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BALI UPDATE #985 - 20 JULY 2015

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On Porpoise
Government Pledges to Investigate Reports of Dolphin Abuse in Gianyar at Bali Wake Dolphin Attraction

Travel.detik.com reports that a dolphin attraction located on the beach in Bali’s Gianyar Regency is under attack via various social media for treating their sea mammals in an unsafe and cruel manner.

The operators of the Wake Bali Dolphins attraction have responded to Internet criticism, insisting they are fully licensed. Meanwhile, the government has backed the attraction, insisting standards ensuring animal welfare are strictly enforced.

The director-general of Natural Resources and the Ecosystem, Tachrir Fathoni said, “The rule permit such attractions, but the exhibits must pay attention to animal welfare.”

Fathoni told the press that his office receives many complaints from the public regarding dolphin attractions. He said that this was the first complaint he has handled in connection with the Wake Dolphin attraction.
 
Fathoni said his office would send a team to investigate the case. Adding: “We will investigate. Our team will look at the location and if there are any technical violations related to animal welfare. For instance, the pools must be well built, there must be sufficient oxygen and other items of this sort.”
 
Fathoni admitted to the press that the governing regulation UU No. 5/1990 on the Protection of Natural Resources and the Ecosystem does not go into great detail on technical standards for animal care. He said the government needs to create standards in cooperation with qualified experts specifically address live animal exhibits.
 
If his team finds the dolphins at the Gianyar Park are being improperly cared for, there are official sanctions that can be applied. This ranges from a simple written warning, to revocation of operating licenses, to even criminal prosecutions. Fathoni said that most operators respond positively when they receive a formal reprimand from his office.
 



Making Being Hospitable Reciprocal
Indonesia Seeking Visa-Free Status for its Citizens Holidaying in Europe

The State News Agency Antara reports that the Indonesian Department of Foreign Affairs is seeking agreement from the European Community to allow Indonesian nationals to obtain Schengen visas without charge upon arrival in any EU member country.       

Speaking on Tuesday, July 14, 2015, Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno L.P. Marsudi said: "Yesterday, I met the vice president of the European Commission. Apart from discussing bilateral relations, we also spoke about Indonesia’s request to get visa-free entry into the Schengen area,"   

The Schengen Area is comprised of 26 European countries that have eliminated passport and inter-country border control. These countries share a common visa policy.

Marsudi has presented a strong case to the Vice President of European Commission Frans Timmermans on behalf of granting Indonesian nationals freer access to the Shengen countries. Among those arguments were included the fact that Indonesia has a partnership and forestry cooperation agreement with the EU and the underlying long-term economic potential of Indonesia.
 
Marsudi also pointed out that only 1.1 percent of applications for Schengen visa applications from Indonesia are rejected, with the number of Indonesians actually caught violating EU immigration rules also very small.
 
"With all this data, it is appropriate that Indonesians visiting Schengen countries should be given free visas," said the Indonesian Foreign Minister.
 
Indonesia is seeking agreement from Schengen member countries to reciprocate on immigration courtesies extended by Indonesia to most of their citizens, by granting  Indonesian tourists similar rights to travel in Europe on a visa-free status. 15 Schengen countries are among the 45 countries granted visa-free status by a recent Indonesian Presidential decree.
 
While no target has been set by the Indonesian Foreign Ministry for acceptance of their proposal to the EU, Minister Marsudi pledged to continue to work intensively for visa-free privileges for Indonesians traveling to European nations.
 
She stated that the response of the European Commission to the Schengen visa exemption request is quite positive, and this effort will be continued through bilateral relations between Indonesia and each Schengen country.
 



A Delayed Dawning of a New Age of Aquarius
Bali United Festival 2015 in Karangasem Cancelled

With its organizers apparently unable to obtain a police permit to hold the event, a decision has been made to cancel the Bali Unite Festival 2015 scheduled to take place July 31 – August 2, 2015 at the Seven Temples Area of Karangasem.

Promoted by its organizers as an “international music celebration” – the three-day event had invited international and local performance artists and planned to present yoga and wellness workshops, and a wide array of organic foods and drinks.

A specially designed 7Temples Eco Beach Complex made of bamboo and other recyclable materials located in Karangasem had hoped to attract 20,000 participants at an event that was reminiscent to some of the Woodstock era.

