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BALI UPDATE #1074 - 03 April 2017

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No Crisis for Devices
Indonesian Airports Allowing Laptops to Fly After a Careful Look Over

Despite the sudden imposition of tighter restrictions on the use of laptops and electronic devices on air flights from Turkey and certain Middle Eastern countries to the USA, UK and Canada - Indonesia airports are taking a more measured response of intensifying examinations of laptops. At this time, however, no imminent plans are on tap to forbid laptops and other electronic devices on board flight operating within or departing from Indonesian.

As reported by the Jakarta Globe, the Ministry of Transportation issued its statement on Sunday, March 26, 2017, clarifying its stance on electronic devices as carry-on luggage.

Passengers flying within or from Indonesia are currently only required to remove laptops from their luggage and present them for inspection during the pre-boarding process.

All airports in Indonesia have been reminded of this requirement for inspection of laptops via a circular memorandum issued by the Ministry of Transportation.

American and European aviation officials have raised concerns that laptops and other electronic devices can be used to conceal explosives in ways that may defeat current screening protocols.

Meanwhile, many major airlines have completely banned Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Smart Phones on any flight out of fear that lithium-ion batteries used in the devices will catch fire.

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Guiliano’s Fatal KO
21-year-old German Tourist to Be Charged in Beating Death of Indonesian Man in Kuta, Bali

A 49-year Indonesian man from North Sumatra, Steven Djingga, died on Saturday, March 25, 2017, at the Sanglah General Hospital in Denpasar, four days after being struck by a German tourist in front of Paddy’s Club in Kuta.

Beritabali.com reports that the German, Guiliano Lemoine (21), struck a single blow against Djingga that knocked the Indonesia down in the early hours of Tuesday, March 21, 2017.

Giuliano Lemoine was taken into police custody at the Hotel Ixora on Thursday, March 23rd, while Djingga still clung to life in a coma.

Police say that Lemoine had entered Paddy’s Club where, together with a group of friends, they drank until they were intoxicated. A spokesman from the Kuta Police Precinct says during the drinking session Lemoine and his three friends removed their shirts because of the heat, only to be scolded by Djingga who was also drinking in the popular Kuta night spot.

A brief altercation followed that was seen by two security guards at the bar who escorted all the drinkers out of the bar.

Later, Lemoine and his companions returned to the bar and continued to drink. When Lemoine and his companions left Paddy’s for the second time, he spotted Djingga standing in front of the bar. The altercation resumed during which Lemoine fatally struck Djingga in the face.

Djingga fell, striking his head on a curb, became unconscious and began bleeding from the nose.

Djingga’s companion, Wisnu Tony, took the man to a local hospital where he was admitted to intensive care and later died on Saturday, March 25, 2017.

Attending physicians have listed the cause of the Indonesian’s death as a brain hemorrhage.

When taken into police custody, Lemoine initially denied striking the man but later confessed to the attack after being told that his victim had died.

Police are preparing to charge the German with a physical assault resulting in a fatality.

Photo: Republika


Balinese Lip Service
Balinese ‘Omed-Omedan’ Kissing Festival Leads to Romance and Marriage

On the day after Bali’s Day of Silence – Nyepi, Wednesday, March 29, 2017, the “Kissing Festival” of “Omed-Omedan” was celebrated in Banjar Kaja in the Sesetan area of South Denpasar.

Started in the 1960s, village elders insist the festival in which the unmarried men and women of the community gather to steal very public kisses from each other was started to unify the community and reunite the young people, many of whom had been away from the village in search of education.

Jro Wayan Sunaryo (67) of Banjar Kaja told NusaBali that the Omed-Omedan ceremony is both a sacred ritual and an opportunity to reacquaint young people who had been absent from the village pursuing educational goals. Sunaryo said this year’s Omed-Omedan was attended by 200 young men and 150 women, aged 17 and above.

Sunaryo said the Omed-Omedan ritual begins with prayers, a procession parading the village’s Barong (mythical lion) and then brings together the unmarried young people who begin to push and pull each other in an exchange of kisses. In a earnest effort to maintain propriety, married members of the community douse the kissing couples with cold water.

