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For Sale; PAX M3 - vintage camera. The PAx are 35 mm viewfinder & rangefinder cameras made by Yamato Koki Kogyo in the 1950s. Known also as the Japanese version of Leica. I got it from my father and I believe he bought it in around 1952. In good condition, must see to appreciate. Sell for Rp 10 million OBO (Or Best Offer). Call or text 0813 8667 6256. Seminyak. [163] For Sale; The innovative Wacom Intuos3 A5-Wide Pen Tablet in 16:10 format. Mint condition. 99% Like new. Never been used. Complete with original box. SysReq: USB-port & Windows or Mac OS X. Contact me at: 0819 9911 4657. Denpasar. [164]

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Private Sale; 12 string Ibanez performance acoustic guitar purchased in Australia for $875,00 Model PF10-1. Very good condition, played very little. Selling price, $500.00 (4.351.000rpt) English inquiries SMS, 0813 3747 4477 Pantai Saba Blahbatuh. [150] Private Sale; Shure Beta 87/A. Professional high performance microphone. Genuine never used. Made in Germany (purchased in Australia at $1.250.00AUD) requires Phantom point Amp/plug in. Top stage performance indoor/exterior, special chip sensors. Reduced selling $800.00 ONO. SMS English 0813 3747 4477. Pantai Saba, Blahbatuh. [151]

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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?

For Sale; Assorted fishing tackle. Light and heavy gear. Reels, Lures, skirts, trolling toys. All the equipment needed to catch all gamefish. Phone/SMS: 0819 3629 1908. Kuta. [120]

For Sale; US Robotics Wireless Turbo PCI Adapter. USR5416. Enables a PC to connect to wireless network instead of cable connected. IDR 200.000. Contact 0815 5810 1235. Sanur. [013]

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For Sale; Pinnacle DV500 PCI card for PC video editing. Hooks up to any TV for realtime previews and rendering via breakout box. Comes with Adobe Premiere and capture software. IDR 250.000. 0815 5810 1235. Sanur. [014]

For Sale; 2 pcs, new iPad2 Wifi, 32 GB (not 3G), black color. Still in original box + grey smart cover worth $ 40 USD. Price Rp. 8,400,000 (negotiable)/pc, 1 yr Apple warranty. Call & SMS: Apple +62 8525 907 2997 (9am5pm). Ubud. [122]

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B e r i s l a v Loncarevic was born in Zagreb, the current capital of Croatia, at the time a part of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. He is a former snowboarder, a passionate surfer and a full time writer working at the moment on two books. His first book Skitač na valovima (Drifter on the Waves) was published in Croatia in 2009, making it on to various bestseller lists including the biggest online bookstore in Croatia, Superknjizara, and the most prominent web page for literature, Booksa. In 2010, Berislav brought out False Prophets, published by Bali’s Saritaksu Editions, which was launched during the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival. What did you enjoy doing as a child? I was always a kind of a loner. As an only child I spent most of the time by myself reading, listening to music, daydreaming. That changed later on when I discovered snowboarding and started spending all the time I could in the mountains with my friends. I still like to be alone, but I also like the company of people. What is the most vivid memory you have of your childhood?

wanted to try surfing because it is the original board sport and surfers are so good at hyping it up. But it was not easy to pursue surfing in Croatia. The Adriatic is warm and pleasant but flat as a lake, and traveling to find surf spots was far too expensive. I finally tried surfing for the first time in 1996 while traveling around India and the Maldives. I liked the sport instantly and decided to try to master it. What was your first piece of writing that was published? Since elementary school I’ve had articles published in different magazines, but my first positively received literary work was an amalgam between a novel and a travelogue, Skitač na valovima published by Profil International in 2009. What is your new book False Prophet about? It’s a compilation of short stories, but also a travelogue describing a cyclical journey through time and space. I believe that even if you read each story separately, you can also experience the book in its entirety because each story is connected. Why didn’t you translate Skitač na valovima into English? The book is written more for Croatian or ex-Yugoslavian readers. It is a blending of facts and a fictionalized account of a lonely Croatian man traveling the world in pursuit of happiness while facing all the challenges typical of someone who has lived in post-war Croatia. After the war everything changed in my country, all the customs and the old ways had disappeared, and people needed to find new directions in their lives. What is the best thing you like about Bali? People, waves, and its slow motion life style. A lot of things. I accept everything about Bali, both the good and the bad. What are you currently working on? I’m writing a book in Croatian about the history of snowboarding. It is not only about snowboarding as the fastest growing sport of the 20th century, but also about the rebellion of young kids against the establishment. Rock and roll in the sixties was something like snowboarding and skateboarding are today. Is there any connection between your writing and your surfing? In surfing I can find most of the things that inspire me to write and to live. The problem is that these insights exist only for short exhilarating moments while surfing. When the wave subsides, it makes me want to repeat the experience over and over again. What are your favorite surf spots?

Almost drowning at the age of four. I can still recall every second of the experience, all the details of time passing extremely slowly under water. I was very much frightened of the ocean for a long time and to this day the ocean and the waves hold a fascination for me as a place where I need to repeatedly overcome my fears.

The Mentawai Islands offer some of the best waves on the planet. I also enjoy the terrifying surf at Panaitan. Basically, though, I’m a homeboy and find Bali’s Balangan beach the best for me. How may readers contact you?

What are your hobbies/interests? I like to read, write, spend time in nature, surf without boundaries, recite poetry until I weep, spend time with friends, go out and dance, diligently practice Dojo Aora martial arts, travel the world with my wife Aleksandra. When did you start surfing? Being an addicted snowboarder for more than a decade, I

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For Sale; Digital camera Pentax Optio E10 6Mp, 3x-zoom, USB cables for PC+CD, portable size, power two AA size battery. Slightly use, best condition. Bonus: case for carry. 750.000rph nego. Contact 0821 4729 3294 Ira. Kuta. [010] For Sale; Technisat Skystar2 PCI card. Enable a PC to receive satellite TV to watch, record thousands of channels, incl Dutch, German, French, Spanish, Russian channels. Or used for internet access. IDR 250.000. Contact 0815 5810 1235. Sanur. [011] For Sale; 2nd flash Sunpak PZ42X for Canon/EN-42, good condition. IDR 1.500.000. Call/SMS 081 2389 5551. Dreamland. [095]

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For Sale; Unopened gift, book/T shirt. Eat Smoke Sleep Adventures of an Ozzy. Aussie author, Hilarious book plus T Shirt Eat Smoke Sleep with Kombie, Surfer girls. Nice gift. 175, 000Rp. 0818 0576 6160. Sanur. [016]

For Sale; Nokia 6600 has been lost. If found, please return to Merie 085 6376 2239. Reward: Rp. 3.600.000. All datas or information stored inside the mobile phone must be intact. Phone battery, phone chip must also be intact. Kuta. [004]

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New Refuge is Just the Cat’s Whiskers Bali’s dogs have a bad name, for all sorts of reasons, not least the woefully mismanaged rabies outbreak which since 2008 has killed upwards of 120 people. But that’s unfair. The dogs are not to blame. It is the studied indifference that the Balinese affect in matters of animal welfare, and their still widespread refusal to accept responsibility for animals in their care, that lies at the root of the dog dilemma. It’s much the same with cats. They are less obviously a problem, being essentially solitary animals, but Bali’s stray felines lead sad and sorry lives. So it is cheering to hear that a new refuge is providing professional veterinary care for strays or otherwise unwanted cats lucky enough to get a berth at Villa Kitty Bali, at Lodtundah near Ubud. It was the idea of Elizabeth Grant Suttie (some may know her as Henzell) who in her other life is executive assistant to Janet DeNeefe, the fragrant rice activist who feeds and houses paying guests in Ubud and is the luminous presence behind the annual writers and readers festival. Villa Kitty Bali has four veterinarians and four veterinary nurses on staff, plus support personnel. It began life as the cat section at BAWA – the Bali Animal Welfare Association – but moved to its own purpose-built accommodation this year, with the help of substantial private donations. Many of the cats at the refuge are adopted by caring Balinese families. Villa Kitty Bali is in the process of registering as a charity. When this is complete, Yayasan Kucing Bali - Bali Cat Foundation will be able to receive donations officially. In the meantime, Villa Kitty Bali, which opened on March 17, is on Facebook and welcomes visitors. We gather proprietary cat food for kittens is in great demand so if anyone has friends coming from overseas who could bring in a tin or two that would be very welcome. Hector is planning a visit. Possibly with kitty food.

the Yogyakarta Royal Palace. We’re pleased to note that despite all these excuses for taking executive action, the authorities did their best for ordinary mortals. Borobudur remained opened to the public. Gere, who as well as being a Celebrity is also a Buddhist Celebrity, apparently, whatever that functional oxymoron is, then brought the family on to Bali for a holiday. We don’t know where; or care. But we hope it was a pleasant stay for them.

Top Nosh We imagine it wasn’t the Westin Resort and Spa at Nusa Dua that the Geres got into after disturbing the peace in Borobudur, which might have been a mistake on their part since the property has just acquired the services of an excellent new executive chef. For this intelligence we are indebted to general manager Bipan Kapur, who via Titin Rohayati, who spruiks for the establishment, sent us a lovely email about the arrival of Ewald Jeske, in that important office. Br. Penestanan Kaja, Sayan, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia T. +62 361 976 752 E. W. NC/E/I-29 June 11

Days of the Triffids The walking programme – jalan jalan olah raga, “sport walking”, around here – is well on track, so to speak, and aimed at achieving a level of fitness in Diary and Distaff that might make survival of cliff tracks in Scotland and treks to wine bars in Budapest – both these excursions are scheduled for August – less of an unlikely outcome than might otherwise have been the case. We go twice daily, most days: an early morning trot around the ridges of beautiful Banjar Bakung Sari at Ungasan to see which of the local dogs are awake and a late afternoon reprise to check whether they still are. Most have revived from their afternoon siestas by then, it seems. Mercifully, though, most now also seem inured to the fact that two of the local Bules choose to walk rather than drive, and no longer set up a furious round of serial barking on our approach. Our method of movement is certainly a novelty to most of the locals, the beneficiaries of price controlled petrol at Rp 4,500 a litre, who invariably fire up their scooters to travel anything over 50 metres rather than saddling up Shanks’s pony. Lately, however, some of the scenery has been moving as well. It’s cut-and-cart time at the moment and we’re fortunate perhaps that, now equipped with electronic readers – Kindles – we haven’t yet acquired electronic copies of John Wyndham’s Day of the Triffids with which to alarm ourselves. Cutting and carting hereabouts, where the leafy product of particular trees and shrubs is concerned, is done by the simple process of pruning the selected plant and placing the collected result upon one’s back, and then trotting home with it. This means that on your daily perambulations you’re apt to see, disquietingly, what appear to be small trees or big bushes crashing noisily out of the scrub along the track, or heading menacingly up the road towards you.

Top Gere Tourists visiting Borobudur in Java towards the end of June may have been fortunate enough to see the sights without running into Hollywood actor Richard Gere and having the stunning vista blocked or interrupted by the obsequious mayhem that surrounds celebrity these days. Gere and Family – wife Carey Lowell and son Home James Jigme – were special guests at a performance of the Borobudur Masterpiece Ballet at the 8th century temple on June 27 and while in the environs on that and the two previous days took part in a sunrise peace walk and tree planting and enjoyed an elephant ride through Medut temple and Borobudur village. Elements of the affray were televised nationally. Gere, who is chiefly memorable for playing goofball opposite pretty women, also met national culture and tourism minister Jero Wacik and dined with Sultan Hamengku Buwono X at

Jeske comes to Bali from the Sheraton on the Park in Sydney, Australia, a Starwood property in which your diarist has actually stayed, though long before Jeske’s time we imagine. Jeske is a master chef graduate of the Hotel School Heidelberg in Germany and promises guests creative cuisine that simultaneously tempts the palate and promotes healthy living. We might have to check that out soon. The sea breeze at Nusa Dua at this time of the year can help work up a healthy appetite.

Lock it In This year’s Ubud Writers and Readers Festival is getting down to brass tacks. Everything’s coming together nicely, we hear from programme director Melissa Delaney, and there will be plenty of international talent on show for the October 5-9 event. One great attraction for old rockers like Hector is Paul Kelly, the Australian singer-songwriter and out-of-the-closet anarchist. Not to be missed.

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Authors already in the line-up include American novelist Alice Sebold and Booker Prize winner DBC Pierre. This year’s theme – it’s the eighth UWRF – is Nandurin Karang Awak, Cultivate the Land Within, the heart of the epic poem Gaguritan Salampah Laku by Ida Pedanda Made Sideman. Says festival founder and director Janet DeNeefe, just back from a gig at the Makassar writers’ festival: “Developing the self is in many ways similar to cultivating rice fields: sowing the seeds of truths, cropping the stems of desires, and carefully reaping a bountiful harvest for the finest grain. This is a fundamental philosophical concept in the spiritual landscape of Bali”. The full author list is scheduled for announcement in early July. It will include writers from Indonesia, Australia, Singapore, Russia, Denmark, Italy, France, Palestine, Hong Kong, Columbia, Japan, Samoa, Germany, Malta, Cuba, the United Kingdom, Egypt, India, Africa, Tunisia, New Zealand and Pakistan.

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DVD Trust In this disturbing movie, a naïve 14 year old girl, brilliantly played by newcomer Liana Liberato, is targeted by a pedophile in a teenage chat-room on the internet. After gaining her trust, the man finally admits that he is 25 years old, and, flattered by the attentions of an adult, the girl agrees to a face-to-face meeting. On their encounter, the girl is shocked to discover that the man is still much older, but, confused and baffled, she agrees to leave the shopping mall with him. Meanwhile, her parents, also well depicted by Clive Owen and Catherine Keener, have no idea about their daughter’s cyber life. Director David Schwimmer makes a powerful movie, which concentrates more on the emotional after effects, rather than the girl’s actual experience. Schwimmer also photographs and edits his movie in a very elegant and stylish way, which acts as a superb counter-point to the harrowing story to emerge. In Her Skin This is another disturbing, but, excellent film, which comes from Australia. When their teenage daughter does not return home one evening from her ballet class, her distraught parents report her as a missing person. However, the Melbourne police force doesn’t take the case seriously, and claims that the girl is being rebellious, and will eventually return home. The parents are certain that their daughter is not a runaway, and, without police help, have to search the less salubrious inner-suburbs of Melbourne looking for her. Director Simone North shoots her movie in a cold and alienating manner, which makes her account of real life events, which occurred recently in Melbourne, all that more chilling. The movie, at times, is very shocking. It stars renowned Australian actors Guy Pearce , Miranda Otto, and Sam Neil. Source Code When Jake Gyllenhaal, playing an American Air Force pilot, wakes up on a Chicago bound train, he has no idea how he got there, or, who he actually is! Eventually, Jake is to discover that he is part of a new computer based experiment, and, it is his mission to stop a terrorist bomber who plans to blow-up the train. Jake finds that he has to re-live the last 8 minutes of the train trip over and over again. The movie is an interesting mix of science-fiction and science-fact, but, the plot is slightly ridiculous. However, if you are prepared to accept everything, and just go with the flow, you will find that director Duncan Jones has created a very intriguing action thriller. Henry’s Crime After a long absence, Keanu Reeves returns to the screen in this delightful comedy. Keanu plays a paroled bank thief, who knows that in Buffalo City a walled-up tunnel, dating from the Prohibition era, links the vault of a bank with a theatre next door. However, to gain access to the tunnel, Keanu must score a job with the resident theatre company. He lands a role in the company’s production of ‘The Cherry Orchard’. As his partner in crime, James Caan, is bashing down the walls of Keanu’s dressing room, Keanu is coming to grips on stage with Chekov. Keanu is looking a bit worse for wear, but, director Malcolm Venville extracts a charming performance from him. Meanwhile, Vera Farmiga, playing Keanu’s co-star in ‘The Cherry Orchard’, has lots of fun as a mediocre actress, with delusions of grandeur. Brighton Rock Graham Greene’s classic novel was first filmed in 1947. English director Rowan Joffe has up-dated this re-make, to set it in the seedier sections of Brighton, England, in 1964. During the Mods versus Rocker riots. This new time frame works very well, but, Greene’s story, which concerns a vicious gangster trying to talk a naïve waitress into committing suicide, as she knows incriminating evidence

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against him, comes across as rather soulless. Green’s novel was not really all that big on plot, but, its strengths lay in the depiction of its characters. The actors in this new version include Sam Riley, Andrea Riseborough, John Hurt, and Andy Serkis. None of them do justice to their characters’ angst. Dame Helen Mirren, playing the manageress of a Lyon’s Tea House, goes through her usual repertoire of mannered emotions. Arthur Look, if you are really interested in this movie then do yourself a favor and watch the original 1981version, and, give this appalling re-make a big miss. The original comedy was appealing, and it starred Dudley Moore and Liza Minnelli. It was all about a drunken, wealthy, playboy, who has to learn how to stop acting like an adolescent, and just grow up. This terrible version stars Russell Brand, who must be one of the most irritating English comedians to ever cross the Atlantic. Also, after receiving her Oscar for ‘The Queen’, in 2006, it seems as if Dame Helen Mirren is in every second film these days. In this one she tackles the male role of the butler, Hobson, which was made famous by Sir John Gielgud. It is just more of the same from Dame Helen. Hall Pass If you enjoy incredibly sexist comedies then you will get a big kick out of this one. The wives of two men give them a ‘Hall Pass’, allowing them one week’s freedom from marriage. Having their freedom, the men don’t make much use of it, but, their wives certainly do! This movie stars Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis, Christina Applegate, and Alyssa Milano. It is just dreadful.

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Mr. Robet’s Best Buys Trust A naïve 14 year old girl is targeted by a pedophile in an internet chat-room. In Her Skin A young teenage girl doesn’t return home one evening from her ballet class. The Ward A disturbed woman thinks an evil presence is haunting a psychiatric ward. Unknown Awakening from a coma a man finds that his wife no longer recognizes him. Source Code A pilot wakes up on a train, and has no idea how he got there or who he is. Henry’s Crime A bank thief knows that a tunnel links a bank vault with a theatre next door. The Way A father goes on a pilgrimage and scatters his son’s ashes along the way. Barney’s Version A Canadian television producer reflects on his career, and various marriages. No Strings Attached A man and a woman decide to have an affair which is based purely on sex. The Rite A young novice priest is urged to under go training in the rite of exorcism. E-mail: Copyright © 2011 Mr. Robet You can read all past articles of DVD Diary at

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This Sporting Life Chillis Host Timor Leste Not long following their efforts in the Jakarta 10’s tournament, the Bali Chillis Rugby Club played a more traditional 15-a-side game versus the Timor Leste “Dili Karau” (Water Buffalo). The Canggu Club was to be the venue for the match and the Chillis President called on all and sundry to make themselves available for the match. The call was headed and a number of the Bali Geckos AFL side threw on the boots to help the cause. Bali International School PE teacher Ant Lennan was called on to referee the game and took control. Founding Chillis Club President Riki Tetiana had returned from Bogor and had recruited well, with his two family friends Tane and Tiaki combining to have Bali up seven points to nil within the first 5 minutes. Timor were sporting a few large Samoan players and their typical running style soon caused havoc, with the visitors breaking tackles to answer with two quick replies. A dangerous swinging Samoan forearm saw Twitter’s favorite son, big Courtney Werleman, join the queue at BIMC for a brain scan. A few more of the same followed and led the referee reaching for his pocket and dispatching the culprit to the sinbin. Bali were ringing the changes as the hosts were feeling the heat of a full 60 minute game. This created a bit of confusion at times but the die-hard Bali attitude was to the fore with AFL players Gunny and Sammy proving more than useful in open play. Lembongan Troy’s quick feet were put to good use and had there been a couple more lucky bounces go the Chillis way, the hosts would have been in the clear. The Bali development players were also having a dig, despite most being outweighed somewhere in the vicinity of 60kgs. Winger Markus was always in great position unfortunately a few passes that saw him lead up for a try were dropped. Some additional work on soft hands and Marcus promises to be a future try-scoring machine for the Chillis. In the final quarter the Bali scrum was gaining an advantage over their larger opponents. Some great linking play saw Bali drive forward only to be repelled near the try line on a few occasions. Finally another scrum saw the Chillis overpower the Timor pack and to score another try. However it was too little too late as referee Lennan blew for fulltime, with the visitors Timor Leste running out victors by four tries to three in a well contested encounter. Timor Captain, Monty, presented Bali with a jersey and a special handwoven memento of the game. Bali pledged to play a return match in Dili, hopefully within the coming year. The Chillis club wishes to thank all who showed their support on the day and also remind Rugby lovers about one of the region’s biggest Rugby event, the XP Xclusive Property Bali Rugby Fest, which will be held at the Canggu Club on the 24th and 25th of September 2011.

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Hosts the Bali Geckos were finished second in their Cup group, after being defeated by the Singapore Wombats A team. Geckos Coach Peter ‘Gun’ Muir, who coached his last game for the Club after eight years in the position, was pleased with his team’s efforts. “We did what we could today. Although we may have missed a few opportunities, we did us much as we could against better competition. There is no doubt that the best two teams made the Cup final”. International AFL Manager, Tony Woods, was a special guest at the event and was impressed with both the quality of the competition and the passion for the game that exists in Asia. A number of Asian teams, including hosts the Bali Geckos, had indigenous players representing their team, something that Woods was impressed with. After discussions with Woods, the wheels are now set in motion for exhibition games between teams represented solely by indigenous players at the Bali 9s open event, to be played at the Canggu Club in October. The Geckos and Jakarta Bintangs aim to enter squads, while it is a possibility that the Borneo Bears also enter a team from their pool of Indonesian players.

Day one of the event kicked off with 15 pool games played over half a day. From the onset the Singapore Wombats A team and the Darwin Waratahs looked to be the teams to beat, while last year’s grand finalists the Darwin Dugongs and the Bali Geckos also showed good form. Day two, which consisted of a massive 25 games including finals, commenced with the final pool games, after which the winner of each of the six Pools progressed to the Cup competition. The second placed Pool teams went into the Plate Competition, while the third placed teams progressed to the Bowl Competition. Each of the Cup, Plate and Bowl competitions were split into two groups of three teams, with each team playing the other teams in their pool. The winner of each group then played off in the final for each division.

Coaltrans Bali Charity Soccer Sixes The Tri Sakti field in Legian was the venue for the second annual Coaltrans Bali Charity Soccer Sixes. Organised by the Bali Sports Foundation, the event enables junior players, both expatriate and local, to participate in a professionally organized competition. This year saw 16 teams of Under 14 players from all over Bali compete for the Coaltrans Cup. After a hard fought tournament the final standings were as follows: 1.Assaba 2. Canggu Club 3. Guntur 4. Mandala United 5. Bali Soccer Boys

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Darwin Waratahs Retain Masters Title In a fitting final for one of the biggest Australian Rules events outside of Australia, the Darwin Waratahs kicked the final score of the day to defeat the Singapore Wombats, winning their third Powerade Bali Masters 9s title. Played at Bali’s premier sporting facility, the Canggu Club, the championships saw 18 teams compete in a uniquely modified format of Australian Rules football, one specially developed by hosts the Bali Geckos. The event attracted 11 Australian teams as well as those representing Jakarta, Singapore (three teams), Borneo, Dubai, and hosts and defending tournament champions the Bali Geckos.

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During the presentations, Peter Coffey, the President of AFL Masters, the governing body for Masters rules football in Australia, congratulated all teams and players for the positive spirit in which the tournament was played, and for the high quality of football that was shown. He also commended the Geckos for their efforts in hosting such a successful event. Following on from this success, the Geckos now face the difficult task of assessing how they will cater for more teams in 2012. A number of new Australianbased teams wish to already register for next year’s event, and those who played this year have vowed to return again for what some players have labeled as the best tournament they have played in. Hats off to those Bali Geckos involved in organizing the event, as well as to tournament sponsors Powerade/Coca Cola, Chillcott Real Estate, Global Weddings, Jetstar Travel Rowville, Easytees, AFL Masters, the Canggu Club and International SOS, and to Geckos club sponsors PT Sinar Terang Abadi and Lightcom.

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There were also accolades for individual players, with a good performance earning a player selection in the Bali Sports Foundation team to compete in Singapore in the Singapore Cricket Club Soccer Sixes. 12 young players from around Bali are now getting ready for a trip of a lifetime heading off to Singapore to participate in this regional event to play as this edition of the Bali Advertiser goes to print. The Bali Sports Foundation would like to thank Coaltrans and the Singapore Cricket Club for making this trip possible, and also to those who assisted in the Charity Soccer Sixes: BIMC for medical assistance, Coca Cola for providing rehydration for the players and also to BSF staff.

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In conversation with Jill Dawson Interviewed by Renee Thorpe Jill Dawson is a British writer with an impressive career. First published at the age of 22 after winning first place in a national short story competition, she has garnered critical success and many awards. Dawson is the author of six novels, editor of six anthologies of poetry and short stories, and has published one poetry pamphlet. Fred & Edie, her third novel, was shortlisted for both the Whitbread and Orange Prize, and was voted one of 50 essential novels by a living author. Her latest novel, The Great Lover, has been selected as a Summer Read for 2009 by TV’s Richard and Judy Book Club. Dawson’s imagined relationship between revered English poet Rupert Brooke (1887 - 1915) and a young house maid, reveals her exhaustive research and love of setting. Dawson will be featured at the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival from 5 – 9 October, by which time her latest novel, Lucky Bunny, should be available for purchase. I caught up with Ms. Dawson recently, having just read The Great Lover. Here’s our conversation.

Siegfried Sassoon or Isaac Rosenberg. Brooke died just at the start of the war – April 1915 when people still felt optimistic and believed it would be over quickly, and many poets wrote patriotic or naïve verse as he did. He did not live long enough to change his mind about it. I believe he might well have done, had he experienced trench-warfare… You captured his breakdown very well. It was slowly hinted at as he reacted to the publishing of his poetry (great sense of artistic self doubt familiar to most of us). What did you draw on to craft Brooke’s narrated deterioration there?

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Ha! I drew directly on my own diaries. In common with lots of writers as you hint above I always fear publication and feel very exposed and vulnerable during that time. I’ve never had a nervous breakdown but it’s the only phase in my life where I can ever imagine cracking up. Brooke’s biographers put his breakdown down to the breakup of his love affair with Ka (Katherine) Cox. I thought that was only part of it. I based my view on reading the letters he wrote at this time, which were full of anxiety about being read by people like his mother or his ex masters from school. C/U/G-23 Feb. 11

Weren’t you just a bit worried, as you began writing this novel, that Brooke fanatics would object to your character Nell and other imaginings? Yes! There is great love for Brooke here, especially in Cambridgeshire where I live, where he is really revered. There is a Rupert Brooke pub in Grantchester where you can eat a Rupert Brooke burger (really) and a village clock set at ten to three, just as it is in one of his poems. Also a bronze statue of him, and a Rupert Brooke society. But the responses I got once it was published were fantastic. I was particularly pleased to hear from various grand-daughters of women mentioned in the book. And to have a terrific review by a revered Bloomsbury scholar. Grantchester in Cambridgeshire meant so much to Brooke, and you communicated this well. Are there equally meaningful places to you? Yes, the Fens mean a lot to me. It’s not a pretty place, it’s so plain and flat and rather bleak and spooky somehow, but that’s an atmosphere I like. And Amherst, Massachusetts (where I was a professor about fifteen years ago, and am just about to re-visit) means a lot to me because I’d just fallen in love and met my husband when I first went there, so it is always shot through with those feelings. I’m a very keen swimmer and I also love places with glorious seas for snorkeling in, like Malaysia, Tahiti and Turks and Caicos, places that feature in my fifth novel Watch Me Disappear.

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I’m sorry I missed you in Ubud in ‘08. How’d you like Bali? I taught some Creative Writing workshops and gave a reading from the novel I’d published in 2006 – Watch Me Disappear. It was my first visit to Indonesia and I wished I’d seen more of it. I remember a fabulous glimpse of a festival in the village near my hotel and all the women carrying baskets on their head and the children dressed up on their way to it. What had you already known about Brooke before delving into all that research? Did anything surprise you in your research? Plenty of things surprised me! That he’d had a child with a Tahitian woman. That he had been a Fabian – a Socialist. I read all ten of the biographies of him and not one of them mentioned his affair with Phyllis Gardner, the young student at the Slade (School of Fine Art in London). So I know that I discovered some new material, which was exciting. I’m a very thorough researcher. Being an American, I never had reason to read Soldier or any of the work for which he is famous (and beloved) in the UK. Are students in the UK all familiar with him (the way Americans might all know something of Frost or Sandburg)? Yes, he’s very well known here and still loved by older people but I’d say he’s currently unfashionable. The war poets who are admired and taught in schools are naturally enough the ones who wrote anti-war poetry, such as Wilfred Owen,

The contrasts of the novel’s main settings (the Fens, Cambridgeshire, and Tahiti) were marvelous. Will we see this sense of place in Lucky Bunny? Place is always hugely important to me in my work. I begin imagining the novel at the point at which I know where it’s set…as that defines the mood, the flavour of the writing for me. Lucky Bunny is set in London in Hackney and East London, which are places I lived in for about sixteen years. However, it’s set at an earlier time, before I was born and the novel ends in the early sixties. The research was great fun. Fifties Soho at the time of the notorious gangland bosses the Kray Twins and London during the Blitz and the experience of children who were evacuated to places outside of London to avoid the bombs. What can we expect of Lucky Bunny? Lucky Bunny has been described as ‘exhilarating’ by Dame Gillian Beer, and ‘the best thing I’ve read for ages’ by novelist Polly Samson. It tells the story of Queenie Dove, a sort of modern Moll Flanders, who has one main talent: theft. She develops this over a lifetime spent in the dives and clubs of London and becomes a genius at getting away with everything. It’s also a love story, and I think a very different pace from The Great Lover. Thank you. We look forward to your presentation at the next Ubud Writers and Readers festival, Oct. 5-10, 2011. C/U/G-9 March 11

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Over the next two months we can see outstanding theatre, dance and music from across the globe, including Slovakia, Italy, France, Canada, Holland, China, India and Germany, at Black Beach Restaurant movie nights. These will include five amazing performances from the renowned Cirque Du Soleil, beginning on Wednesday 6 July with Cirque Du Soleil’s La Nouba, plus beautiful classical ballet and breath-taking opera. There’s also the best movie ever made on the Indian epic Mahabharata and some humorous European films about social issues, in particular encounters between different cultures. You find Black Beach Restaurant near the top of Jl Hanoman. Ph 0361-971353. Full program ECO SHOP – JL DEWI SITA

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SUZUKI MUSIC CENTRE OPENS Indonesia’s second Suzuki music centre will open here in Bali with the new school semester, offering the opportunity to learn the violin with a highly respected international education method. Based in Denpasar, the Suzuki Music Centre has a very holistic focus. Centre guru Robert says the teaching helps make a better society. He says music study requires focus, concentration, love of beauty, persistence and respect, all character qualities important for the growth of the whole child, while the students have fun and enjoy making music together.

