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    Watch Your Air Shipments with Air Freight Tracking

    Sending packages is now fear-free with air freight tracking. As long as you have the waybill quantity with you, you can examine the exact location of your cargo when it has not yet been delivered to its destination.

    There was a time when people weren’t too proud of freight services. Lots of have been tackled relating to lost, damaged or late packages. This is the reason why freight services are repeatedly growing their strategies of cargo in order to gain and retain the loyalty of their customers.

    One of the developments is air freight tracking. This method is made simpler now with using the internet. Most of those freight companies have their own websites already. You don’t have to go to their nearest branch simply to check where your package is at the moment. The method can be carried out by simply logging into the web and doing the tracking online.

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    The 9-Days of Christmas

    AYODYA Resort Bali Plans 9-Days of Yuletide Festivities December 24, 2017 Until January 1, 2018

    (12/3/2017)

    Product Update:
    AYODYA Resort Bali’s celebration of the Christmas and New Year spans 9-days starting on December 24, 2017 until January 1, 2018.

    A 9-Day Beach Party

    The sustaining event backing the extended celebration is “Big Shots – Road to New Year 2018” – a 9-day beach party held each day from 3:00 pm until 12:00 pm, extended from 2:30 pm until 2:00 am on New Year’s Eve. Admission to the party is free of charge with those joining the festivities urged to dress apropos for a casual holiday beach party. Enjoy a range of tempting food and beverage on offer while enjoying musical entertainment provided by the Island’s top DJs and performers. Among the DJs adding to the mix are Aspara, Jody Lynne, Scotty Cal, and Archie. Live performances are also booked by Bali’s talented trumpeter and bandleader Rio Sidik, saxophonist Martin, guitarist Riwin, The Soul Brothers, and the Crazy Horse Band.

    Also not to be missed is the beachside countdown to 2018 on New Year’s Eve that will include a glorious display of fireworks.

    While the 9-day holiday party takes place on the beach, a whole range of joyous activities are scheduled inside the 5-star luxury resort over the period:

    • Wednesday, December 20, 2017: Mark the start of the yuletide season by attending the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at the Java Hut. From 5:30 pm until 8:00 pm raise a glass of good cheer as the tree is set aglow at sunset. Join in Christmas carols offered by a Balinese church choir while eggnog, Gluwein and canapés are shared with friends, both old and new.
    • Sunday, December 24, 2017 – Christmas Eve: Enjoy festive ala carte selections at the Lagoona Restaurant, Waterfall Restaurant, and Octopus Restaurant. Advance reservations suggested.
    • Sunday, December 24, 2017 – Christmas Eve: Natal in Nippon! The Sunday Japanese Buffet at the Genji Restaurant available from 6:30 pm until 11:00 pm for only Rp. 399,000 net per person.
    • Monday, December 25, 1017 – Christmas Day: Not to be missed is the amazing array of meats and seafood from the Ayodya Resort Bali’s state-of-the art smoker buffet dinner from 7:00 pm until 11:00 pm. Priced at only Rp. 550,000 net per person.
    • Sunday, December 31, 2017 – New Year’s Eve Dinner: Ring in the new and farewell the old with a five-course degustation menu at the Lagoona Restaurant. Rp. 1,000,000 net per person.
    • Sunday, December 31, 2017 – New Year’s Eve Dinner: The Waterfall Restaurant features a special New Year’s buffet dinner and Balinese dance performance 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm Rp. 650,000 net per person.
    • Sunday, December 31, 2017 – New Year’s Eve Dinner Japanese Buffet at Genji Restaurant from 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm Rp. 650,000 per person.

    For bookings and more information:
    AYODYA RESORT BALI
    Jl. Pantai Mengiat,
    Nusa Dua 80363
    Bali – Indonesia

    Telephone: +62-(0)361 – 771102

    Facsimile: +62-(0)361 – 771616

    Email: info@ayodyaresortbali.com pr@ayodyaresortbali.com

    www.ayodyaresortbali.com

     

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    Mount Agung alert kept at highest level

    Mount Agung, as seen on Dec. 5, 2017. Photo via Sutopo Purwo Nugroho/BNPB

    Indonesian authorities have kept Mount Agung’s alert status at the highest level as seismicity remains high and the volcano is still emitting clouds of steam.

    A wispy white plume of smoke was seen coming from the volcano’s crater this morning, leaning eastwards, according to a tweet by Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, spokesman for the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB).

    “In conclusion, the activity of Mount Agung is still high and there’s potential for an eruption. Therefore, the status of this volcano remains at level IV, or danger,” said Devy Kamil, senior volcanologist at Indonesia’s Volcanology and Geology Disaster Mitigation Agency (PVMBG).

    Kamil said that cloud, observed at 8:48am this morning, that looks like a cigarette puff is “medium pressure.”

    “We will continue to monitor in anticipation of the accumulation of gas beneath the surface of the Mount Agung crater, for the potential of an eruption,” Kamil said, as quoted by Antara Bali.

    Gas released on Monday contained sulfur dioxide, according to PVMBG monitoring.

    “This indicates, that although smoke released by Mount Agung is white, there is SO2 content and magmatic activities are continuing,” Kamil said on Tuesday.

    The volcano’s alert status has been at the highest alert level for over a week now, after it was raised on Nov. 27, triggering an airport shutdown of nearly three days.

    While the airport has been open since the afternoon of Nov. 29, a number of airlines have continued to cancel flights either to or from Bali.

    Bali remains safe those outside of the exclusion zone of 10 kilometers from the crater, but tourism to the island has taken a hit with so many changing flight schedules and prospective travelers not wanting to risk traveling to the island without insurance and getting stranded by ash clouds—many insurance providers won’t cover upcoming Bali trips because the volcano is a “known event.”

    Meanwhile, the raised alert status has resulted in the displacement of an estimated 100,000 locals, who have had to leave their homes and livelihoods behind.

    Sources: https://coconuts.co/bali/news/mount-agung-alert-kept-highest-level/
    Re-posted by Pande

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