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Thursday by indra



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TOP DRINKS

Sex on the Beach


Vodka
Peach Schnapps
Cranberry Juice
Grapefruit Juice

Quantities for one drink:
1 oz Vodka
3/4 oz Peach Schnapps
Cranberry Juice
Grapefruit Juice

Blending Instructions:
Half fill with cranberry juice and grapefruit juice, stir in highball glass

Cosmopolitan


Vodka
Triple Sec
Rose's® Lime Juice
Cranberry Juice
Quantities for one drink:
1 oz Vodka
1/2 oz Triple Sec
1/2 oz Rose's® Lime Juice
1/2 oz Cranberry Juice
Blending Instructions:
Shake vodka, triple sec, lime and cranberry juice vigorously in a shaker with ice
Strain into a martini glass, garnish with a lime wedge on the rim, and serve

Manhattan


Sweet Vermouth
Bourbon
Angostura Bitters
Ice
Maraschino Cherry
Orange Peel
Quantities for one drink:
3/4 oz Sweet Vermouth
2 1/2 oz Blended Bourbon
Dash Angostura Bitters
2 Or 3 Ice Cubes
1 Maraschino Cherry
1 Twist of Orange Peel
Blending Instructions:
Combine the vermouth, whiskey, bitters and ice in a mixing glass
Stir gently, don't bruise the spirits and cloud the drink
Place the cherry in a chilled cocktail glass and strain the whiskey mixture over the cherry
Rub the cut edge of the orange peel over the rim of the glass and twist it over the
drink to release the oils but don't drop it in

Lemon Drop
Vodka
Lemon Juice
Sugar
Quantities for one drink:
1/2 oz vodka
1/2 oz lemon juice
1 sugar cube
Blending Instructions:
Add sugar to the rim of an old-fashioned glass, and drop a cube or packet of sugar into the bottom of the glass
Pour vodka and lemon juice into a stainless steel shaker over ice, and shake until completely cold
Pour into the prepared old-fashioned glass, and serve

Serving with Old Fashioned Glass

Hurricane


Light Rum
Dark Rum
Passion Fruit Syrup
Lime Juice
Quantities for one drink:
1 oz Light Rum
1 oz Dark Rum
1 Tblsp Passion Fruit Syrup
2 tsp Lime Juice
Blending Instructions:
Shake all ingredients with ice, strain into a cocktail glass, and serve

Kamikaze
Vodka
Triple Sec
Lime Juice
Quantities for one drink:
1 oz Vodka
1 oz Triple Sec
1 oz Lime Juice
Blending Instructions:
Shake all ingredients with ice, strain into an old-fashioned glass over ice cubes, and serve

Screwdriver
3 oz Orange Juice
2 oz Vodka
3 oz Apple Juice
Blending Instructions:
Add orange juice first, then add vodka, and finally add apple juice and stir lightly
The pouring should do most of the stirring

Serving :Highball Glass

MOjito

Light Rum
Lime
Sugar
Mint
Soda Water
Quantities for one drink:
2-3 oz Light Rum
Juice of 1 Lime (1 oz)
2 tsp Sugar
2-4 Mint Sprigs
Soda Water
Blending Instructions:
Lightly muddle the mint and sugar with a splash of soda water in a mixing glass until the sugar dissolve and you smell the mint
Squeeze the lime into the glass, add rum and shake with ice
Strain over cracked ice in a highball glass
Top with soda water, garnish with mint sprig and serve

Margarita

Tequila
Triple Sec
Lime Juice
Salt
Quantities for one drink:
1 1/2 oz Tequila
1/2 oz Triple Sec
1 oz Lime Juice
Salt
Blending Instructions:
Rub rim of cocktail glass with lime juice, dip rim in salt
Shake all ingredients with ice, strain into the salt-rimmed glass, and serve

White Russian

Vodka
Coffee Liqueur
Light Cream
Quantities for one drink:
2 oz Vodka
1 oz Coffee Liqueur
Light Cream
Blending Instructions:
Pour vodka and coffee liqueur over ice cubes in an old-fashioned glass
Fill with light cream and serve

Pina Colada

Light Rum
Coconut Milk
Pineapple Juice
Crushed Ice
Quantities for one drink:
3 oz Light Rum
3 Tblsp Coconut Milk
3 Tblsp Pineapple Juice
Crushed Ice
Blending Instructions:
Put all ingredients into an electric blender with 2 cups of crushed ice
Blend at a high speed for a short length of time
Strain into a collins glass and serve with a straw

Bloody Mary

Vodka
Tomato Juice
Lemon Juice
Worcestershire Sauce
Tabasco Sauce
Lime
Quantities for one drink:
1 1/2 oz Vodka
3 oz Tomato Juice
1 Dash Lemon Juice
1/2 tsp Worcestershire Sauce
2-3 Drops Tabasco Sauce
1 Wedge Lime
Blending Instructions:
Shake all ingredients (except lime wedge) with ice and strain into an old-fashioned glass over ice cubes
Add salt and pepper to taste
Add the wedge of lime and serve

Blue Margarita

1 teaspoon coarse salt
4 ounces Tequilla
2 ounce Triple Sec
2 ouncees freshly squeezed lime juice
2 ounces blue Curacaco
2 teaspoons superfine sugar
2 1/4-inch slices star fruit for garnish
1 lime, cut into wedges

Fill a cocktail shaker halfway with ice. Place Tequilla, Triple Sec, lime juice, blue Curacaco, and sugar in the shaker; shake hard for 30 seconds. Fill the prepared glasses with ice cubes. Strain the margarita into the salt-rimmed margarita glasses. Garnish each with a slice of star fruit or a lime wedge.

Long Island Iced Tea

Vodka
Tequila
Light Rum
Gin
Coca-Cola
Lemon Peel
Quantities for one drink:
1/2 oz Vodka
1/2 oz Tequila
1/2 oz Light Rum

1/2 oz Gin
1 Dash Coca-Cola
Twist of Lemon Peel (or Lime)
Blending Instructions:
Mix all contents in a highball glass and sitr gently
Add dash of Coca-Cola for the coloring and garnish with lemon or lime twist

Singapure Sling

juice of 1/4 lemon
1/2 measure gin
1 measure cherry brandy
Soda water to top up

Shake the ingredients well with ice, strain into a tumbler.
Top up with soda water and add a lump of ice.
Decorate with cocktail cherries and a lemon slice.
Serve with straws.

