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For Sale; Yoga set, never used. 1 yoga mat with bag, 2 bricks, 1 elastic band, 1 eye mask, 1 DVD. Pink colour. 150,000 IDR nego. Call or SMS 0878 6002 1671. Seminyak. [085]


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For Sale; Professional boogie board VS size 42. Good condition. 1 million. Contact <mafaldamourao@>. Canggu. [070]



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For Sale; iMac QuadCore i5 2.5 Ghz, 4Gb DDR3 RAM, Graphic AMD Radeon HD 6750M 512 MB, Thunderbolt Port, 500GB SATA HDD, OSX 10. 6. 8 updated. Rp. 11.500.000. Call only 0812 3622 6381 or 0815 4741 7054. Denpasar. [152]

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For Sale; Mini home theater PC XtreamerPro 2x3.5’ HDD up to 4GB. Support MKV, ISO files, etc. 1080 full HD, HDMI 1.4a port + cable, Lan card for internet, USB 3 port. 2 million. 0812 3622 6381 or 0815 4741 7054. Denpasar. [153] For Sale; Desktop memory Super Talent brand, 4 1GB sticks for a total of 4GB, DDR2-667 PC5300 Samsung 64mx8 CL5 asking Rp. 600,000 for all 4GB. Call 0878 6180 7312. Jimbaran. [154] For Sale; 1 unit coffee machine Rancillio Epoca S2 2 groups used for 8 months only w/ rancillio grinder. very good condition & ready to use. Price 35 million (nego). SMS 0818 0566 3688. Canggu. [212]

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Get your free life lesson number (Numerology). Please send full name (exactly as shown in your birth certificate) and birth date. I also do Tarot, I Ching. <>. [162] For Sale; Gorgeous ‘zenstyle’ teak double bed, beautiful natural brown wax finish, drawers underneath. Including top-quality memoryfoam mattress, 160 cm wide. Used as guestbed, as new. Bought 12,5 million, selling 9 million. Must be seen! Photos/info <ihelland@> / <0815 5872 5972. Sanur. [206]

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For Sale; DIY DSLR video / camcorder slider, very smooth and cheaper than other pro cam slider. Price is Rp. 1.700.000. For more information contact Adi 081 2392 5264. Denpasar. [207] I want to sell my private belly dance equipment (scarfs, jewels, clothes, accessories...), good price. Mobile: 0812 4607 6049, mail: <barbaraseibt@yahoo. de.kuta>. [208] C/Ns/G-13 July 11

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For Sale; 16mm negative color film material, Kodak Vision2/3, 100T, 200T, 500T, total of 12 rolls leftover available, originally packed, stored cool, imported recently for German TV production, emulsion details on request, 0812 3621 5384, Frank. Seminyak. [169] For Sale; 3 way pan/tilt tripod head from Slik Pro 700 DX, with quick release and quick shoe, aluminium, 2 bubble levels, as good as new, pls note: not with tripod! 450K Rp, 0812 3621 5384, Frank. Seminyak. [170] For Sale; Beanbags, 4 pieces made in very good quality, triangle 1-seater for outdoor, dark blue, strong material, water resistant, extra beans available, very new, 1.4 million for all. Contact 0812 3621 5384, Frank. Seminyak. [171] For Sale; Sunken DVD player with USB port. Almost 99 percent new, still with the box and waranty. Sale for Rp. 400.000. Contact 0818 0536 9078. Denpasar. [172]

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For Sale; Herbal remedy for arthritis, rheumatic pain etc, capsule form 30 sachets for 1 month supply only Rp. 100.000. I am now healed and I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need it anymore. Pls SMS Mark 0878 3523 5401. Denpasar. [053] For Sale; Brand new 2 beautiful jewelry sets (necklace with pendant, bracelet, ring, earrings) gold color with crystals. Very good for party dress/kebaya, never used. Only Rp. 375ribu/set. SMS Mark 0878 3523 5401. Denpasar. [054]

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For Sale; 2 European wedding dresses. 1,8 mil for both. color broken white. Silk satin. size S-M. Please contact 0857 3802 0048. Denpasar. [055] For Sale; Unwanted gift 100% authentic coach handbag, it was a present from U.S, brand new handbag with tag+dustbag. Coach madison gather white leather bag. Store price USD 498.00 selling for only IDR 3.5M Serious buyer only. Jimbaran. <chisse@yahoo. com>. SMS 0818 0318 0777. [176]

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MACARONIS RESORT Limited Investment Opportunity Minimum Investment USD 50K Thank you to all inquirers regarding our recent investment offering. USD 600,000 has now been raised to fund the refurbishment which is currently underway, and two 50K investor positions remain open.

Year 2010 annual turn-over USD 500,000, expected to double in future years.

This is your opportunity to become a part owner in this amazing surf resort. Co-owners encouraged to participate visiting FOC annualy (1-2 months) assisting in hosting of guests, surf guiding or videography (live in positions).

Pre-tsunami valuation USD 4.5 million. Post-tsunami valuation USD 2.5 million with 250,000 shares on issue at that time. Issuance of 70,000 new shares @ USD 10 each brings the newly refurbished resort to a valuation of 3.2 million upon recommencement of trading, expected to return to 4.5 million within 2 years. Become a co-owner and enjoy attractive returns, lifestyle benefits and flexibility, shares resalable at any time. For further info contact: for username and password to view our private web page. C/Ns/I-29 June 11

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Royal Professional Cleaners - Member of DLI, USA Laundry & Dry Cleaning Daily open: 7.30 am - 9.00 pm FOR HOME PICK UP & DELIVERY SERVICE 0361 74 11 580 For Hotel Linen, Guest Laundry & Uniform 0361 763 959

Our Counter Locations: * PEPITO Jl. Kediri, Tuban (0361) 763 959 * SEMINYAK Jl. Raya Kerobokan (0361) 747 0293 * TEUKU UMAR Jl. Teuku Umar (0361) 222 727 * WATURENGGONG Jl. Waturenggong (0361) 747 0294 * WAHIDIN Jl. Wahidin (0361) 747 0463 * HAYAM WURUK Jl. Hayam Wuruk (0361) 747 0472 * SANUR Jl. By Pass Sanur (0361) 288 146 * PURI GADING Jl. Raya Uluwatu (0361) 703 640 C/Ns/G-29 June 11

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SUMMER OFFER 15% DISC NO CHEMICAL & NO PECTIN Visit our shop: Pertokoan Surya Mas 3, Jl. Dewi Sri II, Kuta Call: +62 361 740 8883 C/R/P-27 July 11

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Feature Writers- Any Ideas? We need more Feature Articles for publication in Bali Advertiser. Any idea considered. Please email your ideas to Payment is made for all articles. Only native English writers or non-native writers that can have their writing proof read by a native English speaker. Please do not send articles. Send your ideas first!

Looking For; Secondhand baby stuffs; i.e. electric breast pump, bottles, clothes, toys, books, etc. If you’re willing to donate them, I’ll be grateful. If not, I’ll try to buy. Text 085 6371 6157 or email <cheese_salty@yahoo. com> (Maria). Nusa Dua. [080] Cheap Sale; Unwanted gift. Brand new LCD TV Samsung 32”, LCDLA32D550, black flat screen, series 5, 1-yr warranty, Rp. 3,650,000. Serious interest only! 0815 5855 4061. Kuta. [081] For Sale; 1 unit Getra 3pod gas stove restaurant grade used for only 8 months. Ready to use & very good condition. Price 3.5 million (nego). SMS 0818 0566 3688. [082] For Sale; Auto pilot Raymarine st2000 (advanced tiller pilot) for sailing vessels up to 10,000lbs (4,500kg). Auto tags let you handle the shoots, while pilot tags the boat. Auto seastate intelligently keeps boats on course while conserving power. Safe-easy to use. $500/ONO. 0815 1315 2323. Canggu. [174] For Sale; Skin keyboard protector for Macbook 13” white or black. Brand: iWorld. New never been used. will sell for 100.000. Please call/SMS 0852 3704 8168. Kerobokan. [175]

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For Sale; Blackberry Torch 9800 in mint condition, like new, with BB hard cover, glass protector, box and accessiories. still under warranty for more than a year. Rp 4,1 juta. Call 0819 3413 7304. Seminyak. [125] For Sale; Latest dvd movies All kinds from 2010-2011. 125 pieces, only played once. All for Rp. 400.000 (One buy). HP: 082 1459 89252 Nelly. E-mail: <>. Sanur. [126]

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UK Pension Transfers “Giving you a better option”

For Sale; Airco Daikin 2 PK in very good condition, well maintained, 2 years old, paid new Rp. 8.500.000 sell for Rp. 5.500.000. Airco Daikin 1 PK 1.5 year old, well maintained, sell for Rp. 2.500.000, <penelly88@> or HP 0821 4598 9252. Sanur. [127]

Don’t assume your U.K pension is safe…….

Moving Sale; Antique traditional carving bed, 4 poster, full teak, 3 months used, 5mill/ONO. FridgeSharp, no ice cover, working well-700. American queen size mattresss, heavy, comfy1mill. Some 2nd shoes 1-3 times used, size 39-40. Duke Kahanamoku painting. List & Pic: <>. 0815 1315 2323. Greenlot Sambadha-Canggu. [173]

Known as a QROPS (Qualified Recognized Overseas Pension Scheme) and fully approved by HMRC (Her Majesty Revenue & Customs)…. you now have a better option. • No annuity needed ever and access to an upfront lump sum. • Tax free draw down. • All of your money goes to your family not back to the UK Government • Far greater Investor freedom. • Ability to collate all your pensions into the one plan…. Makes it Easy to manage • No Inheritance tax to worry about • Download your free QROPS guide from the website

For Sale; Black short sleeve rashguard-brand new with tags. Gecko Hawaii brand. Size S, but fits more like M. Rp. 200,000 nego. Call or SMS 0361-746 0113. Legian. [179]

If YOU hesitate and the rules revert back, you may lose the option to take advantage. Let us make it easy for you and help connect you with the right people. Connecting you with QROPS advisors world wide.

With U.K company pensions now in the red to the tune of over GBP 240 billion Sterling, the biggest shortfall ever and with bigger problems looming its time to ask yourself do you have a better option with your UK pension? There is good news….. And if you meet the criteria for transferring your private pensions out of the U.K the gains are enormous.

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For Sale; The best mosquitoes repellent plants originally from Papua is here. Easy to grow, in the shades or hot place. Able to grow in pots inside the house. 0857 3802 0048. Denpasar. [060]

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For Sale; A package of home elevator/lift, alumunium set for 3 levels building only IDR 46.6 million (parts and installment). Further info and pictures text Ardi 0361-743 6036. Kerobokan. [226] For Sale; 2 anti skin aging packages of 20% vitamin C serums plus facial soaps with nano scrub only IDR 450,000. Call/text Ardi 0361743 6036. Kerobokan. [227] For Sale; Panasonic handycam, with accessories, box, cables, lens protector, HD 40 GB, etc. Complete package cost me USD 1,100, you can have it for IDR 4.000.000 ONO, act fast. Call/text Ardi 0361-743 6036. Kerobokan. [228]

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

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Wanted; Vertical electric meat saw. Tel: 0812 303 0472 or email: <moodiblue2000@>. Nusa Dua. [062] For Sale; Offers for two Shakespeare Ugly boat rods. 20lbs & 50lbs. Never been used, both with carrying cases etc reels available if needed. Please contact 0812 303 0472 or e-mail <moodiblue2000@>. Nusa Dua. [063]

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Free Tai Chi Chuan lessons in Canggu. Next beginners class starts Wednesday 5 th October. Lessons on Wednesdays 3-4 pm and Saturdays 11-12 am. Inside Tai Chi Studio. For complete information SMS to 0813 3739 8257. [064] For Sale; Unused MP3 small and cute sell cheap call 081 7939 9777 or e-mail for pics <>. Kuta. [065]

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For Sale; Unused 10” ePad Google Android Froyo 2.2, sell cheap. Call 081 7939 9777 or e-mail for pics <>. Kuta. [066] For Sale; Samsung fridge Rp. 1.600.000, Polytron fridge hotNcool Rp. 900.000, Panasonic Microwave Oven Rp. 500.000, oven Denpoo Rp. 200.000, barbeque grills Rp. 150.000, Samsung TV 37 inch, and I have teak wood furnitures (office table, bed side table, chairs, and others). The price can nego. Please call/SMS 0878 6224 4540. Canggu. [069]

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These ads are free. E-mail to: Beautiful, cute, small Bali Cute, healthy, vaccinated puppy, healthy, vaccinated pups for adoption from Bali and free to good home. Call Adoption Rehab Centre Dayu at 0361-977 217. [001] BARC call Linda 081 855 Adorable healthy Bali 0947. [004] puppies ready for adoption. Please call Wayan Doblet at Save a Bali puppy today! 085 6377 4966. [002] Loveable puppies desperately Free to good home. 2 male looking for temporary foster tabby kittens. 9 weeks old. homes. Call BAWA 0361 977 Kuta. Please text 0813 3954 217. [005] 9668. [003]

Cute, healthy, small Bali puppies, seeks safe & loving home. Vaccinated. Call or SMS 081 138 0510. [006] Free expat raised kittens looking for loving home. Donation for Vet Appreciated. <> or contact Desiree at 085 5373 0513. [007]

Pets For Sale / Wanted / Lost / Found

For Sale Line Ads Rp. 6.000 per word. Wanted, Lost or Found Line Ads no charge. Photo ads Rp. 395.000. All ads must be paid before printing. Dog for sale Rotweiller. For sale Rotweiller puppies, Dog found: 6.9.11 near Phone: 0361 747 2976. [008] vaccinated, certificate. Call Jalan Oberoi/Eat Street. 0361 854 0216. [011] Puppy. White/Beige with strips of black on her back. Wanted Kitten for expat Blue and orange collar. 3 male, 3 female Siberian home in North Bali. Must be Husky puppies, DOB 13-07- Friendly and in good condition. cute, healthy and have a 11, vaccinated, dewormed, Very distinctive appearance. full-length tail! Female pedigree paper. 0813 3801 Please e-mail: <beebeeguy@ preferred. Please call/SMS>. ASAP. [013] 6024. [012] 0821 4485 7710. [009] Wanted! Sola, a beautiful white shepard is looking for a boyfriend. Either a white Shepard or a healthy German Shepard. Let’s make puppies! Please contact <enisegetrah@>. [010]


We last saw him nearly 3 months ago at our house in Mertasari, Sanur. We’ve looked for him and advertised, but so far we haven’t found him. Reward for his return is 1 million Rupiah. If you bought him not realizing that he was stolen, I’m happy to repay what you paid for him plus the reward. I raised him from a baby and really miss him.

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Beef Jerky is now homemade right here in Bali. We sell direct from our shop in Jalan Kunti or wholesale to bars, restaurants and shops. We use only the best quality beef, cutting each piece by hand and soaking overnight in sauces before drying. No artificial flavouring, colouring or preservative is added. Bali Beef Jerky Jl Kunti 11, Seminyak

Ph: 087860236340 For all your beef jerky needs C/Ns/G-10 August 11

Private Sale; 12 string Ibanez performance acoustic guitar, purchased in Australia for $875.00AUD. Model PF10-12N. Very good condition, played very little. Selling price. $500.00. (4.500.000rpt) includes hardcase, stand, +$90 worth new strings to restring guitar. English inquiries SMS 0813 3747 4477 Pantai Saba Blahbatuh. [200] For Sale; Charger and data cable for iphone/ipod, Screen guard for iphone 3g/3GS/4G, Back case for iphone 3G/3GS/4G, and another sparepart for iPhone. Text me for price: 0819 9905 5544. Kerobokan. [201]

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For Sale; 2nd iPhone 4, 16 gb, black Unlocked with GEVEY Card, full app only 4 mill. Please call/SMS 0831 1964 5264. [202] For Sale; Apple iPod Nano 4gen, 16 GB with camera, purple color, very excellent condition. Sale Rp. 1,3 million. Call/SMS 0831 1964 5264. [203] For Sale; Two stunning, all-white teak beds, simple ‘zen-style’, wood pattern showing. Including top-quality memory-foam mattresses, 120 cm wide (large single/ small double). Bought 8 million each, selling 6 million each/both 10 million. Must be seen! Photos/info 0815 5872 5972 / <ihelland@>. Sanur. [204]

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For Sale; iPhone white 3GS 16GB, great condition, unlocked and jailbroken on IOS 4. Comes with box, charger, USB cable, earbuds, Rp. 3.5 million. Please call or SMS 0859 3536 2279. Denpasar. [077]

KID'S PARTY (Games, Decoration, Jumping Castle, Magician, Art/Craft, etc) EFFECTS (Snow/bubble machine, Exploding Balloon, Balloon drop) CUTLERIES RENTAL (Tables, Chairs, Napkins, Marquee, etc)

For Sale; Starmax hotdog roller grill with drawer for bun. Never Used. Capacity 50 hotdog 48 bun. Sell for Rp. 10 juta. SMS: 081 339 620 998 or e-mail: <sc_> for photos & dimensions. Denpasar. [084] For Sale; Nintendo Wii (2nd). Perfectly works 100% like new. My kids rarely use, after they got new ipad. Comes with 2 remote + 2 nunchuk + 2 batt rechargeable, docking, box, cable etc. complete. Extra 19 DVD games. Will sell Rp. 2,5jt. SMS 081 2369 6969 or <>. Denpasar. [071]

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For Sale; Beds: 2 solid teak , 4 poster beds 100 x 180. Including mattress sheets and mosquito net. Rp. 2,5 mil or both for Rp. 4 mil. Call 0815 5833 3880 for English or 0813 3986 3841 for Indonesian. Sanur. [072] For Sale; Used furniture (sofa 4 seater, rattan synthetic dining sets 6 chairs, wooden terrace bench, sell all for 6 million. SMS 0818 0553 6076. Denpasar. [194] C/Ns/I-09 March 11

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For Sale; Digital photo frame 7 inch LCD, play audio and video, support mostly file format. SD, MMC, MS, CF and USB input. Remote control and automatic transition. Sell for Rp. 550.000. 081 2392 5264 Adi. Denpasar. [019]


US$ 2,500 Direct to owner

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We are men and women who drank too much but have found we can help each other to stop drinking. We have meetings every day on Bali. Come to a meeting and learn how you can stop drinking. English- 081 5581 04700

Bahasa Indonesia - 087862360454

Bahasa Indonesia & English Meetings (with interpreters) Gateway Community Jl. Danau Batur #3 (gang past Kimia Farma on Wed @ 7pm SANUR SEMINYAK Sat @ 7pm

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NUSA DUA Sun @ 10 am Mon @ 6 pm SANUR Thu @ 4:30pm, Sat @ 5pm SANUR SEMINYAK Mon - Sun @ 9am, Mon / Wed / Fri @ 7pm

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Geger Beach (near temple) Jl ByPass 405E (upstairs)

Manik Organik Jl D. Tamblingan 85 (upstairs) The Ruko Jl Dhyana Pura 103 (upstairs at Warung Kita)


Jl Uluwatu, Br Bakung Sari, Ungasan (across from Swell Restaurant Dreamland) Mon-Sat @ 9am, Sun @ 10:30am Café Wayhu Jl Dewa Sita (on Football Field) Thu / Sun @ 7pm Casa Luna Jl Raya Ubud Space for this announcement donated by Bali Advertiser C/Ns/U-13 July 11

For Sale; Macbook 5.1 Unibody Aluminium, 13.3”, cycle count 37, OS Lion 10. 7, Thunderbolt, Core2duo, NVdia GEforce 9400M 256MB DDR3, RAM 2GB DDR3, HDD 160GB, Rp. 5.900.000. 085 6877 8883. Kerobokan. [110] For Sale; Golf clubs, Mitsushiba tour tech series, graphite shafts. 1, 3, 5 drivers, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, P, S irons and putter. Nice black Mitsushiba bag with lots of storage. Good for ladies or men up to 168cm 2jt. Contact 0878 6180 7312. Jimbaran. [157] For Sale; Britax/Safe-nSound convertible car seat, from newborn to ca 4 years, can be used backward and forward facing. Adjustable five-point safety-harness. Extra newborn insert. One of the world’s safest brands. Good condition. Rp 1million. Contact 0815 5872 5972 / <>. Sanur. [030] For Sale; Beautiful, very tall white teak bed, huge brown drawer underneath (great for storage/extra mattress), removable bedrails (for kids). Includes spring/ pillowtop mattress 120cm wide (=large single/small double). Custom made, as new. Rp 5 million. Photos/ info Inga 0815 5872 5972 / <>. Sanur. [031] For Sale; Nokia 6700 with charger, headset and data cable. Work well, fair condition. PLease SMS with your offer price to 0857 3802 0048. Denpasar. [057]

For Sale; Polygon mountain bike dual suspension disk brake front and rear as new, 1.9 million. 081 7474 5188. Jimbaran. [100] Wanted to Buy; Two portable massage tables in good condition. Call 423 595; 0812 3607 4711 or <sohanabali@>. [120]

Harley Davidson

Call Kadek 081246060720

For Sale; Rarity. 70 year old Bezar compass. Still in good condition. For collectors only. Please call Michael 081 2395 1444. Sanur. [163] For Sale; 2 webcameras (MS and HP) as new. For 400.000 Rp. Please contact Michael. 081 2395 1444. Denpasar. [164] Wanted; Damaged or dead Apple Macintosh computers and iPod or iPhone. Call only, no SMS. 083 1181 9816. <alexbalietc@gmail. com>. [023]

The perfect Sportster 900 Evolution 2005, black, immaculate with only 6500 km, blue book, owner loved, custom jetted & hyper-air with +25% more HP! Serious buyers only. NC/Ns/A-21 Sept 11



For Sale; Rarely used original branded sunglasses from personal collection. Some iconic collector items! Brands: Ray-Ban, Oakley, Oliver Peoples, & Hugo Boss. Please e-mail to: <> for list, details, & pictures. Sanur. [221]

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Looking For; Dive tanks, dive compressor, weight for weight belt. Please contact: 0821 4615 9192. [222] For Sale; Vinyl records in very good condition: 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, pop, movies soundtrack, soul, rock n roll, rhythm n blues, Rp. 100.000 each (60 pieces for Rp. 4 juta, no list). Tel: 0878 6029 0965. Kuta. [223] For Sale; Turntable for LP (Vinyl records) Llaker brand (= Thorens TD 170). Direct belt driving. Stroboscope speed regulator. Perfect condition. Rp. 950.000. Tel: 0878 6029 0965. Kuta. [224]

Art Vision Bali

Jl. Yudistira I, No. 1 Kunti II, Seminyak Bali - Indonesia Ph. +62 361 736 999 / 7820 999 Fx. +62 361 736 998 Email:

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For Sale; Aloe vera plants for sale. This plant is very useful, soothing sunburn etc. other plants available too. Contact 0857 3802 0048. Denpasar. [058]

For Sale; 2 Do-It-Yourself homekits anti-aging medical grade natural items. Great for enhancing your wellness at home. IDR 2,350,000 (4 weeks supply). Unused gifts. Call/text Ardi 0361-743 6036. Kerobokan. [225]

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For Sale; Aqua bottle ceramic holder with tap. Dark blue color, like new, no chips. Rp. 50,000. Call or SMS 0361-746 0113. Legian. [186] For Sale; iPhone 4, 32 GB, white FU (factory unlock), warranty Apple Indonesia XL until July 2012, 99% condition like new, complete box, manual book, sim eject, charger, earphone. Sell for Rp. 5.9 million. Hp. 0812 3612 6777. [187] Moving Sale; Gazebo. Coconut wood, alang alang roof. 250/250 with barristers 3.5 million. Teak antique door 140/265, 3.5 Million. Contact 0821 4491 1944. Umalas. [188] For Sale; Stylish stainless steel ‘side-by-side’ fridge & freezer by LG. Perfect condition. 90 cm wide, 67 cm deep, 175 cm tall. Bought in 2009 for 9 million, selling 6,5 million. For photos/more details contact <ihelland@>/ 0815 5872 5972. Sanur. [189]

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For Sale; Part for iPhone 4G. LCD and back case white. Text me: 0819 9905 5544. Please email: <care_>. Kerobokan. [190] For Sale; iPhone 4G 16 GB excellent conditon like new. no scratch with screen guard and back cover. Come with charger, data cable, unlocked by Gevey. Sale Rp. 4 million. Text me: 0819 9905 5544. Kerobokan. [191] For Sale; Roland TD12 synthetic electric drum kit, 1 year old, shipped in from England, only Rp. 20.000.000. Contact Jack 0878 6105 0750 or e-mail <lpclothing@>. Kuta. [192] For Sale; All for the baby: wooden baby-bed with accessory padding (400.000), feeding-chair(250.000), complete travel-bed (300.000), bed-mobile (100.000), new baby-phone (200.000), babystroller (400.000), bottle steamer (100.000) - all equipment in good condition. Call 081 2380 2728. Jimbaran. [005]

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For Sale; Apple iBook G3/ G4 14”, replacement battery. Brand new unused in factory sealed box. Brought personally directly from USA. Fits many different Mac models. Impossible to find in Bali. Rp. 850, 000. Tel: 0821 4782 9120. Legian. [195]

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For Sale; Blazer car accessories, One as new left side mirror & casing for Blazer complete. 300.000rpt included right/s-mirror casing (no mirror). Nett prices. Original for Blazer Montera non eletric. SMS 0813 3747 4477 English. Blahbatuh. [197] Private Sale; Shure Beta 87/A. Supercardioid L3 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. SMS English 0813 3747 4477. Pantai Saba Blahbatuh. [198]

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For Sale: Industrial quality respirator/ dust mask. 3M 8247 model. New in package. Organic vapor relief carbon filter, the best model for protection while driving motorbike. Rp. 100,000. Call or SMS 0361746 0113. Legian. [180] For Sale; Mike Stewart Science bodyboard MS3 41.5”. Polypro core with stringers. Good condition, yellow top, red bottom. Rp. 900,000 nego. Call or SMS 0361-746 0113. Legian. [181] For Sale; Ewa Marine VPC waterproof housing for small camcorders. Bought for my Sony DCR-PC5 but lost camera and never used. Still new with case and original accessories. Only Rp. 1 million nego. Please call 0361-746 0113. Legian. [182] For Sale; Hydro Bodysurfer, orange color, new condition. Hand held plastic plane with leash for bodysurfing. Great fun! Rp. 125, 000. Call or SMS 0361-746 0113. Legian. [183]

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For Sale; Wilson tennis bag. Brand new. Never used. Came with tennis racquet purchase. Holds up to 6 raquets. Black color with gold trim and logo. Carry with shoulder strap or back pack style. 200,000 rp. 0821 4489 9425. Kerobokan. [073]

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For Sale; Surfboard: Mtwoodgee, Ian Byrne, three star “deep six” channel bottom. 6,8 x 18 1/2 x 2 5/16ths. Perfect padang board. Super sick mini gun. Only surfed 10 times. Perfect condition. No dings. 1.9 mill no nego. 0821 4638 1274. Bukit. [075] For Sale; Fridge/freezer 2 doors, Electrolux type ER5106DSX. Silver. Only a few months used. (80x175) (new 2000 $) Price: 8,7 Mio Rp. Ayu 081 2399 3409; <>. Tabanan. [076]

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

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For Sale; Used golf club fullset Mizuno 3mio ONO. Call 081 7939 9777, <>. Jimbaran. [027]

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For Sale; Compaq Server ML350 Proliant, 300, 000 final price. CPU only. Excellent condition. Text message 0361 310 4838. <>. Seminyak. [010]

For Sale; 15 meter Antenna mast/pole used for internet connection. Contact me if you’re interested. For info sms me at 0361 310 4838, or e-mail me at <indiego_dk@>. Seminyak. [013]

For Sale; PlayStation II (manufactured in Japan, best quality). Memory card, original joysticks. Excellent condition. 1.000.000 final price. Text message 0361 310 4838. <indiego_dk@>. Seminyak. [011]

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I am moving and have old recycled teak wood I want to sell. It is about 1.5 cubic meters of various sizes including some pillars. Call 423 595 / 0812 3607 4711 or e-mail <sohanabali@gmail. com>. Kerobokan. [015]

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By Ayu Spicy

Delicious International Dishes (Indonesian Language Version available at It was the day of Cat’s 60th birthday party and my cook had been ill with Chicken Pox for a week. I had to quickly come up with finger food for the pot luck High Tea Party and it had to be easy as there was decorating to do and photos to print out. Two packets of smoked mahi mahi, a few other ingredients and my trusty 30 year old food processor saved the day. Cat’s 60th Birthday Smoked Mahi Mahi Canapés Makes about 24 canapés Ingredients: - 1 Tbl. capers - 1 Tbl. dill, chopped, plus 24 sprigs for garnish - 2 tsp. shallots, coarsely chopped - a dash or two of tobasco - 200 gr. or 1 package of smoked mahi mahi or other smoked fish (available at Dijon) - 250 gr. cream cheese, softened - salt and pepper to taste - 10 baby tomatoes, sliced for garnish - 1 or 2 baguettes depending on length

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Directions: While the machine is running, drop into a food processor the capers, dill, and shallots and process until finely chopped. Add a dash or two of Tobasco and the smoked mahi mahi and whirl until the fish is just chopped. Now add the softened cream cheese and process until well mixed. Check for salt - you may not need any if the fish is salty - add pepper to your taste. You may also prefer more Tobasco. Slice the baguette on the diagonal about ½ to 1 cm thick until you have about 24 pieces. Slather the fish mixture on each one and garnish with a slice of baby tomato and a sprig of dill. Note: If you don’t have a food processor finely chop all the ingredients by hand and mix with the cream cheese. Note: You can make the cream cheese mixture a day ahead and store in the fridge but make sure to spread it on the bread at room temperature. Happy Birthday!

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 You can read all past articles of Food Glorious Food at C/E/G-24 August 11

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For Sale; Nokia E 71 black, complete, 99% condition asked 1,4 mil nego. Call: 081 1380 6646. Dps. [006] For Sale; Professional video camera: Sony DSR-PD100A. Including extra battery (NPF960) and Water/air tight Pellican case. Excellent deal for only 14 million (paid 26 million). Text message 0361 310 4838. <indiego_dk@>. Seminyak. [007]

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Question: My wife of 5 years moved out 18 months ago. She left me with an empty house, an empty bank account and a very broken heart. Since she left, we have tried “dating” each other, having random intimate encounters (all of which have been incredible). At one point, there was even talk of us moving back in together. We have remained apart because she is not sure what she wants. She says things like, “This is just never going to work,” “I want to see other people,” and “I don’t want to hurt you, but I can’t make a decision.” I know she has seen someone else during this separation and has even slept with him (once, she says). This fact is driving me to intense depression. The mental images of her with someone else haunt my waking thoughts. I have been approached by other women, but I am still very much in love with my wife, however misdirected that may be. I feel like I would spend my life looking for her replacement. I have read some of your articles, and realize that time is the ultimate healer, but time is killing me. Help! Dr. ZZ: Time heals certain things, but both persons must be interested in healing. From what you say, your wife is -- at the very least -- ambivalent. More than ambivalent, she actually sounds opposed to getting back together. It is hard to say without hearing from her, but she may be trying to protect you from hurting by staying connected with you. At the same time, she has also said that she does not want to get back together. Perhaps you are suffering from wishful thinking. If so, then your pain will continue on and on. You need to take a realistic look at the situation and accept the cold, hard fact. If fact says, “No hope,” then it is time to move on. You have been grieving for 18 months. If you had let go by now, chances are your grief would be much less. There is nothing to gain by continuing to grieve. Question: My boyfriend is Asian and I am European. We lived together for six months earlier this year in China, and last month he came to spend a month with me here in Bali. When he arrived, his plans were to stay for only two weeks, but we had such a great time together that he extended his return date until the maximum deadline that his ticket would allow. Right up until the time he left for the airport, he was all over me with endearments and affection. But, now that he’s home again, he has emailed to say that he no longer wants to be romantically involved. He says he doesn’t love me at this time, and he wants to stay friends. He says, “Maybe I need more time.” This is irksome because my plans are set to start living and working with him in his country next month. All my friends

and connections there are his friends and connections, and I rely on them to get going. My hope is that once I arrive, he will change his mind. We’ve had a history of his wavering in the relationship. Men in his culture are generally slow to commit, and where I am a foreigner, I buck all the traditional models he holds when it comes to his career and other focuses he had before we met. At this point, I don’t know whether to follow through with my plans or to ditch the whole idea. What do your suggest? Dr. ZZ: There is no right, wrong, “should,” or “ought to”; so, regardless of what I or anyone else may advise, inevitably you are going to do whatever you do, based on experiences you have yet to give yourself. If what you are faced with is familiar and you’ve had enough of it already, you will get on with your life and leave this fellow behind (“Been there, done that”). If you haven’t had enough yet, and you need or want more, then you will choose to go through it again. Yet, if something else presents itself, and you want to experience that instead, you may choose to go another route. Ultimately, each of us makes the best choices we can in order to be our happiest. That said, the number one repeated mistake women make when engaged in the man/woman game is in failing to hear and believe what men say about themselves. This man has told you that the two of you are not compatible, and that he realizes he is not in love with you. From these declarations, you are striving to build a relationship based on his one possible afterthought that he maybe needs more time. This is not to blame. Most women would probably attempt to do the same thing. But the word “maybe” does not mean yes. It may instead be a polite way of saying no. Thus, I invite you to be strong and self-reliant. There is no one available to pick you up and carry you around; that went out with childhood. If others come through for you, enjoy it; if they don’t, handle it. Trust the Universe to provide the next step, and trust yourself to survive. If all else fails, you may do well to heed the lyrics of the ol’ Kenny Rogers song: “You gotta’ know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em, Know when to walk away, and know when to run. You never count your money when you’re sittin’ at the table. There’ll be time enough for countin’ when the dealin’s done.”

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3. Erase your tracks Internet Explorer 8 and later, offer InPrivate browsing that leaves no trace of specific Web activity. Internet Explorer also keeps a record of your passwords and every page you visit, even after you’ve closed them and logged out. 3a. Disable this feature that stores passwords Before you go to the Web, turn off the Internet Explorer feature that “remembers” your passwords. 1. In Internet Explorer, click Tools, and then click Internet Options. 2. Click the Content tab, and then click Settings, next to AutoComplete. 3. Click to clear both check boxes having to do with passwords. 3b. Delete your temporary Internet files and your history When you finish your use of a public computer, you can help protect your private information by deleting your temporary Internet files. For information on how to delete temporary Internet files on Internet Explorer 7 and Internet Explorer 8, see Delete temporary Internet files. 4. Watch for over-the-shoulder snoops When you use a public computer, be on the look out for thieves who look over your shoulder or watch as you enter sensitive passwords to collect your information. Try to choose a computer work station that puts your back to the wall so no one can get behind you. If you are even more paranoid, you can check around for cameras that might be used to zoom in on your keyboard. 5. Don’t enter sensitive information into a public computer These measures provide some protection against casual hackers who use a public computer after you have. But keep in mind that an industrious thief might have installed sophisticated software on the public computer that records every keystroke and then e-mails that information back to the thief. Then it doesn’t matter if you haven’t saved your information or if you’ve erased your tracks. They still have access to this information. If you really want to be safe, avoid typing your credit card number or any other financial or otherwise sensitive information into any public computer. For example, just don’t log into web sites that require a password. If a thief can see or record one ot two of your passwords, it makes it very easy to guess other ones!

