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BALI UPDATE #1050 - 17 October 2016

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Forming a Posse
Bali Provincial Transport Officials Vow to Work with Local Drivers to Close Down Online Transport Operators

The new head of the Transportation, Communication and Information Bureau for the Province of Bali (Kasdishub Kominfor-Bali), A.A. Ngurah Sudarsana, has invited the Alliance of Bali Transport Drivers (Alstar-Bali) to join forces with government enforcement officers in implementing a decision by Bali’s Governor to stop the operations of GrabCar, Uber and GoCar in Bali.

Quoted by Beritabali.com, Sudarsana said on Monday, October 11, 2016: “Online transportation is a virus. I invite my friends from the Alliance (Alstar-Bali) to designate a number of strategic areas where our officers can undertake an operation. The point is that our bureau is ready at any time and place to take action against (illegal) online transport operators.”

Sudarsana said special enforcement teams are being formed to move against illegal online transport operators.

The Governor of Bali issued a decision on February 26, 2016, outlawing the operation of online transportation operators including Uber, GrabCar and GoCar.

The online transport operators are also accused of violating Transportation Minister Decree No. 32 that requires they open a branch office in Bali and legally register as a business as required by law.

Alstar-Bali is also calling on the Provincial Government in Bali to block the websites used by the online transport operators, emulating a ban recently introduced by the Surabaya Government.

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Destination Bali, Not Brisbane
Thai Airways Flight Bound for Brisbane Makes an Unscheduled Emergency Landing in Bali

The Bangkok Post and Newscom.au report that Thai Airways flight TG 473 flying from Bangkok to Brisbane diverted and made an emergency landing at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International airport on Tuesday, October 11, 2016, after developing “an oil pressure issue” on its right engine.

The plane reportedly dumped excess fuel into the ocean before making a hard but otherwise uneventful landing in Bali.

The plane, a Boeing 787-B was carrying 264 passengers when it landed in Bali.

All passengers were accommodated at the Airline’s expense in local hotels before boarding the repaired airplane and continuing to fly to Brisbane some 36 hours after their unscheduled landing time.


Stranded in the Straits
Java to Bali Ferry Runs Aground at Gilimanuk.

The KMP Munic III, a car and passengers ferry sailing from Katapang, East Java to Gilimanuk in Bali, ran aground in shallow waters off Bali’s west coast on Tuesday, October 11, 2016.

As reported by NusaBali, once on top of the shoal,  the ship could not reverse off its grounding necessitating, its passengers be transferred to another vessel and brought ashore at Gilimanuk.

The Munic III left Ketapang, Banyuwangi at 04:33 am carrying 48 passengers, 23 crew, 6 pick up trucks, 2 motorcycles, 1 bus and 1 sedan. The ship, captained by Eko Marta, arrived outside the port of Gilimanuk at around 5:30 am, waiting its turn to berth and disembark its passengers. While maneuvering to approach the pier, the ship was pushed by strong currents ran aground some 300 meters from shore in a lowering tide.

The ferry waited for a rising tide while it disembarked its 48 passengers at 6:40 am, with the assistance of ships from the Water Police and the Indonesian Navy. The evacuation process required two hours.

No injuries were reported in the incident.

Efforts continued after the evacuation to pull the ship off the shoal using tug boats.


The Bridge with the Missing Bolts
Avoid Jalan Gatot Subroto from Tohpati to Ubung in Denpasar, Bali

A major two-lane bridge over the Ayung River on one of Bali’s busiest roadways of Jalan Gatot Subroto has been partially closed after large piece of asphalt came loose on the bridge’s roadway.

The damage to the road and the uneven, rolling characteristic of the road surface has prompted officials to close one lane of the bridge to all traffic.

Made Cana, in charge of roads in Denpasar, quoted by DenPost on Monday, October 10, 2016, said: “Our check showed there were three bolts (on the steel bridge structure) that had come loose. I am still investigating whether they came loose or broke off.”

Cana said repair of the roadway that connects Denpasar to Bali ‘s western north-south highway is being coordinated with the relevant agencies. Adding: “In the meantime, we are using only half of the roadways. Hopefully, the bridge won’t fall down.”

