Biznet Launched Biznet IPTV along with Inauguration of Kuta Branch

Biznet Launched Biznet IPTV , digital infrastructure company integrated in Indonesia, officially launched new feature that is Biznet IPTV, interactive TV service that show update entertainment with the best 4K resolution, that can be accessed from the New Biznet Fiber channel.


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Biznet IPTV is here to answer public needs on TV service that offers many advantages and convenience to support public digital lifestyle now days. as we know, IPTV is touted as a future TV service that has been awaited by many Internet users, because it offers services that can be personalized and interactive.

“Biznet always tries to presenting technology service that people need in this digital era. Quality of internet connection is one of factors that digital people have to have, no doubt. As digital infrastructure company integrated in Indonesia, we keep developing technology not only internet, but also all supporting services including Data Center, Cloud Computing, and now at last we launched Biznet IPTV service that is an internet based TV service with 4K resolution of quality,” said Adi Kusma, President Director of Biznet.

As an internet based TV with the best 4K resolution, Biznet IPTV offer many features and advantages that gives new experiences for customer in watching TV. Here are the features:

  • Catch-up TV A feature that make sure the customer do not missed their favorite show. Because with this feature, customer can watch their favorite show for the past 3 days without recording anything. Customer also can rewind or speed-up part of the show as they wish.
  • Video-on-demand A feature that gives customers the convenience of enjoying favorite shows without the need to leave the house, because they can watch favorite programs using the rental-based method.
  • Wi-fi Connected A feature that makes it easy for customers to connect IPTV with The New Biznet Fiber internet network.
  • Easy-to-connect A feature that allows customers to carry and move Biznet IPTV STB anywhere, so they can enjoy Biznet IPTV shows anywhere and anytime, as long as the customer is connected to the The New Biznet Fiber network.

Not only that, Biznet IPTV also presents other interesting features, namely Live Payment Channel, that offer convenience for customer to pay Biznet IPTV service every month. First, in Indonesia, Biznet present GO-PAY payment method in which customer only need to scan the QR code from the TV screen, without going out, so the payment process become more effective and efficient.

Biznet IPTV provides a diverse selection of shows where customers can enjoy more than 60 quality channels from various categories including Entertainment, Movies, Kids, Education, International, Sports, News, and also local channels. Biznet IPTV comes in two service packages namely Biznet IPTV Basic at a price of Rp 175,000 / month and Biznet IPTV Plus at a price of Rp 350,000 / month. Customers can also subscribe to the Biznet Home Internet + IPTV service plan, which can be enjoyed with prices starting from Rp 450,000 / month and bandwidth of 75 Mbps.

“We hope that Biznet IPTV can become a service that provides future TV entertainment for people who need the best entertainment shows supported by various advanced technology features,” Adi added.

By subscribing to Biznet IPTV, customers will also enjoy other advantages where one subscription account can be used for 4 Biznet IPTV STBs, without any additional costs. As part of the Biznet IPTV launch, Biznet also presents a 40% discount promo where customers only need to pay IDR 750,000 and get free all channels for 3 months. Biznet IPTV services can now be enjoyed by customers in several cities in Java, Bali and Batam, and will continue to grow in line with the process of expanding The New Biznet Fiber network. Full information visit biznetiptv.com

On the same occasion, after previously being successful with 9 (nine) branch offices in Bali, Biznet is now proudly officially inaugurating the opening of the newest Biznet branch office on the island of Bali, namely the Kuta Branch with its address on Jl. Merdeka Raya IV No 6 Kuta, Bali.

Kuta, known as the ‘heart’ of tourism in the island of the Gods, has several points of tourist attractions that have developed such as, Kuta Beach and Kuta Art Market, with a very rapid development of infrastructure.

Biznet Launched Biznet IPTV always strives to answer the needs of reliable internet and technology networks to support business and commercial activities in the Kuta area. We see how Bali is growing rapidly year by year, and are aware of the increasing need for high-quality Internet services, Data Communications and TV services, “Adi added.

