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Friday, 23 April 2010

How To Get Bali

Want to Bali ??
With the increasing number of direct flight to Bali from some other parts of the world, it makes it easier to go to Bali. From Bali, flight to Jakarta is about 1.5 hours, to Singapore and Perth (Australia) 2.5 and 3 hours, to Hong Kong about 4.5 hours, and to Sydney/Melbourne about 5.5 to 6 hours, with various airlines offering their services. Please check at "airline info" for more information about flight schedules. Just make sure you look for "Denpasar (DPS)" instead of "Bali" in airline time tables. It is the capital of Bali. Or you can check your "Travel Agents" for more travel arrangements and accommodation.

Saturday, 10 April 2010

How to Detect Application Error and How to fix it

Windows part as well as in the Unix Shells systems, you will find the cmd.exe, an analog of 'command.com'. This file is located in C:/Windows/System32 folder.Cmd.exe and it can be run under local system account. This is a very important application as it can debug errors like the ACCESS_DENIED_ERROR which appears on the screen because of system service being poor.
When a registry or several registries in the windows are corrupted, your windows will quit as you to try to access software installed in the system. In such an event, windows flashes the error messages, and to fix the cmd exe error, you require a registry cleaner.
Now the question pops up, what indeed is the Registry Cleaner? What is its method of working? To answer these questions, suffice to say that it is the most effective method to remove all kinds of cmd exe error so that the computer can run smoothly with efficiency once again. You must however remember that the Registry Cleaner is not the solution to all kinds of computer problems but when you are trying to solve registry problems, this can be the right solution to see the computer get back to working condition.
Setting right the cmd exe error can be easily done with the help of registry cleaner software. If you try to fix cmd exe error, all by yourself you will find it difficult, because while removing the error if you damage the registry it will in turn seriously damage the computer. You have to clean the registry and all wrong and imperfect information should be removed in order to stop seeing cmd.exe error. When you scan the computer using registry repair software you will be able to detect problems in the registry which will enable you to safely get rid of them.
You must be well aware those unless you remove the error causing programs, or files having wrong or imperfection information in the registry, you will not be able operate your computer, and hence it is of top most importance to see that this is removed. May be while uninstalling some software or hardware some files have not been deleted which can also cause this message to flash on the screen. Hence check with a registry repair software and clean the registry for making it work efficiently.
Fixing cmd exe application error is easy to do with registry cleaner. If you scan your computer it will detect the errors in your registry and safely remove them.

Friday, 9 April 2010

Arak bali

Arak and Brem Bali is the most popular traditional drinks and also often used for religous ceremonies and parties.
A producer of Arak  and  Brem Bali since 1968. Fa' Udiyana is now world Known and it's brand Dewi Sri is served in Bali also can be found in Japan.
Mostly all restaurant and bars in bali listed our product into thier drink list with variously mixed coctail
Arak bali . . . . .
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Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Sell Gecko in Bali


This is one of the geckos that I have, out of 16 pcs. This gecko weighs starting from 2 up to 3 ounces.
For those who want to buy this gecko please contact
+6285921888605 / Email to yoga_marsella@yahoo.com
I am waiting for your call or email


Thanks

Saturday, 3 April 2010

Ramayana Story

The Ramayana

Ramayana is greatly inspires the Balinese. Many of their dances are based on this great story which is often depicted in a ballet.

The Balinese version differs from the Indian Version. It is told that Rama, as the first son in a family, was the heir to the Ayodya kingdom but the king's second wife, through her treachery forced the king to crown her own son as the King of Ayodya and asked him to send Rama and his wife into exile.

Because he respected his father, Rama went with his wife called Sita and his beloved younger brother, Laksmana into a forest called Dandaka. Usually the first act of the ballet depicts Rama and entourage in the heart of the Dandaka forest.

Rahwana, the evil King of Alengka, enchanted by the beauty of Sita, wanted to have her as his concubine. He sent one of his knights, Marica, to temp Sita by transforming himself into a golden deer. Sita, captivated by her curiosity, asked her husband to catch the golden deer.

The next act explains how Rama succeeds in hunting the golden deer but as his arrow struck the golden deer it transformed back into Marica. Meanwhile Sita heard a distant cry for help. Laksmana, who had been asked by his brother to look after his sister-in-law, tried to explain to her that the cry sounds very suspicious. But nevertheless, Sita was convinced that someone was in need of help. So she sent Laksmana to look for this person and to help whoever it is. In his desperate attempt, Laksmana asked Sita, no matter what would happen, to stay inside the guarding circle that he created.

Rahwana, knowing that Sita was protected by the circle transforms himself into an old priest. He approaches Sita and asks her for a drink. Sita, without hesitation, extends her hands beyond the circle to hand him the water. Rahwana takes the advantage, snatches her hand and takes her to his palace in Alengka.

On the way, Rahwana encounters a mighty eagle Jatayu. By every means possible, Jatayu tries to rescue Sita from the evil king but fails and is killed by Rahwana.

Rama and Laksmana find the dying Jatayu who tells them the whole story of what had happened to Sita.

In his attempt to release his wife, Rama seeks the help from Hanoman and his monkey soldiers. Hanoman finds Sita in the palace's garden. She had been asked by Rahwana to marry him but she would rather die. Hanoman convinces Sita that he is Rama's messenger and talks of a plan.

Rahwana catches Hanoman and burns his tail but in so doing, set fire to the palace's' gardens. The pyrotechnics can be very impressive.

In the last act, Rama and his troops are depicted attacking Rakhwana's palace. Finally Rama manages to kill Rahwana and therefore takes his wife back to his country.

The abridged version ends here but if you see paintings in Kamasan style based on the Ramayana story, you would notice that in the last of serialised paintings, Sita had to prove she was still pure, and had not been tainted by Rahwana, by plunging herself into a fire. Because of her faith in her husband, God saved her from the fire and she lived happily ever after with Rama.

The Indian version reveals a very different ending with Sita saved by Mother Earth, never returning to her husband.

Friday, 2 April 2010

The Art of Tropical Living the Art of Tropical Living Book Description

The Experience Balinese tropical living! Take an inside view of Bali's contemporary villas, resort bungalows, galleries and other striking buildings. Gianni Francioni has contributed to Bali Modern Bali Modern: The Art of Tropical Living the Art of Tropical Living as an author. "Gianni Francione" is an architect from Turin, North Italy, who has livedin Bali for over 20 years. He is inspired by tribal art and the vernacular architectural tradition of Indonesia, and has designed countless tropical homes.

Luca Invernizzi Tettoni has contributed to Bali Modern Bali Modern: The Art of Tropical Living the Art of Tropical Living as an author. Luca Invernizzi Tettoni, a world-renowned photographer who has lived and worked in Asia since 1973, specializes in books on aspects of Asian culture. Among his many books are "Balinese Gardens, The Tropical Garden" and "Thai Style," He currently lives in Singapore where he runs the photo agency Photobank.