The officials said repairs on the bridge would require more than one week.

As a result of the closure and the diversion of vehicular traffic to smaller side roads, traffic has become severely congested with gridlock reported in many surrounding areas of East Denpasar.

Police are working to divert traffic, especially heavy trucks, from using the remaining one-lane of the damaged bridge. The vehicle still traveling over the bridge must endure long waits as traffic is allowed to pass in alternating single-file streams with vehicles strictly forbidden from stopping while on the bridge. Long traffic lines are reported on Jalan WR Supratman.

Traffic has been lined up from Mapolda Bali in Kereneng to the intersection of Jalan Bypass in Tohpati.

Gridlock was also reported on Jalan Nangka, Jalan Padma, Jalan Seroja, Jalan Trengguli, Jalan Trenggana, Jalan Siulan, and Jalan Sulatri.

Meanwhile, many Bali residents are asking officials how a bridge that underwent major repairs and renovations only a few years ago is already unsafe and unusable. Suggestions have also been made for traffic authorities to post notice boards in various location suggesting alternate roads that can be used until bridge repairs are completed.


Stuck in Bali Traffic
Expect Traffic Delays on Jalan Raya Canggu at Jalan Pantai Berawa Intersection

DenPost reports that those traveling between Bali's popular temple and tourist attraction of Tanah Lot and North Kuta are encountering severe traffic delays caused by heavy construction equipent parked on Jalan Raya Canggu at the Jalan Pantai Brawa Intersection.

The construction equipment, that has effectively narrowed the roadway’s width, is being used for work on the Public Water System (PDAM).

Traffic congestion is said to be most acute between 7:30 – 9:30 from the direction of Tanah Lot lining up for more than one kilometer. While the road is busy in normal times, the presence of the construction equipment along the side of the road has made a bad traffic situation even worse.

Police from the North Kuta Police Precinct have placed policemen in the area in an effort to direct traffic flows.

While work on the water project takes place at low traffic periods during nighttime hours, the equipment is left on one lane of the road, narrowing the busy road to only one lane to serve the heavy traffic from both directions.

Police say they are seeking cooperation from the construction crew to limit disturbance to the movement of traffic.

Police from North Kuta there are no plans to establish traffic detours around the affected area.

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Wet Paint!
Ngerebeg Ritual at Tegalalang Seeks to Stave Off Evil by Painting Local Boys and Teenagers

Hundreds of villagers from Tegalalang in the Regency of Gianyar celebrated the largely local festival of Ngerebeg on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 – a day designated on the Balinese calendar as Buda Kliwon Pahang.

Held at the Duur Bingin Temple in Tegalalang, this event unique is held once every Balinese year (once every six months) to seek safety and protection for the villagers.

d by NusaBali, the traditional head of Tegalalang, I Made Jaya Kusuma, explained that the Ngerebeg ceremony can neutralize negative influences in the community. Tradition dictates that participants decorate their bodies in a way that will evoke fear and awe – appearing as magical spirits that are believed to take up temporary possession of their bodies. Offerings are made during this ceremony in order to appease evil spirits who might otherwise disturb the community’s tranquility.

Local lore tells of a village man who became angry with children participating in the ritual and grabbed their decorative penjor. A short time later, the man who interfered with the ritual was injured in a traffic accident, strengthening the belief that otherworldly spirits descend during the ritual to occupy the bodies and souls of the celebrants.

Ngerebeg ritual is preceded by a cleansing ceremony held at the Duur Bingin Temple. This is followed by paica alit where the faithful request and consume a meal of lawar served on the Temple’s grounds. The meal is followed a parade through the village, dominated by children and teenage boys, with brightly painted torsos and faces.

During the parade, village elders place sacred offerings at every village temple and the local cemetery as the parade passes before returning to Pura Duur Bingin after following a parade route estimated at 6 kilometers in length.


Keeping Jimbaran Clean
Rp. 5 million Fines for People Who Discard Trash in Jimbaran Area of Bali

Tired with local citizens who throw rubbish on the side of the road and streets, the district and village chiefs of Jimbaran are posting signs warning of very sizeable fines that await those caught littering in the area.

