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BALI UPDATE #1029 - 23 May 2016

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Problems on the Surface
Jakarta Area Woman Dies after Participating in Seawalker Activity in Bali

Mariana Hartanti, a 41-year-old woman from the Jakarta suburb of Bekasi, died in Bali on Monday, May 16, 2016, shortly after surfacing from participating in a Seawalker activity at Tanjung Benoa, South Bali.

As reported by Beritabali.com, the woman had joined a Seawalker program at 1:30 pm that enabled her to walk on the bottom of the sea wearing a large brething helmet at the Basuka Dive Water Sport Center.

After about being underwater for 20 minutes the woman asked to return her to the surface. Suffering from breathing difficulties, the woman’s helmet was removed and she was given mineral water to drink. Hartanti then complained of nausea as her breathing became more labored.

The woman was rushed to the nearby Surya Husada Hospital in Nusa Dua where 15-minutes later she was pronounced dead.

The woman’s body has been sent by air to Jakarta the following day.

No autopsy was performed.


Drowning in Baliís North
German Tourist Dies While Swimming in North Bali

A 77-year-old German tourist, Hans Heinrich Meyer, staying at The Lovina in Singaraja, North Bali, died while swimming near his hotel on Thursday, May 19, 2016.

When Meyer did not return to shore while swimming, a two-hour search was launched that ended at 1:00 pm with the discovery of the German’s body.

Meyer  was found 300-meters from shore by a local boat captain, Ketut Candra.

As quoted by Beritabali.com, Candra said the Security of the Lovina Hotel notified him and asked his assistance to look for a guest who had gone missing while swimming. Upon discovery, Candra quickly brought Meyer to shore where efforts to resuscitate the man proved fruitless.

The man’s body was transported to the Paramasidhi General Hospital in Singaraja.

Meyer was staying at the hotel with a group of 28 fellow-tourists from Germany.

At the time of the incident that ended his life, Hans Meyer was traveling with his wife.

The hotel refused comment on the man’s death.

Police continue to investigate the German’s death.


Weíre Bound for Bayuwangi
Fremantle Yacht Rally to Set Sail for Banyuwangi, East Bali on May 22, 2017

The State News Agency Antara reports that the 2017 Fremantle Yacht Rally will culminate in East Java off Pantai Boom, near Banyuwangi.

Set for May 2017, the race will depart Fremantle in Western Australia on May 22, 2017, and will relocate its traditional ending point in Bali to Pantai Boom, East Java.

In a press statement issued by Ade Padmo Sarwono, Indonesian Consul General in Perth, Western Australia, it was announced that the biennale Freemantle Yacht Rally in 2017 will be joined by tens of yachts from Western Australia sailing to Indonesia.

Sarwono said the Australian yachts would anchor near Banyuwangi, East Java at a new yacht marina built to stimulate international yacht tourism to Pantai Boom and strengthen East Java’s branding as “The Sunrise of Java.”

The Fremantle Yacht Rally, once known as the Fremantle To Bali Yacht Race, was first held in 1981.

Sarwono said: "Around 40-60 sailing yachts are expected to join the 2017 event. Every boat usually carries about five people. This does not include family members who will fly in. In all, between 400 and 600 Australian tourists will come to Bayuwangi.”

The Regent of Banyuwangi warmly welcomed the news of the 2017 Fremantle to Pantai Boom Yacht Rally, saying it forms part of the region's plans to increasingly attract international events to East Java.

Prasetyo, the CEO of Pelindo Properti Indonesia (PPI) said the marina being built at Pantai Boom is scheduled for completion in February 2016. Pelindo Properti Indonesia (PPI) is a subsidiary of State-Owned PT Pelindo III – the government’s port operation company.

The new marina will be known by the name of Gili Wangi – the first marina in Indonesia dedicated exclusively to sea tourism.


Le Roi, C'est Moi
Member of Balinese Royalty Calls on Arya Wedakarna to Stop Pretending He is the King of Majapahit

Beritabali.com reports that AA Gde Benny Sutedja, a member of the Jembrana Regency Royal Family and the son of Bali’s first Governor AA Bagus Sutedja, has publicly called on Arya Wedakarna - a member of the Indonesian Senate (DPD), to stop arrogating to himself the title of King of Majapahit.

