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Thursday, 29 May 2008

balinese cat and kitten

Our family has been breeding Traditional Siamese cats for nearly thirty years and two generations, and we are proud to have selected our breeding stock for their intelligence, loving and calm temperaments, robust health and beauty.

Recently, we've begun to breed the silky-haired 'cousins' to Traditional Siamese, the Traditional Balinese which, in our opinion, is the only breed to rival the Traditional Siamese for being the finest of all companion cats. (For more information on Traditional Balinese history and traits see Traditional Balinese History, Temperament and Characteristics).

Traditional Balinese cats and kittens are not only loving and playful, but extremely intelligent, being ranked most intelligent among all longer-haired cats while their silky non-matting coats shed minimally, the least of all medium-haired cats.

This makes the Traditional Balinese ideal for people who love the outgoing intelligence and the cuddly robust body type of the Traditional Siamese and also love the silky touch of longer fur. Traditional Balinese are much like a Traditional Siamese wrapped in silk. To see a Balinese is to want to touch it, to pick it up, to hold it to your cheek.

We have found the Traditional Balinese irresistible and people who visit us agree that the Balinese combines the very best traits of both long and short-haired cats.

Our Balinese cats are family members, loose in our house with us. We raise very high quality Old Fashion Balinese. Our kittens are hand raised friendly and affectionate companions, unafraid of children or the activity of a household. Their personalities range from lap cats to clowns. Our goal is to match you with the kitten that suits you best.

Our kittens my go to their new homes beginning at 10 weeks old. We feel that 10 to 14 weeks is the optimum time for a kitten to bond to their new people.

No destructive, neurotic or cross-eyed cats are ever used for breeding, and these traits do not appear in our cats.

Show Record. At this time, Traditional Balinese are shown only in cat shows that recognize the traditional Balinese such as the 'Traditional and Classic Cat International' (TCCI). Cosset, one of our queens, was 1997 Best Traditional Balinese. In 1998 one of our Balinese kittens received the prestigious 'Morris Award' as Best Kitten In Show. In the 1999 show, one of our kittens was again Best Kitten in Show and the father was Best Traditional Balinese and Best Traditional Seal Point Balinese. In the most recent 2002 International competition one of our cats was Best Cat In Show and our kittens placed second and third Best Kitten In Show as well as many other first places.

We are proud to say that historically our cats and kittens take many first prizes in various classes including Best Seal Point, Best Chocolate Point, and several of our kittens usually place in the top five.

Our Balinese kittens and cats will be featured in a video entitled "Kittens and Stuff," released in 2001.

References. We have a well-documented reputation for raising top quality, superbly socialized kittens in immaculate conditions. References from previous customers are available upon request.

Health Care. From a veterinarian-conducted inspection we received a perfect score on all criteria to receive certification as a "CFA Cattery of Excellence" and a TCCI Supreme Cattery of Excellence." All cats are up to date on innoculations and are guaranteed free of Leukemia and FIV as well as any genetic defects. Written health guarantee provided. All kittens are free of both internal and external parasites and will have at least their first shot before leaving the premises. Cats from our family commonly live between 18 to 21 years.

Transportation. Because of the unusually calm and reasonable nature of our kittens, they have been shipped all over North America with no difficulty and we are happy to do so, conditions permitting.

Stud Service. To be absolutely certain of the health of our cats and kittens, under no circumstances are outside cats permitted on the premises, and therefore no stud service is available.

Price and Registrations. General price range is between $600 and up with exceptional individuals priced separately. References and photos are available. Our cats are registered CFA and/or TCCI and come with a 5 generation Pedigree. We guarantee our kittens to be pure and authentic Traditional Balinese of the highest quality.

Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about the Traditional Balinese.

Goals. Our goal in raising the Traditional Balinese is to keep this noble and highly intelligent breed alive and to share them with other Traditional Balinese lovers. It is extremely important to us that you and your cat are a 'love match' and, since we are fully acquainted with our kittens' individual personalities before they leave us, we can often match you with exactly the right kitten for your particular situation.

About the Breeder. Besides breeding Traditional Siamese and Balinese, Diane Dunaway is a best-selling writer who has published five books including her latest, LOSING THE WEIGHT OF THE WORLD - A Spiritual Diet to Nourish the Soul (Doubleday, April '97, Berkley '98), a nondenominational book helping people toward greater inner contentment even in the midst of busy lives filled with careers, chores, and children. She teaches at three California universities, is married and the mother of two children and two playful standard poodles, Rhett and Scarlett.

