back up the hill to the crater lip. A little beyond the village of Asah, we descended down a narrow country road. Our destination was Pedawa, one of the area’s four Bali Aga villages and the original village of Nyoman’s wife. Important differences exist between the cultural and religious practices of the low-lying rice growing areas of Bali and these highland villages where vestiges of animism and ancient customs linger. For one, these mountain people bury their dead with only a symbolic Hindu-style cremation. The Bali Aga also do not celebrate with such fanfare a child’s first cutting of hair or the first time he or she touches the earth. As our old Toyota creaked and lurched over the twisting pot-holed road, Nyoman explained that the Bali Aga have no castes and speak their own distinct language with none of the usual levels of speech found in Balinese, even when addressing priests. The work hardened features of the people in this high country looked almost Tibetan. Small groups of women sat back-to-back picking lice out of each other’s hair. Out the open windows I saw farmers carrying heavy loads in woven bamboo baskets and stacks of firewood on their heads.

Pak Bagiarta’s career in tourism began when he left his under graduate studies in the Economic Faculty of UGM in 1966 at the age of 27 to work in the management staff at the Hotel Bali Beach in Sanur. From 1985 to 1992 he served as the director of the BPLP Tourism Institute in Nusa Dua. With investments from the institute and local landowners, Pak Bagiarta opened Puri Lumbung on one hectare of land in 1992, starting small scale so that the environment could be properly managed. Over the next several years the mini- resort gradually acquired another hectare. The enterprise is now owned by three families, though the whole community has a strong sense of ownership. Except for a few interns, only local people are employed. Now a man of 74 years, his past accomplishments were of less concern to him than the realm of our earthly existence that is unseen and the world yet to come. Formidably versed in Bali’s religious practices and cultural history, Pak Bagiarta held forth animatedly and eloquently on Bali Hindu cosmology, the caste system, and “balancing one’s life between the heart, the head and the stomach,” i.e. the baser instincts. This gentle man’s personal philosophy is reflected in the type of retreat Puri Lumbung has become - a quiet place to practice yoga, enroll in seminars and classes in vegetarian and raw foods cooking, a massage and spa center using natural remedies and alternative medicine therapies. Groups from Australia, USA and France are frequent visitors. Next month the resort will host a conference for Ayurvedic healers. Pak Bagiarta has visited the Sai Baba Ashram outside of Bangalore, India three times and still maintains a strong connection with the ashram and the guru’s teachings. “This is not my property. It’s owned by the Supreme Being,” he told me. Practicalities Puri Lumbung Cottages (, Munduk Village, Jl. Tuggul Ametung VII/9, North Bali, tel: 0362 701-2887, 0361437-071, mobile 08123874042, email:, Nyoman Sutarya specializes in tours of the Munduk area and can also arrange transport. Contact: tel. 081-246 47847 or email: <> Copyright © 2011 Al Hickey You can read all past articles of Bali Explorer at

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OPENING TEAM FOR FIVE STAR HOTEL IN GILI TRAWANGAN, LOMBOK Hotel Ombak Sunset invites young, dynamic and qualified professionals to apply for the position below : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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If you like to make a difference in people’s lives, this role is for you. Vibrant and supportive team offers you a challenging sales manager role. We are looking for you to join our team as Catering and Events Project Manager. You will be offered an attractive salary package dependent on experience with benefits. Responsibilities: • Marketing and PR of BALIEPICURE catering services, BALIEPICURE event services, and BALIEPICURE Private Beach Club • Responsible for organizational part of each event • Generate ideas for creative sales of the products/services • In liaison with marketing department develop marketing materials • Generate ideas for BALIEPICURE own events for promotional purposes as well as for generating revenues • Responsible for marketing strategies development • Reporting, budgeting and forecasting • Take part in sales process including lead generation, sales calls (visits), proposals, follow ups, etc. • Work together with the F&B team to ensure our events are of high standard Requirements: • At least 3 years of experience in similar area. Bali experience is a plus • Strong analytical skills to understand key business indicators and competitive trends • Excellent organizational and planning skills • Energetic, innovative, detail oriented and have a passion for giving guests an exceptional experience Please forward your CV, Salary expectation ASAP to: or Jl. Raya Kerobokan no. 253, Kerobokan Bali 80361 NC/Es/18 May11

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Local News Indonesia Seeks Life in Jail for Islamict Cleric Bashir Indonesian state prosecutors told a Jakarta court on Monday (9/5) they were seeking a sentence of life in prison for 72-year-old cleric Abu Bakar Bashir, spiritual leader of Islamist militants in Southeast Asia, for helping finance a “terrorist training camp”. Scores of his supporters, some packed into the courtroom and others watching live on a screen outside, shouted in dismay at what they said was the severity of the proposed sentence, shook their fists and chanted “Allahu Akbar” or “God is greatest”. Under Indonesian law the prosecutor was entitled to ask for the death penalty, but chose not to. Although Bashir does not command wide support in Indonesia, the harshness of the proposed sentence is likely to further inflame anger among hardcore Islamists already enraged by the killing last week of al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden in Pakistan. “We wish judges to decide that Abu Bakar Bashir has been proven guilty of planning and or influencing others to provide money for an act that he would suspect would be used partly or fully for terrorism,” said prosecutor Andi Muhammad Taufik. A verdict is not due for several weeks, after Bashir has mounted his defense against the charges. “Evil!” shouted a man wearing a Middle-east style kaffiyeh scarf outside the heavily guarded courtroom in south Jakarta. Another yelled: “The judges said they are Muslims but they have been using the law of the infidels.” Bashir is the spiritual leader of outlawed and now-defunct Jemaah Islamiah (JI), which police have blamed for several bombings and killings including the country’s worst ever militant attacks, the 2002 Bali bombings that killed 202 people. He is also the spiritual leader and former head of Islamist preaching group Jema’ah Ansharut Tauhid (JAT), whose

members have been linked to recent bombings in Indonesia. While he is clearly regarded as a spiritual figurehead by many militants, the authorities have so far never been able to prove that he was guilty of aiding militant attacks. The Islamists rallying at the court in support of Bashir were also furious about bin Laden’s death. “Osama bin Laden will never die,” shouted a man in a Muslim skullcap outside he court. “And even if he did, it was because of disease, not because he was shot by American soldiers.” Journalists who spoke to Bashir in his holding cell ahead of the hearing asked him if he knew bin Laden. He shook his head and said “No,” but added: “He is a great Muslim fighter... He was destroyed by infidels and a big gift from God awaits him.” Bashir also condemned U.S. President Barack Obama: “If Obama does not repent and convert to Islam, when he dies he will be a dog in hell. Tell him to repent.” Prosecutors said Bashir raised at least 350 million rupiah ($41,000) from supporters and funneled some to a militant training camp discovered last year in a remote mountainous part of Aceh, a province on the northern tip of Sumatra island that is staunchly Muslim and observes sharia law. Police say militants at the camp were hatching several plots including a plan to assassinate President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, and hoped to turn Indonesia into an Islamic state. The discovery of the camp was a surprise for the security forces who had thought they were winning the battle against militants. This is the third trial in eight years for Bashir, some of whose followers and sympathizers have been convicted of terrorist offences in the past. Bashir has been jailed before, but not on terror charges. (May 9th 2011)

Australian Spared Death Penalty Australian man Scott Rush has been spared execution in Indonesia. Rush, 24, had been facing execution for his part in a 2005 plot to smuggle more than eight kilograms of heroin from Bali to Australia. However the Indonesian Supreme Court, commuted his sentence to life on Monday (9/5), citing the fact that Rush had shown remorse for his actions while also taking into account his age. His father Lee Rush said the family would continue fighting to free their son. “It’s a great relief, it’s been a long time coming,” he told reporters in Bali. “The sentence was far too harsh from the beginning for the crime that he committed. “We had hoped we could get a lighter sentence. “We must continue to get Scott and the other Australians back home where they belong.” The court also cited the fact that he was only a courier, and not considered a ringleader of the group. Rush, from Brisbane, was only 19 and on his first trip to Bali when he was arrested at Ngurah Rai Airport with 1.3kg of heroin strapped to his legs underneath his clothing. The so-called ringleaders of the Bali Nine - Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran - are also waiting for the outcome of judicial reviews in the hope they will escape the firing squad.

