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  1. Brown & Butter, 24 Hours Coffee Shop & Coworking SpaceRead the original story

    Yesterday | World News Report

    KUTA, BALI, INDONESIA, July 29, 2015 / / -- Brown & Butter is a 24 hours coffee shop which is also a part of Avilla Hospitality's unit Berry Biz Hotel. Brown & Butter might be just what you need for your social space and your own co-working space as well as mini exhibition place to hold workshop or artwork showcase.


  2. Little Known Ways to Enjoy Jakarta's NightlifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CNN

    Jakarta is known to be the largest Islam country in the world and the fourth most populous despite its archipelagic demography. Despite the strict culture, it has the one of the most vibrant nightlife in the Asia Pacific region.


  3. New group of trafficked fishermen reach homeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Pnompenh Post

    Yet another group of rescued Cambodian fishermen believed to have been trafficked and forced to work on Thai fishing vessels arrived in Phnom Penh yesterday afternoon, a spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said. "They arrived today [Tuesday] at 4:15pm," ministry spokesman Chum Sounry said yesterday, adding that all 33 of them had been interviewed by the Cambodian Embassy in Indonesia.


  4. Natascha Elisa sneaks into Wake Bali Dolphins park to film their mistreatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Mail

    Teeth removed, dull skin, cloudy eyes and desperately hungry: Woman sneaks into Bali water park to secretly film the tragic living conditions of their dolphins The Wake Bali Dolphins tourist attraction charges visitors money for an 'exciting' dolphin experience, allowing people to swim with them Another Australian has joined the plight to save the four dolphins living in a confined murky chlorinated pool in Bali. Expat animal advocate Natascha Elisa heard about the four mistreated dolphins which were enclosed in a 10m by 20m pool at a hotel near her home at at Keramas Beach on the Indonesian holiday island.


  5. Local Man Recounts Daring Sea Rescue After Vessel Sinks Near IndonesiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CBS Local

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  6. Bali retreatRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Bloomberg

    Prime residential prices on Bali, known for its surf and rice-paddy landscapes, surged 15 percent last year, the most among comparable destinations tracked by broker Knight Frank LLP. The cost of villas on the Spanish island of Ibiza climbed 5 percent and slid 8 percent in Italy's autonomous region of Sardinia, the report said.


  7. Put it away! Tourists warned to 'dress appropriately' by officials ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | Daily Mail

    Brits abroad on candid camera: Ugly truth of tourists' behaviour in Europe's most popular resorts revealed in jaw-dropping pictures Would you pay A 26 for a bottle of water ? Hotel in Northern Ireland launches new drinks menu to be served by a 'water butler' Sunbathing with cows, ziplining along the coast and visiting a dragon's lair: Infographic reveals the most unusual beach activities across the world You CAN at the Acropolis, you CAN'T at Disneyland: Handy new website lists all the places in the world where selfie sticks are banned Cheers! Surprise for passengers at London City Airport as crates of BEER emerge on the luggage carousel instead of bags Iceland's breathtaking beauty: From an eye-popping waterfall to a 'petrified troll' in the sea, spectacular pictures show off the country's most amazing scenery Jail break: Former Great Scotland Yard HQ set to be transformed into luxury ... (more)


  8. Hong Kong + Indonesian Fashion Meet at 'Batik Crossover'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | Sys-Con Media

    "In Style - Hong Kong", a large-scale promotion organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council , is coming to Jakarta 14-20 September 2015. The promotion will showcase a range of Hong Kong lifestyle products as well as business services to Indonesian entrepreneurs and consumers.


  9. Tokai broadcaster pushes ninja idol adventure overseasRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | The Japan Times

    Tokai Television Broadcasting Ltd. has started to air a new series called "Ninja Boimenkun" earlier this month. The series, broadcast at midnight on the first and third Monday of each month, follows a group of male idols as they explore the Dragon Route, a new tourist route in the Chubu region, while dressed as ninja.


  10. Bali eyes turning ash into tourist cashRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 |

    The volcanic drama responsible for a terrible start to Bali's peak tourist season could also be the key to its recovery. Throughout July, unpredictable ash clouds from Mount Raung have intermittently halted inbound flights , as well as the outbound flights of thousands of tourists.


  11. Bucket-list itineraries: Upcoming world cruisesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | USA Today

    Join the elite few that have done a world cruise. The multi-month sailings visit several continents, dozens of ports of call and a whole bunch of UNESCO World Heritage sites.


  12. Clay objects linked to ritualsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | The Star Online

    Mysterious find: Over 300 objects resembling carvings of Indonesia's ancient Borobudur Temple were found at the Tanjung Balau beach in Johor. - Bernama KOTA TINGGI: The mysterious colourful clay sculptures resembling carvings of Indonesia's ancient Borobudur Temple that were found at Tanjung Balau beach here are believed to be offerings used in a religious ritual.


  13. Hanging 10 with Israeli Surf Instructor Nitzan BenunRead the original story

    Friday Jul 24 | Jerusalem Post

    My first day heading down to the beach with a surfboard was intimidating and I didn't believe that I would actually learn how to surf. I was there for the kids and I just wanted to have fun and relax.


  14. MAF Presents New Amphibious Kodiak At AirVentureRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 23 | Aero-News Network

    Mission Aviation Fellowship is displaying its new Kodiak at EAA AirVenture 2015. The Amphibious aircraft uses Aerocet floats to serve people who live in remote areas.


  15. Volcanic ash cloud: Virgin and Jetstar resume flights to BaliRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Age

    Virgin Australia and Jetstar have resumed flights to and from Bali as favourable winds push a volcanic ash cloud away from Denpasar Airport. Both airlines have scheduled extra services to help clear the backlog of passengers, but travellers still face delays of at least two hours.


  16. Bali flights resume to Denpasar Airport after volcanic ash cloud shiftsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 |

    An Air New Zealand flight to Bali which was delayed due to a volcanic ash cloud departed Auckalnd this morning for Denpasar airport. Air New Zealand delayed Wednesday's flight NZ245 to Bali as volcanic ash continued to erupt from Mount Raung on an Indonesian island.


  17. Virgin, Jetstar airlines return cautiously to sky after more Mt Raung eruptionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Virgin Australia and Jetstar airlines will return to schedule on Thursday for flights to and from Bali, and run extra flights for passengers affected by Wednesday's cancellations. The airlines cancelled all flights to and from Denpasar Airport on Wednesday after the Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre in Darwin warned flight conditions were unsafe following further eruptions from the Mt Raung volcano.


  18. Eruptions of ash at 5 volcanoes shroud skies in IndonesiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Albany Times Union

    Passengers wait for the status of their flights at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali, Indonesia, Wednesday, July 22, 2015. The eruption of Mount Raung on the main island of Java has caused the airport to close for several hours on Wednesday, disrupting flights to and from the resort island.


  19. Some flights resume after ash cloud threatRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 |

    AS all 50 ABC Shops face the axe, managing director Mark Scott says the ABC can't drain money out of broadcasting to prop up its beleaguered retail venture. IN the biggest test of his leadership yet, Bill Shorten has performed a major backflip, admitting Labor made a big mistake and will change its policy on turning back the boats.


  20. Oceania plans 'Around the World in 180 Days' cruise in 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 |

    Start saving up. Oceania Cruises ' 684-guest Insignia will embark on a 180-day around the world cruise on Jan. 6, 2017, visiting 36 countries and 98 port of calls on six continents.