Sutedja issued his call on Wedakarna on Friday, May 20, 2016, at the launching of a book detailing the 1966 kidnapping and presumed murder of his late father.

Sutedja called on Arya Wedakarna to stop proclaiming himself as the King of Majapahit – a royal descendant of Sri Aji Kresna Kepakisan – a 14th century King of Bali, saying Wedekarna's claims of a royal bloodline is untrue.

Benny said Wedakarna must respect history, and stop re-writing history via a blatant self-designed political and public deceit.

“We must speak truly when we speak about history. Arya Wedakarna should not be claiming to be the King of Majapahit. I know his roots, I know who is his father;  stop lying to the public. If he (Arya Wedkarna) doesn't like this, he can find me in Negara in the Regency of Jembrana,” said Sutedja.

The flamboyant Arya Wedkarna has presented himself to the media and in public settings as Dr. Shri I Gusti Ngurah Arya Wedakarna Mahendradatta Wedasteraputra Suyasa III, His Royal Majesty, the King of Majapahit Bali – Sri Wilatikta Tegeh Kori Kresna Kepakisan XIX. A title he formally bestowed on himself at a regal self-coronation held in Besakih Temple in December 2009.

Wedakarna now serves as a member of the Dewan Perwakilan Daerah (Senate - DPD) from the Nationalist Party (PNI). Born in 1980, Wedakarna started his career as a teen idol cover boy in the magazine Aneka Jakarta in 1997. He is Rector of the Mahendradatta Bali University, president of The Sukarno Center and president of The Hindu Center Indonesia.

Wedakarna is listed in the Indonesian Book of Records as the “youngest person to hold the educational title of Doctor” – a degree he bestowed upon himself while serving as Rector of the Mahendradatta Bali University.


Allotting Tanah Lot
Bus Driver at Tanah Lot Attacks Man with a Knife in Parking Dispute

An argument over a parking space at the Tanah Lot Temple in West Bali has sent a bus driver to the hospital with knife wounds to his arm and stomach.

I Gusti Ngurah Adi Putra (56) is in hospital recuperating after being attacked by another bus driver, I Gusti Ngurah Ariana, in a dispute over a parking space.

Beritabali.com said the altercation took place at around 6:00 pm on Friday afternoon, May 20, 2016, when the two men argued over a space in Section 3 of Tanah Lot's parking area.

Ariana reportedly grabbed a knife form his bus and brutally attacked the weaponless Adi Putra, sending him to a hospital in nearby Tabanan.

Police have taken Ariana into custody as they continue to investigate the attack.


Abandon Ship!
Frustrated Passengers on a Citilink Flight from Bali to Surabaya Escape Parked Aircraft After a Two Hour Plus Delay

Citilink Flight QC 645 scheduled to fly from Denpasar, Bali to Surabaya on Friday, May 20, 2016, erupted into pandemonium when frustrated and frightened passengers forced the crew to open the aircraft's doors and allow them to disembark after a delay of several hours.

As reported by Suaradewata.com, QC 645 was loaded with passengers at 11:45 am, preparing for its scheduled take-off at 12:15 pm. Passengers were in their seats and waiting for push-back in order to commence taxiing when an announcement was made that take-off would be delayed due to a technical problem.

One and one-half hour after the announcement was made, the passengers were still sitting in the motionless aircraft, waiting to depart on a flight that takes approximately 45-minutes to complete.

Frustrated by the delay, several passengers approach a technician on board the grounded aircraft who reportedly blamed a disconnected cable that was preventing the aircraft engines from starting.

After a waiting on board the motionless aircraft for more than two hours, passengers became increasingly apprehensive and began to demand that they be disembarked and allowed to return to the terminal. In the end, passengers forced the cabin crew to open the plane’s door, with around 40-passengers then fleeing the parked aircraft.

Once safely back inside the terminal, passengers demanded that their ticket fares be returned. While Citilink initially rejected this request, the Airline eventually capitulated and granted full refunds so the passengers could continue their journey to Surabaya.


Waited and Weighted
Truck Drivers Continue to Oppose Government Efforts to Ban Overloaded Trucks from Baliís Roads

Drivers of overloaded goods trucks traveling between Gilimanuk and Denpasar continue to resist official efforts to enforce maximum weight limits by turning back truck exceeding official tonnage limits.