Writer : Rilis Pers

Editor : I Komang Robby Patria

Source : https://news.beritabali.com/


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Bali Geckos Football Team

Known for their fun attitude to life off the field and sportsmanship on it, the Geckos have won many friends all over the Asian football world and beyond. Being the only team in the world that wears board shorts on the field helps cement the laid back, fun loving attitude that is typical of the Geckos.
History:

The Bali Geckos, formed in 1997, are the island’s Australian Rules Football team and have been active in developing and introducing the game to local Indonesians, traveling foreigners, kids the great game of AFL. We are proud to announce the new Pink Geckos as our new women’s team starting this year 2019.
Training is held on Wednesdays at the Geckos Club, housed within the resplendent confines of The Finns Recreation Club. Juniors run from 3.30pm, the women’s team start at 5pm while the Seniors take the field at 6pm.


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The Geckos host one the biggest football tournaments in Asia annually, “The Bali Masters” is in June this year with over 30 teams competing over 3 divisions to take home the best Masters team in Asia. This year the AFL Bali Masters carnival will be spread out over 3 days for the 35’s 47’s and Women’s competition.

The Geckos always enter the Asian Championships and have been runners-up 3 times to Asian powerhouses, Singapore and Hong Kong, but were joint winners in 2000 and 2002 when joining with Jakarta to form an Indonesian side.

In recent years the Geckos has seen a resurgence back to the top of Asian Footy with new Coach Rick Olarenshaw and Life Member Greg Hinchcliffe as President. The Bali Geckos recent success includes Division 2 AFL ASIA Champions 2016 and 2017, our new allegiance as the Indonesian Volcanos in 2018 proved to be very successful winning the converted Division 1 AFL ASIA tittle for 2018.

Our Masters team has proven to be just as successful as our Senior team, winning tournaments in Japan, Malaysia, Thailand and home here in Bali. This was all achieved in 2018 and we hope to repeat our performance in 2019!!

Bali Geckos football team training in Canggu club, pic Bali Geckos Instagram

The Bali Geckos home ground is the fantastic Finns Recreation Club that boasts a number of facilities. In 2019 we will be holding training sessions on Wednesdays with the aim of starting Auskick for the kids at 3.30pm. The Pink Geckos (our new women’s team) has seen big numbers turn up to training in their first year and is a great way to meet new people and keep fit.

The Seniors run from 6pm (5.45pm for warm up) again it’s a great way to meet like minded people on the island who are either passionate about AFL or keeping fit, skills sessions are generally followed a by a practice match for a bit of fun and to get a kick!! Happy Hour follows at the Finns Recreation Club and is a great way to socialize with other members of the Bali Geckos Football Club.


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Blue Bear Skateboarding Ubud accepting plastic bottles payments

Blue Bear Skateboarding Ubud accepting the payment option of 10  empty plastic bottles for the local habitants during the weekends.

This important decision has been announce on Friday 21/02/2020 by Blue Bear owner, Daniela Budi who explained, this step was carried out in order to sensitize the society  to better used plastic bottle and to cooperate with the local village garbage bank.


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It was done to target tourists who like skateboarding, as well as developing sports tourism and environmental education. We offer a place to play and hold competitions regularly to recruit local skateboarders.

According to Daniela, foreigners often play in his place, while only a few local residents. But local residents who want to play, just pay to use plastic bottles, every weekend

We deliberately combine this skate track facility with Italian and indo dishes and to offer environmental education, especially about maintaining cleanliness and reducing the use of plastic

 Blue Bear Skateboarding Ubud founded in 2018  is a vocational learning center, skatepark, music center, fun and coding + media hub, resto and cafe for everyone living or visiting Ubud. Integration between local community and expats.

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11 critical iPhone Security Setting Hacks to use Right Now

11 critical iPhone Security Setting Hacks to use Right Now

iOS offers more tools than ever to defend yourself against hackers, nosy sites, and other intruders. Here’s why they matter and how to benefit from them.

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If one object you own encapsulates who you are, how you think, and what you do, it’s your smartphone. Our phones not only contain our contacts and messages, but capture and store countless other metrics about our lives, from financial records to health data to myriad communications with everyone we know.

Smartphones also contain data about the places we go (and the routes we took to get there) as well as the searches we make and websites we browse (revealing what’s on our minds). Thanks to journal and to-do apps, they even document our goals, hopes, and dreams. And smartphones aren’t just data-retention devices; the apps and services we use on them broadcast data about us to third parties.

That’s why it’s so important to understand what privacy and security protections the smartphone you use offers—and to make sure you have such protections enabled. I’ve written before that Apple is unique among modern tech giants in that it builds its products with privacy at the forefront. But many of those protections and tools available on every iPhone only make a difference if you’re aware of them—and judging from my conversations with friends, many people aren’t.