A campground was also being prepared to help house the large onslaught of celebrating participants expected to attend.

As reported by Tempo.co, the organizer blamed the cancellation of a conflict of scheduling with several previously scheduled local events and a concern of negative impacts if the festival went on as planned.

While the organizers decided to cancel the event, local reports indicate that the necessary permits from regional, provincial and national police were not forthcoming.
 
The organizers have said that all ticket holders for the cancelled event will be given a full refund.
 
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Cleared for Takeoff
Indonesia Moving to Take Control from Singapore of Take Off and Landing of Aircraft from Batamís Hang Nadim International Airport

The State News Agency Antara reports that steps are underway that will see Indonesian air controllers take control of international flights traveling the air corridor over the Malacca Straits, currently handled by Singapore Air Traffic Controllers.

Plans are for the handover in air traffic control responsibilities from the Singaporeans to the Indonesians to be completed by 2024.

Suwarso, chief of Batam’s Hang Nadim International Airport, announced the plans to the press.
 
Planes now departing Hang Nadim Airport, located on Batam that sits off shore a few miles from Singapore, under the guidance of Singapore air controllers..
 
With terms work out with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Indonesia and Singapore have a transitional period of one decade to ensure a smooth handover of new take off protocols for Batam.
 
As a first step, Indonesia’s transportation ministry has allocated Rp. 6 billion (US$450,000) from the 2015 budget for the installation of radar and safety equipment.


Blowing in the Wind
Change of Season Brings Momentary High Seas to Bali. Arrival of Stabilized Wind to Patterns Bring Relief from Threat of Mt. Raungís Volcanic Ash

The predicted high seas surrounding Bali during the change of season was confirmed by the chief of the Meteorology, Climatological and Geophysics (BMKG) office in Denpasar on Tuesday, July 14, 2015.

Bali BMKG chief Wayan Suardana said on Tuesday that over the coming three day all of Bali could expect to be pounded by 3-4 meter high waves.

The waves were kicked up by strong winds averaging between 45-53 kilometers per hour in strength.

The waves at the ferry crossing point between Gilimanuk, Bali and Ketapang, Java rose at times to 2.5 meters in height.

“The height of the waves is not constant, but comes and goes,” said Suardana.

The change of season as Bali undergo winds is expected to end by early August at which time wind will sustain a more-or-less easterly pattern and the confused sea state will come to an end.

The arrival of easterly winds will also provide relief to Bali tourism in the event that the Mt. Raung volcano continues to erupt, ensuring that any volcanic dust clouds will be blow in a direction away form Bali.


Waterbom Bali Makes a Big Splash
Waterbom Bali Named Best Water Park in Asia by TripAdvisor

TripAdvisor’s Traveler’s Choice Awards 2015 naming the 10 best water parks in Asia has been released.

Winning top honors was Waterbom Bali selected via a survey of TripAdvisor community supplying comments and appraisals of their experiences visiting water parks across the Asian region

Here’s the Travellers’ Choice Awards 2015 from TripAdvisor for Asia’s best Water Parks:
 
1. Waterbom Bali (Kuta, Indonesia)
2. Chimelong Water Park (Guangzhou, China)
3. Black Mountain Water Park (Hua Hin, Thailand)
4. Sunway Lagoon Theme Park (Petaling Jaya, Malaysia)
5. Coco Splash Adventure and Water Park (Lamai Beach, Thailand)
6. Water Kingdom (Mumbai, India)
7. Dam Sen Water Park (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)
8. Waterbom Jakarta (Jakarta, Indonesia)
9. Adventure Cove Waterpark (Sentosa Island, Singapore)
10. Wild Wild Wet (Singapore)


Uber and Over
Transportation Operators at Bali Airport are Worried that that Uber Social Network Taxi Service will Soon be Competing for their Customers

DenPost reports that existing transportation providers at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport are questioning the appearance of an advertisement for the social network taxi service UBER that stands in the domestic arrival terminal.

Pointing to the outcry and protests from transportation operators in Jakarta following UBER'S launch there, Agus Diana, a Bali-based transportation worker on Wednesday, July 8, 2015, vent his concerns and displeasure.