Tequila Sunrise

1 3/4 measures tequilla
3 1/2 measures orange juice
1/2 measure grenadine

Stir the tequila and orange juice with ice cubes in a shaker or jug and strain into a tall tumbler.
Add ice cubes then slowly pour in the grenadine.
Allow the settle, but stir once before drinking.

B-52

10 ml Kahlua coffee liqueur
10 ml Irish cream liqueur
10 ml Grand Marnier
Layer in the order given in shot glass.
Turn out the lights and ignite the Grand Marnier! Imbibe!


Pletok by malesbgt.com



Bahan-bahan yang diperlukan

- 1 Buavita* 250ml
- 1 Kaleng bir 330ml
- 1 Kratingdaeng
- 1 Kaleng Sprite 330ml
- 1 botol John Roben Vodka (vodka termurah di hero, Rp.10.000)

*Buavita bisa di sesuaikan dg selera anda,tapi dalam contoh ini kita gunakan buavita rasa jeruk
Bahan diatas untuk meracik kuranglebih 1,5 sampai 2 liter pletok

Cara meracik:
1.Pertama-tama, ambillah wadah yang kira-kira volumenya cukup untuk menampung semua ini. Volumenya kira-kira 1,5 sampai 2 liter.
2.Lalu tuanglah seluruh isi Kratingdaeng sampai kosong botolnya.
3.Tuang juga isi Buavita, tapi dikira2 aja, kurang lebih sebanyak kratingdaeng.
4.Terus seluruh isi Sprite juga...
5.Terus Bir juga...semuanya
6.Nah ini nih..intinya..jadi lo pertama tuangin dulu vodkanya, jgn terlalu banyak, terus lo cicip dulu..ampe kira-kira menurut lo pas
7.Pas udah kecampur semua, lalu aduk campuran hingga merata.
8. Sudah jadi nih pletoknya, bisa langsung diminum, tapi lebih enak kalo dikasih es batu.
9.Pletok siap dinikmati dingin-dingin

Selamat menikmati

Perlu diperhatikan
Hati-hati dalam mencoba takaran vodka dan mencicipinya, karena reaksinya sangat lambat, jadi bila anda cicip dikit gitu, mungkin baru terasanya belakangan gitu. Nanti bisa-bisa lo udah mabok duluan pas nyicipnya. Jadi bila belom terasa jangan terus tambahin vodkanya,nanti jadi terlalu keras gak enak. Itulah enaknya, lo minum terus tapi gak terasa, eh belakangan tiba-tiba udah mabok aja.

Tapi kalo lo mau licik sama temen-temen lo sih boleh juga. Lo minta aja supaya elo yang nyicipin terus, jadi lo bisa mabok duluan..kan enak..gak usah takut keabisan pletoknya.

mabok-mabok lagi deh hehehe.........

have you taste these coctail drinks? what do you think???
please describe it.......

Indonesian Cuisine

by indra

One of the great things about Jakarta is the variety of cuisine from around the Archipelago. Just to get you started, below we have outlined some of Indonesia's most popular dishes:

Nasi Goreng


Nasi goreng (Indonesian for fried rice). Literally nasi means rice and goreng means fried. The dish is often accompanied by additional items such as a fried egg, fried chicken, satay, vegetables or krupuk (fried crackers / chips made of shrimp or vegetables). In many restaurants, when accompanied by a fried egg, it is sometimes called the nasi goreng special.

Nasi goreng can be eaten at any time of day, and many Indonesians eat nasi goreng for breakfast, often using leftovers from the previous day's dinner. The rice used to make nasi goreng should be cooked ahead of time and left to cool down (so it is not soggy), which is one reason to use rice cooked from the day before.[1] Nasi goreng is a complete meal in itself, but sometimes it is also part of a banquet.

The main ingredients for the plain nasi goreng include pre-cooked rice, soy sauce, garlic, shallot and some spring onions for garnishing. For the special one, add fried egg, a cracker, and slices of raw tomatoes or cucumbers.

Nasi goreng can also be found in restaurants in western countries, such as in Chinese and Indian ones, but with local adaptation (for instances, by adding curry seasoning). In the Netherlands, Indonesian-Chinese restaurants may offer nasi goreng spiced to suit Dutch taste. In The Netherlands and Flanders, the word nasi goreng is often used for any Asian style of fried rice.

Nasi campur

Nasi Campur, literally meaning mixed rice, is a delicious classic Indonesian favorite that consists of rice topped with various meats, vegetables, peanuts, egg and fried-shrimp chips, and it is a staple meal of the country. The Balinese version of mixed rice has several kinds of dishes (grilled tuna, fried tofu, cucumber, spinach, tempe, beef cubes, vegetable curry, corn, chili sauce) on the top. Mixed rice is often sold by street vendors, wrapped in banana leaf.


Mie Goreng

Bakmie means noodles. Variation on Nasi Goreng only this time using egg noodles but not usually served with satay.


Masakan Padang

Indonesia's original fast food, all dishes are precooked and served. You are billed for what you eat. Beef Rendang (beef simmered in coconut curry) is out of this world.




ES Campur

Shaved ice with a variety of seasonal fruits and jellied candies, topped with boiled palm sugar.


Martabak

Somewhat similar to an omelet, usually filled with minced lamb and vegetables. Often served as an appetizer or accompaniment


Terang Bulan

Literally Full Moon, this dessert is prepared only at night at hawker stands. There are many varieties of this dessert but the chocolate ones are Absolutely sinful.


Satay Kambing

Goat satay. Usually served with a sweet soy sauce, no wedding buffet in Indonesia is complete without this all-time favourite.


Rujak

Featuring un-ripened fruit, mangoes, apples, pineapple and so on mixed with a thick sweet, sour and HOT sauce that women seem to prefer more than men.


Ayam Goreng

Fried chicken. The Colonel had better watch his backside. Indonesia has several fried chicken emporiums that put paid to KFC.