As reported by DenPost, Jimbaran, located a short distance from Bali’s Airport, will enforce district rules and impose fines of up to Rp. 5 million for those caught discarding their trash outside designate trash collection points.

Ketut Rimbawan, announced the plans to impose the significant fines to the press on Tuesday, October 11, 2016. The signs were recently installed following a community-wide clean up of discarded trash in order to keep the Jimbaran community clean.

Jimbaran enforcement officials have introduced patrols and surveillance efforts to catch those who try to surreptitiously throw trash out along the roadside.


When He Begins the Beguine
International Singing Sensation Julio Inglesias to Sing at Nusa Dua, Bali - Saturday, November 12, 2016

International singing star Julio Iglesias will perform on November 12, 2016, as part of the Nusa Dua Fiesta in Bali.

The 73-year-old Spanish singer has sold 300 million records in 14 languages,  making him one of the top-selling recording artists of all time worldwide.

The Nusa Dua Fiesta, now in its 20th year, will be held on the southernmost peninsula at Nusa Dua forms one stop on the current “Julio Iglesias World Tour.”

Manager and organizers of the Bali appearance said Bali will be the sole Asian stop on Inglesias’ tour. Organizers believe the dramatic setting of a seaside concert by the Spanish crooner known for his romantic ballads is the ideal setting for the coming concert.

“We are not going to miss the aesthetics of the waves and wind with this location. Amidst the peninsula is a stage, so the audience will get to enjoy Julio’s concert as well as the nature around them,” said Iko Wisprantoko, of TransEvent to The Jakarta Globe.

The concert is a collaborative effort by TransEvent, Sony Music and the Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC).

Among some of Inglesias platinum and Gold his include Amor, When You Tell Me That You Love Me and To All The Girls I’ve Loved Before.

Tickets for the Saturday, November 12, 2016, concert will be available fromTicket.com, Rajakarcis.com and Loket.com.

Platinum ticket prices are Rp. 3.5 million, Gold Rp. 2 million and Silver Rp. 1 million.


Above it All!
Governor Urges Bali Build Flyovers to Overcome Traffic Gridlock

Despite the introduction of the 12-kilometer- long toll road connecting Sanur and Nusa Dua, traffic congestion in Bali remains a major issue. The online traffic system WAZE recently cited Bali’s capital of Denpasar as the worst city in Indonesia for traffic, at the same time ranking it among the worst places to drive in the world.

Easy credit for new cars and motorcycles, the high number of cars visiting from neighboring Java and a lack of new paved roads are prompting the government to look for innovative solutions to Bali’s growing problem of gridlock.

Two areas marked for urgent attention is the busy intersection of Tohpati near Sanur and the six-way intersection (Simpang Enam) on Jalan Teuku Umar in downtown Denpasar.

As reported by Beritabali.com, Governor Pastika is lobbying for the construction of flyovers to speed traffic over and through the congested areas of Bali. Governor Made Mangku Pastika told a meeting convened of public works and roadway officials in his office on Thursday, October 13, 2016, that flyovers are a more economical alternative to building underpasses, such as that constructed at the Dewa Ruci Statue in Kuta. Moreover, according to Pastika, flyovers are not at risk of flooding during periods of heavy rain.

Explained Pastika: “As far as I know, the cost of making an underpass is three times that of constructing a flyover. When making underpasses, the construction also takes longer to complete, it’s technically more complicated,and  it’s at risk of flooding. Let's calculated the savings available by constructing flyovers.”

The Governor prays that the many needed road improvements in Bali do not become bogged down in political bickering.


Charity as a Stretch
Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali hosts Family Yoga Session on the Beach for UNICEF on Sunday, November 27, 2016.

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali is hosting another UNICEF Check Out For Children charity event with a new twist…and a stretch…and a bit of balance.

Departing from its normal programs of fund-raising concerts featuring stars from the music industry, this year the Resort is featuring an uplifting session of Beach Family Yoga.

The Beach Family Yoga event will be held on Sunday, November 27, 2016, starting at 4:00 pm on the white sand beach overlooking the picturesque Indian Ocean. Conducted by the Resort’s resident Wellness Specialist Jitendra Pokhriyal, from the Indian birthplace of Yoga, Jitendra is a highly experienced practitioner in a range of lifestyle practices, including meditation.

