No it is not April Fools Day...... Kim Anami on her tour around the world lifting objects with her vagina, has made a stop in Bali. The sex therapist by trade from the US has documented her travels on the social media outlet Instagram and has made a name for herself by lifting objects unique to the destinations she has traveled to. Whilst in Bali she has lifted a surfboard, bananas and rambutan fruit. “I have started a campaign, #thingsliftwithmyvagina,” said Anami, from her
Jakarta – State carrier Garuda Indonesia will re-include the passenger service charge (PSC) or airport tax into its ticket price from 1 February 2015. The integrated pricing policy will affect passengers who will utilize the airline’s service from 1 March 2015 onwards. “For passengers flying before 1 March 2015, the ticket price will not include the PSC upon purchase. However, (they) still have to pay the PSC at the airport upon checking in,” said Pujobroto, the Vice Presiden
The Ministry of Public Works has announced plans to reassess toll road fees across Indonesia and that it will most certainly raise the fare of the Bali Mandara Toll Road in 2015. Jasamarga Bali Head of Public Relations, Drajat Hari Suseno, confirmed to Tribune News that toll road fares would go up in 2015, but was unable to specify by exactly how much the fare would increase. “Indeed, there was a plan, the possibility of a tariff adjustment first came up back in October,” exp
According to reports recently published in The Beat Daily news the Russian Embassy in Indonesia has denied statements by local officials and in press articles that stated from 2015 Russian tourists, amongst others (including Australia), would not need visas to enter Indonesia. In the only story on the subject we uncovered in the news, a Russian embassy spokesperson said, “Currently, the immigration regime at crossing points in Indonesia for Russians visiting the country as to
AN EYE FOR AN EYE IN BALI John Fawcett, a former ceramacist, educationalist and Deputy Director of the Perth Technical College, has been living continuously in Bali since 1983, after relocating there to recover from a life-threatening medical accident in May 1981, which kept him hospitalized for nearly three years. John quickly recognized the great medical need on the island and, with assistance from Rotary Australia and Rotary International, began his humanitarian work which
9 January 2015 ***STOP PRESS*** GARUDA PULLS THE PIN ON BRISBANE - AGAIN ! It's now official and after much speculation Garuda have this afternoon officially announced that it will pull out of its direct flights to Bali from Brisbane commencing on February 1st. Just 18 months after re-launching its Brisbane to Bali direct flights in August 2013 Garuda has again scrapped the service without warning as it had done back in 2008 when Brisbane, Adelaide and New Zealand services we
While Premium Fuel Prices Decline, Gasoline Still Costs More in Bali than the Rest of Indonesia Many in Bali are complaining that the recently reduced cost of premium gas to Rp. 7,950 per liter is unfair inasmuch as it is the highest price charged nationally for gasoline. As reported by Beritabali.com,citizens in Bali complain that the higher price paid by the Balinese fails to take into account the condition of the local economy as a whole.
One Balinese, Made Sudarma, who