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Guru Brown is offering to visit schools across Bali with some of his students next semester, to speak, play and demonstrate what he describes as “our joyous method”. School principals wanting to organise a “violin” day can contact Robert on 0813 3857 8921 or email COMPOSTING AT HOME A new Ubud-based business, Kompos Bali, offers compost systems especially designed for domestic quantities amounts of organic kitchen waste. These systems were developed in Bali over many years and so work well here. Able to cater from a 1-2 person household to a 5-7 person system, Kompos Bali will provide a full service, including initial planning, delivery and installation of a “complete compost system” (the structure and what goes in it), plus instructions and free training. They also sell consumables, such as compost bins, soil, straw, hand-tool mixers and the essential red composting worms. Other services include periodic maintenance of the system, and advice on other eco-design home ideas, blackwater systems and vegetable gardens. Composting workshops at Kompos Bali’s Open House near Ubud are free. Prices range from 1.6 – 2.5 juta (approx $180 to $275). Sign up or get more info by calling Jill on 085857049368. Or email

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Remember those happy days when you were a teenager and the fun of a “sleep-over” with your close girlfriends, staying up all night laughing, painting one another’s nails with glittery polish, eating junk food, gossiping about other girls in school and talking about the hot boys you fancied. Later in life, we try to recapture those happy times with another form of bonding called a hen party. With the popularity of spas, many hen parties are now being hosted in a spa, called a “Sparty”. But it’s not just hen parties, but all special occasions: birthdays, engagements, graduations, reunions, anniversaries or just a girl’s get-together. Even twelve year old girls have become spa savvy, last week I attended a birthday party for a twelve year girl and her 10 friends in a spa here. The girls all loved it, who are probably now planning their own birthday parties to be hosted in a spa too. Several spas here have already jumped on the band wagon and have created Sparty packages for groups of 5 to 25 persons with a variety of different treatments, food and drinks for all occasions. Depending on the disposition of the ladies, the sparty could entail healthy food and juices or even alcohol and canapés. As the Spa Capital of Asia, Bali is the perfect place to host a sparty in some of the best resorts and day spas. Here’s BA’s selected spas who know how to sparty. The Jiwa Spa at Conrad Bali, Nusa Dua, is an award winning modern style spa, which can accommodate groups wishing to hold their special occasion. Get your body tingling by partaking of a hot and cold Jacuzzi, steam and sauna to relax before your treatment. Sparty Package 1 includes a superb foot massage, manicure and traditional nourishing hair cream bath, using natural products rich in vitamins to restore moisture and balance to the hair. Choices include avocado, carrot or ginseng, each with its own nourishing properties. During the warm steam on the hair, relax with a neck, shoulder and hand massage. While chatting with your friends, enjoy the refreshments of Iced Herbal Tea, Ice water Fresh Fruit and delicious spa cookies. Or for sun-lovers a poolside Sparty, which consists of 30 min. poolside massage, canapés & cocktails. For a birthday celebration with a minimum of five treatments, the spa will be happy to supply a cake. From the spa, stroll over to the lounge at East for cocktails whilst enjoying the sparkling ocean views. Email: laurenhudson@

the beautiful chakra bracelets comprised of silver and semi precious stones that make a lovely gift. The spa manager can calculate your chakra number according to your birth date and give corresponding advice on colours that will help “balance” you and show you your ideal bracelet. After your beauty treatment, enjoy St. Regent’s signature cocktail, [Bali Mary] (a Bloody Mary with a Balinese twist) in the lavish King Cole Bar; or ask the sommelier to help you choose a bottle of fine Champagne from an extensive wine cellar. www.stregis. com/bali

To celebrate a birthday, hen party or just a good get together with your friends a day spa is the perfect solution. The contemporary and stylish Glo Day Spa is very experienced in hosting a sparty in their Seminyak or their new larger location in Sanur. Fabulous manicures and pedicures are some of their specialities featuring nail art, whilst sipping on French coffee or a glass of wine. With 10 treatment rooms upstairs, your entire party can enjoy one of the several choices of massage for relaxation, Pevonia or Decleor facials or one of their divine pampering packages. A great Sparty package is the Cleopatra’s Coffee Break, which consists of milk foot bath, vanilla bean body wash, vanilla coffee body scrub and finished with a vanilla bean oil body massage. Glo will also be happy to create a custom made package for your sparty by arranging for deli-style canapés and wine or even set up a bar for more of a party atmosphere. For teenage birthday parties, they can arrange a cake and refreshments. They have a team that can do your hair and makeup after your treatment before going out looking absolutely gorgeous, and then head up the street to the trendy Word of Mouth for a cocktail. If you’re in Sanur, Double Dutch nearby is a popular spot for drinks. Older sister spa – Jl. Kunti #119. Younger sister spa – Jl. Danau Poso 57, Sanur. www.

A fun place to host your sparty is Conde Nast’s award winner of the Best Spa in the World, Thermes Marin Spa at Ayana Resort & Spa in Jimbaran, with its panoramic views of the Indian Ocean. Their Sparty package is called “The Perfectonic”, which consists of two hours in the amazing Aquatonic pool and ending up at the breathtaking Rock Bar for cocktails. Revel in the world’s largest Aquatonic pool, filled with warm seawater, rich in minerals and nutrients, combined with powerful water jets, jet streams and cascading waterfalls that will massage you from head to toe in probably the best water spa treatment you’ve ever tried! You’ll feel absolutely relaxed when you climb out of the water. After the spa, get ready to head to the world’s most dramatic place for a sunset cocktail. Step into the inclinator for an extraordinary descent to the Rock Bar, perched on the base of the cliffs. Whilst watching the setting sun over the Indian Ocean sip on one of their innovative cocktails. Diah.

The opulent Private Spa Wellness Center in Seminyak, offers special tailor made sparties to accommodate any special occasion. Although new to Bali, this designer’s delight spa specializes in cutting edge treatments, not found elsewhere. The entire spa can be at your disposal for a group of 6 up to 25 persons to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, spa product launch, reunion, hen party, club event, fashion show, an event or a place for a photo shoot. They can even arrange a DJ and catering for your party in a healthy, safe and private environment until late at night. For a sparty with your closest friends for 4.5 hours of exclusive venue use, the special package includes: Balinese massage followed by body scrub, express facial and express manicure & pedicure. They serve tea and cookies while you relax during the treatments, or if you prefer canapés and wine. If you like, complete the ritual with make up and hair style to continue the party. The Sparty experience includes use of steam & shower, vitality pool, complimentary 2 bottles of wine for a group of 6 and personal photo taking at the end of the session. Feeling gorgeous and ready to mingle with a fun crowd, walk next door to the newly renovated JP’s Warung Club for live music every night. Jl. Dynapura., e-mail: spa_

Located in Nusa Dua, the chic Remède Spa at St. Regis Bali, surrounded by its elegant pools and butterflies, is a wonderful place to spend a day of decadent celebration. Warm up in the Aqua Vitale pool with a warm seawater workout and under water jet spray massage, then relax in the scented steam room and sauna before indulging in the three hour Woman’s Approach treatment of lavish pampering with a relaxing Balinese massage, a customized facial followed by a deluxe manicure and pedicure. You can enjoy canapés and a glass of wine or Champagne during the manicure and pedicure in Bali’s most deluxe nail spa, using Gehwol products. Later, wander into the Spa Boutique to admire

Opposite Bali Deli on Jl. Kunti is the magnificent Prana Spa, which looks like a 16th century palace inspired by the legendary Moguls of Rajasthan; which lavishly blends Indian complexity with Moroccan rustic décor, transporting you on a red carpet ride to another time and world. The spacious two level spa, will intrigue you with 15 intimate private treatment rooms and 5 couple’s rooms plus a secluded cream-bath lounge and a palace court yard for stimulating hot and cold plunge pools. Their new sumptuous Private Suite reminiscent of the ancient days of India, Morocco and the Middle East caters exclusively for couples. With this many treatment rooms, Prana is capable of handling groups of up to 25

persons with an exclusive made-to-order spa package. Get in the mood for your sparty in the plunge pools, steam and sauna before the treatments. Suggested, is the 120 minute Turkish Trio, which begins in the palace courtyard for a session in the hot and cold plunge pools followed by a steam-bath. Next your body will be exfoliated and cleaned under a tranquil rain shower, then completing this trio with a nourishing L’Oreal hair treatment while sipping on a refreshing beverage and enjoying Turkish delight. Afterwards enjoy a variety of canapés or dishes and a selection of wines or cocktails at the restaurant on the ground level. Your wish is their command. Looking gorgeous continue your sparty with the glam crowd at the stylish SOS on Dynapura. www. Email: Although Ubud isn’t exactly known as a party town, I’m sure that residents will want to have somewhere to celebrate special occasions and Taksu Spa is ideal, located in the heart of Ubud sandwiched between Jl. Hanuman and Monkey Forest Road. The sound of the flowing river, which runs through the middle of Taksu, sets the tone of relaxation as you begin the dramatic decent to the spa area. This spa is deceptively larger than you first imagine, sprinkling the hillsides, are a vast variety of treatment rooms, yoga pavilions, pools and inviting lounge areas. With an eye on healthy pleasure, four Sparty Packages have been created to accommodate every group for every occasion. 1. Taksu Sparty for 4 hours: consists of a choice of ninety minute Balinese, Warm Stone, Aromatherapy or Lomi Lomi massage followed by refreshments. 2. Deluxe Taksu Sparty for 6 hours: choice of ninety minute massage and a choice of manicure or pedicure with OPI polish. 3. The Body Luxe Sparty: a deluxe facial or body scrub followed by a simultaneous manicure and pedicure with your friends. 4. Teen Sparty for young spa enthusiasts from age 10 to 16 years in the Pavilion area: One hour Thai massage, refreshments and then get lively with a Barefoot Dance with music supplied by a teen celebrity’s I-pod. All sparties are for minimum 8 persons with a selection of hot and cold canapés, free flow ice tea and water with a juice spritzer. Feeling wonderful, take a little walk to Café Havana, a fun place for a cocktail and Salsa dancing. Email:

An alternative in Ubud is Bali Botanica Day Spa on Jl. Raya Sanggingan, with a charming view of the forest in nicely decorated treatment rooms. Botanica can accommodate a birthday, graduation, engagement or any type of party. Especially for teens is the Botanica Sparty for a weekday morning celebration 9:00 – 12:30. Get in the mood with a welcome juice on arrival and a little chat of greeting with your friends before starting the spa treatments. Following this indulge in a choice of manicure or pedicure with polish, whilst enjoying the company of your friends. Afterwards, enjoy refreshments of some cake and flavoured herbal teas. Feeling refreshed it’s time for Make-up Fantasy with Mas Andre for an introduction to make-up. During your final hour in the spa relax with a choice of a rich avocado cream bath or a full body massage. In memory of your happy time at Botanica Day Spa, everyone takes home a gift. www. Email: Now you know who to contact to arrange your next Sparty for a memorable celebration. Copyright- Shari 2011-03-25 Email:

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“I just finished reading your article about growing herbal tea gardens. I was wondering what are the chances of growing real tea, like you would buy at the store in tea-bags? Thanks. Dane, Kerobokan” Camellia sinensis or the common tea plant is native to most parts of Asia. It is closely related to the common ornamental Camellia plants that are often used for landscaping purposes, such as Camellia Japonica or C. sasanqua. While everyone knows where tea originated, no one knows when the custom of tea drinking began. According to legend, it was accidentally discovered in China by Emperor Shen Nung when some tea leaves fell from a nearby bush into his pot of boiling water. The emperor drank some and found it to be very refreshing and revitalizing. And that is the story of tea! What is certain is that the ‘Cha Jing’ written by Lu Yu of the Tang Dynasty. It is the first Chinese book describing tea as its main subject and was completed around 780 AD. It took more than twenty years to compile. It is affectionately known as the ‘tea bible’. It is the earliest and most systematic script on tea. The manuscript consists of ten chapters including information on the nature, name and form of tea, and the methods of planting, harvest and manufacture. In the text it is recorded that the drinking of tea had become so widespread that a tax had been levied on it. Yet it was not until the end of the 16th century that the English had even heard of it, but by the middle of the 18th century tea had become Britain’s most popular beverage replacing beer and gin.

You can even prune them and train them into shapes and patterns. Young plants are most easily raised from cuttings obtained from a parent. Starting from seed requires a lot more attention. Seeds sprout in four to six weeks. Regular pruning encourages dense growth. You’ll need patience too, as your plant will take 3 years before it achieves maturity and starts to flower, if you can’t wait purchase an established plant instead. Although most camellias prefer a semi-shaded position, tea plants grow in full sun or shade. Remember though, the more sun exposure, the more water they will need, particularly after planting and during flowering. It is also important to keep the soil mulched as tea plants have shallow feeding roots, which easily dry out. Whether you are growing in the sun or shade, make sure their root system is covered with a generous layer of organic matter such as leaf mould, or compost. Renew the mulch periodically by adding more to the top. No need to dig it in, digging around will damage the shallow roots and should be avoided at all costs. In regards to soil they are ok with a neutral pH, but ideally prefer a slightly acidic soil. Tea plants can be kept to a medium size of 2-3 meters with regular pruning. They are excellent seed producers, so once you have a plant you can easily multiply your crop, hedge or screen into something much larger.

The finest of teas are made from the top two leaves and bud of each shoot. Your tea plant will be ready to harvest when the buds and leaves in your plants develop three sets of leaves on a branch. Great high quality tea is only There are two different varieties of the tea plant Camellia made from the initial three leaves and bud of the plant. The sinensis and the sub-species C. sinensis var. assamica. lower leaves produce a lower quality of tea. To pick your tea Sinensis (the latin word for China) reaches a height to 4m select young leaves at the top, then place them in a paper has smaller leaves and thrives in all regions. It can grow in bag to dry for a few days. Chemical pesticides are definitely the mountains and high altitudes (such as central China). A not recommended especially if you are planning to drink tea plant can easily grow to become 100 years old, in fact wild your homemade tea. tea plants are reputed to reach an age of up to 1,700 years. C. assamica is a much taller plant reaching a height to 20m and growing exclusively in the wet tropics (India, Thailand and Java). There are also hybrids of the two varieties. The constant crossing of these two original plants forms the basis of all the tea cultures in the world today. While the tea bush thrives in hot humid climates, the most reputed teas are grown in mountain regions where the leaves grow slowly to create more flavorful blends. Many of the world’s most famous teas come from plants cultivated above 1,500 meters. I am obsessed with the idea of growing my own produce. I am addicted as most gardeners are. The tea plant is an attractive plant whether or not you intend to harvest the leaves. You don’t need a large garden as a lot of space isn’t required. A small balcony will do fine. It can also make an ideal hedge or screen when planted in the ground. It is lush and fast growing and has the added bonus of providing you with fresh tea leaves! It makes for an attractive presentation when grown in pots or containers. Many gardeners grow them primarily as ornamentals with their fragrant white blooms.

It has been reported for many years that men in Asian countries who regularly drink green tea have very low rates of prostate cancer. Studies have shown that drinking between one and two cups of tea per day may promote fertility, as 250 women who drank as little as half a cup of tea per day doubled their pregnancy rate, compared to those who did not. Processing is one of the main determiners of a tea’s flavor and medicinal properties. Did you know that white, green, black and oolong tea all come from the same tea bush? The only difference is in the processing. Green tea taken from the garden undergoes no processing, so it is much better for you. And remember when you are done with drinking that tea that you took from the garden, you can recycle it back in as fertilizer! Dr. Kris Garden Doctor Contact:

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It appears so. Everyone has been greedily munching on so many fish and sea creatures that there is not much left. That’s called unsustainable peeps, also known as a “lose - lose situation.” We lose eating fine fish but that’s nothing compared to the fish who lose their species’ existence. That is not the way to go about things! Then of course a lot of people already know this but the question they might ask is “how am I going to stop eating fish?! “ Well, you just can. But, you don’t have too. According to the World Wildlife Fund some fish are ok to plunder while others are taboo. It is fine to eat mullet, squid (not trawl), skip jack tuna, mahi mahi, and not surprisingly jelly fish. But hold yourselves back! The jelly fish are not to be caught by trawl or gill net. There are lots of others you can eat, but keep your mitts off those gorgeous manta rays, dugongs, sea horses and turtles, you hear! You also have to back off the sharks, red snapper, sweet lips, barrumundi, shrimp and lobster, to name a few. The prediction is plankton and jellyfish will be all that is left before mid century. So stop eating so damn much and leave some for my grand kids will you! You can download the guide from the web address

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Delicious International Dishes (Indonesian Language Version available at At the end of the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show, we celebrate at ‘Feast’, a gourmet but casual cafe. This recipe was inspired by one of their signature dishes. Served on a bed of greens and topped with a Parmesan Cracker and, if in season, steamed buttered asparagus, this dish will ‘Wow’ your guests. Any leftovers refrigerate well and just need to be reheated in the oven before serving.

Savory Beet Cake Makes 5 ramekins Ingredients: - 4 medium beets or 6 small, preferably with greens attached - 10 Tbl. butter - 2 medium or 1 large yellow onions, finely chopped - 3/4 cup flour - 6 cloves roasted garlic, skinned and mashed to a paste - 3 Tbl. stock or water - 1 ½ tsp. lemon or lime juice - 1/4 cup thick yogurt - 4 egg yolks - 1 Tbl. sugar - 3 egg whites - a pinch of cream of tartar - salt and pepper to taste - 2 Tbl. canola, olive or rice bran oil - 1/2 yellow onion, finely chopped - 1 shallot, finely chopped - 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped - 3 cups of beet greens or a mix of greens washed and torn - 1 Tbl. orange fig date balsamic vinegar (see BA recipe 2009) - salt and pepper to taste - 5 Parmesan Crackers (BA 2011 for recipe) - optional but makes a great presentation Directions: Preheat oven to 350º. Butter 5 ramekins (300 ml ramekins or custard cups) Clean the beets and set the greens aside. Cut 2 of the beets in half and bake in the oven until soft enough to pierce with a fork. At the same time as you put the beets in the oven roast the garlic until soft. While these are baking grate the other two beets as finely as possible. Set aside.

When the roasted beets are done puree them in a food processor. Set aside. Sauté the onions in 5 Tbl. of the butter, cooking them slowly until they are brown and soft. Add rest of butter and sprinkle the flour over whisking until well incorporated. Cook over low heat, stirring often to prevent sticking until it is thick. Add the salt and pepper mixing well and then set aside to cool. When cool add the roasted garlic, stock, lemon juice and yogurt stirring well.

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Beat the egg yolks with the sugar until light in color. With a spoon blend in the onion mixture and mix well. Add beets and mix well. Clean the beaters with soap and water. Put the egg whites into a clean mixing bowl and beat with the cream of tarter until they hold stiff peaks. Gently fold the beaten egg whites into the beet mixture. Equally spoon the batter into the ramekins, place them in a shallow casserole dish filled with hot water so the water comes up about half way along the sides of the ramekins. Bake for 4045 minutes, testing until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Remove from the oven. Meanwhile heat the oil in a frying pan and sauté the chopped onion, shallots and garlic until soft. Add the greens and the ‘orange fig date balsamic vinegar’ and stir fry just until wilted. Season with salt and pepper. To serve the beet cakes run a knife around the edge of the ramekin and release over a bed sautéed greens on each serving plate. Cut a slit in the top of the beet cake and insert a Parmesan Cracker. Enjoy - no groaning at the table please............ All recipes are available on the Bali Advertiser website in both English and Indonesian versions. You can easily copy and paste and print. Paste as unformatted text. Copyright © 2011 Ayu Spicy Email: You can read all past articles of Food Glorious Food at NC/Ho/I-29 June 11

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“Brass Monkeys and Dog Kennels”

Come on you lot, relax. The world will not collapse in chaos if people have to make a decision for themselves once in a while. Some people have suggested that the roads are so controlled these days that when something untoward does inevitably happen now and again tragedy can follow simply because drivers have lost the ability to make decisions for themselves and react accordingly. It makes you appreciate the freedom we have in Bali and, while the far too relaxed attitude to planning or compliance with Indonesian standards is of concern in many areas, Australia does suggest that when people are a tad overregulated creativity can be stifled and personal freedom hindered. There are many beautiful old houses in Australia particularly stone built buildings of varying types found in different parts of the country many of which are preserved and kept in excellent condition by loving owners that fully appreciate their value. Queensland is a case in point. Here there is a rich tradition of wooden houses built from red cedar or, in later years, hoop pine. These houses really are works of art. Constructed on stumps they are raised above ground level by anything from one to three metres to allow cooling breezes to flow under the floors and to provide protection from the ever present danger of termite attack. The craftsmanship is superb and the style and decoration a testament to the carpenters of old who expressed their creativity freely in their craft. The old “Queenslanders”, as they are called, were designed for the climate and; with open verandahs, high pitched ventilated roofs, high ceilings, windows that were hinged to catch even the slightest breezes and careful orientation to the sun; provide living examples of the lessons learned over generations in building houses to suit the harsh conditions found in Australia. These house are much appreciated by the people and if land development requires that they have to be removed they are usually moved to another site to be lovingly restored. There are still thousands of these houses throughout Queensland. Termites have sensitive palettes and voracious appetites, they particularly like the pine from which many houses were made. As a result Australians became experts at termite protection and developed many simple but very effective protection techniques.Australians also developed housing design principles that suit an indoor/outdoor lifestyle with living spaces that extend from closed rooms to open outdoor areas. If we compare this with the Dutch colonial architecture found in many parts of Indonesia we find many common threads but also some very different ways of doing things. Dutch buildings tend to also be built with high ceilings, steeply pitched roofs, well ventilated spaces and with wide eaves and verandahs to keep the sun from heating the walls. Here the similarity ends with Dutch colonial buildings following more traditional European design with solid masonry walls, deep foundations and raised solid floors. But in Australia times have changed and, sadly regulation has followed the changes in design trends. The drive for low cost buildings has progressively reduced the beautiful traditional Australian house to what some may consider as little more than an elaborate industrial shed tarted up with a bit of plasterboard. Architects these days struggle to try and make houses interesting but, with a combination of unnecessary regulation and ever tighter cost imperatives, tend to be limited in scope unless people have a lot of money to spend. Years ago architect friends of mine who designed houses for a large Australian public housing authority would bemoan these limitations along with the fact that housing design had become a conveyor belt of standard designs that used a range of “adjustments” to try and make them look different. You can have house plan A with roof shape D built from brick colour E and roof colour C. The result is inevitable, you drive up a street and every house looks different but strangely - they all look the same.

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The very way a house is built also changed. The structure of the LCD house these days consists of a lightweight frame of wood or galvanised steel clad with a layer of plasterboard (gypsum) nailed to the inside, a decorative red brick wall veneer on the outside and concrete roof tiles. The common name for these type of houses, “brick venereals” says it all, reflecting the contempt many people hold for modern housing design.

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In fact in many states it is illegal these days to build a house in traditional style. Some good friends of mine bought land in a country area and built traditional style wooden houses. The local authority declared them illegal because they didn’t have cavity walls and had them demolished. A cavity wall is a wall that has an inner wall and an outer wall with an air gap in between. It is a european concept that provides insulation in cold weather. The early traditional Australian houses didn’t need cavity walls, they had verandahs and extended roofs to shade the walls from the sun. Sadly cost considerations have continued to whittle away at the aesthetics in many modern houses. Yesterday I saw a house which was only one step up from the plywood structures you see in the shanty towns of Manila, a reminder of the “prefabs” or prefabricated emergency housing built after the second world war. I recently visited a spectacular popular mountain park where a rustic wooden cafe used to command splendid views across the mountains and down a valley to the sea. The cabin burned down several years ago and has been replaced by a horrendous structure designed by an architect who specialises in dog kennels. With an almost horizontal zincalume (thin zinc coated steel sheet) roof, walls made from fibreboard (the modern replacement for asbestos sheets which are often pressed to make a feeble attempt at pretending to be wood) and the whole thing raised above the ground on a lightweight steel structure it reminded me of my childhood meccano set.

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This modern creation sits pride of place in the centre of what used to be a precious picturesque location and has as much appeal as a toilet block on a building site. The cafe always used to be busy but now it was empty and closed. The park has fallen on hard times and we have to wonder if the owners even start to understand how important the charm of the cafe was to their business. The trend for tacky houses continues apace and a recent “fashion” (if that is what it could be misguidedly called) is to cover the outer walls as well as the roof with corrugated iron. All very trendy if you don’t mind living in a house that looks like a reject from a water tank factory. So why am I rambling on about such a subject? Several reasons really. It makes me appreciate what we have here in Bali. A wealth of creative talent that can build beautiful buildings and with features such as stone clad walls, wooden doors and carved building decoration that people in other countries could never dream of being able to afford. Imagine how much it would cost to line your bathroom with marble in Australia or Europe; here we take it for granted. We also have the freedom to build exciting and interesting buildings without the restriction of, what are at times, nonsensical regulations created by mindless autocrats with very narrow views of the world. The law would probably never allow alang alang roofs in more regulated countries.

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Perhaps we should all relish the opportunities we have here and resist the cost reduction building methods that are starting to creep into new buildings here in paradise. It seems that these days architects are often selected more on their ability to handle a calculator than their artistic talents. Developers want to sell cheap buildings at luxury prices. Before we know it we could all be living in a residential industrial estate. For the time being I am enjoying sitting on this old wooden verandah contemplating the creativity of a carpenter who, a hundred years ago, crafted the scrollwork in a rather splendid wooden screen. A breeze rustles an old tree and the suns shines from a clear blue sky.

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The architects explained that somewhere along the way Australia started building houses in mass production designs that came from northern Europe but with modifications mostly incorporated to save money. Traditional designs were replaced by houses that were built on concrete slabs at ground level, ceilings dropped to just above head height, high pitched roofs became low pitched roofs, good solid window frames became flimsy aluminium ones, solid doors became plywood. Verandahs became luxuries that could not be afforded or expressed as a token gesture.


I’m sitting in a beautiful old wooden house in Brisbane this morning, the sky is blue though the air quite chilly in fact I’m sure I just saw a brass monkey in the street. It is interesting coming back to Australia again and seeing the many changes that have taken place particularly in the design of houses and the materials that are being used.

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For Sale; Exhaust pipe from New Honda Tiger. It’s the original pipe that came with bike. Price: Rp. 200,000. Contact Eddie at +62 813 3779 8905 or e-mail <>. Kerobokan. [038]

For Sale; Surfboard, surftech Tl2, randy french´s ufo, 6. 4-19.5-2 3/8, light-strongflexi, new gorilla grip, exellent condition, costs new 8.7 mio, sell for 3.5, no nego. Berawa 0821 4446 3728. [048]

For Sale; Surfboard collectors item- DHD 6-3 board autographed by Kelly Slater. I won it at a Quiksilver drawing, which I can prove! Great wall hanger, Never used. Rp. 6 million. Contact: +62 813 3779 8905 or e-mail: <edsurfit@yahoo. com>. Kerobokan. [039]

For Sale; New parts and spares, from Kawasaki Dirt Tracker 150 original wheels and new road tyres, exhaust system, oil filter, cables, globes, spark plugs, etc, sale price 1.5 cash. Terry, 0813 3813 6110. Sanur. [049]

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the art of body Dine Out and Lose Weight So. You’re on holiday and you are going to eat out. You should be sticking to your boring repertoire of beet salad but you need a break! Is eating out all the time bad for you? It doesn’t have to be, as there are always healthier options on the menu that you can choose from without getting all too stuffed. Let me share a few options from the menu and some tips for eating out that can help you keep track of your caloric intake.

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Skip the bread basket When you’re hungry, it’s pretty much impossible to resist the temptation to munch on an Italian restaurant’s warm focaccia or crostini. Served in the bread basket before the starter, a lot of restaurants have started to provide brown breads in their baskets, so pick those instead of the white ones. Hold back though - you don’t have to wipe the bread basket clean. If you can resist, you can push it away all together.

Be clear Have a clear understanding of what you are going to eat before you get to the restaurant. Before you open the menu, have those clear ideas in mind. When you order you can kindly ask to trade in the mash potatoes for extra vegetables. Most restaurants are happy to change the dish you ordered, as long as you ask kindly.

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Watch serving portions Different restaurants serve their food in different portions, usually large ones. One helpful tip is to separate the portion that you’d like to eat from that meal and tell a waiter to pack the rest in a doggy bag. Freeze it and pack it for your lunch box at work for another day - talk about saving on money and calories! Almost all restaurants nowadays serve a half portion more than what a person really needs. Why not share an appetizer and a main course with a friend? This way, you can try out different foods on the menu, and rest assured that you are not overeating.

Know about food preparation Choosing a different preparation of a dish that you’re going to order from the menu could dramatically change the amount of calories in the dish. Avoid dishes prepared as crisp (deep-fried), gratin (prepared with at least two of the following ingredients: cheese, cream, milk, flour and butter), cutlet, buttered, mashed or breaded on the menu. Instead, pick sautéed (quick stir-fried), grilled, seared or steamed dishes. A few of my personal suggestions on appetizers are: • Vietnamese fresh spring rolls with shrimp • Seared tuna with sesame soy dressing • Beef Carpaccio • Seared scallops As for the main course: • Any kind of grilled seafood such as salmon, king prawn, sea bass or beef steak • Roasted chicken with salad or steamed vegetables as your side dish • Beef or chicken fajitas with reasonable amounts of condiments (sour cream, guacamole and tomato)

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Go Ala Carte Avoid brunch, lunch or dinner buffets so that you don’t get tempted to overeat on your second, third or fourth helping, and if you do not have very good discipline on portion control, try ordering from the a-la carte menu rather than the set menu. Not doing so wouldn’t only damage your figure, it would also damage your budget as you would be forced to pay for the food portions that you don’t even need. Here’s to eating smart and stay slim even if you don’t have time to cook at home!