Soto Ayam

This is Indonesia's version of chicken noodle soup. Almost a meal unto itself.





Sop Buntut

Oxtail soup (with the oxtail). Hearty soup always served with a side of white rice.





Bakso

Bakso literally means meatballs, made of beef, and served in boiling hot soup with mung bean-thread noodles, green vegetables, shredded cabbage, and various sauces (chili, tomato). This version from Solo has super-sized meatballs, the size of tennis balls. Also known as Bakso Tenis. Bakso is a Chinese-influenced dish, but has become a popular snack throughout Indonesia.


Sambal

Chili. Since most families have a Sambal recipe passed down from generation to generation (think Korea and Kimchee) there's a good chance that there are more types of Sambal concoctions than there are dialects in Indonesia. Some sweet, some hot, some lethal. All are delicious.


Gudeg Jogja

Young jackfruit and hardboiled egg stew, very sweet. This is usually accompanied by a side of beef skin stew





have you taste these foods? what do you think???
please describe it.......

Wine Talk

Sunday by indra



“Wine is the drink of the gods, milk the drink of babies, tea the drink of women, and water the drink of beasts.” (John Stuart Blackie)

Wine expansion recently can be used as a socialization utilities, it has the capable to shows own social class. Wine devotees in Jakarta itself are very limited to a very certain realm. This can be understood due to wine valued as IDR 200.000, - to IDR 500.000, - and these are just middle wine class. Then how about wine which has been valued as premium class which priced to more than IDR 10.000.000, - ? wow..

The Secret Intimacy of Wine.
Sensational of satisfaction can be felt while enjoying wine. Satisfying feeling to a friendly romantic of a drink, these are the feelings that have been wanted by anyone. The privilege of a wine is not only depends on the quality, but also on the ambience of it surrounding area. This is what you call the privy of a wine

What is it?
Wine is an alcoholic drink made pure form grapevine extract genre Vitis Labrusca which used much in US and genre Vitis Vinifera is used much in Europe, Both genre can be grow only in 30 to 50 degree north and south latitude, but some alcoholic drinks are made from 8% to 15% of alcohol dry measure which best known as Fruit Wine. Now, how about production method of wine? Wine is plough way through sugar fermentations within grapevine. These drinks consist of some sort, which will be explained as followed. It doesn’t have to be memorized; at least you know what kind of wine you’ve been drinking of.

** Red Wine adalah wine yang dibuat dari anggur merah (red grapes).Yang masuk dalam kategori red wine adalah Cabernet Franc, Carmenere, Pinot Noir dari Bordeaux, Prancis; Cabernet Sauvignon merupakan jenis terbaik dari California; Merlot dari Saint Emilion; Malbec dari Prancis tenggara yang dikenal juga dengan sebutan Cot; Syrah/ Shiraz jenis terbaik dari Roma; Carignan dari Prancis; Sangiovesse dari Chianti dan banyak terdapat di Itali bagian tengah; Zinfandel dari California; Montepulciano paling banyak ditemui di Italia bagian tengah dan timur serta Nebbiolo yang dikenal dengan nama Spanna atau Chiavennasca, merupakan salah satu red wine terbaik di Italia.

** White Wine adalah wine yang dibuat dari anggur putih (white grape). Beberapa jenis anggur putih yang terkenal di kalangan peminum wine di Indonesia adalah Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon dan Chardonnay yang berasal dari Bordeaux, Prancis; Riesling dan Gewurztraminer dari Jerman; Moscatel of Alejandria dari Afrika Selatan dan Spanyol serta Viognier dari Roma.

** Rose Wine adalah wine yang berwarna merah muda, dibuat dari anggur merah namun dengan proses ekstraksi warna yang lebih singkat dibandingkan dengan proses pembuatan Red Wine. Di daerah Champagne, kata Rose Wine mengacu pada campuran antara White Wine dan Red Wine.

** Sparkling Wine adalah wine yang mengandung cukup banyak gelembung karbondioksida di dalamnya. Sparkling Wine yang paling terkenal adalah Champagne dari Prancis. Hanya Sparkling Wine yang dibuat dari anggur yang tumbuh di desa Champagne dan diproduksi di desa Champagne yang boleh disebut, dan diberi label Champagne.

** Sweet Wine adalah wine yang masih banyak mengandung gula sisa hasil fermentasi (residual sugar) sehingga rasanya menjadi manis.

** Fortified Wine adalah wine yang mengandung alkohol lebih tinggi dibandingkan dengan wine biasa (antara 15% hingga 20,5%). Kadar alkohol yang tinggi ini adalah hasil dari penambahan spirit pada proses pembuatannya.

Wine Glossary
** Aftertaste ialah rasa yang tinggal di dalam mulut setelah mencicipi atau menelan wine. Merupakan salah satu faktor terpenting dalam menilai karakter wine.
** Balance ialah istilah yang digunakan bila elemen-elemen yang ada pada wine terasa harmonis atau tidak ada yang mendominasi.
** Elegant ialah kata yang digunakan untuk mendeskripsikan wine yang baik.
** Fermentation ialah proses perubahan gula menjadi alkohol dan karbondioksida; mengubah jus anggur menjadi wine.
** Peak ialah waktu di mana sebuah wine memiliki rasa terbaiknya, sangat subyektif.
** Vintage Date ialah untuk mengindikasi tahun pembuatan wine.


Did You Know?
** Berdasarkan penelitian, manusia telah membuat minuman anggur sejak sekitar lima ribu tahun yang lalu.
** Anggur adalah minuman yang populer di banyak negara. Negara-negara yang penduduknya meminum anggur paling banyak (menggunakan data tahun 2000) antara lain Perancis, Italia, Amerika Serikat, Jerman, Spanyol, Argentina, Britania Raya, Tiongkok, Rusia, dan Rumania.
** Jika tolak ukur yang digunakan adalah angka per orang atau per kapita, daftar tersebut menjadi: Luxemburg, Perancis, Italia, Portugal, Kroasia, Swiss, Spanyol, Argentina, Uruguay, dan Slovenia.
** Anggur dibuat di banyak negara. Negara-negara yang membuat anggur terbanyak (menggunakan data tahun 2000) antara lain: Perancis, Italia, Spanyol, Amerika Serikat, Argentina, Jerman, Australia, Afrika Selatan, Portugal, dan Chili.