Sunaryo boasted that he could remember at least 20 couples who met during the Omed-Omedan ritual and eventually married, while others who have met in the kissing festivities are still dating.

Sunaryo said a positive outcome of Omed-Omedan is that young people from the community marry within the village, thereby ensuring the “kissing tradition” carry on into the future.

Supporting Sunaryo’s observations, I Komang Arya Wira Suriawan (23) told of how during an Omed-Omedan celebration three years ago he met his current sweetheart Putu Yunda (21).

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You Can’t Quench When There's a Stench
Water From Bali’s Mount Batur Declared Unfit for Hunan Consumption

Balipost.com reports that people living on the shores of Lake Batur in the Regency of Bangli are reluctant to use water drawn from the volcanic lake.

Recent laboratory results announced by the Regent of Bangli confirm a “Grade 2” status on the lake’s water quality – a status deemed unfit for human consumption.

A village leader from Abang Batudinding, Made Diksa, said there are still a few local residents consuming water from Lake Batur. Adding: “Among the people living in my village, no one will drink water from the lake. There are still many, however, using the lake’s water for their livestock.”

Diksa said that although livestock have shown no ill effects from drinking the water, he remains worried about the long-term impact of using the water from the contaminated lake.

Diksa hopes that the government would act soon and identify alternative sources of water for local residents, especially those too poor to secure water from other sources.

The pollution level recorded on the water at Lake Batur has prompted the government to cancel plans to draw water from the lake to be used in several surrounding villages.

Local leaders insist that in order to provide water suitable for shore side residents, the government must either process water taken from the Lake or identify alternative sources of drinking water.


Mad Dog in the Mid-Day Sun
Three Bitten by Rabid Dog in West Bali

A stray dog running amok at the Barja Market in Tabanan, West Bali inflicted bites on three shoppers – all from the Selemadeg District.

Beritabali.com reports that canine attack took place on Monday, March 27, 2017, while visitors to the market were purchasing supplies prior to the Nyepi holiday.

One of the three people bitten suffered the most serious attack when the dog refused to release its victim from its bite until a bottle was forced into the animal’s mouth to force it to open.

The animal, that died a short time after the attack, was check by a government laboratory and confirmed to be suffering from rabies.

The three people attacked by the dog must undergo anti-rabies vaccine treatment.


A Shrinking Island?
Ancient Religious Site in West Bali Threatened by Worsening Beach Erosion

The erosion of the shoreline in the village of Yehembang in Jembrana, West Bali is becoming increasingly acute.

Waves have not only damaged the sea wall erected along the shore but also now threaten the one-kilometer long road that provides access to the well-known sacred site of Pura Rambut Siwi.

Pura Luhur Rambut Siwi is located at the village of Yehembang on the Denpasar-Gilimanuk highways, 18 kilometers east of the city of Negara.

With access threatened to an important religious site, the public has been critical of the lack of government action to prevent further beach erosion and maintain seaside access via the road leading to the temple.

Beritabali.com reports that the remaining distance between the high water mark and the paved access road is only 25 centimeters. The rising seas are threatening the roadway, adjacent rice fields and private homes in the area at Subak Yehembang.

Shade trees along the side of the road have also been washed away removing a natural barrier to further beach erosion.

Raising the alarm, local residents say that if the erosion worsens even the existence of Pura Rambut Siwi and the Yehembang Community Cemetery are threatened.


It Pays to Advertise
Asia Advertising Executives to Gather in Bali for AdAsia 2017 November 8-10, 2017

Suaradewata.com and Metrobali.com report that Bali will host AdAsia 2017 November 8-20, 2017.

Held once every two years, the conference attracts advertising executives from across Asia.

The chairmen of the Indonesian Advertising Association (P3I), Haris Thajeb, and P3I-Bali, Nengah Tamba, visited Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika at his office on Friday, March 31, 2017, to brief Bali’s Chief Executive on the event and seek the Island’s blessing and support.

The Governor told the visiting advertising experts that he hopes the conference of media executives would coincidentally provide free publicity to the Island of Bali. The Governor pledged full support on a number of levels from the Province to ensure the success of the AdAsia 2017 conference.

Thajeb told the Governor that some 1,500 delegates representing 15 countries from across Asia are expected to attend the event.