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I Want to Ride my Bicycle !!!! Has anyone noticed the recent appearance of hundreds of packs of cyclists on the road recently?? This recent “craze” involving all ages and walks is fantastic for the fitness aspect of health. However these “packs” of cycling pleasure seekers are a hazard to themselves and everyone else on the road. Just recently driving home on the Sanur bypass, I came around a bend in the road only to be faced with a pack or 30 or so cyclists traveling pack-style. They took up almost the entire two lanes and seemed to have no concern for the speeding traffic that could skid-daddle the lot of them in one sweep. The current school holidays would account for some of the increase in 2-wheeling herds, but no doubt this bicycling trend will be here to stay for some time yet. Along with the huge boost in bike sales we are lucky that the “gadgets” are also here, and some people actually are using them! Helmets, lights, fluorescent flags are all easily available at larger supermarkets and hardware stores. However common road sense could always do with a boost whether you or the cyclist, tying to carve out your space on the road, the motorist trying to avoid hitting a pedaling rebel, or the pedestrian that is dodging a wild-wheeler. Tips when driving near bicycle riders • Bicycle riders are more difficult to see than cars or trucks, especially at night. Take care to check for bicycle riders in blind spots. • When overtaking give bicycle riders a safe amount of space. This means at least one meter to the side if you are traveling at 50 km/h, if the speed limit is higher, then bicycle riders need more space for their safety. • Always check for bicycle riders whenever you travel on the road particularly when turning at intersections. • Sometimes a bicycle can travel as fast or faster than a car, particularly in slow-moving traffic. Never underestimate their speed and be sure not to cut them off by moving in front of them. Remember that it takes longer for a bicycle to stop than a car at the same speed. • Check in your rear view and side mirrors to avoid opening your car door into the path of bicycle riders. • At times bicycle riders may need a full width lane to ride safely due to rough road edges and gravel. Be prepared to slow down and allow the rider to travel away from the curb. • Children on bikes can be unpredictable – be prepared to slow down and stop. • Bicycle riders on this Island tend to ride as many people wide as they can blocking even the largest of roads to other traffic. A gentle honk should remind them to get into pairs and keep over to the left. Tips for Cyclists – AKA How to not get hit by cars • Get a front AND rear light. If you’re riding at night, you absolutely should use a flashing red rear light. Bike shops have red rear blinkies. These kind of lights typically take two AA batteries, which last for months (something like 200 hours). I can’t stress this item enough: If you ride at night, get a rear light! • Wear a reflective vest or a safety triangle. High quality reflective gear makes you a lot more visible even in the day-time, not just at night. • Choose wide streets. Ride on streets whose outside lane is so wide that it can easily fit a car and a bike side by side. That way a car may zoom by you and avoid hitting you, even if they didn’t see you! • Choose slow streets. The slower a car is going, the more time the driver has to see you. • Get a mirror. Get a mirror and use it. If you’re not con vinced, after you’ve used your mirror for a month, take it off your bike and ride around and notice how you

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keep glancing down to where your mirror was, and notice how unsafe you feel without it. Don’t hug the curb. This is counter-intuitive, but give yourself a little space between yourself and the curb. That gives you some room to move into in case you see a large vehicle in your mirror approaching without moving over far enough to avoid you. Signal your turns. Ride in a predictable manner that does not require other road users to react suddenly to your movements. Give hand signals when changing lanes or turning left or right – even if no one else on the road does! (Did you know that motorbikes actually DO have indicators? I didn’t – I’ve never seen them used!) Re-think music players and mobile phones. It’s more important to hear what’s around you when you’re biking than when you’re driving. Whether you want to ride with headphones is your choice, but doing so does increase your risk. Similarly, texting or talking with a mobile phone raises the risk level. When you’re mixing with car traffic, the fewer distractions the better. Also, you’ll want both hands free in case you have to brake suddenly. Ride as if you were invisible. It’s often helpful to ride in such a way that motorists won’t hit you even if they don’t see you. You’re not trying to be invisible, you’re trying to make it irrelevant whether cars see you or not. If you ride in such a way that a car has to see you to take action to avoid hitting you (e.g., by their slowing down or changing lanes), then that means they will definitely hit you if they don’t see you. But if you stay out of their way, then you won’t get hit even if they didn’t notice you were there. Always obey the road rules (the ones we have anyway!), including traffic lights, stop signs and give way signs. Maintain control of your bike at all times. Avoid riding with both hands off the handlebars, feet off the pedals or to carry anything that prevents you from having control. Make sure your bike is roadworthy with brakes that actually work!

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And for pedestrians…….You do have rights! Unfortunately on this Island “cycle paths” and “walking paths” are often one and the same (e.g., The Sanur Beachfront Walk-Way). Cyclists PLEASE give us at least half of the path to walk on instead of insisting on riding 2 or 3 abreast and knocking pedestrians seaward. And last but not least cyclists WEAR A HELMET. This looks SOOOOO un-cool, but so does wearing diapers and dribbling your food after head injuries caused during cycling/ motorbike accidents.

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Obesity Is One Of The Leading Preventable Causes Of Death Worldwide. There is no doubt that being overweight is now an epidemic. Obesity is considered to be the #1 public health problem in the world, though many people still ignore it as a serious health issue. Obesity Facts It is estimated that about 3.5 million men and 4.5 million women are moderately or severely obese in the United States. And this g r o u p i s increasingly growing. At least 155 million school-age c h i l d r e n worldwide are overweight or obese. Obesity is defined as having BMI - a body mass index of 30 or higher in general. According the World Health Organization (WHO) “overweight” as a BMI equal to or more than 25, and “obesity” as a BMI equal to or more than 30. 50 per cent of American women are on a weight loss diet at any one time. According to the Geneva 2006 Factsheet No 3011 about Obesity and Overweight by World Health Organization, 1.6 billion adults are globally overweight and 400 million are obese. These statistics are startling to say the least. Since being overweight is a direct cause of some of the most serious health conditions of our time, like heart disease, cancer and diabetes, it is no wonder the incidence of all of these diseases is on the rise. But is there a solution to this major health crisis? The answer to this question may in fact surprise you. No it’s not dieting, it’s not exercise and it’s not surgery – although each of these will help to some degree. Yes, an absolute cure for obesity was discovered almost fifty years ago by a British medical doctor, Dr Simeons. Keep reading below to find out more about this. Obesity Is A Metabolic Disorder Dr. Simeons thought that obesity was due to an abnormal functioning of some part of the body and that all the abnormally deposited fat occurs due to this regulatory metabolic dis-function. He stated that those suffering from this “disorder” will get fat regardless of whether they eat excessively, normally or less than normal. A person who is free of the disorder will never get fat, even if he frequently overeats. People who have a severe obesity disorder will store fat very rapidly, people with a moderate problem will gradually increase in weight and those in whom it is mild may be able to keep their excess weight stable for a long time. In all those suffering from this disorder, dieting, exercise, appetitereducing drugs, laxatives, massage, baths, etc. may help to remove some weight however it is only temporary and will be rapidly regained as soon as the reducing regimen is relaxed. The reason is simply that none of these measures corrects the basic disorder. Dr Simeons considered all the different forms of obesity in both sexes and at all ages as always being due to the same underlying disorder. The variations of the disorder in each person were due to factors such as: inherited bodily constitution, and deficiencies of the endocrine glands such as the pituitary, the thyroid, the adrenals or the sex glands. He postulated however that no deficiency of any of these glands can ever directly produce the common disorder known as obesity. Hidden deep within the massive human brain there is a part which we have in common with all vertebrate animals, diencephalon. This is the part from which the central nervous system controls all the automatic functions of the body, such as breathing, digestion, sleep, sex, the urinary system, the autonomous or vegetative nervous system and

via the pituitary the whole interplay of the endocrine glands. Dr Simeons postulated that it was the diencephalon in fact that was also responsible for fat storage and weight control. It has long been known that the destruction of a particular diencephalic center induces a huge appetite and a rapid gain in weight in animals which never get fat spontaneously.

breakthrough has been debunked, discredited, and suppressed by the American Medical Association, the Food and Drug Administration, and other medical establishments throughout the world. Could it be that obesity (and all the subsequent health problems that it brings) is way too profitable for the major drug companies in so many ways?

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If obesity is always due to one very s p e c i f i c diencephalic deficiency, it follows that the only way to cure it is to correct this deficiency. At that time very little was known about the function of t h e diencephalon. However, Dr Simeons started looking for clues and answers. Froehlich had described cases of extreme obesity and sexual underdevelopment in youths suffering from a new growth of the anterior pituitary lobe. These “fat boys” had long, slender hands, large breasts, hips, buttocks and thighs with striation, knock-knees and underdeveloped genitals, often with undescended testicles.

The original HCG program as outlined by Dr Simeons is still v a l i d t o d a y, although with the very large increase in toxicity in our world, I believe that his program should be added t o o b y incorporating whole body detoxification before, during and after. This diet and program is safe and very e f f e c t i v e assuming it is done under the supervision of a physician who specializes, and is passionate about weight loss.

He also noted that in these cases the sex organs could he developed by giving the patients injections of a substance extracted from the urine of pregnant women, it having been shown that when this substance was injected into sexually immature rats it made them mature. This purified extract was accordingly called “Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin” or HCG whereby chorionic signifies that it is produced in the placenta and gonadotropin that its action is sex gland directed. The method for treating “fat boys” with underdeveloped genitals was to inject small amounts of HCG twice a week. When such patients were given small daily doses they seemed to lose their ravenous appetite though they neither gained nor lost weight. Oddly enough however, their shape did change. Though they were not restricted in diet, there was a distinct decrease in the circumference of their hips. HCG Re-Shapes The Body Removing Unwanted Fat Dr Simeons thought that the change in shape could only be explained by a movement of fat away from abnormal deposits on the hips. He also thought that if this was the case, then just maybe this moving fat might be available to the body as fuel. This was easy to find out, as in that case, fat on the move would be able to replace food. It should then he possible to keep a “fat boy” on a severely restricted diet without a feeling of hunger, even though his weight would drop dramatically. When he tried this in typical cases of Froehlich’s syndrome, he found that as long as such patients were given small daily doses of HCG they felt energetic and could work as usual on a diet of only 500 Calories daily and lose an average of about one pound per day. It was also perfectly evident that only abnormal fat was being consumed, as there were no signs of any depletion of normal fat. Their skin remained fresh and toned, and gradually their figures became entirely normal. There were no adverse sideeffects reported whilst they were on the HCG. From this point it was a small step to try the same method in all other forms of obesity. It took a few hundred cases to establish beyond reasonable doubt that the mechanism operates in exactly the same way and seemingly without exception in every case of obesity. Dr Simeons found that most patients complained that the two meals of 250 Calories each were more than they could manage, as they continually had a feeling of just having had a large meal. Since this discovery, tens of thousands of people used this simple, safe medical treatment and achieved miraculous, fast, and permanent weight loss. Stubborn area fat deposits melted away. Body reshaping of the hips, thighs, buttocks, and waist was so dramatic it appeared as if the patients received liposuction. Amazingly, this medical

As there will be a rapid release of excess fat and other toxins in the blood and body during the program, it is important to have weekly ozone colonics and ozone blood cleansing therapies in order to remove toxicity and also to remove the excess fat. The diet should only be done by those with a BMI above 30 (obesity). I would much rather people lose weight this way than with surgery as its safe, and it tends to help people get out of an unhealthy lifestyle and help them create healthy habits. If you have any questions on this article you can email me at HCG Medical Fat Loss & Body Re-Shaping Program is Now Available at

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Dr Theodore is an Australian Medical Doctor now living in Asia – based in Singapore. His Major Specialties are; Anti Aging Medicine, Whole Body Detoxification, Stem Cell Therapy Natural Health and Healing, Male Enhancement, Whole Body Ozone Therapy, Fat Loss and Body Re-Sculpting, Exercise With Oxygen Therapy, Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy and Nutritional Counseling. He is the Founder of the Asian Society of Anti Aging Medicine (ASOAAM), and is a Member of the American Academy of Anti Aging Medicine and the World Anti Aging Academy of Medicine. He is a Lecturer and Trainer in Anti Aging Medicine, Whole Body Ozone Therapy, Whole Body Detoxification, Natural Health and Healing.

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developing new roads is not the solution to traffic. Rukmana wrote in The Jakarta Post that when a new highway is built or a road is widened, “it only alleviates traffic congestion for a short period of time”.

It’s an image that should worry you in Bali. I was down your way not long ago and I noticed you are starting to resemble the capital – bumper to bumper traffic all through the south, and even Ubud is not the peaceful oasis it once was. How did this happen? You do know that once paradise is lost…

“After a few years, any new highway fills with traffic that would not have existed if the highway had not been built. Such a phenomenon is called induced demand.”

This month, it was made official — Jakarta commuters are the unhappiest in the world. And who can blame us? Getting from A to B involves painful negotiations with ojek drivers, waiting for buses that seem to run on no particular schedule and edging your way into the tiniest of gaps with a giant SUV, like a game of Tetris on steroids. Frost & Sullivan consultants recently released its Journey Experience Index, with Jakarta coming in last of 23 cities, thanks to its excruciatingly inefficient transportation system. According to The Economist, there are currently around 1.5 million motorized vehicles on Jakarta’s streets every day, even though the roads can only technically fit 1 million. The Jakarta administration has predicted total gridlock by 2012 if it does nothing. Car sales are growing by 15 percent annually while new roads are growing by less than 1 percent. Something’s gotta give. To add salt to our wounds, the government has created yet more bottlenecks to construct flyovers, which are ironically designed to ease the traffic. As it turns out, these efforts to relieve congestion are in vain. According to Deden Rukmana from the graduate program in urban studies and planning at Savannah State University,

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TOKO BUKU Reviews of English language books on Indonesia

Bali with Kids What first occurs to you when you pick up Bali with Kids is: Why didn’t someone think of this sooner? This unique compilation of information, the first of its kind, is not only indispensable for newly arrived families holidaying on Bali but of great value to residents who have been here for decades as it uncovers hundreds of little known or underpublicized activities reaching even into North and East Bali. Targeted to the needs of the growing family market, this guidebook takes care of not just children but also consistently considers the convenience of parents (the authors motto is “Happy kids make Happy Parents”). Written for parents of infants up to teenagers, the book was produced by a small team from who painstakingly gathered the material over a 10 month period. Divided by color coded chapters according to the type of activity, it’s easy to follow the chapters on kid friendly hotels and restaurants, where to encounter animals, shop for children, how to entertain kids, beach and nature activities, suggested itineraries that kids will love, listings and descriptions of elephant parks and spa treatments. Teenagers can read entries themselves and choose what they want to do that day. Long time favorites as well as the very latest kid friendly venues are included. Hundreds of photos of happy children fill the pages. The emphasis is on outdoor activities. Parents are advised to leave the electronics behind and take advantage of Bali’s beautiful scenery and natural attractions: mountain biking, trekking, climbing volcanoes, swimming, scuba diving, buggy boarding, snorkeling, surfing. (Have you even heard of Stand Up Paddle, the world’s fastest growing water sport?). Separate boxes discuss Bali’s temperamental monkeys and the sad tale of the extinction of Bali’s last tiger. Cultural and background information is not neglected. Contributors include not only parents but experienced educators, travelers, and residents who offer a comprehensive insights into what parents can expect when they bring their kids to Bali, helping to understand your surroundings and fully enjoy and integrate with the Balinese way of life. An ethnomusicologist explains what ceremonies are carried out for a baby and a children’s book author discusses traditional outfits worn by Balinese men and women. A number of sections are written by experts in their given fields: travel tips are provided by Ann Martin Bowler, author of Gecko’s Complaint. Grant Clark, who wrote Monkey Magic, gives valuable pointers on how to get kids reading while on vacation. Vivek Bammi, author of Indonesia: A Feast of the Senses, explains how the tooth filing ceremony is the end of innocence for a child. Snorkeling advice is offered by Hidden Paradise Cottages in Amed, what it’s like to charter a traditional sailing schooner has been contributed by Blue Water Cruises. There is also sound advice on how to find a nanny or babysitter, real travel stories and testimonials from families

who have been to Bali, and two pages are devoted to favorite children’s snacks such as perkedel tahu and rujak. The chapter on health is a useful resource in case medical issues arise, giving such tips as recommending the anti-diarrhea medicine Norit which “works wonders.”

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Practical nitty-gritty advise includes: If lost follow a taxi driver with your car; take a taxi for shorter journeys but use a driver for longer ones; buy the Periplus Bali Atlas for trips; use Google Maps to plan itineraries; place your hotel’s business card in your child’s pocket each day when he or she go out; bring a blank journal and colored pencils so your kid can record their adventures during periods of downtime. A chapter entitled “New Residents” surveys schools, sports, playgrounds, language schools, music lessons, and delicatessens. The list of the best book shops and a detailed reading list of children’s books on or about Bali can help fill the quieter moments of a busy Bali holiday for your child. A chapter on NGOs (Yayasans) has been added to fulfill the demand of many families who want to support reputable charities. Buying Bali with Kids will also save you money. Not only do many of the suggested outings cost just a fraction of what the comparative activities would cost in the West, readers also benefit from discounts offered by half a dozen companies such as dive outfits and surf schools listed in book. The editors urge families to request a family discount whenever possible, and note that a family-size villa is more convenient and economical than rooms side-by-side in a hotel. The book needs a subject and geographic index, not just a business name index, so that if a parent living in Sanur wants to know about everything going on in Sanur or if a reader was particularly interested in birds or art they would be able to find those entries. Though Bali with Kids was printed in a compact 12.5 cm X 18.5 cm format, making it easy to carry around, the type size is almost microscopic in the special interest callouts. Bali With Kids is jammed packed with suggestions, contacts, useful ideas and opportunities for long-term residents of Bali. The book is also an invaluable reference if you’re planning a successful family vacation in Bali, particularly if you have limited time. The editors have already received numerous emails from parents seeking advice and the initial 2000 copies have already sold out, prompting a reprint.

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For Sale; Acupressure wrist bands. Clinically tested for prevention of sea sickness, morning sickness, and travel sickness. Made in England. 2 pieces per box. New and unused. 0819 3629 1908. Kuta. [113] For Sale; Fishing Reel. Penn Senator 6/0-114. Made in U.S.A. Line capacity 500 yards of 50 lb. test. Perfect for jigging, trolling, and bottom fishing. 0819 3629 1908. Kuta. [114] For Sale; Fishing lure replacement skirts. Made in U.S.A. by Sevenstrand. Heavy duty. Replace your damaged trolling skirts, or use as is, over baits, plugs, spoons, jigs, make Daisy Chains. 0819 3629 1908. Kuta. [115]


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by Ibu Kat


In the last issue I wrote about Temu Kunci, a herbal remedy for dengue fever. After reading the story, Caroline Cheung from Singapore wrote to tell me about another herb that seems to be just as effective. There is quite a lot of anecdotal evidence that consuming raw papaya leaf extract quickly increases blood platelet counts and can knock out dengue fever in two or three days when taken in the disease’s early stages. Dr Sanath Hettige of Sri Lanka seems to be conducting the only research that is currently publicly available. Dr Hettige is Board Member, Coordinator, Visiting Lecturer and Chief Examiner in Family Medicine to the Post Graduate Institute of Medicine, University of Colombo and Chairman of the Viral Study Group of the College of General Practitioners of Sri Lanka. He was prompted to start looking for a remedy for dengue fever when his wife, a Senior Medical Officer at the Intensive Care Unit of Sri Jayewardenepura Hospital,expressed helplessness at the many deaths from dengue fever she saw on her ward.

“It is important that the juice be taken as soon as the condition is identified to be dengue without waiting for the disease to progress and damage the vital organs,” he stressed. “Once the brain, kidneys or liver are affected, very little can be done. I have given the juice to five or six patients at the last stage and only two of them recovered fully. I would advise the extract for all patients who are in the initial stages of dengue when the platelet count (PLT) drops below 150000 cu mm or when the packed cell volume is increased by 10 percent. (The World Health Organization criteria to diagnose DHF is PLT of 100000 cu mm or Packed cell volume increase by 20 percent.)”


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According to Dr Hettige, the leaf extract increases the white blood cells and blood platelets and normalises the clotting profile which are major aspects of the disease. The extract also helps repair the damage caused to liver cells by dengue fever.

Dr Hettige’s latest research on randomised controlled clinical trials of over 70 dengue patients (including children) has He came across an internet post which recommended the found that all patients who consumed papaya leaf extract use of papaya leaf juice for dengue fever. When a labourer recovered fully within two days without requiring hospital working on his land contracted dengue soon afterward, admission. The results are highly significant when compared Dr Hettige tested it on him with with the control group who did his permission. When the man There is quite a lot of anecdotal evidence not consume papaya leaf rapidly recovered, he decided extract. that consuming raw papaya leaf to try it on other patients. In extract quickly increases blood Dr. Samaranayake, Secretary the pilot study, 24 dengue fever platelet counts and can knock out of the Independent patients consented to participate in the research. Association of Medical dengue fever in two or three days Twelve patients were given the Practitioners, called Dr. when taken in the disease’s early stages. Hettige’s breakthrough a ‘light papaya leaf extract and 12 controls were not given the at the end of the tunnel.’ juice. “It was significant to observe that the platelet count “The extract seems to be effective. We have nothing else in increased in all 12 patients with two doses of papaya leaf western medicine today as a cure for dengue and so we juice and they all recovered without needing to go into welcome this study and its findings.” hospital,” said Dr Hettige in a newspaper interview. He reported the pilot study in the Sri Lanka Family Physician Preparation and Dosage: According to Dr Hettige, the magazine in 2008. The report states, “The pilot study has papaya leaves (the Red Lady Papaya variety is more effective shown the effects of papaya leaf juice in dengue patients of than others) should be well washed, crushed with a mortar elevating the total white cell counts, platelet counts and and then squeezed by hand or through a clean, damp cloth recovery without hospital admission.” He then wrote an to extract the juice. Only the leaf article in the newsletter of the Independent Medical material is used, not the leaf spines or Practitioners Association of Sri Lanka (IMPA) in June 2009 sap. The extract should be consumed volume 14, issue 6, in which he shared his preliminary fresh and raw (without adding water, observations with his colleagues for their consideration with salt or sugar) at a dose of 10 - 15 ml twice a day for adults and 5 - 10 ml for a view to establishing a scientifically sound study. children between the ages of five and 12. It is very bitter (as all effective The study is now in its third phase. The first phase was an medicinal herbs seem to be)! observational study. In the second phase the extract was given to a larger number of patients. The third is a trial where doctors across the country are giving the extract to dengue fever patients. When the study is completed, Dr Hettige plans A collection of Ibu Kat’s stories, previously published as to publish it in an international journal. ‘Dragons in the Bath’, is now in its third printing under the title ‘Bali Daze -- Freefall off the Tourist Trail’. Available According to Dr Hettige, papaya leaf extract has definite from Ganesha Books in Ubud and Seminyak or directly beneficial effects even when given to patients with very low from Kat at bali_cat platelet counts, altered clotting profiles and bleeding tendencies. But in the final stages of dengue, where E-mail: multi-organ failure has set in, the beneficial effects are minimal. This is why patients are advised to take papaya leaf Copyright © 2011 Greenspeak juice early. He also claims that the extract, when taken in the early stages of the disease, prevents patients from going into You can read all past articles of Greenspeak at dengue haemorrhagic state.

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For Sale; Canon digital IXUS 120 IS / PowerShot SD940 IS Camera. Complete box like new. Free 4GB SD card, screen protector, and camera case! Contact: 081 193 9281 or <garage868@>. Sanur. [135] For Sale; Brand new Canon EOS DSLR 550D (Rebel T2i) - body only. Screen protect installed on LCD. Price: 6.9 million. Contact: 081 193 9281 or <garage868@>. Sanur. [136] For Sale; NextBase portable DVD Player LCD. Complete set + extras: battery, car power system, 4 in-car holders. At retail this would be a Rp. 4 million + value, but I offer everything for only 1.8 million. Contact: 081 193 9281 or <garage868@gmail. com>. Sanur. [137] For Sale; Blackberry Bold 9700 (Onyx): Choose 9780 or 9700 Exterior. Complete original box. Perfect condition. Screen protected + Extra casings. Rp. 2.8 million. Contact: 081 193 9281 or <garage868@gmail. com>. Sanur. [138]

For Sale; At good price. Solid teakwood dining set. Table 1m x 1m plus 4 chair and 2 matching bar stool. Contact 0812 3727 2255. Denpasar. [128] For Sale; At good price. Nice rattan hinged, free standing room divider. Very sturdy and in good condition. Size 175 H X 138 L. Contact 0812 3727 2255. Denpasar. [129] For Sale; Metal detector find silver/gold rings and chains / heaps of fun/get rich quick. Bounty Hunter from USA. 2.5jt. 081 2394 2215. Jimbaran. [130]

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Bali PC Advisor

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by Pak Bruce

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I would say that, for me, one of the most frustrating things in life is a slow computer. Every three years or so, I buy an expensive new PC and love how fast it starts up, runs programs, and loads web sites. Eventually, though it starts to slow down, until eventually I am pulling my thinning hair out waiting for it to do routine tasks. At first I don’t even notice the slowing down. But soon, I start thinking “this sure is taking a long time”. Why is this? It turns out the answer is actually quite simple and you don’t even need to be “technical” to understand the causes and solutions. The good news, it’s not the computer’s hardware that’s the problem. In most cases the hardware you have is perfectly capable of being restored to its original glory and kept in fast running condition with minimal effort. Rather, the problem lies with changes that occur to the PC’s software. The two most common causes of slowdown (along with easy solutions) are: Registry errors - the most common problem Every time you (or your kids) install a program, game or load a file, your PC’s software registry is updated with new instructions needed to operate that item. However, when the item is removed, these instructions often remain on your PC. So, every time you run your computer it tries to execute these instructions but, because the related program can’t be found, it causes a registry error. It may even try this a number of times before it gives up – all making YOU wait! Your PC is doing a lot more work than it should be and the result is a significantly slower computer. One of the best ways to manage this is with a neat little tool that has been highly reviewed called Glary Utilities Pro ( This program scans, identifies and fixes registry errors; finds shortcuts that are no longer valid and removes them; and removes spyware and adware - resulting in a computer that’s a lot more like it was when you first bought it. On top of the amazing results it offers, it’s so easy to install.

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Stealing your personal information Most spyware and viruses get onto our computers through files that we download from the internet or as attachments to emails. They tend to take up a lot of computing power and as a result will significantly slow down the computer. The simple rule of thumb to follow is to never download any free software programs from companies you do not know and trust, especially screensavers, emoticons and the like. In addition, you should never open any attachment to an email unless you are 100% certain you know and trust the sender. In addition, make sure you have a good anti-virus / spyware removal software running at all times. Personally I currently use:

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Spybot SD: Ad-Aware: Microsoft Security Essentials: So, please follow the advice above. Also continue to read this column as I am always looking for better ways to protect our computers. I have the three programs just listed always running in the background and always (automatically) updated when new updates come out. It really is something you must do to protect all your valuable data. Without these programs (and other similar ones) you or your kids can accidentally destroy your computers data and lose everything. Yes, I know, you backup your data. But, did you back it up right after you made those important changes to that file you’ve been working on? Right after you downloaded and installed that expensive program you just bought? Right after your child created that incredible beautiful digital painting of you that you want to keep forever? I didn’t think so. So please, take the initial time to set these things up; set automatic updates on; and make sure they are always running in the back ground. If you don’t want to do this, call your local computer place and have them come do it for you. It’ll be cheap AND you’ll sleep better tonight. ============================================================================================ Have a question or problem? Write me at I’ll try and answer as soon as I can. Bali PC Advisor and other Bali Advertiser article Archives now ONLINE: If you are tired of trying to type the links you see in the printed articles you go to the Archive and cut-paste them PakBruce, your Bali PC Advisor! ©2004 - 2011 All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without permission of the author or The Bali Advertiser C/CI/G-8 Sept. 10

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For Sale; PS3 games. Colin Mcrae Dirt 1, James Bond Quantam of Solace, F 1 2010, Hawx 1, Race Driver Grid 1, Medal of Honor Airborne, Call of Duty, Rp. 4,2 mil or offers. 0813 3813 6110. Sanur. [170] For Sale; Teak wardrobe (H223cm, W73cm, L285cm) with 6 doors and internal/ external drawers in good condition. Rp. 6 mill. Call Evi on (0361) 464 201 / 0819 9919 1106 or <contact@>. Denpasar. [171]



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For Sale; 4-single American size, beds Rp: 900 thousands each & 1 American size double, bed. Rp: 1,3 million. All brand new!! Must go. Contact 0812 3634 0710. Sanur. [172] For Sale; Wedding dress long, strapless gown in white with oval shaped train. White & silver beading under bust. Worn once. Size - Aus 8, UK 10, Indo M - price only 8,000,000. 0812 3629 5150. Sanur. [142] For Sale; Mattress spring bed Airland 160x200 Deluxe series 101, Rp. 1.5 million. TV Toshiba 21 inch, Rp. 800.000. All negotiable. Please SMS 081 139 5743 or e-mail <goldemier@>. Bukit. [098] For Sale; Pocket size stun gun with built in flash light. output 1800KV. Please call or SMS 0819 1664 8734. Jimbaran. [162] NC/G/G-29 June 11

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For Sale; Never been used, Electricity Generator, “KAMA 6800” Silent Diesel with 5000watt output, Rp. 14juta (nego), warranty, selling underprice because need bigger output. 0819 9902 2500. Denpasar. [022] For Sale; Kinimaka 6’8”x 195/8x21/2, Epoxy like brand new only rope 2 times. Perfect for surfer 100 kg or more Rp. 3 mil includes future fins + deck patch. Call 0857 3880 3981. Seminyak. [023]

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Psychology and Art Paintings by Yohanita and Aricadia At 10 Fine Art, Jl. Danau Toba No. 5, Sanur Tel: 0817565717 The 10 Fine Art Gallery in Sanur is mounting an interesting exhibition entitled ‘Psychology and Art’, or, ‘Tidak Sekedar Suara’ (‘Not Just Voice’). The two artists exhibiting, Yohanita and Aricadia, have a background in psychology, and in this show they try to investigate any likely connection between psychology and art. Both Yohanita and Aricadia feel that psychology can be defined as a science which studies the characteristics of people. That human beings can have many different characteristics, and that they can possess positive or negative traits. Yohanita and Aricadia also state that a Human Character person’s character can grow from when they were born, through their adolescence, and on as adults. Factors such as economy, religion, family, and life-styles, they feel, can also influence the development of a person’s personality. By discussing and exploring these aspects of psychology, the two artists believe that they have an opportunity to present powerful visual images which study features of personality traits, rather than just physically talking about psychological concerns. Hence the exhibitions secondary title ‘Not Just Voice’. Having met while studying psychology at the Universitas Katolik Soegijapranta in Semarang, both Yohanita and Aricadia were to become artists in later life. In their current works each artist tries to depict human characteristics such as sadness, anger, disappointment, dreams, freedom and love. In pieces like her ‘Human Character’, Yohanita uses a Narsis naïve form of expressionism to present basic human urges. Meanwhile, Aricadia employs a realistic approach, in works such as his series ‘Narsis’, to show a range of human emotions through ‘close-up’ portraits. Yohanita and Aricadia say that painting for them is like medicine, and that they try to put all their emotions into their art. The result is a very ‘emotional’ exhibition. Tomorrow Maybe Group Exhibition of Paintings At Gaya Art Space, Jl. Raya Sayan, Ubud Tel: 979252 The ‘Tomorrow Maybe’ exhibition, currently on display at Gaya Art Space, is an art exchange project between the Reunion Island and Bali. This exchange bears witness to the common experiences both islands encounter as two melting pots of a variety of cultures. The artists involved in the exchange: Made Kaek, Antonius Kho, Agung Oka, and

Made Somadita from Bali, with, Cristof Denmont, Charly Lesquelin, Stephane Kenkle, Richard Blancquart, and Jean-Marc Lacaze from Reunion, reveal the intermingling of cultures found in their respective islands. Their works illustrate evidence of each island’s constantly sought after identity. Untitled 1

The pieces exhibited raise awareness towards the significance and the importance of identity in the postmodern age. Postmodernism discusses issues of identity that modernism suppressed. In the accompanying catalogue, art critic Andreas Huyssen identifies four issues “that remain constitutive of postmodern culture for some time to come”: National identities, especially those formed in response to Imperialism, sexual identities, environmental identities, and ethnic identities. Postmodernism challenges the Untitled 2 modernist belief in art’s independence from life. It welcomes the advent of different expressions of identities in a varied contemporary art world. What the artists demonstrate in the project is an effort to pose certain attitudes towards the meaning of being a Reunionese, a Balinese, or, an Indonesian, in the web of encounters, exchanges, and interchanges in the contemporary world. The artists’ varied activities during this project inspire us to re-trace the spaces of our collective memories, as well as our individual experiences, in order to give a meaningful answer to the discomforting question: Who are we? As the examples ‘Untitled 1, 2 & 3’ depict, the artists provide us Untitled 3 with a wide range of responses. Tourist Sites Paintings by Made Duatmika At Ganesha Gallery, Four Seasons Resort, Jimbaran Bay Tel: 701010 In this exhibition Balinese artist Made Duatmika has chosen a theme of utmost relevance to life in a major tourist destination: tourists! While some of us may cringe at the tourist label, the truth is that there is no other name for what most foreigners are doing on this island! Ironically, less than a century ago, people were proud to call themselves tourists when it was the domain of the rich and famous! It’s interesting to note that the first exhibition, in which Duatmika participated as a high-school student, in 1991, was entitled ‘Visit Indonesia Year’, in celebration of Indonesia’s last major international promotion of art and culture. In the twenty years that have passed the subjectmatter is even more relevant, as expressed in the work of Balinese anthropologist Degung Santikarma, who has often

written satirically about the expectations of tourists while visiting Paradise on Earth.

