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BALI UPDATE #1052 - 31 October 2016

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Loaded for Take Off
Australian Resident in Bali Apprehended While Boarding Flight with Live Rounds of Ammunition Concealed in Hand Luggage

Security officers at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport apprehended an Australian national, living in Bali on a permanent resident permit, after a pre-flight inspection of his travel bag discovered unexploded rounds of ammunition.

Now undergoing interrogation by police and customs authorities is Vasudevan Rasiah (47) who is the CEO of PT Panorama Development Utama in Klungkung, East Bali. Foreign media have also identified Rasiah as having once worked as a consultant for Schapelle Corby, the Australian, now on parole, who was sentenced to Bali’s Kerobokan prison for trying to smuggle a large quantity of marijuana into Indonesia.

Security personnel discovered six .32 caliber and five .22 caliber bullets in Rasiah’s hand luggage during the inspection process while boarding Malaysian Airline MH 714 on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.

Radarbali.com reports that once the bullets were discovered the bag and Rasiah were handed over to the Airport Security.

The possession of firearms and ammunition without an official permit is a criminal act in Indonesia.


Stuffing Your Stockings
Two Malaysian Men Nabbed at Bali Airport with an Assortment of Narcotics Concealed in Hand Bags and Socks

Customs officials at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport arrested two Malaysian tourists on Thursday, October 20, 2016, who arrived in Indonesia with 2.89 grams of methamphetamines, 15 ecstasy capsules and 70.67 grams of marijuana concealed in their socks and hand bags.

NusaBali reports that a Malaysian university student Muhammad Shahzadi Bin Shariff and tennis coach Aliff Affan Bin Azhar were arrested after undergoing a body search as they disembarked Malaysian Airline MG-851 from Kuala Lumpur at 3:45 pm. The two men were seen to be acting suspiciously causing customs officials to undertake a more thorough inspection.

The two men reportedly told investigators that they planned to use the drugs during a Bali holiday and sell a portion at nightspots in Kuta and Legian.

The two also said that on a previous holiday they purchased drugs in Bali that failed to deliver the expected “high” prompting them to bring their own narcotics to Bali on their current holiday.

The two will now be charged under Indonesian narcotics laws that carry a minimum prison term of 5 years and a maximum imprisonment of 15 years.

Each of the men can also be fined between Rp. 1 to 10 billion.


Roadside Crime
Denpasar Mayor Brands Parking Attendants Who Don’t Hand Out Parking Tickets as Corruptors

NusaBali reports that Denpasar’s Mayor, IB Rai Rai Mantra, thinks parking attendants who fail to hand out parking receipts should also be called to answer under the current nationwide crackdown on bureaucratic corruption.

The Mayor of Bali’s capital has stated that members of the public who do not receive a parking ticket should report the incident and the parking attendant to the police. According to Rai, the failure surrender a parking ticket to the driver of a vehicle is a form of illegal payment (pungli).

A member of the Denpasar House of Representative (DPD-Denpasar), AA Susruta, echoed the Mayor’s comments, adding, “If those on the side of the road do not give you a parking receipt, that is in opposition to local law and can be classified as a pungli.” 


An Underground Movement
Underpass Roadways Planned for Pesanggaran and Airport Entrance in Bali

The National Road Planning Agency (BBJN) for East Java and Bali (District VIII) has plans to build two underpasses in Bali.

The two proposed underpasses are planned for Pesanggaran and at the statue roundabout at the entrance to Bali’s airport.

Beritabali.com reports that an officials of BBPJN told a meeting of Commission III of the Bali House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali) about the plans for the two underpasses in Bali.

The official revealed that plans for the Pesanggaran underpass are facing objections from local citizens who are rejecting the feasibility study prepared for the project.

A separate feasibility study was undertaken for the underpass planned at the statue circle outside the entrance to Bali’s airport. The only problem encountered with the airport project concerns the height of the construction equipment that exceeds height restriction in areas surrounding the airport. Discussions are underway to find alternate means of constructing the underpass or working on the project only during certain hours.

The BBPJN has recommended a 2017 budget for road construction in East Java and Bali of Rp. 350 billion, slightly more than the Rp. 314 billion allocated for 2016.

Among the projects included in the 2017 budget are the widening of Jalan Iman Bonjol and the repair of 5 bridges in Bali.