Meanwhile, the Governor of Bali remains steadfast in his desire to enforce load limits and end corrupt payment at weigh-stations. To this end, the Governor recently decreed the relocation on the Provincial Transportation Office from Denpasar to Cekik in West Bali, near the Gilimanuk ferry crossing.

Recalcitrant truck drivers are trying to retaliate and force the Government to allow their overloaded truck to travel the roads and continue to cause traffic jams and damage to bridges and road surfaces. Heavily burdened trucks are now parked in the middle of the main highway in protest of the current strict application of the law on maximum permissable laods.

DenPost reports that on Thursday, May 19, 2016, drivers were parking on the side of the road and in side streets near the weigh station, waiting for a massive backlog in queuing trucks that would force officials to suspend, at least temporarily, weight checks. As a result, hundreds of overloaded trucks were seen parked along a 3-kilomter stretch of road waiting their chance to pass the Cekik Weigh Station without inspection. These waiting lines of trucks also caused gridlock in the city of Negara.

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The Wrong Form of Address
AirAsia Incorrectly Delivers it International Inbound Passengers to the Domestic Arrival at Ballís Airport

Just days after Lion Air mistakenly disembarked inbound international passengers at the domestic terminal in Jakarta, AirAsia has managed to commit a similar mistake at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport on Monday, May 16, 2016.

The Jakarta Globe reports 47 passengers arriving in Bali from Singapore on AirAsia QZ 509 were incorrectly routed by the Airline to the domestic arrival terminal, managing to almost bypass customs and immigration checks in the process.

The oversight was confirmed by the corporate secretary of the Bali Airport Authority (PT Angkasa Pura II), Farid Indra Nugraha.

Airport security noticed the mistake and rounded up the inbound passengers put them back on a bus destined for the International Arrival Terminal where they underwent Customs and Immigration clearance.

One passenger, a New Zealand national, went through the domestic terminal and did not get his passport stamped by immigration.

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Soul Searching in Bali
Son of Baliís 1st Governor Calls for Rehabilitation of the Reputations of the Many Thousands Who Died in Aftermath of Failed 1965 Coup

Representing the Royal Family of the Jembrana Palace, A.A. Gde Benny Sutedja has asked the Central Government of Indonesia, via the Provincial Administration of Bali, to formally rehabilitate the name of Bali’s first Governor Anak Agung Bagus Sutedja.

In the view of Benny Sutedja, the former Governor and late father was a committed Soekarnoist with rumored links to the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) that werenever proven.

Speaking at the book launching of the book “The Story of the Kidnapping of Anak Agung Bagus Sutedja” on Friday. May 20, 2016, Benny said his family is also entitled to the back payment wages and pensions dating from the late Governor’s mysterious abduction early on the morning of July 29, 1966.

As reported by Metrobali.com, Benny Sutedja is calling on Jakarta to reinstate the political rights of his Father and his entire family. “A request to rehabilitate his name was put forward during the time that IB Mantra was Governor, but never received a response. It is as though Governor Sutedja was gobbled up by the wind. Nonetheless, the family of the Governor at Puri Jembrana is asking both the Provincial and Central Government to restore the good name of Anak Agung Bagus Sutedja. He was not a member of the PKI,” said Benny Sutedja.

Benny Sutedja also that his late father and all the victims of the violent 30 September Movement (Gestapu PKI) who had committed no wrong must have their good names restored. He described how these individuals have lived bitter lives, suffering unwarranted discrimination and insults. Adding: “Value these people. Respect and honor them as human beings.”

The book depicting the kidnapping of Governor Sutedja in 1966 portrays the former Governor as a visionary leader who played an important role in the development of education on the Island, including the establishment of the internationally recognized Udayana University in Bali.

The book also confirmed the historical fact that in the aftermath of the September 30, 1965 coup attempt Bali became the scene of the most violent outbreaks of public killings in the history of Indonesia, followed by Central Java and East Java. The book relates that many people in Bali were abducted and taken to remote locations to be killed, with an estimated 80,000 to 100,000 victims of summary executions. In some instances, he said, the victims were dragged from there homes to be executed before wives and children on their doorways.

The book asserts that one of the backers of the PKI in Bali, I Gede Puger, was publicly killed and horribly mutilated by Army Commandos (RPKAD) in Kapal, Mengwi on December 16, 1966.