Generally, the content of Enjoying Each Other Full Moon on the Beach Duatmika’s work is free of social or political comment. A canvas of a singer playing a guitar while riding a cow is called ‘Full Moon on the Beach’. Even Bali’s traffic is idealized by an image of a tourist on a Vespa, with his girlfriend in a sidecar, named ‘Enjoying Each Other’. The only depiction of a known place shows the holy spring at ‘Tirta Empul’ in Tampaksiring. A talented colourist with a flair for jewellike asymmetrical compositions, Duatmika’s canvases can be compared to stained-glass windows with secular scenes. While there is a tendency to bemoan the negative effects of tourism, Duatmika’s art shows that this can be tempered by the realization that there are many good effects to be had as well. One of the most prominent of these is the stimulation of local art. Tirta Empul

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My husband thinks that I am making too much of this, and that our son is a big boy. I know he is, but the whole situation is driving me nuts. I am starting to think that this entire involvement is being orchestrated by the mother in an attempt to pawn her daughter off on our son. Where she is miserable and is getting a divorce, she is trying to make my husband and me feel the same way. If she had any respect for us, she would have told her daughter that she should take it slow and go on the cruise with only her family. Now, my son is all psyched up about the cruise and has already purchased a plane ticket. I know we shouldn’t butt into our son’s life, but this is a sticky situation. Please help.

Dr. ZZ: Regardless of how sticky and unusual you find the situation, it is not. If you step back and look at the facts without blowing any one of them out of proportion, it all seems quite logical and positive. Your son is apparently a hot prospect. He is dating a girl whom you know and like; you already think of her as family. You son and the girl are not blood relatives; so the fact that they are dating is perfectly okay. You also know the girl’s parents, and you and your husband are friends with them. Now, your son is going on a cruise with the girl and her mother. The problem you are having is not so much with the relationship as with how little you have known about it as it was developing. Since you are close to both your son and the girl, you would have imagined that one of them would have told you about it; but they didn’t. Instead, you found out from the girl’s mother, a good friend. Now, you are outraged that the mother thinks your son is worthy of her daughter’s love, that she has the audacity to be happy to see her own daughter happy, that she is delighted to build an additional bond with you, her lifelong friend. You have been good friends for most of your lives. It isn’t such a stretch to think that your children may enjoy each other’s company as well. My advice is to let the kids have fun. Take a step back, become a bigger part of their relationship, and be supportive of your son. So he moves faster than you think he should; let him. He will have his own relationship successes and failures, and over time he will earn the wisdom to make the right choices. Copyright © 2011 Say What?

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Update Cafe Degan has added some new dishes to their menu. As usual they are a selection

of classic Indonesian and Thai dishes, which is all that they offer at this great value restaurant on Raya Petitenget, Kerobokan. I have already raved about the Gai Hoi Bai Toey [marinated chicken in pandanus leaf], a wonderful but simple Thai dish that is so often screwed up by laziness but at Degan it is perfect. Amazingly the four new Thai dishes now added to the menu happen to be four of my non-curry Thai favourites; Chicken with cashew nuts [comes from the Chinese but subsequently adapted by the Thais, and totally different from the original], Yum Woon Sen Goong, the spicy glass noodle salad, with prawns, tomato, spring onion in chili lime dressing [pictured], Pla Yum Mamuang (green mango salad with breaded crisp fish fillet), Phad Grapao Gai (minced chicken, with Thai basil, chili and coriander), Phat Nuea Naam Man Hawy (stir fry beef, assorted mushroom, spring onion and chili). New Indonesian dishes include Bebek Tumis Cabe (wok-tossed duck with red chili, lime leaf and tomato) and Ayam Panggang Bumbu Bali (which is whole clay pot-baked chicken in Balinese spices with cassava leaves stuffing) which requires pre-ordering one day in advance due to the preparation and cooking time.


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Piduh is new on Raya Petitenget, and is completely different to most other restaurants in Bali. It is almost hidden behind a line of trees and other greenery, proceed through the gate and you are in two totally different worlds! To the right is a classic Indonesian style restaurant with carved wooden wall facings, long solid wooden tables, and stone relics in the background fronting a lit feature wall. To the left is a small garden paradise with two comfortable bales and small tables set amongst the greenery. It offers a total escape from the passing traffic and world outside. Still in soft opening mode the current choices are still interesting. Chicken Tender is buttered strips of meat with honey mustard, an ‘Italian’ Salad combines chicken, beef, ham and cheese with the more usual ingredients and there is that famous Red Soup from Surabaya. Mains are a mix of International [steaks, ribs and a de-luxe burger ‘with the works’] and local [Nasi Goreng is with grilled prawn as well as the usual chicken, Bebek Goreng with sambal ijo, a green chilli sambal from Sumatra]. A feature of Piduh is their list of 20 boutique Belgian and other European beers, including such classics as Rochefort 8 and Waterloo Triple 7. Furthermore as most are in the Rp. 50-60,000 range that also makes them far cheaper than what is available elsewhere.

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Wapo KKN is another crazy name, but not a new one, as this Sanur Chinese seafood warung has been packing them in on The Bypass for many years. One of those places that is invariably full whenever you pass at a major meal time, and often with just as many expats as locals. Definitely a positive mark of acceptance, as is the ’parking man’ at front! Live Seafood is the main attraction; whole fish, prawns, squid and crab, done every which way, Indonesian Chinese style. They also offer the usual rice/noodle dishes, many varieties of Cap Cay, and everyone’s favourite, Fuyung Hai, as well as tempe/tahu dishes for the inevitable odd man out. Collusion, corruption and nepotism? No, just great simple food at real budget prices! Queens of India will open in Tandjung Benoa on the site of the failed Greek Santorina [subsequently called Casa Grande]. As a part of the high quality Indian Queens Tandoor Group it will be a very welcome addition to the local dining scene. Their wet curries are unique, some taking days to prepare and often using many imported chillies and spices to ensure the original authentic taste of which their Makhanwala is a perfect example. Queens of India Nusa Dua should be open by September. All Spice Café is found on The Bypass at Sanur. It is a new, fully air-conditioned, café offering a mix of International and local cuisines, all at very cheap prices. Entrees [or quick snacks] can be American [Buffalo Wings with ranch dressing], Indian [Vegetable Samosas with chutney], Thai [Chicken in Pandan leaves] or Japanese [Steamed Edamame]. Mains can be Javanese [Rawon Beef Soup], Balinese [Chicken Sate Lilit or Ayam Betutu], Moroccan [Chicken Tagine with preserved lemon and saffron], Thai [Beef Salad], Spanish [Chilli con Carne], Italian [Spaghetti and Meatballs] or American [Steak Burgers with fries and coleslaw]. An unusual dessert is their Carrot Cake made with extra virgin olive oil and spices and with a frosting of cream cheese. All dishes are priced under Rp.50,000 each, and many are much less than that! Free Wi-Fi as well.

Coordinare is very Italian, in the traditional sense. All the items you would expect to

find on a suburban Italian menu are here! Parma Ham on Melon, Minestrone alla Milanese, Spaghetti, Canneloni, Lasagna and Risottos, Parmigiana, Osso Buco, Tiramisu and that wonderful Italian creation, Zabaglione. If you fancy a Pizza moment then they also offer 13 very standard combinations [wood-fired of course]. Coordinare is situated at the rear [beach side] of The Bali Collection, Nusa Dua, with ample parking just outside the complex. It is a large restaurant with al fresco options, only walking distance from The Grand Hyatt. A surprising feature is the main menu prices, very budget, a rarity for this area, although there is also a special menu of Wagyu, Lobster and Turkey dishes and a selection of set menus catering to a variety of tastes and pockets.

Restoran Renon is yet another success story in that big one-way block of restaurants in Renon [Jln. Cok Agung Tresna]. It is under the same management as old favourite Kuta Palace, which was always a traffic stopper with its full length windowed kitchen, street-side in Central Kuta until its recent move the The Bypass. The food is Indonesian Chinese with strong links to Cantonese. The dishes are a mix of local [Ayam Goreng and Panggang], and Chinese [many Telor Asin - salted egg, Ladar Garam - pepper and salt and Asam Manis - sweet and sour]. There are many choices of Set Menus [for 4, 6, 8 or 10 persons @ about Rp. 50,000 per person] and judging by the frequent family groups happily munching away at the lines of round tables, a very popular choice. Every day, for lunch, a Dim Sum menu is also available although as the restaurant is pure Halal all those wonderful pork dishes are missing. Open for lunch and dinner [but not in between] the full car park tells the story of success. Gerry Williams For more information see our website: C/Ns/G-4 May 11


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A Steakhouse in Ubud! Whilst steak options are on virtually every Bali menu there are very few dedicated steakhouses specializing in steaks cut from many different sources. CP Royal Steakhouse is adjacent to the well-established CP Lounge in Ubud, where Casa Pasta and Bebek Bengil II once stood. Just south of the football ground a floodlit private lane takes you from Jln. Monkey Forest to their private parking area. The large open wantilan oversees a small private set of rice paddies, surrounded by trees and native shrubs, only 50 metres from the passing traffic but in a site that enjoys total peace and seclusion. Appetizers include salads [Beef & Rocket, Tomato & Mozzarella] and a trio of Carpaccio. The Beef Carpaccio has been marinated before being finely sliced and served with a mesculum salad with corn and green peppers added, drizzled with a spring onion pesto. Tuna Carpaccio is with a sweet basil pesto and aragula, whilst a less common, but very tasty, Lamb Carpaccio is crusted with black pepper, with a sweet basil mint pesto and topped with a salad of mixed leaves and sliced cherry tomatoes. The full menu is available at lunchtime although there are special light options just for lunch; a few Sandwiches [BLT or Club], Hot Dogs [smoked beef frankfurt with onions, cheese and tangy sauce], Minute Steaks or Pizzas [a basic Margharita or an Indonesian special of Beef Abon]. There is also a range of Pastas for lunch, Spaghetti or Penne, in a variety of styles, with seafood, meat or just a plain vegetable mix. Soups can be Chinese with a creamy Crab and Sweet Corn, a rich thick Potato and Asparagus or that Bali standard, stolen from Thailand, Tom Yam Goong [prawns in a broth of lemongrass, chilli and coriander, laced with mushrooms]. However most people come here for steaks, and there are many options. Top of the list is a Saddle of Venison. How rare to find this on a Bali menu other than at Christmas time. One of the great meats of the world, at CP simply pepper crusted and grilled. Beef Fillets [rib eye, sirloin or tenderloin] are high quality cuts imported from Australia which is also the source of their T Bone and Veal Steaks, whilst the Lamb Chops are from New Zealand. Other Steaks are cut from the Chicken Breast, or in seafood versions from Tuna or Barramundi.

There are other meat dishes such as their Beef or Lamb Kebabs, large tender chunks of meat, interspersed on a skewer with slices of onion and bell peppers. The lamb kebab has been pre-marinated in a Moroccan spice mix, the beef is with coriander. Both kebabs are served with a couscous salad. All the meat dishes at CP Royal Steakhouse are served with your choice of sauce [mushroom, black pepper, green pepper, BBQ, rosemary jus, lemon butter or béarnaise] and potato [mashed, baked, wedges or fries] and vegetables. The Tuna Steak is just seared, after having been marinated in miso, it is served almost Sashimi style and is with a beetroot tartar and either a wasabi mash or risotto. The Fillet of Tasmanian Salmon can be ordered teriyaki style or in lemon butter, and is served with lemongrass potato. Red Snapper is with a bell pepper relish and pappardelle pasta. Dessert at CP can be very local [Black Rice Pudding, a mix of black rice, pandan leaf and palm sugar, simmered in coconut milk, topped with fried banana and cream, a Balinese delicacy] or International such as their tasty version of strudel with apple wrapped in pastry served hot with ice cream, as well as brownies, pineapple boats, etc.


: CP Royal Steakhouse & Lounge


: Jln. Monkey Forest, Ubud.


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


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: Rp. 500,000 for two [+ drinks].

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: Steaks and things.


: Limited list.


: Friendly.


: Overlooking small rice paddy.


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The CP Royal Steakhouse is adjacent to the long established XP Lounge, one of Ubud’s classier late night drinking establishments. It opens at 7.00 every night with interesting tapas and small snacks at the bar, although many guests stroll through the garden in between and dine at the restaurant. Live music starts at 11.00 p.m., so does not interrupt the quiet dining but offers a continuance of the evening’s entertainment for those who want to continue on till the early hours, after their meal has finished. Ubud may not yet offer the full range of dining options to be found in Bali’s south, but the choices keep on increasing, and they are generally more laid back, and competitively priced. Staffing at Ubud restaurants is also another big plus, all being from local villages, the genuine friendliness more than making up for any lack of slick skills, in fact it is a chance to enjoy the real Bali, without the hype! XP Royal Steakhouse gives the local inhabitants and visiting tourists yet another dining option in Ubud, for either lunch or dinner, a pleasant experience.

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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29 June - 13 July, 2011


The final of our three eclipses occurs on July 1st at 9 Cancer as the Sun and Moon join in this sign to bring a month of family and deep nurturing. Jupiter in Taurus trines Pluto in Capricorn to bring some grounded transformational change. Mercury moves into Leo on it’s way to the next retrograde in August and Venus joins the Sun in Cancer. This is the time to deepen your Spiritual practices for the next round of intensity which will be upon us again in August when Neptune returns to Aquarius and Mars will move into position to trigger Pluto. As Mars activates the cardinal cross once more. firstly igniting Uranus in Aries and then Pluto, you can be sure the action will be swift, chaotic and with long term consequences. As the Sun travels in Cancer we are reminded of the depth of Love which lives in each human heart. The depth of compassion, empathy and true understanding when these hearts unite to bring about healing through nurturing of ourselves and our Planetary home. As Soul Families and pods unite and create a sense of home within communities, large and small, seeds begin to sprout and take form as the New World reveals it’s agenda to those in touch with the flow of nature and the earth’s call. As human hearts expand into Love, there is a natural movement away from aggression and conflict. Holding ourselves, each other and the Earth with the respect each deserves, lessens the suffering and all is released through forgiveness. NEW MOON 9 Cancer 12 July 1, 2011 04:55 p.m. (Partial Solar Eclipse)

ARIES: Mars in Gemini is bringing some procrastination and confusion along with agility and speed to your mental processes and your life in general. The Planets in Cancer are activating your need for a home base. Let not the concerns and fears of others get in the way of your usual mode of spontaneous action and response. The ability to create and manifest as you go is a skill you’ve honed well by now. Even if the old falls away very rapidly you’ll be fine and in fact, well taken care of. You can be the wayshower for others less inclined to trust their instincts. Learn to encourage them, rather than force them into action.

LIBRA: Saturn in Libra is demanding that you bring some compassion into your life for others. Putting yourself in the other persons shoes and with that comes empathy as you get to feel what they feel. The consequence of this is the restructuring of relationship. Where you thought you may have been an understanding, caring and sharing person, you now realize you were actually none of the above and were possibly even only operating out of the need to fulfill your own needy attachments. What you get now, is your ability to release all the pain from the past through loving yourself, and then genuinely sharing from that space.

TAURUS: As Lady Venus moves into Cancer, you are feeling more at home and nurtured than you have for a long time and as Jupiter in your sign brings good fortune to your life, you are able to make the necessary adjustments that recent changes have brought upon you. This is a great time for you to go out and enjoy the nature. By getting back to basics, to grass roots, so to speak, you will rekindle your love for the simple things of life. A movement away from materialism and ownership. Coming more into alignment with earth’s cycles you will experience an ease within yourself that promotes peace and relaxation.

SCORPIO: An optimum time to make those necessary changes in your life. Although you may have been postponing through determinedly trying to fix or work it out, you see that there is just no stopping the inevitable and so it is better to methodically and in a mature fashion dismantle the unworkable situation with steadiness. Remember that this situation has been put in place over a number of years and so patience is required to bring it to completion. If you wait any longer then it all be wiped away in one foul swoop at a later date. Better to go willingly than to have it brutally upended. Maturity is the key word here.

GEMINI: As Mars travels in your sign, your mental faculties are finely tuned. Your Inner Wisdom and Guidance is strong and with that now is the time to take action. Speak your truth without delay and without attachment to outcome. Although everyone is feeling pretty sensitive with the Planets in Cancer, they will also understand the requirement for change now. Network and share the information, as minds and hearts awaken now, and are ready for some new input. Even if this input is seems outdated to you, for some it is brand new material. Develop some empathy and more patience for others.

SAGITTARIUS: Jupiter in Taurus is not adding speed to your life. What it is adding is determination to grow and change and although there don’t appear to be too many adventures on the horizon, you are relatively stable, nontheless. It seems that there are responsibilities that you have to take care of at this time and are willingly doing this. It’s a great time for you to do those things, which you normally prefer to ignore. Your flamboyancy is being directed in other ways. Probably, at least at this time, through your communication. Sharing your adventures for the welfare and enjoyment for those less seasoned travelers.

CANCER: Birthday time brings a round of close family gatherings and the sense of belonging. It could be that your circle of friends and family has broadened to encompass a much larger group of individuals. As you expand and grow, the reflections mirror back to you, just how far you’ve actually come. You are one of the key players in this time of accelerated change, and it is probably through your dedication to family values that you will contribute. The importance of nurturing during these times of stress is paramount and you truly know it’s value. Transformation seems mandatory, although suffering not. LEO: Mercury has already made it’s debut in your sign on the lead up to the Sun’s entrance later in the month. The stirrings of your own needs stimulating changes, even if only at the consciousness level. Action is bound to happen, although not quite yet. This is the time to give birth to new ideas and situations in your life. This round of sorting and discarding is the first stages of the movement into the next phase of your life. Although you may feel like moving hastily, understand that there is always plenty of time, for all that you are to undertake. Allow the inner guidance to flow and impulse you now. VIRGO: You are currently unlocking doors to your psyche. Those places you’ve hidden information from yourself. As the truth is revealed to you and lies dissolve, a settling occurs in the heart which will bring it’s own round of natural and organic changes. You now understand that despite your own attempts, life seems to take on an agenda of it’s own, leading you to places, peoples and events, which even you could never have imagined possible or a reality. Relax and allow the journey to unfold at it’s own pace, rather than trying to organize every last little detail. The paradox is, life just gets better.

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CAPRICORN: Saturn is moving along at quite a pace once more, ploughing through that sign of peace, love and harmony, Libra. You are in the process of making life beautiful and restoring the sense of balance. This is a very creative time for you and a great deal can be achieved. A lot of your healing and transformation comes through the Union of the Divine Feminine and Masculine. Of course, this taking place within you, although your guidance is prompting you to make the adjustments on the external, through your day to day relationships and the significant other. Many are preparing the way for their arrival. AQUARIUS: Uranus turns retrograde this month, and as your ruler directs your attention inward. Traveling in that hasty and impetuous sign of Aries, you now get to reflect on your actions and achievements over the past four months. If you have been too hasty, now is the time to set things straight, with this window between now and December, when it turns direct once more. You are another who has just passed through an awakening and very important activation portal, during the recent eclipse/solstice. Life looks and feels quite different to what it did in May. Relationship and family is a strong emphasis at this time. PISCES: Life can get a little confusing from time to time, even for the most stable minded. You are or have just passed through a time of mental detoxification and you understand how your thinking created events and situations and with that, realize that you have the power to manifest your intentions into reality. This then will lead you to stop the worry and know that all is well. It is the worry thoughts themselves creating the problem, and not the other way round. Relax, and go with the flow of synchronicty and spontaneous actions and allow the sense of chaos to dissolve into the certainty of Trust and choice. Copyright © 2011 Vibhuti-Teri Norris You can read all past articles of Horoscope at

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SCHEDULE THAT Bali Art Festival (11 June – 9 July) I am always reminded that the high season in Bali is creeping up when the Bali Art Festival begins. For those of you who are not aware, this is the Balinese cultural event of the year when the Balinese from all over the island descend upon Denpasar. It is a full month of daily performances, cultural activities, dance, music and handicraft exhibitions all of which are unique to Bali. There are food and offering contests, classical palace dances, musical performances, dance creations from the dance schools of Denpasar, contemporary choreography and dances from abroad and other islands of the archipelago. The actual history that led to the Bali Arts Festival is facinating too. As tourism kicked off in Bali, way back in 1965, the Balinese insisted that cultural guidelines were followed. Tourism should be tourism for Bali rather than Bali for tourism and this idea became part of national policy owed much to the Governor of Bali, Ida Bagus Mantra at that time. The policy was really about nurturing and preserving traditional Balinese culture as well as being adapted to the demands of modernity and cultural tourism. In the villages, local music groups, dances and other cultural events were supported and schools of dance and art created. I think the Balinese are to be commended on their efforts to maintain their traditions amongst the demands of modern life. I think the Bali Arts Festival is a testiment to the strength of the arts within the Balinese culture. Each day holds an impressive line up of different events of which there are far too many to list here but you can check out the schedule on their website and the location of each event. When : daily Where : Denpasar Contact :

Donnafugata Wine Experience (8 July) This is a very special treat for wine and food lovers who are willing to splash out and enjoy a sensational experience. The evening starts with cocktails and canapies followed by the dining experience. Chef Made Putra has carefully prepared a selection of delicacies to enable guests to appreciate the rich and distinctive flavours of Sicily, Donnafugata. Each course is presented with a different wine followed by dessert, coffee or tea. I have attended a number of wine tasting evenings at various hotels and these are highly recommended. Take a taxi too!

will come together to learn new life skills, the values of a Global, Green Citizen and the Supercamp’s 8 Keys of Excellence as well as to make new friends in seven inspirational days of fun. Supercamp’s Expert Faciliators will arrive from the U.S. and beyond and students will attend from Australia, Singapore and across Asia. Hands-on activities and adventures will ensure a memorable experience. I’m going to mention here the 8 Keys of Excellence as I’m intrigued. This is your ‘code’ for personal excellence and accountability and an opportunity to learn how to build a positive space for learning and living. This encompasses Communication and Relationships, Leadership, Creative Thinking and Problem Solving, Breaking Through Personal Barriers, Motivation and Goal-Setting. Skills include Quantum Study Strategies, Math Mastery, Quantum Reading and Writing, Note-Taking and Mind Mapping and Quantum Memory. Definitely important for the demands of the 21st century. I reckon it is going to be the opportunity of a life time to experience this right here in Bali. It sounds like an amazing few days! Cost : USD2,395 Where : Green School Contact : 0821 4759 6284

A Japanese Sunday Brunch It is always good to spoil yourself with one of the many Sunday brunches designed especially for locals, expats and tourists alike at the many hotels and restaurants dotted around. If you are a fan of Japanese cuisine, just like myself then this is definitely a brunch to schedule. Chef Kenji Maeda invites you to dine with your family on scrumptious Japanese delights all of which I am sure are familiar to you. Free flow green tea and a free glass of sake are included too. Not only that but plan for the whole day as you can get a free ‘day in paradise’ pass and enjoy the resort’s swimming pool and designated beach area. Not bad and of course children below 12 get a 50% discount on the cost. I think that this makes for a great family day out! When Cost Where Contact

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Kids Fun Yoga (Sundays) Events for children are always worth mentioning and anything to promote a healthy lifestyle deserves scheduling too. Children aged 3 to 10 years are invited to participate in this forty five minute yoga session held every Sunday.

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Ombak Bali Surf Film Festival in Bali (20 – 23 July) As one of the world’s most famous surfing destinations, it is no surprise that Bali is host to South East Asia’s one and only surf film festival now in its fourth year. The festival showcases the best new films that celebrate the culture of surfing. Village men battle it out to be king of the waves in a small community in Papua New Guinea, UK surfers embark on an environmental mission and you can experience the trials and tribulations of girl surfers in The Philippines. A moving tribute is also paid to surf legend Andy Irons. There’s river surfing in Hawaii and the latest big wave action from Hawaii, Mexico and California. I’ll take this opportunity to give you a little background information to this event. Ombak Bali is an opportunity for national and international surf film makers to expose their films. Ombak Bali also promotes awareness of the environment and social issues by screening inspiring surf films that go beyond the waves. Not only are there film premiers but live music and DJ’s add to the entertainment every evening. All this is happening right at La Plancha on the sand on the big screen and under the stars. Perfect!