Organizers revealed that President Joko Widodo has been invited to open the conference.


Nyepi for the World
Bali Experience a Peaceful Day of Silence - Neypi

The State News Agency Antara reports that Bali was very quiet on the official day of silence – Nyepi – on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.

Both Hindus and non-Hindus alike on the Island with a population of 4.3 million residents honored the traditions of Tapa Brata Penyepian that dictated people did not travel forth from their home, light no lamps or fires, refrain from work and other activities, and abstain from pleasurable pursuits form 6:00 am on March 28, 2017, until 6:00 am the following morning.

Air and seaports closed, streets were empty, rooms and businesses were shuttered, and guest and employees of hotels were sequestered for the 24-hour period.

Exemplifying the mutual respect that exists between religions in Bali, the housing complex at Monang-Maning in Bali’s capital of Denpasar that is home to some 2,500 families of varying ethnicities also went “quiet” as Hindus and non-Hindus paid homage to the rules of silence.

Busy streets that normally are hubbubs of noise were silent except for the chirping of birds.

Roads and side streets across Bali were empty except for the occasional appearance of local community guards (pacalang) who patrolled to ensure the silence of the day was not violated.

Meanwhile, domestic and foreign tourists were not allowed to leave the confines of their hotel accommodation for the entire 24-hour period.

Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport – like all other gateways to Bali – was closed during the Nyepi period. The latest observation of Nyepi – celebrated once every 210 days - represented the 18th time Bali's  Airport closed in observance of the Hindu New Year since 1999.

A total of 324 flights were cancelled during the 24-hour period.

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Not on Our Island
Bali Immigration Refuses Entry to Two Australians Listed on Australian Federal Police List of Known Pedophiles

Two Australian nationals were denied entry to Indonesia at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport by immigration authorities in two separate instances on March 17 and 18, 2017. Both passengers were sent back to Australia based on their names being listed as suspected pedophiles in information shared between Australian and Indonesian authorities.

One man, identified only by the initials MNM, was sent back to Australia on Saturday morning after landing at 9:30 pm on Jetstar JQ57 from Brisbane on Friday, March 17, 2017.

Immigration officials netted another man, identified as RJP, on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 when he landed on Jetstar JQ37 from Sydney at 10:30 pm.

Kompas.com reports that both men’s details were listed on information on known sex offenders provided to Indonesian immigration authorities by the Australian Federal Police.


After the Parade, the Clean Up
One Thousand Street Cleaners Deployed in Denpasar, Bali for Clean-up Following Pre-Nyepi Festivities

One thousand street cleaners were deployed in Bali’s capital of Denpasar on March 29, 2017 to clean away tons of debris resulting from street celebrations on “Malam Penerupukan” held the night before the Official Day of Silence-Nyepi.

As soon as the mandated period of silence ended at sunrise on March 29, 2017, employees of Denpasar’s Environmental and Cleanliness Department (DLHK) were deployed in full force to move away the detritus accumulated two nights earlier.

Prior to the Day of Silence and after street parades had finished, cleaners were deployed from 10:00 pm March 27th until 3:00 am the following morning to begin the clean-up process. Cleaning efforts were called to a halt to allow cleaners to return to their homes before the curtain of silence descended over the entire island at 6:00 am.

As reported by Balipost.com, cleaners returned to their special clean up assigned shortly after sunrise on Wednesday, March 29, 2017.

In the course of the clean up, hundreds of abandoned Ogoh-Ogoh floats were hauled away to Denpasar huge rubbish tip of TPA Suwung.


Crossing Your Tees for Charity
17th Rotary Club Bali Nusa Dua Golf Tournament, Saturday, April 15, 2017

The Rotary Club of Bali Nusa Dua is holding  the 17th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday, April 15, 2017 at the Bali National Golf Club in Nusa Dua.

The entry fee is Rp. 1.5 million net per player with non-golfing (dinner only) at Rp. 250,000 net.

Included in the player registration fee are:
  • Golf Tournament
  • Goody Bag
  • BBQ Dinner
  • Lucky Draw
  • Auction 
Trophies will be awarded to winner with additional prizes for novelty hole and “holes in one.”