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For Sale; Nivea Sun lotion (SPF 50) 17 bottles Rp. 300,000 the lot. Tel. 081 2397 0129. Sanur. [048] For Sale; Lowepro backpack camera bag MicroTrekker, still in very good condition. Sell for Rp. 400.000 fix price. Contact Adi 081 292 5264. Denpasar. [018]

For Sale; Martha Tilaar Dewi Sri spa sensual body lotion. 19 bottles Rp. 400,000 the lot. Tel. 081 2397 0129. Sanur. [049] For Sale; Cigarette lighters crickets brand labeled “Smart” 3900 pieces. Rp. 5,600,000 the lot. Tel. 081 2397 0129. Sanur. [050]

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Yom Kippur: Seeking to connect with Jews or others interested in commemorating Yom Kippur on October 7th (evening) and/or Oct. 8th (morning) at my house in north Sanur. Please respond via email and I’ll send directions. Armin Rosencranz <>. [244]

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For Sale; Teak wood dressing table. Antique mirror and drawer 85x172 height x 48 weight, 3 juta. Teak poster bed antique furnished with mosquito net, mattress, 2 brand new set duvet cover, doona and pillow 135x220x196 hight. Bed only 5 juta, furnished 6.5 juta. Teak wood TV console 155 long x 50 large x 75 high, 4 drawers, 4 open space, DVD player, etc. 3.5 juta. SMS 081 835 0058. Kerobokan. [245]

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For Sale; Brand new coffee machine from ACE Hardware still in box. Paid Rp. 450 thou, will sell Rp. 300 thou OBO. Contact +62 878 6198 8111. Seminyak. [248] For Sale; Antique teak wood bed + 2 side tables. Simple clean lines w/ headboard. 180cm. Newly re-finished in a medium soft brown. Set for Rp. 3 million nego. Contact +62 878 6198 8111. Seminyak. [249]

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Wanted to Buy; Nokia E66 new or in almost new condition. Silver or black model. Dicari Nokia E66 baru atau dengan kondisi bagus. SMS or call +62 878 6198 8111. Seminyak. [250] For Sale; Books! Books! Books! Over 200 books mostly paperbacks ideal for holiday villas. All in English Rp. 10 thou per book but must buy minimum 20 books. +62 878 6198 8111. Seminyak. [251] For Sale; Linksys Wi-Fi modem, Rp. 500.000 or best offer. +62 878 6198 8111. Seminyak. [252] C/R/I-07 Sept 11

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Restaurant Review

By Gerry Williams E-mail:

Dining in the Garden! Sang Ria is not a Spanish drink but rather Indonesian for ‘the happy one’. Dining at Sang Ria certainly promotes that feeling with its garden setting that many other operators would have ruined by filling with extra seating. As a result you are far enough away from the busy gang to escape the traffic noise and pollution. Everything at Sang Ria is low key, there is none of the pushiness for which this coastal strip is renowned, just a friendly invitation to come in, relax, and enjoy what is mainly ‘comfort food’ at very budget prices. Enjoy, and come back again! The management of Sang Ria has a great track record, having previously established the quaint Waroeng Asia, up a side gang directly opposite Sang Ria, years ago that brought Thai café food to Bali very successfully. The food at Sang Ria is International but with more than just an Asian touch. Bruschettas, that popular anytime snack, are found on many menus in Bali, and not just in Italian restaurants. At Sang Ria they are a bit different, Mushroom and Tomato [with basil and both cheddar and mozzarella cheeses, on the traditional sliced toasted baguette] or Chicken [sliced chicken with coriander, onion and cheeses]. Just as popular are their Shrimp Kebabs [shrimp for Americans, prawn to anyone else] with a mango curry sauce. Salads are popular for lunch and the best here is their Watermelon and Feta, tossed with a dressing of orange and lemon, although I like the Avocado, Chicken and Crisp Bacon Salad, with just a touch of balsamico. Other Chicken options include the very healthy Chicken and Chickpeas [with potatoes, capsicums, onion, tomato and a tahini dressing] or a Vietnamese one just called Asian Salad. Being in the tourist belt means that Hamburgers are a must on any menu! You have a choice of the traditional [beef with bacon, onion, lettuce, tomato and cheese] or an Oriental [a combination of minced beef and lamb topped with coriander, cumin and paprika and an avocado salsa]. Sandwiches can be American Subs [smoked ham, bacon, cheese and things in a split baguette] or real ones between slices of brown bread and toasted. The soups are very International; from Mexico a Tortilla Soup [tomato broth with chicken and avocado pieces and tortilla

chips], Vietnam [chicken and noodles], Malaysian Laksa [chicken, prawns and rice noodles in a curry broth] and an International [pumpkin, lightly curried]. A Mexican touch is the small section of Burritos, tortillas wrapped around your choice of chicken, beef or shrimps, all combined with fresh crunchy lettuce, slices of tomato, avocado and crumbled cheese. Also a Vegetarian Burrito with red beans and feta cheese. They make a healthy lunch or a hearty snack. Many restaurants in Bali claim that they serve the Best Ribs! So do Sang Ria and I think they might just win the prize. A full rack greets you, pick up one of the rib bones and shake it, the big chunks of tender spicy meat just fall off! So tender, so tasty, so perfect! Not bad also are the accompanying roasted baby potatoes. They have been split in two…a secret, they are even better dipped in the BBQ sauce. Grills are on demand here, their Pork Chop is in a spicy sauce, the Chicken pre-marinated and grilled with cumin, coriander and paprika, Steaks are local [sirloin] or imported [eye fillet]. A Tempe, Mushroom and Vegetable Kebab is one of many healthy options. The Fish Steak is Mahi-Mahi, Bali’s no. 1 fish.


: Sang Ria


: Jln. Werkudara 5, Legian.


: 215.0404.


: 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m., [closed Sundays].

Smoking area

: Everywhere.


: Small area behind restaurant.


: Rp. 380,000 for two [+ drinks].

Credit Cards

: No landline.


: International.


: Limited.


: Friendly.


: Garden setting setting.


: Great value!

They tried but just could not keep from adding a few Thai specials to the menu, as all their regulars from Waroeng Asia kept demanding them. A classic Green Mango Salad with Shrimps, the Pork and Eggplant Green Curry and a great vegetable Red Curry of Pumpkin and Chickpeas [curries with a bit of a bite, real ones]. There are also Indonesian style curries [coconut milk the usual base], chicken with potato, fish or a vegetarian one with tofu. Sang Ria is in the tourist belt so obviously caters for them with a wide range of snacks, light and full meals, but the quality and value is so good that it is also a ‘goto’ spot for local expats. An extra bonus, Sang Ria offers parking in an area where that is very hard to find. That also comes in handy when looking for a breakfast spot in the Legian area. They offer traditional egg breakfasts, either International or Indonesian style, as well as all the healthy options.

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.

Sang Ria is another new quality restaurant, serving food with plenty of taste, at very reasonable prices. The pleasant garden setting tempts you to stay even after your meal has finished. Live music in the evening is also an attraction for many.

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.

Copyright © 2011 Gerry Williams


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Update Warisan celebrated its 20th birthday on September 9. The original little Café Warisan was the trail blazer! It was the 1st quality restaurant to open outside of the protective custody of a 5 star hotel, and survive. That survival was not however instant [1st as Italian, then Vietnamese and finally French in three different stages], and it was not until the kitchen talents of French Chef DouDou started getting rave reviews that the real Café Warisan was born. In the early days the restaurant was totally surrounded by rice paddies, a lone building standing on an empty road. The courtyard was only dirt and the upstairs dining was very basic, but the food was sublime. Now the new Warisan, with new management and chef, presents a totally different image. It now has a relaxed elegance, although still with a Balinese feel to it unlike so many other places built of concrete and glass. The food is refined, still European but with a distinct Asian touch. Pan fried foie gras on vanilla rhubarb chutney with spiced coulis, black truffle pesto and pata negra belota ham is fine dining, old style, whilst Crispy Gyoza stuffed with a fusion of snail and Shitake mushroom drizzled with a garlic butter emulsion is an Asian creation. Gratinated Oysters will remind Australians of Oyster Mornay from a bygone era when specialty Oyster menus were standard in leading restaurants. Warisan’s Chicken roll stuffed with goat cheese wrapped with Bresaola [air-dried salted beef] and perfumed with rosemary, served with Gnocchi al pesto is an example of the new innovative cuisine at Warisan, as is their Duo of pan-fried scallop and prawn with green risotto, asparagus and carrot ginger coulis [pictured]. The legend continues…..

For Sale; Channel belt gold chain, Authentic Chanel private collection. Used with care still in a very mint condition comes with the original box. bought $900+ selling for only IDR 3M. Serious buyer only. Jimbaran. <chisse@yahoo. com> or SMS 0818 0318 0777. [042] Unwanted gift for sale, baby stroller Mothercare JIVE pink umbrella stroller, suitable for girl 6m-4y. very light, easy to fold. Condition new with tag packed in plastic and original box. Bought IDR 990K selling for only IDR 750K. Jimbaran. <>. SMS 08180 318 0777. [043] C/R/I-27 July 11

Topeng is the restaurant at the new Kupu-Kupu Barong Suites at Jimbaran, In fact it is almost 5 restaurants in one; a street-side terrace and one facing the inside garden, a central restaurant area, a bar to enjoy drinks and tapas with small private caged wi-fi areas, and a pastry shop [spicy Beef Rendang Pies, Onion & Bacon Quiches, Classic Napoleons and an interesting Cranberry & Pear Cake] from where you can purchase to take home or eat there. The restaurant food is also interesting, Escargot with Fennel, a Salad of Artichokes and Calf Liver in raspberry vinaigrette, and the usual Pizzas and Pastas. One section of the menu tells the nationality of their young chef, Belgian Corner. Top of the list is the northern Vlaamse Stovers, that classic beef in black beer but another item, Sausages and Mash, is a ring-in [unless Belgium has conquered England?].

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Crazy Cow has now re-opened after its essential closure for new kitchen and extensions.

This amazing little ‘black and white’ restaurant in Jln. Umalas II had to close down for a month as it was bursting at the seams! Crazy Cow still offers simple fare at budget prices. Italian style Stuffed Pasties or Coconut Coated Prawns with sweet chilli sauce are typical of the entrees, Honey Glazed Pork Ribs, Spanish Chicken and Seafood Paella and a host of Spanish Tapas. Mission Statements are all the rage these days but the one at Crazy Cow is a bit different….To Make You Fat! In other words, eat and enjoy!

Champs is the new name for what was Flying Piano, on Jln. Werkudara [the old Rum

Jungle Road], Legian Without Pedro, and his magic fingers on the keyboards, Flying Piano was never going to survive. It is now yet another sports bar with a tourist-oriented menu [a little bit of everything] and the accent on beverage sales. How many sports bar in the area, probably at least 20 within a square km. With a big month coming up with Rugby World Cup, Rugby League and AFL finals in prime daytime from Australia, they all should be busy. But come the cricket season?

Bale Timbang involves a trip back to nature! It is found on Jln. Trenggana [opp. Penatih Petrol Station], the back road that connects north Denpasar with Ubud. The grounds have not been landscaped, the many very basic bales [of many different sizes] are scattered amongst the trees, scrub and stones. Food is also basic, Indonesian of course. Ayam can be Goreng or Bakar, the sambals; Uleg Terasi, Matah, Kecap Manis or Belimbing. The Fish, or Squid, with Asem Manis or Saus Tiram. There are many other very local dishes that almost defy translation. Extrablatt,

the German warung in Jln. Nakula, Legian [opposite the once popular Villa Rumah Manis, which is now being demolished] has moved, but only to next door. The original building is being gutted, and this popular little restaurant [where almost every dish costs less than $5] now extends across three shop fronts. Old favourite is their Hackbraten [German Meatloaf], served in a paprika cream sauce with those wonderful thin crisp German Pan-fried potatoes. Roast Pork in beer sauce and many great other dishes including a very non-German one; Chilli con Carne [the best version, of this almost universal dish, to be found in Bali].

Monsoon is the latest inhabitant of the most used restaurant location in Bali [Nine,

R.H.U.M, Warung Desaku and Barcelona were just a few of the most recent names that failed to flourish here, and there were many before them]. This Jln. Werkudara [once called Rum Jungle Road], Legian site is not jinxed, it has just had a series of management which was less than successful. This time around it does look more professional, less flash and more as if it means business. The food is best described as ‘comfort food’, and at value prices, a tried and tested formula when wooing the fickle passing tourist trade. Lamb features regularly on this menu; Lamb Burgers, Lamb Kofte [balls of pan-fried minced lamb in mint yoghurt], Lamb Spaghetti Bolognese [sauce a combo of minced lamb and black olives], Lamb Chop and the Meat Buster Gourmet Pizza topped with Lamb Merguez and salami. Other tempting items include Moroccan Chicken Kebabs, Chorizo Fettuccine Carbonara and a range of pastries, meat pies and sausage rolls, with a decided Australian presence. Gerry Williams For more information see our website:


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For Sale; 6 pieces wedding dress minimalist and simple design, all in good condition. Sell for all Rp. 3.000.000, fix price. For more information contact Adi 081 2392 5264. Denpasar. [020] For Sale; Surfboard Jimmy Lewis Hawaii Secret Weapon. Sandwich Epoxy Tuflite. 7,9 x 21 3/4 x 2 3/4. Green and white with deck pad Like new perfect for the big boy, lots of paddle power, 4.500.000 rp. SMS 0819 3624 8599. [021]

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For Sale; Surfboard 6.8 x 22 1/2 x 2 7/8. Double wing tail. quad or thruster set up. Paddles like a longboard and surfs like a short board. Epoxy Sandwich construction (like Surftech) custom made. like new 4.750.000 rp. SMS 0819 3624 8599. [022] For Sale; New spares and parts Kawasaki Dirt Tracker 150, original 14 inch rims and road tyres, exhaust, oil filter, cables, globes, spark plugs, sale price 1 mil or offers cash, Terry. Sanur 0813 3813 6110. [205]

For Sale; Nokia battery, charger and handsfree. Charger AC-3E and AC-8E, battery BL-5C, handsfree HS-105. 100% new and genuine charger originally comes from new Nokia phone in box. Each worth Rp. 300,000 at Nokia store. Call only, no SMS. 083 1181 9816. <alexbalietc@gmail. com>. [024] For Sale; Professional shoulder HDV camcorder Sony HXR-MC1500, mint condition, still in warranty. Box and original accesories supplied, extra bags. Sell Rp. 13.000.000, negotiable. Contact Adi 081 2392 5264. Denpasar. [017] For Sale; HP Pentium III, 500mhz, memory 512mb, CPU, keyboard and mouse included, no monitor. 800, 000 final price. Excellent condition. Text message 0361 310 4838. <indiego_dk@>. Seminyak. [009] For Sale; Guitar Monterey Spider resonator electric acoustic from Australia with hard case and strings. 5 juta - five ONO. HP. 0813 3854 9492. Sanur. [004]

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For Sale; Brand new wedding kebaya, white colour with full application of imported beads, never used, size S/M. Bought for 1.1mil, sell for only 550thou. SMS me your email for pics. Mark 0878 3523 5401. Denpasar. [052] For Sale; Malibu dry oil spray (SPF 15) 28 bottles, Protective sun lotion (SPF 15) 6 bottles, Protective sun lotion (SPF 20) 3 bottles, Soothing after sun 22 bottles. Rp.1.500.000 the lot. Tel. 081 2397 0129. Sanur.


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For Sale; Spear big pelagic fish (tuna, wahoo, mahimahi) with world’s best freediving gear. New unused Riffe wooden & s/s gun (standard 43) w/extra titanium shaft, 30 ft. USA 9/16th (refrigerated) rubber to refit gun w/new ends, cables, crimps, tools & spare parts. Complete 50 ft. floatline & fiber buoy runaway system. four varying thickness (1 thru 3mm) skinsuits w/high spf 85 factor protection, bacalava head cover, two sets “powerpaddle” webbed glove hand-fins, new Cressi one-meter fins, weight belts, traveling “knockdown” threeprong Hawaiian spear for baitkill, & many new accessories including two sets high-quality goggles and fins with s/s & carbonfiber knives, two s/s fish stringers, many netbags etc. Lifetime collection offered cheap due to ruptured eardrum. Sell all or nothing $1,000 firm. See DVDs of pro Kona divers fish kill w/ Kerry in Amed 0812 3646 1859 [001]

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For Sale; Modena stainless steel cooker with 4 gas burners and oven, plus cooker hood (can be used without extraction, carbon filter reduces smell/fumes). Selling as a set. Perfect condition. Bought new 7 million, selling 4,5 million. 0815 5872 5972 / <ihelland@>. Sanur. [032]

For Sale; Baby-carrier, Moby Wrap copy, as new. I made a copy of the award-winning baby-carrier in a thinner fabric, doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get as warm. Soft fabric, many positions, very comfortable. Beige cotton. See www. mobywrap. com Rp. 150,000. Contact 0815 5872 5972 / <ihelland@>. Sanur. [034]

For Sale; Salon equipment: mirror, hair wash chair, face steamer, hair steamer, HF facial, wall & ceiling lamp, sterilizer, etc. 4 AC, bed massage, 3 bath tub, 1 water heater Ariston 100 L, bedside table, scanner Cannon 300 ex, 2 sun lounger, certains. Chandra: 741 3376. Kuta. [038]

For Sale; Baby bouncy chair by Bright Starts, with removable toy bar where you can attach favorite toys, cushioned head support pillow, and music box/ vibration. Pink colour scheme, washable fabric, as new. Rp. 300,000. Contact 0815 5872 5972 / <ihelland@hotmail. com>. Sanur. [035]


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The Sun enters Libra on the 23rd September and marks the Spring Equinox. Mercury follows along on the 26th and then the New Moon in Libra on the 27th at 4 degrees. This is a good fortnight to restore some balance and harmony in your life, after the tension of the past couple of months. As the Equinox calls you to set your priorities for the next year and clarify your heart’s desires in order to bring about their manifestation, the stirrings of spring passions are provoked. Pluto and Uranus begin to pull away from each other and their square formation. For now, at least, we get a little reprieve from the intensity of transformation. Mars recently moved into Leo and is busy promoting itself with a sense of grandeur. It teams up with Uranus to begin this fortnight and no doubt insists on a little extroverted activity. By the New Moon, the Moon will have 4 Planets in Libra along with her. That’s a lot of niceness and a great deal of diplomacy taking place. The New Moon is square to Pluto and creates a T-square to Uranus and will bring with it the need to create a balance and sense of compromise with regard the recent changes that have taken place. So in Truth we are not really out of the woods just yet. It’s just that people are being kinder to each other and more willing to strike that balance or aim towards a sense of equilibrium. NEW MOON 4 Libra 00 September 27, 2011 7:10 p.m.

ARIES: Just as Mars moves out of overemotional Cancer, the Planets begin to line up in your polar opposite sign, Libra. What that means for you is the eternal balance barometer is on and as you endeavor to branch out on your own are thwarted in your attempts. Oppositions are always about you and another and the stress or harmony that can be created between the two of you. The choice is always yours, and really depends on how you choose to react to situations as they arise. You can do as you always did, or you can strike a new balance. Be aware of your ego tendencies at this time as they are running rather high right now.

LIBRA: This is quite a magnificent fortnight with so many Planets in your sign. As I’ve mentioned though, the challenges remain and you will be stretched along with the rest of us. So much restoration appears to be ongoing within relationship and the status changes regularly. The key is to stay open to the present without dragging the past into the communication. This is much easier said than done, although it is the task at hand, right now. How will you manage this and what skills have you acquired that will support you in this? It could be time to utilize all those books you’ve read, courses you’ve been to and recordings listened to.

TAURUS: Venus teams up with Saturn at the end of this fortnight and attempts to bring some boundaries to your relationship. I say attempts, because the Full Moon in Aries in October sits in opposition to this connection and will probably blow it all apart again. It could be a case of you, the other, or both of you saying what the other person wants to hear rather than what they/you really mean or want. Oh how confusing this can be and that is just the point you may have reached by Full Moon; explosive. Aries has a tendency to strike out on it’s own when there is too much friction. Remember it is possible to be compromising.

SCORPIO: As the New Moon incorporates your ruler, this is set to be another interesting month of surprises. Emotions will be provoked from all angles and although the tendency is to keep things running smoothly and looking cool, it is going to be a bit of a challenge to succeed at it. You, like many will have an urge to venture out on your own and will be confronted by a sense of unfairness when it comes to sharing these experiences with others. You tend to look at your own needs first anyway and this is a good thing, it’s just that sharing is probably going to bring better results and more harmonious living and working experiences.

GEMINI: Mercury does a short stint in Libra and has you as the life of the party and impossibly polite and well mannered. For those of you who are normally rather brash and short-tempered you will find this like a breath of fresh air, as will the people in your life. The mind will be busy weighing up the pros and the cons this fortnight and more than likely procrastinating a great deal. Never mind, everyone else is pretty much in the same boat as you, so perhaps between all of us, we can come to a decision. Any of you with a flair for the poetic, now is a great time to put pen to paper or fingers to the keyboard. An awesome time for romance.

SAGITTARIUS: Better aspects for you this fortnight and you may want to take others with you on your current adventures. There seems to be a flow of harmony which suites your style. Although Jupiter is still plodding along in retrograde Taurus, you are doing just fine and even feel o.k. with stopping to admire the view or waiting for a friend to catch up with you. This is a movement away from your usual more boisterous approach to life. Understanding that companionship can offer a new perspective on life, and one that can be as fulfilling as solo adventures, is the revelation this fortnight. Boldly embrace change with playfulness.

CANCER: This is a bit of a challenging fortnight all round really. With Cancer as the missing leg to the T-square between Uranus, Pluto and New Moon many of you will be feeling the inner stress and tension. Balancing relationships in all areas of your life is the major theme right now. This then is a cycle where you can bring creativity and gentleness to the table. Perhaps it is your kind-hearted ways, which will change everything for all concerned. Let this challenge strengthen you rather than wear you down. Experiment with new ways of doing things. This is what Uranus in Aries is calling for. It’s just a new operating system.

CAPRICORN: Saturn your ruler, is joined by the inner Planets this month and brings some swift encounters which will reshape your life and possibly your love life. Again Pluto in your sign is highlighted at the beginning of the Lunar Month to promote just a little more transformation through challenge. Some stimulation is added though by these new relationships which are manifesting in your life at this time. Although Libra offers a square formation it brings you beauty, peace, harmony and a sense of tranquility if you but allow it. Where is your life in need of a little tranquility? If you push life too hard you will be forced to rest.

LEO: Well there’s good news and there’s good news for once. Mars in your sign bringing loads of energy and all that lovely Libran vibration, wanting you to dress up and make yourself look very beautiful and flamboyant. The only possible glitch is those with late degrees Leo Planets being opposed by Neptune in Aquarius. A little foggy in that instance otherwise it’s a great time to be enjoying relationship in all it’s forms and a particularly good time for socializing. If you have a project that’s been on the back burner for a while, now is the time to get it off the ground. You will have the capacity to inspire many.

AQUARIUS: This backward and forward momentum is pulling on your body’s reserves. It could be that it is time for you to rest up a little, to find a little sanctuary of peace and harmony to restore your polarities to a sense of balance. Are you getting enough one on one time or are you spreading yourself too thinly, among too many people? Perhaps the former would restore you a little more right now. Who are the important people in your life, the one’s who allow you to really drop your guard and to feel nourished and supported in their company? These are the ones to seek out now, and allow your self to be nurtured.

VIRGO: It’s the end of the yearly birthday bash and you are now settling into what it feels like to begin another round of the Sun. Much has happened recently which brings us all to a time of sharing, for now it is through sharing our experiences that we gather critical information which will enable us to move forward. With a tendency to want to go our individual ways, the heart is calling us to unite and share, for it is through this that we understand and learn to listen and see our brothers and sisters with new eyes. By holding on too tightly to our ideals we lose the potential to really meet another persons point of view.

PISCES: Apart from Chiron in Pisces there are no Celestial Bodies apart from the transiting Moon in water signs. A load of air and some of it hot, sets you adrift in a rather steamy environment. A good time to gather some solid friends and place your self near a watery body, like a lake, river or ocean. You are integrating and processing a lot right now, although a sounding board is better for you, than isolation. This is the time to create community around your self, no matter how big or how small. If the level of communication begins to confuse you, find a reliable person to mull over ideas with. A good time to keep a journal.

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HECTOR’S Literary Moments On its first reading, 50 years ago, Somerset Maugham’s Of Human Bondage struck your diarist as an immensely clever narrative and its chief character – he is not the hero of the tale by any stretch – Philip Carey as a vaguely annoying young man. At that time your diarist was a vaguely annoying young man himself. Now, via the new world of Kindle, a second reading is being attempted. This is a hard task because in the intervening half century Philip, who is possibly as selfish as Madame Bovary, has turned into an absolute wretch; a crucible of indecision; a fulcrum of foolishness. Where, before, you could (albeit barely) sympathise with the young man’s obsession with Mildred Rodgers, or at least understand it, now you can’t. The fellow’s an idiot. Of course, on that first reading all those years ago, faint echoes remained of the English world of (then) 50 years before that Maugham sought to describe. There was still an essential civility about things in the 1950s. The empire was but newly dead – its corpse barely stiffened, you could say – and there remained some certitude upon which one could fix one’s gaze while hoping for the best. This is no longer the case. England is now run by Mildred Rodgers’s. Wastrels like Philip Carey have disappeared and have been replaced by a “good-thinking” class of very dubious provenance. One supposes Maugham might be rolling in his grave to think of this. But never mind, he still tells a good story.

Bank on it (Again) This year’s Ubud Writers and Readers Festival (October 6-9) was thrown a life-ring on September 1 when PT ANZ Panin Bank – the Indonesian subsidiary of the big Australian bank – fronted up with lots of naming-sponsor money. We can all be glad of that, because the UWRF is now an institution as well as a perennial calendar date and it does a marvellous job of reflecting Indonesian writing to the world as well as bringing international literary interest here. ANZ is justly reputed for its support of the cultural and sporting world. It backs Australia’s famed Archibald prize (for portrait art), the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the Australian Open tennis. Its commitment to commensurate levels of sponsorship here, through Panin, is very welcome indeed. UWRF director and founder Janet de Neefe said in her September 1 announcement: “On the eve of launching what we believe is our most enthralling and inspirational programme ever, we take great heart from knowing that ANZ, our newest and most generous sponsor, shares our aim to make a positive difference in people’s lives.” Last year’s festival was sponsored by Citibank in a deal promoted as a three-year naming-rights arrangement, though apparently this was on the basis of an unsigned email. Ah well, this is Bali. Citibank then ran into a few little difficulties with grand theft within its precincts and revelations that its outsourced credit card debt collection service left rather a lot to be desired, since in one instance it converted a defaulting account into a deceased account. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it later pulled the pin on the UWRF. Now that ANZ has filled the breach – in a rather more generous way, we understand – De Neefe and her fellow fiestanistas at Ubud can probably allow themselves two sighs of relief. One for the money and the other for the departure of a sponsor whose public image is perhaps not quite in line with the festival’s preferred position on literature, social responsibility, and several other things. De Neefe said: “This is a happy, happy day for this, our eighth Festival. When our 2010 naming rights sponsor defaulted at almost the eleventh hour, we were devastated, but determined that Indonesia’s premier literary event would go ahead untarnished and proud.” ANZ’s local CEO, Joseph Abraham, said of the deal: “We are pleased to support the ANZ Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, rated as one of the world’s top six literary festivals. The festival also enables us to show our support for Bali and the development of Indonesian literature and culture. It is also a great proposition for our customers, especially our retail customers and credit card holders,” stated Joseph Abraham, ANZ CEO Indonesia. Visit for full details of UWRF2011’s programme of events.

Good Works Those among us who do good works in support of the Balinese community are being very active at the moment. On September 23 Christina Iskandar and others are staging Heartstrings, an artistic showcase by the children of the YPAC centre for the handicapped. It’s at newly refurbished Warisan restaurant in Seminyak. The event is sure to be fun – especially since we understand that Bali’s dishiest


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spruiker, Diana Shearin, is emceeing – and those who fork out Rp450K for the set menu dinner will do so in the knowledge that a portion of those proceeds will go to YPAC. There are other entertainments involved, including an hour-long cocktails and canapés session, further fundraising efforts, and entertainment later by special guest stars Ozlem and Andy, Jasmin Suteja and Lisa Soul and Band. Fund-raising of a more energetic kind has been set for September 22-25 with a four-day barefoot walk – the first Bukit Walk for a Sustainable Future. The ROLE Foundation and SoleMen have joined forces to support children and women’s education and Bali’s environment. SoleMen Robert Epstone, Daniel Chieppa with his Balinese wife Yatna, and Beat Schmid de Gruneck will walk barefoot a circuit that will take them around the Bukit peninsula. During the event they will visit the Bali Life Foundation orphanage on the Bukit and a non-profit waste management project, Eco Surf Rescue Uluwatu. During the walk, ROLE Foundation hopes to attract new students. ROLE has invited unskilled women from the Bukit area to sign-up to its free education programme with courses in literacy and vocational skills training. The Bukit Walk for a Sustainable Future starts from ROLE’s Town Leaning Centre in Jl Siligita at Nusa Dua on Thursday, September 22, and passes through Ungasan, Pecatu, Uluwatu, Padang Padang, Dreamland and Jimbaran. The final leg includes Tanjung Benoa and Nusa Dua and ends with a children’s fun day at ROLE’s Eco-Learning Park at Sawangan on Sunday, September 25. ROLE was founded by Michael O’Leary in 2007. It is a registered charity in Indonesia.

Set for a Scrum The rugby world cup is in full swing, which we expect will shortly create some difficulties at The Cage since we are to host an old and dear friend visiting from Australia. No problem there, but this fellow has remained a New Zealand citizen, which is also not a problem unless rugby is involved. We expect some interesting exchanges as the competition progresses. In Bali, of course, we have our own rugby completion. The 2011 XP Xclusive Property Bali Rugby Fest is on at the Canggu Club over the weekend (September 24-25) organised by the Bali Rugby Club. As before the competition is in three divisions: Open Men’s 10’s; Indonesian Men’s 7’s (Incorporating the Indonesian National 7’s championship); and Open Women’s 7’s. It might not quite match the shenanigans in New Zealand, but it’s always fun. Details are available from the Bali Rugby Club.

Diary Date Don’t forget the Bali Pink Ribbon Walk. The annual trot-out is being held on October 23 to raise awareness of breast cancer. There’s a bazaar, music and entertainment, an auction and raffle, children’s activities – and spa cabins and food stalls provided by leading hotels in the Nusa Dua and Tanjung Benoa areas. There’s a modest registration fee for the event, which starts from in front of the BTDC office at Nusa Dua. And you get a free T shirt. Hector’s a starter. Details are available from the Bali International Women’s Association. They’re on Facebook and the web.

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Former Australian prime minister John Howard issued a statement after the death in mid-September of former Liberal minister and long-serving federal MP David Jull, who made a name for himself in many worthy ways during his political career but is mostly remembered, by those who keep a tally of demerits, as the minister who had to resign early in the Howard years for not knowing some of his Jl.Tangkuban Perahu No.1 Br.Pengubengan Klod-Kerobokan-Bali colleagues were rorting entitlements. It was an embarrassment for the then new PM. Here’s what Howard said: “He was a widely liked MP who enjoyed friendships across party divides. Janette and I extend our sympathy to his family and many friends, who will miss him greatly.” Jull, a bon vivant and well known to Hector in his former political years, was 66. He died of cancer. Hector can be contacted at He blogs at and is on Facebook: Hector McSquawky Copyright © 2011 Bali Advertiser You can read all past articles of Hector’s Diary at


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Home Security Essentials for Bali Residents By Al Hickey

With the alarming rash of home robberies and even killings during home invasions in Bali over the last year, it behooves the expat foreign resident to secure their homes. We’ve been robbed three times (one “outside” job and two “inside” jobs) in three different ways the ten years. Like many foreign residents of Bali, we built our villa in a remote rice-growing area. At first we didn’t socialize much with the locals, not realizing how important it was. Both our ignorance and our lack of interconnectedness with the surrounding community made us an easy target. Over time we have found that major religious holidays are particularly vulnerable times when incidents of theft become more frequent. Many expats vacate their homes for the Christmas or New Year holidays, another crucial time to consider your domestic security. The guidelines recommended below not only apply to high theft areas such as Petitenget, Umalas and other quiet neighborhoods surrounded by rice fields and not many other houses, but should also apply to residences located anywhere in Bali. Even the Penestanan neighborhood just south of Ubud experiences frequent break-ins. By taking just a few precautions, you can significantly reduce your risk exposure and maintain peace of mind without the need to buy mean attack dogs, bar up all of your windows and place ugly shards of broken glass on top of perimeter walls. Secure your Home There are special challenges to protecting home environments in overpopulated tropical areas. Gates, walls, doors, windows, alarm systems, external lights, and state-of-the-art electronic surveillance systems are all available on Bali either from retailers or supplied by professional security firms as a part of a security package. Have a plan. Don’t try to stop or threaten an intruder. Scream at the top of your lungs to alert neighbors. If robbers come in the back, run out the front. Decide on a meeting place for family members to gather. Doors and windows facing a yard or garden, even if surrounded by a high wall, should be considered the same thing as doors facing a public street. They should be fitted out with sturdy high-quality locks. Whenever occupants go out – even for 15 minutes - lights and the radio and/or TV should be turned on to make it appear someone is at home. High intensity 400-watt sensor lamps and door and window intrusion alarms can all be purchased at home appliances superstores like Ace (Mal Bali Galleria, Jl. Gatot Subroto 343 in Denpasar and at Mal Bali) and Mitra 10 (Jl. Gatot Subroto 405 and Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai 840842). The initial o n e - t i m e expense of installing these devices is costly, particularly if you have a large villa, but will give you peace of mind. Investing in a more expensive CCTV camera system will give added protection but don’t even bother setting up such sophisticated equipment unless you are able to call the mobile phone numbers of your closest neighbors, village headman and security guard with whom you should establish close relationships. Post important mobile numbers in large type on a wall and enter them into your contacts in your mobile phone for quick access. In case of a robbery, the following numbers should be called (in order of importance): hamlet or city kampung headman (kepala dusun), banjar head (klian adat), closest neighbor, village security (kepala pecalang), BIMAS (village police), village chief (perbekel or lurah), KAPOLSEK (head of police sector). Get as many of these local officials’ mobile numbers as you can so you or another family member can even call them in the dead of night. If you live in a housing complex or apartment building, get the personal mobile phone numbers of all day and night watchmen (satpam) charged with guarding the premises. Test the numbers and keep them up-to-date. Installing iron bars (trali) or grills on your windows or putting broken glass all along the top of your garden walls are both options but don’t look very attractive from both the inside and out and signals to would-be thieves that you have valuables inside. Alternatively,

tall cactus or prickly salak plants (buy in Sibetan or Pupuan) make effective natural physical deterrents against intruders. There is no reason for anyone to be on your property except PLN (electrical company) or PAM employees who are there to read your electrical or water meters. If someone does appear, be aware that privacy doesn’t mean the same thing in Bali as in first world countries. When someone climbs over your wall and jumps into your yard, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re being robbed. It may be that your neighbor is erecting a bamboo scaffold so he can fix his roof, or someone threw a ball over your wall or dropped a tool off their roof. Don’t freak out and call the police. Owners of villas and private homes should conform to standard policies for the safety and security of foreigners established by the Bali police which requires they file a STMD (Surat Tanda Melaporkan Diri) registration card with the POLSEK or POLRES police within 24 hours every time a new foreign guest stays in your home. Police stations provide a simple STMD form to fill out. You want to have a loyal dog that will bark uncontrollably anytime a stranger appears in your yard or knocks at the door or gate. Though they don’t require a salary, the home invader could poison the dog and an animal does not scare thieves as much as a person does. Also the dog may not bark at someone he or she knows, so don’t let your dog(s) accept food from anyone other than family members - not even from friends or neighbors. The best form of protection is a day or night watchman (satpam). You can choose the expensive option of hiring a fully trained satpam from a s e c u r i t y company, but you can most likely find a competent and trustworthy person living in your own city kampung or banjar (neighborhood communities) that would agree to an amount that would be much less. Plus there’s the added benefit of gaining more respect for giving back to your community.