Where to find fine wines?

LOUNGE


PURO
Italian restaurant and bar dengan wine lounge bernuansa warna putih yang stylish dan elegan. Berawal dengan bersantap di restonya, dan berlanjut dengan bersantai di lounge yang cozy.
** City Plaza at Wisma Mulia, Jl. Jend. Gatot Subroto Kav.42, Jakarta 12710. Tel (62 21) 5297 1234.

MOJITO
Menghadirkan konsep wine dan kawan-kawannya, yaitu cocktails dan cigar. Tatanan interiornya yang sangat nyaman dapat membuat Anda lupa waktu.
** Parking Area Plaza Senayan Lt. 5, Jl. Asia Afrika No.8, Jakarta Selatan 12190. Tel (62 21) 572 5245.

SAMARRA
Resto dan lounge dengan lounge ambiance dan dekorasi bernuansa Timur Tengah yang bernuansa mistik dan tiada duanya.
** Jl. Kebon Sirih Raya 77, Jakarta Pusat. Tel (021) 7088 3366, 392 0384.

OAK ROOM
Wine bar dengan nuansa English gentlemen club yang authentic. Selalu ramai dengan eksekutif dan ekspatriat yang ingin bersantai sambil menikmati wine dan liqueur.
** Hotel Nikko Jakarta, Jl. M.H.Thamrin 59, Jakarta 10350. Tel (62 21) 230 1122.

THE NINE MUSES CLUB
Resto, bar, sekaligus wine lounge untuk menikmati penampilan dari musisi Jazz paling bertalenta di kota ini. Sangat classy dan intimate.
** Jl. Wijaya I No.25, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan. Tel (62 21) 722 1188.

STORE & LOUNGE

VINO EMBASSY
Toko sekaligus lounge yang sulit untuk ditinggalkan oleh para pecinta wine. Koleksi wine di tokonya sangat lengkap dan lounge-nya sangat cozy untuk bersantai maupun untuk berbisnis.
** Jl. Kemang Raya No.67, Jakarta 12730. Tel (62 21) 7191 333.

CONNOISEUR
Berawal dari wine shop yang melebarkan konsep menjadi lounge. Selalu ada program wine tasting yang sangat sayang untuk dilewatkan.
** Cilandak Town Square, Ground Floor Unit 024, Jl. T.B. Simatupang Kav.17, Jakarta 12430. Tel (62 21) 7592 0355.

CORK & SCREW
Menggebrak dengan wine concept yang dihadirkannya dan langsung menjadi tujuan semua orang saat weekend maupun hari biasa. Reservasi sangat dianjurkan.
** Wisma Kodel, Ground Floor, Jl. H.R.Rasuna Said Kav.B-4, Jakarta 12920. Tel (62 21) 5290 2030.

VIN+
Salah satu pelopor wine concept yang kini menjamur di Jakarta, dan masih tergolong hip hingga sekarang berkat lounge-nya yang oh-so cozy.
** Jl. Kemang Raya No.45B, Jakarta Selatan 12730. Tel (62 21) 7179 2577.

RESTAURANT

EMILIE
French resto ini baru saja meraih The Award of Excellence dari Wine Spectator sebagai salah satu resto yang memiliki daftar wine yang paling outstanding di dunia, sekaligus yang pertama di Jakarta! Tidak ada alasan untuk melewatkan resto yang satu ini.
** Jl. Senopati No.39, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan 12910. Tel (62 21) 521 3626.

RUSTIQUE
Dengan konsep wine and grill, menawarkan pengalaman bersantap yang imajinatif lewat interior yang bernuansa rustic sekaligus elegan dan menu yang berkualitas.
** Plaza Senayan Level P4 #413, Jl. Asia Afrika No.8, Jakarta Selatan 10270. Tel (62 21) 5785 2760.

FLEURIE
French resto yang baru saja merenovasi diri dan kini hadir dengan tatanan interior yang anggun dan elegan. Jangan lewatkan daftar wine dan menu raw bar-nya yang menggoda.
** Plaza Senayan Level P4, Jl. Asia Afrika No.8, Jakarta Selatan 10270. Tel (62 21) 572 5813.

CAPITAL GRILLE
Dari namanya Anda pasti dapat apa yang menjadi hidangan andalannya, disamping daftar wine yang cukup lengkap dan nuansa modern kontemporer yang minimalis dan chic.
** Jl. Senopati No. 54, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan. Tel (62 21) 725 0002, 7279 9268.

LARA DJONGGRANG
Dengan konsep imperial Indonesian cuisine, Lara Djonggrang menghidupkan sang legenda kembali lewat resto dan bar yang sangat menarik dan interior yang menakjubkan.
** Jl. Teuku Cik Dik Tiro No.4, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat. Tel (62 21) 315 3252.

Cruise Ship Agent (agent kapal pesiar)

Wednesday by indra


Lots of young people dream about working at sea and especially on cruise ships (cruiseliners), but few can imagine what cruise jobs are really like. The reality is that candidates for cruise ship employment have to realise that they are applying for a job, not a holiday!

If we are accepted at their interview with a representative of a particular cruise line we cannot choose the cruise ship or the trading area but must strictly comply with the requirements of the Cruise Line which hired us.

New crew members on a cruise ship have to undergo some degree of training after joining the ship, and must accept discipline and various restrictions (e. not to enter the passenger area when not on duty). Our supervisors will expect us to work hard with a permanent smile on our face. On the other hand, cruise ship work gives young people a good income and the chance to visit a variety of beautiful and exotic places.