For a fee of just Rp 150,000 per person, participants will receive a takeaway water bottle and participate in an hour-long session of yoga. This will involve gentle stretching and synchronized breathing exercises to promote physical and spiritual well-being. Mineral water and healthy SuperFoodsRX refreshment will also be available for all Bali Family Yoga day participants.

Adding to the experience will be lively entertainment, interactive food stalls and a fully supervised kid’s corner to keep children occupied. In addition, there will be lucky draws throughout the afternoon and a silent auction with bids being taken for an exceptional array of giveaways.

With the theme “Shining Bright for 20 Years & Beyond”, this inspiring event celebrates the resort’s ongoing commitment to the UNICEF and its Check Out For Children program. All proceeds raised will aid UNICEF funding of programs to provide clean water and better hygiene for children in developing countries. UNICEF estimates that 1,400 children die each day from diseases caused by dirty water and poor sanitation, the partnership has committed to provide all children, everywhere in Asia Pacific, with access to clean water and basic sanitation.

For more information Email or telephone the Resort at ++62-(0)361-771906


Aborted Landing
Bali Airport Closes for 1.5 Hours to Make Emergency Runway Repairs

Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport was forced, once again, to close for 1.5 hours on Friday, October 14, 2016, to undertake emergency repairs on the runway’s asphalt.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, the general manager of PT Angkasa Pura I. the airport’s management authority, I Gusti Ngurah Rai Yanus Suprayogi, confirmed that the airport resumed operations at 9:30 am on Friday.

During the 1.5-hour period in which repairs were undertaken, a total of 35 domestic and international flights were affected. 11 domestic departures and 11 domestic arrivals, while 6 international departures and 6 international arrivals were forced to change their published schedules.

A routine 5:00 am inspection of the runway revealed a 18 x 25-centimeter hole in the asphalt covering the runway with a depth of 5 centimeters.

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Baksheesh Relief?
Special Team Formed to Battle Illegal Kickbacks Paid to Bali Police

As a follow-up to special teams established by Indonesian President Joko Widodo to fight corruption in the public sector and an operation by the Ministry of Transport to catch “red-handed” officials seeking corrupt payments, the Bali Police have pledged clean out corrupt police officers in their Bali ranks.

Metrobali.com quotes the Chief of the Bali Police, Inspector General Sugeng Priyanto, who told the press on Friday, October 14, 2016: “A special team in the Bali Police Command has been established to fight corrupt payments (pungli). The team will focus on services provide by the police in handling vehicle titles (BPKB), drivers licenses (SIM), license plates certification (STNK), letters of good conduct (SKCK) and all services to the public provided by the police.”

General Priyanto said that while he has yet to receive any formal reports about corrupt practices among the Bali Police, he has no reluctance to move against any officer involved in corrupt payments.

The Chief of the Bali Police told the press he had yet to receive a report on two employees at the Vehicle Registration Office (SAMSAT) office in Renon who were reportedly caught in the act of seeking kickbacks on Thursday, October 13, 2016. Adding: “I have yet to receive a report regarding this, but if it is true we will process the case in accordance with the law.


Be of Good Cheer!
Rotary Club Bali Ubud Sunset Christmas Buffet Fundraiser on Sunday, December 4, 2016

Rotary Club Bali Ubud Sunset will hold its 3rd Annual Christmas Buffet Dinner on Sunday, December 4, 2016 at the Maya Resort & Spa in Ubud.

A portion of the proceeds will go towards the many Rotary projects focused on sanitation, safe drinking water, health care, doctor and dental visits to local schools, eye examinations, and cataract treatment.

Dinner is served at 6:00 pm on December 4th with a sumptuous Holiday feats on offer that includes roasted turkey with all the trimmings, potatoes puree, garden salad & cranberry salad, roasted pumpkin soup, grilled vegetables, vegetarian pasta, rolls and butter, Christmas log, and strawberry financier (cookies) for dessert.

Vegetarian and vegan dishes are also available.

Cost for the feast is Rp. 550,000 with discounts available for children and Indonesian nationals.