Diana asked if the UBER service was formally licensed or not? He also questioned the lack of Argo—meters on the vehicle used by the social network taxi service to determine fares and his fear, shared by many existing operators, that UBER would be offering fares lower that the high tariff used by the Airport-based taxi cooperative.

UBER is an on-line taxi service. Drivers use their own vehicles and work entirely on a freelance basis.

UBER operators are identified only through smart phone applications with no licenses or visible identification posted on the vehicles. For all intents and purposes, making a connection with an UBER driver would appear to the casual observer as nothing more a passengers being met by a family member or friend.

Agus Diana called on the provincial and regional government to take action to prevent UBER'S operation in Bali if the company lacks the proper operating permits and licenses.

Agus also questioned why the Airport Authority has allowed UBER to post an advertisement in the domestic arrival terminal for what appears to be an illegal taxi operation.

When DenPost contacted the co-general manager of PT Angkasa Pura I at the Airport, Gusti Ngurah Ardita, he would not acknowledge the presence of the UBER advertisement at the airport, but said corrective steps were being taken vis-à-vis the "alleged" standing banner.

Ardita insisted that if UBER was promoting its brand without mentioning specific routes, then there was no evidence of local sales taking place at the airport. Ardita did not clarify what further steps might be taken in reference to the UBER advertisement.



Bali Tax Office Seeks More Tax From Tourism Sector
Bali Tax Office Eyes Tourism Sector as Key to Meeting Higher Tax Collections Targets

DenPost reports that the Director General of Taxation (DJP) for the Province of Bali is signaling plans to increase tax revenues from the tourism sector via a special and still somewhat secretive campaign soon to be launched in the Badung regency.

What form the new tax drive will take remains something of a secret with the chief of DJP Bali, Wahju K. Tumakaka, refusing to divulge details of the campaign at a media gather and fast-breaking event with local media held on Thursday, June 25, 2015.

According to Wahju, the BJP Bali office has set a target in tax collection of Rp. 9.08 trillion (US$675 million) for 2015. This amount is an increase for the 2014 target of Rp. 6.8 trillion (US$510 million). Admitting that the Rp. 9 trillion target was ambitious, the top tax official in Bali said he was confident the target would be achieved.

“Bali is an optimistic region. The growth of the economy in Bali is better that other areas,” said Wahju.

Wahju intimated to the press that he had a strategy in hand to increase tax collections and achieve the Rp. 9 Trillion target. Adding: “I have a strategy. I am not prepared to disclose what that strategy is. (If I do) the target will run away. What’s clear, the tax will come from the tourism industry in Badung.”

The top tax official for Bali took pains to clarify that the increase in tax revenues would not come from Hotel and Restaurant taxes, which remain the exclusive purview of regency and municipal tax authorities. He did hint, however,  that one probable target was the pre-wedding and wedding market in the Badung regency. “At the most basic, how do we get people who have not paid taxes to start paying taxes,” he explained.

He said it was important to make taxpayers of those who have avoided paying taxes to date as a matter of fairness to the many taxpayers now contributing to the public coffers.

Of the Rp. 9 trillion target for Bali tax collection set for Bali for 2015, 34.25% was already in hand via taxes collected from January 1 – June 24, 2015. 77% of the tax money collected in Bali was via income tax (PPh nonmigas) and 21.03 percent from sales tax and luxury taxes.


High Seas Disrupt Domestic Shipping
Inter-Island Ferry with 500 Passengers Seeks Refuge from High Seas in North Bali Port of Celukan Bawang

A local inter-island ferry Rafelia II traveling from Surabaya, East Java to Ende, Flores was forced to make an emergency port call at Bali’s Northern Port of Celukan Bawang on Monday, July 13, 2015 at 9:30 am.

The ship carrying some 500 passengers and a large number of motorcycles and four-wheeled vehicles ran for the nearest port in North Bali when it was buffeted by intense winds and very high waves that caused the Captain to fear for the safety of his passengers and crews.
 
The ship sought the safety of the North Bali port to await weather conditions that will allow it to continue its sea journey.
 
According to the Bali Post, due to the uncertainty of when sea conditions might improve, passengers and cargo were eventually disembarked in North Bali and permitted to continue their trip via an overland journey from Bali to Ende, Flores.