If you’re an iPhone user, these are the security and privacy features you need to know about—and should be using.

Security code autofill

What it is: Many sites and apps—from Facebook and Google to financial services—offer two-factor authentication, or 2FA. With 2FA enabled, logging into a website or app requires both your password and a unique code that is texted to your phone number or delivered via an app such as Google Authenticator. You have to input this code in order to gain access to your account. Even if someone else has your password, they won’t be able to break into your accounts if they can’t get the code.
Your iPhone can enter texted security codes for you.

Your iPhone can enter texted security codes for youThe problem is many people choose not to enable 2FA, which has traditionally been a pain involving hopping back and forth and copying and pasting. So Apple introduced a feature in iOS 12 and higher called security code autofill. Now when you log into an app or website where you have 2FA enabled, you no longer need to navigate to the Messages app to retrieve your texted 2FA code. As soon as the text with the code arrives, it’ll be routed to the iPhone’s keyboard where you can just tap on the code to autofill it into the security field in an app or website.

Why it’s important: Apple eliminated the most annoying thing about 2FA, which means more people are now likely to adopt it. If an app or website offers 2FA, you should enable it immediately. Thanks to iOS’s security code autofill, 2FA will no longer slow you down.

How to enable it: Security code autofill is built into iOS 12 and higher, so you don’t need to enable the feature on your iPhone. When you get a text with a 2FA security code, it’ll be automatically routed to the code field on the app or website you are trying to log into.

You will, however, need to enable 2FA on any apps or websites you want to use the security feature with. I highly recommend enabling 2FA on every social media and financial site you use. You can see if some of the sites you use offer 2FA here.
Password reuse auditing

What it is: iOS has long had the Keychain, an encrypted password manager that saves your usernames and passwords so they can be auto-filled on apps and websites you log in to. But with iOS 12 and higher, your Keychain now has a password reuse auditing tool built in. What this does is identify every instance where you’ve reused a password for multiple sites and apps.

Why it’s important: Password reuse is a major security problem. Before iOS 12, if you used the same four or five password variations out of laziness across hundreds of sites and apps, you weren’t alone. Two recent surveys found that 59% of people use the same password everywhere, and 83% of people reuse the same password on multiple sites. If just one of those sites or apps gets hacked, your information anywhere else you used that password is at risk.

If you’re reusing passwords on multiple sites, cut it out—with your iPhone’s help.

Stop Reusing PasswordsBut now thanks to password reuse auditing in iOS, you have no excuse to be lazy anymore. You can see which websites you’ve reused passwords on and then give them unique passwords. However, that’s not the biggest advantage of this tool. The real advantage is that it visualizes how vulnerable you’ve made yourself by reusing the same password on multiple sites—and as we’ll see in a moment, you can easily create unique strong passwords for every site and app you use.

How to enable it: iOS’s password reuse auditing tool is a built-in feature in iOS 12 and higher. To see it in action, and to see which sites and apps you’ve reused passwords on, go to the Settings app on your iPhone, scroll down, and tap “Passwords & Accounts,” and then tap “Website & App Passwords.” This is where your Keychain is located. You’ll need to authenticate with Face or Touch ID, and then you’ll be taken to a list of your app and site passwords.

Any site or app that has an exclamation mark in a triangle next to it means you are also using its password for another site or app. If you see this symbol, tap on it. On the next screen, you’ll see a link that says “Change Password on Website.” This will take you to that site’s password management screen where you can change your password.

If you have dozens or hundreds of services that use the same password, creating unique passwords may seem daunting—BUT do it anyway. If you have a couple hundred accounts with passwords, just change 25 passwords a day for eight days, and then every account you use will have a unique password in little more than a week.
Automatically create strong web and app passwords

What it is: iOS 12 and higher also has a feature that will automatically create complex and unique passwords for websites and apps. These are passwords that are so complex it is doubtful anyone could ever guess them—even you.

Use strong passwords
If you can remember a password, it isn’t strong enough.

But you don’t even need to write these passwords down. iOS will automatically save them to your Keychain, and they will be synced across all your iOS devices and Macs, where they’ll automatically be filled in when you log into a site or app.

Why it’s important: As we’ve seen, even if you already have a pretty strong password, it becomes much weaker if you use it at multiple sites. But most of us don’t even have strong passwords. Generally, people choose weak passwords because they are easier to remember. But password managers, like the one built into iOS and MacOS, have made remembering passwords obsolete. Still, the problem remains that many people simply don’t create strong, random, and unique passwords. So now iOS will do it for you.