Registration begins at 10:00 am on Saturday, April 15th with a shotgun start at 12:30 pm, BBQ dinner at 6:00 pm, and the prize ceremony at 7:00 pm.

Email for registration or questions.

Proceeds from the day will support the community support projects of Rotary Club Nusa Dua.
 


The Echo of Success!
Second MyWarung Location Reverberates on Echo Beach, Bali

The word on the street is that French-Canadian Chef Hugo Courdurier came to Bali to have more time to surf, but somewhere along the way culinary success got in the way.

When Chef Courdurier and his Indonesian business partner Juan Pierre Anthony opened MyWarung on Jalan Subak Sari in Canggu (near the Canggu Club), the former 3-star Michelin Chef had visions of opening a “home-style” warung serving outstanding cuisine at affordable prices in order to have an excuse to be near his other passion – surfing in Bali.

Good plan, but theses aspirations quickly went off track when word spread about Chef Hugo’s kitchen skills and the cozy “Wabi-Sabi” “imperfectly” executed interior by Indonesian architecture and design firm IdeAnonim.

Containing their success and diners’ shouts for “more! more!” MyWarung opened its second outlet at Echo Beach with plans now underway to open additional branches in Ubud and Jakarta.

But, why open the second MyWarung at the relatively “off-the-beaten-track” location of Echo Beach? No one knows for sure, but many suspect Chef Hugo demanded a location nearer a surf beach in order that he can break away from the kitchen from time to time in order to “hang ten.”

Fans of the first MyWarung on Jalan Subak Sari will find much that is familiar at the Echo Beach location, but perhaps in a more understated way.

Markedly smaller than its predecessor, MyWarung Echo Beach has the feel of a friendly neighborhood pub serving comfort food at affordable prices.

is an abbreviated version of the original, but with many MyWarung stalwarts on hand, including its signature all-day breakfast, L'Entrecôte steak and one-of-a-kind K-burger. And, exclusive to MyWarung is its indomitable “Moose Brand” blend of coffee beans roasted to perfection and served fresh every cup.

And, best of all, prices remain extremely affordable, with most mains priced between Rp. 20,000 to Rp. 75,000. The 250-gram L'Entrecôte Steak including a side of salad and double-cooked French Fries still costs Rp. 150,000. Hearty carnivores can also have a 500 gm version of the steak.

success in Bali now reverberates on Echo Beach on Jalan Batu Mejan. Open Daily 8:00 am until 10:00 pm.

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Jalan Subak Sari 80 (Near Canggu Club)
Canggu, Kuta Utara, Kab. Badung 80361 - Bali
Tel: +62-(0) 82 339 120 880

MyWarung Echo Beach
Jalan Batu Mejan 78 (Echo Beach)
Canggu, Kuta Utara, Kab. Badung 80361 - Bali
Tel: +62 (0) 82 266 029 978

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Death Due to Consumption
Australian Woman Suspected to Have Drunk Herself to Death at Seminyak Villa

A 38-year-old Cairns, Australian woman’s life came to a tragic end on Saturday evening, March 25, 2017, after she reportedly imbibed an entire bottle of imported vodka over a three-hour period.

Dead is Summa Simmonds who was staying with two female companions, aged 46 and 20, at Pepper’s Villa in Seminyak.

In the course of her drinking binge, Simmonds collapse prompting her companions to summon a doctor who was unable to revive the woman.

An external forensic examination conducted in Bali suggests the woman died of asphyxia, most probably brought on by excessive alcohol consumption.

The family of the deceased woman refused police requests to conduct a full autopsy. Simmonds body was flown home to Australia for final disposition.

There were no indications that Simmonds had consumed the local alcoholic beverage arak that is sometimes linked to fatal cases of methanol poising. Doctors also say the short time frame between the consumption of the alcoholic beverage and the woman's death were not consistent with methanol poisoning.

Police in Kuta, in the absence of an autopsy or laboratory tests, are marking the woman’s death off to alcoholic poisoning due to over-consumption of vodka.

Police have said that Ms Simmonds collapsed at her villa and that her two female friends, aged 46 and 20, tried unsuccessfully to revive her. A doctor was called to the villas but Ms Simmonds could not be revived.