Batur Fish Harvest Halved
Hundreds of Thousands of Cultivated Fish at Baliís Lake Batur Die Due to Sulfuric Poisoning

Fresh-water fish cultivators at Lake Batur at Kintamani are complaining that 40-50% of their fish stocks have died due to sulfuric poisoning of the lake.
 
The die-off of local fish due to periodic emissions of sulfur from the lake’s crater-bottom that robs the water of oxygen is an unfortunate but regular occurrence at Lake Batur.
 
Starting on Saturday, July 11, 2015, hundreds of fish from floating fish pens on the lake began dying sporadically. Fish outside of pens and living in the lake also began to float lifelessly to the lake’s surface.
 
As a result, the rotting carcasses of the dead fish now dot Lake Batur’s shoreline, with one of the heaviest concentrations of dead fish at the Kedisan pier.
 
Local resident blame the die-off on sulfur leakage form the bottom of the volcanic lake that has changed the water’s in the lake to a white milky color. Since the initial die-off the color of the lake has gradually returned to normal.
 
In the village of Kedisan along some 39 fish cultivators farm dish using floating fish pens. With each farmer thought to care for 20,000 fish, the number of fish that perished due to sulfuric leaks is put at the hundreds of thousands. The value of the lost fish crop is put at tens of millions of rupiah.



Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
37 Smokers Captured in Anti-Smoking Enforcement at Baliís Airport

On Friday, July 3, 2015, Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport was the scene of an enforcement drive in support of Bali’s ban on smoking in public areas.
 
The “crackdown” involving police, regency enforcement teams, health officials and airport security netter 37 violators of the no-smoking rule. If the 37 cited, 32 chose summary trials for their misdemeanor offenses and fined while the remaining five, composed of departing passengers, were give written reprimands.
 
The action on the airport is part of a growing movement to discourage smoking in public places and educate the public to the grave danger of smoking.


Paying Respects
Baliís Sanglah General Hospital to Enhance and Enlarge Public Morgue Facilities

The morgue at the Sanglah General Hospital (RSUP – Sanglah) in Bali’s capital of Denpasar plans to add 12 more storage lockers for human remains due to the current facility’s inability to handle the large number of bodies  temporarily stored there.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, Dr. Duddy Rustyadi, the chief of forensic medicine at RSUP-Sanglah said, “At this time, the Sanglah Morgue only has 14 storage lockers for human remains, but plans to add 12 more units to bring the total to 26.”

In addition to adding more storage lockers, the Hospital also plans to renovate and upgrade the morgue as a whole by building a facility where the dead can lay in state prior to their final disposition.
 
The upgrade and building of the mourner’s hall will commence in August of 2015.
 
Also to be renovated is the access road to the morgue area and administration area of the morgue.
 



Alleviating the Volcano Crisis
Indonesia Tourism Minister Establishes Crisis Centers to Assist Air Passengers Inconvenienced by Flight Cancellations

Metrobali.com reports that the Indonesian Tourism Ministry is supplementing and strengthening the ‘Crisis Center” teams that have been set up across the Republic to help alleviate the disruptions caused by the explosion of Mount Raung in East Java and Mount Gamalama in North Maluku.

The Minister of Tourism, Arief Yahya, in Jakarta on Saturday, July 18, 2015, said his office has formed ‘Crisis Centers” starting on July 10, 2015 when Mount Raung started to explode and cause the closure of several airports in Indonesia.

“At this time we are increasing our efforts to strengthen the ‘Crisis Centers' since the eruption of Mount Raung in East Java and the resulting volcanic ash caused disruption in flight schedules,” the Minister explained.

The Indonesian airports that have suffered intermittent closures or flight cancellations are Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport, Lombok International Airport, Selaparang Mataram Airport, Blimbingsari Airport in Banyuwangi, Notohadinegoro Airport in Jember and Juanda International Airport in Surabaya.

“We will establish crisis center in the regions, particularly in areas affected directly by flight cancellations and delays inconveniencing both domestic and international tourists. We are urging all regional tourism services in the regions to take steps to overcome the crisis,” said Yahya.

Minister Yahya said the main challenge at the moment was handling aircraft passengers who have had their flights cancelled, delayed or suspended because of the eruptions. This includes finding accommodation for tourists stranded while waiting for their flight to resume operation.