How to enable it: Next time you create an account in an app or at a website on your iPhone, when you select the “Create password” field, you’ll now see iOS has automatically inserted a unique password in the field. Tap the “Use Strong Password” button to use the recommended password, and iOS will automatically store it in your Keychain. iOS never generates the same strong password twice.
Set encrypted messages to auto-delete

What it is: iOS automatically uses end-to-end encryption on all messages sent using Apple’s Messages app. This means no one can read your messages except for you, and the recipient, not even Apple—even if the company is ordered to by a government agency. Yet end-to-end encryption won’t stop someone who has access to your phone from accessing your messages, which is why you should set them to auto-delete sooner rather than later. Once an encrypted message is deleted from your device, it is virtually impossible to recover (though a copy will remain on recipients’ devices until they delete it, too).
Automatically deleting old iMessages is a good security measure—and it saves storage space, too.

Why it’s important: By default, iOS will store all your iMessages on your phone forever—and they will be transferred to your new phone when you get one. But these messages often contain very personal communications with our loved ones or details that could make us or them vulnerable. For example, parents will often communicate with their children about their schedules and whereabouts, such as what time they will be at soccer practice. A third party who gains access to years worth of those messages could reasonably work out where your child is going to be and when. Other times, we’ll share sensitive information with our family or friends via text messages—like the code to our home security system if a friend is watching our place while we are away. This information would be invaluable to a stalker or thief, and there’s no reason a copy of it should be sitting around on your phone for years.

Beyond issues of privacy, years’ worth of text messages can take up an insane amount of space on your smartphone. Back when I had my text messages set to save forever, I looked at how much space they were taking up on my 64GB iPhone: 8.5GB! And I never go back and look at text messages that are more than a week old.

How to enable it: On your iPhone go to Settings>Messages>Keep Messages. On the next screen, you’ll be able to select to keep messages for 30 days, one year, or forever. By default, this is set to forever, but I recommend everyone set it to 30 days, or at the most, one year.

Use Safari

Using iOS’s default browser is a privacy measure in itself.

What it is: iOS’s built-in web browser.

Why it’s important: Apple has given Safari built-in privacy features that other web browsers like Google’s Chrome would never dream of offering. The most recent version of Safari stops advertisers from tracking you around the web, stops Facebook and Google from tracking your browsing history via like and share buttons, and stops websites from identifying you by “fingerprinting,” a technique that uses your device’s unique digital signature to identify it online. Safari also lets you manage if websites can gain access to your camera and microphone.

How to enable it: Safari is iOS’s default browser, so in order to take advantage of its privacy features, you just need to use it to traverse the web.

Audit and block apps that have access to your camera, microphone, location, and more

Audit and block apps that have access to your camera, microphone, location, and moreWhat it is: iOS offers you an easy way to see what apps you have given permission to access your camera, microphone, contacts, location, reminders, photos, health data, and more. You can also easily revoke an app’s access with the tap of a button.

Why it’s important: If you’ve decided you’ve given an app too much access to your info or hardware, you can easily revoke that app’s access at the system level, cutting it off from harvesting any more of your data.

Don’t give apps free rein over your data and device.
When considering if an app should continue to have access to certain types of your data or hardware, ask yourself if you use features in that app that requires such access? For example, if you never check yourself into places in Facebook, why should the Facebook app continue to have access to your location data (which it is then free to use in other ways, such as for tracking your movements)?

How to enable it: Go to Settings>Privacy and you’ll see a list of various types of data your iPhone holds, from location data to photos. You’ll also see items like camera and microphone in the list.

Tapping on any one of these items takes you to a list of apps that have requested access to that type of data, such as health data, or your iPhone’s hardware, like its microphone. To restrict an app from accessing that data anymore, simply toggle its switch to off. Now the app will be completely blocked from accessing that data or hardware. The only way it can regain access again is if you toggle its switch back on.
Block nosey apps from accessing Bluetooth

What it is: iOS 13 lets you block apps that have no legitimate reason to use it from accessing your Bluetooth connection.
Plenty of apps just want your Bluetooth data to track your location–not to connect to accessories.

Why it’s important: Bluetooth is a tremendous technology that allows us to wirelessly connect accessories to our iPhone, including anything from AirPods to game controllers. However, over the years, sneaky apps have found that by getting access to your phone’s Bluetooth connection, they can track your location in physical space. This is because the apps snag location data from what are known as beacons: small devices that can tell when you are nearby based on the Bluetooth signal your phone emits.