If their appeals fail, they must also rely on President Yudhoyono granting them clemency. Rush now joins a number of other members of the drug smuggling plot who are also serving life sentences in Bali’s Kerobokan Prison, including Martin Stephens, Matthew Norman, Si Yi Chen, Tan Duc Than Nguyen and Michael Czugaj. Stephens had his final appeal against a life sentence rejected in January. The final member of the drug ring, Renae Lawrence, is serving a 20-year sentence, which has already been reduced by almost two years. Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd said Australians would greet the decision with relief. “The Australian Government welcomes this decision by the Supreme Court,” he told Parliament. The Federal Government remains in close touch with Rush’s parents, who had been informed of the decision. Mr. Rudd said Rush’s parents had shouldered a heavy burden, with years of waiting for the decision. Opposition foreign affairs spokeswoman Julie Bishop said Rush was a young man, aged 19, when he was caught trafficking drugs and had a somewhat troubled past. If there was ever a lesson for people to understand they must abide by the laws of other countries, Rush’s was one, she said. “This young man has learned a very, very harsh lesson,” Ms Bishop told Parliament. (May 10th 2011)

Bali Governor plans to Limit Number of Expatriates Working in Bali The governor of Bali, Made Mangku Pastika, plans to limit work opportunities for expatriates who work on the island, especially in the field of hospitality. This is in order to provide wider employment opportunities to local people that are qualified in the field. “That restriction plan obviously needs to be reviewed first, with the competence and aptitude of certain graduates taken into consideration,” he said yesterday during the annual Association of Indonesian Private Universities event (Aptisi). Currently as many as 98% of the General Manager positions in five-star hotels in Bali are held by foreign expatriates. Ideally, according to Pastika, 50% of the GMs should be Balinese. Despite the many colleges of tourism on the island, these figures clearly show the low competitiveness of local graduates. Pastika commented that there needs to be a drastic improvement in attitudes and ways of working amongst tourism graduates. (May 10th 2011) Hungarian Woman Jailed in Bali for a Year With no Formal Charge A Hungarian woman has been imprisoned in Kerobokan jail for over a year without formally being charged or tried in a court of law. Eva Szucs (51) was arrested in Kuta after a warrant for her arrest was enforced by Indonesian authorities at the request of Interpol. The warrant was issued for fraud in Budapest and sent to Indonesia’s National Central Bureau of Interpol. She was arrested when renewing her work permit (KITAS) at immigration. Szucs has been in prison awaiting extradition, but since no formal extradition has been requested by the Hungarian government, she has remained stuck in legal limbo according to her lawyer, Giovanni Melianus. The lawyer said that it had been ruled that she should be returned to her home country by the Denpasar District Court, but since there is no formal extradition request, they cannot extradite her to face charges in Hungary. The law also requires a presidential decree for extraditions. Before being incarcerated, Szucs had been running a small business in Bali and had been living here for some time. (May 6th 2011) Bali Will Have no Agricultural Land in 20 Years-Water Crisis in 2015 An agricultural scientist from Udayana University, Dr. Ir. IGN. Alit Susanta Wirya, said on Thursday (5/5) that in the next 20 years Bali will no longer have agricultural land. One of the main factors is the increasing level of land use being very high, with as many as 1,000 hectares per year undergoing development. “It’s true that Bali is experiencing a surplus of rice, but as a matter of fact it is coming from outside. Bali’s spatial law (RTRW) must properly be enforced. If RTRW is implemented seriously, Bali will still be able to maintain the remaining agricultural land,” he added. At the same event, Drs. I Wayan Arjana, M.M. (Dean of the Faculty of Economics at the University of Warmadewa) asserted that a synergy between agriculture and tourism will reduce the occurrence of land conversion. Meanwhile the agriculture observer from Third World Network, Hira Jhamtani, pointed out at the function shifting of agricultural land into housing residents, caused by rapid population growth. In the period between 2005 - 2010 the total loss of rice paddies was around 5206 hectares. Bali also looks set to be facing a clean water crisis by 2015. This is due to population growth and rapid construction of buildings, especially in southern areas like Badung and Denpasar. The information was conveyed by Tjokorda Ngurah Pemayun of Bali’s Development Planning Agency (Bappeda) although the prediction itself came from a Japanese research team that conducted a survey in 2009. “The impact of a water crisis will be felt especially in the tourist areas of Kuta, Jimbaran and Nusa Dua,” he added. The problem, according to Tjokorda was that demand from the ever- increasing population was already outstripping groundwater supplies. He also said the Japanese scientists predicted that the island’s population would increase by 300,000 from the current 4 million, mostly through transmigration from elsewhere in the country. To anticipate water shortages the Bali government will cooperate with investors from South Korea for the development of a new water network. The plan is to get water from Tukad Unda in Klungkung to supply the residents of Gianyar, Denpasar and Badung. “At the end of May 2011, a feasibility study is expected to be completed, and in 2012 the new water network will start functioning,” added Pemayun. (May 6th 2011)

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18 May - 01 June, 2011

Video Cameras in Indonesian Show Endangered Sumatran Tiger Cubs Frolicking in Wild Video cameras captured 12 critically endangered Sumatran tigers, including mothers with their cubs, in Indonesian forests slated to be cut down, wildlife activists said Monday (9/5). One of the videos shows three young cubs playfully chasing a leaf. Another, triggered by an infrared sensor, recorded giant cats strolling across a clearing at night. Karmila Parakkasi, who heads the group’s tiger research team on Sumatra island, said capturing a dozen cats in such a short period is astonishing. “What’s unclear is whether we found so many tigers because we’re getting better at locating our cameras or because the tigers’ habitat is shrinking so rapidly here that they are being forced into sharing smaller and smaller bits of forests,” he said. The cameras were set up in a corridor - not officially protected by the government - between the Bukit Tigapuluh National Park and Bukit Rimbang Baling Wildlife Sanctuary. The WWF said timber permits are pending in the corridor. Forestry Ministry spokesman Masyhud, who uses one name, could not yet determine which company already is licensed for the area, but said permits would not be issued for a known location or crossing area of an endangered species. (May 9th 2011) Plane with 27 People Crashes in Eastern Indonesia A passenger plane carrying 27 people plunged into the ocean Saturday (7/5) as it approached an airport in bad weather in Indonesia’s eastern province of West Papua, killing all on board, officials said. Herry Bakti Singayuda, director general of air transportation, said the Chinese-made Xian MA60 twin turboprop plane went down just before landing in Kaimana. The flight, operated by state-owned Merpati Nusantara Airlines, originated in Sorong, another town in the province. He said rescuers had recovered 17 bodies from the wreckage of the aircraft, which crashed into Kaimana Bay about 500 yards (meters) from the end of the runway. Searchers were hampered by heavy rain. “Technically there was no problem with the plane,” Singayuda told a news conference. He said the plane had only 615 flight hours and had been purchased in October. It was one of 13 MA60s currently used in Indonesia, he said. Nuno Sampurno, chief of the National Search and Rescue Agency, said the crash was probably caused by bad weather which limited visibility. Bambang Ervan, a spokesman for the transportation ministry, said it was unlikely that anyone survived. “Given the condition of the wreckage of the ill-fated plane, it is hard to say that there are any survivors,” Ervan said. The passengers included an infant and two older children, Ervan said. (May 8th 2011) Indonesia Prioritizes Geothermal Energy Usage The Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT) said the use of geothermal energy currently tops the list of government’s priorities in developing new energy in the country because of its huge potentials. “We predict geothermal potential in the country could reach 26,000 megawatts,” BPPT Deputy Chief for Information Technology, Energy & Materials Unggul Priyanto said on the sidelines of an international congress on ocean energy and deep ocean water application (DOWA) here on Thursday (5/5). Only a fraction of the 1,200 megawatts of the geothermal potential had been utilized, he said. In view of the untapped huge geothermal potential, he said the government had decided to prioritize the use of the new energy. “Indonesia has the largest geothermal potential in the world and many European countries are willing to utilize it,” he said. From the economic and technological standpoint, geothermal energy was cheaper than any other types of new energy, Pryanto said. “The investment and production cost of geothermal power plant are also lower than those of power plants using marine systems”. (May 5th 2011)

Indonesia Probes ‘Illegal’ Sale of Gili Islands Indonesia is to investigate the illegal sale of 13 islands in the latest of a series of corruption scandals in one of Asia’s most popular tourist destinations, officials said Thursday (5/5). The National Land Agency (BPN) has been accused of giving ownership papers for the islets off Lombok island, near Bali, to a number of individuals and companies, West Lombok administration spokesman Ispan Junaidi said the islets - diving and snorkeling hotspots with huge coral reefs teeming with marine wildlife - include Gili Renggit, Gili Tangkong and Gili Nanggu, which is dotted with pristine beaches and is known locally as the “Paradise Island”. West Lombok BPN chief Udin Syafrudin denied that his office had issued the ownership certificates. “We’ve never issued those kind of papers. Some may make investment on the islands by building resorts, but not owning the land, and this is not against the law,” he said. An official from the provincial prosecutor’s office who didn’t want to be named said the islands covered almost 150Ha (370.6 acres), adding that foreign companies claimed ownership of 16 hectares on Gili Tangkong and Gili Renggit. Indonesia scored 2.8 out of 10 in Transparency International’s annual Corruption Perceptions Index for 2010, ranking it 110th out of 178 countries. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has won two elections on a graft-fighting platform but few people now believe he has what it takes to tackle the nefarious forces that control the country’s judiciary. A recent report by the Indonesian Survey Institute showed the public’s perception of the war on corruption was nose-diving. (May 5th 2011) Indonesian Police Find Unexploded Bombs Indonesian police have found six unexploded bombs which they say appear to have been prepared for a wave of suicide attacks. National police spokesman Boy Rafli Amar said the improvised devices were similar to one detonated by a suicide bomber inside a police mosque last month. “They planned to use the six pipe bombs for another terror attack like the one which was carried out by Syarif,” he told reporters today, referring to the mosque bomber’s name. Thirty people were injured in that incident. The bombs were found in a river in Cirebon city on Friday (6/5), just days before leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) are due to arrive in Jakarta to attend a regional summit. More than 6,000 police and military personnel are ready to secure the event, which comes amid heightened tension following the killing of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden by US commandos in Pakistan early Monday. (May 5th 2011) Officials have warned of possible retaliatory attacks by local Islamist extremists bent on avenging the al-Qaeda leader, whose campaign of global jihad against the West inspired many on Indonesia’s radical fringe. Police have arrested at least 25 suspects linked to Syarif, who was killed instantly when he set off his device in a prayer room at a police compound in Cirebon, West Java. The suspects are allegedly part of a new militant cell believed to have been behind a series of recent incidents, including book bombs which were sent to Muslim moderates and counter-terrorism officials. Police also foiled a bid to set off a massive bomb near a church on the outskirts of Jakarta at Easter. No one was killed in those incidents. Indonesia has won praise for rounding up hundreds of Islamist militants since it became a key battlefield in the “war on terror” in 2002 when local radicals detonated bombs on Bali island, killing 202 people, mainly Westerners. But analysts say religious extremism has been growing since 2008, and President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono warned last week that Indonesia’s cherished reputation for pluralism was under attack by a rising tide of extremism. (May 7th 2011)