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Leave it to the Professionals A number of real estate companies on Bali that rent and sell highend villas also manage properties. Their responsibilities include staffing, checking the property for damage and upkeep, pool and garden maintenance, and financial management of rental income while owners are away for the short or long term. They can also arrange, at a salary of Rp1.5 million to Rp1.7 million per month, for a watchman. Ubud Property (, tel. 0361-970-888) offers this complete top-to-bottom villa management service. Contact Eni ( A handful of specialized companies provide security packages for homes and businesses. Mandala Security, Jl. Teratai 28 X, Dukuh, Dauh Peken, Tabanan (tel. 0361-810-710, email: info@, website has branch offices on Jl. Bypass in Sanur and in Tuban. They employ professional guards at salaries that vary according to the minimum wage in force in each of Bali’s seven districts. Each guard graduates from a rigorous training course, may not be older than 38, has a minimum height 165 cm, and are subjected to psychological testing as well as personal, family and criminal background checks. Inquire with Ibu Kiky, tel. 081-239-873-37) about Mandala’s various security packages. Minimum contract is one year. Fortress installs electronic alarms, CCTV, perimeter detection, video entry, and network security packages in residential and commercial properties tailor-made to fit the client’s needs. The

Even if you invest in an elaborate system it’s still very important to be able to call for help. Try to establish sound relationships with your local kepala dusun or village head (on Bali, klian adat), the kepala pecalang (law and order officer), and BIMAS (village police). Make a point of meeting the local POLSEK or POLRES police chief so he can connect your telephone number and address with a face and a handshake. Ask the neighbors and police about the security situation in the kampung, apartment block or neighborhood before you buy or lease a villa or apartment. Get to know the guards personally along with their hand phone numbers, so they are more likely to alert you in case of a breakin progress or if one of your staff is unhappy. Maintain good relationships with your neighbors. You and/or your wife or husband should join in the village’s community preparations for ceremonies (ngayah) or community labor (kerja bakti) to repair or improve roads, bridges, etc. In lieu of labor, you are allowed to pay or send your handyman or gardener in your place. Attend funerals (ngaben), toothfilings (potong gigi), a child’s first cutting of hair (nelu bulanin), and weddings (pawiwahan). When you participate in the social goings on of your community, it dramatically increases your neighbors’ emotional investment in your family and stake in protecting your home. Copyright © 2011 Bali Advertiser You can read all past articles of BA Feature Article at

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A Blurb from the Kulture Kid! By Vaughan Hatch

Wayang Kulit – Ancient Balinese TV! All those eons ago before ‘those boxes’ were installed in every corner of this island (I personally chose my particular bank because I can watch sinetron while I queue…), puppet shows, known as wayang kulit, were the most effective way to reach the ears and eyes of the people. Based on stories from the two great Hindu Epics, Mahabharata and Ramayana, they served to inform, educate, moralise, and entertain the masses. Skilfully manipulated by a puppeteer who had not only trained in ancient Balinese language, philosophy and singing, but also was well versed in religion, politics and sociology, the shows were eagerly watched by hundreds of Balinese in villages on a regular basis. The flickering shadows were always created using a hanging coconut oil lamp called a damar that made the image appear alive, breathing and pulsing with the sway of the lamp in the night air. As there was no electricity, there was no microphone or sound system for the puppeteer – he simply had to be damned good at vocalising. An intimate quartet of 10-keyed xylophones was his only accompaniment, creating a cosy, magical and earthy atmosphere. Shows were long, as they still are in Java (up to seven hours!), but because most of the audience were rice farmers, they didn’t have to clock in at a certain time for work each day. Philosophy was a big part of the shows, and the climax built up very slowly, with intermittent humorous scenes and many furious battles, finally closing with a moral message. With the longer show duration, more characters were used: filling up the screen during the opening overture as protagonists and antagonists were displayed on specific positions on the screen. More characters meant more musical repertoire: the musicians needed to practise routinely to remember all the songs for each puppet or mood. Today, much has changed in the world of Balinese puppetry…find out how and why in the next edition of Kulture Kid.

Vaughan Hatch has immersed himself with Balinese culture, living with locals in Bali since 1997. He speaks fluent Indonesian and Balinese, and is unashamedly addicted to playing gamelan. A linguistic, archaeology and publishing graduate, he works for indOKiwi ‘linguistic and cultural solutions’ in Sanur. Email him on or call (0361) 464201 for further queries. Copyright © Kulture Kid 2011 You can read all past articles of Kulture Kid at C/CE/G-27 July 11


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

What’s in a Dream?

Jane Carleton admits that she’s been a dreamer most of her life and has kept dream journals from the time she was a teenager. During the time that Jane was going through a very difficult period in her life due to an unhappy marriage, she was searching for help, but didn’t know what she needed or how where she would find it. Her search lead her to Esalen: a renowned center for healing and transformative work in California. While there she found a recording by Robert Moss called ‘Dream Gates’ which was very inspiring for her. “I found a deep connection with what Robert was saying which propelled me to take his five day workshop at Esalen. In the course of that workshop which was using Shamanic techniques, dream theatre, and projective techniques, my dream father kept materializing in my journeys. At the end of the five days, I came away with a total healing of my anger towards my father,” says Jane. She went to a few more of Robert’s workshops and then she was invited to do his ‘Dream teacher training program’ which was a three year process of doing different week long workshops with him and getting training with Shamanic techniques and other kinds of dream work which is synthesis of Robert’s techniques which blend both ancient and modern dream work. One of the really powerful components of the program for Jane was learning how to do soul recovery work. This involves working in unison with people so that they can bring back the fragmented aspects of their souls. At the same time Jane started organizing workshops with Robert in the Bay area. Her mentorship with him allowed her to learn on many different levels and understand how to be really serious about the work that she was doing. Jane and Robert are both members of the International Association for the study of dreams. “After seeing how beautifully it works and how people really heal things including me, I decided I wanted to know more about dream work and make it my life’s work. Just by coincidence the world’s only accredited graduate degree program in dream studies happened to be in my own backyard. It was a career change so it took me six months of assessing whether I really wanted to go there. Once I got into the dream studies program at JFK University, I decided to add on to my degree in dream work combining it with consciousness and transformative studies which led to my Master’s degree. The trajectory of my dream work includes a lifelong process of learning and seeing what I can contribute to the field.” Jane’s workshops create a wonderful opportunity for people to gather together in a safe and sacred space, so that they can really dig in and look at the voice of their soul as it’s coming through their dreams. There are specific processes and ways of working with the dreams that she utilizes in the workshops to help people uncover messages or insights from their unconscious. “The most important thing is that it’s an opportunity to be free to consider other possibilities beyond what we normally tend to think about when we look at dreams, so it’s an expanding of the way that we view dreams to include more than just what happens at nighttime when we’re sleeping … it also includes day dreams and different levels of consciousness that happen either pre sleep or just upon waking. It also includes looking at the value and importance of imagination, because imagination, dreaming and images all come from the same source that comes within and through and really are indications of the power of the soul to bring healing and insight.”

Jane’s workshops are structured in such a way that minimal personal information is given in the process of dream sharing. You don’t have to know anything about the dreamer’s life. The dream itself will be a vehicle for insights to come or what Jane calls the ‘aha’ moment. When this insight comes, there’s often a physical sensation that comes with it which is when the actual healing occurs within the person. “It also allows the person to fuel further growth and transformation by working with the insights that come. The dream work is more about digging in and finding the gold within the dream – finding that bright spot that I can bring into waking life. I think it’s important for all of us to really use these images to empower our lives and heal ourselves. Our dreams can also help us become whole by looking at all aspects of ourselves.”

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In a private session with Jane personal information will be discussed, but Jane sees herself more as a guide to help her clients find their own answers. “Usually people have a dream that is calling to them and that they want to unpack. Typically someone will bring a dream and we’ll sit together. I always have colored pencils handy. We may do some drawing and talk. I facilitate the opportunity for the dreamer to go back inside the dream as they are remembering it; a dream is really an experience that our dreaming self has had. There are ways for us to step back into that moment of experience and dig in and see and hear more allowing more aspects of the dream to come forward. We take those aspects of the dream that are remembered and start looking and playing with these aspects. I use a projective dream work technique to do this. What this means is that I’m projecting anything that I say through the lens of my own filters of my experience. By using this technique, I’m not taking the dreamer’s power away. Instead, I’m empowering the dreamer to connect with what works for her; whatever doesn’t work for her she can throw away.” The person often has deep insights during this process. Jane then helps the dreamer create an action plan to bring that dream through and make it a part of their waking life. There are all kinds of ways for the dreamer to take action. Sometimes it’s writing a poem or singing a song. “This is the real juice of my work, which is really modeled after Robert Moss’s active dreaming work.” To find out more about Jane’s and her dream work, please email:

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Michele Cempaka is an internationally renowned energy healer, teacher and writer who specializes in transforming people’s lives using a variety of tools such as spiritual counseling, Reiki, energy psychology, channeling & energy healing. Michele receives direct transmissions from her guides enabling her to offer her clients greater clarity about specific life issues & assist them with resolution. Michele has lived on Bali for nine years and incorporates the indigenous spiritual qualities within her unique teachings, providing a transformative healing experience for everyone she encounters.

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Juan Gabriel Vasquez: The Man from Bogota “one of the most original new voices of Latin American literature” - Mario Vargas Llosa By Uma Anyar M e n t i o n Colombia, South America to any literary aficionado and the magical realist writer Gabriel Garcia M a r q u e s comes into the conversation. Mention the country to most anyone else and unfortunately, mounds of cocaine, drug cartels, political upheavals, violence and government corruption jostle each other for immediate attention. Juan Gabriel Vasquez, who was awarded the 2011 Alfaguara Spanish literary prize for his novel, “El ruido delas cosas al caer ” (The Sound of Things Falling), is well aware of this deplorable situation and as a writer he addresses the complexity of his homeland from his adopted city of Barcelona, where he lives with his family. The thirty-eight year old author from Bogota is well on his way to becoming one of Colombia’s most admired and influential writers. His other novels are The Informer, translated and published in English in 2009 and his second novel, The Secret History of Costaguana (English, 2011) are now reaching a broader international readership. Surprisingly, Juan Gabriel Vasquez does not yet have an English translation page on Wikipedia. I have had the rich experience of reading his first novel, The Informers. The book is situated in his homeland and was inspired by “a conversation with a German-Jewish woman, a refugee to Colombia in 1938, whose father narrowly escaped internment as an enemy alien”. Vasquez explores how history penetrates private lives, and how the past devours the present. The novel presaged a national conversation about demobilization during Colombia’s peace process and a controversial amnesty for paramilitaries. That is the general historical background, but for Vásquez it is about the “past as personal baggage we carry as individuals; and the tension between memory and voluntary forgetting; between thinking about the past and suppressing it to move on”. I see it in the broadest sense to be about the tenacious wide spreading moral stain Nazis and Stalinists left on the world and how that has affected everyone even those who had never been directly affected. This is a rich and dark book about a father and son, a longago betrayal and the evil that is spawned on innocents by the political practice of blacklisting (naming names, any names). It is about dark deeds buried deep that unexpectedly rise up and return to ensnare the son, as well as expose the seemingly honorable father. Like his idol, Joseph Conrad, Vasquez adheres to the idea “ that novels should go into dark places and come back with the news. It’s not necessarily geographical, but shedding light on dark places of the soul”. A novel “can start from a point of not knowing; it can be an

Vasquez is a historical novelist and is interested in exploring the “dark corners of Colombian history that have made us what we are now”. He has said he “wants to rescue the narrative of the drug wars from cheap melodrama and simplistic Hollywood films”. His ambition will be to show “how the drug trade affects somebody not involved in it; somebody who — like me — has never seen a gram of coke in his life”. Juan Gabriel was born in 1973 into a middleclass family, his father and his younger sister are both practicing lawyers, and grew up in the northern outskirts of Bogota where he had a “wild, rural upbringing”. He too studied law but did not enter the profession as he had made an inner commitment to literature when he was still a boy. Vasquez humorously blames this on his father as he recalls how when he was nine, and was mad about soccer and the World Cup was on television his father paid him to translate a biography of Pelé into Spanish: “It nourished my relationship with books and the English language”. Small things make a big difference in people’s lives especially in the formative years. As a trilingual translator, Vasquez has rendered works by EM Forster and John Dos Pasos, as well as Victor Hugo, into Spanish. His teen years were lived during the worst of the drug war terrors in Colombia. He left Bogota in the early nineties, not only to escape the violence the rival drug cartels were foisting on the government and the people, but also to write. He needed time and distance. That distance has brought him closer to his material. “History is a tale somebody has told us from a biased point of view; it’s only one possibility among many”. Novels “give another version, recover truths that have been repressed”. The task is to “make Latin America’s past come alive so we can gain some control over our future”. This desire to investigate his country’s history has positioned him as a spokesman for a strong political stance on the value of decriminalizing drugs. In an interview by the Los Angeles Times reporter Chris Kraul, “Why is Colombia so violent? And will the four-decades-long bloodletting that has exacted tens of thousands of victims ever end?” Vasquez replied, “The root causes of the violence — class inequality and distrust — persist”. He answered carefully then went on to quote his fellow Columbian writer: “As Garcia Marquez said in [‘News’], drug trafficking has made prosper the idea that the biggest obstacle to happiness in Colombia is obeying the law”. Vasquez continued, “The only way to reduce the narcos’ power is to legalize drugs and make it a problem of public health, not of law and order”. When he was asked whether a national literature of conflict was gradually emerging from the caldron, a “literature of conflict”, as scholars have called it, Vasquez’s reply reveals his own struggle with his subject matter.

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“It takes time for writers to overcome their personal pain and the human desire to forget that pain”. He explained that for years his efforts to write about his country’s recent history fell flat. Then something changed in 2003 when, while living in Spain, he witnessed the terrorist attacks on the Madrid subway, which left dozens dead. Witnessing a fearful society that felt vulnerable made him try again. He reconciled his need to make this effort by referring to Vargas Llosas, who said “we writers are like birds of carrion; we feed during times of conflict on the worst aspects of our societies”. And so it seems right that novels written by authors, who battle their own issues and pains, rather than the supposedly factual history texts, be the ones that affect and deepen our understanding of the past. It is this interweaving of the big historical events with the personal experiences of ordinary human beings that interests me as a reader because I know that history is the muck that nourishes the roots of my story along with countless others who have chosen to forget and move on. Writers like Vasquez, bring us back to re-evaluate.

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Visit Taksu Spa and the Yoga Barn this weekend, help link Bali into the 2011 Global Yoga Mala for Peace and take part in UN International Peace Day, The idea is unite the global yoga community from every continent, forming a “mala around the earth” through practices based upon the sacred cycle of 108, on September 24/ 25. There are two rich full day programs, with yoga, meditation and dance teachers from all over the island contributing their time to help raise money for two deserving local charities, Ayo! Kita Bicara HIV/AIDS and Ubud’s birthing centre Yayasan Bumi Sehat. Yoga Barn: Saturday, from 7.30am; Taksu Spa all day Sunday, including ancient Balinese Agni Hotra (sponsored by Five Elements) and kirtan, 6:30-8:30pm. Both days family friendly. Price per day: Rp.108,000. Program /directions from www. and KIDS PLAY – ADULTS FREE Many expats with children and tourist families in the Ubud area have already discovered the new Kidsworld, which opened recently in Pejeng, on the road north to the Presidential Palace. It’s a fun place for children two to 12 years old, with huge bouncing castles, a games room, trampolines and other great activities. Entry for local kids is inexpensive at 35,000rp, (or 65,000rp on a tourist visa), and adult admission is free, something unheard of in Bali. Schools in Ubud, Pejeng and Tampaksiring areas can bring classes to Kidsworld for one hour on weekday mornings ( 9 - 1 2 n o o n ) f r e e o f c h a r g e . w w w. HOMESTAY IN SUMBAWA Travelers heading east from Bali to Labuan Bajo and the Komodo Dragons often wonder about taking the bus, at least in one direction. It’s reported to be a cheap, wild and tiring trip with lots of spectacular scenery. Bima, on the Island of Sumbawa is a great place to break the journey, but in the past you’d have struggled to find a comfortable bed. Mantika is a new, family owned homestay, run by a Belgian Indonesian couple, whose aim was to create something like a second home. They have seven newly built, very clean and comfortable guest rooms and a restaurant, in a quiet neighborhood close to the city centre and shops. Prices from 130,000-320,000rp. Phone 0374-646736; YOUTH CENTRE FOCUS Bumi Sehat Youth Centre’s advanced English students have enjoyed three excursions so far this semester, learning about: - grey water gardens and composting with Kompos Bali; karaoke at XL Lounge on Jl Monkey Forest; and organic gardening at Slukat Learning Centre, near Gianyar. At Slukat, the YSB students asked their counterparts what were the most valuable aspects of their innovative learning environment. The students practised English in context, as YBS extends its offerings in Ubud and in Aceh in western Indonesia, where thousands of displaced and / or orphaned youngsters have very little to live for. At the moment, only English and computing are offered here, out of a “centre” which turns into Pelangi School’s junior classroom in the daytime. YSB is also very keen to work with other youth centres around Ubud, to provide the best learning environments for Ubud youth. Email for Kompos

A local artist, an expat author, and Bali’s own premier publisher have joined forces to create an innovative series of little picture-story books for b e g i n n i n g readers of either English or Bahasa Indonesian. The first book in the series, Monkey Tales, has a simple bilingual text and charming illustrations at every opening. The not-for-profit series will offer Balinese children stories that reflect their own culture, and English-speaking kids a window into a new and fascinating world. Written by Maggie Dunkel, translated by Nyoman Sudiati and illustrated by Asroel and printed by Saritaksu Press. Available from Ganesha bookshops, Kafe, the Fitness Club, and Periplus. All profits from sales will be put back into publishing more titles. Buy one for your favourite child, one for your pembantu to take home, and a pile to donate to a local Balinese school, where there are often no libraries and few books with a Balinese theme. LIFE THROUGH A PINHOLE Come to Bar Luna on 27 September for an extraordinarily interesting exhibition of photographs, taken by children using a pinhole technique with cans. Recently exhibited at Art Cafe Seminyak, the exhibition opening includes bands Komang & Friends, Geekssmile, Emergency Exit & Mercy Band, along with presentations and discussion. Full Bar Luna menu available. Jln Gootama, 7pm.

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A TRUISM – BALI CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE What can an Australian outback school principal and a high-powered L o n d o n executive businesswoman h a v e i n common? They come to Bali and it changes their lives of course. Steve Castley, long time writer of witty, whimsical, selfdepreciating stories about his decade in Bali, has found the perfect complement to his writing in the insightful, joyous poetry of Julie Silvester – who had never even considered writing, before landing in Bali less than two years ago. World-renowned writer Imran Ahmad, author of Unimagined says their book, A Taste of Bali, “conveys perfectly that balance between the ethereal and the material. Delightful food for the mind and soul!” Order online: or as ebook from kindle store at SELF STORAGE – BUT NOT IN UBUD YET As many visitors return to Bali, deciding to make the island their home for all or part of the year, the problem of storing possessions when off the island is very common. Boxes left with a neighbour can lead to a grumpy friend and moldy goods by the time the visitor returns; the only other real alternatives have been to give everything away. A rental Self-Service Storage Unit now operates in Kerobokan, and its owners say they will expand to other parts of Bali as the need arises. Tell them we need one here! Teman Baik Self Storage, Gatot Subroto Barat. Phone +62 361 418108; email info@ E-MAIL: BAUBUDNEWS@GMAIL.COM COPYRIGHT © 2011 WAYAN JEN YOU CAN READ ALL PAST ARTICLES OF UBUD NEWS AT WWW. BALIADVERTISER.BIZ NC/U/I-07 Sept. 11

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1) Drink Cocoa – Reduce Inflammation Drinking cocoa powder has been shown to reduce inflammation within our bodies, which in turn may lead to a prevention of many inflammatory related health conditions such as heart disease. Researchers at the University of Barcelona in Spain have shown that consuming 40 grams of polyphenol rich cocoa powder was associated with a significant reduction in the activation of a protein called NF kappaB which is known to play a key role in some inflammatory pathways. NF kappaB is a modulator of genes involved in inflammation and has a crucial role in atherosclerosis and other inflammatory diseases. The benefits of drinking cocoa extend not only to the cardiovascular system but also to the skin and brain as well as many other organs. The researchers noted that the anti-inflammatory effects of drinking cocoa powder were most obvious when it was mixed and consumed with water, and were less noticeable when it was mixed and consumed with milk.

When there is not proper elimination, fecal matter builds up along the wall of the colon or in the pockets of the colon. This is why even a mild case of constipation is serious. Normally, waste matter is removed from your body via the colon in eighteen to twenty-four hours. However, when you’re not eliminating properly, these wastes may not leave for days, and in some cases the waste deposits along your colon wall for months or even years.

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These deposits of fecal matter in the colon then start to cause inflammation. This may lead to a spastic or inflamed colon, conditions that interfere even more with nutrient absorption and also with proper bowel function. The feces that remain in colon then start to decay, and they also are breeding grounds for parasites and worms. These organisms as well as they decaying fecal matter release toxins and poisonous gases that seep out into the blood and poison all the organs and tissues. The blood stream itself gets polluted, preventing it from removing the cellular waste products. The result is a build up of toxins and waste products in the blood and in the cells, leading to rapid aging, poor health and disease.

So drink your cocoa powder (in water) and improve your health! 2) Spice Up Your Food – Reduce Disease Spicing up your meals may have metabolic benefits, particularly when it comes to insulin and triglyceride levels, a recent study has revealed. Sheila West, PhD, of Penn State University, and colleagues reported online in the Journal of Nutrition that, “antioxidants like spices may be important in reducing oxidative stress and thus reducing the risk of chronic disease,” Adding a combination of various spices, including turmeric, cinnamon, rosemary, oregano, garlic powder, and paprika, to a plain meal significantly reduced insulin and triglyceride levels. Compared with the plain meal, insulin levels were reduced 21% and triglyceride levels fell 31% after the spicy meal. “These significant effects were likely a result of the high concentration of p h e n o l i c antioxidants in spices,” the researchers wrote. Once again it seems evident that herbs and spices seem to have a protective effect when it comes to your health as shown in this study. It is in your best interest then to spice up your life a little with each meal. 3) Clean Out Your Colon – Be Healthier

The solution is of course to clean out your colon on a regular basis. By eating a diet high in fibre, low in processed foods and by drinking at least 2 litres of clean water every day, your bowels and colon will be given a good chance to function correctly. Colon cleansing is also important for removing the built up fecal matter and toxicity that has been there for months or years. A course of 3-8 colonics (ozone colonics are even more effective) will gradually remove the impacted waste matter slowly but surely and return your colon to a clean and healthy state. If you have any questions regarding this article you can email me at

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The number one cancer among men and women combined is colorectal cancer, so it just goes to show that a large percentage of the population does not take good care of their colon and bowel. When the colon is in good condition, it is normal to have two or more well-formed bowel movements a day. Every morning, you’ll have a large movement which should be several feet long. Later on in the day you will have another movement, which will be about half the size of the first. These movements should be easily expelled within seconds after you sit down. If you have to strain or if you have to read a magazine while you wait for a movement, then you are constipated. Another indication of poor bowel function is if your stools are small and narrow, or if they are short or hard. You shouldn’t see any mucus, half-digested food, or blood.

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Please note that the contents of this article are the opinions of the author and should in no way be taken as medical advice. If you have any specific medical concerns please consult your doctor for an assessment. 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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SKIN DEEP What’s in that skin cream? While on a recent shopping trip with a friend I was pondering the array of cosmetics with the elite packaging and promises of a wrinkle free future when my companion jolted me back to earth as she reminded me to check the ingredients carefully and to watch out for the “parabens”. I had almost totally forgotten the factors that I should be looking to avoid when slathering myself with lotions and potions, blinded by the very clever marketing ploys by the cosmetic companies. Trying to find any commercially available product that does not contain questionable ingredients proved to be almost impossible. What you put on your body is just as important as what you put in it. Your skin is the largest organ in your body, and it absorbs everything including toxins. (This is even more of an issue for babies and young children as their skin is far more absorbent than adult skin). If you are concerned about eating unhealthy foods, then you’ll definitely want to know which synthetic ingredients you should watch out for in the products you use. Before buying beauty products, check the ingredients list. These ingredients can be found in make-up, lotions, shampoos, conditioners, perfumes, baby care products, sunscreens, toothpastes, nail products, and deodorants. Be very wary of products that do not list their ingredients or products that state that they “mostly” consist of natural or non-toxic products. Most people use these products without a second thought, and believe that the government must certainly be policing the safety of the mixtures in these myriad containers. But they’re wrong. The fact is most governments worldwide do not require health studies or pre-market testing for non-medical grade cosmetic products before they are sold. As people apply an average of 126 unique ingredients on their skin daily, these chemicals, whether they seep through the skin, rinse down the drain, or flush down the toilet in human excretions, are causing concerns for human health, and for the impacts they may have to wildlife, rivers and streams. 10 Toxic Cosmetic Ingredients to Avoid 1. Methyl, Propyl, Butyl and Ethyl Parabens: Used as a preservative to inhibit microbial growth and extend shelf life. Unfortunately, it can cause allergic reactions and skin rashes. Preliminary research found parabens in human breast cancer tumors. 2. Diethanolamine (DEA), Triethanolamine (TEA): These are used as foaming agents, but can cause allergic reactions, eye irritation, and dryness of the hair and skin. DEA and TEA are toxic if absorbed into the body over a long period of time, and are associated with cancer in lab animals. 3. Diazolidinyl Urea, Imidazolidinyl Urea: Often used as preservatives, studies have found these chemicals to be a primary cause of contact dermatitis (irritation caused by foreign substance). Both these chemicals release formaldehyde, which can be toxic. 4. Sodium Lauryl/Laureth Sulfate: This is a cheap, harsh detergent used in many shampoos for its ability to cleanse and foam. Often derived from petroleum, it causes eye irritation, dry scalp, skin rashes and other allergic reactions. Be on the lookout for pseudo-natural products that list this ingredient with the phrase “comes from coconuts” it’s still bad for you. 5. Petrolatum: Also known as petroleum jelly, this is a mineral oil derivative that can clog your pores. This in turn disrupts your body’s natural ability to moisturize its own skin, leading to dryness and chapping. Manufacturers use it because it’s really inexpensive.

6. Propylene Glycol: Ideally this is a vegetable glycerin mixed with grain alcohol, both of which are natural, but it’s usually made from synthetic chemicals. It has been known to cause hives and eczema. Beware of related chemicals labeled PEG and PPG. 7. PVP/VA Copolymer: A petroleum-derived chemical that’s used in hair styling products and some cosmetics. Considered toxic since if inhaled, it can damage the lungs. 8. Stearalkonium Chloride: This toxic chemical was designed by the fabric industry for use as a fabric softener. Companies use it in hair conditioners and lotions because it’s much cheaper than natural conditioning ingredients such as proteins. 9. Synthetic Colors: Labeled as FD&C or D&C and followed by a number, these make products look pretty but can be carcinogenic. 10.Synthetic Fragrances: Labeled simply as “fragrance,” there’s no way to tell what chemicals are actually in the product. People can get headaches, dizziness, rashes, and respiratory problems from them. People may also experience hyperpigmentation, which means this chemical may cause brown spots to form on your skin.

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Ultimately the best idea is to use less “stuff”, keep yourself well informed about the products that you are purchasing, and while it’s not always feasible to go completely chemical-free. We can reduce the chemical load by making safer choices whenever we can. There are a myriad of good non-toxic brands available on-line such as Aubrey, Aveeno, Hemp, & Inika cosmetics, but if you’re looking for good locally produced brands, check out the range of products from Bali Soap, Inti and Utama Spice. Just for kids Extra caution is in order for kids because, pound for pound, they are exposed to more contaminants in everyday products than adults. Their immature metabolism and organ systems are typically less capable of fending off chemical assaults, and their skin is much more permeable than adults skin. Even subtle damage to young bodies can lead to disease later in life. Five tips when choosing products for kids: • Use fewer products and use them less often • Don’t trust ad hype. Check ingredients. • Buy fragrance-free products. • Avoid the use of baby powder. • Always avoid the top six chemicals of concern for kids which are 2-Bromo-2-Nitropropane-1,3 Diol, Boric acid (BHA and sodium borate), DMD, Hydantoin, Oxybenzon, Triclosan

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The once sleepy little fishing village of Serangan is the home of the Royal Bali Yacht Club. The traditional bamboo outrigger fishing boats still line the beach but the harbor area is now full with tourist boats, and visiting yachts. The annual regatta is the main sailing and social event of the year with over 80 participants. The winds, seasonally strongest in August when the shores of Sanur are aflutter with giant kites, had continued into September. In fact the forecast was for winds in excess of 15kts for the weekend. The first races were started and the fleet quickly sorted out the pecking order. Richard, a tourist from the UK, Joost and Rob dominated the morning racing in Blasers (Lasers built in Bali) with some of the Catamarans having difficulty in following the course with a wing mark hidden from view amongst all the boats in a very crowded harbor. Those who sailed the correct course prevailed. Back to the beach for lunch, a rest and to drain the hulls, most of which had taken on considerable water during the morning. After lunch it was the turn of the Blasers to navigate the obstacle course down harbor while the cats sailed the triangles. Placings changed frequently but the cream again rose to the top The final race on Saturday saw every Blaser turn Turtle and return to the beach. The strong winds had bought out the kite surfers in droves, not all of whom had full control of their boards. One kite wrapped around the mast of a Hobbie 16 at speed and almost ended in disaster. Back on the beach the damage was mounting, two lost rudders and four bent masts, pulled out fittings not to mention some bruised egos. A few ice-cold Bintang beers helped ease the pain. Back at the club a few well deserved beers and the presentation ceremony got underway. The trophies which were large hand carved turtles were awarded. As the Royal Bali Yacht Club’s Commodore John Mitchell commented “It’s a bit hard to explain to your friends that you received a turtle because you were the fastest boat but Serangan has been known for years as Turtle Island. The locals have started to realize that there is more gain in showing tourists the turtles than killing them for sate. The Club hopes to continue working with the local community in Serangan to promote sailing as a sport for both young and old. In fact a couple of juniors were able to take third place among the adults. A big thank you to all the competitors, sponsors and committee who made the 2011 Regatta such a success.”


The weekend of September 24th and 25th will once again see over 450 players descend upon Bali for the 2011 XP Xclusive Property Bali Rugby Fest. Hailing from locations including Australia, Malaysia, Timor Leste and New Zealand, these players will join Indonesia’s finest for two days of non-stop rugby action at the Canggu Club. 2010 Open Men’s 10’s Cup winners, Nedlands, from Western Australia, are returning to defend their title, but will face stiff opposition from the likes of 2010 finalists HSOB of New Zealand who will be looking to go one better in 2011. The Northern Territory Bush Turkeyz have assembled a strong team including state reps and together with the Cottesloe Pirates, also from W.A., the Cup final will be one not to miss. Bali’s own “Chilli’s” will be out to repeat their last minute heroics against the Jakarta Komodos in the Plate division and last year’s bowl winners, the Sumbawa Naga (Dragons) will also return.

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In the Indonesian Men’s 7’s division, the reigning national champions, Jakarta Banteng (Bull’s), come in as raging hot favourites to defend their crown. The big city boys will once again face stiff opposition from Papua’s Kotekas, Matano Miner’s from Sulewesi and the Naga 7’s side. The local Bali development 7’s team will also be looking to bring home some silverware after a good lead up to the tournament. The women’s 7’s competition will be well worth watching after news that a superstar side has been assembled by the NT Bush Turkeyz. A number of current Australian and New Zealand national players, from the Wallaroos and Black Ferns respectively, will join forces to showcase women’s rugby and have graciously offered to pass on their skills to the local women’s sides. The Bali Ruby Union would like to thank their major sponsor; Xclusive Property Bali, for their continued support of Bali Rugby Fest. Associate sponsors of the 2011 event are: Heineken, Danone, RMA Automotive & International SOS Bali.

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There may be times when you feel sluggish and over-stressed. Your body may experience continuous aching, diarrhea, constipation, or feeling of clumsiness. These symptoms along with rapid weight gain and the incapacity to lose the excess weight can also be signs of having a build up of toxins in the body. These toxins can affect your whole body’s fitness and health. Various complex biochemical reactions taking place within the body lead to production of waste products that must be eliminated from the body. Adding up to this, the environment also contains harmful substances that we inhale or swallow and must get rid off.

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A slow simple process of detoxification is necessary in some cases to build up a person’s energy and nutrients before starting an intensive detoxification treatment. Most intense detox treatments might be too difficult for someone who has a lot of toxins built up in their body ( or someone who is new to intense detox). Don’t set yourself up for failure. Diet plays an important part of the detoxification process. Follow these practical guidelines to prevent toxic build up within the body and elimination of toxins if present. If you succeed with these simple tips, more intense detoxification treatments might be advisable.

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Cruciferous Vegetables Include at least one serving of cruciferous vegetables (such as broccoli, cauliflower, radish, kale, turnip, rutabagas, brussel sprouts, watercress, and cabbage) each day in diet. Eat garlic or onions on a daily basis Eat garlic or onions on a daily basis, either as seasoning in your main meal or raw in your sandwich filling. These foods referred to as ‘allium’ vegetables are capable of increasing the activity enzymes involved in the detoxification process (a process also known as enzyme induction). They help in flushing out potential toxins from the body more rapidly. Aim at eating two to five cloves of garlic a week. Ideally garlic should be eaten every day together with at least one member of the onion family. More example of allium vegetable are chives, leeks, spring onion, shallots. Choice for Snack Take raw vegetables to work as part of a snack or lunch. Choice of Nibbles In the evenings, make raw vegetables part of your choice of nibbles using humous made from chickpeas as a dip.