On the Roll in Bali
Westin Resort Nusa Dua Conducts Family Sushi Making Classes Every Thursday

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali is presenting Family Sushi Making Classes every Thursday at 10:30 am at the Hambe Japanese Restaurant.

The class provides an introduction to sushi making – a culinary tradition considered an art form in Japan. Participants will learn how to make three different sushi specialties including a California roll, hand roll and a free-style roll that encourages individual creativity.

Class participants are welcomed on arrival with a customary cup of green tea and an “Oshibori” - a refreshing hand towel. Aprons and hats are distributed together with instructions on the basics steps involved in sushi making and cooking rice in a way suitable the recipes presented.

At work stations participants will practice sushi-rolling techniques and learn how to create a free style roll. A prize of a complimentary dessert will be awarded to the most innovative sushi maker of the day.

The final part of the training session deals with knife skills and learning how to cut the rolls into even-sized portions. As Japanese cuisine not only focuses on taste but also visual appeal, essential pointers are given on how to attractively arrange these wholesome sushi bites on a plate.

Upon completion, every participant receives a delicious bento box lunch paired with green tea.

The Family Sushi Making Class is priced at just Rp. 550,000 net per person with a minimum of four participants. Class sizes are purposely kept small to ensure quality of instruction.

To book or obtain more information telephone +62-(0) 361 771906 or Email 


Retaliation or Cost Saving
Lion Air Suspends 227 Flights Over One Month Period

The Jakarta Globe reports that Lion Air has suddenly shut down 93 domestic and 2 international flights shortly after sanctions and reprimands were imposed by the Ministry of Transportation for a failure by the Airline’s ground handler that resulted in the delivery of international passengers to a domestic terminal.

The Transportation Ministry gave Lion Air a five-day suspension on their entire ground handling operations and, following a wildcat strike by the Airline’s pilots, forbade Lion Air from launching any new domestic routes for a period of five months.

Whether Lion Air’s cancellation was a matter of pique or a tactical ploy to reduce operating costs in during a traditionally low season remains a matter of strong conjecture in the national transportation sector.

Lion Air announced it would cancel for 30 days a total of 217 flights covering 93 domestic routes and 10 flights on two international routes.

The shutdown will be in effect for 30 days from May 18, 2016.

Lion Air is refunding passenger tickets affected by the temporary flight suspension.

Meanwhile, the Transportation Ministry has warned Lion Air that if the suspended flights are not resumed by June 18th at the latest, the routes will be taken away from the airline and offered to competing carriers.

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In Xanadu
Australian Property Developer Sent to Jail in Bali for Property Fraud

A 58-year-old Australian, Eric Bevan Gillet, has been sentenced to two years in prison in Bali for his involvement in property fraud causing losses estimated at Rp. 6.7 billion to I Ketut Semadi and Tommy Comerford.

The State News Agency Antara reports that the Denpasar District Court ruled on Thursday, May 19, 2016, that Gillet had been provenbeyong doubt to have committed property fraud, handing down a sentence less than the 3.5 years sought by State Prosecutors.

The Court Found that the crime took place in 2013 when Gillet offered to build Villa Xanadu on Jalan Dewi Saraswati in Seminyak, Kuta.

Gillet reportedly planned to build 10 villas, replete with all required permits and deeds for the two victims. One of the villas was to be sold for Rp.1.8 billion with the remaining 9 villas sold at Rp. 15.5 billion.

In order that the project could commence, the two victims paid Rp. 6.7 billion to Gillet.

The villas built by Gillet were not "as advertised" by Gillet, did not have the required building permits and were standing on land of uncertain title.

Semadi and Comerford eventually reported the case to the police who investigated the facts and referred Gillet to prosecutors for trial.


Avoiding Mayhem and Disaster
Bali Officials Study Disaster Mitigation In Darwin, Australia

The Province of Bali and the Australian Government are strengthening cooperation in crisis management and dealing with the traumatic after-effects of natural disasters and terrorist acts.

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, a spokesperson for the Province confirmed that the Darwin-based National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre (NCCTRC) invited Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika to visit Australia’s Northern Territory to discuss disaster management.

According to Bali Provincial sources, the proposed trip to Australia was paid in full by the NCCTRC.