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Middle School Students Kicked Off Bus for Passing Gas The bus driver had warned the two seventh-grade boys a few weeks ago after another joint gas attack, so they apparently were designated repeat offenders and handed one-day bus suspensions. (Columbus Dispatch) Man Dressed as Batman Arrested after Seen Hanging from Wall Officers pulled the 31-year-old man back onto the roof and found on him a baton-type striking weapon, a can of chemical irritant spray, and a pair of lead lined gloves. (ClickonDetroit. com) Air Conditioner Repairman Finds Man Living on Waffle House Roof Nobody is sure how long he was living there - or how he got up to the roof. Sick Dog Busts Out of Vet’s Office, Treks 7 Miles in Search of Home The vet says: “Jack is a wonderful dog. But he was so sick he could barely walk. Then, 72 hours later, he’s on the lam.” (Medford Mail Tribune) City Attorney OKs Graphic PETA Protest at Slaughterhouse A Milwaukee alderman tried to block it. PETA plans to show naked people - with their private parts concealed - covered in fake blood, lying on trays and wrapped in plastic sheets as if they were cuts of meat for sale in a butcher shop.(Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) “Marijuana Grannies” Busted at California Grow House Police say two women, 65 and 72, were growing more than 800 marijuana plants inside a home. (San Mateo Daily Journal)

Best Buy Employee Loses Job for Going after Computer Thief Instead of letting a shoplifter dash away without paying for two laptops, Roger Kline grabbed the guy and threw him to the ground. Because of that, the salesman lost his job. “Someone steals from you, you stop them,” he says. “That’s the way I was brought up.” (Billings Gazette) Alaska Teen Jailed after Short Trip Down River on Ice Floe The 18-year-old admits to the AP that it was a “dumb” thing to do, but to be jailed for it is “ridiculous.” (Fairbanks News-Miner) Boy, 6, Accused of Sexual Assault after Playing “Doctor” with Girl The Wisconsin case calls into question when a child’s act can be considered criminal - particularly when it involves behavior some experts say is normal for children that age - and who makes that determination. (Wisconsin State Journal)


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For Sale; Teak cabinet (H240cm, W63cm, L270cm) with glass doors for books, displays and A/V system (H240cm, W63cm, L270cm) in excellent condition, and teak wardrobe (H223cm, W73cm, L285cm) with 6 doors and internal/external drawers in good condition. 5.5 mill each or both for 10 mill. Call Evi on (0361) 464 201 / 0819 9919 1104, no SMS please. Denpasar. [251] For Sale; Many fully grown bamboo trees, make an offer. Need to remove them yourself. Call Von on (0361) 464 201 / 0819 9919 1104, no SMS please. Denpasar. [252] For Sale; Baby Bassinet (yellow) for up to 2 yr old infants. Complete with bedding, suspendable baby carrier, pillows and mosquito net. Can be converted into a play-pen and is foldable and stored easily. Rp.600.000,Call Evi on (0361) 464 201 / 0819 9919 1104, no SMS please. Denpasar. [253]

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For Sale; Toshiba M70 original from Australia. Never breaks. 15.4” LCD, Celeron 1.70Ghz, ATI Radeon, WiFi, genuine Windows XP. Complete with purchase proof, manual book, recovery CD. Easily upgradeable. Rp. 4 million only. Call Ken at 088 1368 1427. [232]

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For Sale; 1 antique wall mirror, 35 y. o, original paint. Made of old carving teak wood, dimension 145 x 257 cm. For arts collector. For information. Please call: Ika at 0818 0550 5625 or 0361868 0878. Denpasar. [235]

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For Sale; MagSafe Apple Power Adaptor for MacBook/ MacBook Pro. Brand new, still in the box. Please SMS 0812 3613 9993. [237] Wanted; Original games for PSP (UMD). Good price. Call 081 774 8887. [238] I have 6’3 surfboard in very good condition and want to exchange with Mini Malibu 8’0. Contact 081 2394 5604. Seminyak. [239] For Sale; Older medium size Sharp fridge. Still in good condition. Stays cold but must be defrosted regularly. Rp. 750.000 OBO. Contact +62 878 6198 8111. Seminyak. [260] Looking For; Nokia E66 new or in like new condition. Di cari Nokia E66, baru atau dengan kondisi bagus. Contact +62 878 6198 8111. Seminyak. [261] Books. English paperbacks. Majority in great condition. Prices mostly from 20, 00050, 000. Full list can be emailed and books ready to view. <sanursarah@gmail. com>, ph 0819 3304 8209 or 0361 285 437. Sanur. [262] For Sale; iMac 27, immaculate condition, 1TB hard drive, wireless keyboard, magic mouse. All boxed as new, all papers and Apple software discs. Beautiful computer. IDR 13,000.000. James 0816 471 8888. Sanur. [043]

Books, cook books + others for sale, reasonable prices. Some household items also available for sale. SMS or ring 0821 4614 6149. Seminyak. [240] Moving Sale; Sheets, bedcovers, cushion covers, paintings, ceramic pots and bowls, some designers from Europe. Shoes, DVD, etc. Call 081 2396 6648. Seminyak. [241] For Sale; Metal standing sign with frame for light box - 2 juta ONO. 0812 4446 4280. Seminyak. [242] For Sale; 1970’s original Orange speakers, 10 juta. Contact 0812 4446 4280. Seminyak. [243] For Sale; Art frames wooden need canvas, 800k. 45 pieces. 0812 4446 4280. Seminyak. [244] For Sale; Large wooden bar/ cashier painted Jackson Pollock style. 1.5 juta. 0812 4446 4280. Seminyak. [245] For Sale; 4x2 metre light box sign, great condition. 5 juta ONO. 0812 4446 4280. Seminyak. [246] For Sale; Boys and mens push bikes, 5 available. Good condition. 0878 6017 6960. [247] For Sale; Traditional style gazebo (lumbung) with room upstairs. Must sell fast. Rp. 20 million ONO. 0878 6017 6960. [248] For Sale; 2 Ariston water heaters 100L and 50L. Good working condition. Best offer. Dijual murah 2 pemanas air listrik, Ariston. Contact +62 878 6198 8111. Seminyak. [249]

For Sale; Balinese gong (genuine antique), ideal for display in villa or hotel. Just 3.5 jt. Call Von on (0361) 464 201 / 0819 9919 1104, no SMS please. E-mail <> for photos. Denpasar. [250] For Sale; Cannondale 21inch frame touring bicycle. Aluminium frame, drop handlebars, 21 speed, rear pannier frame, mudguards. Price: 3.2 million. Contact Maurice: <maurice_gold@>, HP: 081 834 4787. Sanur. [258] For Sale; La Germania cooker with 4 burners, oven, and gas-bottle compartment. Cost 4.6 million. Sale price with 2 gas bottles 2.8 million. Buyer collects. Contact Maurice: <maurice_gold@>, HP: 081 834 4787. Sanur. [259] For Sale; Blackberry Bold 9700 (Onyx). Complete original box. Perfect condition. Screen protected + extra casings. Rp. 2.9 million. Contact: 081 193 9281 or <>. Sanur. [185]


Letters To Bali Advertiser Metal Roof Frames Dear Sir, I would like to warn people that might be building a house about the new style metal roof frames. A friend of mine built a house less than a year ago and used the new metal roof frame on his house as it was a bit cheaper and quicker than the traditional wood frames. Now he regrets it. Soon after moving in the roof started to leak, leaving stains on the ceiling. A contractor inspected the roof and found the metal roof frame was substandard: the metal beams were too thin for the weight of the roof tiles and there were way too few metal beams to support the roof, resulting in sagging of the roof and hence the leaks. My friend is now spending thousands of dollars more to install wood supports to the metal roof frame that should correct the problem. I have also heard of others who have had major problems with metal roofs such as a roof that collapsed in Nusa Dua and other people having to shore up their roof as my friend is doing. Also, I know of one school and one house that are totally removing the recently installed metal roof frames and completely rebuilding with a wood roof. A very expensive change. May be there are quality metal roof frame contractors out there but there are also lots of people intent on making some quick rupiah. Being that there are no standards for metal thickness and number of supporting beams, I would suggest you think very carefully about the type of roof frame you use. Let the buyer beware. F.L. Wright, Sanur

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Orphanages…….again Dear Sir, For the past 2 years I have fund-raised and donated generous financial assistance to a Balinese orphanage. Last month I travelled to Bali and stayed in the orphanage for the first time….never again. Through silent and vigilant observation I learned the following; Only one of the 42 children is an actual orphan and approximately 30% of the other “orphans “ are members of the owner’s extended family. Some of the other children were sent there from eastern Indonesia and had not seen or visited their families for four years. Everyday before and after school the children had to do all the hard physical work. There was no time for sport or any other recreational activities outside school. At no time did I see the owner do any work. He just supervised the kids some as young as 10 years old repeatedly calling them useless and lazy. From time to time generous western people visited and donated rice, clothing and shoes. Little did they know that was a secret storage room full of food and clothing, which was being sold by the owner’s wife. The children slept in filthy dormitories despite the fact that last year I had given the owner the money for new bedding and repainting. The kid’s clothes were old and torn and many had holes in their shoes. On Sunday the owner’s sons drove down from Denpasar. One is in high school and the other is in university. Dressed in the latest gear, they both had iphones and my laptop! I had previously donated it for the children. All day long both boys lay on their beds playing Internet games and sending SMS. The ping of the SMS was resonated by the ping of breaking rocks as the children slaved out in the midday sun to repair the road. Was this a microcosm of Indonesia I asked myself? This country will never improve as long as blatant corruption is part of the mentality. The next day I left in disgust. I feel very sorry for the children but I will never return to Bali. I enjoy helping children so next year I am off to Cambodia. Yours Faithfully Catherine O Connor Singapore/Melbourne. Post, e-mail, fax or bring in your letters. Please address all to Letters To Bali Advertiser. Bali Advertiser will decide what to publish and will edit as needed.