Beacons allow establishments to send location-based alerts to your phone, be they alerts for sales inside specific sections of department stores, or alerts guiding you around a museum exhibit. But apps have also been using these Bluetooth beacon location data to track you without your knowledge.

That’s why in iOS 13, Apple created a new privacy setting showing you just what apps are using your Bluetooth data and giving you the ability to shut off those apps’ access to your Bluetooth connection. For example, does that journaling app you see there actually need to access a Bluetooth device? If not, why should you allow it access your Bluetooth data?

How to enable it: Go to Settings>Privacy>Bluetooth. You’ll see a list of all your apps that have access to your Bluetooth data. Toggle the switch next to an app to off (white) to deny it access to your Bluetooth data.
Search more privately by changing your engine
Search privately by ditching Google.

What it is: By default, Safari uses Google’s search engine to return results when you do a web search. Google pays Apple billions every year to be the default search engine. But Apple also allows you to choose a different search engine, including offering the privacy-focused DuckDuckGo.

Why it’s important: Using Google for search just gives the company more information about you and allows it to better track your movements around the web. In the past few years, Microsoft’s Bing, Yahoo, and even underdog DuckDuckGo have improved their search algorithms; all three now serve results that are virtually indistinguishable from Google’s. I recommend DuckDuckGo, since its business model doesn’t rely on collecting data about you.

How to enable it: Go to Settings>Safari>Search Engine and tap DuckDuckGo.

Silence spam callers

Silence Spam RobocallersSilence spam and robocallers.

What it is: iOS now offers a feature that is charitably named “Silence Unknown Callers.” What it really does is stop robocallers and spam callers from annoying you.

Why it’s important: Spam and robocalls are a major problem in America. They lead to wasted time, productivity, and in some cases, higher phone bills. The problem is so pervasive, that YouMail’s Robocall Index says 4.7 billion robocalls were placed in January 2020 alone. That’s 153 million each day.

While carriers, states, and the federal government have taken steps to diminish the robocall scourge, Apple isn’t waiting around for things to get better through legislative initiatives. In iOS 13, the company introduced the “Silence Unknown Callers” feature that, when activated, will automatically send unidentifiable calls to your voicemail (which, let’s be honest, no one uses anymore anyway).

How to enable it: Go to Settings>Phone and scroll down until you see the “Silence Unknown Callers” toggle. Tap this switch so it’s on (green), and from then on, all calls from unknown numbers (ie: those not in your Contacts) will be silenced for good.
Quickly disable Touch ID and Face ID

What it is: Depending on which iPhone you own, you use either Touch ID or Face ID to unlock your phone without needing to enter a passcode. They’re handy but don’t offer the same amount of constitutional protections that passcodes offer. That’s why iOS now allows users to disable Touch ID and Face ID at a moment’s notice.
If worse comes to worse, you can disable Touch ID and Face ID.

Why it’s important: Thanks to Fifth Amendment protections, in most instances, law enforcement can’t compel someone to enter a passcode to unlock a device without a search warrant. But prior to 2019, some courts had said that biometric authentication methods aren’t similarly protected. In many states, that meant law enforcement could force you to unlock your phone using Face ID or Touch ID. However, that all changed in January 2019 when a judge ruled that law enforcement forcing someone to biometrically unlock their phone “runs afoul” of the Fourth and Fifth Amendments. But law enforcement aside, while Touch ID and Face ID are convenient, both leave you vulnerable to unwanted unlocks when you are sleeping.

How to enable it: Go to Settings>Emergency SOS and make sure the “Call with Side Button” toggle is on (green). Now, whenever you want to quickly disable Face ID or Touch ID, press the iPhone’s Side button five times. A screen will appear that shows three sliders: power off, Medical ID, and Emergency SOS. Below them will be a cancel button. Once this screen appears, Face ID and Touch ID are automatically disabled, and you’ll only be able to unlock your phone with your passcode (keep in mind, once you unlock it with a passcode, Face ID and Touch ID are reenabled).
In a worst case scenario, nuke your data
Deleting your data might be painful, but it’s better than letting it fall into the wrong hands.

What it is: iOS offers a feature that deletes all data on your iPhone if the wrong passcode is entered 10 times in a row.