Joining Pastika on the trip to Darwin was the Chairman of the Bali House of Representatives (DPRD-Bali), I Nyoman Adi Wiryatama; the Head of the Udayana 9th Military Command, Brigadier General I Made Sumantra; the CEO of the Sanglah General Hospital, I Nengah Kuning Atmajaya; and the head of Bali’s Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD), Dewa Made Indra.

The two-day working visit to Darwin took place May 17-18, 2016.

During the visit, the high-level Bali delegation also met with the Northern Territory’s Attorney General, Minister for Justice and Minister for Health John Elferink; and the Territorial Chief Executive Officer of the Northern Territory Department of Health Professor Len Notaris.

The group, accompanied by the Australian Consul-General in Bali, paid visits on the Northern Territory Police, Fire Emergency Service; the Royal Darwin Hospital; and the Australia Defense Force Operations.

Governor Pastika also met with the Chief of Police for the Northern Territory, the chairman of the Territorial Parliament and the Governor of the Northern Territory.


The Indonesian Tourism Bucket List
TripAdvisor 2016 List of Most Popular Tourism Landmarks Dominated by Bali

TripAdvisor has named its 2016 list of the 10 most popular landmarks in Indonesia.

As published by detiktravel.com, the 10 most iconic locations for both domestic and international tourists in Indonesia were selected for the their unique cultural characteristics.

6 of the ten most popular Indonesian landmarks on the TripAdvisor list are in Bali, a destination that remains the most popular island destination in Indonesia and the region.

TripAdvisor’s list of Indonesia’s top tourism landmarks:
  1. Pura Tanah Lot, West Bali
  2. Candi Borobudur, Borobudur, Central Java
  3. Candi Prambanan, Prambanan, Central Java
  4. Pura Uluwatu, Pecatu, Bali
  5. Tirta Gangga Royal Baths, Karangasem, Bali
  6. Sunken USS Liberty Shipwreck, Tulamben, Bali
  7. Agung Baiturrahman Mosque, Banda Aceh
  8. Pura Tirta Empul, Tampaksiring, Bali
  9. Carmel Monastery Lembang, West Java
  10.  Pura Lempuyang, Bali


Ate Like Primate
Bali Zoo Offers Breakfast with the Orangutan

Bali Zoo now offers a unique holiday experience of breakfast with the orangutans.

A first in Indonesia, guest enjoying the first meal of the day with the Bali Zoo’s gregarious orangutans will be picked up at their hotel at 7:00 am to be whisked to the zoo, locateD just north of Bali’s capital city of Denpasar.

Upon arrival at the Bali Zoo, guests will be taken directly to the Sumatran Buffalo House where breakfast is served with 3-4 orangutans joining the morning feast. The delicious breakfast includes seasonal fruits, vegetable or fruit juice, fresh-baked breads served with butter and an assortment of jams. The breakfast entrées range from Eggs Benedict, homemade Granola or Nasi Kuning. To open the eyes, guests can enjoy an endless flow of Balinese coffee or English breakfast tea.

After breakfast, linger to feed the elephants, have your picture taken with a noisy gibbon and feed the birds before taking a grand tour of the Bali Zoo.

To Book a Morning Bali Zoo Tour including breakfast with the orangutans  Email 


Stop Only Outside of the Box
Denpasar, Bali Police Introducing Yellow Box Junctions to Reduce Traffic Gridlock

Some 32 traffic intersections in and around Bali’s capital have undergone a minor transformation with the installation of Yellow Box Junctions.

Just a few of the intersections with the criss-cross of yellow lines now in place are Kamboja-Hayam Wuruk, Nusa Indah-WR Supratman, Nusa Indah-Kecubung and Simpang Gatsu.

But many motorists still remain confused as to the purpose and function of the new Yellow Box Junction.

As reported by NusaBali, the chief of traffic control of the Denpasar Transportation Office, Nyoman Sustiawan, confirmed that the new Yellow Box Junctions began being installed in April 2016. Their function, he explained, is to reduce the occurrence of gridlock at busy intersections.

The traffic boss said the actual use of the Yellow Box Junction is still being socialized to the public.

The yellow boxes and diagonal lines mark the area of the intersection where it is forbidden for vehicles to come to a complete stop. To avoid this happening, motorists are obliged not to enter a yellow box junction area unless the way is clear and they are absolutely certain to be able to pass through without stopping. This prohibition operates independently of whether or not the traffic light is showing yellow or green at the time a vehicle enters the intersection.

