Vyt’s Line

January 23, 2012

Life in the Trenches

By Vyt Karazija The rain is so heavy that there is almost no room between drops. What little space is – Read More...
January 16, 2012

Full Stoppage Ahead

By Vyt Karazija Anyone who has visited Bali is struck by the number of ceremonies performed every day. From the – Read More...
January 9, 2012

After the Inferno

By Vyt Karazija The heat is sapping at just past midday, and I’m finding it hard to focus on work. – Read More...
January 2, 2012

The Secret Language of Survival

By Vyt Karazija Bahasa Indonesia is not the only language that Bali visitors must learn – especially if you drive – Read More...
December 19, 2011

Smoking Law Stubs Out Freedom of Choice

By Vyt Karazija There is nothing more pleasant than sitting in one of Bali’s thousands of open-air restaurants or cafes. – Read More...
December 12, 2011

Schoolies in Bali Struggle without Safety Net

By Vyt Karazija So I’m sitting there on a torpid Tuesday afternoon, slurping down my caffeine fix and watching the – Read More...
December 5, 2011

Shockingly Shoddy Workmanship

By Vyt Karazija My pool light hasn’t worked for a while. Eventually, I pull out the globe to have a – Read More...
November 29, 2011

Puzzling Packaging

By Vyt Karazija Buying food in Bali is an adventure. I’m not talking about those imported food and beverage items – Read More...
November 21, 2011

Lombokschwitz, Indonesia’s Ahmadi Shame

By Vyt Karazija The rising tide of religious intolerance continues unchecked in the great “secular democracy” of Indonesia. Diani Budiarto, – Read More...
November 14, 2011

Fighting the Fear Factor

By Vyt Karazija So I’m taking a short-cut home one night after a late dinner, and turn the bike into – Read More...
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