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Fish Include oily fish such as tuna, salmon or mackerel in your diet at least twice a week. You can also take an omega 3 supplement on a daily basis. Meat and Poultry Use lean cuts of meat and poultry, choose smaller portions, reduce the frequency of meat-based meals, and pay particular attention to how you cook. Red meats cooked at high temperature form toxic substances such as heterocyclic aromatic amines (HAAs) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). These can have a negative effect on health. Smoked meat and fish are another source of toxins, including nitrosamines. All of these chemicals may be further changed into even more toxic by-products by overactive detoxification enzymes. Plant Proteins Include a higher proportion of plant proteins over animal ones. Sources of proteins from milk, eggs, tofu and organ meats, such as liver, have very little or no heterocyclic aromatic amines (HCA-toxin) content even when cooked. Look at using pulses as an alternative source of protein. They include chickpeas, a wide range of lentils, split peas and a vast range of beans from the black-eyed to the broad, butter and kidney. Try using soya products such as beans, milk, cheese and tofu. Adding them to a pasta sauce or soup will add up to the flavor of the dish. Seeds and nuts Use seeds (sunflower, pumpkin or sesame) and nuts (brazils, cashews, peanuts, walnuts, hazelnuts or almonds) as a snack, either by themselves or with yoghurt or fruit. Egg A boiled egg offers excellent protein quality, is portable, cheap and can be used as a snack, filling or topping and has little or no heterocyclic aromatic amine (HCA) content. Meat and Vitamin C Avoid smoked fish and meats whenever possible but if the occasion does arise, accompany the food with one high in vitamin C (lemon juice or tomatoes) which helps neutralise the effect of the nitrosamines. In short a diet with a higher proportion of plant proteins over animal ones is recommended. Cruciferous vegetables need to be made an essential part of daily diet for they contain phytochemicals called glucosinolates which promote the ‘excretor’ part of the detoxification enzyme system, thus enhancing the removal of toxic substances from the body. They and the Allium group vegetables increase the activity of detoxification. NOTE: This is a process. It doesn’t happen overnight. It is a gradual change in lifestyle. As cleansing is happening on the physical and psychological levels at the same time, it is advisable that the detoxification program be done under the supervision of a trained health-care practitioner.

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There’s one called ‘Hard Times’ about Wayan Manis, my pembantu, and the poverty and hardships of her life growing up. She was telling me about her childhood one day as we sat at the table sorting coffee beans, and the tears rolled down our cheeks into the basket. There was a lot of poverty around Ubud 25 years ago. Raised in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Cat Wheeler grew up surrounded by forests and mountains. She first visited Bali in 1969 during a school holiday while living with her family in Kuala Lumpur. Cat has since traveled extensively around S.E. Asia writing for the Singaporebased Canada-ASEAN Centre and the Financial Post in Toronto. After 10 years in Singapore she wanted to be close to the land and part of a community, so in 2000 Cat moved to Bali. She has planted deep roots in Ubud where she lives in a little house by the jungle with her dogs and parrots. In 2009, Cat Wheeler wrote Dragons in the Bath (now republished as Bali Daze) a book of her adventures during a decade of adapting to life in Bali. What kind of little kid were you? I loved nature. I could often be found sitting in a ditch (remember those?) after school watching the frogs and the bugs and getting mud in my socks. Now I have a pond, so frog watching is more comfortable. Did you show an early aptitude for writing? My mother says I picked up my first book and tried to read it when I was two, and by the time I was ten all my pocket money was going to library fines. I started writing poetry and stories in elementary school and was the only poet in my high school, which was massively uncool in those days. I got serious about it 25 years ago and since then have written romance novels, screenplays, a radio play, Haiku, advertising copy, speeches, funding proposals, magazine articles and just about everything in between. What are your hobbies? Gardening, bio-energetic healing, community service, sustainable agriculture, animal communication. I keep trying to learn Indonesian but there seems to be a hole in the language section of my brain. What kinds of jobs have you held in your life? I’ve been a gemologist, geochemical technician at a tin mine in Australia, secretary to a psychiatrist, admitting clerk in a busy hospital emergency ward, Reiki teacher, barmaid, public relations consultant, event manager in Bangkok. Have you done much international travel? When I was 17 my family moved to rural Malaysia where my father was teaching in a Canadian development project. That started a passion for Southeast Asia which has never waned, and I’ve covered the area pretty thoroughly except for Burma. I’ve also lived in England, Australia, Kenya and Singapore and traveled to India several times. I’m grateful I was able to see the world before it became so tame and homogenized. These days I seldom leave Ubud.

Can just anybody live in Bali? Bali is not a place for control freaks. If you can’t surrender to the way life unfolds here, you won’t be happy (or maybe even sane). I think it’s important to keep remembering that we are still guests – tamu – here, even if we’ve lived in Bali for decades. And ultimately Bali decides who can live here and who can’t, and that has nothing to do with the Immigration Department. Any advice would for someone thinking of moving to Bali? Be mindful of your impacts and try to tread lightly on this little island. It is so precious and so fragile. Many people who come here now build bigger houses than they need (please don’t even think of building on a rice field and if you do, don’t tell me) and make no attempt to learn the language or engage the culture. The environmental, economic and cultural impacts of foreigners settling here – and I am one – are huge. Bali has an electricity shortage, water issues, traffic issues, waste management issues….if every foreigner who moved here did something about these problems in their personal contexts instead of complaining about them, Bali would be much more livable for everyone. What concerns you most about Bali’s future? The lack of care and planning is very worrying for a small economy based on tourism and agriculture. Tourism and development are uncontrolled and agriculture is unprotected. Bali loses about 1,000 hectares of agricultural land a year to development. Not only are large areas of rice land disappearing under concrete, but the vast amounts of money changing hands for land deals skews local economies. This is not a culture that embraces strategic planning; saving money is a new concept. Farmers selling their land are usually given a huge wad of cash. Their families shake them down, they buy some vehicles, have some ceremonies, fix up the family temple, and the money is all gone in a year or so. Then there’s no land, no money and nothing left for their children. How may readers get a hold of your book? Bali Daze is sold at all Ganesha Book stores, KAFE, Threads of Life and several other shops in Ubud. It’s also now available on Kindle. I’m happy to mail books within Indonesia. I can be reached at For anyone interested in being considered for Siapa, please contact: <> Copyright © 2011 Al Hickey You can read all past articles of Siapa at

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Everything Must Go On the day that a relapsed alcoholic salesman gets fired from his job, he returns home to discover that his wife has left him. She has changed all the locks on the doors, and thrown outside all of his stuff. With nowhere else to go, the salesman takes up residence on his front lawn, but, after complaints and a visit from the local police, he is forced to hold a garage sale of all his possessions. Often, during their careers, successful comedians want to do a ‘serious’ role, to prove that they are more than funnymen. This is the case with Will Ferrell in this off-beat drama. However, to his credit, Ferrell is able to pull back his mannerisms, and delivers a good performance, in which he is able to emphasize the absurdities of his predicament. Screenwriter and director Dan Rush adapts a short-story by American ‘gritty-realist’ author Raymond Carver, which never fails to maintain interest or subtle ironic wit. The Bang Bang Club In this powerful movie, South African director Steven Silver tells the true story of a group of photo-journalists, who risk their lives to take and publish photographs of the appalling violence occurring during the lead-up to the first free elections in post-Apartheid South Africa. The movie thoroughly explores the dangers the journalists have to face, but, more to the point, the movie successfully looks at the various moral questions associated with reporting the truth. Within a group of excellent South African actors, Hollywood ‘hunk’ Ryan Phillippe stars as one of the intrepid photographers. Ryan’s South African accent tends to waver, but, that’s just me being picky! Black Butterflies This is another strong movie also coming from South Africa. Set in the early 1960s, director Paula van der Oest looks at the bitter life of South African poetess Ingrid Jonker. As a free artistic spirit, Ingrid’s torrid love affairs and wild way of life was to come under severe criticism in a very conservative Apartheid South Africa. Being the daughter of South Africa’s Minister for Censorship wasn’t about to help matters much either. The movie follows Jonker’s tempestuous career, as she struggles for recognition, and tries to cope with her tyrannical father. His harsh treatment of her causing much devastating consequences. Director Oest makes a straight forward movie, with no special cinematic effects, and, pretty much sticks to the point of her story. Carice Van Houten, as the troubled poetess, and Rutger Hauer, as the despotic father, both give extremely riveting and fascinating performances. Kung Fu Panda, 2 Okay, Po, the Kung Fu Panda, and his friends, The Furious Five, are back for another terrific adventure. This time an evil Lord Peacock has discovered that gunpowder can be used for more than just fireworks. He invents the cannon, and, plans to overtake all of China and bend it to his wicked ways. Po and Co. have to save China from a fate worse than death. As before, the plot, humor, and action are all delightful in this visually charming computer-

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Zookeeper Unfortunately, parents will be bored to tears if they have to sit through this comedy with their children. Kevin James plays a Zookeeper, who doesn’t have much luck with the ladies. Breaking their time honored tradition, the animals in Kevin’s care reveal that they can actually talk, and they decide to teach him the rules of courtship animal style. All right, there is nothing really all that wrong with the movie. It is well made. The animal robotics are excellent, and Kevin James gives a good performance. However, it is just predictable and dreary. Put it on for the kids, then, go and do something else. Love Wedding Marriage It is pretty hard to feel much sympathy for Mandy Moore in this predictable and dreary romantic-comedy as well. Mandy plays a marriage counselor, and, when she discovers that her parents are planning to divorce, she tries to minister to them herself. Somewhere, in all the abysmal schmaltz, there is a message about therapists getting too involved with their cases, and trying to implant their own particular points of view onto their unsuspecting patients. Transformers, 3. Dark of the Moon This movie was made for a very wide cinema screen. By the time it has been reduced down to DVD, to fit the ratio of a TV screen, much detail is lost. Often, it is hard to make out into what the Transformers are transforming. This over-long sequel only offers more of the same old mutating machines.

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The Lesser Known Museums of Bali – Part II Ines Wynn

Bali is a treasure throve of museums. Most of the guidebooks will steer visitors to the major ones, the well-known, wellestablished and well-endowed, both in content and funding. While they deserve due recognition and should be on any visitor’s To Do list, there are some lesser known museums that deserve a serious look as well. They are gems in their own right and they mainly focus on just one area and explore it to the utmost. So if you’ve done all the major ones and are still yearning for a bit more of Bali lore and magic, check out the following small museums on a lazy afternoon or as part of a weekend outing. They will greatly reward your effort. Rumah Topeng dan Wayang - The House of Masks and Puppets This is a relatively new museum and a true delight, located in a picturesque park-like environment just south of Ubud. It was created as the Setia Darma House of Masks and Masks Puppets by a visionary businessman on the basis of his own extensive collection of masks and puppets. His vision is to help preserve the disappearing art of puppetry and mask-making, and he scoured throughout Indonesia, in neighboring countries and farther afield in order to amass a magnificent and rare collection which he now displays in a number of traditional, a n t i q u e Javanese Puppets joglos and Balinese wantilan style buildings. There are over 1200 masks and 4700 puppets on display from countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Myanmar, China, Africa, Korea and Japan.

Directions: from Ubud go east on JL Raya Goa Gajah, turn right at the Chedi Club sign onto Jl Raya Goa Gajah 1 and follow the road to Jalan Tegal Bingin. Turn right on Jl Tegal Bingin and follow the signs to the House of Masks and Puppets. Museum Gedong Kirtya, Singaraja, Buleleng – The Lontar Museum The northern part of Bali does not boast many museums. One notable exception is a small historical library in Singaraja, established in 1928 by the Dutch colonials who sought to preserve the rich literary heritage of Balinese society that was written down on lontar leaves. The library has a collection of some 3000 lontar manuscripts as well as diaries, newspapers and periodicals dating from the Dutch period. The lontar texts relate to all aspects of Balinese life including government, agriculture, religion, healing crafts, spells and magic, etc. Some of the lontar manuscripts contain ancient Balinese poetry written for the performance of kakawin, which are recitations in old Balinese. This language is related to the Sanskrit-derived Kawi of Central Java. Kakawin is still commonly performed during religious ceremonies. The library is exceptional and is known internationally by scholars and students who come here for serious study and research. Location: 20 Jalan Veteran, Singaraja. Open 8am to 3pm Monday – Thursday, 8 am to noon on Friday, closed on weekends. Entrance fee Rp.5000. The library is located in the complex of Sasana Budaya, the old palace of the Buleleng kingdom, which is a historically interesting place in its own right.

The collection of puppets (wayang) is equally spirited and is deemed the largest in the world. They include wayang kulit (leather shadow puppets), wayang golek (wooden puppets manipulated with rods), wayang klitik ( like wayang kulit but made from thin pieces of wood), wayang suket (puppets made in a delicate filigree pattern) and wayang gantung (marionettes). A colorful display of old wayang beber (wayang figues painted on narrative scrolls of paper or fine cloth) is kept in glass display cages. Another striking display is the Christian divinity collection of wayang kulit figures from Java. The clothing ornaments and accessories of the puppets are richly rendered. The puppets represent traditional, religious, epic, and popular figures and there is also a smattering of modern day political entities like US president Obama and celebrities like Michael Jackson. To round out the collection of puppets, a few gregarious Betawi ondel-ondel and the familiar wooden puppet statues from Java are displayed at the entrance of the joglos, as if to welcome the visitor to a fun and rewarding experience.

Museum Manusa Yadnya, Taman Ayun – Museum of Life Cycle Rites For people fascinated by the rituals of Balinese life, a visit to the Museum Manusa Yadnya will explain t h e m a n y ceremonies that are held in a human’s life, starting from before birth to death. Manusa yadnya can be translated as human life cycle rituals. The concept of the museum is to p r e s e n t a chronological showcase of all the rites that are connected with the human life process; Unborn Baby Rite from the unborn baby in the womb, through birth, puberty, adulthood, to death and burial. Various religious ceremonies are performed throughout a human’s life in Bali. They start before a baby is born. After that, the most important ceremonies are the birth ceremony, otonan or birthday ceremony held 210 days after birth, tooth filing, marriage and burial or cremation. The museum displays pictures, models, materials and tools to explain and illustrate these various rituals. The rituals start with Magedonggedongan, a ceremony for a baby six months after conception. At birth, the Mabuhu-buhu ritual is performed, followed by the Ngaroras dina at 12 days old, the Macolong at 42 Cremation Rite days old, the Nyambutin at 105 days old, and the Pawetonan (otonan) when the baby is 210 days old. There is a puberty rite for boys and girls called Ngaraja Sewala, the tooth filing ceremony or Mapandes, the marriage celebration, and the burial ceremony including Ngaben and mamukur. All of these rituals are still followed by Balinese society.

This museum is a true gem and the collection is handsomely displayed. Open every day. Entrance is essentially free but a donation is greatly appreciated since this museum is continuing the process of building its collection of rare and valuable pieces. For a sneak preview, look at the website

The museum is part of the Mengwi temple complex Taman Ayun, and open daily. It is located to the left of the main temple, across the moat. While the displays are not very imaginative and poorly labeled, they are nevertheless an invaluable showcase of all those intricate and complex ceremonies.

The mask collection is awesome and impressive. Masks (topeng) are used in rituals, sacred and popular performances and their expressions range from funny, fiercesome, scary and grotesque to subtle, angelic and divine. The quality is exquisite and the color, detailing and life-likeness of each mask is startling. The majority of the masks come from every corner of the Indonesian archipelago and illustrates the rich heritage of sacred and public performing arts. Of special interest is the exhibit of baju roh (ghost robes) from Papua. They are ritual masks with attached robes made from dried grass. A magnificent Balinese barong takes center stage in the first exhibition hall.

Museum Gedong Arca Purbakala, Gianyar - Archeological museum The Gedong Arca Purbakala in the village of Bedulu is a true field archeological museum. It houses a fascinating collection of pieces that date to the earliest beginnings of Balinese civilization. A diverse collection of ancient Balinese artifacts, jewelry and ornaments, pottery, utensils, tools and implements are on display, categorized and dated chronologically from the pre-historical hunting and food gathering periods to Stone Age, Bronze Age and later periods. These archeological items reflect the history of Balinese societal and cultural development. There are about 3000 items in the museum. Some of the artifacts are made from bronze. Domestic tools made from stone such as axes, firestones and other utensils made from metal are found in another section of the museum. Of particular interest are the miniature stupas from the local Bedulu/Pejeng area, dating from Bali’s Buddhist period of the 8th to the 10th century AD. The most fascinating exhibit at the museum is a collection of prehistoric stone sarcophagi (coffins) that were discovered around the island, carefully dug up and brought to the museum in their original condition to be preserved for future generations. These aged coffins, which are believed to date from around 300 BC, were used for the burial of leaders and prominent figures in Bali’s old time communities. The sizes vary from small to large according to the status of the deceased. Some of these tomb structures are carved in the shape of a turtle which has important cosmic associations in Balinese mythology. The world turtle, called Bedawang Nala, carries the earth on its back and these carvings are believed to possess magical powers that once protected the coffin from negative forces and bad intention. Spells that have also been carved into the coffins were said to repel evil and safeguard the entire community. This museum provides a rare glimpse into the ancient periods of Balinese civilization. A not to miss opportunity for history buffs and budding anthropologists. Location: Jl Raya Tampaksiring, on the main road to Kintamani near Pejeng, Gianyar. The museum is located on the right side of the road to Tampaksiring, about ½ kilometer north of the Jl Bedulu junction. Open from 8 am to 3 pm Monday-Thursday, Friday from 8 am to 1 pm. Admission by donation. Museum Seni Lukis Klasik - Museum of Classical Balinese Painting This museum houses the extensive, private collection of local artist Nyoman Gunarsa. It documents the classical painting style of Bali, an expressionist style rooted in Balinese religion and primarily features works by Balinese contemporary artists. Some pieces are classical works from the 18th-19th century. The themes are temples, rituals, dancers and wayang puppets, and scenes from the Ramayana and Mahabharata. There is also a large collection of sculptures, stone and wooden statues, and some magnificent antique wooden doorways. The museum contains the studio of Nyoman Gunarsa who is a talented and well-known painter in his own right, and an adjacent exhibit of his own paintings. His work ranges from classic to abstract and depict scenes taken from Balinese daily life and Hindu Dharma legends. Location: Banda village, Takmung, Klungkung, on the main road from Gianyar to Semarapura. Open Tuesday-Sunday 9am – 7pm. Museum Pasifika Nusa Dua The Pasifika Museum is an amazing place. It is big, airy, well laid out and very impressive. The museum’s permanent collection includes more than 600 works by 200 artists from 25 countries and represents the art of Bali, Southeast Asia and the South Pacific region. There are eleven pavilions representing Indonesian, European, Indo-European, and Asian artists. And special exhibitions from Indochina, Polynesia, and the Pacific islands. The Indochinese exhibition is impressive, as are the displays of Polynesian artifacts. Well known European artists who lived and worked in the Asia Pacific area, such as Paul Gauguin, Theo Meier, Le Mayeur, Rudolf Bonnet, Arie Smith, Covarrubias, Hofker, Hendrik Paulides, and many others, are well represented. The selected works are a tribute to the artistic and cultural heritage of the region and include paintings, drawings, sculptures, ethnical artifacts, prints, and lithographs by many different artists of the 20th century. Beautifully organized and displayed in a series of galleries around a central courtyard, the exhibits of the museum will take you on a magical tour of Asia Pacific artistry. Location: Blok P, BTDC Nusa Dua. Open 10 am to 6 pm daily.

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For Sale; iPad 3G Wi-Fi 16 GB silver, fullset warranty stiil until March 2012, sale for 4,5 milion, and iPhone 3Gs 32 GB white 3,7 million. More detail just text my cell 0878 6002 0009.Tuban. [094] For Sale; Samsung 21 inch slim TV, excellent condition, hardly been used, price 850,000. Please contact Kevin on 08180 5318 192. Denpasar. [095] For Sale; Toshiba Regza 24 inch LCD TV, new hasn’t been used, still in box, price: 1,550,000. Please contact Kevin on 0818 0531 8192. Denpasar. [096] For Sale; SanDisk 16 GB flash drive, never been used, selling for 175,000. Contact Kevin on 0818 0531 8192. Denpasar. [097] For Sale; Canon power shot S3 is digital camera, 12x zoom, AP, SP, Macro, Auto, program and manual modes. Can shoot Movie. Excellent condition, has been in box most of time. Price: 2,950,000. Contact Kevin: 0818 0531 8192. Denpasar. [098]

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For Sale; Big drum (60cm tall) with bag, really good sound, made by professional drummer Catur, with nice Rasta bag. Was bought for Rp. 2 mill, selling for Rp. 1 mill. +62 812 3653 7325. Ask for photo <alexinbo@gmail. com>. Jimbaran. [122] For Sale; 27 inch iMac computer - only used 6 months, perfect condition and loaded 27’\2. 66QC 2x2GB\1TB\4850-512MB Intel I5core, many extras Asking 18 million Rupiah. neg. Call 081 2384 7112 or <>. Seminyak. [123] For Sale; Baby-carrier by Moby Wrap, as new. Awardwinning, ergonomic babycarrier. Soft fabric wraps around you & baby, many positions, very comfortable. Sand-beige cotton with Rayosan UV-treatment (SPF50+) protecting baby. Rp 350,000. Photos info 0815 5872 5972 / <ihelland@>. Sanur. [033]

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Garage Sale; All must out. Small restaurant / shop equipments, glass display for jewelry / glasses, chairs, tables, small cut marbles & glass, kitchen hood, etc. Jl. Kunti Timur no. 25 B, Seminyak. 0361 737 018. Work days only. [147] For Sale; Polytron duo flashrip DVD player plus 1 Christech mega bass speaker. Purchased 2 months ago. Excellent condition. 300,000rp ONO. +62 821 4790 4267. Canggu. [148] For Sale; Baby-toddler carseat, seat-up type, made in France. Seat& back are detachable to allow three different setting for 3 different size range: 9-18kgs, 1525kgs, 22-36kgs. Rp. 750.000 OBO. Call/SMS: 081 2225 2467. Legian. [149]

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For Sale; 2nd hand SUP, stand up paddle board, Starboard 10’2”. Perfect for learning on flat water and surfs waves really well. Very light board with embedded handle for easy carrying. Good Condition. Only IDR 5.75 million. Call Tony 0813 3806 6404. Sanur. [150] Wanted; Suzuki Thunder 250cc motorbike in any condition. Call 0813 3779 8905. Kerobokan. [151] For Sale; Great 2. 1 speaker for gaming or watch movie on your computer, Altec Lansing Octane 7, still guarantee, with box. Sale cheap for only rp. 750k. 785 5585. Denpasar. [140] For Sale; Greenpower ‘Hippocrates Plus’ Twin Gear Juicer, new price is A$ 749.00 + plus roughly $175 customs. with a new motor, price $600 OBO. 976 450. Ubud. [141] C/G/G-7 Sept. 11

Wanted; 1 cheap new or second TV LCD in good condition ASAP. size doesn’t matter from 22” until 32”+bracket! Contact: +62 361 217 1607 and picture e-mail at: <qewieq@gmail. com>. [142] For Sale; Samsung Galaxy Mini GT-S5570 (Android) White. Brand new screen protected + matching case. Valid warranty. Compete box. Price: Rp. 1.3 million. Contact: 081 193 9281 or <>. Sanur. [133] For Sale; 2 display glass for pulsa shop, used for 2 months only, very good condition, 3 million Rupiah only. Bought it for more than 7 million Rupiah. 0812 8676 4069. Kuta. [134] For Sale; Surfboard, suitable for beginners looking to progress to a more conventional board. On Tap 6’2” x 18 5/8 x 2 3/8 with Dakine Bruce Irons signature tail pad Rp. 1,500,000. 0821 4785 5547. Kerobokan. [135]

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For Sale; HP Pavilion entertainment laptop, 17â&#x20AC;?, Model#DV9925nr, 2.0Ghz, 4GB RAM, AMDTurion64x2. Vista, Microsoft Office 2007, Adobe Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Photoshop and much more all legit. Extra clean works great. Asking 4.5jt. 0878 6180 7312. Jimbaran. [156]

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For Sale; Surfboard, suitable for beginners looking to progress to a more conventional board. Island surfboards 6’3”x 18 5/8 x 2 1/4 with Future fins and Creatures of Leisure tail pad Rp. 1,500,000. 0821 4785 5547. Kerobokan. [136] For Sale; Surfboard, funboard shape, colorful spray on deck and bottom, great for small waves - Luke Studor design 5’9” x 20 1/4 x 2 1/2 with Creatures of Leisure tail Pad Rp. 1,200,000. 0821 4785 5547. Kerobokan. [137]



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For Sale; Computer desktop. Microsoft Windows XP SP3. Intel Pentium Dual CPU 2.0GHZ. RAM 1GB, HD 250GB, monitor LG LCD black, LG DVD player/ burner, card player, usb hub, speakers include. Many many software installed, ready to go. Perfect conditions. Contact only if really interested. 0878 6238 9336. Jimbaran. [217]


For Sale; Surfboards: Bourton fat bullet 6.6” quadfin 2.5 jt. like new (for big boys). 6.10” Wesley Muller 1.5 jt. 7.0” Shaping co. Gun 1.7 jt. great shape boards. Call or SMS Chris 0813 3757 5420. [218] NC/Ho/G-21 Sept. 11

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by Dr. Kris

Gardening for Kids

People of any age can enjoy gardening but children, in particular, will have lots of fun and gain special benefits. Kids and even adults are so dependent on technology for fun or entertainment these days, needing TVs, computer games, or even fancy little phones. These gadgets may keep the kids occupied but ultimately it can stifle their intellect and development of social skills. Working with the earth is enriching for kids, body, mind, and soul. Gardening is educational and fun at the same time. Kids love being outdoors and digging in the soil, getting dirty, creating things and watching plants grow. It is also great physical activity at a time when childhood obesity is becoming a real problem in the world due to a combination of poor diet and lack of exercise. It’s time for kids and adults to abandon the TVs, computers and phones, and get outside, get back to nature – growing it and eating it! According to a University of Illinois study children with access to green outdoor spaces play more creatively and score higher on tests of self discipline. Students who are actively engaged in garden projects tend to enjoy learning and show improved attitudes towards education. Those who participated in school gardening activities scored significantly higher on science achievement tests than students who did not experience any garden based learning. Recent studies by the American Dietetic Association found that children who garden eat more fruits and vegetables. Children who grow their own food are more likely to eat fruits and vegetables and to show higher levels of knowledge about nutrition. They are also more likely to continue healthy eating habits throughout their whole lives. Gardening teaches many important qualities, such as self confidence and responsibility that comes from caring for plants successfully and enjoying the plants, flowers or food that they have grown. Children will also learn about biology, nature, nutrition and even design. They will also have a physical activity that is fun and productive and will also learn from the benefits of cooperation through shared play activity and teamwork. Perhaps the most beneficial aspect of gardening for children is that it is a creative activity that encourages imagination and reasoning. The best way to get kids enthusiastic about gardening is to let them choose what they want to grow and give them their own container to grow it in. The key for anyone starting out in gardening is to experience success, so growing things without a huge degree of difficulty is the best idea. Never force the kids to garden and help them, even if they have their own container garden. I let them kids do the fun parts of the gardening, that way they are likely to become more interested when you are doing some of the more mundane tasks. It is important to let them progress at their own pace. Especially with kids (and anyone else for that matter) if they have an early success then they will want to do it again. Starting small and easy is a good way to achieve

this. Give them the choice of something that is easy to grow. Sunflowers, strawberries and herbs are good choices. Start by showing your children how to sow seeds for the first time and watch them sprout and grow into a plant, it is a fascinating experience for children. Then relax and let the children experiment just for the fun of it. Gardening is never a sure thing and there is always a risk that something will go wrong and your plants could fail. If this happens then try, try, again. In this way kids can learn that despite failure, with sustained effort success can be eventually achieved. For very small children, something as simple as collecting flowers in a bucket, or watering plants can provide an enjoyable garden experience. Most kids love to play with water, so they are usually very keen to water the garden. Kids like to pull things off plants, so you should plant herbs, fruits, vegetables, and quick growing flowers as harvesting these can be a very enjoyable experience for them. Make sure your garden is a safe place. Plastic tools are the most suitable to use with the kids in the garden. I recommend the toy set that you can buy for the beach, it normally has a bucket, spade and small rake. Never use chemicals in the vicinity of children. Keep sprays and fertilisers out of reach, garden organically if possible. Secure fences and gates. Encourage children to wear a hat, and suitable clothing. Very young children will require careful supervision during activities. Older children are physically capable of handling a variety of activities including lifting, carrying, mulching and pruning. If you don’t know how to garden, it’s your chance to show the kids how to learn!

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Gardening teaches many life skills and it provides an excellent way to impart them to kids whilst also doing something that enhances your natural surroundings and spiritual well being. We all know that nature and gardening are great stress relievers. Caring for a garden is ultimately a peaceful activity, which allows one to connect with the inner self. Planting a garden is like painting a picture, or playing a musical instrument, it can be a meditative yet a highly creative activity at the same time. The end result is that it nourishes the soul. The power of gardening is such that in recent years ‘horticultural therapy’ is becoming increasingly popular as a means to improve cognitive, physical and social functioning, so really the benefits are there for people of all ages. Remember that time spent in the garden should always be soothing and therapeutic. Dr. Kris Garden Doctor Contact: Copyright © 2011 Dr. Kris You can read all past articles of Garden Doctor at C/Ho/I-15 June 11

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For Sale; Olay White radiance (SPF 24) 11 bottles Rp. 250.000. Tel. 081 2397 0129. Sanur. [209]

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For Sale; Blackberry Torch red colour, 5 million nego’5months used like new complete with box and guarantee! Call/txt +62 821 4757 4092 Alexa. Kuta. [216]

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For Sale; Satellite dish (BVN)+iron pole 3 meter + decoder 4 months old. Rp. 1.200.000. HP. 0821 4598 9252 Nelly. E-mail: <>. Sanur. [128] For Sale; Condoms (unused) 104 Durex packet of 3, 14 Durex packets of 12, 19 Ansel condoms packets of 3. Rp. 2.500.000 the lot. Tel. 081 2397 0129. Sanur. [045] For Sale; Antique teak wood desk in great condition. 200cm x 80cm w/ small center drawer. Bought for Rp. 3 million will sell for Rp. 2.5 nego. Contact +62 878 6198 8111. Seminyak. [247]

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For Sale; 5000 watt Matsuyama stavolt, newly refurbished and in great working condition. Rp. 2 million negotiable. +62 878 6198 8111. Seminyak. [254] For Sale; Cheap tables, chairs, stools, sofa’s and more. Contact 0815 5888 5053. [255]

For Sale; Baby car seat suitable for kids up to 2 years. Great condition and only 300.000. Call 081 2380 2728. Jimbaran. [037] Want to Buy; A massage table in good condition. Call 423 595 / 0812 3607 4711 or e-mail <sohanabali@gmail. com>. Kerobokan. [016]

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For Sale; Golf clubs, Ladies Manta full set and bag, 3 million. Kids club Wilson 1.5 million. Contact 0821 4491 1944. Umalas. [211]

For Sale; Lots of lomo camera & film, expired film 120mm & 35 mm. Process, scan & print. Call/SMS 0859 3536 2279. Denpasar. [078]

For Sale; Samsung SGH f480 with charger and headset. 700 rb. work well. Contact 0857 3802 0048. Denpasar. [056]

Moving Sale; Secondhand American spring bed brand bed set queen size. 85% good condition. 0857 1958 0017. [083]


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The Fall and the Heart by S. Rukiah The Fall and the Heart is one of the lesser known classics of the Indonesian revolutionary era and one of the strongest pieces of prose writing by an Indonesian woman author before the 1970s. The book is published by Lontar Foundation’s Modern Library of Indonesia, a series launched with the purpose of promoting and popularizing English translations of 20th century Indonesian literature. Unlike commercial publishers, Lontar does not focus on hot new bestsellers but on titles that have proven to have long-term literary significance. Rukiah’s book is among the first five titles in the new series. Although it may not be one of the thousand books that you must read before you die, Rukiah’s account of a young, middle-class woman’s experiences with her lover, her family, and her part in the country’s struggle for independence was controversial and courageous at the time of its publication. The book interweaves the story of a woman who takes an active part in the country’s independence struggle while at the same time depicting her family’s foibles and history more believably than any other work of its time. All the post-independence turmoil played havoc with all of the main character’s plans for the future. Rukiah presents thoughtful rendition of the emotions of young people who took part in the revolution because they believed in it and who also grew more mature - and in some ways more disillusioned – because of the experience. Rukiah is one of only a handful of Indonesian writers to have looked at the negative impact that the revolution had on lives and relationships.

This is not a war novel in the same way that The Red Badge of Courage, For Whom the Bell Tolls or War and Peace are. But the book must be put into the context of the time it was written, its overall value lies in the place it holds in the development of modern Indonesian literature. Most of the real warfare in The Fall in the Heart takes place inside the narrator’s soul. Throughout we hear far too much pyschologizing, high-sounding ideals and expressions of the heroine’s unobtainable love, and of her regrets, confusion and shame as a result of a one night romantic tryst with the guerilla leader and fervid communist which she called “the secret of the red moon.” Even in a time of revolution, adultery, loss of virginity and children born out of wedlock were forbidden topics in the 1940s.

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The author is more adept empathizing with the feelings of the women who populate the novel, deftly summarizing the personalities of each. Her portrayals of her sisters, her mother and her girlfriends are so intimate that there is little doubt that the people were real. The mother is a domineering and materialistic woman who encourages her daughters to marry “a man of sufficient means,” a preoccupation which alienates her daughters and almost destroys the family. The anti-communist twist at the end is unexpected . The author’s career as an intellectual is perhaps at least as interesting as what she wrote. Rukiah was a member of the Central Committee of LEKRA, the cultural wing of the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI). As a result of her affiliation with that organization, she was one of a number of Indonesian writers to have had her books banned following the overthrow of President Sukarno and the outlawing of the PKI in 1965. In the ensuing purge left-leaning writers and artists were persecuted and blacklisted with far more lethal zeal than their counterparts in the US during the hearings and subsequent witch hunts carried out by the House Un-American Activities Committee under Senator Joe McCarthy. Because of the emotional trauma the writer suffered in 1965 and the years following, Rukiah never wrote again. She died in Jakarta in 2007.

But don’t expect to be carried away by a realistic scenes torn from the pages of the revolution. Atmosphere plays almost no role in this work of fiction. There are not enough vivid details for the war to really comes alive in our imaginations. There are no horrific scenes of emergency wards, hysterical grief, the din of bloody skirmishes.

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If a novel’s setting is a revolution, the scenes of the guerilla camp or a hospital during a conflict must be as real and tactile as they would be if had experienced them in our own lives, more real than one can even recall in our own private memories. The reader must be able to smell, hear and touch the action taking place. When the main character anguishes that she is “sick of the blood, the killing and the sound of gunfire,” she doesn’t describe why she is tired of all the suffering in her midst.

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“The Warthog Effect” which can lead to hurricanes in Hampstead and even ripples on the surface of Rupert Murdoch’s bedtime Horlicks. This is, of course, known as the warthog effect.

I looked.