While police are postponing, at least initially, enforcement of the rules related to Yellow Box Junctions, eventually being caught with a vehicle standing in the demarcation area will subject the driver to a maximum penalty of Rp. 500,000 or two months in jail.

Nationally, the Yellow Box Junction system is being introduced in major cities across Indonesia, including Denpasar, Jakarta and Surabaya.


Just a Month Away
Bali and Beyond Travel Fair in Final Count Down to Opening on June 22, 2016

The chairman of the Bali and Beyond Travel Fair 2016 (BBTF-2016), I Ketut Ardana, has announced that the Indonesian destination of Tana Toraja in South Sulawesi will be an “honored destination” at this year's BBTF to take place June 22-26, 2016 at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC).

In 2015, BBTF showcased 176 tourism operators, a number targeted to increase to 225 in 2016. Represented will be Indonesia hotels, tour companies, tourism attractions, government tourism promotion bodies and transportation providers.

The organizers advise that more than 300 buyers from 42 countries have registered, with more registrations expected in the final month before the event.”

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, Ardana said, “Preparations for the Bali and Beyond Travel Fair are now 80% complete.”

The Indonesian Minister of Tourism, Arief Yahya, is targeting for the BBTF-2016 to generate Rp. 9.3 trillion in tourism transactions, an increase of 43% from the Rp. 5.2 trillion achieved in 2015.

BBTF-2016 has embraced the theme of "Where the World Comes to Meet."

The Bali travel fair will focus on three travel sectors” Leisure, MICE (Meeting Incentive, Conference and Exhibition) and special interest travel. Included in the category of special interest travel are: weddings, anniversaries, spa and wellness, sports and adventure, healing and medical tourism, event organizers, tour operators, religious tourism and halal tourism.


And if Dreams Come True . . .
Join an Enchanted Day to Teach Children How to Make Fairy Houses on Sunday, May 29, 2016 at Trans Resort Bali

A 15-year-old author and expert on how to handcraft miniature fairy houses will be conducting a fun-raising and fund-raising day for children and their parents in Bali eager to learn more about the magical world of fairy fantasy and the secrets of constructing their special abodes.



In cooperation with the Trans Resort Bali, Samatha Welbourne will preside over an “Enchanted Fairy Day” on Sunday, May 29, 2016 with two classes scheduled at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm.

The event will include practical hands-on lessons on how to construct miniature enchanted fairy houses intermixed with a range of “fairy activities” certain to delight. A typical fairy house constructed during the session will include a tiny moss rock, red mushroom, tiny tables and chairs, a pebble path and a fairy letterbox.



Other activities planned on the enchanted day include fairy face painting, fairy tales, and fairy floss. Raffle tickets will be on sales with the winner receiving a copy of the craft book “How to Make Fairy Houses,” a fairy house kit, private lessons with Samara Welbourne and a handcrafted fairy figurine from Byron Bay, Australia.



The cost of participating in the Enchanted Fairy Day and following a fairy house session is Rp. 300,000 - payable at the Trans Resort Bali in Seminyak.

For bookings and more information telephone +62-(0)8121 8954 762.

At the request of Samara, all proceeds from the fairy house classes will be allocated to support a client of the Puspadi Bali Foundation, Darma.

Darma is a single father, paralyzed since falling from a jackfruit tree 3 years ago. While Puspadi Foundation has already provided support to Darma and his 13-year-old son, Made, including housing and a wheelchair, fund raising is now underway to purchase a customized motorcycle to allow Darma to ferry his son to school each day. Deeply committed to his father, Made dropped out of school at age 9 to look after his paralyzed father.



The Father and Son team live in the remote foothills of Mt Agung where the Puspasi Foundation has built a simple home and provide medical and rehabilitative therapies for Darma.

Samara’s current goal is to raise Rp. 9 million to purchase a modified motorcycle that will permit Darma to operate the vehicle.


Pre-Dawn Fatal Crash
Melbourne Man Dies in Collision with Rubbish Truck

A 43-year-old Australian man, Adrian L. Newton, died in a motorcycle accident on Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai, near Suwung, in the early hours of Tuesday, May 17, 2016.

Newton, who worked as a fireman in Melbourne, Australia, was driving a motorcycle when he struck a garbage truck at 4:30 am that had turned into his path in the process of making a U-turn on the roadway.