Tuesday, 27 May 2008

Bali Product - Bali active wear, bags and Bali for kids

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Together with the acceleration in the field of technology in which various tools are produced to support the process of handmade works, the world of Indonesian furniture grows significantly in terms of production volume, quality and quantity products, and the variety of product models and designs. Other support was given by Bali, a region in which multi-national people interact each others for various business and interests. Since the last two decades Bali has become a gate for businessmen from all over the world with local/national businessmen. Include with this category are our qualified furniture products of tables, chairs, cabinets and beds made from wood, rattan, bamboo and iron. Our models and designs cover both classic and modern.

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Friday, 23 May 2008

Absolute oceanfront in East Bali

if you are looking an opportunity to acquire an amazing ocean front villa at an amazing price, look no further.
this off-the plan development in Candidasa offers three bedroom villas on 8.5 are with sunrise and sunset views you don't get anywhere else in bali.
with the extension of the sunrise road East bali they are now only a good hours drive away from seminyak-and it will get even closer in the future.
the developer offers twodifferent villa design and allows you to custonize fitings and floors.all bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms and walk in closets. The overflow lap pools are 12 m long with large white palimanan decks and a jacuzzi at the end.
this villas come unfurnished.
A show villa is available for inspection.
please note: This amazing price is only valid for the first buyer. The photo is taken from a similar villa built by the developer in this area.
you can find this property at map reference R 43.
asking price: US$590,000
for more information, contact Seminyak office on (0361) 737-358

Thursday, 22 May 2008


Hotels in Denpasar, Bali
Bali's provincial capital has a small town feel to it. A few department stores and shopping centres , (Tiara Dewata, Matahari Dept. Store, Ramayana, Tragia Super Market) hotels, the Bali Museum, Art Center, and Badung Market. International services, like banks, hospitals and some consulates are located here. While most visitors stay in the beach resort areas of Kuta, Jimbaran, Sanur, and Nusa Dua, or tranquil areas like Ubud, Candidasa, and Manggis, Denpasar city has some good facilities and accommodation.

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US$ 27*/ night Now – 31 Mar '08
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Abangan Bungalow -
15 Rooms

Abangan Bungalow has 15 bungalows all equipped for 3 persons maximum. There is one family bungalow for 5 persons. All the bungalows have a beautiful view on the garden and/or on the rice field. Some of the bungalows are air-conditioned, the others all have fans. The bungalows are located in a lush garden, there also a swimming pool. There is a big parking area a longside the main building.

Akhyati Villas & Spa -
10 Rooms

Akhyati Villas & Spa is an executive private villa compound which is set in a landscape tropical garden overlooking to rice fields view at Umalas Village. this property offers a unique chance to experience the magical island of Bali in a relaxed setting. Akhyati Villas & Spa offers 6 (six) one-bedroom villas and 4 (four) two-bedrooms villas with a private pool. its presented with elegant furnishing with a comfortable bedroom, seperated living area and dining area. each villa is decorated in natural wood and cool terrazo, it is a truly private and exclusive environment amidst the serenity Balis natural landscape.

Athena Garden Villa - $$$$$
0 Rooms

Surrounded by countryside, each of the individual villas provides a comfortable and peaceful environment with complete privacy. You will find it an ideal place to quickly relax and get away from the stresses of your everyday life!

Bali Beverly Hills - $$
25 Rooms

Situated on the elite site of Jimbaran Hill over a 4 hectares piece of land and overlooking the Bali famous hallmark Garuda Wisnu Kencana or GWK Cultural Park. Featuring 25 individual luxurious villas designed with contemporary theme. Good lightings and wooden ceilings and floors add the romantic ambience and give the pleasure while enjoying the sunset view from the veranda.The one bedroom villa is designed for honeymooners or couples in love. The two and tree-bedroom units suit for a family or small group. The open living area is the center of the villa and private party can be arranged on the terrace with our trained staff to handle your can relax or enjoy a massage from our professionally trained Spa Therapists in total privacy. Massage can also be done in your over sized bathrooms, which is equipped with massage beds.

Hotel Bali Kembali - $$
0 Rooms

Bali Kembali is set in majestic gardens with a beautiful and ornate swimming pool. Only two minutes walk to a vast array of shops & restaurants and a five minutes walk to Sanur Beach which boasts clear white sand and a beautiful coral reef. Traditional Balinese Style Bungalows with all the Western comforts. Sone of the private bathrooms have even been created to give the effect of natural waterfalls.