Why is it that an island that depends so much on tourism and hopes to attract high level travellers from across the world doesn’t repair the numerous huge holes in the pavements?

You see to fall down a hole in paradise brings about a behavioural cusp.

Perhaps the authorities just don’t see there is a problem.

“A what?”

I remember years ago a British tourist arrived at Ngurah Rai airport, he travelled to Ubud and, late at night after a long journey half way across the world, arrived at his hotel. It was dark (it does tend to go a bit dark at night doesn’t it?) and, wandering around the hotel in the blackness he stepped into an open well. The well was empty and he fell rather a long way to the bottom badly damaging his spine. He was medivaced out paralysed. We have to wonder why a hotel would have an open well hidden in a dark area where a visitor is likely to walk.

A behavioural cusp. It is a behaviour change that brings an organism’s behaviour into contact with new contingencies that have far-reaching consequences. A behavioural cusp is a special type of behaviour change because it provides the learner with opportunities to access (1) new reinforcers (“buggar I won’t do that again”), (2) new contingencies (“I should have taken out health insurance”) (3) new environments (“it’s bleedin’ ‘orrible down here”), (4) new related behaviours (“I’ll strangle the bastard that didn’t replace that manhole”), (5) competition with archaic or problem behaviours (“I’ll strangle every bastard that ever knew the milkman of the bastard that didn’t replace that manhole”), and (6) it impacts the people around the learner (“god you stink”), and (7) these people agree to the behaviour change and support its development after the intervention is removed (“go and have a bath, you smell like fermenting warthog vomit”).

Pavements generally in Indonesia are not very “user friendly” are they? They make the kerbs about 3 metres high and the pavements rise and fall as they cross driveways making use of crampons and a rope mandatory in places. Then they cover them with concrete pavers with a non slip pattern so coarse that they trip you every step. But then if that isn’t enough, just to make sure you are paying attention, they put an inspection cover every ten metres or so which either doesn’t fit properly, is not properly in position or simply has gone missing. Most pavements are made up of concrete slabs laid over the top of road drains. These slabs are built as scientifically as the bone in a witchdoctor’s nostril. A plywood “mold” is made up where the slab will go, a bit of steel rod is laid in the bottom and badly mixed concrete is put on top and allowed to set. Unfortunately the steel is in the bottom of the slab, it doesn’t strengthen the concrete much at all and is also exposed so that rust sets in. One day an unsuspecting grockle stumbles upon a weakened slab, the rust gives way and the tourist disappears into a black fetid orifice never to be seen again. Often the slabs are damaged by a passing 10 ton truck carrying 300 tons of water bottles being driven by some orang who learned his driving skills while pushing a bakso cart. He has to deliver his water to that warung but his simple brain doesn’t have the capacity to comprehend that a fully laden 300 ton truck placed on top of a feebly manufactured concrete drain cover is not a tenable situation. Have you noticed how often you see trucks with their rear wheels disappeared into holes in the pavements around these parts. “A hole in the pavement!” Shock, horror, “they (that mysterious, ever present “they” who are expected to fix everything) should do something about it!” In our so called civilised western world, where even bank robbers can sue the local authority for tripping over something while making their getaway, holes such as these would be very quickly repaired. Unfortunately not in Bali. There appears to be a reluctance to repair holes in the pavements, many of which have been there for so long they have trees growing out of them. So why are there so many holes in Bali’s pavements lurking in the dark waiting to trap the unwary and ready at a moment’s notice to swallow you whole? Some say it is a ‘holeistic’ tourism strategy devised to encourage people to stay a bit longer. You can hear the advertising straplines: “Visit Bali and enjoy the hole experience” or perhaps “come to Bali, put your feet up and relax in Sanglah’s 5 star hideaway.” More cynical types suggest it is the wealthcare industry that has taken a leaf out of the book of enterprising puncture repair men (you know, the ones that throw nails on the road outside their premises to “stimulate” business). It is rumoured that in the dark of night shadowy figures descend on the streets to set traps for the unwary that will inevitably lead to the parting of rather a lot of the folding stuff in the pursuit of a return to health and wellbeing. They recognise that holes are a touch wellness negative. I have it on good authority that this is simply not true. The hole is, of course, a gift from the spiritual realm. To repair it would be to interfere with the space time continuum of the universe and may alter the destiny of not only we insignificant mortals but of the very universe itself. Fate would be tampered with and Karma simply wouldn’t get a look in. It has been well said that everything in the universe is interconnected and the mere twitch of the sphincter muscle of a Siberian warthog can set in train a whole series of events

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In short, falling down a hole in the pavement is a learning experience that, done once, is unlikely to be repeated. Have you noticed? Indonesian don’t walk on the footpaths. My wife refuses to, she feels they are dangerous, she prefers to walk in the road amongst the traffic. She always feels that the access covers are going to collapse under her. You might have also noticed you can always recognise new visitors to Bali by the way they try and walk on the pavements, they stumble around tripping over things and tip toeing around obstacles. Eventually they will get the point. Falling down a hole brings a welcome respite from our ever increasingly hectic daily life, a period of relaxation and reflection as a broken ankle mends itself or a fetid infection spreads up our leg. It brings us to contemplate the importance of physical wellbeing in a spiritual world and the very tentative nature of life itself. Basic biological issues take on a far more relevant perspective in the stark reality of a simplified life: “To wee or not to wee? That is the question.”

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We are also brought to a place of realising that in our ever so safe closetted western lifestyle we have been lulled into a false sense of our security. We are brought to recognise the holes in the many pavements of our lives that we walk every day. When it comes to health most people are finding the odd few holes of the past have multiplied at an exponential rate in recent years. To satisfy the voracious appetites of the banking fraternity of the wealthcare industry clinics and hospitals are reproducing like rabbits on viagra and charging prices that make wounded bulls (where on earth did that phrase come from) look like benevolent philanthropists. Suicide is starting to look like a very sensible option for ever increasing proportions of the world population. Will the insurance pay out? Are holes in the pavement a preexisting condition? Will pigs fly? Similarly in the financial sector’s of our world we have suddenly found holes where we never expected them. Cedric and Penelope put away money all their lives as they walked a pavement based on trust and long term security. Suddenly they, like many people across the world, have found their financial arrangements are so full of holes there isn’t a pavement left anymore. Indeed the (w)hole of the financial world, which for generations has been a system based on trust, woke up one morning only to discover that they were surrounded by sharks and sharlatans. What future is there when no one can trust anyone else, when 80% of the world’s wealth has no collateral to cover it and where wealth exists merely as digital entries in some hidden computer database? Is virtual wealth a negotiable currency?


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There are rather a lot aren’t there? I don’t really know what else to say. There again I suppose a question does drift aimlessly across my mind:

But holes in the pavements have a much more important role here in the transcendental world of Bali where the spiritual world is forever engaged in an eternal battle between good and evil and the perpetual pursuit of harmony. The holes exist as reminders of the many holes in the pavements of our lives.

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2008 should have been a behavioural cusp but it wasn’t and now 3 years later the pavement is knackered and no one can afford to pay for the repairs anymore. I’m starting to wander into a ‘hole’ new realm so I’d better finish. I’ll leave you with some words of wisdom from a good friend of mine “A pavement in Bali is that where the sum of it’s parts is less than the hole.”

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My Favourite Things

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This column is non-advertorial and written by an expat who has lived in Indonesia for 17 years and Bali for 15. The island has changed during this time, as has the whole world, but there are some places, things, people or events that remain as good as anyone can remember, for various reasons, or, recently opened places, arrived people or new organisations that are worth a mention. Listed below are those for this edition, in no particular order, as the island is a vibrant place that moves progressively with many wonderful things on offer. Bali has come a long way and My Favourite Things explores what remains interesting for us all to experience. With this your comments would be welcomed if you endeavour to follow the lead, or, if you would like to suggest something that you found particularly amazing; whatever the experience was, please share. It’s important to spread the news on anything positive, as time and experiences are precious, and ‘favourite things’ cherished, although, what makes the world go round is also a difference of opinion. Enjoy every moment on Bali, and if so inclined, see if the below will make your list of favourites. One thing that all of us on this blue planet have in common is food, eating within families or communities, or enjoying a good meal for epicurean desires. Whichever it may be, we all do this regularly several times a day, and this little island of Bali holds a dizzying variety of choices and restaurants. Few actually tuck into ‘real’ Balinese or Indonesian fare, and what a shame that is, as it is delicious and suits all palates whether vegetarian, carnivorous, spicy, sweet or bland. I have recently discovered a few little ‘gems’ now listed as part of My Favourite Things.

plates for sharing ‘a deux’ you can really do very well for around Rp. 100,000 – for example; one California Roll Set, one bowl of Edamame, one Calamari Tempura, and two Teka Maki Sets (we both love the freshness of it). Lashings of green tea, and the ubiquitous pickled ginger, wasabi and soya sauces (also complimentary) make for a great value lunch adding to the ‘favourites’ on Bali.

Warung Kolega is found on Jl. Petitenget and has been a staunch favourite of both local and expatriate palates for several years. Serving up delicious Indonesian food, in a casual ‘warung’ style, you can acquaint yourself as you please with meat or vegetable ‘real’ Indonesian fare. However, it is only open until 5pm, and the best food is served around 11.30 am, so it is advisable to get there for an early lunch. A vegetarian meal will cost around Rp.15,000, and one with meat or fish for around Rp. 30,000.

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A yummy breakfast treat Moving on from the great value lunches, let’s discuss one of the wonderful breakfast menus to be found, making My Favourite Things. As we are on this gorgeous island, with some spectacular beaches, it’s pretty fab to enjoy breakingfast with a full ocean view – waves-a-crashing and people watching in between mouthfuls.

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Colonial Living is a primarily vegetarian restaurant, centrally located off the main By Pass in Seminyak, on Jl. Kunti II, with a rarity in a rapidly congested Bali in all senses of the word – a CAR PARK. Vegetarian often means ‘boring’ to some, but Colonial Living has left many a hardened meat eater in my company totally agreeing on the ‘surprising’ yumminess of it all. The same person has declared the milkshakes to be the ‘best on the island’ – something I can’t comprehend as I don’t drink such a thing. This little eatery has been around for years, and has expanded over this time, both in space as well as now serving dinner too, where it just used to close at 5pm previously, to being open on Sundays as well. It is extremely popular during lunch when it serves its ‘famous’ set menu for Rp. 45,000, that changes daily on a rota for a total of 4 weeks – so you can never get ‘bored’. If you don’t want to spend any extra they ‘give’ glasses of Aqua. The yoghurt cheesecake dessert is scrumptious, homemade, that many come in just to share with a coffee. This is a big ‘yes’. Sushi Tei is a franchise Japanese Restaurant found on the main By Pass (JL. Sunset Road #99) just before Carrefour on the same side – you can’t miss it, as it is a sprawling space with ample parking (trying to make it easy

for us all). This restaurant is remarkably ‘clean’, spacious, with gracious staff, and an amazing menu at ridiculously affordable prices. As long as you don’t walk in completely starving hungry, you can easily enjoy a lunch for up to Rp. 50,000, although there isn’t any set menu around this price, it’s easy to choose a la carte. Once again, green tea, or ‘ocha’, is provided with Sushi Tei’s compliments, in either an iced or hot variety. The usual set of 6 California Rolls are Rp. 20,000 or a set of 6 Teki Maka rolls at approximately Rp. 15,000. The roe infused calamari tempura is truly light and delicious and a steal at Rp. 29,000. If you get several

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value for money, the best service I’ve received for quite some time, the freshness and variety of cuisine, as well as the quality of all the food – again the best French cheese I’ve tasted this side of Europe. You can either splash out at Rp. 110,000++ to let loose on the buffet including vitamin bursting fresh fruit juices, coffee and teas, or, at Rp. 250,000++ get a full a la carte menu thrown in as well as the aforementioned buffet selection with beverage. I was amazed at my Breakfast Bento Box (yes Japanese again) with lovely fresh salmon teriyaki, vegetable tempura etc etc. My partner ordered the Breakfast Australian Sirloin Steak, which came with hearty manly portions of sausage, bacon, eggs and all the trimmings. Along with shared charcuteries, cheeses, pickles, fresh fruit, pastries and an impressive hanging honey comb dripping fresh from the hive, nothing was overlooked, or too much trouble for the gorgeous staff, along with daily newspapers and immaculate table setting and service, that we took full advantage of during the 7 – 11am time frame making this great value for money. If the resort isn’t too occupied, the staff will cosy you down after on one of the massive sunbeds on the beach, which the restaurant overlooks, for a few hours of lolling. I felt like royalty, so this definitely makes My Favourite Things. Will it make yours?

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Local News Bali Bomber Umar Patek Could Escape Long Prison Sentence The tough anti-terrorism law passed after the double nightclub blasts in Bali cannot be used retroactively against Umar Patek, leaving prosecutors scrambling to convict him of lesser crimes, from premeditated murder to immigration violations. Patek, an al-Qa’ida linked militant captured on January 25 in the same Pakistani town where Osama bin Laden was killed by US forces, allegedly told interrogators he made the explosives used in the 2002 attacks in Bali. The bombings killed 202 people, including 88 Australians and seven Americans. They were followed by near annual suicide attacks on glitzy Western hotels, restaurants and an embassy in the world’s most populous Muslim nation. More than 680 militants have been rounded up, tried in open courts and convicted or executed under anti-terror laws passed in 2003, including 32 for their roles in the Bali bombings, according to police and prosecutors. In 2004, however, the constitutional court ruled that the law could no longer be used retroactively. Patek will be the first big fish to test that decision.

“But when that didn’t happen,” Akbar said, “we had no choice but to bring him home.” The nation of 240 million people only recently emerged from decades of rule by General Suharto, who led one of the 20th century’s most brutal dictatorships. His military regime killed hundreds of thousands of political opponents. When Indonesia came under pressure to pass anti-terror legislation soon after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the United States, early drafts were shelved over concerns they harkened back to the days of Suharto. The legislation eventually approved has been widely praised as both tough on terrorists and concerned with human rights. It is seen as a potential model for Egypt, another Muslim-majority nation with an authoritative past. General Anton Bachrul Alam, a spokesman for the National Police, said Patek still faces possible prosecution for alleged crimes committed after the anti-terror law was passed such as gun smuggling, immigration violations and involvement in a jihadi training camp discovered in Indonesia’s westernmost province of Aceh last year.

Authorities will instead use a Dutch colonial-era penal code to charge Patek with premeditated murder and a decades-old emergency decree to charge him with possession of explosives, said Rear Marshal Chairul Akbar, a high official at Indonesia’s anti-terrorism agency. Both carry a maximum penalty of death, but getting a conviction will be hard.

“They want to get him on a series of sentences that could amount to him spending decades in jail, but getting there is not as easy as it seems,” said Greg Barton of the Global Terrorism Research Center at Melbourne’s Monash University. Most terror convictions in Indonesia yield sentences of fewer than 10 years, he said.

“We waited nearly six months to have him deported from Pakistan because we are worried he’d get off after just a few years in jail,” Akbar said. Indonesia had hoped the US, Australia or the Philippines, all of which had reason to put him behind bars, would agree to take the veteran Jemaah Islamiah member.

Patek trained in Pakistan and Afghanistan in the 1990s. After the Bali bombings he escaped to the Philippines, where he allegedly helped train militants with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front and the Abu Sayyaf group. He allegedly told Indonesian authorities he went to Pakistan in January to meet with bin Laden. (September 4th 2011)

Foster Care Offers Hope for Neglected Children, but Law Limits Assistance There seemed to be little hope for Buddi (not his real name), a young boy from Lombok whose father was an alcoholic, whose mother suffered from mental illness and whose relatives could not, or would not, care for him. That was until children’s charity Peduli Anak found him and took his case, and that of nine other children aged 9 to 14, to the courts. “We needed to prove the children were better off with the foundation and show how child custody [intervention] could help the many vulnerable children in Indonesia,” said Chaim Fetter, the organization’s founder. In what Martina Natratilova Fetter, Peduli Anak’s public relations manager, said was a first for Indonesia, a team of judges from the Mataram district court granted legal custody of the 10 children to Peduli Anak. But, she said, since legal custody was not regulated by law, the foundation was often unable to intervene. That is why the organization, founded in 2006, has been working with the Ministry of Social Affairs to push for a regulation that would provide a foster system for neglected children. Chaim said the arrangement would give social agencies and the courts the ability to revoke the custodial rights of abusive parents. Custody of the child would then be given to other relatives or to a child protection agency. Harry Hikmat, director of social welfare at the Ministry of Social Affairs, said that though Indonesia provided an adoption service in its orphanages, there were no clear rules for foster care. “There is no proper child care system in Indonesia,” he said. “The new regulation is being brought in to provide for children whose parents are being irresponsible.” Harry said the new legal framework would ensure children had “the right to child care” and a family. “It will be a family-based system,” he said. “We are currently drafting the regulation.” Harry hoped the proposal would become a part of the Child Protection Law by the end of the year. However, Ignatius Mulyono, the Democrat Party chairman of the House of Representatives Legislation Body, said that although there has been some discussion by the House about including child legal custody into the current Child Protection Law, “it is not a priority.” Peduli Anak disagrees. Martina gave the example of a 14-year-old who had lived under Peduli Anak’s care for five years without any family members showing up.

She said that after the family found out the boy was “all grown up and strong,” his stepmother pulled him out of school to work on the farm. And since Peduli Anak did not have legal custody of the child, they were powerless to stop her. Martina said the parents only saw the short-term value of the child. “They don’t understand that he has not yet completed his education,” she said. “By pulling the him out of school, they disrupt our programme, and more importantly his future.” Martina said that by legalizing child custody, Peduli Anak will be better able to ensure a bright future for the children in their care. “By giving custody to Peduli Anak, the foundation has responsibility for the child’s wellbeing until he or she is 18 years old.” Chaim was quick to point out that this did not need to be the end of the child’s relationship with his or her family. “If they can prove to the court they are capable, and accept counselling from our child protection officers,” parents can regain custody of their child. Chaim added that the first priority for Peduli Anak was always to reunite the children with their own family. “The best place for a child is with their family.” He said that the foundation offers counselling and parenting training to help develop good relationships between children and their families. “To date Peduli Anak has successfully reunited 66 children with their families,” he said. “Taking legal custody over a child is always a last resort.” Of 10 children who recently entered the custody of Peduli Anak, Martina said all the relatives were willing to relinquish custody. “In fact, they were glad the foundation could help,” she said. The Peduli Anak Child Development Center currently has 80 children under its wing, most of them rescued from a life on the streets of Lombok. The center includes three permanent homes for former street children, a primary school, a junior high school, a vocational school, cooking facilities, recreational areas and a health clinic. “We want to keep them on the right track and develop their potential,” he said. “At the heart of Peduli Anak are our children, our people and the promising future we are trying to create.” Martina said one of Peduli Anak’s first wards graduated last year at the age of 19. “He learned skills in auto mechanics,” she said. “And when he finished he went back home to his family in Surabaya, where he is now working at a garage.” (September 2nd 2011)

New Wasp Species Discovered in Indonesia Shocks Scientists An American scientist working with a team of Indonesians scientists has discovered a new giant black warrior wasp species. The wasp will be added to the list of items named after the country’s national symbol, the mythical bird Garuda. The insect-eating predator was discovered by Lynn S. Kimsey, a professor of entomology and the director of the Bohart Museum of Entomology at the University of California, while working with 12 scientists from the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) during an expedition to the Mekongga Mountains of Sulawesi. Scientists are shocked by the discovery of the insect, with the male wasp measuring approximately two-and-a-half inches long. Kimsey said they knew nothing about the biology of these wasps and have only ever been seen in southwestern Sulawesi. Much of Sulawesi’s biosphere is considered threatened by logging and mining operations. Kimsey said there are now plans for an open a pit nickel mine on the mountain. “There’s talk of forming a biosphere reserve to preserve this,” she said. “There are so many rare and endangered species on Sulawesi that the world may never see. I consider Sulawesi one of the world’s top three islands for biodiversity - that along with Australia and Madagascar,” Kimsey said. (September 1st 2011) Aceh Quake Causes Serious Damage to 417 Buildings- 2 Dead A total of 417 buildings were seriously damaged after a 6.7-magnitude undersea earthquake struck Subulussalam city in Aceh province and environs early on Tuesday (6/9), a minister said. The minister said the quake claimed two lives. One of them died of heart problem and the other was buried under the mud. The Social Service Ministry is preparing emergency response funds totaling Rp. 1 billion to handle the impact of the quake. The quake is estimated to have caused Rp50 billion in material losses. He said emergency response measures would be introduced in affected areas for two weeks. The epicenter of the quake was located 2.81 degrees northern latitude and 97.85 degrees eastern longitude or 59 km northeast of Singkil Baru, Aceh, at a depth of 78 km. Aceh bore the brunt of an 8.9-magnitude undersea quake and subsequent tsunami on December 26, 2004 which killed more than 200 thousand people. (September 8th 2011) Idul Fitri Delay Confuses Millions of Indonesians The government’s last-minute decision to mark Idul Fitri on Wednesday (31/8) instead of Tuesday (30/8) caused widespread confusion across the country as millions of families and businesses hurriedly changed their plans. The government did not announce the changed date until Monday evening, following a meeting of 12 experts from across the country, the majority of whom said they had sighted the new moon that signals the start of a new month. Most observant Muslims had already begun preparations for a Tuesday celebration. Many festive meals were cooked, but fasting continued for another day. Some stuck to their original plans to mark the day on Tuesday, including members of the Muhammadiyah, the country’s second largest Islamic movement. (September 1st 2011) Indonesian, Australian Pilots Conduct Joint Exercise in Bali Twenty-five pilots from the Indonesian Air Forces (TNI-AU) and the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) conducted a four-day joint exercise in Bali, commander of Bali’s Ngurah Rai air base Lt Col Sumarto said. “They are 13 TNI-AU and 12 RAAF pilots,” he said here on Monday before the exercise begins on Tuesday. He said for the exercise the TNI-AU had deployed six F-16s and the RAAF eight F-18s. The pilots from the two countries would conduct the exercise for four days in the fly zones south and west of the air base. They would fly at an altitude of up to 50,000 feet in the exercise, he said. “The four-day exercise from Tuesday until Friday is code-named Elang Ausindo,” he said. He said the exercise was aimed at improving the capability of the two countries` fighter pilots as well as the military relations between the two countries. He said the scenario for the exercise would be a dogfight. “Two flights will be done everyday during the exercise,” he said. He said such an exercise had not only been done with Australia but also with other countries such as Singapore, Thailand, Brunei Darussalam and the US. (September 5th 2011)

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Two Expatriates Fatally Injured in Motorbike Accidents Two expatriates have been fatally injured in motorbike accidents in the past week. A seventeen-year-old boy suffered severe head injuries following a motorbike accident, which occurred at approximately 3 am on Tuesday (30/8) on the Sanur bypass. The victim was admitted to the Sanglah ICU but passed away due to the severity of his injuries. The boy had been a popular student at the Bali International School, and a touching ceremony was held by family and fellow students in his honor on Monday (5/9). During the early hours of Saturday morning (3/9) a twenty five year old woman from Queensland suffered multiple injuries after a motorbike accident on double six road. The victim was airlifted to Perth for treatment however died shortly after her arrival. (September 8th 2011) Australian Tourist Arrivals in Bali up Significantly The number of Australian tourists in Bali reached 432,480 during the January-July 2011 period, up 26.58 percent from 341,664 in the same period last year. “The significant increase puts Australia in the first place among the top ten sources of Bali`s foreign tourists,” I Gede Suarsa, the head of the Bali Central Bureau of Statistics, said here on Tuesday. In 2010 the number of Australians holidaying in Bali reached 641,588, a 43.67 percent increase compared to 2009 when the figure -was 446,570. Gede Suarsa said Australia contributed 27.25 percent of the total number of foreign tourists coming to Bali totaling 1.58 million during the period of January-July 2011. The figure increased 10.60 percent from 1.43 million in the same period last year. (September 7th 2011) Indonesian Man Eaten by Pet Dogs after Starving Them An Indonesian man who left his nine dogs to starve while he was away on a two-week holiday was decapitated and eaten by the hungry animals when he returned home. Police found Andre Lumboga’s body ripped to pieces on Monday (5/9) after a neighborhood guard noticed a revolting smell coming from his house in the Batam Centre district of the Riau Islands, a province of Indonesia northeast of Singapore in the South China Sea. The guard had gone to his house to investigate after noticing the 50-year-old’s suitcase sitting outside the front door five days after he returned from his trip. Police chief Eriyana said the man’s skull was found in a different room to his body. “We suspect that the dogs were hungry, so they attacked Andre, because they had not been fed for 14 days,” Eriyana told media on Tuesday. Seven of the nine dogs ate the two other canines before eating their master, the Jakarta Post reports. (September 6th 2011) Bikers Care for Underprivileged Children in Bali The big-big enthusiasts club (MOGE) in Bali have shown their softer side by giving assistance to underprivileged children on the Island. The “Night Angels” Chairman, I Gede Sutrisna Mulyawan (Bro Mully) accompanied by IB Sri Rama Surya (Bro Nick), said that the club was a new organization consisting of 12 members and was concerned with the lives of the children that were less fortunate. According to Bro Mully, a charity event was held at the Narayan Seva Orphanage in Kerobokan. The social event led by builder dr. Gede Subawa organized assistance in the form of gas stoves, computers, stationery, food, cash, as well as toiletries / laundry, for the kids and managers. The orphanage caretaker, Didi Mohatita, warmly welcomed the provisions. Didi said the orphanage, which was built in 2004 cared for 58 children ranging from toddlers to teens. They were mostly from the underprivileged families and orphans from Buleleng and Karangasem. (September 1st 2011)


Close to 100,000 Super Rich Indonesians By 2015

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The number of high net worth individuals (HNWI) in Indonesia is expected to triple within the next five years on the back of the nation’s strong economic growth, according to a research report. HNWI, at an estimated 33,000 for 2010, is projected to reach close to 100,000 in 2015, CLSA and Julius Baer said in their Wealth Report for Asia released on Friday (2/9). Wealth of HNWI in Indonesia will grow at approximately 21 percent without currency gains, or about 30 percent annually taking into account rupiah appreciation, the report said. The estimated growth rate would be the fastest among 10 Asian locations, which includes China, Hong Kong, India, South Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand, according to CLSA, a broker, and Julius Baer, a Swiss bank. “The forces for wealth creation appear extremely favorable for Asia over the coming years,” the report said. “These economies are growing faster than any other region in the world.” Indonesia, home to the largest economy in Southeast Asia with a population of around 240 million people, has been benefiting from an increase in domestic spending that is helping to boost average annual per capita income from last year’s $3,000 rate. (September 2nd 2011).

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is scheduled to inaugurate the newly built Lombok International Airport in West Nusa Tenggara province on October 3, 2011, the head of the West Nusa Tenggara provincial transportation, communication and information service Ridwan Syah said on Friday (2/9). Vice President Boediono inspected the construction of the airport on July 11, 2011. During the visit, he held a dialog with the building contractor of the international airport. At that time, Boediono revealed the commitment of state airport operator PT Angkasa Pura I and other relevant parties to operate the airport by October 1, 2011. (September 3rd 2011)

Fuel Additive Risks Health And Environment An environmental group has threatened to file a lawsuit against state-run oil and gas firm Pertamina over its reported plan to use toxic chemical as an additive in its fuels. The Committee Against Leaded Gasoline (KPPB) was reacting to the recent announcement of a tender from Pertamina published in a national newspaper on Aug. 15 - to supply methyl tertiary-butyl ether. MTBE is an oxygenate used to enhance a fuel’s octane level, but there is evidence it poses risks to the environment and to public health. The KPPB cited research from 2007 by the European Ramazzini Foundation that found that MTBE was carcinogenic and a cause of leukemia, particularly in women. The group said the use of the substance would violate the Law on the Environment. KPPB coordinator Ahmad Safruddin said MTBE could be emitted in large volumes from motorcycles with two-stroke engines, which are popular in Indonesia. Compared to a four-stroke version, a two-stroke engine emits more pollution. He also said that gas stations across the country often experienced leakages that could increase the risk of MTBE contamination in groundwater. Mochamad Harun, a Pertamina spokesman, said the company had never used MTBE for its fuel. He added that the additive was being sought for experimental activities. (August 27th 2011) Indonesia wants Aussie Travel Warning Lifted The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s (DFAT) travel advice for Indonesia, last updated on August 29, continues to warn of a “very high threat of terrorist attack”, particularly on the resort island of Bali. However Ansyaad Mbai, head of the National Counter Terrorism Agency, said today there was no reason why Australians should be concerned about traveling to Indonesia. “We consider that terrorist attacks are more likely to focus on places where large numbers of Westerners gather, including, but not limited to, tourist areas in islands such as Bali, as well as Jakarta and other places in Indonesia,” the website says. However, Mr. Ansyaad said the threat against Western targets had reduced significantly in recent years, including in Bali where 202 people including 88 Australians were killed in 2002 in Indonesia’s single most deadly terrorist attack. “I can understand how concerned the government of Australia is in order to protect and to prevent Australian people being targeted by terrorists, but I don’t see (there is a) risk,” he said. The comments come after Indonesia’s Trade Minister Mari Pangestu last week called for the travel warnings to be lifted, saying they did not reflect the progress made in combating terrorism in recent years. (September 27th 2011)


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Bali Named in World’s Top 25 Fashion Capitals The Global Language Monitor has ranked Bali 21st in its list of the top fashion capitals in the world. The Island of the Gods even made it to the Top Movers chart with a staggering 11-place jump from number 32 last year. “The world is discovering the allure that has been a quiet secret for centuries,” GLM, a Texas-based company that ranks cities’ popularity based on the number of times they are mentioned online, wrote on its Web site. It explained that “the exclusive ranking is based upon GLM’s Narrative Tracker, which analyzes the Internet, blogosphere, print and electronic media, as well as new social media sources like Twitter. Topping the chart is London, which replaces last year’s champion, New York, in this fashion face-off. London and New York were followed by Paris, Milan, Los Angeles and Hong Kong. Despite its drop from No. 2 last year, Hong Kong still tops the Asian chart. Other Asian cities that made the list include Tokyo, Shanghai, Bangkok and Singapore, the only Southeast Asian city in the top 10. (August 31st 2011) Two African Women Caught Smuggling Drugs - One Dead Phoebe Magambe Annet (41) a citizen of Uganda was found dead in the bathroom of the Rita hotel in Kuta on Tuesday (30/8). An autopsy performed on the middle-aged woman, found the cause of the victims death to be an overdose of amphetamines when drugs that she was attempting to smuggle in her gut leaked into her bloodstream. Sanglah Hospital forensic team found as many as 1,119,2 grams of methamphetamine packaged in dozens of white capsules. In the large intestine there were 62 capsules weighing 844 grams, the small intestine there were capsules weighing 27.25gr and in the stomach 18 capsules weighing 247.95 gr. “The victim was allegedly recruited by an international syndicate of drug traffickers,” a police spokesman said. Just a few days after Magambe’s body was found Customs officers at Bali’s Ngurah Rai airport arrested South African national Nyolukana Nomakorinte Christabell (46) for trying to smuggle 1.050 grams of methamphetamine into the island. “The suspect hid the illegal drug in her underwear,” chief of Ngurah Rai customs office I Made Wijaya said at a press conference here on Tuesday (6/9). He said the suspect who works as a maid was arrested on Saturday (Sept 3, 2011) upon arrival at the airport aboard Qatar Airways flight QR0638 serving Doha-Singapore-Denpasar. “We were suspicious of the Qatar Airways passenger’s movements when she was disembarking and had targeted her for special inspection,” he said. Following X-Ray inspection officers decided to conduct a body search which revealed the drug in the woman’s underwear. He said the suspect obtained the drug from a couple she knew in Johannesburg who had asked her to bring it to Bali. Wijaya said based upon estimates the drug was worth Rp2.1 billion. He said the suspect could face a maximum death penalty and a fine of up to Rp. 10 billion. (September 6th 2011)


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Letters To Bali Advertiser Sharks Fin Soup? Dear Sir, I was appalled to read the review of Grand Sanur Seafood in the “Bali Eats” update of the 07 Sept - 21 Sept issue of Bali Advertiser. Gerry Williams extols the “up-market servings of dishes not usually available in Bali including Braised Shark’s Fin and Turtle Soup”. The slaughter of sharks for their fins is one of the most widely publicized conservation issues today. Some 75 million sharks are killed annually for their fins; often finned alive and left for die a slow death. Approximately 30 % of shark species are threatened or near-threatened with extinction, and many shark populations at the point of collapse due to overfishing for this “delicacy”. There are now campaigns in most countries, including China which has been the primary market, to remove shark fin from shops and restaurant menus. As for turtle soup, sea turtles are endangered and protected worldwide. The hunting of turtles was banned in Indonesia in the early 1990s, and the government has set up quotas and strict regulations to allow for the legal sale of turtles for ceremonies. On Bali, responsible dealers sell turtles only to legitimate religious authorities and only for religious purposes. Unfortunately it is clearly possible to circumvent these regulations and offer turtle soup in restaurants. It is difficult to believe that Mr. Williams is completely unaware of global conservation issues. Lyn Robinson IUCN Shark Specialist Group

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For Sale; iPhone 3G, 8GB, black color, good condition, price Rp. 4 million (nego). Please SMS 0813 3757 0127 or 0821 4784 6432. Denpasar. [229] For Sale; Alpinestars S-MX 2 low cut, high performance motorcycle street boot. Black color w/ red trim, size 44. These boots are brand new, worn 10 minutes, wrong size. New price Rp 2.8 million, selling for Rp 2.2 million. Call or SMS 081 2385 8458. Denpasar. [161] For Sale; Viewsonic 19-inch 4:3 flat-screen computer LCD, with built-in speakers, 2 simultaneous inputs: DVI and VGA. Native resolution: 1280 x 1024 pixels. Contact: 081 193 9281 or <garage868@>. Sanur. [131] For Sale; Handmade balsa wood custom surfboard. Kui_tiqi 7, 2 x21 1/4 x2 3/4. Two stringers. Comes with fins and bag. Like new, this board is 10 million new! Rp. 4 mill. SMS 0821 4723 9997. Canggu. [158] For Sale; Small fine collection of antique Indonesian textiles for sale includes Sumba and Timor ikats, some batiks, Tapis Lampung,Songkets, etc. Also a number of old Wayang Goleks, and other antiques. Reasonable prices. For more information please contact 0811 395 963 or <masapt@>. [235]

For Sale; New ulu gun-8. 0, glassed in single with fcs side boxs, 2.5 mill. 0813 3719 4301. Sanur. [236] For Sale; Quick n cheap Sumatera/Batak old & new made wooden handicrafts ex closed artshop, very good to decor your villa/house/ room interior only IDR 15 mills for all (around 100 pcs). E-mail <toba_ar@yahoo.> for inspection. Denpasar. [237] For Sale; Cheap quick, approx 7m3 used teakwood ex Java house from 1 house complete size 9mx7. 5m (except roof tile & floor) + bonus teakwood door panels from another house only IDR 40 mills. <inca. cons@> or 0821 4293 0139. Denpasar. [238] For Sale; Painting of “Duke Kahanomuku”- Father of modern surfing. Price 1,5mill-ONO. For size and pic: contact <lia.rujak@> or 0815 1315 2323. Canggu. [239] Moving Sale; Canon HG10 HD camcorder. Included WD-H43-wide-converter. power adapter. 2 Battery packs. Wireless controller. component cable. Stereo video cable. USB cable. Software. Recording system AVCHD. 40GB HD drive. LCD screen: 2.7in. Mini SDcard. Rp. 3.5 mio (nego). For pics and info please call Michael 081 2395 1444. Sanur. [165]