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Rent just renovation, semifurnish 3 bedroom house 2 with A/C, 3 bathrooms, TV & fridge, kitchen set, bathtub, in Puri Ulun 10 Kerobokan, Gn. Soputan. Security in night time. Start now till Oct 5, 2011, Rp. 12 million or monthly Rp. 3 million. Call 0813 3862 9733 / 081 2384 5778. [2597]

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House for sale, Rp. 600 juta, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Location Banjar Anyar, 100 meter from Bali Buddha. Contact Ibu Mira 0813 3861 2640 or <mondotonio@hotmail. com>. [2356] 2 bedroom / 1 bathroom house. Fully furnished. Safe investment area in Petitenget, Kerobokan. Rp. 50 mill/year. Phone Sally 0813 3824 5783. [2608] Rent semi furnished new 1bdrm villa / perfect for office in Kerobokan. Western design with AC, hot water, 3are huge garden, 8 car parking. 10min Seminyak. 48 million, min 1 year. Bahasa 0361 743 4008, English 0812 3768 6613. [2614]

NC/Re/I-04 May 11

BERINGIN PROPERTY Local Agent and Local Prices

The only Property Agent based on the west coast of Bali

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

IDR 85 mill/are

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

IDR 3 mill/are/year

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

IDR 30 mill/are

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

IDR 185 mill/are

YEH GANGGA - 85 Are, spectacular sloping oceanfront block. perfect for private villa or boutique resort. Freehold.

IDR 180 mill/are

BELALANG - 12 Are, in western area with volcano and rice paddy views, very safe environtment for kids and family’s. Freehold

IDR 180 mill/are

KELATING - 104,70 Are, River and beach views, Near to Alila Beach Resort. 4,25m Access

IDR 100 mill/are

Jl. Darmawangsa No. 1, Tanah Lot - Bali - Indonesia Phone: +62 361 8483743 Fax: +62 361 8483743 Web: Email: / C/Re/I -14 May 11

Best location villa for sale. 4are/5. 5are, freehold. 2 storey 3BR with pool, terrace. Beautiful, nice neighbourhood, good investment, high rental yield. Furnished, movein condition. Call 081 2390 3201 / 036 191 4631, e-mail <>. [2617]


$170,000 US ONO PH. 081338232015

NC/Re/G-18 May 11

Pls. call: 085 237550256

NC/Re/I-18 May 11

Bargain! Charming cottage Umalas. Furnished 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, lounge, kitchen, delightful garden, great view, 10 min to beaches Berawa/Canggu. Available 15th May short or longterm. Price incl. cleaning, gardener, Indovision. 8 Mio/month. 081 2387 2786. <dominic.kuehni@gmail. com>. [2619]


Private sale: Small hotel for overcontract. 11+ years remaining on lease. Recently renovated. Six large A/C rooms plus residence for owner/manager. Large swimming pool. Call 0812 3653 4777. No agents please. [2621] New villa for rent in Kerobokan Kelod. 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, livingroom, kitchen, garage, swimming pool, rice field view. Rented yearly or more. Five minutes to the beach. Please call 0821 4420 7911 / (0361) 793 3727. [2633] House for rent, amazing view, 2 min. from Bali Buddha, 2 floors, fully furnished, 2 bedrooms, AC, clean and bright, 5millionsRp/month, avail. June 8 (3-4 month). Call 0812 3683 3080, e-mail: <>. [2657] Cute apartment style villa in Kerobokan village. 2 bedrooms with ensuites, fully furnished, swimming pool, air con, Wi-Fi, Indovision. Daily, weekly or monthly rental. Call/SMS 0819 9988 6438 or e-mail < au>. [2642] Villa for rent. Beautiful 2 bedrooms, 2 bathroom, 1 AC, hotwater, full facilities. Large gardens (8 are), ponds, peaceful quiet village Dalung - 10 minutes Kerobokan (from Bali Buddha, Global Extreme). 55 juta nego. Call: 0819 9932 3230 / 081 6472 6425. [2643]


The green valley of Gunung Agung

14-16 are freehold, north of Amlapura, freehold, building licence available, beautiful view on Mnt. Agung, road access, PDAM and PLN, ready to build. Plot US$ 67,000.00 (€ 45.000,00). 30 are, freehold, with villa (120 m) and garage/storage (100 m), building licence available, great view, water tower 3500 l, 4.4 Kwh and 3 AC US$ 400,000.00 (€ 270.000,00). 14 are freehold rice paddy, n/w of Amlapura, serene rice paddy and ocean view, road access. Plot US$ 62,000.00 (€ 42.000,00). 2 plots of each 7 are, freehold, n/w of Amlapura, serene rice paddy and coconut forest view, road access, in a very quiet and secure area each plot US$ 40,000.00 (€ 27.000,00). 13 are on the top of a hill, freehold, north of Amlapura, sloppy garden land, big trees, with nice rice paddy view, close to village, road access, PDAM and PLN, plot US$ 34,000.00 (€ 23.000,00).

Overcontract Sading Area 2 bedroom (AC), 2 bathroom, closed living room, kitchen, pool, carpark. Riverside & Spring waterfall. Landsize approx 700m². Beautiful quiet location. Good Price for 3 year! Call: 0819 3437 7882 or 0819 3603 3128 NC/Re/P-18 May 11


Beautiful house for rent Petitenget. Nice location, rice field view, fully furnished, 3 AC bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, Internet, Indovision 2 TV-DVD, garden and swimming pool, gazebo, housemaid, gardener. Rent daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly. direct owner 0812 3649 6762, <>. [2529] Luxury 2 brm house & cottages 4 rent in Umalas 2/ furnished/pool/ WiFi/Staff/Sat TV. 4 to 11 mill per mo, or long term avail. Call 736 903 or 0815 5892 8261. [2648] Villa Deli, Beautiful unique 2bedroom / 2bathroom villa for rent in Umalas, quiet location, swimmingpool,aircondition, on 6are land, nice garden, ricefield view, Wi-Fi. Call Pablo: +62 812 3600 7315. <>. [2657]

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









• Rare Opportunity in Petitenget ! • 20 year leasehold with an option to extend at market price • Lovely two bedroom villa set within an estate of one 1BR villa, three 2BR villas and three 3BR villas. • Built on 320 m2 of land, large open plan Living/Dining/Kitchen pavilion • Walking distance to such famed hotspots as The Living Room & Hu’u Bar

• Stunning Countryside Views Freehold Villa • Spacious, bright and tropical 3,5 bedroom mezzanine villa, sit on 460 sqm of land, in a 5 unit compound • Stunning countryside views, private pool, staff quarters and spacious garden • Borders rushing subak water way and looks out to greenbelt rice fields • 5 mins to Canggu Club, 2 km to the beach, less than 10 mins to Seminyak

• Home and Business for Sale in Canggu • 21 years leasehold with an option to extend for 10 more years at market price. • Each of the four villas - two 4BR, one 2BR and one 1BR - has private gardens and swimming pool and provide the perfect accommodation for 2 to 20 guests. • Enjoys panoramic vistas of the cascading green belt rice terraces • Within a short drive are Echo Beach, Bali Nirwana Resort and Tanah Lot

For Sale USD 150,000 Patrick Clancy (62) 817 973 3031 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

For Sale USD 445,000 Patrick Clancy (62) 817 973 3031 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

For Sale USD 1,100,000 Patrick Clancy (62) 817 973 3031 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358




• Stylish, Serene living in Pererenan! Freehold Villa. • Brand new 4 bedroom modern tropical villa sit on 940 sqm of land • Two bedrooms are separate from the main house and are poolside while the upstairs bedroom has an adjoining balcony to enjoy breezy evening sunsets • Custom designed pool, bale, sundeck, bamboo flooring & contemporary decor • Covered 2 car parking, clean spacious staff quarters and modern kitchen

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For Sale USD 635,000 Eric Livesey (62) 812 3766 3111 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

For Sale USD 750,000 Eric Livesey (62) 812 3766 3111 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

Central Sanur


Freehold in Brawa, Walk to the Beach Three bedroom villa fronting onto working rice field on 720 sqm of land Spacious indoor and outdoor living, complete with a pool and a lush garden Fully furnished with an excellent furniture pack, has its own generator Only 5 minutes to Seminyak, walk to the beach, Canggu Club and Canggu Deli.

Cucukan, Gianyar

• Perfect for living in the quiet area of Sanur • Located in Sanur area - one of the most wanted area in Bali – only a minute walking to the white beaches • Sit on approx. 420sqm of land size and 250sqm of built size • It has a large en suite master bedroom in western style • There’s a kitchen complete with western standard of kitchen equipment and bar area

• • • • •

For Sale Freehold USD 445,000 Wayan Wirsana (62) 819 1645 0672 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 823 5369

For Sale Freehold USD 360,000 Wayan Wirsana (62) 819 1645 0672 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 823 5369

Central Ubud • • • • •


Stunning and elegant! Located only 3 km from the center of Ubud A strong influence of Balinese style in its design 5 bedrooms,5 bathrooms, kitchen and large swimming pool Bordered by a river and with its spectacular view

For Sale Freehold USD 550,000 Wayan Wirsana (62) 819 1645 0672 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 823 5369


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Millionaire Rows in Cemagi, Freehold Land Spectacular 1,523 sqm absolute beach front view land The land’s size and shape is perfect to build one fabulous large estate Road access already in place Located in Cemagi near Bali’s iconic temple. Highly motivated vendor!