Raffles tickets for door prizes will give the chance for all diners to win exciting hotel stays meal vouchers, spa packages and more!

To book seats call the Maya Resort & Spa at ++62-(0)361-977888 (extension 1401).


Bridges are Falling
Bridge Collapse in West Bali Isolates Communities and Businesses in Tabanan

The bridge connecting Tunjuk Village and Banjar Tunjuk Kaja, Tunjuk Village and Tajen Village at Banjar Cepik in Tabanan Regency, Bali collapsed on Tuesday afternoon, October 11, 2016.

The bridge, that is the main connection between three villages, is affecting the daily lives and income of hundreds of families and business in the area.

As reported by NusaBali, Nyoman “Komet” Arnawa, the chairman of the PDIP Faction in from the Tabanan House of Representatives (DPRD-Tabanan) has warned that the bridge sat on a road that is an “absolute need” for people living in the sub-districts of Tabanan, Marga and Penebel and a way of quickly restoring the bridge must therefore be found by the Public Works Department.

Meanwhile, the chairman of the Golkar faction in Tabanan, Ketut Arya Budi Giri, has also communicated with the DPRD-Tabanan, suggesting the Armed Forces be asked to help in the construction of an emergency replacement bridge.

Until the road and bridge are restored, those traveling between Tunjuk Village and Penebel or Tabanan must make a detour of tens of kilometers via the City of Tabanan.

Legislators will only be able to consider a permanent replacement bridge to be included in 2017 budget.

The Regency Government of Tabanan told an emergency meeting convened to discuss the bridge that emergency funds on stand-by in the current budget are insufficient to build a new bridge. The cost of a new bridge is put at Rp. 1.79 billion while emergency stand-by funds remaining for such projects is only Rp. 200 million.


When a Lake Becomes a Trash Bin
People of the Ancient Village of Terunyan at Lake Batur in Bali Discard Garbage in the Lake as Garbage No Longer Collected by Local Authorities

Local residents living around the banks of Bali’s volcanic lake Batur are blamed for the large and unsightly volume of trash floating on the lake and littering its shores.

DenPost says tourist visitors often complain that residents of the ancient Bali Aga village Terunyan throw their refuse into the lake with local officials reluctant to move against the Terunyanese who apparently pay little heed to pleas to protect the environment.

Ketut Geriawan, a resident of Terunyan, on Tuesday, October 11, 2016, said the amount of trash floating on the lake has recently undergone a massive increase, in comparison with the amount seen in recent years. Geriawan blames the situation on the end of routine trash removal from central collection points once operated by the Government.

In the absence of a routine trash removal program, the people of Trunyan are now tossing their garbage into the lake.


Forgive, But Never Forget
Governor Pastika Calls for Forgiveness at 14th Anniversary of 2002 Bali Bombing

Bali’s Governor, speaking on October 12, 2016, at the 14th commemoration of the First Bali Terrorist bombing held at the Ground Zero Monument in Legian, Kuta called on the victims of the tragedy that left more than 200 dead and scores injured not to hold revenge in their hearts.

Quoted by Kompas.com, Pastika said: “The commemoration of the Bali Bombing each year is not done in order to reopen the wounds inflicted on the hearts of us all, on the families of the victims, on the people of Bali and on the people of Indonesia.”

Continuing, the Governor said: “In fact, we desire to forgive. I feel certain that we have already forgiven (those who committed these acts), but it is not possible that we will ever forget.”

The Governor, who served as Chief of Police in Bali and brought the perpetrators of the bombing to justice, said the tragedy was too great to be forgotten because it caused suffering to many Indonesian and foreigners.

Looking forward, Pastika asked all elements of the government and the public to keep Bali safe and “conducive” in the future. The Governor praised the work of the police, military intelligence and the public in joining forces to keep Bali safe.


Baliís Better on a Bicycle
Bali is the venue for a Cross Country Cycling event scheduled for Saturday, November 19, 2016

A Cross Country Bike Event covering 22-kilometers will be held, starting from the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Park (GWK) on Saturday, November 19, 2016.

The event hopes to attract 1,500 cyclists who will pay a registration fee of Rp. 250,000 that will enter them in the event, provide riders with a jersey, provide an insurance cover, and free entrance to the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Park.