The Minister said the regional tourism offices must react and handle problems of accommodation and transportation for stranded air passengers.

The various “Crisis Centers” are expected to use their best offices to obtain generous discounts at hotels near the airport for air passengers stranded by erupting volcanoes.


Dust Off the Record Books
Baliís Airport Records Increased Domestic and International Passengers Arrivals on the First Day of Lebaran

The State News Agency Antara reports that the number of domestic air passengers arriving at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport increased by 4% on the first day of the two-day Idul Fitri Holiday in 2015 when compared to the same day in 2014.

Data collected from the Lebaran Command Post in the Domestic Air Terminal in Bali counted 14,960 passengers arriving in Bali on Friday, July 17, 2105 using 100 different flights.

On the same day in 2014, Bali’s airport counted 14,364 arriving domestic passengers using 97 flights.
 
On the same day, the Command Post counted 10.980 departing domestic passengers flying on 97 aircraft. The number of departing domestic passengers on the first day of Lebaran 2015 was 12 percent more than the same day in 2014,
 
And, despite cancellations and flight interruptions caused by volcanic dust from Mt. Raung in East Java, the number of international air passengers landing in Bali on Friday, July 17, 2015 reached 11,227 on 63 flights, an 8% increase over the 10.399 international passengers using 60 flights that landed in Bali on the first day of Lebaran 2014.



Fire at BCA Bank in Bali
Fire Destroys Most of Bank Central Asia Kuta Branch in Bali

The cause of a large fire that destroyed much the main branch of the Bank Central Asia (BCA) on Jalan Raya Kuta No. 121 in Kuta remains under investigation.
 
The blaze took place on Saturday morning, July 18, 2015; at the multi-storey bank building located a short distance from the Kuta Market.
 
Security guards on duty at the bank said an automatic alarm sounded at 5:30 am and again a short time later. Further investigation found a fire was well underway on level 2 of the building in a room used by the foreign exchange division. At this point, the fire was sufficiently advanced that smoke was seeping out from the building’s roof.
 
Initially only two fire trucks responded to the scene, but an additional 6 trucks were soon called in as the fire’s size increased.
 
Before the fire was extinguished, it had consumed 9 rooms on the ground floor and second floor, and 3 rooms on the third floor.


Itís Not Nice to Nick in Bali
Itís Not Nice to Nick in Bali

A 50-year-old Australian Man, James Ian Ramsey, was taken into custody by South Denpasar Police on Sunday morning, July 19, 2015 in front of the VJC Shop on Jalan Danau Tamblingan in Sanur.
 
Metrobali.com reports the New South Wales was arrested allegedly in the process of stealing a motorcycle owned by Komang Rusmini of North Bali. Rusmini (35), who worked at the VJC Shop, told police she had left her motorcycle parked in front of her place of employment where she had forgotten to remove the ignition key.
 
A short time after entering the shop, Rusmini says she saw Ramsey driving away on her bike. Borrowing a friend’s motorcycle, Rusmini gave chase screaming for assistance in catching the thief as she drove down Jalana Danau Tamblingan.
 
As Ramsey was passing the Taman Sari traffic light, local neighborhood watch members (pacalang) supervising a religious ceremony captured Ramsey and turned him over to the nearby police station.
 
Both Ramsey and the motorcycle he is accused of stealing are now in police custody,
 
News.com.au contributed that Ramsey appeared confused and unfocussed when interviewed by police.



Introducing Go-JEK
Innovative Transport of People, Goods and Food Orders Using a Mobile Phone Application Comes to Bali

A recent new addition to Bali’s roadways are motorcyclists wearing distiinctive bright green jackets and matching helmets.

While informal motorcycle taxis or “ojeks” have long been part of the various modes of transportation found in Indonesia, the advent of GO-JEKS in their eye-catching green attire is from a group that is not only providing taxi-transportation to their customers, but also undertaking restaurants delivery of take-away items, delivering documents between offices and even doing simple shopping excursions for their customers.