Recruitment Agents:

PT. Ratu Oceania Raya (Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises)
Email: herfiandi@cbn.net.id
Address:
Bintaro Trade Centre
Blok B2 No.5
Sektor 7, Bintaro Jaya
Tangerang 15224
Phone: 62 21 745 3381 / 745 3433
Fax: 62 21 745 4281

SBI Menara Sudirman Lt. 16 (Holland America)
Jl. Jendral Sudirman Kav. 60 Jakarta
Telp.62 21-5227717

PT. Meranti Magsaysay (costa cruise, aida, princes and Star cruise)
Graha Bintang Lt I
Jl. Teluk Betutu No.5
Dukuh Atas Jakarta Pusat
Telp. 62 21-3908893

CTI Jakarta (Carnival Cruise line)
Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. B-7, Lt. 2, No. 206
Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12950
Telp. 62 21-5204287

CTI Yogya (Carnival Cruise line)
Jl Babadan 497 RT 18/RW17
Banguntapan Yoygyakarta
Telp. 62 274 517375

Indomarina (kapal putih)
Jl. Wahid Hasyim No. 1, Menteng,
Jakarta Pusat 10310
Telp. 62 21-39837539

Papamitsos (kapal putih)
Gedung Muzatek Blok C-1, Lt. 9.
Jl. Sukarjo Wiryopranoto No. 30-36
Wisma Sawah Besar
Jakarta Pusat 10120
Telp. 62 21-3811220

Panatara Damas (Norwegia Cruise line)
Jl. Tebet Barat Dalam Raya No. 79 A
Jakarta Selatan 12810
Telp. 62 21-8309588

Aweidhia Jakarta Group
Jln.Warakas II No.1
Jakarta
Indonesia
Tel: +62 21 43937204
Fax: +62 21 43906856

Bahana Galang Jaya
Jl. Brigjen Katamso Km.6
Tanjung Uncang
Batam Island
Indonesia
Tel: +62 778 394815
Fax: +62 778 394814

Bosso Mario Co
Jln. Cilincing Bakti VI No. 28
Jakarta 14120
Indonesia
Tel: +62 21 44835163
Fax: +62 21 44832390

Hotelier Aagency Indonesia
Patra Office Tower
3rd Fl Suite 314
JL. Gatot Subroto 32-34
Jakarta 12950
Indonesia
Tel: +62.21.52901191
Fax: +62.21.52901191

JAM Worldwide
JAM Worldwide / PT. Jasa Adi Mandiri
Wisma Dharmala Sakti Building
19th Floor
Jl Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 32
Jakarta 10220
Indonesia
Tel: +62 (0) 21 5737979
Fax: +62 (0) 21 5708144

Java Marine Services, Ltd
MTC (Metro Trade Centre)
Kav C-35 Soekarno - Hatta
Bandung
Indonesia
Tel: +62 22 70118230
Fax: +62 22 753 7572

PT Artistika Star Service
Jl. Warakas IV
Gg. 20 No: 8a
Jakarta
Indonesia
Tel: +62 21 43913730, +62 21 708828
Fax: +62 21 43913730

Wishnu Cakra Gemilang
JL. Gatsu Timur
Ganetri No. 19.
Bali
Indonesia
Tel: +62 361 243748
Fax: +62 361 243748

PT. Yossindo Shipping
Laks. Madya Yos
Sudarso Street No: 2A
Lorong 2 Timur
Rt: 001/01 Kelurahan Koja
Tanjung Priok
North of Jakarta
Indonesia
Tel: 62-21 43911071
Fax: 62-21 43911072

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Jakarta Night Life

Thursday by indra



by tourism-mpu.com
As a major regional hub in South East Asia, Jakarta has a great range of nightlife to suit every budget and taste. For the best variety of cafes and restaurants head south for Kemang where you'll find every type of cuisine from Brazilian, Italian and Japanese to Turkish. For a different dining experience, try the "Cafe Tenda" in Semanggi in the city centre. These Popular street cafes employ innovative designs and delicious food to attract customers. If you've got an urge to dance, Jakarta has hundreds of discos and nightspot. Most of the major hotels have their own bar or disco, while other well known ones include "Tanamur" known around the world as the "most densely populated disco on the most densely populated island in the world".

Night Club

MILLENIUM
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Plaza Gajah Mada 4th & 5th Floor No.19-26 Central Jakarta

HAILAI INTERNASIONAL
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, Jl. Lodan Timur V/16 North Jakarta

1001
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Plaza Hayam Wuruk I, 4th Floor West Jakarta

JAKARTA JAKARTA
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Jl. Raya Mangga Besar No.91/DE West Jakarta

KLAB ASEMKA
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Jl. Asemka 1-5 West Jakarta

KHARISMA MANDIRI
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Jl. Hayam Wuruk No.1001 West Jakarta

LIDO ORIENTAL
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Mal Citraland 6th & 7th Floor West Jakarta

MILLES
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Lokasari Plaza 4th Floor Jl. Mangga Besar 81 West Jakarta

OLIMPIC
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Lokasari A 41 Jl. Mangga Besar 81 West Jakarta

SYDNEY 2000
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Plaza Glodok Jaya 9th Floor Jl. Pinangsia West Jakarta

Golden Crown
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Plaza Glodok 8th Floor Jl. Pinangsia West Jakarta

VELVET JAKARTA
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Plaza Blok M 8th Floor Jl. Bulungan 76 South Jakarta

PONDOK INDAH
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Jl. Metro Pondok Indah No.1 South Jakarta

ANTENA
Entertainments - Night Clubs
Kali Besar West Jakarta

GUDANG BATAVIA
Entertainments - Night Clubs
West Jakarta

Discotheque
DRAGON PLACE INT
Entertainments - Discotheques
Jl. Kelapa Gading Medeterania Blok AA No.7,8,9 North Jakarta

BLACK STEER
Entertainments - Discotheques
Mal Ambasador Lt.3,Jl prof.dr.satrio No.15 Casabalanca South Jakarta

ROYAL REGAL
Entertainments - Discotheques
hotel Royal Regal, Jl Mangga Besar VIII No.25-27 West Jakarta

LAS VEGAS
Entertainments - Discotheques
Gedung landmark Lt. Dasar ,Jl Jend Sudirman No.1 South Jakarta

CAHAYA BARU
Entertainments - Discotheques
Jl. Tiang Bendera II No.84 West Jakarta

CAT'S
Entertainments - Discotheques
Jl. Panglima Polim Raya No.11 Rt.002/08 South Jakarta

ZEN
Entertainments - Discotheques
Plaza ATD Jl. M.H. Thamrin Kav. 3 8th Floor Central Jakarta