And a Light Onto my Running Path
Denpasar’s Lumintang Park Now offers Night Jogging

Residents and visitors to Bali’s capital city of Denpasar can now go for an evening jog in the Lumintang City Park (Taman Kota Lumintang) following the installation of night lighting along the jogging paths.

Night jogging, preferred by many due to the cooler temperatures and cleaner air afforded those who run after sunset, can now be undertaken on lighted paths and away from the inherent dangers of jogging on motorized roadways.

As reported by Beritabali.com, the Municipal Government of Denpasar has also installed automatic drinking fountains with potable water along the jogging tracks.

Also in the Park, joggers can enjoy the spectacle of artistically lit fountains with dancing water displays and a children’s play area  for use by the kids whilst mom and dad are having a jog. 


A Cure for Fever
Indonesia Introduces Revolutionary New DBD Vaccine

Sanofi Pasteur – a multinational pharmaceutical company specializing in vaccines, has launched the world’s first vaccination against dengue fever (Deman Berdarah-DBD) – a form of hemorrhagic fever that is transmitted via mosquito bites.

Beritabali.com reports that Sanofi Pasteur’s DBD vaccine is now available at clinics and private hospitals in Indonesia. The Indonesian Drug and Food Regulation Agency (BPOM) has initially approved the use of the new vaccine for children between the age of 9 and 16 years as a precaution against the 4 serotypes of dengue fever.

The new vaccine has become available at the same time when there has been a dramatic 17% increase in DBD cases.

The last phase of safety testing for the vaccine involved 30,000 participants from 15 countries. The results showed that the new vaccine is capable of preventing the high rate of hospitalization associated with DBD with a period of effectiveness of four years.

The use of the vaccine has now been initially approved in 12 countries: Mexico, Peru, Indonesia, the Philippines, Brazil, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Paraguay, Guatemala, Thailand, Singapore, and Bolivia.

In 2015, a total of 129,000 cases of DBD were recorded in Indonesia in 2015, a number that is increasing  in 2016. 


The World’s Cops Inbound for Bali
Indonesian President to Open INTERPOL Conference in Bali November 7-10, 2016

Indonesian President Joko Widodo is scheduled to formally open the 85th General Assembly of INTERPOL to be held in Nusa Dua, Bali November 7-10, 2016.

In addition to an opening address by the Indonesian President, Indonesia’s National Chief of Police General Tito Karnavian and Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Susi Pudjiastuti are also scheduled to address the gathering of the world’s leading law enforcement officials.

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, General Karnavian will share his experience in the Indonesian fight against terrorism, while Minister Susi will share her strategies for ending illegal fishing in Indonesia and efforts to protect Indonesia’s environment.

Some 1,200 delegates from 154 member countries of INTERPOL, 10 sub-bureaus of INTERPOL, international observer organizations, exhibitors, and the foreign press coming to Bali for the conference.

The three main themes to be discussed at the conference are terrorism, organized crime, and cyber-crime.


Building Disorder
Two New Starred Hotels in Ubud In Gross Violation of Zoning Laws

The Gianyar Regency House of Representative (DPRD-Gianyar) is reportedly angry at the widespread violations of local zoning and building codes; including accommodation providers who built too close to rivers and erecting building structures that exceed maximum height restrictions.

Balipost.com reports that a joint survey team from the DPRD-Gianyar and other government agencies visited two starred hotels located on Jalan Raya Lodtunduh and Jalan Raya Andong on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.

Angered at violations they discovered at the still-unnamed hotels, the legislators are threatening to close the errant properties. The most egregious violations of building and zoning codes were found at Jalan Lodtunduh where a five-story hotel exceeds the maximum building height. The hotel, still under construction, is said to have violated the setback rules from a nearby river and violated a “no-build radius” in effect from religious temples.

The legislators have called for a detailed survey of the site and for the drawings approved in the building permit process to be compared with the actual buildings now in place. Lawmakers have promised the public via the press to apply the law without favor or prejudice and take firm action against the violators, including closing the subject projects.

The other starred hotel on Jalan Andong has also made unauthorized deviations from the building plans approved by the Regency.

Owners of both properties will soon be called to provide formal answers to their violations of zoning laws and deviations from their approved permits.