GO-JEK is a social enterprise that seeks to solves underemployment in the information and ojek sectors by partnering with a group of experienced and trustworthy ojek drivers to deliver convenience in the form of transportation, courier, and personal shopping services for customers in Bali. GO-JEK is revolutionizing logistics and transport by providing participating drivers with mobile smart phones and mobile banking, to enable them to work anytime, anywhere. The drivers are equipped with Android devices that are used to locate the closest driver to minimize delivery time using geo-location algorithms.
 
“With Bali’s traffic progressively getting worse, GO-JEK is the ultimate time saver. With multiple services like transport, courier, personal shopping, and food delivery all powered by a mobile app, GO-JEK can attend many of your daily needs. It is speed and convenience at your fingertips," said Michelangelo Moran, brand director GO-JEK.
 
Not without its detractors, particularly among existing “ojek” operators who claim they are being underpriced and outperformed by the new service, GO-JEK claims they can deliver anything that will fit on a motorcycle and will undertake shopping assignments for any item to a maximum price of Rp. 1 million. A food delivery service, similarly, will pick up orders of food to a value of Rp. 1 million by paying the restaurant in advance and obtaining reimbursement from the customer upon delivery.
 
A nation-wide service, GO-JEK now operates in Bali, Jakarta, Surabaya and Bandung with an estimated 10,000 drivers now registered.
 
Committed to “speed, innovation and social impact” a GO-JEK application is available to download by visiting www.go-jek.com/app on any iOS or Android device. GO-JEK claims to have logged 650,000 downloads since it introduced its application in January 2015 and received an average customer rating of 4.4.
 
1,000 drivers across Bali are presently participating in the G0-JEK social network. Plans are to open a satellite office in Bud in August 2015,
 
How Does it Work?
 
Orders for GO-JEK’s service can be placed with a few taps on a mobile smart phone. Orders are previewed on the screen for final review  and confirmation. Once confirmed a picture of the driver is shown and his number displayed providing the option of sending the deliveryman an SMS from the application.
 
Customers can top up and pay with GO-JEK credit creating a cashless system for payment.  


Scoring Points in Kuta
Four Points Bali, Kuta Opens for Business

Four Points Bali, Kuta has opened – the latest in Starwood Hotels and Resort’s collection of quality hotel properties in Bali. Tucked away on a quiet byway in the very heart of Kuta on Jalan Benesari Banjar Pangabeyan, Four Points Bali, Kuta is literally only steps away from Bali’s world-renowned Mecca of nightlife venues, shops and restaurants.

Four Points Bali is Starwood’s seventh property on the Island of Bali.
Owned by PT. Umah Benesari, Four Points Bali, Kuta features 185 spacious and contemporary guest rooms. Guests will enjoy full-service dining at The Eatery, a 24-hour fitness center and kids club, all of the brand’s popular amenities including fast and free WiFi throughout the hotel, complimentary bottled water, and a chance to sample authentic local beers as part of the signature Best Brews™ program.

“We are proud to debut the Four Points brand in Indonesia with the opening of Four Points Bali, Kuta, adding to our rapidly expanding list of dynamic destinations across the globe,” said Brian McGuinness, global brand leader, Specialty Select Brands for Starwood. “With this significant opening, we are confident that Four Points will continue to reinvent travel across the globe with its emphasis on stylish comfort and genuine service at an honest value.”

“We look forward to welcoming guests at Four Points Bali, Kuta,” said Masri, General Manager of Four Points by Sheraton Bali, Kuta. “With an ideal location for both business and leisure, our enthusiastic team is all set to ensure a great stay with all the extras that guests will love.”

The Four Points brand is expected to surpass 200 hotels in 2015, with more than 25 hotels slated for opening this year

Book Four Points  Bali,, Kuta


 
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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 #1002
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Bali Update #1001
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Bali Update #1000
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Bali Update #962
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Bali Update #961
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Bali Update #960
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Bali Update #952
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Bali Update #941
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Bali Update #934
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Bali Update #933
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Bali Update #932
July 14, 2014

Bali Update #931
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Bali Update #930
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Bali Update #929
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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
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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
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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 #897
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Bali Update #896
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Bali Update #895
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Bali Update #894
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Bali Update #893
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Bali Update #892
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Bali Update #891
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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 #870
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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 #863
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Bali Update #862
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Bali Update #861
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Bali Update #860
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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 #839
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