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by Dr. Rob 3 X 3: Three Solo Art Exhibitions Paintings by Elle, Rianne Salvarita, and Ra’Zsal At Three Monkeys Art Café, Monkey Forest Road, Ubud Nature of the Flesh The expression ‘the nature of the flesh’ implies an idea of nudity or nakedness, and this is technically true in the natural sense of beauty. Everyone has entered the planet Earth in a form of ‘naked’ flesh. Ubud artist Elle feels that ‘the nature of the flesh’ is akin to a blank canvas, from which creative expressions can spring forth. The body itself can be used as a ‘communication device’ to extend creativity. With works such as ‘Flesh’, Elle’s art processes involve bodily actions using her flesh as the Flesh primary device for her application of colors on the blank surfaces. With her painted flesh, she dances over the canvases, leaving traces of colors which make different shapes and textures. She experiences an ‘intimate oneness’ of creation, which focuses her personal insights, as she plays with the creative processes. Windmills of the Mind Rianne Salvarita’s works are influenced by surrealism and the metaphysical. They represent a visual Windmills of the Mind dialogue that reflects the landscape of an imaginative mind. Rianne’s exhibition, ‘Windmills of the Mind’, evokes a stretch of stillness in a landscape where a sundry of objects unite to create an uncommon communality. Paintings like ‘Windmills of the Mind’ can be seen as a description of a ‘think-tank’ vehicle, where images are piled up on top of one another, and get connected to one another, by placing them in an unworldly imagined landscape of stillness. The works are open for more exploration and further interpretation by the viewer. The Vulvanic Eruption In Indonesia there are at least 129 active volcanoes, which are part of the Pacific Ring of Fire. For artist Ra’Zsal, these volcanoes symbolize the birthing canal of Mother Earth. Thus, his painting series, ‘The Vulvanic Eruption’, evokes and recognizes the power of Mother Earth, disbursing ‘the good, the holy, and the beautiful’. The artist has also been recently flooded by Vulcanic Eruption recurring dreams of volcanic eruptions. Consequently, there is much sense of symbolism, representing the birthing processes of creation, found in his forceful canvases. In works like ‘Vulvanic Eruption’, Ra’Zsal feels that he has gained, and displays, an insightful experience, by reconnecting with his spiritual ideals while exploring his artistic processes. His paintings make him feel a greater respect for all volcanoes. Body Theatre Paintings by Wayan Kun Adnyana At Ganesha Gallery, Four Seasons Resort, Jimbaran Bay Tel: 701010

Balinese artist-writer-intellect and visionary, Wayan Kun Adnyana, is a unique example of post-modern crosscultural fertilization in Bali. Hailing from Bangli, the island’s only landlocked province, Kun first appeared on the Balinese art scene as a teenager in 1996, when he won a painting prize. Since then, he has published numerous articles and books, organized several important exhibitions, and established himself as one of Bali’s most dynamic and talented painters. Kun’s paintings are not only visual feasts demonstrating a firm grasp of human anatomy and composition, but, they are also psychological and mythical triumphs. In his exhibition, ‘Theatre of the Body’, Kun has returned to the Renaissance belief that the human body was the centre and measure of all art. Summer Dance In works like ‘Summer Dance’, Kun depicts muscular Balinese men dressed only in loincloths, which embrace and wrestle with each other. Kun presents these images as a comment on the Balinese inability to express their emotions in public. All of the wrestlers are masked, which hides their true feelings. Kun explores this question of identity in proper Balinese fashion, by portraying a theatrical event in which he plays the role of the dalang, the priest-like puppet master of the shadow puppets. Strange Brew & Passion Fruit Paintings by Ra’Zsal At Café Des Artistes, Jl. Bisma No. 9X, Ubud Tel: 972706 Ubud artist Ra’Zsal is also on show at the Café Des Artistes, with his alternative exhibition ‘Strange Brew & Passion Fruit’. There seems to be a unique ‘freshness’ imbued within this other series of paintings, of which, inspiration appears to have come from a fresh passion fruit. As the Passion Fruit example ‘Passion Fruit’ demonstrates, the descriptive visual characteristics of the passion fruit seems to have influenced the entire body of works. The paintings are designed as round-shaped canvases, with a hole in the centre. Golden ‘seeds’ are embedded inside the holes. There is a ‘unique strangeness’ within the look of the paintings, giving each of them a certain ‘cosmic medallion’ appearance. Additionally, a certain quality of vibration seems to emanate an ‘out of the box’ creative experience. The round canvases can also perhaps symbolically signify many other things, such as: A Mandala, or an I Ching Divination Coin, Oneness, or Holiness, amongst others. Don’t Trust What You See Paintings by Suliyat Buamar At Adi’s Gallery, Jl. Bisma 102, Ubud Tel: 977104 Suliyat Buamar was born in 1970 in East-Java, and, in 1997, he moved to Bali to establish a studio in Ubud. With

works like ‘Blue Night’, Suliyat shows expressive paintings in which letters, numbers, and words feature prominently. It appears that these texts are not meant to represent anything, but, as Suliyat states: “Don’t trust what you see. These paintings offer more than just a means for self-introspection to cope with our Blue Night life problems. We cannot judge something by just looking at it, because our eyesight is limited. It takes deeper search in order to understand it”. E-mail: Copyright © 2011 Dr. Rob You can read all past articles of Artwords at

ART & ARTISTS Limited Time Exhibitions 3 X 3: Three Solo Art Exhibitions Artists : Ra’ Zsal, Elle, and Rianne Salvarita Genre : Paintings Period : August 18 until September 30, 2011 Every day, 10.00AM until 11.00PM Location : Three Monkeys Art Cafe, Monkey Forest Road, Ubud Awe to the Earth Artist : Keiji Uji Genre : Sculpture Period : July 2 until September 26, 2011 Every day, 9.00AM until 6.00PM Location : Baliwood Resort Art Space, Jl. Penestanan, Sayan, Ubud Tel: 972616 Body Theatre Artist : Wayan Kun Adnyana Genre : Paintings Period : September 1 until October 3, 2011 Every day, 9.00AM until 6.00PM Location : Ganesha Gallery, Four Seasons Resort, Jimbaran Bay Tel: 701010 Don’t Trust What You See Artist : Suliyat Buamar Genre : Paintings Period : September 3 until September 28, 2011 Every day, 10.00AM until 5.00PM Location : Adi’s Gallery, Jl. Bisma 102, Ubud Tel: 977104 Painting Exhibition Artist : Mohammed Genre : Painting Period : August 12 until November 12, 2011 Location : The Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa Jl. Kayu Aya, Seminyak. Tel: 730814 Refreshingly Different Artists : Group Exhibition Genre : Paintings Period : September 7 until October 7, 2011 Every day, 9.00AM until 9.00PM Location : Taksu Art Gallery, W Retreat & Spa, Jl. Petitengent, Seminyak. Tel: 738106 Strange Brew and Passionfruit Artist : Ra’zsal Genre : Painting Period : August 18 until September 30, 2011 Every day, 11.00AM until Midnight Location : Cafe des Artistes, Jl. Bisma 9X, Ubud Tel: 972706 Please e-mail Bali Advertiser to place your exhibition here free of charge. Bali Advertiser reserves the right to publish or not publish submissions.

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With “24 Hours of Reality,” Al Gore’s latest environmental project, flaunting its miserable news about the environmental crisis happening around the world, it seems like a perfect time to lift the downer vibe with some good global green goss.

THE GOODIES AROUND ALGERIA The Algerians are planning to have 40 percent of their energy supplied by renewable energy by 2020. More pragmatic than altruistic the plan is to establish energy resources for the post petrol era. AUSTRALIA 430000 hectares of fabulous ancient Tasmanian forest in Australia have been preserved for their heritage value and are therefore automatically protected from logging. BRAZIL The cost of wind is now cheaper than natural gas in Brazil. Wind turbines there are now providing electricity at a better cost per watt and the prediction is that they will be providing more than 50 percent of electricity in the coming years. That is a massive feat for the science fiction style giant fans that initially had plenty of sceptics. BRITAIN Rivers in Britain that were once considered sewers are having a renaissance of sorts with a recent announcement that they are the healthiest they have been in 20 years. Salmon and otters are slowly returning to some watery oasis for the first time since the industrial revolution. CAMEROON The Cameroonians are the largest exporters of timber in Africa to the EU. With much of these exports occurring from illegal logging it is a relief to know that the EU and Cameroon have signed a voluntary partnership to ensure that all timber exports from July 2012 occur under licence agreement. CHINA China is planning to take its forested areas from 120 million hectares to 200 million hectares. In addition the UN has reported the surprising news that overall Asia’s forest areas has increased from 90.5 million hectares in 2000 to 119.8 million in 2010. CONGO The Congo has most impressively placed a ban on the production, import, sale and use of the plastic bag. The Congo is another developing nation that lacks adequate waste collection and recycling facilities, but rather than rot in their muck they are giving it the big D for DELETE. Not the first African country to do so either. Rwanda nutted this problem out 4 years ago!

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HONG KONG Trawling as a fishing practice is one of the most destructive forces to the marine world. However, if you are an oceanic being in the waters off Hong Kong you now have a fighting chance thanks to the recent ban of ocean trawling in this part of the world. The decision was made in an effort to revive the depleted fish stocks and revive the city’s marine environment. INDONESIA The plight of Indonesia’s forests and accompanying inhabitants such as the orang-utan are well documented. With little to protect them in the past except a bunch of determined NGO’s it is a relief that the Indonesian President has now pledged to protect forests. Recently giant Indonesian palm oil producer Sinar Mas announced its plan to stop destroying the forest to produce its oil. If these two promises are kept, it will be a massive boost to the environmental movement of the region. ITALY Italians are known for their passion and apparently it doesn’t stop at plastic bags. Using 20 billion a year they are largest consumer of plastic bags in all of Europe. Mama Mia! So thankfully they are in the process of banning them.

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RUSSIA Critically endangered Amur Leopards in far eastern Russia are now showing signs of a population growth. Where once they inhabited Russia and northern China, their numbers had been reduced to a meagre and seemingly unsustainable 7! But, now there are 12, with some thanks going to government for creating a new national park just for these beautifully spotted pussies. US The US Energy Information Administration has reported that over the last 8 years renewable energy has been slowly nudging out its nuclear energy competitor. Ok that is not the whole story since energy is not just electricity. But even so renewable electrical energy is not far behind nuclear with a promising and steady upwards trend. AL GORE OK the truth is the earth and its inhabitants should be grateful for Al Gore’s harsh realities. This suited former vice president from creationist loving America has created a world wide momentum in the understanding and demystification of climate change. It is partly because of his level headed determination that the world is making the necessary changes to keep things green. Bravo!

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Villas Operation Mgr Head / Exec Chef HRD Mgr / Supervisor Restaurant Managers Secr / PA / Admin

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Bali Advertiser


A wellness resort in Ubud is looking for the following candidates: Guest Service Officer / GSO (M) KTP holder, interesting personality, fluent in English

Guest Relation Officer / GRO (F)

KTP holder, interesting personality, fluent in English Send detail CV with Photograph to NC/Es/21 Sep 11

Career With Sky Garden 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.


21 September - 05 October, 2011

FB Director HRD Supervisor Operation Supervisor Engineering Supervisor Service Supervisor F & B PA Engineering PA S1 Female Accounting Female Photographer

10. Female Graphic Designer 11. Hot Kitchen Senior Cook 12. F & B Costing 13. PR Server 14. Bartender / dress 15. Flyer Girl 16. MEP 17. Sound Man 18. Store Keeper

Send email to : NC/Es/21 Sept 11

SECRETARY Urgently needed Female Secretary, self motivated, confident and experienced.To qualify you must have : • Excellent administration & Co-ordination skills • Able to work with high demand in a international exposure • Ability to find positive solution in a hectic environment • Dynamic, pro-active & a good team player • Pleasant, sociable and mature in interacting with different levels of people • Computer literate • Superb English both verbal & written Submit detailed resume, recent color photograph & salary expectation to NC/Es/21 Sept 11

Wanted: Sales Marketing M / F. E x p e r i e n c e n o t required but preferable and good English. Send CV to <info@buddhagardenvilla. com>. [997] PA needed for Real Estate company. Must be fluent in English, good computer skills, can work under pressure and have min 1 year exp. Please send CV to <info@baliblissrealty. com>. [998] General Manager required for serviced residence, Bachelor in Hospitality, minimum experienced 5 years, maximum 40 years old, send CV + Resume to <hrd.anugerahgroup@> or Anugerah Photo, Pertokoan Udayana B-12, Jl. Letda Made Putra Denpasar. [001] Looking for (Local worker) as an Assistant Manager / Assistant to the manager, for a Successful international franchise company; Boost J u i c e B a r s . ( w w w. Will work closely with the General Manager, writing reports in English, Quality control, store hygiene control, check store operations, admin etc. A diploma/ a degree is highly r e c o m m e n d e d . Hardworking, fast learner, fun, energetic, able to work with team and under pressure. Please send your CV to: <lita.gunardi@gmail. com>. [002] Sale Marketing/Admin Position. English, Computer Skills, Bike and Car License an advantage, email : <quiksilver.surfschool@>. [003] Looking for experienced pembantu/ nanny for family in Pantai Berawa. 0815 5888 5053. [004] Endless Sumer Surf School looking for staff must speak Russian. Call 797 2156. [005] Looking for freelance English teacher (native) to give English course for employee, part time twice a week. A p p l i c a t i o n t o <cahayalangitnusantara@>. [016]

Looking for Female Native Private English Teacher who can also teach both English and Indonesian for a foreigner living in BatubeligSeminyak area. For appointment please call : 0878 6014 8670 or 0813 3772 2029. [007] Wanted: Local Accountant for SMK garment with experience in MYOB and tax. Please email <seminyakgarment@>. [008] Wanted: looking to work with a consultant specializing in healthy food for a new venture in Seminyak/ Petitenget. Must have restaurant and management experience. Please email <seminyakgarment@>. [009] Wanted Nanny F/T (Jimbaran) For expat hotel family with 2 kids (6 and 4 years old). Fluent English a must. Email contact details and experience to <>. [011] Looking for an enthusiastic, hard working, stylish & fun individual to act as retail manager & assistant to owner. Must speak English, have good computer skills, good organizational skills, interest in fashion and passion for life. Please forward your CV with salary expectations to: <jeneen@>. [012] Urgently needed a female office assistant, English, Ms Office, internet, admin skill. pls send CV to <balijetaime@>. [013] Lataliana Villa is now open for Accounting Vacancy. Hospitality background and able to operate VHP system. Senior Accountant/Manager, Min.S1, 5 years experience, tax. Cost Controller, Male, 2 years experience. Send CV to < id>. [014] Rental staff wanted, male or female with excellent English, both written & oral. Computer skills (Excel internet etc) also a must. A multi-tasking person! Knowledge of property/villa rental business an advantage. If you feel you are the one, please send your CV to: email <info@villabali. com>. [015]

BUSINESS SERVICES All your photography needs. Wedding, villas, product, etc. Call 781 7447 or 081 2389 5551 for further discuss or portfolio please visit the website: <www.thenbagus. com>. [553] I’m renting my cars with competitive price and good service. Make your holiday and business comfortable and fun. Contact 0819 3620 2170 or 275 2587. [184] Faves, speacialist in; fine silver crochet jewelry, soft toys, hotel give-away amenities. Please call/SMS 0878 6116 3056. [524] Architecture Design. Interior and Exterior design. Call 0878 6096 9018 or 749 3759. [525] Web Designer & Graphic Design. I can help you to develop website with personal price, including hosting or domain name also printing project. Call 781 7447 or 081 2389 5551 for further discuss or portfolio please visit the website: <>. [553] 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] Teaching Bahasa Private / Group Call: 0852 3429 2211. [943] On call Massage 0878 6123 7246. [946] Experienced Architect for your house project. <> / 085 6391 9440. [970] Available for freelance accounting: Internal Audits, budgeting, review and revise acct system. For further information please contact (0361) 853 7190. [022]


Private tutoring for English or Bahasa. Professional female tutor. Home / office. Call: 0361-803 5005. [653] <> (Spanish, English, Indonesian). [999] Freelance Massage 0819 3622 2521. [010]


Construction Supervisor available 1 October. Australian carpenter with local experience providing essential quality control onsite from foundations through to finishing, helping ensure your project is built to last. Phone 0852 5381 3766. Email <daniel.jwm@gmail. com>. [971] Massage. Rose 0821 4587 5369. [537] Product Photography. Affordable price. 0819 9911 7888 <www.AriosGallery. com>. [708] Architect Works Design Villa, Hotel, Residence, IMB. (0361) 218 8008, 0821 4588 0888 <thearchitect@>. [973] Freelance Massage Olivia 0813 5812 1116. [976] Have iPhone/Website/ Mobile Application IDEA? Don’t know how to build it? Make Money! Partner with experienced developer and create it together! Email <wiredbear@gmail. com>. [982] Private English 1-to-1 tutoring with native English speaker, at your home or office. All levels welcome. Surprisingly inexpensive. Contact Maurice on: 081 834 4787 or: <maurice_gold@>. [984] Looking for work: Professional tutor for Bahasa/ English is looking for students. Email: <learn.indonesian@>. [991] PLC (Professional Language Courses) offers you a wide range of language programs in Bali. Indonesian, English, English for staff, German, French and Spanish. P: +62 (0361) 215 1333. [992]

NC/Es/21 Sept 11

DO YOU HAVE A PASSION, GOOD TASTE, LOVE FASHION? DO YOU LOVE LIFE? If this sounds like you, we are looking for Junior/Senior Fashion Designer and Merchandiser in Bali JUNIOR/SENIOR FASHION DESIGNER


REQUIREMENT: REQUIREMENT : • female, max 25 years old • female • minimum diploma holder in fashion design or related • experience in fashion retail industry, passionate discipline about fashion • creative, outgoing, good manner, good taste in fashion, • strong in costing and analytical thinking understanding about fashion trend, and innovative • able to speak english and able to work with • able to speak english and must have design skill computer especially ms. excel • discipline, fast learner, hard working, motivated and able • discipline, fast learner, hard working, motivated to perform under pressure and able to perform under pressure • able to work independently and a team player • able to work independently and a team player • able to handle very tight deadline, time management, • able to handle very tight deadline, time progress report management, progress report • extensive knowledge in fabrications, printings, and RESPONSIBILITIES embroideries are advantage • control order and developments • must be highly organized and able to handle a large • manage and control productivity volume of product • sourcing of local supplier • fresh graduate are welcome • coordinating the delivery dates RESPONSIBILITIES • follow up an order from preparation detail, • able to know and fully aware of new trends analytical product, handling material, accessories • able to design product, which is commercialized in the • communicate and follow up with supplier market • checking pattern and analyze garment cost • responsible to make the collections and able to meet the deadline required • responsible to manage and to check the collections from design into sample making process IF YOU FEEL THAT YOU ARE THE RIGHT PERSON WITH ABOVE QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CHALLENGING JOB, PLEASE ADDRESS YOUR APPLICATIONS LETTER ALONG WITH YOUR RESUME, PORTFOLIO, AND A RECENT PHOTOGRAPH TO: NC/Es/21 Sept 11

NC/Es/21 Sept 11




WANTED FOR HOTEL Chef or very good cook

(Cari Kerja)

Reception: Fluent in English,

Must have several years good SMIP/ D3 experience in both internasional Waiters: Fluent in English, and Balinese cooking SMIP/ D3

Marketing Manager

Must have good previous experience, Fluent in English

Bali Advertiser

21 September - 05 October, 2011

Enginering: STM/ D3 Housekeeping: Good in

English, SMIP/ D3

Please send your CV with photo to: NC/Es/21 Sept 11

Everyday Spa is currently seeking strong individuals to be positioned in Bali branch : SUPERVISOR Male/Female, age 25-35 yo, min. D3 graduate ● Min 2 years experience in spa, hotel, Travel, or other service industry. ● Possess Network in tourism industry ● Fluent in English/ Japanese / Mandarin is an advantage ● Living in Bali ● Possess own vehicle Please send your CV within 10 working days to e-mail: or by post to: EVERYDAY BALINESE SPA-JL. RAYA KUTA NO.129, KUTA-BALI ●

NC/Es/21 Sept 11

Villa Cantik An environmental and healthy conscious Villa located in Kerobokan is urgently searching for:

Operation Manager (M/F)

2 years experience as Villa Manager, strong leadership, write & speak fluent English.

Housekeeping Supervisor (M)

Strong leadership, hard worker, speak fluent English Send detail CV with Photograph to NC/Es/21 Sep 11

Expat seeking employment as Project Manager / Supervisor or can build for you. 081 2362 9939. <balicontractor@dps.>. [050] Indonesian male, fully qualified cabinet/ furniture maker by Hunter TAFE Australia looking for handyman jobs, fully fluent English, lived in Australia 9 years. Contact 0821 4581 4855. [874] 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] I’m looking for part time job. Working at home, have internet connection. Experienced in admin and data entry. Speak English and Bahasa. Please text 081 2381 5292 or e-mail: <flowsbloom@yahoo. com>. [925] I am looking for freelance job as Graphic Designer. Email <www.610designs. com>. [961] Available for vacation nanny 0819 3782 9251.[020]

NC/Es/21 Sept 11

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.

Female Aussie looking for work to make a move over to Bali (Seminyak area or close by). Strong skills in Admin/ PA as well as a strong background in sales, events and hospitality industries. 12 years working experience, friendly & fun loving, motivated and hardworking. Email-<melbumbak@gmail. com>. [944]

Young man, fresh high school graduated looking for job. Please Call 0877 6262 5282. [875] English speaking driver, honest/reliable.Reference last employer available. Call 0821 4633 0037 / 740 6606. [974] Italian female with 10 years experience in F&B fields is looking for job. <rita.>. [978] Italian Pizzamaker/cook/ manager serious and professional is looking for job. <romagnolisimo@>. [983] Temporary baby sitter, English speaking. Call 0857 3717 1871. [920] Qualified female teacher offers private lessons in English, Dutch or Bahasa in Canggu area, call 0812 2584 6286. [006] Nanny. Freelance experience nanny for tourist or expatriate family. Rp. 40.000/hour. 0813 5306 0358. <maida8446@>. [018] My Son plan to move to Bali: Looking for job in advance as Orthopadie technical. <trixy_mahalia@gmail. com>. [019] Need an experienced & good English nanny on your vacation? Call 0857 3192 2244. [021]

Requirements: - Female (1,2) - English Speaking (1,2) - Ability to sell products (1,2) - Outgoing personality (1,2)

A Bali based Beanbags Company is looking for :

Microsoft Office, Email correspondence, and tele marketing (2)

1. Sales Promotion Girl 2. Marketing Staff

Please send CV to: Only short listed candidates will be notified. NC/Es/27 July 11


ADVENTURE - TRAVELING TO REMOTE ISLANDS - HOSPITALITY Sounds Familiar ? Luxury Motor Sailing Yacht (Home Port BALI) Positions available: OFFICER (Min have a certificate ANT IV) ENGINEER (Min have a certificate ANT V) COOK STEWARD / ROOM BOY Only high qualified and motivated applicants are considered Please send your applicants, CV, Seaman Book, other relevant certificates and photo to : NC/Es/21 Sept 11

We’re looking for: Make up Artist, Photographer, Assistant Photographer, Wedding Organizer (WO), Customer Service (CS), Driver. Applicants must have experience in the desired position and able to speak English. For WO & CS, able to speak Mandarin is a plus. Send complete CV to NC/Es/21 Sept 11

VACANCY A National Plus School in Bali is seeking qualified teachers for: 1. ACCT & BUSINESS STUDIES TEACHER Cambridge IGCSE, AS/A Level 2. MUSIC TEACHER 3. DOCTOR Applicants should hold Bachelor’s Degree & at least 2 years experience in the relevant fields. Please send complete resume with recent photo & 2 reference letters to: Fax. 0361 414859 NC/Es/21 Sept 11

International Career Opportunities in Timor-Leste

Freelance Babysiter, English speaking. Please call 085 6378 1915 or 0878 6182 8672 or 0821 4763 9886 (Made). [945]

Having experience in small villa hotels.

Swisscontact is an international development NGO with 40 years of experience in Indonesia. For the tourism sector program in Flores we are seeking for professional with experience in spesific sectors and/or experience in development projects. For these positions we require team players with strong communicational, interpersonal and organizational skills; Good command of written and spoken English, excellent computer skills (MS office); University degree in relevant field of study (those lacking the stated educational requirements but having an excellent track record are encouraged to apply); Several years of working experience in relevant executive position; Interest in development work and eco-tourism; Excellent work ethics, self-starters and flexibility in schedule. Please send your CV and Application letter to: For our offices in Labuan Bajo, Flores we are seeking an Indonesian national Project Officers for our Solid Waste Management program. With at least 3 years experiences in environment projects or initiatives (preferable in Solid Waste management, health, marine environment or related issues) with NGOs, consulting firms or related Government agencies. Experience in environment related local and national standards as well as best practices in Solid Waste Management. Interested candidates should be flexible, able to work independently, with good communication skills and willing to work in Labuan Bajo, Flores Island. Understanding of local environmental constraints and experience working in Eastern Indonesia are advantages. For our office in Maumere, Flores we are seeking an Indonesian national Project Officers for Tourism Small and Medium Enterprise Development (POSME) With at least 5 years experiences in consulting tourism related companies (restaurants, hotels, tour operators) and/or consulting farmer groups and communities on market linkages and product development with a background in development cooperation focused on tourism. Experience in promoting and applying professional industry standards. Interested candidates should be able to consult tourism SMEs on business planning, marketing strategy, operational management and to develop and facilitate training programs based on needs analysis. Understanding of local SME constraints and experience working in Eastern Indonesia an advantage. C/Es/21 Sept 11

PASTRY CHEF / COOK Education and Qualifications: Must be able to make all kind of cakes, pastry, breads, croissant and Danish pastries. Experience: Minimum 5 years of working experience in reputable organization preferably in cake shop or hotel pastry shop. Hard working and talented. High achiever. True professional. ●

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NC/Es/21 Sep 11

* Make your badminton net last longer: Preserve your badminton net so that it can be used outside year round. First have your local tukang besi (welder) cut two aluminum poles from a single sixmeter long aluminum “1.5 dim” (3.5 cm diameter) pole which costs around Rp150,000. Have the welder fasten four hooks onto each pole at different heights, one for adult play and one for children’s play, on to which you tie your net (get dimensions at Fashioning poles this way is much cheaper than buying commercial stands for badminton nets. The labor will cost about Rp50,000. Insert the poles into concrete stands that are normally used to hold ceremonial umbrellas for Balinese prayer rituals. Use the larger heavier stands (Rp35,000 each), which are better suited because they will hold the net more upright and not tip over. During the rainy season or on damp evenings roll the net and poles up and put them under a shelter so the net doesn’t mildew and eventually degrade. More convenient but also more costly is to have the welder come to your place with his electric welding kit to make the poles. While he’s at it you can have him fix your fence, window grating (tralis), make an orchid stand, garden lights, or whatever other welding you need to have done. Labor costs depend upon the number of projects; ask for a quote beforehand. * Why buy if you can rent? Krisna Sakti Rent rents newish Suzuki Karimun for only Rp2,200,000 per month. This works out cheaper than going through all the costs involved in buying and then maintaining a car on Bali: insurance (Rp4.5 million per year depending on value of car), taxes (Rp1.5 million to Rp3.5 million per year), maintenance costs, etc. Test-drive the car before paying in advance. If you rent, a guy from the rental Suzuki Karimun agency even comes by your house every couple of weeks and cleans the car, checks the oil, etc. A Karimun gets better gas mileage and is not as unstable and wobbly as a Jimny (which they don’t even manufacture anymore). A new Karimun costs around Rp120,000,000 and buying a used car on Bali is a very dicey. At Rp2,200,000 per month, how many years will it take to equal the Rp120,000,000 for a brand new purchase? If you put the Rp120,000,000 million in the bank, you get 5% per annum interest paid monthly which can go towards rental cost. If you buy a new car it will also depreciate in value over time. If you suddenly have to relocate, just turn your rental car in, avoiding the hassle of selling it, possibly at a loss because of the pressure to sell it quickly. Car rental agencies rent a whole range of vehicles: Toyota Avanza, Daihatsu Xenia, Suzuki APV, and Suzuki Katana rents for Rp2 million per month. Note: Don’t start your rental period during the peak JulyAugust tourist season as the selection of available vehicles is far less and rental fees are higher. *Cheap dog food: For thousands of years people fed their pets the same ingredients as they ate themselves. Jeroan - kidneys, liver, heart, lungs and intestines of slaughtered animals - are far cheaper and even more nutritious than meat or canned pet food on Bali. A diet of jeroan only duplicates what dogs ate first from a kill when they were wild carnivores. Animal nutritionist say that a mouse - fur and all - is probably the most balanced meal for a cat. Chicken intestines and lungs cost only Rp10,000 per kilo as opposed to chicken meat which cost Rp24,000 per kilo. Other cheap cuts include chicken heads and necks (Rp8000 per kilo) and chicken feet (Rp12,000 per kilo). Commercial canned pet food also contains innards and organs, including hearts and lungs. Jeroan freezes just as well as other “meat” does; empty the intestines and rinse them first. Meat byproducts are great sources of micronutrients, especially iron. Raw thyroid will provide thyroid

hormones to your animal and may speed up metabolism; raw pancreatic and thymus help immune systems. Intestinal walls are rich in fresh nutrients and B vitamins. For cat food, buy pindang kucing (small fish suited for cats) Rp14,000 per kilo or ikan teri (dried anchovies) Rp3000 for a handful. * Too many bells & whistles: Don’t buy a fancy automatic washing machine with digital readouts. Buy an electro-mechanical one instead which is more reliable and has fewer electrical components that can go wrong. Even shopkeepers suggest electro mechanical units; it’s only the company guys who recommend digital models because they sell for more. Most new machines are digital and not just the program controller. With no moving contacts and intelligent motor control, one would assume that digital machines can easily outlast electro-mechanical ones, but this isn’t the case. Digital washing machines are more trouble than they’re worth and they can only be repaired in D e n p a s a r. This type of consumer electronics is designed for a 3-year lifetime, i.e. planned obsolescence. Even without talking about LG electro-mechanical washing machine reliability issues, the machine wastes more water and frustratingly stops and starts trying to balance the load. By contrast, the ol’ electro-mechanical washer is much simpler, works the way it should and spare parts are less. This maxim is true particularly on Bali where labor is inexpensive, frequently paying only for spare parts and some uang rokok (“cigarette money”). If you get a good brand like LG or Panasonic, they last until they eventually rust out. * Good hiding places for valuables: Forget the Rp15 million hi-tech safe and stick with affordable household secret hiding places: in a buried PVC pipe in backyard; in dropped ceilings, washing machines, clothes dryers, garbage cans; in hollowed-out books, upholstered chairs, pockets of clothes, handbags or a shirt sleeve with cuff sewn shut in closets; in an envelope taped to the bottom of a kitchen shelf or dresser drawer or in an old sock in the bottom of a drawer, in watertight plastic bottle in toilet tank; in a plastic baggie inside flour or coffee container; in a waterproof pipe down a false drain in the floor of garage; inside return air vent or fake electrical outlet, in an empty bottle of dark paint. Also cut open a tennis ball or stash valuables inside or stuff inside a big half cleaned out tube of toothpaste or hemorrhoid cream. *Free photos: Need copyright free photos for your brochure, booklet, website, advertisement, to frame, send back home, or for any other reason? Wikimedia Commons photo galleries contain a database of 10,958,414 freely usable media files which include hundreds of public domain photos of Bali in 41 subcategories (plus thousands more images of Indonesia). The high quality digital photos are downloadable in 75, 100, 120, 240, 500, 640, 800 and 1024 pixels all the way up to full resolution, and are free to share and Wikimedia Commons logo remix for whatever purpose if you just give a credit to the original photographer. Also check out Stock.XCHNG, MorgueFile, Everystockphoto, PDphoto,, and PicFindr and Google Advanced Search (access “Usage rights” dropdown). *An underappreciated sweetener: Natural, dark brown, caramelflavored palm sugar (gula merah) is produced in domestic households all over Bali by boiling the nectar from the flowers of several species of palm trees. Buy it in the form of round hard cakes (often in the form of half a coconut) in the market for Rp8000 to Rp12,000 per kilo (depending on quality) which can then be made into pourable syrup by simmering the cakes in a little water for five minutes (add pandanus leaf to enhance flavor). Add less water for a thicker syrup. The color of good quality palm sugar cakes is clear, bright and shiny and the texture hard. The syrup makes an excellent alternative to and even has the same consistency as imported maple syrup (US$18 per quart in the US). Whenever you would use raw honey or refined white sugar, this deep flavored natural syrup can be used as a substitute. Its use is widespread in the snacks (Bali laklak, pisang rai, ijin, rujak buah) of Bali, as well as in Western recipes to sweeten smoothies, whipped cream, granola or yogurt, in baked cookies or muffins. Palm sugar is also the world’s most sustainable sweetener

Gula merah cakes because Bali’s palms are an ecologically beneficial tree crop that grow in diverse agro-ecosystems, restore damaged soils and require little water. * Bargaining: Negotiating can get you a better price, but you shouldn’t undercut the seller if they are offering the correct price. Ask an ibu outside the pasar umum (public market) what’s the going price for specific items before you shop so you don’t pay a “tax putih.” If you shop in big regional townships like Klungkung, Tabanan and Gianyar rather than big stores in Denpasar, the prices are much better. But beware of the risks. A friend bought a Panasonic landline phone that was obsolete and it took him two months to get a new rechargeable battery. In the end it cost him more than had he bought a newer albeit higher priced model. Bargaining terms: tawar to make an offer, tawar tunai cash offer, menawar-tawar to bargain with, to negotiate about; tidak bisa ditawar nonnegotiable, no bargaining; tidak bisa ditawar-tawar lagi nonnegotiable, can’t bargain anymore; menawarkan to offer something for sale; penawar someone who makes an offer, bidder; penawaran an offering, a bid; tawar harga price quotation. * Don’t fall for it: Don’t be a chump and accept SMSes from people who want you to get them out of jail, as in Tolong kirim Rp10,000 (or Rp50,000) ke nomor ini. Papa sedang di kantor polisi. Ada masalah. Jangan telpon. Nanti Papa yang akan telpon. Or Isi pulsa Mama Rp10,000. Sekarang juga. Penting. Or get a song: Untuk dapat lagu inti, ketik kode ini. Kirim ke nomor. The first two are individuals scamming you and the second is a commercial for a company that sells songs and gets money for each request. Just people ripping you off.