Dreaming of a White Christmas
Bali Divas and Dudes Christmas Charity Lunch on Friday, November 25, 2016

The Bali Diva Community presents The Annual Divas & Dudes Christmas Lunch for 2016 under the theme “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas” on Friday, November 25, 2016, at Merah Putih Restaurant, Jalan Petitenget no 100x Kerobokan, Denpasar, Bali starting from12:00 noon.

Proceeds from the charity lunch will aid the Bali Children Foundation and The Refugee Learning Nest.

Bali Children Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides education opportunities to over 2,300 children from disadvantaged families across Bali.

The Refugee Learning Nest is a community-based project in Java benefiting refugees through informal educational programs that include women’s literacy education, tailoring classes, and sporting activities.

The Christmas lunch, sponsored by Chandon Wines, will feature a performance by the recording artists Eva Scolaro, raffles, and auction items.

Eva Scolaro is a Bali-based singer, recording artists and footwear designer.

The price of the lunch is Ro. 400,000 per person and includes a welcoming glass of champagne and a 3-course lunch.

For luncheon ticket thru PAYPAL .

For raffle ticket through DOKU .

For more information please telephone +62-(0)361-847.5399, or email.


Kid’s Play has a Price to Pay
Australian Robert Ellis Sentenced to 15 Years for Molesting Under-Aged Girls in Bali

Robert Andrew Fiddes Ellis - a 70-year-old Australian retiree has been sentenced to 15 years behind bars and fined Rp. 2 billion after being found guilty of sexually molesting a number of under-age girls. The sentence was one year less than the 16-year sentence sought by State Prosecutors.

RadarBali.com reports that when the Court rendered its verdict and asked the Australian if he wished to appeal the verdict, he responded through a translator by asking the judge what would become of a motorcycle he gave to a person who acted as the procurer of young girls on his behalf.

The lead Judge told Ellis that the fate of the motorcycle was listed in the verdict, with the motorcycle seized by the State.

Later, Eliis’ attorney told the court they would appeal the 15-year sentence. His attorneys said the sentence was excessive given the age of the Australian, adding that while they did not expect the man to go free, a lighter sentence was called for.

Ellis’ lawyers also called on the police to bring to justice two local men who procured young girls for the Australian.

Separately, Siti Sapurah, who is an activist working on behalf of children and women in Bali said she was relieved at the verdict, citing the 15-year verdict, citing it has the longest prison term given to a pedophile since the 2002 child protection law was introduced.

Ellis escaped a punishment of a period of chemical castration, a penalty for pedophilia now possible under Indonesian law that came into effect after the crimes by Ellis were committed.


Kuta Square Transformer File
Transformer Fire at Kuta Square Near Site of 2005 Terror Attack Causes Momentary Panic Among Shoppers and Tourist

At least two loud explosions and a fire erupted at Kuta Square on Tuesday, October 25, 2016, when two electrical transformers exploded, sending shoppers and pedestrians into a short-term panic.

BaliPost.com linked the fire to a short-circuit in two transformers, situated a short distance from the location of a 2005 terrorist bombing in Bali at the former Raja’s Restaurant.

The fire that started at 10:00 am caused much smoke that was seen at a great distance did not spread to adjoining shops or cause any injuries.

The fire was brought under control a short time after the incident occurred. 


Will the Bus Go Bust?
Bali’s Trans Sarbagita Cost the Provincial Budget Rp. 18 Billion Per Year

BaliPost.com reports that the operating losses incurred by the Trans Sarbagita Bus System are extremely high. While the bus system receives government support totaling Rp. 18 billion, the annual revenue generated by the public bus service is only Rp. 2.5 billion.

The chairman of Commission III of the Provincial House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali), I Nengah Tamba, said on Tuesday, October 25, 2016: “Why do we need a budget allocation of Rp. 18 billion? This is a huge allocation in the face of the minimum use of the busses.”

Tamba said the operation and future viability of the Trans Sarbagita Bus System must be reviewed.

The Lawmaker said the main goals cited when establishing the Trans Sarbagita Bus System of easing transportation and reducing traffic congestion have not been achieved, prompting him to question if the money given to Trans Sarbagita by the province might be used to better effect is other areas.

The Trans Sarbagita Bus System commenced operations in 2011.