Hotel Oranjje - $$$
56 Rooms

Hotel Orranjje is the only convenience Hotel where you are the Boss. It has 81 spacious guest rooms,ballroom that designed for bussiness meeting,conferences or seminar,capacity up to 200 persons.Other Facilities there are KORAKU Restaurant,Swimming Poll,Convention Hall, Laundry.

La Joya Villa & Bungalows - $$$$
8 Bungalows
Overhanging the Balangan beach and at only two minutes from Uluwatu and Dreamland, La Joya resort has been inaugurated in July 2003. It is composed of 12 bungalows and one villa and its private swimming pool, all with air-conditioning, a tropical garden and a panoramic view of the Indian ocean and the Balangan bay. A large swimming pool, its bar and its restaurant invite you to enjoy refreshments and to relax whenever you want.

Maya Loka Villas Bali - $$
13 Rooms
Conveniently located in Seminyak area, Maya Loka Villas offer their valuable guests a spectacular rural atmosphere of Balinese. Surrounded by private lush garden which create a common sense of relaxation for your mind specially created by using the simplicity of Balinese architecture emphasizing your stay in a truly paradise. Let your fancy free, consequently, only Maya Loka Villas could offer a relaxation for your soul and body make your unforgettable moments because it is touching your heart deeply. Maya Loka Villas is a stylish complex of 13 private villa compounds located in Seminyak, a vibrant area renowned for its excellent dining venues and boutique shopping alternatives. The property is close to Petitenget Beach for those who enjoy the sun or a leisurely walk at sunset. Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport is just a convenient 15-minute drive away.

Taman Wana Villas and Spa - $$$$
27 Rooms
The mountainside location at the edge of the Palasari Irrigation Dam, near The West Bali National Park, is only 90 kilometers, or 55 miles drive from Ngurah Rai international airport. Built on 8 hectares or 20 acres of naturally landscaped rain forest land, the resort is reached by traditional canoes from Greeting Post or by buggy from the mainland. The property overlooking the irrigation dam, lagoon, mountainous valley, terraced paddy fields and the sea.

Taman suci - $$
45 Rooms

Taman Suci Hotel Strategically located in the center of Denpasar. Ideal for business related purpose as well as for a holiday. Easily accessible to the business center of Denpasar and resort areas of Kuta, Sanur and Nusa Dua.Ngurah Rai International Airport just 20 minutes to the hotel.

The Graha Cakra Bali - $$$
37 Rooms
The Graha Cakra Bali is an oasis of rest and relaxation, reflecting the charm of Indonesian hospitality. Its location in the cultural and business center of Bali makes the hotel extremely convenient for tourists or business travelers

The Samaya Seminyak,bali is located on the quiet side of Legian Beach and bordered by The Indian Ocean. Only 30 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport,5 minutes from shopping and entertainment option in Legian, Seminyak and Kuta area. All villas are elegantly appointed and situated within two hectares of tropical gardens and designed to maximize guest comfort and enhance the sense of total privacy.

Friday, 16 May 2008

Bali Culture and Features

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Balinism : After the world, the mountains and the cardinal directions were created, and there were trees and flowers, a god made four human beings out of red earth, whom he provided with utensils to work with and houses to live in. Here, let's realize How the cycle life of Balinese. Hence we will known.

The Banjar, Social Hub of Village Life :
Bali is not a place where each seeks his own - it is a place that requires collective participation in almost every aspect of political, social, economic, and religious life. The extended family itself acts like a social organization, but beyond that the most immediate and intimate organization for every Balinese is the banjar.

Calonarang drama first appeared in fourteenth century Java, but it gained poplularity in nineteenth century Bali, Calonarang existed in Gianyar district in 1825.
Caste and Clan
Of all the aspects of Hinduism, Caste is the least understood and the most execrated. Caste is the social codification of dharma. Clan provides yet another social structure in Bali, sometimes overlapping caste division, sometimes forming a separate but equal network.

Cock Fighting
Cockfighting is a very old tradition in Bali, and before the Indonesian government banned gambling in 1981 the sport attracted huge crowds to the public wantilan arenas.

Family Life
In the real life on the island is not all spectacle as draws to the visitor's attention to large. People spend most of their time at home, doing the thousand-and-one trivial things that occupy families the world over.