Why it’s important: The contents of your iPhone contains personal and private details about every aspect of your life. If the worst happens and someone steals it, it’s good to know that with this security feature, the thief won’t have endless opportunities to guess your passcode. Once they get it wrong for the tenth time, all the data on your iPhone will automatically be deleted and can’t be recovered.

Yes, this is a worst-case scenario, but it’s better than having all your personal and private data in the hands of a thief or hacker.

How to enable it: Go to Settings>Face ID & Passcode (Touch ID & Passcode on an older iPhone) and at the bottom of the screen, toggle the “Erase Data” switch to on.

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Grab Launches Electric Car at Jakarta Airport

Grab Launches Electric Car in Indonesia  powered by Hyundai, however, the price is more expensive than online taxis that use conventional fuel.Introduced by President of Grab Indonesia at Terminal 3 of Soekarno Hatta International Airport, Monday (27/01/2020).For the initial stage also, the operation of the Electric Grabcar can only ordered from Jakarta International Airport with various destinations. .

However, there are  different rates between 10 or 15 % for Grabcar fares to Soekarno Hatta International Airport which uses conventional fuels and electric ones. Grabcar petrol cost  15 thousand to Rp. 20 thousand IDR  per kilometer, and will cost  Rp. 17 thousand to Rp. 22,500 with Electric Grabcar.Because the service is more exclusive, the car is also new, the actual power is also higher, the comfort is also better. We will have a slight tariff adjustment compared to Grabcar airport, that’s around 10 to 15 percent,The drivers who will be dressed in green were driving this Electric Grabcar will  follow training period first as there is a difference between driving a fuel-driven car with electricity. Grab hopes to have the  support the  government in creating environmentally friendly vehicle ecosystems


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Inaugurated of Public Electric Vehicle Charging Station on Thursday (1/30/2020).

The existence of this Electric charging station the adoption of environmentally friendly technologies and the concept of the Green Toll Road and other electric car charged stations [ SPKLU ] can be built in all areas of the Bali Mandara Toll Road entrance and in the future to have electric car charged stations all over in Bali

At this moment the electric car ecosystem, especially in Bali, has not well  developed yet. The construction of the Electric charging station needs  a concrete step of new regulations. . For the moment the Governor of Bali issued Governor Regulation  Number 45 of 2019 concerning Bali Clean Energy and Pergub Number 48 of 2019 concerning the Use of Battery-Based Electric Motor Vehicles. . Certainly not as easy as turning the palm of the hand.

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Travel Bloggers Dream Villa build in Bali

Travel Bloggers Dream Villa build in Bali With Influencer Money from Jack Morris  @doyoutravel, who currently has 2.7 million followers while Lauren Bullen @gypsea_lust, has 2.1 million.Travel bloggers who earn a six-figure salary from sharing their jet-setting lifestyle online have revealed the ‘Instagram-friendly’ additions they made to their new mansion in Bali, including seats that don’t get used and air conditioners in the walk-in wardrobes for constant outfit changes. In a YouTube video released on January 20 the lovebirds opened their house up to fans and showcased exactly how much thought and ‘custom made’ furniture was bought for the house.After renting villas in Bali for two years the couple took the plunge and bought a plot of land themselves, wanting it to be ‘photogenic’ and double as a backdrop for their Instagram pictures.

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t took about a year to build the house and it was a lot of work. We wanted it to be photogenic so that we could shoot content there.

‘I was very specific about making sure our house photographed well,’ Lauren added.

‘If I’m doing an Instagram Story job in the bathroom, talking about teeth whitening or something, I want the background to look good.’

‘We’re keeping the cost of the house private because eventually we want to rent it out. But it’s comparable to the prices of the nicer houses in Canggu,’ Jack said.

Prime real estate in Canggu, Bali, can range between AUD$350,000 and AUD$1million.

The 29-year-old confirmed to FEMAIL that the entire property was purchased doing sponsorship deals and creating branded content on Instagram.

The lovebirds previously said they won’t do a sponsored post for less than $3,000 USD ($3,948 AUD).

The most Jack has been paid for one post is $9,000 USD ($11,846 AUD) while the most Lauren has ever got from one snap is $7,500 USD ($9,872 AUD).

‘I did a job for a phone company where I flew out for three days; there were two days filming and then I had to do five photos on Instagram, and that was $35,000,’ he said.

‘We’ve even turned up to jobs before that which we’ve charged thousands for, and we’ve got there and they’ve been like, “your rates are so low”.’