The service is predicted to carry a total of 870,000 passengers for all of 2016. 


Return to Glory
Bali Beach Run 2016 on December 11, 2016 to Feature a New Route and New Concept

Bali’s most anticipated beach run event returns in December 2016 with a new route and a new concept. Adopting a “Fun Run” concept minus the use of timing chips, this year’s Bali Beach Run 2016 will be more relaxed, ensuring everyone is a winner.

To be held on December 11, 2016, runners will cross the starting line at Petitenget Beach at 6:00 am and run alongside the beach before heading into Seminyak Beach. Depending on the category - 10 km, 5 km or 2.5 km, the routes will vary. Those running in the 10 km category will continue on to Double Six Beach, Padma Beach, Legian Beach and Kuta Beach before turning back in front of The Hard Rock Hotel towards the finish line at Petitenget Beach.

The 5 km Fun Run and the 2.5 km Family Run also begin and end on Petitenget Beach. Runners on the 5 km Fun Run turn back in front of The Lanai Restaurant at Double Six Beach, with the 2.5 km Family Run turning back in front of Luna Villa on Seminyak Beach towards the finish line at Petitenget Beach.

This year, the run is targeting to attract up to 5,000 participants, a large increase that saw 1,500 participants in 2013 and 2,000 participants in 2015.

This year’s event is also sponsored Nivea Sun, PUMA and Aqua.

Early bird registrations have now closed with regular registrations continuing until 8 December 2016.

For more information www.balibeachrun.com or contact PT. Trijaya Dewata at +62-(0)361- 335 0330.


Bali Ranked the 10th Best Island in the World
Bali Resorts Feature Prominently in 2016 Conde Nast Readers’ Choice Awards. Bali Ranked as10th Best Island in the World

More than 300,000 sophisticated world travelers have cast their votes in the 29th Conde Nast Travel Readers’ Choice Award Survey, picking their favorite destinations, airlines, cruise lines, cities, islands, hotels, and resorts.

Although failing to rank as high as demonstrated in past surveys, the Island of Bali and the luxurious resorts featured prominently in the 2016 results in the follow categories:

Best Island in the World

Bali ranked #10 among the best islands of the world, but did include a cautionary note to skip Kuta and Denpasar and head for the Central Bali community of Ubud.

50 Best Resorts in the World

The Mulia, Bali, Indonesia ranked #37 – the only Indonesian hotel to rank in the world’s top 50 resorts.

The World’s Best Airline

While Garuda Indonesia failed to earn a spot among Conde Nast’s best aviation companies, Singapore Airlines that offers regular flights each day to Bali was ranked as the World Best Airline.

Top Resorts in Asia

Among the resorts in Indonesia that ranked the very best in Asia, Bali predominated with:

#2 – The Mulia, Bali
#13 – Como Uma, Ubud
#14 – Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay
#18 - Nihiwatu, Sumba Island
#22 – Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort
#35 – Ritz-Carlton, Bali
#36 – Mandapa – A Ritz Carlton Reserve (Ubud)
#38 – AYANA Resort and Spa
#40 – ALILA Villas Uluwatu 


You Have the Power!
Minister of Communications and Information Proclaims Bali Has the Right to Block Online Travel Applications

On a visit to Bali, Indonesian Minister of Communications and Information (Menkominfo), Rudiantara, told Bali’s provincial leaders that if Bali truly wants to ban online transportation operators – such as Grab, UBER and GoCar, it is within the authority of the Province to ban the use of these online applications within their territory.

Quoted by Beritabali.com, Rudiantara told the press after opening the 53rd Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union in Nusa Dua on October 24, 2016: “While policy regarding transportation is under the authority of the Minister of Transportation and the Provincial Transportation office, online applications are an independent matter. That depends on whether or not the local transportation office grants permission or not.”

Rudiantara said that if the Bali’s Transportation, Communication and Information Agency (Dishubkominfo-Bali) refuses to give operational authority to GrabCar, UBER and GoCar – then Bali has the right to block on line use.

The key, said Rudiantara, lies with Bali’s Transportation, Communication and Information Agency.

Meanwhile, at variance with Rudiantara’s pronouncement, Bali’s Governor insists the legality of online transportation operators in Bali rests solely with the Central Government in Jakarta. 