*Foam beds over mattresses: Foam mattresses are far less expensive and almost as comfortable as spring bed mattresses. The largest size foam mattresses you can find on Bali is 200 cm X 160 cm X 14 cm and costs from Rp450,000 to Rp665,000 depending on quality. One of the largest selections can be found at Toko Sepon Mas, Jl. Imam 24-4A, Denpasar, tel. 0361-486-585 (open 9 am-4:30 pm). They have another branch heading north on the right closer to the city. Spring bed mattresses, on the other hand, cost as much as Rp3 million (American Grand) to Rp5 million (Comfort). **

Please send your moneysaving tips to Copyright © 2011 Al Hickey You can read all past articles of The Frugal Balinist at

SCHEDULE THAT Bali Pink Ribbon Walk (22 October)

By Dawn Chorus

included as they should be mainstreamed in schools and this

but it gives you an idea of what the carnival is all about if

centre has the foresight to provide such care! There are ten

you are not familiar with this event. Indeed we should be

As you may be aware I like to schedule worthy causes and

places for young children with special needs. This facility is

celebrating because although Bali is changing rapidly, we

this walk is definitely going to make a difference to the lives

also a day care centre with pick up at 5 pm perfect for parents

should take the time to appreciate the beauty of Bali and its

of so many Indonesian women. Bali International Women’s

finishing work. Babies are welcome too and provided for and

people and how fortunate we are to be a part of this amazing

Association (BIWA) will hold their third annual Bali Pink

there’s even a jaccuzzi and little beds for the little ones! The


Ribbon Walk in Nusa Dua. One of their goals is to promote

open day is on 1 October and you are invited to go along and

breast cancer awareness in Bali in association with world-

have a look. Lots of exciting activities are planned for the

Where : Kuta Beach

wide breast cancer awareness month. The aim of the walk

children including story telling, arts and crafts, cooking, sci-

Contact :

is to raise funds to help fight breast cancer in Bali as this is

ence play and competitions. It’s worth having a look as you

the second biggest killer of women in Indonesia. Bali Pink

can’t help but feel like you’ve stepped into another world sort

Ribbon helps support Bali Care Cancer Foundation, a non

of like a wonder land for young children.

3V Kerobokan

profit organisation and funds raised from previous walks

The jail road is still closed and there’s no sign of an end to

have been donated to provide free educational programmes

the road works with lengthy detours. At least they are work-

for breast cancer prevention and early detection. The ulti-

ing on fixing that dreadful stretch of road! However, as part

mate goal is to provide breast screening services in the more

of the detour I passed 3V and decided to stop and take a

remote parts of Bali. If you are able to donate any prizes

look. There’s a range of activities that are worth scheduling.

for the raffle or silent auction or be a part of the sponsorship

Film nights take place every Tuesday and Thursday at 6.30

programme, please contact BIWA immediately. Call now to

pm and on Saturday at 2 pm. For those who have young

book your place in the walk. All proceeds go to this charity

children and feel that the school holidays are far too long

that help save many lives. For anyone else, just come along

there’s the kids club and I know that the end of term break

and enjoy a fun day out for a worthy cause.

is fast approaching. It starts at 10 am and goes through to 5 pm with a range of activities that will keep the kids occupied


for hours from art to cooking to swimming and games. A

: IDR250,000 adults IDR100,000 children (under 6 free)

Contact : 0815 470 0064,


: 9 am to 12 pm

small price to pay for all day entertainment for the children!

Where : Hooray Kids, Jl Malborough, Denpasar

It’s a beautiful setting and there are also gym/pool

Contact : 083119522674, 0818348706


Double Six Club Closing Party (24 September)

Japanese Girls @ Bugils Cafe (Tuesdays)

Everyone is invited to the party of all parties and it will be a

That sounds a bit ominous but all it means that if you are a

significant evening as after 24 years Double Six closes in

Japanese female then you get to drink beer or soft drinks for

style with a party that will last through to the morning where

free all evening. A bit bias if you ask me but then I wonder if

old and new come together to celebrate 24 years of operations

you get to drink for free if you dress up Japanese style!

at this world famous institution. Don’t forget though, leave

Nevertheless it sounds like a fun evening.

your car or bike at home as that road is tough to get up and down especially on a busy evening and of course I don’t


: from 7 pm

need to mention the dangers of drinking and driving! What

Where : Jln Dewi Sartika 1BB, Tuban (opposite Harris Hotel)

a fantastic evening it is going to be and I for sure will be one

Contact :

of the party goers (early evening of course!).

Kuta Carnival (14 - 16 October)


Where : Double Six, Jl Double Six

The Kuta Carnival has become an annual event that I think

Where : 3V Kerobokan, Jl Mertasari 31X, Kerobokan

Contact : Info and RSVP 756666 or Hani 087860864411

everyone really looks forward to as the local and interna-

Contact : 8476252


: IDR35,000 2 hours, IDR75,000 half day, IDR125,000 full day (kids club)

: 5 pm – 6 am (next morning)

tional communities come together to celebrate life - the focus

Hooray Kids (1 October)

of the carnival. The carnival is symbolic and was established

The Yak Awards (30 September)

as a response to those terrible terrorist attacks in 2002, nine I’ve seen many early years centres but this purposefully

years ago. It’s a fantastic event, sprawling along the beach

Tickets for this event are available at The Yak office,

designed building is extremely impressive. The design has

and paved areas of Kuta. There are all sorts of fun activities,

Canggu Club, Laughing Buddha (Ubud) and the Rip Curl

been carefully considered. Each classroom is painted in a

food stalls, water sports, fashion shows, kite flying competi-

School of Surf (Sanur). It’s going to be a super fun evening

calming colour and all have wooden floors. Outside on the

tions, dance competitions and live music. There really is

with great entertainment. Remember to cast your vote for

ground floor there’s a swimming pool and outdoor play area

something for everyone. All visitors are invited to the sunset

the awards online at WWW.THEYAKMAG/AWARDS.

which looks like a lot of fun. What really drew my attention

parade leading to the area of music and food festival fiesta

was the special needs class with a gym area next door. It

on the beach front area in Jln Benesari on the first afternoon


bothers me somewhat that special needs children are not

from 4.00 pm until 6.30 pm. The website is not up-to-date

Where : Hotel Tugu, Pantai Batu Bolong

Add Dawn to your mailing list and send her information on all up-coming events. Contact Dawn at <>

: IDR350,000 pre-party IDR450,000 on the door

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



Exclusive villa 2/3 bedrooms, short/long term rent. Fully furnished, Wi-Fi, pool, nice garden, behind Bintang Supermarket also 3 bedrooms Jl. Petitenget, sale/rent, central Seminyak. 0857 1109 3547 / 081 7979 9922, <>. [1388]

Location! Location! Walk to Cafe Moka & Oberoi! 4 new houses, each on 3.5 are, 50 meters from street. 2 comfortable bedrooms w/ensuite garden bathrooms. Private pool. Good electric. Ideal for holiday rental business. Rp. 150 million/year, negotiable for longterm. TF: +62 878 6198 8111. [3357]

Xmas/New Year. Oberoi Villa faceing KuDeTa. Dec15Jan15. Wi-Fi, pool, security, 5 are, 1 min to beach, 2 min to “eat street”. 2BR= 230 USD/night. 3BR= 300 USD/night. <>. 0821 4714 0950. [3425] For sale land in Jalan Bidadari Seminyak, near Bali Dream villas. Great location. 800 million nego for 1,35 are. Contact owner 0821 4599 3737. [3427] Land / Villa / House for lease. No agent please! Please call/sms : 0819 9912 9255 (Bahasa / English). E-mail: <>. [2277]

C/Re/G-21 Sept. 11

Villas/Hotels Canggu. Bali’s most elegant and sought-after destination villa. Excellent returns. Call Richard O’Brien on 081 856 1969 for full information. Ubud. 20,000 m2 jungle hideaway. Beautifully designed, cascading, 3 bedroom villa in glass and alang-alang. 600m2 of infinity pools. Views in all directions. USD675K. VL 015* Umalas 2 New 3 br villa on 7.5 are. Furnished Close to everywhere. Euro320K. VL011* Umalas 2. Brand new 3 bed villa on 4.5 are.Very handy position. USD 250K Uluwatu clifftop. 15,000m2. 5 magnificent suites in antique joglos. Sweeping views. Spa. Tennis court. Excellent income. Rp 100 billion neg. VS028* Semer. Beautiful 4 br villa on 11 are. Every conceivable mod con. Ricefield view. Elegantly furnished. USD2 mill. VL 016* Umalas Boutique Hotel. Successful 15 suite hotel , close to Seminyak. Fully operational with high occupancy. Great value. USD 1.5mill. Legian. 66 Beachfront. Outrigger O-CE-EN. 1 br apartment. Great investment. USD250K Land Sanur Beachfront. 2 Hk. Next to Grand Hyatt. Perfect development site.RP850 mill/are. LS143* Petitenget. Next to Sentosa. 20 are. Good shape. Great development site. 750 mill per are.LS151* Canggu beachfront. 2 Hk. Good access. Good shape. 75m beachfront. Rp500 mill/are.L142* Berawa Beach Bargains. New subdivision. Plots from 10 are. Hear the surf. Only 4.5 mill/are/year. LL24* Small Plots. Berawa 7 are, Umalas 6.5 are, Canggu Club 9 are, Jl Petitenget 17 are. Many others. *reference numbers for info from website:

Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 72 ,Tel/Fax: (0361) 735469 Website: | email: C/Re/I-21 Sept. 11


Land for lease 5 are in the heart of Seminyak, behind Bintang Supermarket, 23 years left, extention optional, 9 mill/are/year. Call 0878 6178 2405. [3434] Villa 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] New modern luxury villa w/pool. 125mtr off of Laksmana. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Living w/lounge, dining & bar. Kitchen w/sliding doors. Outdoor lounge w/couch & loungers overlooking pool, garden & parking Terrific stylized home/investment villa. Fully furnished, ready to move-in. Established websites & agent awareness. Fixed price +4 years overcontract lease. E-mail: <baliultimate@gmail. com> / +62 361 857 1658. [3436]

Freehold villa for sale at Petitenget Seminyak, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, open livingroom, swimming pool, very reasonable price, great location. Rp. 2.800.000.000. Call 0812 3678 9798. No agent please. [3395] Great location - Petitenget, 3 min walk to Batu Belig beach! 2 spacious bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, hot showers. Extra room upstair, sleeps one, ocean views. 3 aircon, fans. 2xTVs. New kitchen, pool, fully furnished. Monthly. 0812 3745 4444. [3447] Nice, new & quiet 2 bedrooms villa for rent daily-weeklymonthly at Jl. Yudhistira. Prvt-pool, AC, DVD, satTV, Wifi, hot-water, daily-cleaning. IDR950.000. Widya; +62 813 4796 0305 / +62 857 3840 4300, e-mail; <wid_thenymph@>, <>. [3475] Cheap price for 3 private beautiful villas at center Seminyak. 2 & 3 bedrooms, private pool, new, 500 m close to Double six beach, near bintang, shops, restaurant, full facilities & equipment kitchen. <>. 0361- 219 5000 / 0821 4552 5000. [3470] Short-term rental (11.12-27.1.12): Beautiful 3 BR-villa with fenced in pool, 5 min from Kudeta, 100 US/night incl. maid, cook, nanny. (Nego if taken for longer than 2 weeks). No agents please. 081 7972 9134. [3993]

Seminyak 1 and 2 bedroom villas renovated, furnished, quite secure area, minutes to beach, shops restaurants, AC, hot water, pool, maid, 3 to 12 months lease from 18 mill/3 months (negotiable). 0812 3718 1974. [3195]

House for rent 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, livingroom, small garden, among rice paddies, peaceful secluded location just off Jl. Nakula Rp. 40 million/year. Rp. 75 million/ 2 years. 0812 5442 4244 or e-mail: <serlyyanti@ymail. com>. [3056]

For rent beautiful house in Seminyak. 2 bedroom with AC and fans. 2 bathroom, nice garden. No pool. Convenient location. Parking, furnished, nicely, quiet. 081 7471 3506. <>. [3444]

Oberoi behind Ultimo! Beautiful spacious renovated 2 bed 2 bath w/ private pool and parking. Fully furnished & internet ready. Quiet and secure. Walk to all Oberoi Restaurants. 1 or 2 years. TF +62 878 6198 8111. [3358]

Hi traffic shop on corner Sunset & Kerobokan. 7.5 meter double height glass front. 8.5 meters deep w/ 5 meter mezzanine. Good electric. Phone, IMB building license (shop & office). Legal for Western business. 10 years Rp.120 million (nego). TF +62 878 6198 8111. [3359]

Two house for rent at Seminyak, 100 and 150 mill for two years. 650 mill/18 years & 600 mill/10 years. Five minutes walking distance to the beach and each with two bedrooms, kitchen, garden, air cond., TV cable, etc. Please contact 081 856 7221 / 0813 3852 2529. [3405]

Luxury Villa Oberoi available short/long term: 2 oversized bedroom en-suites with pool, garden, kitchen, living, diningover 650m2. Wifi-daily-housekeeping-satellite TV-fully furnished. 100m from La Lucciola Beach. Please e-mail <> for info. [3461]

Ideal family house to rent. 4 ensuite bathrooms. Vinotti furnishings throughout. Excellent staff. Easy walk to beach and only 5 mins to Canggu Club or Petitenget. Rp. 480 million/year negotiatable. E-mail/call <tom.springall@> or 0812-389-389. [3409] The ambience of old world Bali with modern Western comforts ararerity in todays steel and glass structures. Main Villa 2 BR, 2 bathrooms, open living, kitchen all overlooking the lap pool. Garden among grand old trees, frangipani with separate guesthouse 1 BR, bathroom, kitchen, living area. Available Nov. 1 - January 31. USD 1500/week. English 0819 3626 6264, Bahasa 081 2341 0266. [3412] Cheap quality accomodation in Jalan Laksamana in central location. US$75/night or USD$1800/month available 21/98/10. 3brm, private villa, pool, aircon, plasmas, daily housekeeping, security. Call 081 835 5045 or <info@>. [3283] Villa in Seminyak for rent. Monthly IDR 25 mill. Yearly IDR 110 mill 4 years left. 2 BR, Swimming pool, kitchen. Fully furnished. Call Ketut 081 2380 7588. E: <ariani_ketut@>. [3416] For sale or short-term rental, 5 minutes walk to beach, contemporary villa, open space, 2 AC bedrooms w/safes, 1 oversized bathroom, flat screen TV, DVD, sound system, wireless, fully equipped kitchen, pool, maid, carpark. Contact <>. [1607] Lease Seminyak! Bungalow, 4,75 are land, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms, big garden, 75 mill/year, min 10 years. Umalas 1, Villa 3 bedrooms/bathrooms, pool, 110 mill/year, min 2 years. Contact 081 2387 2786. [3451] 3 bedrooms villa, all ac, 2 bathrooms, hot water, fully furnished, equipped kitchen, open living area, swimming pool, garden, daily maid, and Wi-Fi. Daily $175, weekly $875 (Sept-Nov). Call owner : 0819 9939 0405. [3457]





• Fluid floor plan with inviting selection of living spaces • Seamless fusion of indoor and outdoor with bi-fold doors • Stylish Western standard kitchen with quality appliances • Master suite with walk-in robe, double ensuite, private garden Land Area Build Area

500 sqm 227 sqm

SANUR - 207

Price USD 540,000 Ownership Leasehold 40 years




• Traditional & organic three bedroom top-of-the-range luxury villa • Nestled in tropical gardens, surrounded by pool and ponds • Warm & airy indoor & outdoor living areas; ultra-modern kitchen • Unique property for the originality of its design & quality of finishing Land Area Build Area

1350 sqm 900 sqm

SANUR - 170

Price USD 3,000,000 Ownership Freehold




• Rare freehold property on the beach side of Sanur • Mix of traditional architecture with modern design elements • Spacious open plan living areas that can be closed off • Gorgeous Master bedroom, timber floors, private balcony Land Area Build Area

1100 sqm 330 sqm


Price USD 795,000 Ownership Freehold




• Compact, well designed Three Bedroom Villa with pool & garden • Large veranda on the second floor perfect for lounging • Open plan living areas that can be closed off • Perfect for holiday rental or as your Bali holiday residence Land Area Build Area

150 sqm 140 sqm

Price EURO 115,000 Ownership Leasehold 24 years





• Fully renovated in traditional Balinese style with modern comfort • One large estate or two seperate villas, each with own pool • Double bedrooms with ensuites,open living pavillions,staff quaters • Rarely offered location, stroll to beach, restaurants, nightlife Land Area

990 sqm


Price USD 650,000 Ownership Leasehold 29 years




• Modern tropical 4 bedroom villa designed by renowned architect • Distinct & intimate outdoor spaces perfect for rest & relaxation • Spacious combined living, dining & kitchen that can be closed off • Perfect choice for holiday rental or private beachside residence Land Area Build Area

580 sqm 550 sqm


Offers Over USD 950,000 Ownership Freehold




• Trendy retreat - fully furnished & equipped with modern comforts • Spacious living areas that can be opened or closed off • Landscaped gardens with over-flow pool & integrated jacuzzi • Ideally located in Seminyak’s upscale lifestyle & nightlife hub Land Area Build Area

480 sqm 250 sqm

LEGIAN - 185

Price USD 535,000 Ownership Leasehold 30 years




• AQ-VA Hotel & Villas - Ideally located Suites & Villas • Fully furnished suites, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments • Managed holiday resort with highly experienced management • High yielding investment - completion October 2012 Apt Area

34 - 42 sqm

Price From USD 120,000 Ownership Leasehold 32 years





• A cozy villa in central Seminyak, with beach access • Exceptional opportunity for returns through holiday rentals • Fully furnished and decorated, waiting for your arrival • A peaceful getaway in the heart of bustling Seminyak Land Area Build Area

500 sqm 200 sqm


Price USD 225,000 Ownership Leasehold 14.5 years




• Buy the land, get the Two bedroom Villa for a steal! • 200m from Echo Beach, one of Bali’s most desirable beach areas • Uninterrupted ocean views from the 2nd floor, rice paddies in front • Huge reduction as a “villa-land” package for a quick sale! Land Area Build Area

1250 sqm 220 sqm

CANGGU - 186

Price IDR 4,700,000,000 Ownership Freehold/Leasehold




• Gorgeous large open space slopping to a river • Six spacious bedrooms each with its own “en suite” bathroom • Two sizable swimming pools, which are perfect for relaxation • A graceful space located in a traditional area of Bali Land Area Build Area

2060 sqm 600 sqm


Price USD 1,495,000 Ownership Freehold


• Ready to build with existing sea wall and some boundary fencing • Nearby famous villas, road access is available, beautiful sunset • Rare freehold title becoming increasing hard to find • Perfect for investment, development land or to build dream villa Land Area 10,900 sqm (109 are)

Price IDR 13,080,000,000 Ownership Freehold

C/Re/G-21 Sept. 11


Real Estate

Bali Advertiser

21 September - 05 October, 2011

TABANAN Villa for sale / rent. Quiet area in Tabanan. Call 081 2394 8595. [2057] Land for sale (coconut plantation) 25 are in Megati Selemadeg Tabanan. 30 mill per are. Close to main Road. Good for Villa. Call 0813 3872 4288 (no Broker please). [3407] 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: <>. W: <>. [1382]

LANDS OCEAN VIEW AT CLIFF • Land 16 Are FREEHOLD (HGB) close to Nikko Nusa Dua, viewing beautiful of Indian Ocean. Rp. 200 mill/are. • 50 Are land, short drive to Karma Kandara, with the magnificent view of Indian Ocean. Rp. 180 mill/are.

Call: 081 337 210 646 C/Re/I-21 Sept. 11


NUSA DUA 2houses 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] Rooms / apartments for rent 1, 2, 3 or 4 bedrooms available. Daily, weekly, monthly or yearly rental possible. All locations are close to Geger Beach and Nikko Beach. Please phone 0821 4552 2200 or 0361-777 092 or e-mail <>. [3114] Villa leasehold Tanjung Benoa, 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, living room, kitchen, maidroom, AC, hot water, pool, garage, garden, semi furnished, good location, newly built, landsize 370m2, 5 minutes to the beach. Phone 0812 3639 0043 / 0361 747 6166. [3418]

CONTACT: 0821 2966 9829 0878 2996 8160 NC/Re/P-7 Sept. 11

RESTAURANT BEST LOCATION FOR LEASE Fully equipped chefs dream Kitchen/Restaurant @ Petitenget - Seminyak. Fully licensed, seats over 200 people, two floors, in front of the W Hotel. Call the Owner direct: 0819 3437 3335 or 0361-3613536 0361-7809400 NC/Re/P-21 Sept. 11

For Sale: Tropical Luxury 3 bedroom villa w/ swimming pool, newly built or off plan. Close to beach and golf. Owner direct sale, English 081 756 7630 Indonesian 081 735 0877. [3146] For sale freehold house in Siligita Atas. 3 storey, 3 bedrooms, s.pool, spectacular panoramic seaview. 2 minutes to Nusa Dua. Safe and tranquil community of local & expat resident. Price Rp. 3.1 Billion. Tel. 081 139 6995 for viewing. [3449]

Canggu Club house for short term includes membership to club: 150 US per night. 2 bedroom with pool. Call Lorraine 081 834 9927 / <> or Raka 081 2366 0732. [3419] Canggu - New villa, 3 large bedrooms, 4 bath, private pool, manicured garden, large gated parking, panoramic views, 2 story, includes separate guest house. 10 min. Canggu Club, 5 min Pereranan Beach. $1400 month min. 6 months. <>. [3424] Villa for rent, weekly or monthly, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, private pool, garden, living room & kitchen. Located only 900m from Pererenan Beach. Contact: 0813 3833 0875 or <>. [3440] Villa for rent, 3 bed, swimming pool, furnished, jacuzzi, port parking, internet, Indovision. Villa for sale in Canggu Pererenan. Also have info for 3 bed or 2 bed villa for rent in Seminyak. Please contact: <>. Phone: 0821 4525 8268. <>. [3382] Small Villa for rent. 50 meters to Berawa Surf Canggu. One huge Air conditioned bedroom, plunge pool, dinning, kitchen. Parking. Maid service. Close Canggu Club. 8,800,000Rp month. 08180 576 6160. [3455] 5 min. walk to Pererenan Beach. 3 bed/2 bath. 10Are. Pool. Beautiful gardens. Plus detached bungalow. Rp. 140 juta per year. 7.5 years remaining on lease. Longer term negotiable. Contact 0813 3866 3603 or <>. [3464] Land for sale Babakan Canggu. Rice paddy field, villa surrounder, land size 1100m2, pave access, good deal!! Land near Echo Beach 1300m2, by main road, villa commercial surrounded. Contact Asih 0813 3701 9323. <>. [3469] Villa for rent in quiet surrounding, big living, 3 bedroom + AC, 2 bathroom and beautiful garden with private swimming pool, staff include. Available from November 1th until December 15th (six week). For information <umah_> or tel. 0813 3803 4148. [3417]

For sale/rent modern minimalist house in Giri Hill Nusa Dua. 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom + 1 jacuzzi, 90m2 building size in 1 are plot. Good price! Contact 0813 2258 7487 Ray White Kuta. [3422] Fully furnished 3 BR house/villa with swimming pool, Taman Mumbul, Nusa Dua, expatriates area, for rent yearly. (Direct owner) please call 081 759 1068. [3435]


Your complete Property Solution Looking for that dream home or that special piece of land? Investment, Residential & Commercial Properties, Land Acquisition & Real Estate Services. A personal Bespoke Service: At myProperty Bali we listen, not just talk… Contact us with your requirements +62 361 730225 / +62 812 180 75695

3 bedrooms villa in Brawa, pool, fully furnished, available for yearly rental. call 0812 4607 8979. [3471] House for rent Canggu. Land 10 are, 2nd floor, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 4 AC, 1 staff room, furnished, telp. line, gazebo, garage, open living, view pool - garden, sunset and rice. Call: (0361) 844 5495 or 0852 3863 4144. [3421] Villa for rent in Canggu, near beach, 3 are, 2 bed, 3 bath, living, kitchen, pool, ricefield view, new villa. Contact Made 081 2363 0309. [2921]

Our Signature Property: delMango Villa Estate Luxury Investment Villas Full & Fractional Ownership C/Re/G-29 June 11

Beautiful large classic Balinese villa for sale 1300m2 plot, 600m2 built, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, lounge, dinner, large garden, 12m pool, 4 car garage, gazebo, secluded tranquil, fantastic playground for kids. 21 years lease extendable, great potential add rooms or new villa for rental income AUD 285,000. T: 4735 777. M: 0821 4585 4645. E-mail: <>. [3367] Cheap guest house Rp. 75.000/day. Rp. 1.500.000/month or 10 rooms for all Rp. 7.000.000/month. Minimum 3 years. Jln. Pantai Berawa near Echo Beach and Canggu Club. 0361 214 0390 / 0361 926 0592. [2983] For rent short/long term, good location, 5 minute to Canggu Club and walk to Echo Beach, with price 550 U$/night/nett. You can enjoy our facilities with 6 bedroom, 6 bathroom, 1 toilet, garage 2 car, 4 motorbike, nice garden,1 gazebo, s.pool, 2 kitchen, 2 living room, 2 storey building with 10 are. Contact person 0878 6204 6819. E-mail. <arnoldzuned@>. Also we had Pondok Wisata Lisence. [3397] Restaurant fully equiped. Great location. 400m2, land 1000m2. Multi purpose spa, cafe, showroom, excellent terms. A/C, garden, big parking, ricefield view. Long or short term lease available. <> e-mail for photos. Ph. 081 2396 5030. [3401] Villa for rent/sale, building 125 m2 / land 2.55 are / furnished, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom, living, dining, kitchen full equip, garden, pool, 2 min from Berawa Beach, 5 min to Canggu club. Rent 150 mill/year. Sale 2.5M. Call 081-895 7082. [2912] Villa for sale/rent daily/monthly, freehold, 3 bedroom with ensuite, closed living area, pool, maidroom, 500m2, modern kitchen, river/paddys view, fully furnished, 5min from Canggu Club, Jl. Pantai Berawa, Gg. Bisma. 0812 3672 2812. [3410] House for rent, villa’s facilities good for family located in Canggu, near Brawa Surfing Beach, two separated buildings on land 400 msq, 3 bedrooms, 2 living rooms, garden, fully furnished, annually only (IDR) Rp. 110 million. Call: 0896 5651 9622. E-mail: <almanarayan@gmail. com>. [3413]

NC/Re/U-7 Sept. 11


Real Estate

Bali Advertiser

21 September - 05 October, 2011


Seminyak,Oberoi: 5, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 21, 28, 30, 34 A Petitenget, Batubelig: 8, 10, 13, 15, 22, 28 A Canggu: 2, 3, 10, 11, 14, 15, 25, 28, 30, 44, 60, 80 A Umalas, Kerobokan: 2.45, 5, 15, 17, 20, 27, 32, 44 A Bukit Jimbaran: 2.8, 4, 6, 9, 18, 82 A Marlboro, Denpasar: 2, 2.45, 4, 7.8, 15 A; Call : 081236333693, 08179725265, 081805571144 E-mail :

C/Re/A-21 Sept 11

SANUR Rental villa at beach side. Very new 3 bedrooms, furnished, featured private pool. Walking distance to the beach and shops. Call: 0813 3700 2573. [2142] 3 bedrooms brand new villa for lease (30 years). Access to beach, close to rest, shop, market. Furnished, pool, private complex, 24 hours security. Call: 0813 3835 1390. [2143] Brand new beautiful 2 bedrooms villa for rent in Sanur beach side. Set on 350sqm. Easy access to beach, shops, restaurants & market. Reasonable price. No agent please. Call: 0813 3835 1390. [2144]

C/Re/I-26 Jan 11

email :

ph. +62 (361) 8475747/8

3 bed/3 bath house in Sanur available for rent from Dec 22-Jan 4 while we are away on holiday. Contact Alex at <> or 0813 3844 9632 for more details and pictures. [3452] New Studio Appt, p/f, communal pool, parking. Rp. 3.000.000 p/m + elec. <>. [3453] Fully furnished house for rent, 3 bedrooms + bathrooms, lap s. pool, garage, garden, a must to see, walking distance to the beach, 150 mt from Hardys Batujimbar. Call: 081 2381 6888. [3456] 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 C/VR/I-24 Aug. 11

One bedroom townhouse/condotel (Scape, Jl Tamblingan), 36 year lease, communal garden/pool, quiet ,24 hour security, storage, US$160,000. Owner 0813 3831 8111 / <>. [3459]

NC/Re/I-21 Sept 11

Guesthouse business, 5 are freehold, 7 ensuite rooms, pool and kitchen, 2 bedroom owner house, kitchen/living room and office, parking, generator,established with high occupancy rate. Walk to shops/beach. Contact owner <>. [3460] Residential houses, villas and lands in Sanur area for short and long term or sale. For any request and appointment please call Murniati Agustina 081 2396 6744 or e-mail to <>. <www.homesweethome-bali. com>. [3075] Villa for rent, Kutat Lestari Sanur, 5 min to beach, 3 bedroom, open livingroom, pool, big garden, 4 cars garage, 2 phonelines, maidroom, furnished, price 160 million, minimum 2 years. Contact 081 138 0080. [3441]

Business Opportunity On Private Villa in Petitenget-Seminyak

Double storey 3 Bedrooms 3 ensuite approx 400m2 build on 5 are of beautiful landscaped garden. Located in secure complex in the most favourable area of Petitenget-Seminyak. Fully established with extensive inventory of quality furnishings and fittings. Walking distance to beach, and many of Bali finest restaurants. Just 3 year old and already generating good returns with owners self management and private staff. Opportunity to join complex rental pool if preffered or can use for 100% private use. Leasehold to 2038 (with option of further 20yrs)

Price: USD 565,000 For more info, please call: +62 819 990 982 22 / +62 853 333 98669 NC/Re/P-21 Sept. 11

Spacious, sunny house for rent. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, open-plan kitchen/living, large office, terraces, garden. Large openable windows, kitchen hot-water, safety-gates, roller-blinds. November, min 2 years, Rp. 90 million/ year. Photos/viewings Murniati Agustina 0812 396 6744 / <atlantika_bali@hotmail. com>. [3346] House for rent: 2 storey house, 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, no furniture, small backyard - easy maintenance, Gazebo, 2 car garage, tel line. Rp. 55,000,000 per year, central location. 0812 3617 9686. No agents. [3387] C/Re/I-15 June 11


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Looking for small office (2 staff) around Sanur/ Renon/South Denpasar. Must have IMB, business license. Contact <>. [001] Looking for villa to rent. Must have ocean view!. Minimum 3 bedrooms. Possible rental 2 - 6 months. Start in November. Email <boulder606@>. [002] Looking to Rent Office Space. Dicari Sewa Kantor. Looking in the Sunset Road, Jl. Dewi Sri, Jl. Sunset Garden, Jl. Marlboro (Teuku Umar Barat), etc areas. 200-300sqm. 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. [003]


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

Villa for rent monthly, year, 1 bedroom, fully furnished, living room, kitchen, hot & cold water, cable TV, swimming pool, telp. line, parking. Call 081 6470 8929 / 363 2999. [3388] Sanur location Jalan Batur Sari. New private villa with 2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms, airconditioned with pool. 25 year lease, 5 minutes to beach, price 695 juta or rent by negotiation. Please contact 0361 797 6785 to inspect. [3398] For sale 3 bedroom private pool villas in Sanur, Rp. 2.5 Billion. Facilities: carport, garden, maid room, etc. Jalan Penyaringan III No. 12x Sanur. Call 081 2380 2562. Direct with the owner. [3399] Villa for rent weekly, monthly, yearly. Available 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedrooms, fully furnished, hot & cold water, cable TV, swimming pool, parking lot, free Wi-Fi, 5 minutes to the beach & international school. Contact: 0361 887 6679 / 081 138 5315, e-mail: <>. [3021] For rent direct from owner, very nice, cosy 3 bedroom house in Sanur. From 20 October 2011 untill April 2013 Rp. 65.000.000. After this period minimal rent 1 year. HP: 0821 4598 9252 English, Dutch. E-mail: <elpasoindo@ gmail. com>. [3411] Brand new house, modern 3 bedrooms, close to sanur, AC, security gated, kitchen, price 9 mill/month, price nego for 1 year. 3 bed, pool, furnished Rp. 115 mill/year. Call 0819 9940 9249. [3432] 3-bedroom house for rent in a friendly perumahan on Jalan Tukad Balian, Sidakarya. Fully furnished. Available from Dec for 6-month contract. IDR. 21 million. Please call/SMS for info: Hazel: 0813 3851 0313 (English). Ketut: 0812 3634 5502 (Bahasa). [3433] C/Re/G-24 August 11







• Feel of the rain forest jungles, a brilliant place to call home • Newly built four bedroom villa sit on 1,800 sqm of land, enjoys the look and feel of the rain forest jungles of Bali’s upper regions, for sale 24 years lease • Fully furnished, 12 meters pool, open living and dining • Built to the highest international standards, part of an exclusive expats community • Located along the Penet River in the rural Cepaka village, 10 mins to Echo Beach

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Great Leasehold Offer, just 200 meters from the beach in Canggu Leasehold for 25 yr with an option to extend for 13 more yr at market price Sit on 1,400sqm of land with private pool, unfurnished Main building consist of a well appointed kitchen, twin master bedroom suites & a lounge and dining area which can be opened up to enjoy ocean breezes • The third bedroom is located in the Javanese style joglo guest pavilion

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For Sale IDR 7,300,000,000 Patrick Clancy (62) 817 973 3031 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

For Sale IDR 5,700,000,000 Patrick Clancy (62) 817 973 3031 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

For Sale USD 220,000 Patrick Clancy (62) 817 973 3031 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358





Tropical money maker villa at its best 30 years lease + 10 years optional extension Two bedroom villa sit on 220 sqm of land with private pool Open pavilion Living Room/Dining Room and Kitchen area easily creates the feeling of tropical living, fully furnished, garage • Located within walking distance to shops & restaurants on the Oberoi Road



• Luxurious Gated Community Villa • Sit on 640 squaremeters of land in a five star private gated community • Modern open living and dining plan compliment the clever use of space blending outdoor tropical living with the state of the art comforts of modern luxury • 44 years leasehold, 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, fully furnished • Walking distance to shops and restaurants

• Stunning Beachfront Villa in Berawa, Freehold • Fully furnished 2 storey villa sits on 2,645 m2 of land with 20m2 infinity pool • 5 bedroom all ensuites facing ocean views and amazing garden, open plan dining & living area with airconditioning kitchen equipped with modern conveniences • Crossing over, another 492 m2 of beach land comes with the property • Located in Berawa, a short drive from the trendy shops & restaurants in Seminyak

• Cozy villa in the heart of Seminyak, off the plan • 30 yr lease with 20 yr extension based on market price, show unit available • 2,5 bedroom & 3,5 bedroom villa offer contemporary design, fully furnished, open living & dining facing pool with an outdoor jacuzzi • Decorated using local materials with an eco friendly contribution • Located just off Oberoi street, close to shops, restaurants and to the beach

For Sale USD 850,000 Eric Livesey (62) 812 3766 3111 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

For Sale Price On Application Eric Livesey (62) 812 3766 3111 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

For Sale from USD 375,000 Eric Livesey (62) 812 3766 3111 Seminyak Office (62 361) 737 358

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Gianyar, North East Coast • • • • •


A tropical breeze property in North East Coast Best quality building spec. with low maintenance cost 785sqm land and 360sqm floor space, surrounded by rice paddies. Offering four bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Located in Blahbatuh, Gianyar, 15 minutes drive from Sanur

Ubud • • • • •


Absolute beachfront property! Located in Cucukan, Gianyar only 15 minutes to central Ubud and 20 to Sanur. Sitting on 710sqm land, featuring four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Peaceful and serene living environment. Enjoy the spectacular view of Agung Mountain during the clear shiny day.