Participants will follow a 22-kilometer route over a hilly course between GWK and the Indonesian tourism Development Corporation (Complex) at Nusa Dua.


Fatally Flawed Connection
Nine Dead and Many Injured as Pedestrian Bridge Collapses Connecting Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan

At least nine people have died and a large number were injured when a pedestrian bridge connecting Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan Islands collapse on late Sunday Afternoon, October 16, 2016.

A spokesman for the Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB), Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, confirmed as many as 9 people died and 18 were injured before search and rescue efforts were abandoned due to darkness.

The bridge, known by locals as the “Love Bridge” or “yellow bridge” collapsed suddenly at 6:00 pm on Sunday as pedestrians and motorcycles were busily in the act of crossing between the two islands.

Search efforts resumed at sunrise on Monday morning, October 17. 2016

Officials theorize the suspension bridge that was 1.5 meters wide was overloaded when the accident occurred.

Radarbali.com has provided a preliminary list of those who died in the bridge collapse: Wayan Sutaman, 49; Putu Ardiana, 45; Ni Wayan Merni, 55; Putu Surya, 3; Gede Senen, 40; Ni Wayan Sumarti, 56; Ni Putu Krisna, 9, and Ni Kadek Mustika, 6. A ninth victim has yet to be identified.

18 people injured in the accident are being treated at the Health Center on Nusa Penida.


A Fatal Fall
English Hiker Falls to His Death on Mount Abang in Bali

An English tourist hiking up Mount Abang at Kintamani has died after falling 250 meters into a ravine along a mountain hiking path.

RadarBali.com has identified the English tourist as Daniel David Howe (26).

The mishap took place in the early hours on Sunday, October 16, 2016.

Local villagers reportedly saw the man fall to his death and alerted rescue workers, police authorities and local citizens who rushed to the scene.

After a prolonged search the lifeless body of the Englishman was found at the bottom of a 250-meter deep ravine. The man was carried down the mountain where it was sent to a hospital Bangli and later to Denpasar for forensic examination. 


RIP: Sri Pitono: 1964-2016
Veteran Bali Travel Industry Member Sri Pitono Dies at Age 52

Sri Pitono – a high profile and very popular member of Bali’s travel Industry died suddenly on Monday, October 10, 2016.

Born in Malang, Sri moved at age four to Australia where her father worked as a university lecturer. Later, after graduating with a business degree from Curtin University, she returned to Indonesia when she became a key player in the promotion of Bali’s tourism.

no held senior sales and marketing positions with Oberoi Hotels and Four Seasons Resorts in Bali where she worked from 1993-2004. She also worked for a period with Sobek and most recently in the lead sales position at Jan’s Tours where she has been employed since May 2013.

Sri is survived by her father who lives in Perth, Western Australia.

A prayer service was held on October 13, 2016, at the mortuary of the Army Hospital in Bali. Pitono was cremated on the morning of October 14, 2016 at Mumbul in South Bali.

Equally loved and admired for her wide-ranging professional skills and effervescent personality, Sri Pitono will be sorely missed by all those privileged to have known her.


Trip the Light Fantastic
Tango in Paradise Ė Masters of Dance to Perform in Bali Saturday, November 26, 2016

A Gala Cultural Show and Milonga Dinner will be held in the Ballroom of the Padma Hotel on Jalan Padma, Legian, Kuta on Saturday, November 26, 2016.

Milongueros and aficionados of the Tango will be treated to performances by world Argentine tango masters, expert Indonesian Tango artists, and an exciting display by Tango dancers from Russia - all presented while enjoying a delicious themed dinner.

And, like any proper Milonga event, there will be ample opportunity for all participants to take to the dance floor.

Tickets are Rp. 1.5 million each with 50% of the ticket price going to assist the life-changing work of the Bali Smile Foundation (Senyum Bali) that provides cranial facial surgery to children and other members of the local community.