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Paramore Live in Concert, Bali (17 August) This is one Independence Day surprise for fans of this band that formed in 2004 in America. I don’t know much about this band or their music but either way it’s another fantastic opportunity to experience the excitement of a live band at Garuda Wisnu Kencana. I’m scheduling this way ahead so that you have ample opportunity to purchase your tickets. Cost : IDR600,000 and IDR400,000 Where : Garuda Wisnu Kencana, Jl Raya Uluwatu Contact :

Turtle Release Programme (Thursdays and Sundays)

When : 7.00 pm Cost : IDR 1,100,000 Where : Bulai Raya Ballroom, The Laguna Resort and Spa, Nusa Dua Contact : 3005502

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Junior Green Supercamp (5 – 11 July)

Kite Boarding (15 – 17 July)

This is the first Junior Green Supercamp which will take place in Bali and attended by children from all over the world and of course children in Bali are welcome. Junior Green Supercamp is a partnership between the already established leaders in summer enrichment camps for students and Green School. Over seven days children aged between 11 and 13 years old

Kite boarding returns to the beaches of Sanur for the 6th Hot Air. This event is a firm fixture in the calendar of kite surfers and last year saw 14 competitors from Indonesia, Singapore, Australia and Holland. This event was founded in 2006 by Rodney Holt of Stiff Chilli, a beach side restaurant bar in Sanur. Bali Sports Foundation, Blue Oasis Beach Club and Stiff Chilli wel-

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Local News “Bali Nine” Ringleader Andrew Chan Loses his Last Appeal Bali Nine ringleader Andrew Chan has lost his final legal appeal against the death penalty in a bitter blow to his chances of escaping death row. His only chance now at life is a plea for clemency from Indonesia’s President – a man who is not known for pardoning drug traffickers. The Supreme Court decision came as a shock to Chan’s legal team who had not been informed of the verdict until News Ltd contacted them late Friday (17/6) with the news. It is not known if the case of fellow ringleader, Myuran Sukumaran, has been decided as a different panel of three judges was considering his case. But the Chan decision does not bode well for his chances of also escaping death row. The pair ran joint appeals last year, using the same argument that they are now rehabilitated and professing their guilt and apologizing - something they had previously not done. The Denpasar District Court, in his report to their superiors in the Supreme Court in Jakarta, had recommended the pair be spared the death sentence. The Kerobokan Jail’s Governor Siswanto testified at their appeal, telling that they were now model prisoners and asking why they couldn’t be forgiven. He has become close to both Chan and Sukumaran. Yesterday he, like everyone involved with Chan, was shattered by the news the Chan had lost his appeal. The reasons why Chan, 26, lost the appeal are not yet known and the full written judgment has yet to be completed. However, it was always going to be a hard ask for both he and Sukumaran to get a reprieve from death row, given the amount of drugs involved. The so-called Bali Nine was arrested in April 2005 attempting to smuggle 8.2kg of heroin from Bali to Sydney. The court heard at the time that Chan and Sukumaran were the ringleaders of the group. Chan’s decision comes only weeks after another Bali Nine member, Scott Rush, won his appeal in the same court. Rush, one of four couriers arrested at Bali airport with the drugs strapped to them, was also on death row. On May 10, the court announced he had won the appeal and had his sentence reduced to a life sentence. A different panel of three judges in the same court also considered

Chan’s appeal on the same day but only announced their decision late yesterday. At his appeal late last year Chan, speaking in Indonesian, expressed his remorse and regret at his own stupidity and apologized. “Your Honor’s, when I was first arrested in 2005 I stupidly thought I knew everything and in my previous trials, on the advice of my old lawyers, I pleaded my innocence. I stupidly thought I could walk out of here despite the crime I committed. However, I now know much better and it feels good to be able to speak the truth, to apologize and to ask for the forgiveness of Your Honor’s. “I also want to apologize for my behavior in 2005 when I was in front of this Honorable court. At that time I did not have the proper respect for the court. However I have learned a lot about myself and about Indonesian society during the last five years since then and I feel very embarrassed about my behavior,” Chan said. “I know that I did some stupid things when I was younger and I know that I can’t change my past but I have genuinely changed my behavior and I really want to focus on what I can do now and in the future. I understand much better now the devastating effect that drugs can have on people and their families and God has shown me that a person who has done bad things in the past can make amends once they can accept responsibility for their actions.” Since being in jail Chan has found God and is studying ministry and theology by correspondence and is one of the leaders of the prison church, where he helps to run regular English services. He told of now trying to support and help prisoners and of helping to run computer and other courses. “I am doing these things to help others and because I believe I have a purpose in life, not just to be held in prison and then executed. Once again, I want to say how deeply sorry I am for what I did in the past. I accept that I deserve to be punished for my crime but I beg the court that I not be executed.” Chan said one day, after serving his sentence, he wanted to have his own family & become a minister or counselor “so that I can work with young people to prevent them from making the same mistakes as me”. (June 18th 2011)

Abu Bashir Jailed for 15 years - Terror Fight Still on While Indonesia’s most notorious Islamist was sitting in a cell awaiting his fate, militants linked to his supposedly peaceful Jema’ah Ansharut Tauhid group shot policemen while trying to rob a bank and wounded 30 people in a suicide bombing at a police mosque.

sentiment to whip up popular support, according to the head of the country’s anti-terror agency, Ansyaad Mbai. Police said they found similarities in the parcel bombs to those used by Islamic groups a decade ago in sectarian conflicts in far-flung eastern provinces.

The attacks could signal further mergers of militant splinter factions with Islamist groups not previously involved in terror as they recruit young men left behind by a booming economy and unite in their opposition to minorities, non-Muslims and pluralism - the bedrock of the world’s largest Muslim community.

“These are new methods, but we suspect a connection with old players,” said police spokesman Boy Rafli Amar. The nervous mood in the capital was highlighted by an advertising stunt that backfired when a firm sent coffins and notes saying, “your time has come” to media organizations to promote a book - only for jumpy editors to call the police.

Judges on Thursday (16/6) jailed frail cleric Abu Bakar Bashir, 72, the spiritual leader behind the 2002 Bali bombings, for 15 years for aiding a group that planned to kill President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. It was effectively a life sentence.

Militants exploited this by a fake threat to explode 36 bombs when Bashir’s verdict was announced, prompting a security clampdown across the capital. “This is a campaign of fear that at the same time is exhausting the police,” said Widjajanto.

“There’s the potential for small cells forming for joint actions at a local level, and it’s not a good development,” said Sidney Jones, an expert on Islamic militancy at the International Crisis Group in Jakarta. These militant groups are showing a shift in tactics, away from Western targets such as luxury hotels and night clubs toward domestic institutions such as the police, and symbols of pluralism, in their push for an Islamic state.

The changing nature of the militant threat was highlighted at the trial of Bashir, which regularly attracted crowds of not only his supporters, but also members of the FPI - a Muslim vigilante group mostly known for smashing up bars. Yudhoyono called this month for adherence for the national pluralist ideology and has called for groups using violence to be disbanded, but none has been so far and few arrests made.

A move toward Islamic law would worry investors such as consumer giant Unilever and threaten the long-term unity of an archipelago with sizeable Christian populations in the east. The country was rife with violent sectarian conflict early last decade, so at stake is continued political and social stability that has encouraged foreign direct investment to pour into the country in recent years.

An FPI member, Munarman, who is also a lawyer for Bashir, told reporters outside the court that if Yudhoyono kept pushing pluralism and the disbanding of Islamic groups, then Muslims were ready to “Ben Ali” Yudhoyono-a reference to deposed Tunisian President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali. Such comments in public show the apparent impunity that such groups have, and analysts say the lack of action against them highlights the president’s ineffectiveness. “A feeble response from the administration highlights the president’s wariness of irking Islamic parties, as well as weaknesses within the cabinet,” said Jakarta-based risk analyst Kevin O’Rourke.

There has been an escalation of attacks and religious intolerance this year, with police failing to stop mob beatings of the minority sect Ahmadi, the burning of two churches and an attack on a court after demands for a stiffer sentence against a Catholic man guilty of distributing anti-Islamic material. “The Islamic militant network used to be moved by the international Muslim agenda, but now it is motivated by the dynamics of the Islamic movement in Indonesia,” said Andi Widjajanto, a terrorism expert from the University of Indonesia. While previous militant groups such as Jemaah Islamiah, seen as an arm of al Qaeda and whose goal was a pan-Southeast Asian caliphate, were influenced by issues such as the U.S. presence in the Middle East and attacked Westerners, the new ones are domestically focused on making Indonesia more Islamic. A series of parcel bombs was sent to police and proponents of pluralism in Jakarta, while groups have used anti-Ahmadi

Bashir labeled his 15-year sentence un-Islamic, striking to the heart of an argument the government does not want to have, since being seen as un-Islamic would be a vote loser as parties start to jockey for the 2014 elections. These issues are also likely to distract the government from planned reforms on land acquisition, infrastructure and labor laws, which investors say are already long overdue. There are no signs portfolio investment flows have been affected by recent attacks or religious intolerance, with many investors bullish on a G20 economy that could win an upgrade to an investment grade sovereign rating in the next year. “I think the market has already priced in the threat of terrorism,” said Eugene Leow, economist at Southeast Asia’s top bank DBS. “It is simply a cost of doing business in Indonesia. (June 17th 2011)

Briton Sentenced to 20 Years over Shabu-Shabu in Bali The Denpasar district court sentenced Khuram Antonio Khan Garcia of Britain to 20 years in jail for smuggling in 3 kg of crystal methamphetamine (shabu-shabu) on Thursday (16/6). “The defendant is legally and convincingly found guilty of importing more than 5 grams of class I narcotics under article 113 sub-article 2 of Law No. 35 of 2009 on narcotics,” Judge Istiningsih Rahayu said. The court also fined the 39-year-old British national Rp. 1 billion. Garcia was arrested at the city’s Ngurah Rai Airport on November 11 last year shortly after he disembarked from a Qatar Airways plane from Doha. Customs and excise officers at the airport found him carrying 2,818 grams of shabu-shabu hidden in the hollow space on his suitcase. (June 19th 2011) Biggest Antique Porcelain Haul’ Found in Indonesian Waters A $70-million haul of Ming Dynasty porcelain has been found in a 16th-century shipwreck off the Indonesian island of Java, a Portugal-based salvage company said Friday. Arqueonautas Worldwide (AWW) and its Indonesia-based partner RM Discovery Inc. said an “archaeological reconnaissance operation” had confirmed the discovery of the “biggest shipwreck cargo of Ming porcelain ever found”. “The Chinese merchant ship from the time of the Wanli Emperor sank around 1580 in over 50m (600 feet) depth approximately 150km (93 miles) off the Indonesian coast,” the company said in a statement. Fishermen found the wreck in mid-2009 and the Indonesian government contracted AWW and RM Discovery to carry out the delicate task of recovering its historically significant cargo, the company said. in a scientifically sound manner whilst being economically viable,” he said. The wreck is under almost constant surveillance to prevent looting, the salvors said. The AWW website says the company has discovered more than 300 shipwrecks in Africa, Asia and South America. (June 16th 2011) Indonesia Leader in Japan Sceptical of Nuclear Power Indonesia’s President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on a visit to disaster-hit Japan Friday (17/6) voiced reservations about plans to build a nuclear power plant in his country, media reports said. Indonesia has had plans to build its first atomic plant to go into operation in about a decade to help it meet rising energy demand fuelled by high economic growth in the world’s most populous Muslim nation. However, in separate interviews with Japanese news agencies, Yudhoyono suggested that Indonesia would not move towards nuclear power under his second term, which runs until 2014, Kyodo News agency said. Speaking with Jiji Press about Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant disaster, he said: “We can never say that the same thing won’t happen in Indonesia, which is prone to earthquakes. “We’d better explore ways to use other energy sources before building nuclear power plants.” He also told Kyodo that Indonesia was willing to consider alternative energies such as geothermal, solar and hydroelectric power, while moving to limit the use of oil and coal in the long run. (June 17th 2011) Travel Alert on Bali Again after Legionnaires Outbreak The SmartTraveller website has issued a new Legionnaires alert and warned: Australian health authorities have detected a small number of cases of Legionnaires’ disease (Legionella pneumophila) amongst travelers recently returned from the Kuta region of Bali. The Indonesian Environmental Health Department is investigating, but Australians in Bali and those who have recently returned are advised to monitor themselves for flu-like symptoms including fever and coughs. If they do suffer these symptoms they are advised to visit their doctor or a hospital emergency department and advise them of traveling to Bali. The potentially lethal form of pneumonia is brought on be the Legionella bacteria and is often linked to air-conditioning systems. It is usually transferred in water droplets in the air coming from air-conditioners, spas and misting sprays. At least 15 cases have been reported by Australians returning from Bali since August last year. (June 10th 2011) Dengue Fever Vaccine Trials Begin More than four decades after Indonesia first declared war on dengue fever, the government on Monday (13/6) conceded it was still struggling to win the battle against the deadly disease. “The challenge is enormous, it is extremely difficult to keep the disease under control,” Health Minister Endang Rahayu Sedyaningsih said after opening the first Asean Dengue Day conference in Jakarta. Dengue fever was first detected in 1968 in Surabaya and Jakarta. More than 50 cases were found at the time and more than half of the victims died. 40 years later Indonesia had the largest dengue fever problem of any country in Southeast Asia. The Ministry of Health reported that last year more than 150,000 people across Indonesia were infected, and more than 1,400 people, mostly children, died of the disease. By comparison, in Thailand last year there were 57,000 infections and 70 fatalities. according to the World Health Organization, Asean Secretary General Surin Pitsuwan said that dengue fever was a serious problem not only for Indonesia but also for other Asean countries. “Every year 51 million people are infected and 20,000 people, especially children, die unnecessarily,” he said. Endang said dengue fever vaccine could be the best approach to curb the number of infections and fatalities in Indonesia. While no vaccine is available yet, a clinical trial is under way in five Asian countries, including Indonesia. Some 2,000 children in Jakarta, Bandung, and Bali are participating in the clinical trial that will run over the next five years. Endang said there was no guarantee regarding the efficacy of the vaccine but so far it has been proven safe. (June 14th 2011)

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Bali’s Piano Man Dies Bali’s “Piano Man”, Karl (Fogmeg) St. Charles, passed away at a local hospital on Sunday (5/6) aged 66. He had been battling illness for some time. Born on July 6, 1944, in Taylor, Pennsylvania where he attended high school before graduating from Wilkes University with a Masters Degree in Music and Theater. He continued his studies at the renowned Julliard School of Music and Dance where he received a doctorate degree, A gifted pianist, St. Charles played with the New York Ballet and Philharmonic Orchestra. He will also be remembered for his exceptional skills as an educator and orchestral conductor. In 1993, St. Charles performed at an inaugural ball for President William Clinton and vice-president Al Gore. During the course of a prolific career, St. Charles recorded a number of classical CD’s. St. Charles was cremated in Bali on Saturday, June 11th after with former students performing in his honor. (11th June 2011) Indonesia Protests to Saudi over Maid Beheading Indonesia will lodge a strong protest with Saudi Arabia over the beheading of an Indonesian maid convicted of murdering her Saudi employer, Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa said on Monday (20/6). Riyadh carried out the execution by sword without giving Indonesia prior notice, he told reporters after a meeting with lawmakers. “We cannot accept it and will file a strong protest to the Saudi government,” he said. The woman, Ruyati binti Sapubi, was found guilty of killing Saudi woman Khairiya bint Hamid Mijlid by striking her repeatedly on the head with a meat cleaver and stabbing her in the neck. The migrant worker had been subjected to constant verbal abuse and refused permission to leave the kingdom, according to a report by the Indonesian consulate general in Jeddah quoted by the Jakarta Globe newspaper. Sapubi was “upset because she was frequently yelled at and disappointed because her employer refused to let her return home,” it said. Around 70 percent of the 1.2 million Indonesians working in Saudi Arabia are domestic helpers, according to officials. The beheading brought the number of executions in the ultra-conservative kingdom this year to 28, according to an AFP tally based on official and human rights group reports. Indonesians were outraged in April when a Saudi court overturned the conviction of a Saudi woman who had been jailed for three years for allegedly torturing her Indonesian maid. London-based watchdog Amnesty International this month called on Saudi Arabia to stop applying the death penalty, saying there had been a significant rise in the number of executions carried out over the past six weeks. (June 20th 2011) Indonesian Branch of Obedient Wives Club Opens A new club in Indonesia that encourages women to be totally obedient to their husbands and focus on keeping them sexually satisfied has generated an outcry from some activists. The Indonesian branch of the Obedient Wives Club, launched early this month in Malaysia, claims to have about 300 members in several cities. Group leader Gina Puspita said the club would offer its members a package of teachings including how to treat their husbands in bed. “A wife has to be 100 percent obedient to her husband in all aspects, especially in sexual treatment,” she said. The club was founded by the conservative Islamic group Global Ikhwan in Malaysia, where hundreds of women are members. Organizers claim they can cure social ills such as prostitution and divorce by teaching women to be submissive and to keep their men happy in the bedroom. Husein Muhammad, a commissioner of KOMNAS Perempuan, an Indonesia commission on women’s rights, said, “Such a club is needless” and would not get support in the country. “Such a club just places women as subordinates, and a marginal group.” Indonesia’s government guarantees equal rights and opportunities for men and women, though some Indonesians are dissatisfied with discriminative bylaws imposed by local governments promoting strict moral values. (June 19th 2011) Indonesia to Review Dolphin Release Plan: official Indonesia said Friday (17/6) it would consider rehabilitating captive dolphins before releasing them into the wild, after animal welfare activists criticized a plan to dump them directly into the sea. “We’ll consider the concern of activists to put the captive dolphins in a rehabilitation program before their release,” conservation official Darori told AFP. “Ultimately, we all want the dolphins to be healthy and survive after their release. 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Housewives Third Biggest Group of HIV/AIDS Sufferers in Maluku Housewives emerged as the third largest group of HIV/AIDS infected people in Maluku in 2010, presumably because of their husbands` extramarital behavior, according to the agency monitoring the fatal disease’s development in the province. The biggest numbers of people living with HIV/AIDS in Maluku in 2010 were found among the self-employed, prostitutes and housewives, in that order. “Of the 380 new HIV/AIDS cases that were recorded in 2010, 95 involved self-employed people, 94 prostitutes and 73 housewives,” he said. The remainder were civil servants, military/ policemen, students, private sector employees, ship crews and unemployed people. In terms of age, most of the HIV/AIDS sufferers or about 82 percent of the total were in the 15-39 years group, four percent in the 0-14 years group and 14 percent in the 40-60 years group, Aziz said. HIV/AIDS in Maluku was for the first time detected in Tual in 1994 when it was believed to have been transmitted by a foreign ship’s crew. The number of detected HIV/AIDS cases at the time was 2. Later, the lethal virus found its way into all districts and cities in Maluku. It also reached the most far-flung regions, namely South Buru and Southwest Maluku. (June 17th 2011) Police Find Unfinished Bombs in Terror Suspect’s Workshop The Police’s anti-terror unit Densus 88 has discovered two series of unfinished bombs belonging to terror suspect Yasir in Pemalang, Central Java. “In a search in a sports shop police discovered two series of unfinished bombs,” head of the National Police’s public information bureau Brigadier General Ketut Untung Yoga Ana said here on Friday (17/6). He said the police had also found switches and bomb making manuals and several electronic components as well as a diary and gun profiles. “Police are still conducting an intensive investigation,” he said. The items were discovered at a workshop belonging to terror suspect Sugeng Setiaji in a sports shop in Pekalongan .(June 17th 2011) Indonesia gets Geothermal Boost Japanese trading company Marubeni joined French and Indonesian partners in a venture to develop geothermal resources in the region. “From this point, the consortium will develop the geothermal resources in the Rantau Dedap area, construct a power plant with a capacity of 220,000 kilowatts and execute a long-term power purchase agreement with the state-owned electricity company, with 2016 being the target date for commencing commercial operations,” the Japanese company said in a statement. The Indonesian government adopted a fast-track plan to develop as much as 10,000 megawatts of domestic electricity. Marubeni notes the country has the largest estimated geothermal resources in the world. The International Energy Agency said in a report published this week that policy actions and better incentives could help increase the amount of geothermal energy in the global energy mix from around 0.25 percent currently to more than 3 percent by 2050. The IEA recommends that governments introduce incentives that would encourage the commercial development of geothermal technologies and payments to third parties that introduce alternative energy to the current grid. Permits should be made easier as well, the IEA stressed. (June 17th 2011) Australia Detains Three Indonesian Boys for Trafficking Australia has jailed three Indonesian boys from Rote Island, East Nusa Tenggara, on charges of human trafficking. The three youths who hail from Daudolu village, Rote West were arrested by Australian patrol officers in January 2011 when they were on a boat carrying tens of illegal migrants who wanted to come to Australia. The tree youths were arrested and detained on charges of smuggling people into Australia. They have been sentenced to 5 to six years imprisonment. Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesman Michael Tene said on Friday, (17/6) however that the three boys who have been held in an Australian jail for adults for months for alleged involvement in people smuggling will be released soon. (June 19th 2011) The Bali Kite Festival set for July The annual Bali Kite festival will return to Padang Galak field on Sanur Beach July 28-31, 2011. The 33rd “flying” of the kites is expected to attract thousands of local and foreign visitors as well as participants at the festival which runs each day of the festival from 9 am until 5 pm. Considered a major event on the international kiting calendar, teams from a number of countries, including Malaysia, Japan, German and India - are expected to travel to Bali. Kites can enter in a variety of categories, and all participants are required to attend a mandatory briefing during which rules and guidelines are given to all teams. A very Balinese affair, teams are required to wear traditional dress while competing in the Festival. (June 25th 2011)


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Man Flies US Airways in Women’s Underwear A photo of the scantily clad man was provided to the San Francisco Chronicle by a passenger on the June 9 flight from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to Phoenix. She said other passengers had complained to airline workers before the plane boarded, but that employees had ignored those complaints. “We don’t have a dress code policy,” says the airline spokeswoman. (San Francisco Chronicle) Town Decides Against Changing Name of Alcohol Mary Road At the board meeting, several Alcohol Mary Road residents rallied around the memory of Alcohol Mary and said they were proud of her alcohol-making activity during Prohibition. They said the road was named for her. One local said: “Alcohol Mary Road embodies, to me, Maine’s independence during a time that was very difficult.” (Greenwood Sun Journal) Boy, 7, Hits Speeds of 50 M.p.h. as He Drives Toward Dad’s Home Police pursued the kid with care. “I was hoping he wasn’t going to crash,” says the police chief. “A couple of times he went off the right side, onto the berm in the gravel, and the vehicle was fishtailing a little bit. When that happened, he seemed to be increasing his speeds.” (Detroit Free Press) Portland Traffic Cop Gives Thumbs-up to Naked Bike Riders’ Behavior “It was mostly a lot of people having fun,” says Portland’s traffic division captain. “I didn’t see one rowdy rider. It’s pretty amazing when so many people can gather in a group of that size and just have a good time.” He notes that there weren’t any arrests. ( Man Leaves Everything He Owns to City’s Public Works Department The bachelor city worker’s relatives weren’t happy to hear that. One cousin says: “I thought I was in the will, you know? He told my mother that her and I were in his will, and all of a sudden I called the attorney today and found out, man, he left it to the city. What a shocker.” (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) Urn with Grandma’s Ashes Left at Goodwill Store in Michigan Goodwill employees were sorting through donated items when they came across a box labeled “grandma’s urn.” Inside was a 10-inch-tall, cream-colored urn, with something inside, presumably ashes - presumably grandma’s. (Flint Journal) Death by Totem Pole Turns Into Murder Case Against Husband He claimed that the totem pole they were carving accidentally fell on her, but now police say that’s not the real story. They’re telling a tale of infidelity and deceit. (Minneapolis Star Tribune) Man Growls at Cops, Blames Bizarre Behavior on Wolf Bite A 20-year-old man who was arrested for attacking people and growling at deputies is blaming his bizarre behavior on being bitten by a wolf. (Drinking was involved, too.) He also told deputies he goes on the attack every time the moon comes out. (The Chronicle-Telegram)


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

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The Five Tibetan Rites consists of five continuous movements which can have a profound effect on your overall health, improving your energy, increasing blood circulation, balancing our 7 main chakras and promoting the free flow of prana to the endocrine system which revitalizes our mind and body. Regular practice of these exercises can also relieve muscular tension and nervous stress, improve respiration and digestion and strengthen the cardiovascular system. The monks discovered that no more than 21 repetitions for each exercise are needed for optimal health; any more than that would be superfluous. It is suggested that you build up to 21 repetitions slowly over time, allowing your body to gradually be strengthened as you increase the repetitions week by week. My suggestion is to begin with just five repetitions of each movement and increase by one or two every week until you feel ready to do the full 21 repetitions of each exercise. Our bodies are never quite the same from day to day. On some days I feel I can do 13 or 14 repetitions, and on other days I drop down to 10. Honor your body and let it be the guide for what you can do on that particular day. It doesn’t have to be a competition to see how quickly you can get up to 21 repetitions. Instead, the practice of The Five Tibetan Rites is really about tuning into your body and gradually increasing your stamina with the ultimate goal of relaxation and wellbeing. The entire routine of The Five Tibetan Rites can be 20 minutes, but I often include a warm-up at the beginning, some extra yoga asanas in the middle and meditation at the end which takes me approximately 50 – 60 minutes. 1. For the first movement known as ‘Spinning’, your body should be tall, arms outstretched, straight and active with left palm facing up for receiving energy and right palm facing downwards for giving energy. Focus down your left fingertip and spin clockwise counting your repetitions by focusing on one point. When you’ve completed your repetitions, return to center and clasp your hands together in front of you with index finger pointing upward. Focus on your fingertips until your balance has returned. 2. The second movement is called the ‘Yogic V’. Start by lying on your back; then place your hands underneath you forming an ‘L’ and framing your sit bones; arms should be active and strong. Breath in head with neck lifted, exhale and raise your torso and legs simultaneously, keeping your body strong, straight and active. Support

4. The fourth movement is called ‘Table Top’. For this exercise start in a seated position on your sit bones with legs and feet active and straight in front of you, back straight, tummy pulled in and chin tucked under. Push your body up into a table top, balancing your weight evenly on your hands and feet; raise your pelvis to the sky, clench buttocks and tilt head back. Return to starting positions and repeat. 5. Movement five is a combination of ‘Downward Facing Dog’ and ‘Cobra’. Begin with ‘Downward Dog’, legs active, heals working to the ground, back straight and arms active. Your body will look like a V with your buttocks in the air. Then push through into ‘Cobra’ with an open heart, balanced on toes, legs active, pelvis lifted, back arched, arms active and head tilted back. Return to ‘Downward Dog’ and repeat moving fluidly between these two movements. Between each exercise it is very important to rest and breathe. This space in between allows you to be conscious of any changes in your body and gives the body a chance to integrate the exercise you’ve just completed. As we move into higher energy frequencies, it is necessary for us to strengthen all aspects of ourselves. If you practice The Five Tibetan Rites regularly, you will discover a natural strengthening and toning of your whole body, as well as an increased sense of wellbeing in body, mind and spirit. May you find great healing benefits from this powerful practice.

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These days, when people hear the words ‘Tumpek Landep’, we think of a ritual ceremony that involves blessing cars and motorbikes, pampering them with organic offerings that serve to protect us from potential accident or misfortune. Whilst we probably definitely need to pay more attention to the appeasing of the ‘demons of the road’, this is actually not the complete picture. Society’s lack of awareness about the meaning behind Tumpek Landep has been much criticized many educated Balinese. If we break down the words, ‘Tumpek’ means the particular day on the Balinese Çaka calendar that this ceremony falls on which is always a Saturday, and ‘Landep’ means a time to celebrate man’s sharp thinking that has led us to make use of metals that we use in our everyday lives. (Jero Mangku Sudiada, www. In the past, one of the most celebrated iron weapons was the Indonesian keris, a powerfully magical dagger that has captured the imagination of people for centuries. Balinese attribute our sharp wits to God who chose man as the only living creature on Earth who could make use of the fruits of the Earth to progress his species. For the Balinese, this sharp-wittedness is symbolized by the keris, hence it is blessed with holy water and special offerings every Tumpek Landep.

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Somehow (I’m not entirely clear on this bit), over time, everything made from iron, including the vehicles we drive were brought into the ritual. It actually makes sense that this can happen because it is indeed due to our brilliant minds that we can use metal to create vehicles and so forth; therefore could this mean that anything made from metal that is a human creation be theoretically be blessed on this day? I guess time will tell as ritual ceremonies, like much of Balinese culture is modified and adapted to suit time, place and situation. 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.

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Talking about HIV/AIDS It is Melasti, a time of ritual purification in the lead up to Nyepi, the Balinese New Year, and as we drive north through the hills we pass convoys of trucks heading south. Crammed on board are entire villages, gamelan orchestras and temple effigies being carted to the ocean for a symbolic cleansing of body and soul. Along the route I catch glimpses of Ogoh Ogohs, scary monsters with bulging eyes and crazy hair glaring out from community halls; on Nyepi eve they will be paraded and symbolically burned in a bid to cast out evil from the island. This is Bali at its rawest and most primeval, the balance between good and evil maintained by the practice of ancient rites and rituals. But modern problems call for more modern solutions; and no amount of prayer or sacrifice will lighten the shadow cast by AIDS on the unwary, unaware island. Ayo! Kita Bicara HIV/AIDS Prevention through education is the only answer and I attend an Ayo! Kita Bicara HIV/AIDS (Lets talk about HIV/AIDS) workshop in Tegallalang with I Made Gunarta (Kadek,) co founder of Bali Spirit festival. We chat as we drive slowly through the hills of Gianyar, he tells me “Right now people don’t want to talk about AIDS, they are still in denial,” and adds that, “The Balinese are very open minded, but tend to direct this inwards rather than outwards, it is a culture that has always encouraged listening, but not so much questioning.” The concepts of destiny and karma are also at play; AIDS is often seen as a shame that has to be borne by the family. “But things are slowly starting to change,” he says.

It is believed that the number of people in Bali who are infected with HIV/AIDS will reach over 7000 in 2011. However true numbers are hard to determine as the stigma associated with the disease causes many cases to go unreported and untreated. The Chairman of the Committee for Combating AIDS, Nyoman Mangku Karmaya, has claimed that “The threat of drowning in Bali is not only posed by tsunamis composed of sea water, but also by an increasingly growing tsunami of HIV/AIDS sufferers threatening to drown and overwhelm the island.” As a percentage of the population, figures are still low, but Indonesia has the fastest growing epidemic of HIV/AIDS in Asia, with an estimated 314,000 people infected, a figure set to double by 2014 if approaches to HIV prevention are not improved. An extensive sex industry; limited testing and treatment clinics; and a general lack of awareness about the disease are cited as the main factors. Many people are simply not aware that using condoms can prevent infection. The Ayo! Kita Bicara HIV/AIDS program was launched by the founders of Bali Spirit Festival to promote communication about the disease, specifically targeting Balinese women and youth. The program partners with a number of foundations and NGO’s already working within the community, such as Spirit Paramacitta Foundation, Kerti Praja Foundation, and dan KISARA Foundation.