Central Ubud • • • • •


Location Location Location! Total size 4300sqm of Freehold land Subdivision can be discussed Direct access to the famous Ubud rice field walk Located at only 3 km from Ubud palace

For Sale Freehold IDR 6,375,000,000 Mark Vroon (62) 81 3377 93030 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 287 642


An offer of privacy, style and luxury home for living Sits on 3,000 sqm land size with 12m x 5m size of swimming pool Traditional “alang-alang” thatched roofing Three luxuriously appointed bedrooms decorated in calming and restful natural colors Just 15 minute drive from Central Ubud and 50 minute to the airport

For Sale Freehold USD 550,000 Mark Vroon (62) 81 3377 93030 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 287 642


For Sale from USD 895,000 Eric Livesey (62) 812 3766 3111 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

Absolutely beachfront property! Located in Cucukan, Gianyar only 15 minute to central Ubud Sitting on 710 sqm land size, has 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms Peaceful and serene living environment Enjoy the spectacular view of Agung Mountain during the clear shiny day

Pejeng, Ubud • • • • •


Lod Tunduh, Ubud • • • • •


A rare opportunity in Ubud This Freehold land of 1 Ha is definitely a must to see! Square dimension with approximate size of 100 m x 98 m Combination of flat surface and gentle sloping surface Located in Desa Kengetan, only 15 minute from central Ubud

For Sale Freehold IDR 9,760,000,000 Wayan Wirsana (62) 819 1645 0672 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 823 5369 C/Re/G-18 May 11


Real Estate

Bali Advertiser

18 May - 01 June, 2011

CANGGU Villa / house for rent. Rp. 100.000/day, 10 rooms. 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] Land for sale 5,5 are Rp. 375.000.000/are. 100km from Berawa Beach. Villa surrounding. 0857 3811 4666. [2546] C/Re/I-26 Jan 11

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

C/Re/I-06 Oct 10

Canggu villa for rent. Daily USD 75/day, min 4 days. 2 large bedrooms with ensuite bathroom, plunge pool, bale, Western kitchen. For picture, call +628 1682 7081 / <>. [2586] Stunning 39.5 are for sale by owner. Freehold, Rp. 120million/are, 10 minutes to Echo Beach, fronting river, good access, paddy view. Must sell. Wayan 081 2360 2991 <>. [2587] Freehold villa for sale, 3 bedrooms, 3 bath. Location Pererenan/Canggu. Land 5 ara, pool. Price 260.000 USD. Furnished. Contact Ibu Mira 0813 3861 2640 or <>. [2357]

C/Re/G-18 May 11

UBUD 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 $300k. <> / (0361) 9000 566. [1139] Villa for sale Country Estate near Ubud. Ideal for private home, villa or retreat center, rice field & river view. Lap pool steam room & spa. Call 0812 394 8595 for inspection. [1143] Ubud for rent villas 50m2, jungle view, 1 room, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1 private terrace, swimming pool, AC, TV, staff, parking. Price 650$/month, minimum 1 month. Paul 0812 3955 4361. <>. New. Wi-Fi hi-speed 40 USD/month. Ask for weekly rent. [1756] Land for sale 19 are Tegalalang. 25 min from Ubud. Ricefield, mountain and river view. Road 6 meter. Please contact (0361) 741 2333. [1553] New villas for sale or long term rent: river front, walk to Green School, 3 - 5 bedrooms, fully appointed kitchens/ bathrooms, swimming pool. 0852 3884 2386 or <www.>. [2349] Two bedroom villa and one bedroom Javanese teak house on 4 Are in Nyuh Kuning with 18 year contract. Wi-Fi, cable, A/C, hot water. For photos go to <www.saktihouse. com>. Call 0812 3646 1997 or 0852 3868 7171. $150,000 U.S. [2524] Land for sale 2.35 hectare, location Tegalalang Ubud, great view, water spring, road access 4.5m. Phone: 0852 3714 4456 Made Hayer. [1869] Shop for rent, Tegalalang Ubud, 6 are, nice garden, strategic location, newly renovated. Call 731 738. [2554] Ubud 10 are, ricepaddy views to 3 sides, direct access road, freehold 70M/are. - Kintamani Mountain retreat 86 are, super panorama + ocean views, freehold 10M/are. Details: <> or 0813 3850 6135. [2591] Investment opportunity for small boutique hotel in Ubud w/ incredible views of Sayan and Agung River. Poised to be an international “design hotel” 15 year renewable lease, 6 month project. <>. [2592] House and warehouse for rent, good for business strategic location. 20 are land, Andong street Ubud. Call: 0857 3900 0740. [2602] Riverview house for rent, artist’s retreat. Quiet, overlooking the jungle but in-town, furnished, long term: ideal for single, complete, private plunge pool, adjacent pool, 54 juta/year. +6285 739 000 947. [2651]

Villa 10 ara beautiful style for rent Canggu, 400mt Echo Beach. 260m2, 2 floor, 3 room AC, kitchen, 2 bathroom, 1 room TV satellite, telephone, fully furnished, terrace 60m2, garden, pool 10x5m. 200 Euro/day, 2200 Euro/15 days, 3500 Euro/month. Contact 081 834 4321, 0813 3967 1614. <>. [2606] Villa for sale/rent daily/monthly, brand new, freehold, 3 BDR, all with ensuite, closed living/dining area, pool, maidroom, 475m2, modern kitchen, fully furnished, river/ paddy view, quiet location. Jl. Pantai Berawa, Gg. Bisma. 0812 3672 2812. [2609] Small villa for rent 2bdr, pool, Wi-Fi, fully furnished, modern style, near canggu club, incl maid. Avail May and June. 9 mill/month. Area Canggu Permai. Hp: 0813 3828 7854. [2613] Canggu, Berawa. One bedroom villa for rent/sale. Available 22nd May. (Minimum 3 months 22 jt). Furnished, A/C, indoor plunge pool. 50 meters to surf. Look: <www.>. 0818 0576 6160. Agents welcome. [2616] House for rent 2 bedroom 2 bathroom, AC, hotwater, big garden. 65 Mio/year nego. Longterm. 10 min to beaches Berawa/Canggu. 081 2399 7441. [2618] For rent Villa Nauli 4BDR, AC, opening terrace, pool, garden. Staff, electricity, cable and Wi-Fi include. 1650USD monthly. Car possible. More info <http://bali-villa-nauli.> or <>. No agents. No available for only August. [2622] Rent 3 bedroom villa, two levels, ricefield, mountain view, 3 mins Canggu Club and beach, pool, four ara, bale, furnished. Yearly 160jt, available on June. Absolutely new. HP. 0812 3754 5255, <>. [2626] 25 are 100 meters from Cemagi Beach ready to build. Villa area, great mountain ricefield and sea view, can be enjoy from this land, 260 mill/are. And 28 are river view, 60 mill/ are. Please call 878 8818. [2632] For Sale: Ricefields-View “Villa & Office” with remarkable minimalist design. Price: Rp. 3,2 Billion. For details, contact the owner 081 6472 7567, email: <> or see/get the brochure in <>. [2636] Freehold, new luxury villas, modern, ricefield view, tranquil surroundings, 3, 4, 5 & 6 bedroom, 5.5-11 are, 6★quality - fixtures, tile, pool, architecture, Japanese grass, ect. Walk to beach, $495,000 - 1.4 million US. (Direct owner). NO AGENTS! 0859 3514 8525. [2647] Echo beach freehold land, flexible lot sizes. 500m to beach, ricefield views. 3 to 10 Are building sites, will subdivide to fit your needs. Also available, 21 Freehold Are next to quiet village. Stay cool in shade of large trees and enjoy sunsets over ricefields only 5 minutes from Echo Beach. Can also subdivide. <> or 0821 4614 7049. [2585] Land for quick sale!!! 13,2 are Padang Linjong (700mtr) from Echo Beach - Canggu and 3,17 are (+/-11x29m) near Villa Lalang Temu - Jimbaran (Rp. 145.000.000/are). All locations located in villa area. Contact Alex (0361) 336 9151. [2466]

C/Re/-26 Jan 11

TUBAN Office space 6x4 for rent in Tuban, strategic location. 900 metres from airport. Raya Tuban, office permit, IMB complete, virtual start from 5.5mill p.a, permanent Rp. 15 mill p.a. 807 1717. [2517]

JIMBARAN Sale ideal house, strategic Jimbaran, furnished two storey, 3 bedrooms AC, 2 bathrooms, large living room, open kitchen, maid bedroom toilet, garage. Contact 0821 4064 1234 / 0878 6010 7752. [2596] Land for sale: Freehold, 20 are in Jimbaran, just off Jl. Ritz Carlton. Elevated, quiet, big trees, nice lot for villa(s). Contact: <>. [2625] Beach Villa Jimbaran Bay metres from the beach. 3 bedroom en-suite, sea view, fully serviced and furnished, air-con, wi-fi, hot-cold water, satellite etc. Between FourSeasons and Intercontinental. Weekly, monthly, yearly. Call 089 9315 2814. See prices, pictures & videos <www.>. [2641]