For more information:

Bali Smile Foundation Website

Telephone for information or tickets: Yuli Utomo at ++62-0811 3852141 or the Bali Smile House at ++62-(0)361 233758


 
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Bali Update #1016
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Bali Update #1015
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Bali Update #1014
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Bali Update #1013
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Bali Update #1012
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Bali Update #1011
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Bali Update #1010
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Bali Update #1009
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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 #998
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Bali Update #997
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Bali Update #996
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Bali Update #995
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Bali Update #994
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Bali Update #993
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Bali Update #992
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Bali Update #991
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Bali Update #989
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Bali Update #988
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Bali Update #986
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Bali Update #985
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Bali Update #983
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Bali Update #982
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Bali Update #981
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Bali Update #980
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Bali Update #979
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Bali Update #978
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Bali Update #977
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Bali Update #975
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Bali Update #974
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Bali Update #973
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Bali Update #972
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Bali Update #971
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Bali Update #970
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Bali Update #969
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Bali Update #968
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Bali Update #967
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Bali Update #966
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Bali Update #965
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Bali Update #964
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Bali Update #963
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Bali Update #962
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Bali Update #961
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Bali Update #960
January 26, 2015

Bali Update #959
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Bali Update #958
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Bali Update #957
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Bali Update #956
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Bali Update #955
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Bali Update #954
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Bali Update #953
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Bali Update #952
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Bali Update #951
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Bali Update #950
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Bali Update #949
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Bali Update #944
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Bali Update #943
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Bali Update #942
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Bali Update #941
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Bali Update #940
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Bali Update #939
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Bali Update #938
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Bali Update #937
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Bali Update #936
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Bali Update #935
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Bali Update #934
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Bali Update #933
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Bali Update #932
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Bali Update #931
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Bali Update #930
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Bali Update #929
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Bali Update #928
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Bali Update #927
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Bali Update #926
June 02, 2014

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
April 07, 2014

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
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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 #901
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Bali Update #900
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Bali Update #899
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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 #886
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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 #872
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Bali Update #871
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Bali Update #870
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Bali Update #869
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Bali Update #868
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Bali Update #867
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Bali Update #866
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Bali Update #865
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Bali Update #864
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Bali Update #863
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Bali Update #862
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Bali Update #861
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Bali Update #860
February 25, 2013

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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Bali Update #850
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Bali Update #849
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Bali Update #848
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Bali Update #847
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Bali Update #846
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Bali Update #845
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Bali Update #844
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Bali Update #843
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Bali Update #842
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Bali Update #841
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Bali Update #839
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Bali Update #839
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Bali Update #837
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Bali Update #836
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Bali Update #834
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Bali Update #831
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Bali Update #831
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Bali Update #830
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Bali Update #829
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Bali Update #828
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Bali Update #827
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Bali Update #824
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Bali Update #823
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Bali Update #822
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Bali Update #821
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Bali Update #820
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Bali Update #819
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Bali Update #815
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Bali Update #814
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Bali Update #813
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Bali Update #812
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Bali Update #810
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Bali Update #808
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Bali Update #807
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Bali Update #806
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Bali Update #805
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Bali Update #804
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Bali Update #803
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Bali Update #802
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Bali Update #801
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Bali Update #800
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Bali Update #799
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Bali Update #798
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Bali Update #797
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Bali Update #796
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Bali Update #795
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Bali Update #794
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Bali Update #793
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Bali Update #792
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Bali Update #791
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Bali Update #790
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Bali Update #789
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Bali Update #788
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Bali Update #787
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Bali Update #786
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Bali Update #785
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Bali Update #784
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Bali Update #783
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Bali Update #782
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Bali Update #780
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Bali Update #779
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Bali Update #778
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Bali Update #777
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Bali Update #775
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Bali Update #774
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Bali Update #773
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Bali Update #771
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Bali Update #770
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Bali Update #768
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Bali Update #767
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Bali Update #766
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Bali Update #765
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Bali Update #764
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Bali Update #758
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Bali Update #755
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Bali Update #752
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Bali Update #751
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Bali Update #747
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Bali Update #746
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Bali Update #745
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Bali Update #743
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Bali Update #741
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Bali Update #731
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Bali Update #715
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Bali Update #714
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Bali Update #712
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Bali Update #711
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Bali Update #710
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Bali Update #709
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Bali Update #708
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Bali Update #707
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Bali Update #706
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Bali Update #703
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