The Workshops The “EduSpirit” workshops, feature a uniquely Balinese approach that combines education, entertainment and spirituality. The aim is to increase awareness and knowledge, but also to develop compassion toward people with AIDS. Teenagers are promoted as ‘Agents of C h a n g e , ’ encouraging a ripple on effect through the c o m m u n i t y, t o Workshop bring the issue out into the open. We arrive in Tegellalang where a group of kids from the local school quietly sit waiting. The workshop is run by Wiwie, (Marketing & Communication Executive Officer of Bali Spirit Festival) and a group of young volunteers, mostly from the KISARA foundation. Their enthusiasm is inspiring, and the kids who are initially shy and a little embarrassed soon relax and throw themselves into singing and teambuilding exercises. Wiwie tells me that they use a gentle approach to break down myths associated with HIV/AIDS. A visual presentation shows that it’s not just sex workers that are susceptible to the disease, but the whole community. Anyone, anywhere, anytime…….. The kids are then divided into small groups to make a presentation that encourages the promotion of empathy and understanding about how the disease affects individuals and their families. The workshop ends with a yoga session. After, I chat with some of the kids, most of them already knew a little about AIDS, but thought that it only affected prostitutes and drug users; they all express that it was good to learn more. Desa Seni Yogathon Currently 25 workshops are planned in various locations around the island, but it is hoped that enough funds can be gathered to conduct 100 workshops over the next year. An impressive $14,000 was raised on March 19 as Bali Spirit partner, Desa Seni, staged the island’s first Yogathon. The resort took on a festival like atmosphere as more than 200 people stretched, danced, drummed and chanted over 12 hours to raise money and awareness for the cause. In between classes people lazed under palm trees around the pool, enjoying the live music and the complimentary food provided by the resort. This year Desa Seni joined forces with Bali Spirit Festival as a gold sponsor and the yogathon proved an inspiring appetizer for things to come. Tom Talucci, co founder of Desa Seni was thrilled with the success of the event which far exceeded their target of $10,000, and commented, “When people come together in force its amazing what we can do.” Bali Spirit Festival Funds for ongoing workshops are also raised through donations, as well as a percentage of ticket sales from the festival itself. Bali Spirit is now well on its way to becoming the most famous holistic event in Asia, attracting world renowned yogis, performers and musicians. The annual event was born out of a vision to build and support community within the context of global music, yoga and dance. But according to festival founders, “The greatest accomplishment is the ongoing outreach and education programs funded and fueled by the festival,” with over US $34,000 being donated to local charities. Two years ago I met with festival co founder (and wife of Kadek,) Megan Pappenheim to talk about community outreach. She spoke of her concerns that there were parts of Bali that were being devastated by AIDS, but nobody knew about it because nobody was talking about it. It was her intention to find a condom company to sponsor the festival, and to channel funds into AIDS awareness. True to her word, Fiesta Condoms were signed up as a major sponsor, and have become a highly visible presence at the festival, with an information pavilion staffed by the lovely ‘Fiesta girls’ handing out free condoms and Fiesta fans to the crowds. Ayo! Kita Bicara HIV/ AIDS was officially launched in March with a free rock concert in Ubud attended by over 3000 people, the majority of whom were Balinese youth. Information brochures and condoms were handed out, and the crowd was treated to some great music from Indonesian artists KIS, Ray D’Sky and African legend Afro Moses (who headlined the festival last year.) Festival outreach staff were

approached by a number of teenagers to find out how their schools could become involved in the program. “ W e ’ r e surprised and delighted at t h e extraordinarily high turnout Fiesta girls for this community event,” said Megan, “Tonight, Balinese people showed they can have fun and care about a very important cause.” HIV/AIDS was first recorded in Bali in 2000, among intravenous drug users, with an estimated 40-60% of known addicts testing HIV positive. However, a survey conducted six years later showed that the rate of new infections had been substantially curved through methadone treatment and free needle-exchangeprograms. The recent surge in new infections is linked to the Island’s commercial sex workers, and the family members of their clients. It is estimated that in some parts of Bali up to 20% of sex workers are HIV positive, but despite active education campaigns, only 30% of clients use prophylactics. When you consider that approximately 8000 commercial sex workers are servicing around 90,000 clients, 60% of whom are married with children, the picture is worrying. Yayasan Kerti Praja I chat with Ayu, of Yayasan Kerti Praja, who have a booth at the festival, she tells me that they run the Amarta Clinic in Denpasar, offering free STD testing, as well as medical care and psychological support for AIDS patients. The foundation mostly works with women who have been effected by the disease, either by their husbands, or by their profession. Their mobile units visit bars and kafes offering free screening, as well as conducting focus groups with commercial sex workers, many of who are still not aware of the dangers posed by unprotected sex, (which I learn can be had for as cheaply as RP 20,000 in roadside brothels.) The part time sex workers - girls who operate independently out of clubs are harder to reach, as they tend deny being ‘professionals’, tending to seek longer term ‘boyfriend’ clients. She tells me that there is still a mistaken, but widely held belief that you don’t need to use a condom if you love someone; and that if someone appears ‘clean’ they are safe. Kerti Praja also run a project entitled Relife, the positive craft, which provides incomes for families effected by HIV/AIDS, due to husbands who have died or are too sick to work, and also former sex workers who are seeking an alternative form of income. Relife products are made from non recyclable plastic waste collected and cleaned by the women which is then turned into a range of bags, purses and wallets. Relife AIDS is a problem that is not simply going to disappear, but it is preventable, people just need to know how. So talk about it, especially with Indonesian friends who may not have access to this information. Anyone wishing to learn more, or to donate money, resources or time to Ayo! Kita Bicara HIV/AIDS can contact Wiwie at

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For Sale; Exposer GEA 180 cp lux for supermarket, very good condition, price 35 million. 081 2383 1671. Sanur. [168] For Sale; Getra stainless steel restaurant trolley w/ wheels, 45x80 2 Level. 600,000rp firm price. 081 755 9602. Sanur. [182]

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Letters To Bali Advertiser “Abode” with me With my sincere and full apology to Mr. Phil Wilson, (Fixed Abode) “Oiy! It’s too late!” The strangers face and voice were directed at Phil as he strolled round the local do it yourself store.

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For Sale; Bargain brand new Sauna heater 3 phase, 6.000 watts.Only Rp. 5.000.000 Mesin furniture; big wood band saw Oscar wood cutting saw, model MJ347, blade size 4690 mm. Price 14.000.000 Rp. Contact: HP 0813 3709 2385. Ubud. [157]

Too late for what Phil wondered. He had had breakfast and it’s nowhere near lunch time yet.

For Sale; Blackberry Onyx 1, good condition, black color with sylicon case and glass protector, box and accessories, OS6, Rp 2.6 juta. Nokia E71 red colour, good condition, with box and accessories Rp. 1.6 juta. Call 0819 3413 7304. Seminyak. [158]

“What article is that?” His computer sharp brain immediately began to sort the articles by category and was ready to defend himself from any criticism.

For Sale; Surfboard shaping Co. 6’6 x 19, 3/8 x 2, 5/8 with leash and FCS PC-5 fins only about a year old. Also have travel bag if interested. 3 juta. Contact Nathan 0857 3849 6986 or 081 5570 1968. [159]

“Sorry about that” Phil said apologetically. With a sinking heart he decided he should ask for more information.

For Sale; Used portable cot, still in good condition complete with mattress and bedding only 400k, white plastic Informa high chair only 200k. Call Niki 0819 3301 0747. Sanur. [160]

Curiosity got the better of him and with trepidation he asked, “ Too late for what?” “Your article” the man replied with a forlorn look. Having written a number of articles over the years he was forced to ask a further question.

“The one on the electricity supply and voltage ” the man almost cried in anguish. The article immediately leapt to Phil’s mind and he uttered a knowing “Ah, that one”. “Yes that one”. By now tears were beginning to appear on his cheeks.

“What happened to you?” Phil felt confident that, no voltage or reduced voltage, was unlikely to have electrocuted his family, so what could it be? Obvious he thought. Computer! “We had a sudden big drop in voltage whilst the computer was on and then a complete failure and I was not on the computer at the time.” “Ah,” sighed Phil knowingly. Thinking perhaps he should have suggested in his article that its not a good idea to leave your computer on for long periods of time unattended. The man continued, “When the power was restored my computer was dead. I could not open anything”.

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Phil’s sympathy was obvious and asked, “What did you do about it?”

For Sale; Stomper (vibrating plate) import Japan. As new condition, very good for foundation and floors or can be used on road base and black top (aspal). Robin engine. 8 million nego. Peter 746 4200. Kerobokan. [152]

“That’s tragic”, Phil said “but of course you had a back up disk?”

For Sale; Front loader washing machine Electrolux 900, 3 years old original cost 12 juta. Need service quote by agent to fix 700.000, sell for 500.000. Call Peter 746 4200. Kerobokan. [153]

Phil grunted in sympathy at such an unnecessary expense.

“I know nothing about the inner workings of computers so I took it to a man that does know.” Phil offered a packet of tissues to the man and asked him to continue. “The knowledgeable computer man duly informed me that the hard drive was totally knackered and all of the important stuff was lost”.

It was obvious from the almost terminal look on the mans face that no such disc existed. The man confirmed Phil’s fears. “No back up disk” the man said almost collapsing to his knees. “So I had to buy a new hard drive.”

“So how are things now?” Phil asked. “Well, I immediately went and bought a UPS as you advised and got the man to install a new hard drive.” “So all is well now?” Phil asked hopefully.

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“The computer and UPS are working fine,” the man said with almost a hint of a smile. “But I will never be able to replace all the lost important documents” and the smile faded again. The moral of this is that you should always keep back up discs, particularly for all the important stuff on your computer. With an unreliable electricity supply don’t leave your computer on for long periods unattended. Always use a good quality UPS for your computer. (Just using a stabilizer is not sufficient.) Baliguy 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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Moving Sale; 1 pcs teakwood cabinet 2 M long x 70 cm high x 60 cm width Rp. 2,5 mill, 2 pcs small teakwood bench single sofa Rp. 2,2 mill and 1 medium. Rp. 1,5 mill, 1 large teakwood bench sofa 2 M long x 1 M high x 80 cm width Rp. 3,5 mill photo availble for e-mail. Call 0852 5363 4563. [003] C/Ns/G-9 Sept. 09

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For Sale; Range Rover Vogue year 2000, green, low mileage, 20” tyres, excellent condition. Call (0361) 792 9999. [001]

‘76 Classic VW Safari for Sale/Trade. Pale baby blue convertible Safari, bestrestored model in Bali, AC, perfect for local use or Shipping Abroad. Or possible trade for fine condition convertible Japanese jeep plus cash. Viewing by appt at Canggu Club. Premium vehicle, s e r i o u s i n q u i r i e s o n l y. Matthew 0812 3633 2164 <rappingprofessor@gmail. com>. [011]

For Sale; Aprilia RS125 year 2002, silver red color, low mileage only 7000km. Call 0813 3819 9999. [019]

For Sale; Dodge Custom 200 Pick-up, new tyre, very excellent condition, all still original. (0361) 782 9999. [002] 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. [003] For Sale; Chevrolet Captiva 2.0l AWD. 2010. 4.000 km. Brand new, all accessories (GPS, DVD, Sound system). Rp 335 jt. 081 2381 6026. [004] Katana’86 (owner). Rp 37 million. Phone 088 1363 2485. [005] For Sale; Mazda 3 hatchback, 2008 Black. Excellent condition (as new). Low mileage. Rp 175 million O.N.O. No brokers. Tel: 081 139 3203. [006] To y o t a H a r d t o p 1 9 7 8 , good condition, Rp 120 million. Negotiable. Call 081 2389 5405. [007] Sale Car Camping Mazda E2000 <mpr2001@terra.>. [008] GranMax’07, metallic brown, Rp 72 mill, 0815 5889 4501. [009] Grand Cherokee 3.6 2011; BMW 520I E60’05; Mazda Roadster; Dodge Journey; Jeep Patriot; New Toyota Commuter 15 seats; Nissan Elgrand ‘08 + Chrysler 300C; Mini Cooper S; Vellfire Z; Wr a n g l e r R u b i c o n ; Visit Nadia Auto Graha, (sales, service & spareparts) Jl. Teuku Umar 70, Denpasar. Ph. (0361) 237 008. [010]

Watercraft 2000 Yamaha XL 1200 wave runner, go everywhere Shorelander trailer, rebuilt engine, extra clean, lots of accessories, AUD 8,000. <deepbarrels@hotmail. com>. [012] Sailing Catamaran 14m. Indonesian flag. 5 years old. Call (0361) 882 0596. E-mail: <cat4sale@>. [013] Selling Crowther Catamaran, 2 berth, 30 feet long, 2 x 40hp outboarder, well made sailing catamaran from Australia, anchored in Gili Trawangan, 40000 US$ 0821 4409 4572. [014] Sea Doo GTX jetski 2007. Powerful, rarely use, mint condition. Rp.125 mil. Please call or text 081 836 8366 David. [015] For Sale; 50% ownership speedboat. 10 mt, 2x115HP Yamaha Outboards, just overhauled, GPS, Ecosounder, Radio, Half Cabined, Teakwood floor, 13.000$, Phone 081 2380 1989. [016] Inflatable Boat Sale Rp 7 Juta < br>. [017] Boston Whaler Boat fiberglass hull 7.5 metres l o n g , 3 x 8 5 H P Ya m a h a outboards. Rp 140 million. Phone 281864 or 0859 3508 7222. [018]


Harley Davidson Electroglyde (2001). Excellent condition. Stunning bike. Black and chrome. Bags, CD Radio. Bali plates. Blue Book and STNK. Dream ride. Rp 278 juta ONO. Call 00601 2292 7287. Email <enquiry@ assetopportunities. com>. [020]

For Sale; Used power cable for Mac book Power PC G4 (6 years old). Cable brand new. Selling because I had my computer stolen. 550,000 IDR. Text 0812 3639 7668. Seminyak. [174] For Sale; Cherry tomato, eggplants, purple chilli, red chilli and limes plants. Mostly with fruits already. length about 30-60 cm. Great plants to complete or start your veggies garden : ) 085 7380 20048. Denpasar. [175]

Business with Speedboat For SALE Speedboat YAMAHA FIBERGLAS (2008 year) Long 9.80 Wide 2.60 Motors YAMAHA 2x200Hp, GPS/Fish finder Garmin, Radio and all equipment that you need already there... All complete & ready to use… Please e-mail: Contact: +62 81338305517 NC/Ns/P-29 June 11

For Sale; Yamaha U1 piano. Made in Japan. Good condition. Asking price 19.5 juta. If interested please contact Kristen at <>. Denpasar. [176] For Sale; Cooling room installed one year ago and never used. 3 mtrs high, length 3 mtrs, width 2 mtrs. Temperature range from 0 to minus 20. Import from USA. This is fully knockdown, you could make this any size you want. 47 juta nego. See running. Peter 746 4200. Kerobokan. [154] C/Ns/I-12 Jan 11

Suzuki GSX-R 750cc, red colour oven paint 2008, front head lamp 1997 model, in perfect condition. Can email or MMS picture <villasardi@>. Rp 55 million nego. [021] Sale Honda Vario 2007, originally white painted black & grey. Run 18.646km, everything still in good condition. Price Rp 7,5 mill. seriously interested call 0818 0532 2858. [022] Honda Tiger. Good condition. 17.000 kilometer. 2006 model. Rp 14.500.000. Phone 0813 5361 7811. [023]


The coolest car in Bali in a perfect condition! 4 Wheel Drive Toyota Landcruiser FJ Commander (year 1977). Good working aircon, 4 doors, new tires etc.

Price: 18.500 Euro. Call: +62 (0) 818 555 010 NC/Ns/P-29 June 11

Husqvarna TE250/2010, like new. Only 120kms. w/ STNK. Rp 85 million firm. <>. [024]

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Four Stars Hotel Group in is seeking for General Manager, min. exp. 4 yrs as GM in 4/5 stars hotel. Please send CV to: <job@clubbali. com>. [815]

Freelance private assistant, resourceful, fluent English, excellent computer ability, <bornin_1987@yahoo.>. [678]

Looking for Japanese Staff, speak English, Indonesia. Please send CV to <info@>. [817]

Male, 24, tourism background, looking for job as office boy in Tabanan, Canggu & Denpasar area. Please contact me at 0819 9922 5491 or 0857 3812 3458. [743]

Looking for Property & Site Manager, Male, 3040 yr/o pref. single, villa/ hotel background pref. housekeeping/maintenance, good English, strong leadership, can work with team, well-organized, attention to detail, good communication, to be located in Gili Trawangan. HR knowledge is advantage. Send letter & CV to <info@>. [819] Looking for Sales Assistant to help sell advertising space, email <>. [820] Looking for hardworking English speaking Sales Staff to work in a team environment. Please call 0813 3740 5233 or drop CV to Drifter Surfshop, Jalan Laksmana Oberoi. [821] Wanted: Urgently M a r k e t i n g , O ff i c e B o y, Accounting, Experienced, must speak English, honest. Send CV to <manuela@>. Contact Putri 737242. [822]

Allo! Malongo, the South East Asian distribution partner of Malongo, the leading French coffee roaster, is looking for motivated professionals for the development of its premium and innovative coffee solutions in Bali. Malongo was created in1934 and has been the first driving force of the Fair Trade and Organic production efforts in coffee. The French roaster selects the finest coffees worldwide and applies traditional roasting methods in order to uphold the essence and the taste of its blends. Today Malongo is being enjoyed in more than 80 countries. Join and help us develop the Malongo coffees in Bali as a

DEVELOPMENT MANAGER With job description : 1. Supervise, organize and develop the division in Bali, 2. Develop new customer based on all 3 segments (private, office, CHR), 3. Manage all aspects of SALES ACTIVITIES from planning to execution, 4. Participates in events & exhibitions, 5. Report to Local & Regional management, 6. Coordinate actions with other countries in the region.

A local Handyman looking for freelance job. 0878 6104 8889. [751] Wood Working / Carpentery: All furniture, Windows, doors / Gates, Pool deck, Flooring, Railing, etc. Upholstery, Finishing wood & Houses. <woodworking.bali@yahoo.> / Phone 0819 9985 7305. [030]

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Photographer for food, fashion, interiors, travel, wedding. Call or SMS 0819 3600 2523 Natalia. [668]

Female, single, 33 yo, bachelor degree in Economic Management, speak English, experiences in Human Resources Management, A s s i s t a n t f o r D i r e c t o r, Personal Assistant and Secretary. Contact number : (0361) 213 2810. [805]

Nanny. English speaking. 0813 5306 0358. [714]

Nanny freelance, English speaking. Phone 0813 5306 0358. [806] Nanny freelance, speak good English & good driver. 0812 3618 3606, <polongao@>. [807]

Freelance: Baby Sitter and Cleaning Service. Contact 0852 3710 1402. [818] 32 years old male looking for job as restaurant or villa manager. Strong in F&B background, 5 star hotel, restaurant and cruise ship experiences. Please e-mail: <ngurahmeriah@yahoo. com> or contact 0821 2311 6553. [051]

Are you Indonesian (WNI)? Excellent written & spoken English? Already a diver? Or want to be? Looking for a career in the dive industry? Looking for a full-time

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English/German/Spanish/ French private teacher for single persons or groups. Also speak Indonesian. Contact 0821 1441 1421. <bananapali77@hotmail. com>. [754] General Manager, German, 39 years of age, 20+ years international hospitality experience, Cornell education! Since 3+ years GM at US/Asian 5* Resort & Spa on Pacific island for major hotel chain! Married to Balinese, 2 young children! Looking for an exceptional, challenging and gratifying opportunity to fully utilize all skills and experiences gained throughout the years. Please contact at <npbali04@hotmail. com>. [779] 9 years experience Chef looking for job. Able to work in another country. Martin +62 85 6382 4788. [780] Certified child psychologist, freelance psych. & intelligence assessment for native Indonesian children 6-16 y.o. Call 0857 3752 8699 or <r_nurannissa@>. [789] Looking for job as driver, courier or similar position. 29yo, honest and diligent. Please call 0819 9988 8382. [679]

Requirements : 1. Age 25-30 years old 2. Minimum 3 years sales and/or marketing experience 3. Experience in sales for Hotels/bars/Restaurants 4. Graduate of Hospitality, Marketing, Communication, or any related major 5. Highly organized, meticulous person with strong analytical skills 6. Managerial skills; self-motivated; performance-oriented and with a positive outlook. 7. French native speaker is a must

Australian Resident Indian Civil engineer Urgent placement Bali. +9189 0780 4971, <waterman909@>. [802]

Professional Design & Build Contractor seeking new projects. Architecture, Structure, InteriorFurniture, ME, Landscape. Very experienced. <balicontractor@hotmail. com>. [796] Project Architect (Certified Green-Mark Manager) seeking projects. Villas, residences, resorts, commercial, Interior. Negotiable fee. <baliarch@>. [798]

EMPLOYMENT SECTION ADVERTISING INFORMATION 1. Place your ad at for the quickest service. 2. You may also email, fax or post your ad into our office and we will email, fax or telephone you with the price. You may also visit our office to place your ad. 3. Ads looking for work are charged at Rp. 5.000 per word. 4. Ads looking for employees are charged at Rp. 11.000 per word. 5. Ads for business services are charged at Rp. 11.000 per word. 6. All ads must be paid before printing. All payments must be made at our office or by money transfer to our bank.

HIGH COMMISSION Motivated Sales staff required for new and environment friendly product for hospitality industry in Bali. Sales areas: Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, Sanur, Ubud. Immediate start. We are seeking for a mature person 25+ who has at least 3 years of proven sales experience. Must speak/write English. Preference marketing educated. Computer skills, incl. MS office, Excell, e-mail essences. Send CV with photo to C/Es/29 June 11

A fast growing travel agency, is looking for an expat

Product Manager With qualification as follows: • Young and Dynamic • Native English Speaker with second language skill is a plus • Know about Indonesia very well • Has experience in Travel Agency • Can work with a Team and has a good communication skill with the related suppliers If you are a young, dynamic person and have a passion in Tourism, please send your CV to : NC/Es/29 June 11

Bali Advertiser Urgent! A Garment Production Coordinator Must have experience in Garment production, organise production team, control production from receiving to shipping orders, understanding high end quality, pattern, strong organisation skills, eye for detail & color, computer skill, very good oral & written English skill/ able to communicate with customers/suppliers, can work in a team, can solve problem, and capable of improving the above skills. Please send your CV & salary to NC/Es/29 June 11

Mixmedia - A Growing Media Company is currently expanding and looking for qualified candidates to fill the following position: • Accounting: Honest, able to operate Pitch 3 (S1/D3) (salary+ownership/shares) • Merchandiser: good English (written and speaking) (S1/D3) (salary+ownership/share) • Client Service: honest, able to operate Microsoft Word and Excel Sheet (S1/D3) (salary) Please send your CV to: or C/Es/29 June 11

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Female Fluent in written and spoken English and Indonesian Computer Skills (Internet/MS Office) Min. 2 years experience in similar position in travel / tourism industry • Willing to work flexible hour / days Please send application with CV to PT Samudera Ekspedisi Aman (Gilicat) Jl. Danau Tamblingan No. 51B, Sanur Email: C/Es/29 June 11

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BUSINESS SERVICES Web & Graphic Design. I can help you to develop website with personal price, including hosting or domain name, printing project and photography. Call 781 7447 or 081 2389 5551 for further discuss or portfolio please visit the website: <www.>. [553] Xenia for rent with the driver, daily or weekly. Competitive price for your holiday or business. Please contact Agung 0819 3620 2170. [184] Do you need software programs for your company? Contact 0818 0304 3001 to make your company run well with computerized systems. Good price with great service. [523] Private Guitar Course (Acceleration method) 0857 9226 5105. [790] Faves, speacialist in; fine silver crochet jewelry, soft toys, hotel give-away amenities. Please call/SMS 0878 6116 3056. [524] Professional Language Courses for Bahasa, English, French & German. Contact <www.Indonesian-course. com>, <learn.indonesian@>. Phone: 089 7010 3285. [777] 91% visitor only click first page of Google, make your website at first page! 081 138 0151. [778] Freelance Massage 0813 3770 1042. [781] Freelance Massage 0821 4724 0468. [782]


Villa Management & Marketing Service, 088 1368 5048. Email <book@ balivillasreservation. net>. [784] For Bahasa course + Interpreter service. Call Moko 0812 3651 4990. [488] Certified European Project Manager with own MEP/ Architect/Supervisor staff, very experienced, excellent reference list in Bali and abroad, looking for new projects. Phone: +62 81 2380 9310. Mail: <pm@>. [077] Jawara Photography. Expert in product photography. Please contact 0858 6084 7627. [803] We ready to make 3D image from your Architectural and Interior drawing (Base on CAD). Irawan 0821 4591 9397 < com>. [804] Freelance masseuse 0857 3832 6496. [808]

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Stenden University Bali is looking for lecturers in; - Events Management - Hotel Management - English

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Semara Resort & Spa, a Luxury Boutique Resort in Seminyak is inviting qualified and experience candidate to fill the position of :

DIRECTOR OF SALES & MARKETING Job Profile : • Indonesian Female under 40 years of age and extremely well presented and confidant. • 100% results oriented and understanding of domestic & overseas markets and experienced in innovative sales strategies. • Work well under pressure, able to meet targets and deadlines. • Great leadership. • Strong in sales negotiation and communication skills. • Experience in similar field at 4 or 5 start resort or hotel with at least 3 years in Senior Management Role. • Capable of working with a team. • Excellent in English and other language as an advantage. • Residence in Bali and able to join as soon as possible. If you are confident that you fit our qualification, please send your updated resume with recent photograph to Human Resources Department. Email : C/Es/29 June 11

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Not just souvenirs: On Sunset Road are souvenir stores (toko pusat oleh-oleh Bali) with big tour buses parked out front. Popular with bargain hunting domestic and international tourists, these huge outlets sell all manner of goods at rock bottom prices. Prices are fixed so you don’t need to bargain as you do at other tourist markets. They carry not only sarongs, t-shirts (starting at Rp15,000), clothes, sandals and shoes in large bule sizes, but also sell a wide variety of useful house wares and attractive home furnishings for the permanent resident: flyswatters, wastebaskets, bedcovers, straw handbags (Rp60,000), sunglasses (Rp75,000Rp125,000), beautiful wooden earrings (only Rp5000), coconut and seashell jewelry (Rp10,000-Rp12,000), belts (Rp35,000Rp45,000), silk scarves, beach ware (Rp15,000-Rp85,000), packaged coffee and snacks, as well as paintings and sculpture to decorate your home. At Sukawati prices may be a bit cheaper, but you really have to work for it. Try Nusantara, Bali Agung and Krishna Oleh Oleh Khas Bali are all near the big intersection of Sunset Road and Jl. Imam Bonjol.

Bagus all deliver organic foods, both menu items and processed foods. This also goes for farmers. For example, Bali Rungu Organic Farm (email:, tel. 0813-38721705) and Ariesta Bali (www.baturitivastufarm, tel. 0361-411-201) grow a large variety of organically grown vegetables and fruits. Both are based in Baturiti and both will deliver to households (minimum 10 kg or Rp100,000). Beyond Ubud, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua and Denpasar extra charge. Household tips: Kerosene kills wasps almost instantly if you spray it on their nests. In eHow, How to Kill a Gecko, there are instructions on how to kill this lizard. If you have a Ketapang shade tree, it is often infested with poisonous hairy caterpillars. To get rid of them cultivate red ants (semangah) in the tree. Ketapang trees near salt air aren’t hospitable to ulat bulu. Thrift shops of Ubud: Smile Shop, Jl. Sri Wedari. From Ubud’s main street, take the street (Jl. Sriwedari) right in front of Café Moka, go up past Seniwati Gallery and it’s about 500 meters up on the left. This thrift shop supports operations for facial surgery in kids who cannot afford proper medical treatment. Plentiful selection of “pre-loved” items in good condition and substantial used book collection. Three DVDs sell for Rp10,000 and books for as little as Rp5000 each. You can sometimes find amazing items in the Rp2000 and Rp5000 baskets. Open Tues.-Sat. 10 am to 4 pm, Sun. 12 pm – 4 pm. Hp 0813-384-674-98. The profit from the Charity Shop, located on Jl. Raya Pengosekan near the entrance to ARMA, is split between the animal clinic run by BARC and a local orphanage. Very well-selected second-hand clothes, bags, jewelry, belts, books, sport equipment, toys, etc. Open 9 am-5 pm, tel. 0361-275-7664, website: balidogs.

Pusat Oleh-Oleh Khas Bali, Sunset Road Living green for kids: Use both sides of your paper, take your own bags to the store, walk or bike instead of drive to school, turn off your lights, computer and air conditioner when not in use, fill the bathtub up only halfway, turn off the faucet when brushing your teeth, make your own birthday cards, use old kitchen utensils and containers for water and sand toys, ask your parents to buy rechargeable batteries. Free anti-virus applications: For a basic level of security against a whole host of increasingly widespread and advanced malware attacks, Mac users can download iAntiVirus Free Edition and Windows users can download Avast Free Antivirus. Both are free. Save money on phone calls: If you want to talk for a long time, email or sms the person first and ask if they have a land line (telpon rumah). If you have a land line also, it’s the cheapest way to call. If they don’t have a land line, ask what mobile SIM card service they use to see if it’s the same as yours. If it’s the same, it’s very inexpensive. Even if you call inter lokal or SLJJ (out of Bali) it’s still always cheaper to use your SIM card service when calling someone else with the same service. Even cheaper is to register in a company’s (Indosat, XL, Simpati, Flexi) program. For example, if you register for Flexi Irit for only Rp5000 per week you are able to call other flexi numbers free. Make your own mayonnaise: Instead of buying a jar of imported mayonnaise for Rp30,000 and up. To make your own mayonnaise, beat an egg yolk in a bowl. Wrap a damp dishtowel around the base of the bowl so that it will not move around on your work surface as you whisk. Teaspoon by teaspoon, whisk in 1/4 cup of canola or grape seed oil until it thickens. When the mixture looks emulsified and stable, add another 1/4 cup of oil in a very slow stream. Season to taste with salt, mustard and a drop of lemon juice. This will cost you about Rp10,000 for the same quantity – without the preservatives. Pisang susu: This incomparable, divinely sweet banana variety costs a steep Rp5000 for four in the markets. Ask for some panak biu susu (saplings) from your nearby kampung and plant your own. Banana trees bear fruit in six months continually thereafter from tubers. Incidentally, hold off buying fruit during religious holidays in Bali like Purnama, Odalan, Kuningan, etc. when the price of fruit used in offerings doubles. Normally, apples cost Rp12,000 per kilo but during Odalan they spike to Rp28,000 per kilo; the price for a bunch of 10 bananas normally costs Rp5000 but during Kuningan the price rises to Rp2000 for two! Order food to go: Save gas and time by ordering food out. A surprising number of restaurants on Bali take orders to go and deliver right to your house. Sari Organic, Bali Buddha, Kafe, Pizza

Dewa Sita in Ubud, donate at least 10 DVD’s to the collection. Choose DVD’s that aren’t defective and are interesting to watch. After that, bring in DVD’s to exchange for others from the collection. Show the staff the ones you donate and the ones you take. This is a community service free of charge to members and entirely up to members to make this a good thing. Not acceptable are films recorded in Juice Ja DVD Exchange theatres or films that stop halfway through or films in Mongolian or without subtitles. Note: In any DVD shop, always ask for a quantity discount; if you buy ten DVDs, you should get three free. Transport: Street numbering system used in Bali’s roads are chaotic and nonsensical with the numbering often out of order and both evens and odds on the same side or road. When asking for directions you get the best results if you ask other drivers or motorcyclists, or by inquiring in a similar shop or business who are more likely to be aware of a competitor. Because they are less likely to drive, ask only women in uniform or women who are driving. Indonesians have a charming but unnerving habit of giving you the answer that they feel you most want to hear, so don’t ask a leading question such as Apakah jalan ini ke Canggu? (Is this the way to Canggu?) but rather Jalan ini ke mana? (Where does this road lead?). This also applies to phone inquiries. Also you usually get a better idea of distance if you ask how long it will take to get a destination rather than ask how far it is. Don’t throw it away: Don’t throw that old sofa or chair away. Reupholster it! Ask where the tukang jok is in your vicinity. To reupholster a sofa it costs Rp600,000 to Rp800,000 depending on the fabric; three piece sets (one big and one small sofa plus a chair) costs around Rp1,300,000 to Rp1,500,000, also depending on the fabric. To reupholster a standard size sofa in leather can cost up to Rp6 million to Rp8 million. Don’t use imitation leather which degrades too quickly; use a high quality fabric instead.