Bali as a Gulag
Russian Tourist Gets 1.5 Years in Prison for Robbing a Bali Moneychanger

A 38-year-old Russian tourist, Kruikov Pavel, has been sentenced to 1.5 year in prison in his failed attempt to violently rob a roadside moneychanger on Jalan Uluwatu on Thursday, July 28, 2016.

Pavel was ruled guilty by a panel of judged for violating the Indonesian Criminal Code by committing a violent theft of PT Arta Dewata – a local money changer.

The Russian accepted the punishment that was less than the 2 years sought by Prosecutors.

In the course of the robbery, the Russian physically assaulted an employee of the moneychanger while fleeing the scene with Rp. 28.7 million.

The teller of the moneychanger pursued the Russian out the front door, pulling at the man’s clothing while shouting for assistance.

The moneychanger is located directly across from a military barrack where guards posted at the entrance responded to the woman's cries for help and subdued the thief with the robust help of local citizens.

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Doubling Down on Jero
Former Cabinet Minister and Favorite Son of Bali Jero Wacik Has Prison Sentence for Corruption Doubled to Eight Years by Supreme Court

Bali-born Jero Wacik who once served as Minister of Energy and, prior to that, as Minister of Tourism and Culture has seen his prison sentence of four years for corruption doubled to eight years by Indonesian Supreme Court.

The sentence of four years in prison, a fine of Rp. 150 million and restitution of Rp. 5.07 billion handed down on February 9, 2016, was appealed by State Prosecutors who had originally asked the court for a punishment of 9 years in prison, a fine of Rp. 350 million and restitution of Rp.18.79 billion.

After reviewing the decision through the appeal process, the Supreme Court increased the prison sentence to eight years, raised the fine to Rp. 300 million and firmly set a restitution amount of Rp. 5.07 billion. Failure to pay the fine will add 6 month’s to the sentence and failure to pay the restitution stipulated by the court will allow the court to seize Wacik’s office. If there are insufficient assets to meet the restitution an additional two years get added to the former Minister’s prison term.

The decision by the Supreme Court gives the new, heavier sentence the final full force of law with no further opportunity to appeal.

The Court found that Jero Wacik had used operational funds allocated to assist the Minister in his official duties to meeting personal and family expenses, including holiday travel, golf fees, massages, and reflexology. The Minister was also found to have paid Rp. 3 billion to the daily newspaper Indopos to write and publish praise-filled articles about his performance as a Minister that could be shared with then President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.

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In a Difficult Yoga Pose
Badung Regent Orders Halt in Construction of Yoga Center Near Tanah Lot Due to Building Permit Violations

The Badung Regency has ordered that construction stop immediately on a Yoga center nearing completion at Banjar Seseh in the village of Cemagi on Bali’s west coast.

Responding to complaints from the public, the Regent of Badung Nyoman Giri Prasta visited the location with an enforcement team on Tuesday, October 25, 2016. As the result of that survey, they found that a request for a formal building permit (IMB) was rejected in April 2016 but, despite that decision, the investor has continued to construct the Yoga Center in violation of the law.

Local villagers complain that the first floor of the structure must be demolished due to its close proximity to the Batu Bolong Temple and that the building lacks the required Balinese ornamentation.

Regency officials also cite a number of significant deviations in the approved technical drawings for the Center and the actual building now nearing completion.

According to Bali Post, Regency officials are seeking that parts of the building be demolished to bring it into conformance with the technical plans approved in the original building permit process.


Remembering a Genuine Gentleman of Travel
RIP: John Hartanto of Tedjo Express (USA) 1937 - 2016

Balidiscovery,com has learned that John Hartanto, a senior figure in Indonesian travel circles, has died in Los Angeles, California on October 21, 2016, at age 79.

Born in Semarang, Central Java in 1937, John - who was also known as Janindra Hartanto and Tan Tjonh Jan, worked in the family business of Tedjo Express in Jakarta before immigrating to the USA in the mid-1980s where he established a West Coat presence for Tedjo Express, most recently located in La Crescenta, California.

tanto will be remembered as a tireless promoter of Indonesia Travel. A compassionate and soft-spoken gentleman of the first order, John made friends for Indonesia around the world and was a fixture at major travel shows.

A funeral mass was held at St. Bedes Catholic Church in La Canada Flintridge, California with funeral arrangement under the direction of Forest Lawn, Glendale, California.