GUDANG
Entertainments - Discotheques
Jl. Kali Besar Barat 47 West Jakarta

KALIBER KLUB
Entertainments - Discotheques
Jl. Kali Besar Barat 22 West Jakarta

MILLE
Entertainments - Discotheques
Jl. Mangga Besar Raya 81 West Jakarta

RAJA MAS
Entertainments - Discotheques
Jl. Hayam Wuruk No.100 5th Floor West Jakarta

STADIUM
Entertainments - Discotheques
Jl. Hayam Wuruk No.111 / HH-II-JJ West Jakarta

SYDNEY 2000
Entertainments - Discotheques
Plaza Glodok Jaya 9th Floor West Jakarta

GRAND MANHATTAN
Entertainments - Discotheques
Jl. Lapangan Banteng Selatan Central Jakarta

HARD ROCK CAFÉ
Jalan M.H. Thamrin 11, 2nd floor, Jakarta (Jakarta Pusat(Central))
TYPE: Restaurants Jakarta - Live Music Venue
In a place made up of over 13,000 islands, it's sometimes easy to get lost in the shuffle. But while in the capital city of Indonesia, you'll feel right at home at the Hard Rock Cafe Jakarta. While the national motto, "Bhinneka Tunggal Ika" (unity in diversity) may not easily roll off your tongue, it sure falls perfectly in line with our own "Love All, Serve All" mantra. Mirroring the cultural richness found in the surrounding neighborhood, the Hard Rock Cafe Jakarta brings its own unique brand of historical significance with our cream-of-the-crop musical artifacts housed in this welcoming two-story building. Bringing diversity to our menu, one can order local cuisine like Hainan Chicken Rice along with favorite Hard Rock staples like a burger and fries. In a country where 300 or more languages are spoken, it's nice to know the Hard Rock Cafe Jakarta translates to a fine dining experience. "

From Semanggi Bridge: (nearby Hilton Hotel) go straight to Monument National (Monas), after passing Welcome Statue (in front of Grand Hyatt Hotel) then you'll see HRC on your right.

- simply one of the most energetic live music venues in the city. The massive line-ups of people waiting to get it, to see a live act, on a weekend is a sight to see. Once your inside the ultra hip english speaking waiters serve you with a style and flair that is all their own. Add to that the wicked live music being pumped by some of the best bands in south east Asia

1001
Entertainments - Discotheques
Jl. Hayam Wuruk 108 West Jakarta

MILLENIUM
Entertainments - Discotheques
Plaza Gajah Mada 5th and 6th Floor Central Jakarta

NEW STARDUST
Entertainments - Discotheques
Sarinah Bldg 14th Floor Jl. M.H. Thamrin 11 Central Jakarta

TANAMUR
Entertainments - Discotheques
Jl. Tanah Abang Timur No.14 Central Jakarta

THE MUSIC ROOM
Entertainments - Discotheques
Central Jakarta

Cafe & Live Music
1001
Entertainments - Live Musics
Plaza Hayam Wuruk H 4th Floor, Jl. Hayam Wuruk West Jakarta

BLACK STEER
Entertainments - Live Musics
Mal Ambasador Lt.3,Jl prof.dr.satrio No.15 Casabalanca South Jakarta

GALERI TC
Entertainments - Live Musics
Jl.Kemang Raya No.24 Jak-sel South Jakarta

KLUB 45
Entertainments - Live Musics
Jl. Mahakam 1 No.17 Kebayoran Baru South Jakarta

THE GOLDEN MEMORIES
Entertainments - Live Musics
JL.Ampera Raya No.11, Rt 001/09. South Jakarta

THE EMBASSY JAKARTA
Entertainments - Live Musics
Jl. Gedung EastEnd Lt.2 & 3 Komp Taman Ria Senayan Central Jakarta

JAMZ
Entertainments - Live Musics
Jl. Garnisun Dalam 8 Phone 62 21-5745670 - Jakarta

MATA BAR
Entertainments - Live Musics
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 31 Phone : 62 21-5710064 - Jakarta

FASHION CAFE
Entertainments - Live Musics
Jl. Jend. Sudirman - Wisma BNI Phone : 62 21-5744488 - Jakarta

CLASSIC ROCK
Entertainments - Live Musics
Jl. Faleten I No. 12 Phone : 62 21-7521308 - Jakarta

JJS
Entertainments - Live Musics
Jl. Tanah Abang Timur 16 Phone : 62 21-3580720 - Jakarta

BLUEPRINTS BAR
Entertainments - Live Musics
Jl. S. Parman Kav. 93-94 Phone : 62 21-56960888 - Jakarta

BARBADOS
Jl. Kemang Raya 68 Phone : 62 21-7199346 - Jakarta

BBs
Jl. Sidoarjo 1 Menteng Phone : 62 21-331890 - Jakarta

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Jakarta Hotel

Wednesday by indra

if you are planning to go for a few days to some places you surely need an accommodation like hotel. this posting help you to find hotels especially in Indonesia.

Hyatt Aryaduta Hotel Jakarta


Rating: *****
Number of rooms: 200
Location: Central Jakarta
Address: Jalan Prapatan 44-48Jakarta 10110 Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
Tlpn : +62 212 3521 234

Aryaduta Hotel Jakarta Info
The five star Aryaduta Hotel is conveniently located in Central Jakarta and is in close proximity to the business district and the shopping and entertainment centers. The guests have access to Club Odiseus, a luxurious Fitness Centre featuring a Spa, personal fitness programmes, a state-of-the-art gymnasium, air conditioned squash courts, sauna, whirlpools, massage, cold plunge pool and a Balinese-concept outdoor pool. The hotel also includes three restaurants, a pub, a lounge and a poolside bar.

Grand Hyatt Hotel Jakarta


Rating:*****
Number of rooms: 428
Location: Central Jakarta
Address: Jalan M H Thamrin Kav 28-30, Jakarta, Indonesia
Tlpn :+62 21 390 1234 Fax: 62 21 390 6426
Email: jakgh.reservations@hyattintl.com

Grand Hyatt Hotel Jakarta Info
Guests will find all of the finest amenities in each of the 428 rooms in this popular 5-star hotel There are hair dryer, clock radio, air conditioning, television, private safe, separate shower in each of the hotel's well-equipped rooms. To make each guest's stay more complete, this Jakarta hotel offers morning call, salon, cocktail lounge, multi-lingual staff, dry cleaning and laundry, conference rooms, nursery, room service. After a day of work or exploring, squash courts, sauna, massage, steam room, tennis courts, outdoor pool are some of the ways to unwind. With a full range of popular amenities and a friendly, caring staff, it's no wonder guests keep returning to Grand Hyatt Hotel.

Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta


Rating:*****
Address: Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said, Jakarta 12920Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
Telp.+62 21 252 3456

Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta Info
The Four Seasons Hotel is convenient to everything Jakarta has to offer, and is only 32 km (20 miles) away from Jakarta International Airport. Every room in the hotel offers guests hair dryer, clock radio, telephone, non-smoking rooms, voicemail, air conditioning, iron and ironing board, television. Other features at the hotel include car rental, salon, currency exchange, airport pick-up and drop-off, cocktail lounge, multi-lingual staff, conference rooms, 24-hour room service. For the enjoyment of guests interested in sports or leisure, there are sauna, massage, outdoor pool, fitness center, spa on the grounds. With a full range of popular amenities and a friendly, caring staff, it's no wonder guests keep returning to Four Seasons Hotel.

Mulia Hotel Jakarta


Rating:*****
Number of rooms: 844
Location: South Jakarta
Address: Jl. asia afrika senayan jakarta 10270 indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
E-mail: info@hotelmulia.com
Phone:+62-21-574-7777
Fax: +62-21-574-7888

Mulia Hotel Jakarta Info
The Mulia Hotel is convenient to everything Jakarta has to offer, and is only 26 km (16 miles) away from Jakarta International Airport. Sit back and relax in one of the hotel's 844 guestrooms, all designed with guests' comfort in mind. Every room in the hotel offers guests hair dryer, clock radio, non-smoking rooms, voicemail, air conditioning. To make each guest's stay more complete, this Jakarta hotel offers morning call, baggage handling, car rental, salon, currency exchange, cocktail lounge. Guests seeking exercise or leisure will be pleased to find outdoor pool, fitness center at the hotel. Convenient location, a dedicated staff and first-rate facilities make this hotel a favorite among travelers.

Shangri-la Hotel Jakarta


Rating:*****
Number of rooms: 668
Location: Central Jakarta
Address: Kota BNI, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 1, Jakarta, Indonesia
Tlp : +62 21 570 7440

Shangri-la Hotel Jakarta Info
Each of the 668 rooms at this 5-star hotel have all the comforts and conveniences of home. There are non-smoking rooms, voicemail, air conditioning, desk, private safe, tea/coffeemaker in each of the hotel's well-equipped rooms. To make each guest's stay more complete, this Jakarta hotel offers wheelchair accessible, mail service, city transfers, car rental, salon, travel counter, airport pick-up and drop-off, cocktail lounge. Those looking for first-rate sporting and leisure facilities will find whirlpool, sauna, massage, steam room, tennis courts. Comfort and convenience are the hallmarks of Shangri-la Hotel

Park Lane Hotel Jakarta


Rating:****
Number of rooms: 246
Location: Central Jakarta
Tlp : +62 21 574 7777
Address: Jl. Casablanca At Kuningan, Jakarta, Indonesia

Park Lane Hotel Jakarta Info
Each of the 246 rooms at this fine 4-star hotel feature superior amenities. Included in all rooms are hair dryer, non-smoking rooms, electronic/magnetic key, voicemail, air conditioning, iron and ironing board, television, robes. Guests will enjoy the hotel's excellent facilities and services including mail service, morning call, baggage handling, car rental, currency exchange, airport pick-up and drop-off, cocktail lounge. Guests seeking exercise or leisure will be pleased to find tennis courts, outdoor pool, fitness center, spa at the hotel. This charming property has long been a favorite in Jakarta for both business and leisure travelers.