Newton and his motorcycle were dragged several meters by the large rubbish truck, killing the Australian on the scene with injuries to the man’s head, back and arms.


A Royal Obligation to Serve
Denpasar King Seized by Prosecutors to Begin Serving a 2.5 Year Prison Sentence for Fraud

A royal fugitive from the law was arrested at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport on Friday, May 20, 2016, as he disembarked Lion Air Flight JT 034 from Jakarta at 7:00 am.

Now under arrest is the 68-year-old 9th King of Denpasar, Ida Tjokorda Ngurah Mayun Samirana who was taken into custody by State Prosecutors who seized the aging Raja and placed him in handcuffs as he disembarked the airplane.

The arrest comes after a Supreme Court ruling issued on January 15, 2014, affirming earlier decisions handed down in the Denpasar High Court and Denpasar District Court in a case that saw Samirana declared guilty of fraud in a land transaction. In reviewing an appeal lodged by the King, the Supreme Court also added an additional half-year to the original 2-year sentence handed down by the lower courts.

The King of Denpasar went into hiding for more than a year, staying in hotels and apartment in Jakarta ostensibly to seek medical treatment while he sought to file additional appeals to the verdict sending him to prison.

The case of land fraud dates from 2006 when Cok Samarina sold 10-hectares of Royal land in Denpasar to which he did not hold sole title.

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Something Fishy Going On
Two Celebrity Chefs Join Forces for a Lunchtime Seafood Fest in Ubud on Friday, May 27, 2016

Add a generous helping of Jamie Oliver’s favorite seafood superhero Bart Van Olphen, together in a mixture with Indonesia’s Ambonese Chef Bara Pattaridjawane and the end result will be a lunchtime event to be long remembered in Ubud, Bali on Friday, May 27, 2016.

The two photogenic TV chefs will engage in a culinary smack down on that date when Maluku meets Netherlands at the Casa Luna for lunch.

Bart van Olphen wants people to enjoy good fish, without wreaking havoc on the planet. Best mates with Jamie Oliver, Bart is the star of his YouTube hit, Bart’s Fish Tales, which has racked up hundreds of thousands of views. The series follows the passionate chef in his mission to cook fresh, sustainably sourced seafood, while also raising awareness of the challenges facing the fishing industry.



Chef Bara Pattaridjawane is a familiar face among Indonesian food lovers as host of The Nougat cooking show on Trans TV, and more recently as a judge on Junior Masterchef Indonesia. He has published many cookbooks and founded GulaGoela – a delivery service for homemade sweets.

Part of the Ubud Food Festival, the fun starts at 12 noon on Friday, May 27, 2016 at the Casa Luna on Ubud’s High Street.

Cost of participation is only Rp. 250,000 per person and advance reservations are essential to avoid disappointment.

For more Information

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Showdown Ahead?
Groundswell of Opposition to Benoa Bay Reclamation Grows with Long March Through Downtown Denpasar on Sunday, May 22, 2016

Another Mass demonstration in opposition to the reclamation of Benoa Bay took place on Sunday, May 22, 2016 in the form of a 5-kilometer long march from along Jalan Iman Bonjol, Jalan Thamrin, Jalan Gadjah Mada, Jalan Udayana, Jalan Sutoyo and the Catur Muka Monument opposite the Governor’s residence.

With numbers estimated in the thousands by Bali Post and tens of thousands by DenPost, protestors dressed almost uniformly in traditional dress carried banners and ForBali flags protesting the planned reclamation of Benoa Bay.

In all, 105 local communities or banjars participated in the long march.

At the Catur Muka Monument in the very heart of Denpasar, village leaders read declarations rejecting the reclamation. Spirited orations against the project were also delivered by the chairman of ForBali Wayan Gendo Suardana, Ida Cokorda Pemecutan XI of the Royal Pemecutan Palace, and other community leaders.

Prayers were also offered by high priests of the Hindu religion seeking the Almighty’s support in the battle to prevent a project that is seen by leading members of the religious community as threatening areas considered sacred by the Balinese.

Protestors voiced their anger that in the face of unprecedented opposition by Balinese communities across the island, the President, Governor and other elected representatives on the provincial and national level have remained silent in the face of calls demanding the revocation of the reclamation project by PT Tirta Wahana Bali Internasional (PT TWBI), a company backed by Indonesian businessman Tomy Winata.


 
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