New Man in Charge at Citilink Indonesia
Juliandra Nurtjahjo Named President Director for Citilink Indonesia

The Jakarta Post reports that Garuda Indonesia has appointed the head of it aircraft maintenance division, GMF Aero Asia, Juliandra Nurtjahjo, to the role of president director of its low-cost subsidiary Citilink Indonesia.

The appointment of Juliandra comes following the abrupt resignation of his predecessor, Albert Burhan, in late 2016, following the firing of a Citilink pilot for attempting to fly while reportedly under the influence of narcotics.

Juliandra has been working with Garuda for 15 years in as senior role with GMF.

GMF, under Juliandra’s leadership, booked revenues of US$57.7 million in 2016, an increase of 59.6% from the previous year.

Citilink reported US$9.7 million in losses in 2016 after turning a US3.5 million profit the previous year.

Simultaneous with the appointment of Juliandra, Citilink appointed its chief pilot, Arry Kalzaman Sudarmadji, to the role of operational director and Andy Arian who once worked with AirAsia as its commercial director.

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Clogged Drains Cause Kuta, Bali Flooding
Flash Flooding in Kuta Caused by Clogged Drains

RadarBali.com reports that on Thursday evening, March 30, 2017, the Jalan Arjuna area of Legian, Kuta in Bali suffered a flash flood that caused gridlock in the area.

The flooding to a depth of 50 centimeters of water occurred after only a brief rain shower and was blamed on clogged drainage ditches.

Anak Agung Dalem who is in charge of Public Works and Drainage (BMP) for the Regency of Badung told the press he was surprised by the sudden flooding and pledge his office would soon clear the drainage system in the area to prevent further flooding and also install additional pumping capacity.


Put This on Your Bali ‘Ice' Bucket-List
Tasting Notes: Sababay Winery’s “Moscato d’ Bali.”

One of the world’s oldest grape varietals, the Moscato grape traces its ancestral roots, quite literally, back to ancient Iran. The Moscato may be the oldest cultivated vitas vinifera grape – a classification that embraces around 90% of all grapes and found almost everywhere grapes are grown.

Bali is home to two grapes – the Alphonse Lavallée and Muscat Saint Vallier – surviving vines from a larger range introduced to the island during the Dutch colonial period.

The clever folks ar Bali's Sababay Winery are putting the muscat grapes growing in the northwest corner of Bali to excellent use by producing Moscato d'Bali - a wine of truly international quality. 

And while Sababay’s gifted French winemaker Vincent Desplat currently produces six Sababay wines for the table, it is arguably his masterful crafting of Moscato d’ Bali that is causing heads to turn in the winemaking world, winning a silver medal in Vienna at the International Wine Challenge (2015); bronze at the Singapore Wine & Spirit Awards (2014); and a “Seal of Approval” at the Japan Wine Challenge (2015).

Moscato d’Bali is a sweet firzzante bubbly wine with an alcohol content of around 8%. Grapes are processed, with a portion of the pressed juice set aside for subsequent recombination with fermented wine resulting in deliciously fruity, sparkling refreshment.

Asian palates inclined to a sweeter tastes and Australians who may have celebrated their majority with bottles of Asti Spumanti should find Moscato d'Bali's nose of white flowers, mango fruit and lemon zest a very agreeable drinking companion.

Recently, scientists have analyzed the Muscat grape and determined that the chemical linalool is responsible for what has long been termed the  “Muscat Aroma” – a scented compound resembling mint, citrus and cinnamon – that orchestrate the resulting tropical taste sensation Moscato d’Bali brings to the palate.

Adding to the convivial party taking place inside your mouth, Moscato d’Bali’s light effervescence also manages to tickle both the nose and tongue. And, while there are no hard and fast "pairing rules" for such a wine that is equally at home during any course of a meal, we recently invited this Bali vintage to a dessert party where it earned raves in combination with Pavlova, lemon meringue, mango mousse and pungent veined cheese.

But, truth be told, most anything tastes better with a glass of Moscato d’Bali in (the other) hand.

Enjoy a bottle or three on your next visit to Bali. Then bring back the legal import limit to enjoy one of the best part of your Bali holiday with friends back home.

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