DENPASAR House for rent. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, AC, 2 storey, 24 hours security, strategic location. Please call (0361) 749 1359. [1855] House located in Renon available for longterm rental. Land 319m2, building 280m2, 2 storey, 3 bdrm + 1 maidroom, 3 bthrm w/ separate bath tub and shower, H/C water, spacious kitchen and livingroom, wide verandah, 2 garden, carport, modern minimalist design. Central location, 10 min to Sanur, 15 min to Kuta, step to international school. Rp. 90.000.000 per year rental. Please contact Wila at 0857 9236 1231. [2375] House for rent in Denpasar, 1 living room, 2 bathroom, 2 bedroom with 1 bathroom inside, 1 big family room, big kitchen & garden. Rp. 18 mill/year (nego). Call 0813 3872 4288. [2600] House for rent, 2 storey, Jl. Ciung Wanara no. 1x Renon. 8 main bedrooms, 1 maidroom, 3 bathroom, good location, suitable for office. Please contact Bapak Bagus (0361) 855 2350. [2612] Quick rent. Cargo warehouse 1800m2 building 560m2, 4 mess, kitchen, garage, office, 2 phone lines, 4400W, water BT, main road. More info contact Mr. Bagus 081 139 5993. [2624] For sale one unit condotel, already running, good return, more than 11 percent yearly income, free insurance, management fees, furnished. Please contact Vincent (0361) 743 0690 (business hours). [2635]

C/Re/G-18 May 11


Real Estate

Bali Advertiser

18 May - 01 June, 2011

House with villa style, land size 3 Are, building size 2 Are, new building, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, + 100 meter from by Pass Ngurah Rai. Location Jln. Rama no. 21 B Pesanggaran, Denpasar. Price: 2,2 billion/nego No agent contact: 082 144 123 749, 081558007183 Email:


Location: Kuta, Seminyak, Oberoi, Canggu, Umalas, Kerobokan

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


RARE ANGON VILLAS, Kerobokan Call: 736 339 or 081 138 6450

NC/Re/I-18 May 11


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

2 Bedr, Petitenget, fully furnished, Rp. 100 Million 2 Bedr, Oberoi, fully furnished, Rp. 140 Million We have villas for everyone CALL NOW

Call : 081-805302008, Email :


Land / Villa / House for lease. No agent please! Please call/sms : 081 7047 1053 (Bahasa), 0819 9912 9255 (English). E-mail: <>. [2277]

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]

Great house for rent, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 120 mill, 2 years. Beautiful villa for rent, pool, central location, staffed, internet, 2 bedroom, 3 bedroom. Jalan Petitenget, 150 Euro daily, weekly, monthly, 175 mill yearly. <greghallca@>. +62 878 6008 3637. [2352] Nice villa for rent short/longterm. 2 bedroom, 3 bathroom on 400m2, garden, pool, pool table in Jl. Drupadi Seminyak, quiet area, close to everything. For more info call 0813 3857 3380 or e-mail <>. [2533]

All ads Rp. 5.000 per word All ads must be paid before printing

Australian family of 5 looking for 3-4 bedroom house/ villa in Canggu area. From mid July for 12 months (flexible). Pool, wifi, satellite TV, A/C, all mod cons! Good location. Please email < au>. [001] Mixed couple wants retirement home or land elevated min. 500m. Tabanan, Bangli or around. No luxury. Offers in Basa Bali, Indonesian, English or German. offers: <>. [002] Looking to Rent Office Space. Dicari Sewa Kantor. Looking in the Sunset Road, Jl. Dewi Sri, Jl. Sunset Garden, Jl. Marlboro (Teuku Umar Barat), etc areas. 200-300 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. [003]


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

C/Re/I-09 Feb 11


Prime land for lease starting from 700 sqm / 7 are, 30 years + 25 years extension, Jalan Drupadi II, in the heart of Seminyak, 6 meters private road access, 300 meters from the beach, close to all amenities. Price Rp. 12 mill/are/year. Contact: Putu 081 2380 6209 / < id>. [2019]


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NC/Re/P-18 May 11

Beautiful house for rent. Kitchen, 2-bedrooms, AC, 2-bathrooms, H/W, closed livingroom, fully furnished, TV-cable/telp, romantic garden, secure & quiet. Very central near Jl.66, close supermarkets & beach. June ‘11-June ‘13. Euro 12.000/2 years. Call 0819 1641 3563. [2278]


Call : 081236333693, 08179725265, 081805571144 E-mail :


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C/Re/P-18 May 11

Seminyak: 10, 11, 20, 18 A; Oberoi: 2, 8, 10, 13, 20, 34 A Batubelig: 8, 10, 19 A; Canggu: 5, 8, 40, 50, 70 A Umalas/Kerobokan: 9, 11, 12, 13, 19, 21 A Marlboro: 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 22 A; Ungasan: 13 A

C/Re/A-23 Feb 11


Canggu Luxury Villa


Shop Seminyak/Oberoi for contract - prominent position - parking - AC - toilet. Size 6mx9m, minimum contract 2 years. Rent nego. Phone 0361 - 731 903. [2447] Luxury private pool villas for rent in Seminyak and Canggu $150 a night. Monthly/ yearly rates available many to choose from 0878 6006 6424, <>. [2588] Luxury villas in Seminyak/Oberoi for daily and weekly rental. Two and three bedroom villas with pools, staff, Wi-Fi and cable. Please contact Ibu Ika +62 361 857 1658. [2593] Villa for sale at Petitenget with private pool IDR 1.95 B & land for sale at Petitenget - Tlaga Waja. 20 are, suitable for villas. Jonathan 081 7527 7732 Ray White Kuta. [2611] Rent villa short term, good price, available now: big garden, free Wi-Fi, AC, 2 bedroom, kitchen, swimming pool, TV channel, hot & cold water. Private place. Rp. 800.000/day. Book now Seli 0812 3764 8111 / <>. [2187] Villa for rent. 3 bedrooms, AC, 2 bathrooms, hot water, equipped kitchen, open living area, large, swimming pool, nice garden, daily maid, free Wi-Fi. Daily or weekly. Please call owner 0361-856 3389. [2630] Large room with en-suite available in 3 bedroom private villa. Oberoi area. Great view. Pool, kitchen, AC, living shared. All facilities included. Female preferred. Monthly 4.5 mln. 0819 9991 1840. [2631] For sale or short-term rental, 5 minutes walk to beach, contemporary villa, open space, 2 AC bedrooms w/safes, 1 oversized bathroom, flat screen TV, DVD, sound system, wireless, fully equipped kitchen, pool, maid, carpark. Contact <>. [1607]

Great location villa in Seminyak, Oberoi. 2 bedroom with swimming pool behind Ultimo Restaurant. Modern Western kitchen. Small room for daily, weekly, also available. Please call +62 813 3832 8877. E-mail: <merlinda.prepertybali@>. [2652] Fully furnished, newly renovated studio apartment 100 meters off Sunset, stone’s throw from Bali Deli. Great Seminyak location, convenient for restaurants, bars, shops, and beach. AC, hot water, security, etc. Only Rp. 4 Million per month. Contact Jack on 0819 1641 2326 / <>. [2640] New, nice & quiet villa for rent daily, weekly, monthly at jln Yudistira-Seminyak. Prvpool, AC, wifi, hotwater, sat TV, DVD, daily cleaning, airport pickup-transfer. Please contact Widya; +62 813 4796 0305, e-mail; <wid_thenymph@>. <>. [2644] Villa for rent: short and longterm. 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] Prime Oberoi location spacious 3 bed w/ pool on 5 are for rent 1 1/2 year. Beautifully furnished or unfurnished. TF: +62 878 6198 8111. [2468] Beautiful store 35sqmt sq in central Seminyak avail November. Renovated with electricity, lighting, floors in walk in condition. Min 4 years up front. SMS 0812 391 0353. [2649] New house for rent central Seminyak. 3 AC bedrooms, 1 AC living room, swimming pool, 4 ares land, Rp. 200.000.000/1 year. Without furniture, contract until February 2013 with extension same price 3 years. Call 0821 4551 9560, <>. [2650] Huge building on 5 ara close to Sunset Road Jl. Mertanadi. Suitable for home, office, school, shops etc. 125 juta per year. Min 2 years. Long term available. Call 0878 6017 6960. [2653] Seminyak luxury villa. One bedroom, 2-1/2 bath luxury villa for rent in the heart of Seminyak in quiet, secluded neighborhood. all marble and granite throughout. Pool, private parking, satellite plasma TVs, high-speed internet. Close in to Beach. $2750 per month or $125 per Day. Single adult or couple only. 081 2364 8871 or <>. [2656] Land for sale 8 are. 2 road access. Very strategic place. 1 km to sunset road, 30 min from Seminyak beach and airport. No agent please! Please call Ina 088 8492 2887. [2658] Afforadable house-studio very cute Seminyak. Quiet and safe area, 10 mins beach or Bintang. 1 bedroom A/C + bedroom lounge. Fully furnished. Newly painted. 4.5 mill month. 5 months available. 0821 4614 6149. SMS message please. [2634]

Bali Advertiser

Real Estate

18 May - 01 June, 2011

Room For Rent Weekly, Monthly in Sanur area. Full facility, 24hr security, Wi-Fi. Include breakfast, room cleaning.