Jack credited Lauren for designing much of the interior, which features the signature bohemian style she and her sister Ellie Bullen have become known for on social media.

He took a leap of faith seven years ago and quit his job as a carpet cleaner after deciding he needed some adventure in his life.

‘It was literally waking up one morning and I wanted to try something different. I flew out on my own with no plan and just wanted to see what came at me,’ he said at the time.

After two years of constant travel Jack decided to purchase a camera and document his travels under the brand name ‘Do You Travel’.

‘I basically created it to share my experiences, it wasn’t about making lots of money. I didn’t expect to make money or for it to blow up. But that created my new career,’ he said.

Lauren runs her own blog on the side – called Gypsea Lust – and the pair sell Lightroom presets to fans and fellow photographers to edit their photos with.

Global brands such as Royal Caribbean Cruises, Disney, Air NZ, AirBnB, Tiffany & Co have all approached the duo with work.

But Jack insists the pair only do sponsored posts if they support the brand, company or tourism board.

‘I was contacted by brands way before I started accepting offers. I didn’t care about making money, it was always just a project I did for fun. Eventually as I grew bigger some of the offers were too good to turn down,’ he said.

‘I only promote or post about the things I truly like or believe in, which is very important to me and why my posts resonate with so many.’

Jack did admit that the job can get overwhelming at times and that they do sometimes travel to places ‘for the sole purpose of a “gram worthy” shot’.

But you won’t find either of them complaining about the life Instagram has been able to afford them.

‘It is almost a dream. Being able to do what I want every day is nice,’ he said.

‘It is ideal, I never really expected to find someone I could share this with, so it worked out really well

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Hundred trash booms installed in Bali rivers

Hundred Trash booms installed stop to plastic pollution by Gary and Sam Bencheghib with German tech start-up Plastic Fischer who could be implemented around the world.

“Imagine watching the cleanup of the world’s most polluted river in real time,” says Gary, who hopes it will become the go-to platform to clean rivers around the globe.


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For now, his ambition is to install 100 trash barriers in Bali’s rivers to catch the plastic waste before it reaches the ocean.

Around 90% of the marine plastic transported by rivers to the ocean originates from just 10 waterways. Indonesia is second only to China as the world’s largest contributor of this kind of waste to the ocean plastic problem – with four of its rivers among the top 20 polluters globally.

Bali’s pollution problem is so bad the government declared a “garbage emergency” in 2018. Tourists arriving on the beach at Sanur, Denpasar, in April that year had to pick their way through the debris.

After the brothers’ two-week expedition rowing down the Citarum, Indonesia deployed military troops to clean up rivers.

Hundred Trash booms installed

Hundred trash booms installed makes a Change has partnered with German tech start-up Plastic Fischer to test out floating trash booms for rivers and smaller trash blocks for streams on Bali’s waterways.

Each day, the waste that’s captured is collected and taken to a mobile sorting station, where it’s washed and weighed before being sent off for recycling.

Trash booms are built using cheap, local materials – stainless steel and galvanized steel wire mesh, suspended from PVC pipes.

Karsten Hirsch, CEO of Plastic Fischer, says, “We are convinced that we need a cheap solution that you can build within a few days, that you can do it on your own and put it into every river in the world.

The launch of the first trash boom on a tributary of the Ayung river, Bali’s most important waterway, was attended by Dr. Ir. Safri Burhanuddin, Coordinating Minister of Maritime affairs, who praised Make A Change and reconfirmed the country’s commitment to solving its plastic pollution problem.

“The government has committed to the UN and the world that we have to reduce at least 70% of the marine litter to the sea by 2025…Gary has made a movement to make sure Indonesia achieves this target.

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Lamborghini and Porsche cruising on Nusa Penida

Lamborghini and Porsche Cruising on Sunday 12/01/2020 on the higher hills of Atuh Beach on Nusa Penida Island

who has now good road infrastructure, and could  be utilized by powefull luxury cars. Some of the fast cars such as Lamborghini and Porsche, tasted the character of the streets in Nusa Penida which is now wide, straight and curved. This makes the super cars can maximize the entire performance.


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This road trek in Nusa Penida is worth trying out and is very suitable as a tourist destination for sport car lovers and can feel the power of car acceleration due to good asphalt conditions.