Smile Shop, Ubud Patronize your local shops: If you do all your buying at a toko matreal or electrical shop near your home, ask the owner to give you good prices or at least a token discount. The fact that you are a repeat customer should give you bargaining power. For example, if you buy Philips 5 Watt CFN light bulbs it will normally cost you Rp22,000 apiece but if buy one dozen light bulbs it might save you Rp20,000 or Rp30,000. Worth a try. These same local shops might even extend you credit for a month if you have lived in the neighborhood for a while.

Pasar Endek: Turn down the street right beside the famous Gerta Gosa courthouse in Klungkung, travel only 250 meters, then turn left into Pasar Klungkung where there’s a fabulous collection of endek and Balinese traditional clothing inside the main building. Prices (harga bisnis) per meter: selendang Rp250,000, kain kamben alus Rp75,000-Rp100,000, or endek cloth cut from rolls starting at Rp35,000 per meter. Huge selection in shop after shop all around the main hall. In the back of the market is a shop selling high-grade farming tools at great prices.

Hospitals vs. private medical services: It’s almost always cheaper to use public hospitals (RSU) than private clinics. Sanglah Public Hospital, tel. 0361-227-911; Tabanan Public Hospital, tel. 0361-811-027; Singaraja Public Hospital tel. 0362-22046; RSUD Sanjiwani Gianyar, tel. 0361-943-524. A friend recently had to spend Rp60 million on a broken little toe when the same procedure would certainly have cost him a fraction of that amount had he used a rumah sakit umum (which also accepts ASKES government insurance). The quality of care is often just as good because the majority of the doctors who work in private clinics have their day jobs in public hospitals. Also, MDs (dokter praktek) who work in pharmacies (apotik), charging local consultation fees, are available between 5 pm and 8 pm. Free stuff to do on Bali: All of the following venues are either free or cost very little to enter: 1) Chilly but fun swimming in Tirtagangga’s Royal Bathing Pools (, tel. 081558001934) in Karangasem, open 8 am-6pm; only Rp20,000 entrance. 2) In Desa Seni Resort, Jl. Subak Sari 13, Pantai Brawa in Canggu on Sunday afternoons at 2 pm, a Balinese dance class is given to children free of charge (www.desaseni. com, tel. 0361-844-6392). 3) See dance lessons gratis 4 pm-5 pm every Thursday and Sunday in the garden of the Bali Hyatt, Sanur. Bali’s first and only DVD exchange: At Juice Ja Café on Jl.

Endek at Klungkung Market

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BALI-HIMALAYA YOGA & AYURVEDA CENTER JL-HANOMAN No 39 UBUD -BALI Bali- India Foundation will conduct the annual Yoga and Ayurveda Teacher’s Training Course in Ubud, from July 15th until August 15th. This is the 3rd time Bali-India Foundation is holding the TTC in Bali. Time & Place Yoga & Ayurveda courses will be conducted from 15th July – 15th August 2011 at the premises of of ‘Bali-Himalaya Yoga & Ayurveda Center’ (supported by Bali-India Foundation) at JL.HANOMAN No 39 – UBUDBALI ( entrance by Jati homestay).

The Smile Foundation needs donations of various pre loved items to sell in our Smile Shop, Ubud

Program Yoga with Guruji -Daily routine as follows by the TTC students: 7 am 7.30-8.30am 8.30- 9.30am 9.30 – 12pm 12-13pm 13-14pm 14-15pm

Guruvandana & Samagree Therapy Yoga Practice Breakfast Learning of Yoga Sutras Discussion on various aspects of Yoga Lunch Gheranda Samhita (Text Book)

Program Ayurveda with Guruji and Prem -Daily routine as follows by the TTC students: 1pm-5pm Ayurveda Medicine course (30 minutes lunch-break)

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Price of Yoga course: Rp 10mill ( 1 month course) including vegetarian food (Breakfast and Lunch) Price of Ayurveda Medicine course : Rp 10 mill ( 1 month course) vegetarian food (Lunch) Booking & Information contact: Carolina: 081 236 723 182 Ana: 081 236 339 708

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Christian Charismatic Worship Service in Kuta English language, interdenominational, Sunday 10:30 am at Kasih Karunia, Jl. Raya Kuta, 382 (between Bank Bukopin and Bank Dewangga Bali Artha; 500 m from Super Nova Dept. Store). You may bring your picnic lunch and enjoy fellowship after the service. Sponsored by Assemblies of God. Call Fien at 755 291 or Chris at 081 7340 117. All welcome. Christian Worship Service - Nusa Dua Morning Star International Church (MSIC), Bali Hilton International Hotel Nusa Dua at Samudra room. Every Sunday morning at 09:00am - 10.00am. Bi-lingual (2 languages : Indonesian & English). Contact Mr. Bambang Suryono, Telp. 776 212 Hp. 0812 398 0522 or email: <>. Club Magic Bali Friends of Eco Center Bali and from the Bali Flying Club meet every third Wednesday of the month at 6pm at 6Point Cafe, Jl. Danau Buyan 74, Sanur (behind McDonald). If you have time and ideas to support Bali come to our next meetings. Contact Han 08523 981 6967 or Wil 08133 839 9093. Creativity and Innovation Network Have you ever wondered what Apple did to come up with a global product loved by millions? How would you like to be in the next person to develop the product of the future? Perhaps just to know where the business trends are heading and how to position your business in all of this. If so, then the Creativity and Innovation Network is for you. We keep focused on what major trends are shaping the world and your business and share the knowledge, tools and connections to help you position your company in this future. We also run workshops with the precise tool and techniques to unleash creativity and innovation within you. To find out more or to join now call 0819 3307 6686. Cricket Bali International Cricket Club plays social cricket every Sunday at Sidakarya field at 11 am. Visitors very welcome. Lunch / drinks available. Call 0813 3710 2735 or 701 098. Crisis Care Centre The Crisis Care Foundation-Lovina-Bali situated in the

village of Dusun Lebah-Kaliasem-Lovina- provides FREE medical/social care to the poorest of the poor. Your help is urgently required. Make a difference and improve the quality of life for so many by contributing your time or clothing, non perishable foods or medicine and of course funding if you can. We have many programs of aid which you may like to get involved with. For more information see our website at <> Contact us by e-mail at <> or 081 2377 4649 and speak to Gloria or our team of dedicated staff. Letters etc. can be sent to: Crisis Care, Nyungsangyang, Kaliasem, Lovina Bali. Denpasar Healing Rooms Healing Rooms Ministry is now established in Bali, the first in Indonesia. The team will pray for you and Jesus Christ will heal you. No charge at all. Your record is our top secret priority. The prayer clinic open every Friday each week from 7pm to 9pm. Jl. Palapa 14 (old) 15 (new) Sidakarya, Sesetan, Denpasar. Legian Church, Jl. Patimura Legian. Call Merriyes at 0361 - 856 3884. < au>. Dhamma Duta Dhamma Duta is an NGO that organizes training in villages so that the unskilled people living there can support themselves. Training in wood carving, painting, silversmithing and cooking, etc. For further information or to help support our program, please call Robby Lichtenberg. 0368 - 21884, Hp. 081-647-00856. Email: <>. Dharma Nature Time & Yayasan Dharma Samuan Tiga Dharma Nature Time is an international foundation and co-operative of foundations supporting interculture in cultural environments through sharing in the arts, religiosity and nature. In Bali we collaborate with Yayasan Dharma Samuan Tiga in support of rejuvenation of traditional arts. In Tejakula, North Bali we work together with a community of local and international artists and educators in support of workshops and programs at Wantilan Teja Samudragiri. Sharing programs are open to all levels of societybringing together both informal and formal educational approaches. The foundation also supports documentation, workshop scholarships and facilities. For information or to join please contact: Dharma Nature Time, c/o Wantilan Teja Samudragiri, PO Box 213, Singaraja, Bali 81100 Indonesia. Tel/fax : (+62) 362 28 558

oremail:<>, Double Your Sales Network Want to double or even triple your sales in 4-6 months? Want to get the competitive advantage? How about having 10-20 people giving you business referrals? Then the Double Your Sales Network is for you. We meet on a weekly basis to solve business referrals and to learn some of the most succesful sales strategies modelled from world-class sales and business people. The results are guaranteed. To find out more or to join now call 0819 3307 6686. East Bali Poverty Project A non - profit organisation helping malnourished and illiterate children and their families towards a better future. For more information please call David or Tri at 0361- 410071 / 419741 or email: <>. Eastern Orthodox Church Service - Oberoi Gathering of Serbian, Greek, Romanian, Indonesian and other nationalities for Eastern Orthodox Church Service. Newly formed community meets the first Sunday of each month at 10 am. For Divine Liturgy at Mykonos Restaurant on Jl. Laksmana No. 52 (Jalan Oberoi). Call Anastasia at 0813 3874 3782 for more information and to get on the community’s email list. Falun Dafa (Falun Gong) Exercises Please come and join us for free: Exercise and meditation Falun Dafa, a powerful ancient practice to improve body, mind, spirit, and development of xinxing (heart-mind nature). Every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday at 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 pm, on Sunday at 5:30 a.m.-7:00 a.m. at East Terrace Niti Mandala Renon Field. For more information call Mr. Keyar, Hp. 0812 360 7149, Mr. Agung Eka, ph. 0361-228974, Mrs. Etty Andy, ph. 0361-722629. Other places for exercise are Puputan Badung Field Denpasar, Garuda Wisnu Kencana, Jimbaran. Falun Dafa FREE Practice & Meditation Held regularly every Sunday at 4pm to 6pm on Hard Rock Hotel beach - Kuta. Come and start enjoying the marvellous benefits of this righteous cultivation practised by more than Rp. 100 million people worldwide. Jaya Waterman, Nusa Dua-Bali <jaya_> or 081 819 5318.

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


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

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

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

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

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


0816 572 888 | 0361 703 361

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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]

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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

Novotel service apartment Nusa Dua Bali for rent. This is a non smoking unit. Direct to owner. Number of room: 2, with balcony, 150m2. 2.000 USD/month. 20.000 USD/year. Exc. Utilities. No agent. E-mail: <>. [2708] House for rent, 2 bedroom, a/c, hot water, Wi-Fi, front and rear garden, fully furnished, sea views, 3 mins Geger Beach, avail Jun 20 short or long term, price negotiable. 0813 3903 7469. [2896] For Sale: New Luxury home, 2 story, 3 bedroom, 3 bath, swimming pool, 2 car garage, built w/ green technology, low cost monthly utilities, minutes from golf, shopping, beaches. 3.5 are 252 sq. meter build freehold. No agents, check <> Id: 20970 or 081 756 7630. [2928]

LUXURY FREEHOLD HOUSE FOR SALE IN SANUR High quality property, on private estate, ideally located close to Bypass and minutes from Sanur, private pool, 4 bedrooms, living and dining area, patio garden, private garage, and separate maid’s quarters. Surrounded by beautiful tropical plants, an exclusive estate with 24 hours security public pool and children playing area. Contact Wayan: 081 2360 2991 / 793 9639 Price 2,2 billion rupiah NC/RE/M-29 Jun .11


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The Segara: Beach front condhotel in Tanjung Benoa. 3 years guarantee 10% ROI, already completed and running for 2 years, 50% finance available. Buy now USD 495,000. Please contact 0816 572 888 / 0361 703 361, <info@>, <>. [2932]

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Nice house for rent in calm and secure area. 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom. Sharing pool, tennis court at Taman Mumbul. Global village complex no. C 12 A. 85 million/year. Contact Eddy 081 138 0358 by SMS or <eddy_kusno@yahoo. com>. [2939] C/Re/I-26 Jan 11

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Contact us with your requirements +62 361 730225 / +62 812 180 75695 Our Signature Property: delMango Villa Estate Luxury Investment Villas Full & Fractional Ownership C/Re/G-29 June 11

Villa for rent, building 125 m / land 2.55 are / Antique French look, fully furnished, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom, living, dining, kitchen full equip, garden, swimming pool, 2 min from Berawa Beach, 5 min to Canggu club, 150 mill/year. Call Fira 081-895 7082 (direct owner). [2912]

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]

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]

Brawa freehold villa for Sale. 3 bedrooms, 3 en-suites, private pool. All permits. Land 3 are. Great rental business. 2 years old. Full Western kitchen, lock up garage. Beautiful views. 1km from Brawa Beach and Canggu Club. E-mail <> for details. Great deal for quick sale. [2883]

Villa in Canggu, near beach, 3 are, 2 bed, 3 bath, living, kitchen, pool, ricefield view, new villa. Contact Made 081 2363 0309. [2921]

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, sloping 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).

Pls. call: 085 237550256

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Villa for rent, weekly or monthly, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, private pool, garden, living room & kitchen. Located only 900m from Perenenan Beach. Contact: <villa.marlin@> or 0813 3833 0785. [2923] Villa with magnificent ricefield-view and remarkable minimalist design, for sale. Price: Rp. 3,2 Billion. For details, contact the owner 081 6472 7567, e-mail: <> or see/get the brochure in <www.>. [2934] Berawa Beach villa for rent. (or sale). One big bedroom. 50 meters to Berawa Surf. Air conditioned. Hot water. Plunge pool. Furnished. $185 week. Photos: <www.berawavilla. com>. 0818 0576 6160. [2935] Land for sale Tumbak Bayuh Pererenan. 18 are, freehold, ricepaddy view, price Rp. 100 million / are. Please contact 0361 895 3015 / 081 2366 6541 or e-mail: <anggaw83@>. [2277] Villa for rent/sale Jl. P. Berawa, very close to Canggu Club. 2 bedroom, 3 bath, open kitchen/bar, big pool, ricefield/ ocean view, 4.1 are freehold, 140 million year, avail. Aug. 12. Contact: Nik 0812 3671 5313. [2952]


Land: 640m2, building approx 400m2 7 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, swimming pool, pond, each room complete with bed and furnished, AC, water heater, 1 laundry machine, 3 units water filter, 1 phone line, kitchen set.

Price: For sale 4.5 billion (nego) For lease: Rp. 150.000.000/year Contact: Puja 08123811841 NC/Re/I-29 June 11


Freehold 67 are, probably the most beautiful land in Canggu Pererenan. Quiet and surrounded by ricefields + rivers, even a small island is included in the sale. A must see to believe its beauty. Call 081 2362 9117. [2901] For sale 26 are. 800 m from Canggu Beach riverside view. Freehold land. Strategic location for villa or other property investment. No agent please! Please call Ina 088 8492 2887. [2957]

Leashold house 250m2, 500 m Canggu Beach, swimming pool, terrace, open living room, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, all fully furnished and equipped, AC, flat screen TV, Internet ADSL Wi-Fi, large parking area, car park garage. 0819 3300 3841. [2889] Canggu Villa 2 large bedroom, pool, short long term rent. Web <> or Ari 0819 3838 3207. Avail July onwards. [2891] Large 2 storey, 4 bedroom Family House, close to Canggu Club and schools. The high ceilings and open plan design over look the 6m pool and tropical garden. Minimum 5 year rent 0821 4531 1631. [2894] Villa for rent Canggu area, 500 meter to Echo Beach, daily, weekly, monthly. Good price, clean area, complete inside. Have pool and villa for sale. 3 are have pool inside. Please call 0878 6217 2555 Kiki. [2900] For rent luxury beachside villa. 3 bedrooms, swimming pool, private gym, etc. Price Euro 3,500/month, min 6 months. 10 mins after Tanah Lot. Please call 081 855 5010. [2700] Beautiful 5bed-6bath Villa for rent in Canggu. Garden 8ara, pool, full-kitchen, HS-internet, views of sunset/ mountains/beach, 5min to Canggu School, perfect for family. Also available bright and beautiful loft-like 2-3bed3bath villa w/ 13mt pool large garden, huge living area, new kitchen, walking distance to Deus/beach, 5min to Canggu School. Both available long term rental. 0813 3840 0226, <>, <>. [2909] Villa for rent. Rice field view. 3 bedroom 3 bathroom, living, dining, kitchen full equip, garden, housemaid area, etc. Building 315 m2 / land 7.35 are. Fully furnished, big swimming pool, Canggu, Pererenan. 240 mill/year. Call Fira 081-895 7082. [2911]


This fantastic new resort will consist of 18 Apartments and 16 Pool Villas. All come fully furnished to the highest of standards.

Located only minutes from Dreamland and Padang-Padang beaches. A mere 20 minutes from the airport.

• Onsite management • 24-hour room service • 24-hour security • Airport Transfers • Reception / Lobby • Secure off street parking • Communal family pool • Restaurant / Bar • Spa / beauty Salon • Gymnasium • Communal 25 meter lap pool • Wireless Broadband Internet for the whole resort Price Starting at an incredible US $125,000

MASSIVE DISCOUNT FOR FIRST FEW INVESTORS For More Information: (0361) 7822202 + 62 816 574867 +62 82145544111 C/Re/I-01 June 11


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email: ph. +62 (361) 8475747/8 | 081805536233

IDR 4.5 billion NO AGENTS Call 0361 7855573 Address I Address II Address III

: Jl. Werkudara Gang Bintang No. 4 Legian : Jl. Raya Legian II Gang XXVII No. 473, Legian Kaja - Kuta. : Jl. Raya Seminyak, Gang Goa No. 2 Seminyak. Ph: +62 (361) 847 5747

• Two-storey wooden house • 4 bedrooms • 3 bathrooms • Maid quarters • Pool • Tropical garden • Furnished • Garage 2 cars • 4.5 acres.

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House for rent. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, AC, 2 storey,

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]

Room for rent at Jimbaran, Jalan Bukit Hijau no. 6. Comfort,

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

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]

0857 9236 1231. [2375]

fully furnished room. Kitchen, bath, garden, parking with free electricity and maid. Rp. 2,5 million monthly or Rp. 200k daily. Call 081 2395 8971. [1871]

Very nice and clean house for rent in Jimbaran: 3 bedroom, quite location. Price: 10 mln/6 months. As soon as possible, please! Telephone: 0819 3622 2502. [2887]

Land for sale 14,1 are. Views of all Bali. Location: Hill above Puri Gading. Price Rp. 2,82 Billion. Contact person:

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

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]

Yannie 0361 780 0232. [2903]

2 storey good house furnished at Dreamland new Kuta Beach resort, south Kuta, Uluwatu, 3 bedroom x 3

4288. [2600] For sale/lease. 3 bedroom 2 bathroom fully furnished villa with salt water pool and tropical garden, overlooking ricefields, land size 4.2 are. Located in Suwung, just 10 minutes to Kuta and airport. 90 mill/year AUD$260,000. 0813 3766 3391 / 0819 3627 9810. <hana.brown1@gmail. com>. [2882] For rent, 2 units shop 3rd floor east Gatsu No. 486 / 7 & 8 in front of the housing Teras Ayung. Call: 0813 8954 5661 / 0878 6128 4000. [2941] House for rent at Glogor Carik street, Denpasar. Very strategic. 10 minutes to Seminyak. 15 minutes to Kuta. 20 minutes to airport. 20 minutes to Sanur. 3 minutes from Carrefour Sunset Road. 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, garage, garden, 2 air con, 2 water heater, full furnitures, electricity 4,400 watts. Rp. 40 million per year. Pls call 0361 7422 378 or 0852 3915 9218. E-mail: <>. [2922]

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

bathroom, sea views. Weekly AUD$ 550, monthly $1400 /

Detached Contemporary Balinese Villa. Freehold. Situated on 4 are, w/additional 4 are land. Spectacular views over Jimbaran & Ocean. Convenient location to Bali’s world class beaches, Jimbaran, Dreamland/ New. Kuta Golf. The villa comprises 2 bedroom, 2 en-suite w/ Balinese outdoor shower. Open plan living/dining area. Infinity style pool. Fully equipped kitchen. Bale. Staff room, and garage. Tastefully decorated. Includes all furniture. Offers at US$450,000. Contact owner at <> for further info & photo’s. Phone enquiries Ibu Ketut at 0819 1656 5500. [2817]

Alcazaba: Unique and brand new beach front luxury

6 month more nego. E-mail: <>. +61 4 0739 0116, +62 81 681 5654. [2840]

Condhotel in Jimbaran Bay. All apartments will be furnished to top high end standards and are fully equipped. Manage by a top International 5 star operator. Freehold or 99 year Lease, Starting From US$ 255,000, Up to 11 % ROI per year. Please contact 0816 572 888 / 0361 703 361, <info@>, <>. [2931]

For sale authentic Balinese style house, 3 bedroom, 2 with ensuite bathrooms, new fitted kitchen, air con throughout.

4.3 are freehold land for sale/lease. Incredible view of Jimbaran Bay to Benoa Harbor in front of GWK cultural/ctr. Lease-price 500 million 20 year. Sale-price 600 million. And house on 1 are for 330 million. Contact <twellman3@>, 0878 6192 8382 / 0877 6104 5034. [2885]

Situated Jimbaran Hill, 5 minutes to Dreamland Beach. 162 ara. All furniture included in sale. Rp. 690,000,000 negotiable. Contact 0813 6240 5158. [2936]

Long contract available for open restaurant & AC cafe, including fittings, internet, kitchen equipment & house at back. Great location, Jl. Uluwatu, near Dreamland, huge potential in a fast growing area. Contact: <bukitland@> or 0361 883 3447. [2910]

“Luxury Boutique Hotel - Restaurant & Spa”

Clément Fouqueré Chef

Experience 3* Michelin in Paris

Beautiful house in Bingin right on the beach. Fully furnished, 2 floors, 3 bedrooms, 3 bath rooms, kitchen. Big living room area, open window fantastic view of the Indian Ocean. Price 15 million per month. Kim 0878 6096 1291 / <>. [2918] Beautiful villa for rent. Great ocean view 1800. 15 minutes to the beach Green Ball. 3 floors, 3 living rooms, 3BR AC, 3 bath, big swimming pool, 600m2. Price 155 mill a year / 90 mill half. Tel: +62 821 4548 3628, <dinara107@yandex. ru>. [2926] 1,9Ha land for sale. Ocean view, Bukit, near Karma Kandara. The land take place at the highest point in this area. Perfect location for private villa, hotel or property investment. Rp. 90.000.000/are. Owner 0852 3848 0988, e-mail <>. [2951]

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Established Developer / Le Secret one bedroom villas, fully furnished. IDR 1.308.000.000, freehold / 2 bedroom villa, fully furnished IDR 2.850.000.000, freehold - ask for leasehold or buy land only. Jacqueline 0813 3965 4230 (English), Mangku 081 2391 3309 (Bahasa). [2965] C/Re/P-29June 11 SEL











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Absolute Beachfront Living 50 years leasehold tenure, part of Bali’s latest exclusive beachfront estate 1 & 2 bedroom apartments and penthouse units available Beautifully appointed bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, flat screen TVs, DVD player, completely furnished, with fully equipped kitchen. • Last chance for off plan prices before price rise

• Fantastic Return on Investment, last chance for pre opening price • Freehold investment one bedroom villa in the heart of Seminyak sit on 120 sqm of land • The design concept strikes a harmonious balance between the visual aesthetics of Balinese culture, contemporary architecture and natural elements. • Fully maintained, preserving the integrity of the resort, 2 bedroom available • Close to the beach, shopping and restaurants. Opening 1st August 2011.

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

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

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






• Fantastic location, Fantastic land lease deal • 25 are of land for 29 yrs lease with a secure contract for another 25 yrs option with the pre price mechanism with the ability to acquire 5 yr extension every year • Naturally level land, utilities on place so ready for development • Located next to Sentosa and The Layar, this land is situated in the middle of Seminyak • Within walking distance to the boutiques, shops and restaurants.

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

For Sale IDR 5,655,000,000 Eric Livesey (62) 812 3766 3111 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

For Sale from USD 540,000 Eric Livesey (62) 812 3766 3111 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

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Excellent land plot with great opportunity 2,275 sqm Freehold land with extremely attractive price Ideal for private luxury villa or exclusive commercial development It has a beautiful river and jungle view Located in Ubud just 40kms to the international airport and 15kms to the beach

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Blending ‘Japanese & Indonesian’ villa design Consist of four double bedrooms with spectacular views Complete hot/cold water outdoor bathroom with large terrazzo bathtub Secluded swimming pool with a magnificent view Located in Blah-batuh,Gianyar and about 15 minutes drive to the central Ubud

For Sale Freehold IDR 6,500,000,000 Dewi (62) 85 7921 79769 Ubud office (62) 361 823 5369

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Family home located in beautiful paddy surroundings Freehold title with 1,100sqm of land and 800sqm of floor space Featuring six bedrooms with six en-suite bathrooms It has a large private pool, and a comfy terrace to enjoy tea time Situated at approx. 10 minutes from Ubud

For Sale Freehold IDR 7,000,000,000 Dewi (62) 85 7921 79769 Ubud office (62) 361 823 5369

For Sale Freehold IDR 3,500,000,000 Dewi (62) 85 7921 79769 Ubud office (62) 361 823 5369

Kemenuh, Gianyar

Penestanan, Ubud

Gianyar, North East Coast



Freehold in Brawa, walk to beach! Highly motivated vendor! Fronting onto working rice field, this villa comprises of 3 bedrooms all en suite Sit on 720sqm of land, fuly furnished, have its own back up generator Spacious indoor and outdoor living, complete with a pool and a lush garden Only 5 mins to Seminyak, walk to the beach, Canggu Club and Canggu Deli.