Tel: 286 541, 910 7111

Very quiet secure position end of a gang on Jalan Drupadi 3 bedroom AC house with large open living area and kitchen in 5 Are garden with fenced pool and gated parking. 5.5 year lease at Rp. 140 million per year. Lease direct with owner. No rental agencies or short term lease. Contact 081 735 3401 or 081 5570 3612

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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] Villa and land for sale on the main road next to STP Nusa Dua ready to build for villa as licence completed. Call 081 2394 8595. [1149] 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] Best deal in Bukit, 4 airconditioned bedroom with ensuite bathroom and waterheater, living+dining, western kitchen, pool, jacuzzi, Wi-Fi, indovision, $50/room daily. Available for long term. Call 085 6732 4599 or <dvdtobing@ymail. com>. [2553] Rent beautiful big Indonesian house Bukit Jimbaran, garden, garage, full equiped, 2 bedrooms, AC, hot water, security, quiet place, near Bypass. 8 juta month, week night possible. Lia 0878 9992 6509. [2604] Freehold land for sale 4.8 are Bukit - Jimbaran, ready to build, electricity & water near by, ocean view, price Rp. 110 million / are Please contact 0361 895 3015 / 081 2366 6541 or e-mail: <>. [2518] For sale/rent. 2 bedroom fully furnished new house on 2 are with pool and great views of southern ocean and Karma Kendara. Sell US$ 130,000. Rent Rp. 120 mill per year. Phone 081 7977 1453 / 081 7479 6441. [1907] For sale/rent. 7 bedroom, 3 storey house with pool and BBQ area on 4 are. Great ocean views, overlooking Dreamland and Kuta. Currently run as B&B with license. Sell US$ 550,000. Rent Rp. 300 mill per year. Phone 081 7977 1453 / 081 7479 6441. [1909] Land for sale Pecatu ocean view 4/5/7/9 are from 80 juta/ are. Ideal for villa, near Dreamland Karma Kandara. Info <>. Tel: 0813 3848 7012. All land have SHM/freehold. [2655]

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18 May - 01 June, 2011

XANADU - Unique Investment Opportunity! Excellent Stage 1 Discounts! 5* Villa Resort Development in Seminyak • Show Villas Completed • 43 Year leasehold • Very profitable Rental Returns • Choose from Studio to 4 Bedroom Villas • Fractional Options Available! • Up to 50% R. O. I within the first 3 YEARS!! For Information/Details/Good Service Contact Colin. Phone: +62-819999-61528. Email: / NC/RE/M-18 May .11

SANUR 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom, office, laundry, 2 room maid quarters, fully furnished large family home with full size swimming pool on newly renovated 10 are on Jl Pengembak. Lovely home for large family or run your business from home. Plenty of space with beautiful gardens. 2 live in staff. 6 months rp120m or 12 months rp220m. Call Paul +614 1429 6196 or e-mail <>. [2589] For sale, house in sanur LS 150m2 BS 180m2 4 bedroom and 2 bathroom. Rice filed view, location 5min to Sanur beach and 15min to Denpasar. Call 081 7975 8000 / <ary.>. [2590]

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Villa for rent (June 22), central Sanur, quiet neighbourhood, 3BR/AC, 2 BA, plus maid’s 2 room/1 BA. Fully furnished: TVs, home theater, washer/dryer, pool table, swimming pool: <>. Ph: 081 2397 2084 or 286 330. [2598]

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

House for sale, 2 storey, Jln. Sekuta Gang Melati II, Sanur. Land size 3 are, price 1,4 Billion + furnitures (except bed and paintings). Contact 0812 3634 0080 / 0813 3724 9375. [2599] Villa for rent weekly, monthly, yearly, available 1 and 3 bedrooms, fully furnished, hot & cold water, swimming pool, parking lot, Wi-Fi, 5 minutes to the beach and international school. Call on: 0361 887 6679, 081 138 5315, or e-mail: <>. [2066] Land for lease 53.2 are Jalan Pungutan, close to Bypass road, on beachside level wide frontage, term 27 years. Price Rp. 2,750,000/are. Call Ketut 0813 3732 5199 or Wayan 0812 3674 1115. [2601]

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House for rent 3 bedroom, AC, hot water, swimming pool, full furniture, 3 years. Cemara 25, Semawang Sanur. Contact 081 734 2002. [2190]

avanee residence DENPASAR

For sale/rent two bedrooms villa with open style livingroom, private sw.pool, private bathtub with open shower, fully furnished in 415m2 of land, cable TV, internet, close to beach, shops, rest. HP: 081 2364 3351. [2607]


For rent just off bypass. Quiet road. Modern. 2 beds, 2 baths, hot water, A/C, livingroom, kitchen, beautiful garden. Mins from beach. Close to all facilities. Pool. No agents. 081 5470 0064 / <>. [2615]

“Fully furnished studio apartment for your short and long stay needs”

ONLY Rp. 2 million / month

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

Villas, etc.

2 absolute bargains in Jimbaran. Owing to ill health, owner has reduced prices for Kedis Resort. 5 bth,, 2 living rms, 3 pools, gym, library, sep. guest accom. Full furn. Live in luxury or join resort rental pool for excellent ROI. Full resort facilities. Full security. Was USD795K. Now USD 675K. 1. Near GWK. 3 br, 3.5 bathrooms luxury villa on 10 are. Brand New – never been lived in. Sea views from Jimbaran Bay to Benoa. Quality build. Big pool, furnished. Reduced from USD 595K to USD450K. Jl Oberoi. Live music bar/restaurant. Highly successful business. 13 year lease. 200m2 floor area. Fully equipped. Rp 5.5M Jl Petitenget. Streetfront. Stunning designed restaurant/ bar with accom. Near Metis. Rp. 14.5M. Freehold Villa in Umalas. 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom with swimming pool on 2.6 are. Price reduced to USD 225,000. Freehold


Batu Belig 38.55 are. 2 street access. Perfect development site. 100m from beach. Rp. 750 mill/are. Bukit. 2.5 Hk. Next to Kama Kandara. Stunning sea views. Beach access, bitumen road , water and electricity on site. Reduced to Rp285 mill/are. Echo Beach Absolute Beachfront. 1.7 Hk. Ideal development land. Rp. 500 mill per are. Echo Beach. 73 are next to Sea Sentosa. Resort site. Rp495 mill/are.


New modern villas for rent quiet peaceful area, 3 rooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen equipment, livingroom, laundry, pool, garage, fully furnished. For more information contact 081 139 5993, 0878 6138 0110 Ida. [2623] Villa for sale/rent by owner, close Sanur, two floors, 4 beds, 3 baths, office, maidroom, pool, garden, parking. Freehold, 5are, IMB, 2.6M nego or 110 juta/year. 0813 3874 4018 or <>. [2627] Available July, August, September individual townhouse in central Sanur, part of a Condotel minutes from beach, pool, 24 hour security. Downstairs: Lovely sitting room, kitchenette, bathroom. Upstairs: Beautiful double bedroom with balcony, bathroom. IDR10,000,000/month. Maximum 2 people. No smoking. <>, +62 (0) 821 4727 6664. [2628]

TABANAN Villa for sale / rent. Quiet area in Tabanan. Call 081 2394 8595. [2057] For sale some of the most beautiful land in Bali! Large and small plots available in the best priced and fastest growing area in Bali. Beachfront, ocean, ricefield, mountain, river & waterfal views. All land is freehold and already prepared for building. Price starting Rp. 15 million/are. Also great for investment direct from owner. E: <>. Call: +62 (0) 81 855 5010. W: <www.floryn>. [1382] Beachfront land for sale: 109 are frontage of 36 metres, over 100 coconut palms. Location Beraban between Tanah Lot and Soka, off the projected sunset road. Visit <www.>. [2620]

NUSA DUA 2 houses for rent, 2/4 bedroom (daily, weekly, longterm rental), furnished/unfurnished possible, quiet area - Land for rent/sale 5 - 30 are - All locations close to Geger Beach, 0361-777 092, 0361-877 1711 or e-mail <balifamily2000@>. [1345] Kampial villa 2 bedrooms 2 bath, living, dinner, kitchen, big terrace gazebo, full furnished, TVsat, A/C, hill seaview, quiet area, big garden, sw.pool, good for children. 8 juta/ months, included service & security. 081 7472 7296. [2594] Villa for rent 3 bedrooms, AC, 2 bathrooms, fully furnished, swimming pool. Located near Taman Mumbul in cottage state. Price 105 mill/year. 65 mill half year. Dina +62 821 4548 3628, <>. [2605]

Villa for rent Sanur area. 2 and 3 bedroom, swimming pool, big garden, near beach. Price 120 million year nego. Rent house 3 bedroom Sanur area, 50 million year. Call 0821 4407 8745 or 0878 6014 8361. [2629] 3 bedrooms villa for rent, private pool and part furnished cozy villa. Location is quiet and western neighborhoods. Price 130,000,000/year. Call 0813 3721 0646. [2142] Beachfront land for sale freehold. A beautiful peace of land 25 are located north Sanur 15 min away from central. Price 185mil/are. Call 0813 3700 2573. [2143] 9 are land for lease. Premium location beach side of Bypass, suitable for big private villa or 2 unit villas. Call 0813 3721 0646. [2144] North Sanur/Saba 5 minutes from Ketewel Beach brandnew house for rent 2 are 2 bedroom big yard. Yearly IDR 30million available for longterm rent. SMS 081 2389 1960 or e-mail: <>. [2638]

Jl Oberoi. Stylish 3 br/3bth villa in the middle of eat street. Min .3 months rental. US4000 per month.

