A JOYOUS WALK!!

How many times have you been sitting at the beach enjoying the view and a coffee or beer and someone said to you “do you live here?” Yes, you reply, “you are so lucky” they say. Lucky? More like blessed, to be living on the Island of  Gods, among the Balinese people, steeped in culture, religion and […]

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AYUSHA WELLBEING CENTRE

Located in an enchanted forest, Svarga Loka Resort in Ubud has created a major change by adding professional healing treatments to their services.  Aside from their charming spa over-looking the river they now have a second place, (Ayusha Wellbeing Centre), for treatments which include spring water colonics.  A new addition is a varied list of healers […]

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BRAVECTO / NEXGARD MOST EFFECTIVE FOR TICKS

Ticks are everywhere in Bali, and every Sunset Vet client will concur that it’s a constant battle to keep them off your dog. Not only are they unsightly, they can transmit life-threatening diseases such asEhrlichiosis and Babesiosis. Previously the weapons we vets used against ticks was mainly Frontline or Revolution spot-ons but they need to be applied monthly […]

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Cultural and Holistic Groups Rally to Sound Therapist’s Music Reconciliation Project By Heath Werrett

A former Capitol Hill US-Iran peace strategist gains local support from Bali community leaders as he launches an ambitious and unconventional project of reconciliation between the Middle East and Western world through the power of music. Now a Bali-based sound therapist and vocalist, Shervin Boloorian’s latest endeavour is a cross-cultural music activism project centred around a new Sufi-influenced album. Contained are sacred […]

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DRY DROWNING

Let me tell you David’s story. It happened a long time ago. Close on 20 years ago I believe. It was one balmy Bali evening and my pager buzzed to say that I was needed to evacuate a 12-year-old boy to Singapore following a near drowning incident in the hotel pool. Remember I am talking […]

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Growing Choko

‘Dear Garden Doctor, I found a long lost forgotten choko on the back of the kitchen shelf that had to my surprise sprouted a fresh set of leaves from the end of the fruit! I have since planted it into a small pot eagerly awaiting to see if it grows up whilst deciding where to put it in the […]

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July 19, 2017

Who Let the Dogs Out? Eating dog is something we would never do. It disgusts us, for all sorts of reasons. We also understand that this is largely a cultural issue. Eating man’s best friend is not generally a practice of people whose conditioning originates from what is now Europe. The issue has surfaced again […]

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July 19, 2017

Cubby House Kids Club – For Anxiety Free Family Holidays Much more than just a daycare centre and Bali’s most reliable and trusted option for babysitting, Cubby House Kids Club also offers weekly cooking classes, monthly themed parties and their comprehensive school holiday program is jam packed with a long list of exciting activities to […]

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July 19, 2017

Birthday Bash – Jenja (29 July) Jenja is a bit of a legacy amongst the young and young at heart as one of Bali’s most popular and successful venues.  The community is invited to celebrate Jenja’s third birthday and what a success story it has been with plenty of live music and DJs which attract the […]

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