Lamborghini and Porsche cruising

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Garuda Apologizes After Family ‘Detained’ for Grumbling

Garuda Apologizes After Family ‘Detained’ for Grumbling

Garuda Apologizes After Family ‘Detained’ for Grumbling

The latest in a string of problems state-owned Garuda was brought to light by a passenger claiming she and her family were “detained” following employee accusations that her husband had insulted the airline, prompting an apology from Garuda’s acting president director Fuad Rizal.


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On Sunday, the passenger took to Twitter to share her experience on a Garuda flight to Denpasar on Jan. 4. Her family, which included her husband and three young children, were flying business class.

The passenger explained that their flight was held back for almost an hour while waiting for the runway to clear at Ngurah Rai International Airport, at which point her eldest child asked to go to the restroom. However, the flight attendant informed her husband that it was not allowed for safety reasons and he returned to his seat.

Her son then began to complain of a stomach ache, which she said led her husband to panic and begin to grumble about Garuda to her. Their unpleasant experience might have ended after the plane finally landed, but the passenger claimed she was stopped from leaving the airport’s baggage lounge at the request of the flight’s captain.

The captain told Aviation Security (Avsec) officers to detain the family, allegedly because the husband had insulted the airline. During the exchange, the passenger made reference to members of Garuda’s board of commissioners, who she claimed to know and would call about the incident.

The captain then walked away and the passenger and her family were met with apologies from the ground crew, who issued a statement acknowledging that the incident was a case of “normal frustration.”

After the passenger’s Twitter thread had gone viral, Garuda Indonesia issued an apology yesterday.

“At this time, Garuda Indonesia is investigating the pilot involved to find out whether or not he has acted beyond his authority while on duty or according to procedure,” Fuad said in a statement received by Coconuts.

“We are in touch with the passenger in our effort to resolve the matter as best as possible.”


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P*** star Kissa Sins visits Bali in ‘search of herself’

P*** star Kissa Sins visits Bali in ‘search of herself’

Kissa Sins is on vacation in Bali! Images and commentary from Sins’s Instagram account and Youtube channel indicate that she has been traveling back and forth to Bali over the past couple of months in between other travels.
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“I sold all my stuff about a year ago and have been traveling around the world on an epic adventure searching for myself but I don’t even know what that means,” she said in a video on Youtube.
Kissa Sins In Bali Instagram“After an entire month in Bali it’s finally time for me to move on to another adventure!! Yesterday I made the journey from Bali to the Maldives and had a layover in Singapore where I ate allllll of the dumplings hahah I just kept ordering more and more dumplings it was delicious lol. And then had the most beautiful plane ride of my life from Singapore to Maldives… I don’t know how maybe because of traveling between different time zones but it was sunset for TWO HOURS!! And I had a window seat and just sat in awe of this gorgeous sunset for 2 fucking hours it was incredible. Today I woke up in The Maldives and I’m so happy.”


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Kissa has also shared her struggles with alcohol and drug addiction and said that she’s trying to overcome them in this ongoing journey. Enjoying free diving, yoga classes and the Bali swing, Kissa joins a many other world travelers looking to discover themselves on the Island of the Gods.

 

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Spending Christmas in Bali has been lovely. So far on my journey this year I’ve spent 4 months in Bali, almost 3 months in Mexico, 2 months in California, 1 month in Tonga, and a few weeks in The Maldives, The Bahamas, Hawaii, and Sri Lanka and about to spend a month in Costa Rica. I’ve become a freediving instructor, a yoga teacher, and learned so much about myself and the world and I couldn’t be more grateful and happy and excited for what’s next. It’s hard/weird for me to look at photos of myself from this time last year… I look like such a glamorous badass living in Hollywood as an adult star lol. I often wonder now… “am I still cool????” lol but looking back at this year it makes me realize the real me is just as cool as that LA girl last year. I know if I move back to California I’ll look at pics of me now and wonder the same thing 😂😂 crazy how we always want a different version of ourselves. This new year I want to become even more comfortable in my own skin and enjoy life even more!!!! I can’t wait to vlog my entire 2020 on my YouTube channel… I’m up for the challenge!!!! Love you guys thanks for letting me talk to you for the last 8 years. My social media family means a lot to me & even though people always say social media is evil YOU guys have always been good to me… you’re all so supportive and kind and I enjoy sharing my life with you all. Happy Holidays!!!!!! 😊😊😊😊😊😊 #bali #solofemaletraveler #life #excited #instablog #loveyouguys

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