House for rent at Sanur area. 3 bed rooms hot water living room fully furnish. Please contact to 0812 3618 4478 or visit our house at Jl. Danau Tondanu no. 110 Sanur. [2645]

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

A great deal. Brand new house, 3/4 bedrooms, close to Sanur, AC, security gated, kitchen, good for office. Price Rp. 85 mill/year. 3 bed, pool, furnished Rp. 120 mill/year. Call 0819 9940 9249. [2660] C/Re/I-04 May 11

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18 May - 01 June, 2011

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


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

LEGIAN Beautiful house for rent. Kitchen, 2-bedrooms, AC, 2-bathrooms, H/W, closed livingroom, fully furnished, TV-cable/telp, romantic garden, secure & quiet. Very central near Jl.66, close supermarkets & beach. June ‘11-June ‘13. Euro 12.000/2 years. Call 0819 1641 3563. [2278] Beautiful tropical villa with pool in Padma Utara. Close to the beach. Two independent bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchens, Wi-Fi, cable-TV, staff. Euro 75 daily, Euro 500 weekly. Contact 081 890 0480. <www.pondokernitabali. com>. [1560] For rent (daily/weekly/monthly) - spacious, light-filled and well appointed 62sqm 1-bedroom apartment, located on the 3rd floor of ‘Residence A’ of the Jayakarta Hotel. Only $75USD per night. Visit <http://www.8degreesapartments. com> or e-mail <> for more information. [2603]

Gili Trawangan 150 are Hak Milik with over 80 m of beachfront. Artesian well, trees and superb sunset views to Gunung Agung. Price 16 Billion. Contact: Yannie, 0361 780 0232. [2370]

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Phone: 0813 3704 7520 / 0812 3615 0383 NC/RE/M-18 May .11

Lombok/Sekotong 2 bdr 3bthrm villa on beach pool store rooms sept bar and entertaining area 2 berukas. 10kv generator power water certificate and building permits. Ph Chris 0813 3820 3891, e-mail <>. [2551] Land for sale in Kuta - Lombok. 152 are (SHM), beachfront 500m before Novotel. Best location. Please call (0361) 224 003 (from 9am-5pm) or 081 138 9074. [2646]

KUTA Private room 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, AC, kitchen, hotwater, freezer, TV, fully furnished. Close to airport/beach 5 min. Nice room/safe. Call 0813 5767 8881. Rp. 3 mill / 4 mill/month, Rp. 200rb/day. [1532] House for sale. 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, garage, livingroom, kitchen, one gate system, very strategic location, close to everywhere in exclusive area. More info please call 0812 3618 4567. [2360] Kuta house for sale and rent 1.8 million or 55 juta/year, 192sqm, Jl. Raya Kuta Hotel Harris riverview, opposite side. 2 storey, 3 room, nice comfort convenience to everywhere. Please contact 0821 4587 5774 or 751 545. Nego. [2610] 2 bedroom family house, central location, opposite Bali Galleria, overcontract terminating July 31, 2012, for only 25 million Rp in total. Available now. Extension negotiable with owner. Rusmiyati 0813 5308 1150; <hbarend@yahoo. com>. [2639] Bar for rent! 70 sqm, equipped, already running, busy location, busy central Kuta, good investment! Don’t hesitate, call now, open tomorrow! 0857 9235 5297. [2654]

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SINGARAJA North Coast. Really front beach in Geretek, between Amed and Air Sanih. 3.200 meter. Land situated between road and sea. Many trees. Rp. 640 million or USD 71.000. Tel 0813 3709 2385 / 0813 3776 7419. [2186]

GIANYAR Ruko for rent, 2 floors, 2 bedrooms, 4 toilets, AC, hot water, kitchen set. Contact 081 2394 8595. [1150] Land for sale 19 are, near by pass Ida Bagus Mantra. 3 km from Bali Safari Marine Park. Good for ware house or manufacture. No agent please! Please call Ina 088 8492 2887. [2659] House for rent 12 are land, Pering Village, Blahbatuh, spacious 3-4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms H/C, furnished, large lush garden, pizza oven, great views, housekeeper on-site (separate quarters), available August. <janehp@gmail. com>. [2661]

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A change at the top of our game


36,70 Are

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

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

Contact : Annie + 62 81 339 455 009

LBUK128 Bukit

16 Are

This stunning section of land is a must see! Offering the best panoramic views of Tanjung Benoa / Jimbaran Bay / sunrise and sunset, this is the perfect location to develop your unique residence here in Bali. A very hot property with a very attractive price! Call now to arrange an inspection! Contact : Siska + 62 81 55 759 228

Title : Hak Milik Price : USD 328,000

SSNR551 Sanur




Set on 325 sqm of land this villa is a mix of modern & traditional Balinese styling, comprising of 2 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms fully furnished & ready to move in. Perfectly located in a residential area, with a nice private swimming pool & bale bengong/gazebo for those lazy afternoons, close to every landmark & only five minutes walk to Sanur’s white sandy beach. Title : Leasehold - 25 years Price : USD 210,000

Contact : Ray White Sanur + 62 85 719 048 621





Striking and stylish are the words that describe the design of Villa Mouton. Chosen for its cubist design with an asymmetric roofline, where the open spaces are fully utilized. The villa has a large living room with adjoining kitchen (74,5sqm) and 48sqm guest house. Next to this is a spacious undercover lounge-area (24sqm), looking out over the sea. Title : HGB Price : IDR 3,299,000,000

Contact : Annie + 62 81 339 455 009

SGIA001 Saba, Gianyar



SBUK199 Bingin


This well designed villa is part of a 5 villa concept near the scenic village of Saba. It is built in a Balinese compound and is embedded in a tranquil and secluded area surrounded by rice paddies, jungle and a small river. A place to enjoy peace and nature.

Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 1,900,000,000

Contact : Ray White Nusa Dua + 62 81 5570 1729




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

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






QUICK SALE!!! SLBK610 Gili Trawangan




A luxury fully serviced 3 bedroom villa on the jewel island of Gili Trawangan, only a short trip from Bali. Complete with exclusive furniture, 10 Are large garden and swimming pool, all located within a coconut plantation only 400m from the beach. Buy now for high season rental income.

Title : Hak Milik Price : USD 225,000

Contact : Ray White Sanur + 62 87 861 867 277



Contact : Haryono +62 85 857 442 601

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SBUK402 Bukit-Jimbaran



The Waiting is Over! Its Here! Come and check out our new lavish office at 9A Sunset Rd.

This stunning property overlooking Jimbaran and Benoa Bay, brand new, 4 bedroom villa. Guarantees fantastic views. The 380 sqm 3-floor-villa sits on 732 sqm of cascading land. Excellently built with quality interior, marble floors and parquet wood in bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms. For your leisure time choose between a refreshing swim in the well sized pool (11m x 4m) or relax in one of the bales or enjoy a drink and a fresh breeze on your spacious, roofed terrace. Call now to view. Contact : Shane Walsh Title : Hak Milik + 62 81 338 276 772 Price : IDR 5,200,000,000


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STAB056 Cemagi




SNUD111 Tanjung Benoa




This magnificent Balinese style property in Cemagi only 12 minutes to Canggu Club and Echo Beach, 10 minutes to Tanah Lot has everything, 2 kitchens, 2 dining rooms, guest house, beautiful rice field views. Quality build to high western standards. Manicured gardens, 3 fish ponds, 3 fountains, water filtration system, changing room and bathroom for the pool. Entertainers delight!

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

Contact : Shane Walsh Title : Hak Milik + 62 81 338 276 772 Price : USD 499,000

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



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

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This beautiful 4 bedroom house has been thoughtfully designed and lived in by its owner who is reluctantly selling due to relocation. Set in 8 Are of beautiful gardens including its own vineyard this is the perfect house for somebody seeking total tranquillity and privacy. 3 Storeys with a beautiful spiral staircase leading to a circular room where you have views every way you look. There are quite simply no other houses like this on the market so please contact us for an early viewing. Price: USD 483.000 REF RV-984

Nestled in the rice fields of rural Batu Belig yet only 5 minutes drive to the beach, shopping centers in Seminyak and a variety of International Restaurants. This minimalist unfurnished house features 4 bedrooms with 2 en suite, 3 bedrooms upstairs have a terrace with stunning rice field views, 3x8m swimming pool with pool deck and gazebo, staff quarter and a carport for 2 cars. Location is fantastic with good access. If you are looking for tranquility, then you have found it! Price: Rp. 3,590,000,000 REF RV-979





Extensively renovated in 2008, the villa is a fusion of modern Bali and a traditional style two story stone Javanese house set on the outskirts of Canggu Village. Completely redesigned with a new master bungalow and pool. Situated less than 5 minutes to the beach, 15 minutes from Seminyak. The villa is on 4 Are of freehold land, featuring 2 bedrooms with ensuite and an option for third bedroom (double daybed in TV room), living room and kitchen open onto swimming pool and garden. 2 upstairs balconies with room for dining, with views of rice fields, mountains and beautiful sunset. This house offers tremendous value for money. Price: USD 320,000 REF RV-978

One of a kind villa set on 3 Are freehold land, boasting 3 en suite bedrooms, 2 of the bedrooms face the 3x9m swimming pool. The open-air kitchen, dining room and living room located on the 2nd floor have beautiful rice field views. Private parking area shared with 2 others villas. Located in west Canggu only 10 minutes from Echo Beach. This fully furnished villa is perfect for a holiday home or permanent living. Price: USD 295,000 REF RV-960





Located on Jalan Raya Kerobokan , only 5 minutes from all the action, this modern design villa offers spacious living on 9 are lot. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large terrace with a picture perfect view is an example of perfect mix with comfort and design. Large 12 x 3 pool in a manicured garden. Price: USD 275,000

Affordable freehold in Berawa. Set on 1.25 Are this 2 story villa is decorated to the highest standard. 2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms, modern kitchen all with great rice field views from the balcony. Marble floors, custom furniture , with all the comforts this could be the perfect starter home. Price: USD 160,000

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