Fire on Jalan Kaya Aya
La Sicilia Restaurant in Seminyak Destroyed by Early Morning Fire

Nusa Bali reports that exploding gas tanks are blamed for an early morning fire on Saturday, October 29, 2016, that has largely destroyed the five-story La Sicilia Restaurant on Jalan Kaya Aya in Seminyak.

No injuries were reported as the result of the fire.

Security guards on duty at the restaurant heard a loud explosion from the second floor followed almost immediately by billowing smoke and a fire that quickly spread to other parts of the business. Only the first and second floors of the restaurant were in operation, with floors 3,4, and 5 still under construction.

The fire started at about 4:00 am with firefighters responding to the scene an hour later at 5:00 am. In total, nine fire trucks were counted at the scene with the fire being brought under control by 6:15 am.

Press reports state the restaurant was owned by a Spanish national, Gonzalo Azego and managed by a local man, Made Agus Darmawan.

Darmawan told police the restaurant had closed at 2:00 am, several hours prior to when the explosion and blaze took place.


Missing Pak Joop
Thousand Day Commemorative Gathering Held in Bali to Honor Joop Ave, Indonesia’s Former Minister of Tourism and Telecommunications

On Friday, October 28, 2016, a private gathering of friends and associates gathered to mark approximately 1,000 days since the death of Indonesia’s former Minister of Tourism, Post and Telecommunication who died on February 5, 2014, at age 79.

y and held at the Ramada Bintang Bali Resort in Tuban, the evening commenced with a symbolic scattering of floral tributes into the ocean, lead by members of the late Ministers extended family against a setting sun.

followed by an evening of short speeches, commemorative anecdotes and dinner attended by family, friends, and associates including the current Minister of Communications and Information, Rudiantara.

a distinguished record of public service spanning five decades working with various government departments that included Radio Republik Indonesia, the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the State Secretariat and as a long-serving member of the Indonesian Cabinet.

discovery.com sincerely thanks “Tommy” Yuli Utomo for providing Bali Update with photos from the commemorative gathering held in the memory of Joop Ave at the Ramada Bintang Bali.

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Bali Update #1007
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Bali Update #1006
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Bali Update #1005
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Bali Update #1004
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Bali Update #1003
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Bali Update #1002
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Bali Update #1001
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Bali Update #1000
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Bali Update #961
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Bali Update #960
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Bali Update #931
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Bali Update #929
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June 09, 2014

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Bali Update #925
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Bali Update #924
May 19, 2014

Bali Update #923
May 12, 2014

Bali Update #922
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Bali Update #921
April 28, 2014

Bali Update #920
April 21, 2014

Bali Update #919
April 14, 2014

Bali Update #918
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Bali Update #917
March 30, 2014

Bali Update #916
March 24, 2014

Bali Update #915
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Bali Update #914
March 10, 2014

Bali Update #913
March 03, 2014

Bali Update #912
February 24, 2014

Bali Update #911
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Bali Update #910
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Bali Update #909
February 03, 2014

Bali Update #908
January 27, 2014

Bali Update #907
January 20, 2014

Bali Update #906
January 13, 2014

Bali Update #905
January 06, 2014

Bali Update #904
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Bali Update #903
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Bali Update #902
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Bali Update #898
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Bali Update #897
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Bali Update #896
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Bali Update #895
October 28, 2013

Bali Update #894
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Bali Update #893
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Bali Update #892
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Bali Update #891
September 30, 2013

Bali Update #890
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Bali Update #889
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Bali Update #888
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Bali Update #887
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Bali Update #885
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Bali Update #884
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Bali Update #883
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Bali Update #882
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Bali Update #881
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Bali Update #880
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Bali Update #879
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Bali Update #878
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Bali Update #877
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Bali Update #876
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Bali Update #875
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Bali Update #874
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Bali Update #873
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Bali Update #871
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Bali Update #870
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Bali Update #865
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Bali Update #863
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Bali Update #862
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Bali Update #860
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Bali Update #859
February 18, 2013

Bali Update #858
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Bali Update #857
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Bali Update #856
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Bali Update #855
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Bali Update #854
January 14, 2013

Bali Update #853
January 07, 2013

Bali Update #852
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Bali Update #851
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