• Millionaire Rows in Cemagi, Freehold Land, walk to beach • Spectacular absolute beach front view makes this land very rare in today’s market. • The land size is 1,523 sqm and the shape is perfect to build one large estate • Road access already in place, certificate issued, highly motivated vendor! • 25 minutes to Seminyak, 10 minutes to Tanah Lot

Semana, Ubud



Luxury villa in gated estate, truly the equivalent of a freehold property 44 year lease fully paid up with a guaranteed 50 year option pre priced This stunning 3 bedroom villa sits on 420 sqm with a build up of over 280 m2 Gorgeous upstairs living with a huge dining area / Bbq area Proximity to the beach, walking distance to shops and restaurants

Pejeng, Ubud


• Good plot with rice field view Land • This freehold 280 square meters land is located at Pejeng area • Suitable for building a hideaway for someone who’s looking for a secluded place for relaxation • Electricity is available 50 meters from the location • Which is rich with natural environment and surrounded by indigenous local community

For Sale Freehold IDR 1,960,000,000 Dewi (62) 85 7921 79769 Ubud office (62) 361 823 5369


Keramas, North East Coast


• A tropical breeze property in North East Coast • Best quality of building with low maintenance cost • It has 4 bedrooms and 4 en-suite bathrooms of 785sqm of land & 360sqm of floor space • Breezy, cool, quite area, surrounded by ricefields view • Located in Blahbatyuh, Gianyar, it’s 15 minutes drive to the Sanur

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

For Sale Freehold IDR 4,500,000,000 Mark Vroon (62) 81 3377 93030 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 28 76 42

Prices from USD 349,000 with 50 years leasehold title up to USD 454,000 with freehold title Mark Vroon (62) 81 3377 93030 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 28 76 42 C/Re/G-29 June 11


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Sabang: Resort for lease or sale in Sabang, Pulau Weh, NAD (Aceh). 8 bungalows, 3 rooms and 1 restaurant (www. in a spacious green plot with large beach front. Excellent opportunities for diving (space available for dive school construction). Please contact <gianluca.>. [2815]

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

Land for sale 46 are, beach front white sand, located in West Sumbawa, surfable, Rp. 4 juta/are. E-mail to <> or call 0813 5353 3603 for more info or photos. [2880] Land for sale/lease in the Island of Rote, beach front, top views, walking distance to world class surf. For details e-mail to <>. [2881]

For sale ocean front block of land prime for development on exclusive Nusa Lembongan Island. 40 are block at Sunset Bay with spectacular uninterrupted views and featuring a stunning sea cave. This is the only block available in this highly sought-after strip of land with the potential for a luxury development. 40 minute boat ride from Denpasar to an unspoilt paradise. E-mail: <sjweather@>. [2846]

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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]

Villa rental, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large pool, 140 mill yearly. 150 Euro daily, weekly, monthly rental. Also villa rental in Umalas, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, pool, available for 160 mill yearly rental. <>. +62 878 6008 3637. [2352]

House for rent 2 bedroom and 1 bedroom, bathroom, private pool, kitchen, small garden, AC, hot water, TV cable, full furnished. Monthly/yearly. Call owner 081 7971 9692. [2944] Cozy, comfortable, safe 2 bedroom / 2 bathroom villa 5 minute walk to KuDeTa‚s beach. Minimum 2 year contract 215 million per year. Completely furnished, big swimming pool, large tropical garden. More information at <www.> / 0361-6018543. [2946] 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, also yearly. Contact Jack on 0819 1641 2326 / <>. [2947] Wow! Cheap cheap cheap! 5 are house on Oberoi near Soho and Sassa Rest. 3 bed 3 bath w/ pool. New construction but needs to be “westernized”. 5 year contract at Rp. 90 million per year NEGO w/ option for long term extension. TF +62 878 6198 8111. [2855] Villa Seminyak Jl. Kunti I, 2 bedrooms, swimming pool, big tress garden, looking for long term renter but monthly payment Rp. 10.000.000 month. 081 2380 1989. [2949] Our traditional style guest house, queen size bedroom upstairs with kitchen, dining + living separate, bathroom, aircon, Wi-Fi, cable TV, staff. Short or long term. Call Gary on 0819 3626 6264. [2950] Villas for rent Seminyak 2, 3, 4 bedrooms, modern style, fully equipped kitchen, cable TV, pool, Internet connection, tropical garden US$ 180 - US$ 500 per night. Available for short and long term rentals. Please call 081 7978 0553. [2953] 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. [2955] 3 bedrooms villa, 3 toilet, AC, satellite TV, small garden, good location in Seminyak, Jl. Bidadari. Full furniture, new 6 month. Call to 0819 1661 0885. [2958]

Prime land for lease starting from 700 sqm / 7 are, 30 years + 25 years extension, Jalan Drupadi II, in the heart of Seminyak, 6 meters private road access, 300 meters from the beach, close to all amenities. Price Rp. 12 mill/ are/year. Contact: Putu 081 2380 6209 / <bali-opportunity@>. [2019] Contract over quickly, 8.5 are, 2 buildings, 2 floors (+/600m2), prime location at Jl. Kayu Aya 117 (Oberoi), car access 3.5m, no commission. Please call: 081 139 5835. Extent possibility up to 38 years! [2904] 5 minutes from Balideli. 7R + parking space. Simple neat 2 bedroom house. 150m2 with big beautiful garden 550m2. Available from middle of July. 125mil with all furnished. No agent. SMS only to 0813 3849 8898 or get detail info by e-mail to <>. Padang Sambian. [2908]

150m2 land rice paddy view. Rp. 250,000,000/are. A piece of land 250m2, 5 minutes to beach. Rp. 260,000,000/are. A beautiful beachfront land 25 are, 15 mins away from central. Price 190,000,000/are. Call: 081337002573 C/Re/I-29 June 11


FOR Rp. 600.000.000

WOOD FLOOR 2cm X 20cm X 4m (750 PCS)

Jl. Tangkuban Perahu No. 400 X. email : NC/Ns/G-1 June 11

Prime Oberoi location spacious 3 bed w/ pool on 5 are for rent 1 1/2 years or 2 1/2 years . Beautifully furnished or unfurnished. Priced to rent! TF: +62 878 6198 8111. [2468] Villa for rent: Beautifull new villa in Drupadi. Quiet location 2 bedrooms with AC, ensuite bathrooms, full furnished, equiped kitchen, open living and dining, TV cable, DVD, pool, garden, 200€/night. possibility monthly and yearly. More info 0819 9968 2101 / <>. [2924] Rental Seminyak center, close Bintang Supermarket, house 180 m2, furnished. 2 bedrooms, 2 AC, 1 bathroom, internet, cable-TV, phone line, kitchen, laundry, garden. Price: 65.000.000 for one year. Possibility extension. Call 0819 9968 2101 / <>. [2925] Oberoi villa: 2Bedroom 2Bath, fully furnished, pool, garden, AC, cableTV, DVD, 200 meters to Oberoi. No car access. Scooter friendly. Available: July25 - Sept18. Daily 900rp, weekly 5mill, monthly 1.5mill. Lower rates as 1BR rental. SMS: 0821 4479 6859 / <>. [2927] C/Re/-26 Jan 11

For rent short & longterm. 4 rooms studio, full furniture, pool 14m, large, garden / flowers / plants. Nice & safe from atmosphere. Very central / strategic in Jln. Mertanadi. Rent per week / month. Call to 0819 1661 0885. [2959]

Close to beach Petitenget. Pool. 2 bedrooms, 2 en-suite bathrooms, upstair studio/office sleeps 1. Aircon and fans. Modern kitchen, all facilities. Fully furnished. 4.5 are. Clean and tropical. Short term or long term. 0812 3745 4444.[2930]

Nice & new 2 bedrooms villa in Yudhistira, quiet area in Seminyak. Privt-pool, AC, hot-water, satTV, DVD, Wifi, daily-cleaning, airport pickup-transfer. Contact Widya; +62 813 4796 0305 / +62 819 3306 8883, e-mail; <wid_>, website; <www.umahayuvillabali.>. [2960]

Nice villa for rent in primary Oberoi location, 2 AC bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sw pool, small garden. Very close to Ultimo & Kudeta, Jalan Kayu Aya. Weekly/monthly. No agents! E-mail <>. [2937]

Affordable villa for rent. Central Seminayk, Oberoi. 4 - 5 bedroom A/C, pool, garden. Monthly – yearly. Furnished, part furnished or unfurnished. 0811 394 520, <>. [2961]

Private villas 2, 3 & 4 bed in Seminyak & Canggu, daily, monthly & yearly rental with private pool, ensuite bathroom, kitchen, open living room, AC, TV, internet, garage & garden. E-mail: <> / 081 2377 0943 / 0818 0565 3319 (free pick up service). [2938]

Near beach Doublesix 2 & 3 bedroom new villa for rent, private pool, garden, fully equiped kitchen, 2 bicycles, Wi-Fi, CD, DVD, LCD TV, cable TV, AC, hot & cold, parking, maid service. <>, <http://www.> 219 5000 / 081 132 7845. [2962]

Oberoi, great location walk to Ultimo restaurant. New beautifully furnished 3 A/C bedroom 3 bathroom, fully equipped kitchen, open living with pool + tropical garden, TV cable. 8 months or more. 081 2394 5604. [2778]

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 build. Very cheap land. Freehold. - 28 are contract land. 150m from Kedunggu Surf Beach. Amazing sunset views and lifestyle. Leasehold. KELATING - 104,70 are, River and spectacular ocean views, Near to Alila Resort. 4,25m Access, great investment. PANGKUNG TIBAH - 11 are, 50m from a beautiful, untouched beach. Freehold and Already IMB, Super Price for this area. PANTAI PASUT - 47.96 are Stunning oceanfront Villa built to the highest western standards. With a 13.35 are (Including separate IMB) block between the villa and the ocean, this opens up many possibilities for either investment or development. Electric 21,000 watt and bore water.

IDR 80 Million /are IDR 3 Mill/ are / year

IDR 100 Mill / Are

IDR 185 Mill/ Are

US $ 1,500,000 for Villa and Land US $ 950,000 for just Villa

MEDEWI - Beach 83.5 are of pure beachfront. Ready to build. Great investment IDR 28 mill/are

Jl. Darmawangsa No. 1, Tanah Lot - Bali - Indonesia Phone: +62 361 8483743 Fax: +62 361 8483743 Web: Email: / C/Re/I -29 June 11

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2 beds, 2 baths, fully furnished, complete kitchen, diningroom, large pool, beautiful garden, lounge deck, large car park, private gym, aircon, cable, maid service, 5min to Oberoi. Monthly or weekly, July-October.

Unique 2 floor house in peaceful mountain village for rent. Land 600sqm, equipped 2BDRM, gazebo, garage, HW, 4400W, big garden. Rp. 35 million/year or 120 million/4 years. An absolutely must see! Call 0818 0553 6293. [2963]

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


Candidasa white sand beachfront land 51 are, already include IMB! 40 meters beachfront. Safe swimming and snorkeling, right in front of your villa or development. Leasehold for 65 years. Call 081 2362 9117. [2902]

TABANAN Villa for sale / rent. Quiet area in Tabanan. Call 081 2394 8595. [2057]

0878 6215 9498 NC/Re/P-29 June 11

Land for sale 17 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. [2956]

For sale some of the most beautiful land in Bali! Large and small plots available in the best priced and fastest growing area in Bali. Beachfront, ocean, ricefield, mountain, river & waterfal views. All land is freehold and already prepared for building. Price starting Rp. 15 million/are. Also great for investment direct from owner. E: <>. Call: +62 (0) 81 855 5010. W: <>. [1382]


Freehold Villa For Sale Convenient location with easy access.Just 5 min to 66 beach !5 are, 600sqm building 2 villa’s ,with 2 certificate. 2 storey, 4 bedrooms, 2 open livings. 2 pools, 2 apartments, 2 bedrooms, 2 open living, fully furnished AC TV-cable. tlp/high-speed internet. 3 carpark.Price for villa 1.

LEGIAN Hotel penthouse well established central area. 2 bedrooms 3 ACs living area 87 sq mts advantages: available part finance. Excellent returns on hotel renting. Business opportunity. Balcony 20 mt x 10 mt. Large swimming pool. Security. Restaurant. Internet connection 18 1/2 year lease. close to beach. Price $185.000. No agents 0813 3870 0794. [2914]

For Sale; The last 3 units with already total finished resort of 27. Swimming pool, full seaview, 2+3 bedrooms. Price starting from Euro 99,900. Please call 081 855 5010 or website: <>. [2700]

IDR 2,500,000,000 Villa 2 + apartments

Balian Beach beautiful House plus Villa plunge pool ocean view great surf restaurants market. Laidback Bali living short walk to beach. US$180,000 or best offer this month. <>. PH 085857044566. [2809]

IDR 4,400,000,000

House for overcontract. 4 1/2 are at Legian. Min. 6 years. 25 meter from Legian street. Call: Heri 0857 3911 1450, Nen 0878 6118 5308. [2917]

Henk Korver

( +31624677133/ +31104654835

Beautiful tropical villa with pool in Padma Utara. Close to the beach. Two independent bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchens, Wi-Fi, cable-TV, staff. Euro 125 daily, Euro 850 weekly. Contact 081 890 0480. [1560]

Beachfront land for sale: 109 are, frontage 36 metres, over 100 coconut palms. Location Beraban between Tanah Lot and Soka, off the projected sunset road. Visit <www.>. [2905]

Kadek Ariana +628164748261 NC/Re/I-15 June 11

Floryn Property Website: Tel: +62 (0)818 555 010

Last 3 units for sale!!

We are land specialist with a major focus on the Tabanan area, an area projected to be the next number one development focal point for The Bali tourism industry, making it a prime location for investment. All our land is freehold and comes with permission to build so there are no legal hassles or unnecessary delays on construction. The land and villa projects we sell and market are 100% owned by Floryn Property meaning only have to deal with us! By dealing with us, you do not have to go through the strain and stress of buying land. We will be the ones who are taking care of all of the procedures and processes to provide you with the land of your choice. Villa Sale

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Are you looking for your dream plot of land? Or your Home Sweet Home?

Freehold 2 or 3 bedrooms

Price: starting from 99.900 Euro A fully managed boutique retreat of Luxurious Tropical Villas. Set into lush green paddy fields, overlooking the ocean. Location: Tabanan area Call: +62 (0) 81 855 5010

We Have It!

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SALES AND LONG TERM RENTAL SPECIALISTS Jl. Kunti, Seminyak Shop 10, Kunti Plaza (next to Bali Deli) Phone. 0361-216 8880 Email: Call Bella Werleman - 0878 6192 6743 for all your real estate needs in Bali

CANGGU IDR 1.9 Billion




Neat as a pin and ready to move in. This one won’t last! 4.5 are, swimming pool, quiet neigbourhood, short distance to Echo Beach. All indoor living and on one level. Perfect for investment or for retirees. FREEHOLD.

OBEROI US$ 75,000



PECATU US$ 895,000




Fun and functional 2 storey townhouse in a complex of 10 with rural views. Comes tastefully furnished and has reception and pool area. Located only 5 minutes walk to Rumors. Proven rental returns. 34 year leasehold.

It doesn’t get any better than this! This luxurious villa is fully furnished and decorated to the 9’s. The 180 degree views of the Indian Ocean are nothing short of spectacular. Exquisite timber and marble throughout perfectly frame the sun setting over the 12m infinity pool. FREEHOLD.

UNGASAN US$ 615,000





First to inspect will buy! Ocean views are enjoyed from this newly and perfectly constructed villa. The 6.9 are is complete with pool, lush gardens and manicured laws. Stunning merbau floors, impressive gourmet kitchen and huge rooftop entertaining area. This beauty sits majestically atop a hill only 1km from Karma Kendara. FREEHOLD.




Set in quiet little neighborhood, this 3 are, bright and breezy property has been expertly renovated. Polished terracotta tiling, white wash French doors, Western kitchen, open plan living, inviting pool and lawns. 20 years leasehold.

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29 June - 13 July, 2011

OFFICE FOR RENT SUNSET ROAD Fantastic location next to Carrefour, four stories, parking, full A/C, beautiful fittings on favorable terms minimum lease of two years. Please contact Nila at or 0813 3793 0996



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

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]

Canggu Luxury Villa

Call : 081-805302008 Email : NC/RE/M-29 Jun .11

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]

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Restaurant to let prime location at Bemo Corner, heart of Kuta, located at Bunisari street opposite 24 hours Indomaret. Please call 0361 786 8169 / 081 2380 2169 Alamsyah. Need fast affordable price. Profitable guarantee. <>. [1630] Fully furnished rooms for short or long term rent. Up to 4 rooms available. Jl. Raya Kuta, 5 mins to airport. Close beach, restaurants and shopping area. Please e-mail <> for info and photos 0813 3612 6557. [1434] Shop / office overcontract, good location in Kuta, 2 yrs remaining contract. Toilet inside, price negotiable for urgent lease. Please call Rick at 081 118 7732. [2906] Villa for rent daily, weekly, 2 bedrooms, fully equipped, kitchen, cable-TV, DVD, pool, tropical garden, parking, security, available for short & longterm rental, daily cleaning. Price 1,5 million per night. Phone 0361 363 2999 / 081 6470 8929. [2913] For sell 2 unit single shops (4x5m) at Haris Kuta River view Hotel, Jl. Raya Kuta. Price Rp. 285 mill per unit or Rp. 520 for both. Contact 081 2397 2840. [2818] Bar in Kuta for rent or overcontract. Only 55mill/year. Bar is full equipped and ready to open. Please call 0818 0553 6293. [2964]

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For rent: Executive villa fully furnished. Available now (6 month contract). 3 BR/AC, 2 BA. Pool, garage, 2 staff rooms/mandi LCD TVs, Indovision, washer/dryer. See details: <>. 081 2397 2084 or <>. [2851] 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] Villa for rent weekly, monthly, yearly. Available 3 bedrooms, fully furnished, hot & cold water, cable-TV, 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: <>. [2886] Villa for sale/rent by owner, close Sanur, two floors, 4 beds, 3 baths, office, maidroom, pool, garden, parking. Freehold, 5are, IMB, 2. 4M nego or 90 juta/year. 0813 3874 4018 or <>. [2893]

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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] Villa for rent in Sanur 3 bedroom, 1 maid room, living dining, garage, include pool Bali modern villa nice garden price Rp. 160 million/year. Call owner 081 139 6890. [2929] Rent spacious villa 4 bedrooms en-suite bath, pool, fully furnished, set on 600m2. Suits for family as has big garden for kids playground. Quiet location, Western neighbors & villas. Call: 0813 3721 0646. [2142] Sale rare freehold property at beach side nice 2 bedrooms villa, private pool, maid quarter, garden, set on 416m2 land. Best location, minute walking distance to beach & restaurants. Call: 0813 3721 0646 [2143] For rent building 3,5 are, suitable for cafe/restaurant Jl. Danau Poso Blanjong - Sanur. IDR 90 million per year. Minimum 4 years. Call 0813 3780 5810. [2940] Rent: daily, weekly & monthly brand new house, villa in Sanur. Ricefield view, 5 minute from beach, luxury interior 3 bedrooms, 3 ensuite bathroom, swimming pool, gazebo, fully furnish. Contact owner 0812 3955 5544. [2945]

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In 5 ares, 3 bedrooms, large open living area/kitchen, fenced swimming pool, gated parking, easy paved access, very quiet position for lease minimum period of 2.5 years to 5 years at 125 million per year. Payment installment terms negotiable.

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

Ketut: 081 5570 3612 or Nila 0813 3793 0996

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




+62 361 733473 â&#x2014;? â&#x2014;?

Villas, Lands, Apartments For Sale or Rent Short / Long Term C/Re/I-29 June 11

Villas Jimbaran. Absolute bargain. . Stylish 4 br residence within Gending Kedis boutique resort near 4 Seasons. 2 living rooms, gym, library, 2 pools, full. furn. Under cost at USD 599K. VS027* Clifftop next to Karma Kandara. Stunning 4br villa on 23 are. 3 levels with breathtaking surf views. Private white sand beach access. Designer interiors. Huge entertainment areas. USD3 mill. VS088* Oberoi. 3 beautiful villas on 20 are. Lovely gardens. Prime site. Great investment. E1.55 million VS090* Balangan. Tanah Bali gated community. Beautiful architectdesigned villa on 15 are. 3br 2 living rooms, lap pool. Panoramic views. Full security USD 2 mill. VS064* Lovina. Near Damai Resort. Wonderful ocean and valley views from this 7br/8bth park-like residence on 48 are. 5 mins from central Lovina and beach. Ideal for business or private villa. US$675K. VS058* Land Sanur Beachfront. 2 Hk. Next to Grand Hyatt. Perfect development site.Rp 650 mill/are. LS143* Petitenget. 8 are behind Living Room. Good shape. Walk to beach. Rp 8.2 Billion .LS115* Petitenget. Next to Sentosa. 20 are. Good shape. Great development site. Rp. 700 mill per are. LS151* Canggu beachfront. 2 Hk. Good access. Good shape. 75m beachfront. Rp500 mill/are .LS142* Echo Beach. Beachfront 1.7 Hk. 150m beachfront. Plans available. Rp500 mill/are. LS079* Batu Belig. 38.55 are. 2 street access. 100m from beach. Rp750 mill/are. LS105* Plus small plots in Umalas, Canggu Berawa and Jimbaran. See our website Rental Jl Oberoi. Stylish 3 br/3bth villa in the middle of eat street. Min . Short or long term USD300 per night. RS019* *reference numbers for info from website:

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House for rent on Jalan Muding Indah III/6, electricity 5000 watt, bath tub, hot/cold water, bathroom, big space inside, pool, garden, type 96. Contact 0361 423 582 / 747 490. [2685]

Lombok - Senggigi- 21 are - clean certificate, ocean view, hilltop land overlooking Sheraton Hotel and Senggigi bay. 75 million per are. Call Irwan 0878 6545 7559 or e-mail: <>. [2933]

House for rent on Jalan Padang Griya Gg. IV / no. 3. Type 200 m + 2 storey). Electricity 5000 watt, bath tub, hot/cold water, bathroom, big space inside, pool, garden, land 6 are. Contact 0361 423 582 / 747 490. [2686]


House for rent. Fully furnished 2bedroom 2bath, hot-water, ceiling-fans, ACs, large storage room, front/backyard, Indovision, TVs/DVD players, located near Sunrise school, maid, 24hour-security. 170million 3 years/60million 1 year. <> / 0877 6104 5034 / 0878 6192 8382. [2884] Overcontract: 2 authentic 100yo joglos set in idyllic lush garden with pool and fish pond. Huge oversized bedroom with garden ensuite, 2nd bedroom, large living area, kitchen, laundry. Fully furnished with genuine antiques. Up to 7 years nego. No agents. Contact Gaye +62 819 1620 0081 or e-mail <>. [2890] New villa for rent, Tangkuban Perahu, unfurnished, living room, bay windows, kitchen, 2 wood floor bedrooms, AC, hot water, 3x9 private pool, garden, Rp. 100 mio/year, call +62 81 2468 1797 or <>. [2892] Office / showroom for rent. Completely remodelled, aircon, plenty of parking. Located in Kerobokan. Contact 0878 6215 9498. [2895]

Premium beach front land freehold 4,600 sqm in Pekutatan want to sell US$35/sqm. Call: Kamal 081 127 0272 / 0813 2641 4227. [2888]

KEROBOKAN Beautiful charming luxury villa or rent. (Short term only). With pool, Wi-Fi, etc. For info <isiscollection@yahoo. com>. [2942] Spacious modern style new apartments 1 & 2 bedrooms. Free Wi-Fi from 50 to 150m2, fully furnished. Beautiful garden, large parking. Monthly from Rp. 3.5 to 6.5 million. 2 location off west Marlboro & close to Carrefour. Call +62 81 2388 9173. [2943] Umalas, villa for yearly rent. 3 bedroom AC, 2 bathrooms, open lounge, pool, semi furnished, Indovision, internet. 3,5 are. Direct owner Hp. 0813 3855 0640. [2948] Villa for rent at Jl. Bumbak Umalas, 3 are, 3 bedrooms ensuite, furnished, pool, garden, kitchen, staff room, long term preferred, for details and photos please e-mail <>. [2954]

Banyar Anjar Tegal Cupek 2, open rice-field view, villa 2BR2BA (36m2-27m2) airco plunge-pool/jacuzzi. Also 2 rooms (36m2-27m2) with shared kitchen/porch/plunge-pool. 4rent daily-weekly-monthly or lease 20 or 48years. Call Daniel 0813 3828 6581 / <>. [2897] For sale twin 2 bedroom villas, Indonesia style on a 500sqm, closed wall ground, private pool, fully furnished, gazebo & large patio. 46 years +25+25, US 260,000. Tel: 0819 1644 8897 / <>. [2898]

Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 72 ,Tel/Fax: (0361) 735469 Website: | email: C/Re/I-29 June 11


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Looking for Villa in Bukit. 3 Bedroom, 1 year, Rp 40.000.000. + 62 821 4548 3628. [001] Looking to Rent Office Space. Dicari Sewa Kantor. Looking in the Sunset Road, Jl. Dewi Sri, Jl. Sunset Garden, Jl. Marlboro (Teuku Umar Barat), etc areas. 200-300sqm. Need special location: one or two ground floor offices and larger space on second and / or third floors. Or one larger building one floor. 200-300sqm. Either must have ample parking areas for staff and customers. For more information please call 755 392 and ask to speak with Pak Made. [002]


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

Rent, beautiful villa in Batu Belig. 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom with own pool. Fully furnished. Available from mid June till Feb 8, 2012. Rp. 70,000,000. E-mail: <heals78@hotmail. com>, 0821 4550 9611. [2899] Kerobokan nice villa for rent long/shortterm from August. It has 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 3 ACs, kitchen, veranda, swimming pool, living, carport, staff is included in the price. Call Elliote 0361 365 2359. [2919] Short term rent/sale-Banjar Semer 2-storey villa, 3 BR with pool, terrace, car porch. Furnished, with helper, nice neighbourhood. Quiet, nice view. Good rates. Call 081 2390 3201, e-mail <> for details. [2920] Modern house for rent, convenient location, easy car access, 2 storey, 2 bedroom, 3 bathroom, laundry, spa pool and garden, open plan living dining, fully furnished, modern kitchen. Good price for longterm. 0818 0569 8133. [2478] Nice, classic and beauty private pool with two bedroom villa for long term. Rent complete, free Wi-Fi. Location Uma Alas. Please contact 0878 6163 3169. [2711] For Sale: 2 small and cozy villa, 1 and 2 bedrooms in 3 are land, each with pool, AC, telephone, carport, PDAM. Close to restaurants and shops. Good investment. Call 0818 147 672 or 0815 1039 2773. [2938] House for rent, 2 bed room house with garden, 1 bath room with h&c shower, telephone line, at Jl. Gunung Lumut, perumahan permata hijau no 3.Kerobokan. Price 50 mill/ year. Call 081 2391 8997. [1872] C/Re/G-29 June 11

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VILLAS FOR SALE & RENT Location: Seminyak, Kerobokan, Canggu, Jimbaran 2 bedrooms villa with private pool for only $ 150/night

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

Land for sale 2.35 hectare and 1.14 hectare location Tegalalang Ubud, great view, water spring, road access 4.5m. Phone: 0852 3714 4456 Made Hayer. [1869] 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] C/Re/G-9 March 11

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Villa for sale Country Estate near Ubud. Ideal for private home, villa or retreat center, rice field & river view. Lap pool steam room & spa. Call 0812 394 8595 for inspection. [1143] Land for sale 19.5 are Tegalalang. 25 min from Ubud. Ricefield, mountain and river view. Road 6 meter. Please contact (0361) 741 2333. [1553]

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A fully furnished room for short or long term rent. 5 mins to Ubud center, close to restaurant and shopping area. E-mail: <> for more info and photos 0813 3612 6557 / (0361) 804 5563. [1433]

RARE RIVER VIEW LAND FOR LEASE Situated in a peaceful and secured estate, 5 mins north of Sanur, affordable priced. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss this opportunity. Direct from owner 081 2393 3374 or AFFORDABLE FREEHOLD LAND FOR SALE 15 mins north of Sanur. Direct from owner, call 0819 9904 7228 or NC/Re/P-29 June 11

Freehold land in Ubud, stunning view - rice fields/amazing sunsets/river, 20 ara, 10 minutes from ubud center, architectural drawing for villas , by the main road (Tegal Alang - Kintamani), good price, owner 081 2386 6658. [2907] Land for sale by owner (5are). 5km north from Ubud centre. Quiet, ricefield view and road access. Price nego. Please contact 0821 4414 0531 or <> (Nyoman). [2915] Top - Location close to Begawan Giri Hotel and Sobek White Water Rafting, 7 are for sale by owner. Call Ayu 089 8317 6411. [1576]

Minimalist villa 2 bedrooms, fully furnished, secure private complex villa, private pool, set on 350m2. Spectacular rice paddy view, Live in the green nature. Sale for leasehold. US$198,000. Call: 0813 3850 0970. [2144] C/U/G-29 June 11

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A change at the top of our game

LCGU423 Canggu

11 Are

Great size piece of land and has two road access, size 11 Are of 22 x 50 meters, perfect to be sub divided to build 3 small units villa and neighbourhood is newly build villa also rice paddies surrounding. Ocean view from second floor. Great property. Investasi bagus, jalan paving, 50 x 22 meter, sudah aspek perumahan dengan luas 11 Are.

SNUD403 Nusa Dua


Contact : Haryono

Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 3,300,000,000

SNUD122 Nusa Dua

SCGU707 Umalas



This villa located in Taman Mumbul is very near from Nusa Dua and By-pass to the Airport. The villa has wide space, with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathroom. The kids have their own room, very ideal for family residence. Only 5 minutes from the beach, it has its own garage and also provided with swimming pool and kitchen set, air conditioner and fully furnished including billiards table. Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 4,800,000,000

Contact : Giny + 62 85 738 738 978

SSNR730 Sanur


Newly renovated and built on 5,6 Are in the quiet neighborhood of Taman Mumbul. This villa is the perfect place for those planning to work and live in the Nusa Dua area. Great family home that offers everything you need for a comfortable life in Bali: three bedroom, spacious living room with western kitchen, media room, pool, well sized garden with bale. Owner is motivated to sell quick.

+ 62 85 857 442 601 Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 175,000,000/Are



Contact : Ray White Nusa Dua + 62 81 337 997 709



Contact : Ray White Seminyak + 62 81 236 001 058

Do you have a property for sale / rent in any area? Please feel free to contact me and I will assist you to market your property.

Contact : Amir Faisol +62 81 85 121 76

Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 3,000,000,000

Contact : Mangku Suedi + 62 87 861 053 599




This villa is located in Karma Kandara Resort, which is a Bali holiday resort occupying a spectacular cliff top high above the Indian Ocean at the farthest extremes of an elevated limestone peninsula at Baliâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s southernmost tip. The Bali resort is just 20 minutes from Ngurah Rai international airport. Karma Kandara Bali is blessed with the most exhilarating views imaginable- a seemingly limitless vista of ocean and sky, 180 degrees of blue on blue brilliance. Contact : Ray White Paradise Title : Hak Milik + 62 82 144 002 553 Price : USD 1,200,000

SNUD105. 3 bedrooms villa in Taman Mumbul area, land size 168 sqm, shared swimming pool, fully furnish. Price: IDR 1,050,000,000 Title: Hak Milik

LBUK364. Land size of 32,3 Are. It has 2 separate certificates (1765 + 1465 sqm). Would like to sell both or individually. Views of the ocean & the mountain range in the background. Price: IDR 220,000,000/Are Title: Hak Milik

LNUD135. Small piece of land, size 300 sqm, wide access road 6 m, neighborhood, flat land, electricity and water has installed in the area. Price: IDR 135,000,000/are Title: Hak Milik



LSEM850. Great location for new condotel or villa complex in Seminyak. 1.6 ha land located approx 100 meters to the Beach, good access, surrounded by Hotel and villa. Price: IDR 8,500,000/Are/years Title: Leasehold

LBUK110. Land size 35,6 are, located just 50 meter from Bali Cliff main street, it has nice Jimbaran bay and Benoa views, it suit for complex villa/residential complex. Price : IDR 110,000,000/Are Title: Hak Milik


Located in the Sanur area this is a luxurious and ultra modern villa with 3 bedrooms now available for sale. The living & dining area open to the pool area. This villa has been finished off to high western standards with spacious living area and over sized modern kitchen with freehold/ hak milik title.

SBUK567 Bukit


Designed by renowned local architect Popo Dane, this property is one of the most beautiful contemporary luxury villas for rent in Bali. Whether looking for your Bali luxury holiday or Bali honeymoon. It is a tropical haven away from the stresses and strains of everyday life.

Title : Hak Milik Price : USD 715,000


SSNR120. 5 bedrooms villa, in the prime location of Sanur, land size 1000 sqm, large swimming pool, fully furnish. Price: Price On Application Title: Hak Milik

s SSNR523. 4 bedrooms. House at elite complex Sanur. ( Rumah mewah di komplek elite Sanur) s SCGU422. 5 bedrooms Large Villa at Canggu Complex. (Villa luas 23 are dekat Canggu Club)

Looking for second home in Bali ? Contact me : Cari rumah kedua di Bali ? Hubungi saya : Contact : Haryono +62 85 857 442 601


SSNR116. Located in Padang Galak, Sanur. 4 bedrooms, land size 500 sqm, swimming pool, unfurnished. Price : IDR 2,400,000,000 Title: Hak Milik LJBN107. Land size 60 are ready to be built upon, located in Jimbaran, close to the KFC and a short drive to Nusa Dua. Price: IDR 200,000,000/are Title: Hak Milik LCGU115. A stunning piece of 17 Are, superbly shaped and located in the secluded, quiet and safe area of Buduk, Pererenan Price: IDR 158,000,000/are Title: Hak Milik

Contact : Samsuni +62 87 861 527 292

* prices and availability subject to change without prior notification.

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

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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

SCGU501 Canggu




Located in the best up and coming area of Bali this well designed villa will prove to be a perfect family residence or with the ability to place onto the rental market to generate attractive returns. Excellent value for money and excellent appreciation to made in the years ahead.

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


Contact : Siska + 62 81 55 749 228

20% OF THE TOTAL NET COMMISSION WE RECEIVE FOR THAT SALE Contact : Shane Walsh +62 (0) 81 338 276 772

* prices and availability subject to change without prior notification.

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

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