Any be c serious onsi dere d


Friendly, secure, and peaceful living Offering 6,000sqm freehold land It features two large bedrooms with en suites bathrooms About 15 minutes from the center of Ubud It is offered with a huge garden and private swimming pool

For Sale Freehold USD 485,000 Dewi (62) 85 7921 79769 Ubud office (62) 361 823 5369

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Payangan, Ubud • • • • •


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Sanur’s best leasehold offer Located in central Sanur, only five minutes walk to the beach Sits on 587sqm of land and offers 200sqm living space With unique open space living area overlooking to a blue water swimming pool and large garden • Brand new, this villa won’t be on market for long!




Land for sale in Payangan, Ubud Spectacular view of the valley and jungle Located at peaceful village, about 30 minute drive to central Ubud Freehold plot land of 3,000 sqm size with three meters private access This land has good size with nice shape and ready to build

For Sale Freehold IDR 870,000,000 Dewi (62) 85 7921 79769 Ubud office (62) 361 823 5369



For Sale Leasehold 24 years USD 235,000 & 49 years USD 350,000 (Reduced Price) Mark Vroon (62) 81 3377 93030 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 28 76 42

For Sale Freehold USD 360,000 Mark Vroon (62) 81 3377 93030 Sanur/Ubud office (62 361) 28 76 42

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


Gianyar, Cucukan


Tegallalang, Ubud • • • •


Beautiful, tranquil, and rice field view Sits on 1,600 sqm land and offers 470 sqm floor space Open plan contemporary kitchen and spacious living and dining areas It has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, fully furnished, and built in luxury standard • Located in Tegallalang, about 10 minutes to Ubud center

For Sale Freehold USD 570,000 Dewi (62) 85 7921 79769 Ubud office (62) 361 823 5369


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Bali Advertiser

21 September - 05 October, 2011

BUKIT Restaurant for sale (new booming area in South Bali, villa & hotel project around). Restaurant seat on 5 are, 2 main building, 3 for terrace, lease of 3,5 years extend 5 more. Running positive financial trip advisor award only 300 juta nego. +62 821 4530 7726 / +62 813 5307 8995. [3439]

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+62 361 733473 Villas, Lands, Apartments, Commercials For Sale or Lease Short & Long Term FITRI 0819 3430 6263 TINA 0818 055 60693

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0878 6110 0176 085 6170 8021 0878 8507 8888 C/Re/I-21 Sept 11

For quick sale small cozy house in Balangan/Ungasan area, land 100 mtr / bldg 54 sqm, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, electricity 3500 kva, telephone, hot water, carport, good investment property for only Rp. 350.000.000 OBO. Tel. 081 139 6995. [3448]

C/Re/G-9 March 11

Overcontract Spa

Nice vacation home by Bali cliff beach, freehold, 240m2, pool, jacuzzi, 2Bdrms, 3 baths, balcony, western kitchen, marble countertop, maidsroom, storage closets, garden, carport. Photos at <>. Price USD $ 150,000. Ph. 081 2382 3623. [3332] Villa for sale or longterm rent. Owners returning to Australia. This stunning well maintained 2 bedroom villa with open kichen/dining area overlooking pool, tropical gardens and outdoor entertainment areas is in secure complex in peaceful Bukit. All amenities you need available. Yearly rental is Rp. 175.000.000. E-mail: <hansrudydb@yahoo.>. Phone: +62 813 3805 3652. [3450]

Location Br Semer, Kerobokan. Leasing still 1 year 6 months. Brand new spa, nice location and nice place. Price negotiable. Please contact

0878 6105 0699 NC/Re/P-21 Sept. 11



House for rent Bingin 15 are landscape with pool, 2 storey fully furnished, big bedroom, livingroom, bathroom, water pump, kitchen store, hot water, walking distance to the beach 081 6471 6291. <>. [3463]

Green & Roasted Bean Luwak with CERTIFICATE WHOLE SALE & EXPORT

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]

1-15are. 10min Sanur Beach, Very Calm and Clean Surroundings. Recommand to build houses.

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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] For sale/rent ruko in Purigading 3x17m, 2 storey, kitchen, 2 bathroom, a2 bedroom, telp. line. Rent 35 mill year. Sale 395 mill. Phone 081 7977 1453 / 081 7479 6441. [1907] For sale/rent - Licensed hotel at Dreamland. 7 bedrooms, pool & BBQ area. Close to beach and golf course. Great views. Sell Aust$ 390,000, rent Rp. 250 mill per year. Phone 081 7977 1453 / 081 7479 6441. [2684] C/Re/I-10 August 11

For sale/rent. Clifftop 2 bedroom fully furnished new house on 2 are with pool and great views of southern ocean and Karma Kendara. Sell AUS$ 129,000. Rent Rp. 90 mill per year. Phone 081 7977 1453 / 081 7479 6441. [2966] Dreamland, fully furnished units for rent daily, weekly, monthly. One bedroom unit from Rp. 4 million/month, two bedrooms from Rp. 6 million/month, three bedrooms from Rp. 8 million/month. Pool & BBQ area, great views and breeze. Phone 081 7977 1453 / 081 7479 6441. [3163] Land for lease in Bukit, Ungasan. 2 are. Good location, nice view, good for villa. Call 0813 3985 0486. [3179]

Contact: 0361-8565305 0361-8565983 (ENG)

BERINGIN PROPERTY Local Agent and Local Prices

The only Property Agent based on the west coast of Bali

LAND FOR SALE BELALANG - Belalang, Beautiful 12 Are in a western area. Already residential aspect, stunning green zone views. PRICE : IDR 95 Mill / Are - Belalang, Beautiful 4 Are in same Western area. Already residential aspect, stunning green zone views. PRICE : IDR 85 Mill / Are KUTA - Kuta, 1.3 Are, 4 bedroom kost. PRICE : IDR. 500 Million KEDUNGGU - Kedunggu. 56 Are, 700m from the beach with sweeping ocean views. Power and sealed access. Already has an IMB (Building permit), and is on the edge of a beautiful Bali village. The block shape is 50m by 100m and is gently sloping towards the ocean. PRICE : IDR 90 Mill / Are - Kedunggu. 36.5 Are of contract land, 50year lease. 50m from beach with stunning ocean views. Won’t last long at IDR 3 Mill/ Are/ Year.

Total Price IDR 5.475.000.000 MEDEWI - Medewi 83.5 Are, Stunning beach front block opening up to a two mile long black sand beach. 2 km east of the famous “Medewi” surf break in a tourist zoned area and already has a Building permit. Possibilities for a resort or private villa. PRICE : IDR 30 Mill / Are

Jl. Darmawangsa No. 1, Tanah Lot - Bali - Indonesia Phone: +62 361 8483743 Fax: +62 361 8483743 Web: Email: / C/Re/I -21 Sept 11

Bukit Balangan beach land for sale. 6 are, 200 meter from beach, price Rp. 275 million / are. Please contact 0361 895 3015 / 081 2366 6541 or e-mail: <anggaw83@>. [3159]

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Your trusted advisor for Property, Corporate and Project Development Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai 120F, Kuta - Bali 80361 - Indonesia Tel: +62(0)361 767 999 Email: C/Re/G-10 August 11

For sale/rent. 2 bdrm / 2 bathroom, fully furnished, “5 Star Bali style villa” - complete with marble floors, private bedrooms, formal dining area. Pool, immaculate gardens, in a secure Western villa complex. 1st to see will buy. Rent Aust. $15,000/year. Sell Aust. $250,000. Ph. (+61) 4100 98 547. [3402] Villa for sale/rent. Open ocean views/pool on 2 are. Built 2010. Breezy. 2 bedroom furnished. Near Karma Kandara Ungasan. Sell $US120,000. Rent 80 mil/year. 0818 0551 4826, e-mail <>. [3369] Beautiful stand alone 2 bedroom villa with pool in Bukit near GWK available for rent weekly, monthly and yearly. Picture available on request. Contact 085 6373 6203 or e-mail: <>. [1547] Short drive from Bingin, Padang2 Beach. Tranquil architecturally designed villa, panoramic views of Bali. 4 bedroom, 5 bathroom, fully-furnished, 15m pool, staff quarters. Land area 1000 sqm, built-up 400 sqm, 35,000 USD/year. Call: 081 2389 0994 or <peter@>. [3394] 10 are land for sale in Bukit, ocean view, electricity & water. Price Rp. 100 million / are. Please contact 0361 895 3015 / 081 2366 6541 or e-mail: <>. [3159] Retreat: 2 bungalows, kitchen, yoga space, 50 metres, Bingin Beach, min 6 to 12 months, suit quite vegetarians. Call 085 6370 9074. [3428] NC/Re/G-21 Sept. 11

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Real Estate

21 September - 05 October, 2011





Private villa for rent daily, weekly or monthly. 3 bedrooms

Outstanding opportunity to purchase from 10-40 Are

with pool. Located in Jasri, East of Bali. Pictures available on

of absolute waterfront freehold land + beach. Real

request. Contact 081 855 3830 or e-mail: <madedewi83@

island lifestyle (Nusa Lembongan) just 105M/Are with

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]>. [1547]

Westerners either side. Australian seller - avoid usual Balinese problems. Full set photos here at <


Baliland4sale>. E-mail <> / 0812 3766 1111. [3373]

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 9.6 are Tegalalang. 25 min from Ubud. Ricefield, mountain and river view. Road 6 meter. Please contact 0852 3714 4456. [1553]

Romantic/modern house, opposite Kumala Pantai Hotel, in a quite lane. 5 min to beach, 2 bedrooms, large living area, 400sqm tropical garden, private entrance. Long/short term. Call 0361-766 329, Hp. 081 7973 7913. E-mail: <>. [2775]

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

Legian 2 bedroom private penthouse for sale at Bali-Court Hotel, good views large balcoonies no adjoining walls with other apartments, great investment opportunity. In established hotel or residence or both $180.000. Maddy 0813 3870 0794. [3465]

Saba beach 36 are, freehold, Ocean view, The land is surrounded by coconut trees. Definitely access hassle free, since a well established road leads directly to the land, 15 minute to Sanur. Reni +62 821 2350 3917. Email <ren_>. [3415]


NC/Re/G-21 Sept. 11

Vacant lots available for sale from 20 are in Buahan Village, Ubud. Direct access to Ayung River, stunning view, ricefields, mountain... Price Rupiah 95 million/are. Freehold. Please call 0813 3925 7033. <calibre_aussgm@yahoo. com>. [3420] Sub-lease / over contract 4 years left, 2 levels approx 17 sq mt. Main st. Ubud; price negotiable. Ctc no: 081 6570 603. [3423]

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Ruko for rent (10m x 12m), Jl. Pulau Tarakan no. 18 Denpasar, 4 storey, 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, store. Call 081 7975 4914. [3177]

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

Guest house, minimalist & simple design, 2 bedroom, 1 living room, 1 bathroom, suitable for small family, Rp. 3.600.000 mill/month. Facilities: AC, TV, refrigerator, spring bed, wardrobe, kitchen with stove & all cooking equipement, desk & chairs, etc. Daily/yearly negotiable. SMS: 0361 748 7518 owner. [3403] Nice villa for sale 1,8M or for rent 140jt/year at Jl.Gn.Andakasa Gg. Griya Nirmala No.9A Penamparan Gatsu Barat, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, living room, kitchen, swimming pool. Call: 0819 1564 5592 / 0878 6018 5438. [3431] House for sale or rent. 2 floors, 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 garage, on land 2.6 are. Located Sidakarya Denpasar. Contact 081 2394 8595. [3438]

KLUNGKUNG One hectare land for sale in Ped Nusa Penida for Rp. 900 million and 39 acre land in Pupuan for Rp. 550 million. Please contact 081 856 7221 / 0813 3852 2529. [3404] C/Re/I-21 Sept 11

LOMBOK Land for lease in Gili Trawangan. 20m from the beach. 7mx25m, price 20 million Rupiah per year. Contact 0818 900 480. No agent please. [3472]


House for sale located in Dalung Permai blok D51. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, land size 1 are, type building 70. Please call 0819 9900 5292. [3439]

Land 4 are elevated ocean views, water electric nearby access from sealed road, ideal for villa, 10 years remaining on lease Rp. 100 million. A further 20 years extension can be negotiated with landowner. Ph. 0813 3964 9488 (English). [3389]



House for sale: Kerobokan area - Good location. Freehold. 95m2/60m2. 2 bedrooms (1 bedroom with AC), 1 ensuite bathroom with hot water both bedrooms, garage, living room, kitchen, garden, semi furnished. Price: Rp. 550 millions (nego). More info: Call owner direct. 081 139 5100. [3333]

For rent in 3,6 are land, 3 room, 3 bathroom, kitchen, 3 ACs, refrigerator room & bathroom for helper. Br. Semer. Rp. 75 mill/year. Contact 081 2362 9394. E-mail <rev_>. [3006]

Modern deluxe new apartments 1 & 2 bedrooms, fully furnished, large parking, beautiful garden, free Wi-Fi, from 50 to 150 m2, monthly from Rp. 3.5 to 6.5 million. 2 location off West Marlboro and close to Carrefour. Call +62 81 2388 9173. [3429] Brand new villa renovated, two double bedrooms/ bathroom, aircond, fully equipped, kitchen, huge garden, laundry room, private parking, beautiful decorated, quite area, amazing location. Oberoi 0819 1626 9378. [3430] Lease hold lands ready to build Petitenget, 4 are and 3.5 are, 5 million per are, kavling freehold land in Bukit, close Nirmala, Pecatu. Contact Deny 0852 3724 6481 or 0853 3744 7171. [3443] Oberoi villa for rent. 2 BR, 2 bath, open livingroom, kitchen, swimming pool, garden, AC, hot water, car parking, 3 min to Jl. Oberoi. Simple & modern. 100 mill a year. Please call: 0361 921 5800. [3445] Villa for rent, Umalas, 200m from French school, overcontract, 3 bedrooms + 3 bathrooms, pool, garden, furnished, 130 mio/year or 220 mio/22 months. Contact 0821 4604 7940 or <>. [3446] Villa for rent. 3 bedrooms, AC, Upstairs loft, open living, kitchen, and dining area. swimming pool, cable vision, 2 bathrooms and maid bathroom, hot water, partly furnished. Min. 2 yrs. Please call 0819 3310 2420. [3458] Charming Indonesian-style house, big bedrooms, large living-room, big kitchen, two bathrooms, garage, sittingplace outside with flowers, save, friendly neighbours, 29. 5 million/year, (not furnished), <bouchraprincessbali@>, HP 0878 6117 1965. [3466] House for rent: Travellers, Surfers, Students or Family, 19. Sept. for 3 months or more until 31. Aug. 1012, 3 separate bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, big kitchen, two living-rooms, garden and garage, furnished, TV, fridge, cooking-facilities, USS 3500-/3 mths., USS 3800. -/6 mths. or 4200.- /11 mths., e-mail: <> or HP: 0878 6117 1965 (sorry no photos available), near Seminyak, Legian, Kuta. [3467] 3 villa’s for rent & cheap. 1. Two bedroom, furnished, airconditioned and pool. 2. Two bedroom, furnished, airconditioned. 3. One bedroom, furnished, airconditioned, and pool. All in beautiful condition with gardens. PH Rod on: 0878 6211 9697 or 0859 2065 5532. E-mail: <rodnieass@> / <>. [3468] 2 bedroom villa in Kerobokan Br. Semer. swimming pool, daily maid, hot water, AC, TV cable. Daily, weekly, monthly & yearly. Call +62 819 1636 2285. [3473] For rent totally furnished 2 bedroom villa with pool in Umalas, 140 mill per year to be payed upfront. Landsize 2.5 are, semi open living roofterras with amazing view. 0815 5888 5053. <>. [3474]

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21 September - 05 October, 2011

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

Call : 081-805302008 Email : C/Re/U-27 July11

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] 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: Gardenia Village, Jl. Tangkuban Perahu, Kerobokan. Land 124m2, 2-storey building, 3-bedrooms, 3-bathrooms, living/family room, kitchen, garden, carport, cable TV, AC, hot water, furnished. Rp. 65 million/yr. Call 081 6474 2185 -081 2391 8540. [3390]


M: 081 239 13309 081339 654 230 081 239 85489

Sunset, Sunrise, Pool, Full Furn 200 Mio/year ~ 35 Mio/month GWK Park Jimbaran NC/Re/I-21 Sept 11

A Rare offer in Sanur....

Four Bedroom Villa with swimming pool

Brand new rooms & villas for rent in quiet area of Kerobokan, fully furnished, AC, water heater, Indovision cable TV, kitchen, large parking space. Rate from Rp. 5 mill/month to Rp. 9 mill/month. (10% disc. for long stay). Please contact 0819 1616 5279 or 081 7978 3873. [3391] For rent shortterm & yearly. 2 bedrooms villa in Kerobokan, fully furnished, pool, big garden, very good location, ricefield view, reasonable price, close to places of interests. Call 081 7972 5265 / 0812 3633 3693 / 0361 787 0334. [3392] 2bedroom private villa D’Alma for rental monthly, yearly, 10 minutes to Seminyak, 5 minutes to Petitenget. Fully furniture, private pool, AC, international TV channel, Wi-Fi, hot water, security, maid. Please contact +62 (85) 6371 9366, <>. [2664]

Ownership freehold. Landsize 5.2 are, building size 240 m2 year of building 2008, swim. pool 8x4m, 4 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms + 1 guest toilet, living 65 m2 (approx.). Terrace 25 m2 (approx.). Electricity 5500Watt, telephone line, internet connection, roof made of tiles, water own well, water filter system, covered parking, access public road.

For sale a villa 4 are, freehold, 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 4 AC, 2 kitchen, fully furnished, garage, 1 laundry room, s.pool. Asking price IDR 3 milyar. Contact person by owner 0878 6204 6819. E-mail. <>. [3396]

Euro 230,000

Call the Dutch owner 081 338 648 514 NC/Re/P-21 Sept. 11

House for rent with minimalist design: 2bedrooms, 1 AC, kitchen, garden, parking, convenient location in Dalung. Rent yearly: Rp. 35,000,000 (nego). Call to 313 4300, 0815 5319 6670. [3406] Beautiful house for rent Jl. Gunung Salak, near Lollipop Preschool. 2 floors, 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, air conditioning, water heater, minibar, pool, garden, garage and full furnished. Rp. 110 mill/year. Min 2 years, long term negotiable. Call 0813 3848 7427. [3408] For sale: 2 small and cozy villas in 3 are land, 1 and 2 bedrooms, each with pool, carport, phone, PDAM, AC. Good location. Great investment. Contact 081 814 7672 or 0815 1039 2773. [3414] Villa Ribka to rent Banjar Semer, Kerobokan. Standing on 6.5 are. 3 bedroom, AC, pool, tropical garden, full furnished, internet, parking, typical Balinese village, simple and charming. Call 0821 45 911 663. <ribkachanson@>. [3168] NC/Re/G-21 Sept. 11

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


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

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

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

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

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


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21 September - 05 October, 2011

JIMBARAN ● Lombok fully furnished 4bedroom villa on 4,250m2 with rain forest view near Mt. Rinjani National Park fit for rental/meditation retreat freehold US$ 495,000. ● Tejakula-Tembok North East Bali between Singaraja & Amlapura 56,5 are beachfront land @ Rp. 50 million/are freehold. ● Sanur holiday rental, 3bdr villa with all facilities near all amenities for max. 8 people. $170/day w/daily breakfast+maid service. ● Carita Beach-Anyer W Java great tourist area near Jakarta 4500m2 land for Rp. 800 million.

● Nusa Dua-Siligita renovated furnished 4/5 bdrm hse on 4 are freehold Rp.1,800,000,000; for rent Rp.160 million / 2 years. ● Nusa Dua-Taman Giri 29 are freehold land @ Rp. 120 million/are. ● Sanur near sh center & bch splendid 2bdr villa, fully equipped & furnished, 42yrs lease US$ 365,000. ● Gianyar-Bona Village near Sanur, Ubud, Safari & Marine park, Saba & Keramas beach hotel/bung. complex w/14 rooms, all licenses, rest., recreation area w/billiard & fitness rooms, spa & Finland sauna freehold Euro 650,000.

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Office or commercial space for lease short or long term in Jimbaran, Jl. Raya Ulluwatu II. Have 2 separate buildings with a center pebble stone open area, water feature and pond, 2 private rooms, 3 bathrooms, reception, meeting space, kitchen, parking area, 4 AC, electricity 15,400 watt. Very strategic location. Please contact (0361) 703 361 or 0857 8047 6789, <>. [2931] For sale house in Taman Griya Jimbaran. 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 floors, swimming pool, garage for 2 cars, full furnished, kitchen, bar, living room, terrace, staff area & laundry. Direct Owner 081 7970 1709 or 0857 8047 6789 <>. [2932] Villa Uluwatu South Jimbaran, Dreamland, Griya Alam Pecatu Resort. 2 storey good furnish house, 3 double bedroom x 3 bathroom, sea views, AUD $ 90 per day, $550 perweek, $1650 permonth, 6 month more negotiation, Email: <>. +6281 681 5654 / +614 0739 0116. [3426] House for rent in Permata Ariza Residences. 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, fully furnished, internet/telp, telkomvision, AC, open living room/kitchen, nice garden n quite, near jimbaran beach. Available now Rp 80.000.000/year. Contact 081 7474 7062. [3437] Room for rent at Jimbaran, Jln. Bukit Hijau no. 6. Comfort, fully furnish room. Kitchen, bath, garden, parking with free elect and maid. 2,5 mill monthly or 200k daily. Call 081 2395 8971. [1871]

KUTA Private room 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, AC, kitchen, hotwater, freezer, TV, fully furnished. Close to airport/beach 5 min. Nice room/safe. Call 0813 5767 8881. Rp. 3 mill / 4 mill/month, Rp. 200.000/day. [1532] Room available for long term rent, min 12 months. Close to beach, Bemo Corner, etc. For more info and photos e-mail <>. 0821 4648 9802, 0361 804 5563. [3339]

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3 shops to let prime location at Bemo Corner, located at Bunisari street opposite 24 hours Indomaret. Please call 081 2380 2169 / 0361 786 8169 Alamsyah. Need fast affordable price. Profitable guarantee. <alamsyahz@>. [1630] Studio Apartment for rent. Excellent condition. 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, kitchen, AC, internet, fully furnished, housekeeping, security. 2 mins airport/beach. Daily monthly rates. E-mail <> for photos. Ph: 0852 3744 9373. [1515] Villa for rent. Excellent condition. Two bedroom, two bathroom, equipped kitchen. Open dining/livingroom. Fully furnished, AC, internet, private garden/pool. Daily, monthly rates. E-mail <> for photos. Ph: 0852 3744 9373. [1649] House for rent exclusive location, 10 minutes to Sanur, 10 minutes to Kuta/airport, 4 bedroom, 1 maidroom, 3 bathroom w/ bathtub, kitchen set, full furnished, air conditioned, H/C water. Please contact: 0821 4599 6514 / 0878 6196 7881. [3326] Ruko Sunset Star for rent loc. Sunset Road Simpang Lima. Call 864 2204 (jam 09.00 - 17.00). [3400] Central Kuta rent rooms AC, DVD, TV, fridge, share kitchen, 2,5-3,5 million/month, 250m to beach. And house 3 rooms, big kitchen, shop at front, 40 million/year. English 0878 6001 4308. Bhs 0818 0566 4926. [3442] Room ( non smoking) for monthly rent, by pass sunset road, AC, water heater, parking, Wi-Fi. Call 0818 0530 8808. [3454] Western house for rent, best location, long/short term, quiet, 2 story, 2 brm, 3 bthrm, kitchen , fully furnished, A/C, indovision, cleaner, only Rp. 600,000 per night. Contact-Ketut -0813 3864 8344, <beneyasa@hotmail. com>. [3462]

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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 $145,000


Price Rp. 500,000,000 / Are

Price Rp. 125,000,000 / Are

Price Rp. 425,000,000 / Are






Cliff Edge land - Bukit Nyangnyang

Ocean View Land - Bukit Ungasan

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Beach Front Land - Seseh

Looking for nice land in Ubud area? This is the prefect plot for those who dream to invest in Ubud. This 75 Are piece of land is located just minutes away from Central Ubud and can be yours for only Rp. 80,000,000/Are. An ideal choice for yoga retreat or estate development as you have your own river flowing through the land.

40 Are of rare to find cliff edge land is available very close to the Bvlgari. This stunning plot is reasonably priced at Rp 500,000,000 per Are freehold. This definitely won’t be on the market long!

Located close to Banyan Tree Hotel and Karma Kandara Resort, this 30 Are plot of land in Bukit Ungasan is real value for money. Electricity and water lines are available as is a 6-metre road access to the location. At a very reasonable price of Rp. 125,000,000/Are, this is a great investment.

Amazing ocean front land in an ever popular area of Seseh is 2.95 Hectare in size and approx 50 meters of beachfront. It is priced to sell at Rp 400,000,000 / Are. Other land on the market in this area is all selling for over Rp 500,000,000/Are! Call now before you miss out on this bargain.

Price Rp. 2,000,000,000

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Price Rp. 3,500,000,000

Price Rp. 6,250,000,000


This brand new 2 bedroom villa is 250M2 build on 275M2 of Freehold land. It also has a carport and maids room and is surrounded by rice fields. It is close to the Canggu Club and International School. A must see if you’re looking for a great investment in Canggu. Furnished.

Nusa Dua

This Architectural delight is nearly 500 M2 of top quality build on a generous plot of 700 M2. There are 3 good sized en-suite bedrooms plus a maids room. Also garaging for 2 cars. It is located in a very popular area of Nusa Dua. Call now to view this amazing villa. Fully furnished.


Great opportunity to buy a 5 bed freehold villa just off Sunset Road in Seminyak. Has two living rooms and a beautiful swimming pool. At this price, you will have to move fast.

Jimbaran Bay Villa

This stunning 4 bed Freehold villa is situated in the “Millionaires Row” area of Jimbaran Bay. It is fully furnished to an unbelievably high standard and comes with a great swimming pool and entertainment area. The vendor is highly motivated to sell, hence the low price.

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SBUK266 Bukit




SCGU812 Canggu

A stunning villa located in Bukit Jimbaran, 5 minutes from Dreamland. This villa has 2 separate pavilion style houses, the pavilions for the bedroom are located down the hill overlooking the beautiful garden. The house has been built based on the Feng Shui principle by the Austrian owner & the attention to detail is excellent. Only the best materials have been used in construction; Kerobokan stone, teak wood & all marble for the bathrooms. Contact : Shane Walsh + 62 (0) 81 338 276 772 Title : Hak Milik Price : USD 790,000



This is an excellent, luxury villa within easy walking distance to Berawa Beach. Superb attention to detail can be seen throughout the 400m2 of living area,and 3 bedrooms. The outdoor, and indoor living spaces are excellent, creating a perfect environment for entertaining. This house is priced to sell, and won't last! Call me now to inspect

Contact : Mick

+ 62 (0) 81 74 75 16 23

Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 12,500,000,000

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This multi storey villa is constructed from beautiful teak timber throughout. It features an airy living area, western style kitchen, beautiful pool & comes fully furnished with designer furniture. Located at Berawa Beach only 15 minutes from Seminyak, this villa has direct access to the beach through a vacant block of land in front of the villa. A great investment opportunity in this rapidly growing area! Title : Hak Milik Price : USD 299,000 Rent : USD 200 per day

Contact : Govinda + 62 (0) 81 338 421 888

SCGU900 Canggu



SNUD999 Nusa Dua


This multi storey property has two fully furnished villas. One on each floor and is currently run as a successful rental business, for both long or short term rental. This property enjoys a 4 star rating. Both these villas have current holiday rental bookings well into the year and the owners are happy to pass on those bookings and the revenue to any new owner. Title : Hak Milik Price : USD 440,000 Rent : USD 150 per day

Contact : Govinda + 62 (0) 81 338 421 888




The number one fastest selling development in Nusa Dua! 10 luxury villas

Only 3 Villas Available to Complete the Investments! Do not miss out - Call now for your inspection today! Title : Hak Milik Price : Price On Application

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32,3 Are

LBUK364 Ungasan - Bukit

A total land size of 32,3 are - slope shape. It has 2 separated certificate (1765 + 1465 sqm). The vendor would like to sell the whole plot, individually certificate or just 800 sqm part of the land with a very nice ocean view. Bentuk tanah miring dengan full view bisa di beli keseluruhan, sebagian atau 8 are. Disekitarnya sudah ada villa, jalan aspalt, fasilitas listrik, PAM dan sumur bor. Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 210,000,000 /Are

Contact : Amir Faisol + 62 81 85 121 76

37 Are

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

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

Contact : Siska + 62 (0) 81 55 749 228

SSNR587 Sanur




Hidden away in quite place in Sanur, this villa is part of a delightful villa complex in southern Bali. This property has a very attractive established garden, encapsulating a sense of peace and tranquility. Bedrooms, living and out door lounging areas are all complemented with a poolside bale. Enjoy the benefits of a central location in a hidden oasis.

Title : Leasehold Price : USD 170,000

Contact : Mangku Suedi + 62 (0) 87 861 053 599

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Great home, great opportunity to buy in Seminyak!! Built in 2009 this open Bali style 2 story villa is situated in the sought after area of Seminyak. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s large pool and lush garden makes for great entertaining, and the location on a private paved gang is quiet and is ideal for children. It has convenient access to amenities such as 200m from Sunset Rd and 1 minute drive from Bali Deli. Title : Leasehold Price : USD 170,000

SSEM414 Seminyak

Contact : Ray White Seminyak + 62 (0) 82 147 561 410




New Luxury Boutique Hotel with great return, 90% occupancy, 43 years leasehold. 3 villas of 2 bedrooms each. Each villa has ample space to accommodate 4 people, in a stylish, modern tropical setting. 2 bedroom pool villas are located not far from the beach, the shopping area & the restaurants. In Legian-Seminyak area, the most upmarket of the coastal beaches, with high-end accommodation, restaurants & boutique shopping. Contact : Amber Title : Leasehold + 62 (0) 81 804 188 644 For 1 Unit : USD 325,000 For 3 Unit : USD 750,000

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SCGU767 Canggu



SSNR333 Sanur




Freehold steal! Be quick wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t last at this price. This fabulous 3 bedroom villa located in a quiet street in Sanur has it all. A large open plan kitchen leads out to the pool, all bedrooms have quality appointed ensuite bathrooms and the garden is attractively planted making the most of the freehold land. Close proximity to the International School in an excellent neighbourhood make this property a must see. Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 2,700,000,000

SCGU005 Canggu


This property is located in Berawa Canggu. It's a modern masterpiece with an excellent finish. It has 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 family living rooms, plenty of storage facilities,a luscious garden with great sized pool & gazebo. The property is situated on 4 are of land & also has an amazing terrace with stunning green belt rice paddy views. It can be the perfect family home. This is an amazing opportunity to own a stunning modern villa in Bali. Contact : Andy Keegan Title : Hak Milik + 62 (0) 87 862 436 141 Price : IDR 3,500,000,000



Contact : Haryono + 62 (0) 85 857 442 601




Established 3 bedroom villa in Berawa and close to all amenities in Canggu. This property is centered around an unique boat shaped pool and enjoys a tranquil rice field view. Open living and kitchen which maximizes the tropical environment, this is land value only and will sell! Call now

Title : Hak Milik Price : IDR 3,950,000,000

Contact : Zamzam + 62 (0) 821 6053 6989


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This gorgeous property sprawls across nearly 2,800 square meters, comprises of Six bedrooms, with the option to convert the movie room into another. Three master bedrooms in the main house, all with stunning en suites, One master bedroom which stands as a guest house, and another Two bedroom “family” guest house, all surrounding a 20 meter Indian granite swimming pool. Every structure in the house is made from reclaimed Teak Wood. Situated just off the main road in Kerobokan it nestles amongst a beautiful green canopy. With a kitchen that would make Gordon Ramsey break out the pots and pans and a bar and BBQ area for entertainment and parties, this Metropolis is surely one not to miss. Price: USD 1,950,000 REF RV-1054







This hard to find large beautiful modern Balinese style villa in a fantastic location in the desirable village of Banjar Kuwum in Kerobokan. Situated at the end of a quiet country lane with a view of beautiful rice terraces, this 7.5 Are freehold property has the quiet ambience of Ubud yet is only 5 minutes from Jalan Petitenget and within 10 minutes of the stylish restaurants, clubs and shopping of Seminyak, Legian and Kuta. Large 4 x 11 pool spacious garden, staff quarter, three ensuite bedrooms, office room, outdoor living and open or closed western kitchen. This is a must for the see for outdoor lover. Price: USD 530,000 REF RV-1050




PETITENGET RESIDENCE The Petitenget Residence is a peaceful oasis resting within the heart of Seminyak. Only a few footsteps away from Seminyak beach and all the hot spots to dine dance and shop. 3 minutes walk to Petitenget beach. Consisting of 2 spacious bedrooms, 2 en suite bathrooms, studio/office. New modern kitchen, with all facilities, new pool and terrace area set in a tropical garden. Easy living open style lounge area. Cool, clean and comfortable style. Price: USD 260,000 REF RV-1040



3X 2 bedroom freehold villas available together or separately in a complex in peaceful Pereranan. Set in beautiful gardens with water features and private swimming pools each villa is Balinese contemporary design and Western built. Tastefully furnished with all appliances included these villas are ready to move in or to rent out. 24 hour security is present and the location is set amongst beautiful rice fields. A short walk to world famous Echo Beach. These have been priced to sell quickly. 3.45 Are USD 245,000 4.2 Are USD 275,000 REF RV-962

Echo Beach Resort offers 9 apartments in this prestigious area which are between 90 and 150 SQM including balconies, garden and private Jacuzzi. Each residence has an individual design and innovation which delivers the perfect environment for a holiday home or permanent residence on the island of gods. All the apartments have expansive open living and dining areas with views of the world famous Echo Beach. Fully furnished and built to the highest western standards. There is a choice of management programs and there are also a choice of 3 different flexible payment schemes. Starting price from USD 260,000 REF D-144



TROPICAL VILLA IN THE HEART OF SANUR Located in Sanur, only a short drive from shops and restaurants, this fully furnished 1 storey Villa, sits on the 587sqm land. The tropical elegance of this Villa and the contemporary furniture blend with the decoration ornaments in Balinese style, resulting in cool ambiance and homey nuance. And most of all, you will take full advantage from the simple concept that will bring ease, comfort, and sophistication. The place is true oasis of peace. Price: USD 235,000 REF RV-1044

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