The ceremony is called matatah or mapandes or masanggih. Sometimes the Indonesian "potong gigi"-"to cut teeth" will be used. It is an important category of the Panca Yadna ("Five Rituals") that every Balinese Hindu absolutely must have performed to insure an orderly transition of his or her spirit from birth to death and later reincarnation.

Topeng Balinese Dance
Topeng traces its roots to the golden ages of India and Java. The soties are about the early kingdoms of Bali and Java and serve to preserve genealogical histories for modern Balinese.

Witchcraft and Magic
Magic is an important aspect of Balinese culture that penetrates almost every act and through of most of Balinese people. Yet it is something that the casual visitor to Bali will probably never realize even exists.

Traditional Balinese Orchestra
Visitors to Bali almost always come away with the sounds of the unigue and flamboyant gamelan ringing in their ears. The tradition of the gamelan is certainly an old one. But nothing in Bali sutvives unchanged for long.

The Balinese Languages
we're in Bali it is not enough to speak Balinese like a native. To know aome basic linguistic rules and pronunciation hints, is to look some aspects of the language that offer clues to Balinese culture and society.

Rice and Ritual
In Bali a complex governmental and village infrastructure organizes and supervises rice growing and irrigation, and a large body or religious observations, prayers, ceremonies, offerings, festivals, and obligations penetrate all aspects of Balinese rice farming. Rice and rice ritual occupy a major portion of the time, energy, and money of the people of Bali.

Food and Spices
Bali has own character of cuisine's menus. It isn't far from the sea, and so fish is another source of protein. The favorite variety, or at least the cheapest, is dried or salted fish, if one lives away from the sea.

Drama Mask
Drama masks are used in four traditional Balinese dramas and processions (:Topeng, Barong, Wayang Wong, Calonarang). Their types used in this dramas depict humans, animals, and demons.

There are the family temples that Bali Hindus have temple in their homes. Each temple holds a festival, that range from a simple affair in a family home to a lengthy celebration with many performances and offerings attended by worshippers from all over the island.

Women traditional Balinese Drama details of female characters supply the romiantic interest and, in the case of the Condong, a lady in waiting, an element of humor.

Topeng is an important teaching device used to communicate history, philosophy, and moral standards in an entertaining manner. The most popular of topeng is topeng pajegan. As a Balinese word referring to one person enacting the roles of several characters, essentially a one-man show, through which the actor/dancers establishes his expertise.

Wayang Wong
The Wayang Wong is performed annually, usually in conjunction with the birthday celebration of the puta desa, the ancestral temple in each village.

The Exoticism of Eco-tourism
Tourists do not just come to enjoy the cultural attractions but also the beautiful geography of Bali. Besides, eco-tourism also has a part in the allure of Bali.

Flora and Fauna
Bali is part of an archipelago that has diverse flora and fauna. Wildlife, physical geography, many kind of Birds & plants, fruits, will be found in Bali.

Thursday, 15 May 2008

All You Want To Know About Bali Culture

Bali Temples
Balinese Dance
Bali Festivals
The Bali Aga

Bali culture is totally unique and permeates through every aspect of life. The influence of Hinduism the main religion is evident in the music, drama, art, costumes and festivals which take place daily.
You'll encounter a festival almost every day, celebrating the cycle of birth, death and rebirth. Anthropologists believe that the Balinese are descended from the ancient Chinese, the Indians and Arabs from the west, and others who came to the island directly or via Java.

Temples in Bali

Many of Bali's temples are many hundreds of years old and located in beautiful locations. Many have stories to tell which are of interest to people of all faiths.
(Bali Temples)

Balinese Dance

Dance is the medium which stories have been told in Bali for generations, the costumes are as elaborate as the moves - some of which take much training and agility to perfect.
You can watch many of the traditional dances which are performed several times weekly.
(Balinese Dance)

Museums in Bali

Such a rich history gives rise to historical artefacts which need to be housed properly, Bali has numerous museums which are open to the public to gain a greater insight to the past.
(Bali Museums)

Bali Events & Festivals

Bali has many colourful festivals throughout the year, the most important of which is Galungan.
Most festival dates are based on Bali's two unique calendars which have systems that are alien to the roman calendar so the dates change each year.
(Bali Festivals)

The Bali Aga

Shut away from the rest of the world until very recently, The Bali Aga have preserved their way of life well.
Now confined to just 2 towns in eastern Bali their way of life is in keeping with the past.
(The Bali Aga)