- Grand Melia Jakarta
Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav. X-0, Kuningan, Jakarta 12950, Telp.+62 21 526 8080
- Hotel Aston Jakarta
Jl. Garnisum Dalam No 8, Karet Semanggi, Jakarta 12930, Telp.+62 21 251 5151
- Hotel Borobudur Jakarta
Jl. Lapangan Banteng Selatan, PO Box 1329 Jakarta, Telp.+62 21 380 5555
- Crowne Plaza
Jl. Gatot Subroto Kav 2-3, Jakarta 12930, Telp.+62 21 526 8833
- Gran Mahakam
Jl. Mahakam I No 6, Blok M, Jakarta 12130, Telp.+62 21 720 9966
- Jakarta Hilton International
Jl. Gatot Subroto, PO Box 3315 Jakarta 10002, Telp.+62 21 570 3600
- JW Marriott Hotel
Jl. Lingkar Mega Kuningan Kav. 1-2, Mega Kuningan, Jakarta 12950, Telp.62 21 5798 8888
- Imperial Aryaduta Hotel & Resort
401 Bulevar, Jl. Jend. Sudirman, Lippo Karawaci 1300, Tangerang 15811, Telp.62 21 546 0101
- Intercontinental Mid Plaza Jakarta
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 10-11, Jakarta 10220, Telp.62 21 251 0888
- Le Meridien Jakarta
Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav. 18-20, Jakarta 10220, Telp.62 21 251 3131
- Mandarin Oriental Jakarta
Jl. MH Thamrin, PO Box 3392 Jakarta 10310, Telp.62 21 3983 8888
- The Park Lane Jakarta
Jl. Casablanca Kav 18, Jakarta 12870, Telp.62 21 828 2000
- Hotel Sahid Jaya
Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav 86, Jakarta 10220, Telp.62 21 570 4444
- Sheraton Bandara Hotel
Bandara Soekarno-Hatta, PO Box 1198 Jakarta 19110, Telp.62 21 559 7777
- Sheraton Media
Jl. Gunung Sahari Raya No. 3, Jakarta 10720, Telp.62 21 626 3001
- The Dharmawangsa
Jl. Brawijaya raya No 26, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta 12160, Telp.62 21 725 8181
- The Acacia Jakarta
Jl. Kramat Raya 73-81, Jakarta 10450, Telp.62 21 390 3030
- Alila Hotel Jakarta
Jl. Pecenongan kav 7-17, Jakarta 10210, Telp.62 21 231 6008
- Ambhara
Jl. Iskandarsyah Raya No 1, Jakarta 12160, Telp. +62-21 2700 800 - Fax +62- 21 2700702
- Aston Atrium Hotel
Kompleks Segitiga Atrium, Jl. Senen Raya No. 135, Jakarta 10410, Telp.62 21 344 2828
- Twin Plaza Hotel
Jl. S. Parman Kav 93-94, Slipi, Jakarta 11420, Telp.62 21 569 60888
- Ciputra Jakarta
Jl. Letnan Jend. S. Parman, Jakarta 11470, Telp.62 21 566 0640
- Dusit Mangga Dua
Jl. Mangga Dua Raya, Jakarta 10720, Telp.62 21 612 8811
- Horison Bekasi
Jl. Raya Kalimalang, PO Box 223, Jakarta 17148, Telp.62 21 884 8888
- Mercure Convention Centre
Jl. Pantai Indah, Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, PO Box 3340 Jakarta , Telp.62 21 640 6000, 7000
- Jayakarta Jakarta
Jl. Hayam Wuruk No 126, Jakarta 11160, Telp.62 21 649 6760
- Hotel Kartika Chandra
Jl. Jend Subroto Kav 18-20, Jakarta 12930, Telp.62 21 520 5000
- Hotel Kristal
Jl. Tarogong Raya, Cilandak Barat, Jakarta 12430, Telp.+62 21 750 7050
- Mercure Hotel & Resd.
Jl. S. Parman, PO Box 1421, Jakarta 11014, Telp.+62 21 564 1555
- Mercure Rekso H. Wuruk
Jl. Hayam Wuruk No 123, Jakarta 11160, Telp.62 21 624 8680
- Millennium Sirih
Jl. Fachrudin 3, Jakarta 10250, Telp.62 21 230 3636
- Hotel Batavia
Jl. Kalibesar Barat 46, PO Box 4922, Jakarta 11049, Telp.62 21 690 4118
- Nikko Hotel
Jl. MH Thamrin Kav 59, Jakarta 10350, Telp.62 21 230 1122
- RedTop
Jl. Pecenongan 72, Jakarta 10120, Telp.62 21 350 0077
- Hotel Santika Jakarta
Jl. Aipda KS Tubun No 7, Jakarta 11410, Telp.62 21 536 1777
- Sari Pan Pacific
Jl. MH Thamrin No 6, Jakarta 10340, Telp.62 21 390 2707
- Menara Peninsula
Jl. Let Jend S Parman 78, Jakarta 11410, Telp.62 21 535 0888
- Atlet Century
Jl. Pintu Satu Senayan, Jakarta 10270, Telp.62 21 571 2041
- Hotel Bumikarsa Bidakara
Jl. Jend Gatot Subroto Kav. 71-73, Pancoran, Jakarta 12870, Telp.62 21 837 93555
- Hotel Danau Sunter
Jl. Danau Permai Raya Blok C1, Sunter, Jakarta 14350, Telp.62 21 650 9969
- Hotel Grand Ancol
Jl. RE Martadinata No 1, Jakarta 14430, Telp.62 21 691 6009
- Ibis Arcadia Hotel
Jl. KH Wahid Hasyim 114, Jakarta 10340, Telp.62 21 2300 050
- Ibis Cikarang
Jl. Jababeka Raya, Cikarang Baru Kota Hijau, Bekasi 17530, Telp.62 21 893 4488
- Ibis Kemayoran
Jl. Bungur Besar Raya No. 79-81, Jakarta 10620, Telp.62 21 421 0111 / 1818
- Ibis Slipi
Jl. Letjen S. Parman Kav 59 PO Box 6627 Jakarta 11066, Telp.62 21 533 1560, 1570
- Ibis Tamarin
Jl. KH Wahid Hasyim 77, Jakarta 10340, Telp.62 21 391 2323
- Quality Hotel Bandara
Terminal 2E, Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Jakarta 19110, Telp.62 21 559 0008
- Quality Hotel Jakarta
Jl. Pangeran Jayakarta 70, Jakarta 10730, Telp.62 21 601 3888
- Quality Suites Sunda Kelapa
Jl.Pakin Raya No 1, Penjaringan, Jakarta 14430, Telp.62 21 662 7118
- Hotel Raddin Ancol
Jl. Lodan Timur No 7, Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, Jakarta 14430, Telp.62 21 640 5641
- Treva International
Jl. Menteng Raya No 33, Jakarta 10330, Telp.319 00240
- Willtop Hotel Jakarta
Jl. Pangeran Jayakarta 44, PO Box 7996 JKPMD, Telp.62 21 628 7888

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About Wine

Saturday by indra

Introduction to Wine by 2basnob.com







What is wine?
Wine has been made for centuries from just a two simple ingredients: yeast and grape juice. Actually, just about any fruit juice can be used, but by far the majority of all wine is made from the juice of the grape.

How is wine made?
Yeast is the magical ingredient that turns grape juice into wine. Interestingly enough, there is actually wild yeast spores in the air and all that is really needed to make wine is an open container of grape juice and time. The result however, would probably not be the most palatable of beverages.

There are numerous strains of yeasts and the types used to make wine have been cultured just for this purpose. Well anyway, yeast is a living organism that feeds off of sugars in the grape juice in a process called fermentation.

During fermentation, yeast spores will reproduce exponentially until all of the fermentable sugars have been consumed. During this fermentation process, the sugars are converted into alcohol and carbon dioxide.

The yeast will also impart a taste to the finished wine depending on various factors such as the strain of yeast used, the temperature during fermentation and other factors.

Once all of the fermentable sugars have been consumed, the yeast will fall to the bottom of the container. The wine is removed from the container, leaving the yeast, and is trasferred to another container to mature while waiting to be bottled.

Of course, this whole process has been extremely simplified for a general understanding.

How does wine get its color?
You probably know that there are green grapes and black grapes and different grapes are used to make different wines.

What you might not know is that almost all grape juice (even from the black grapes) is basically colorless to golden in color.

The way a wine gets its color is by letting the skins soak in the juice during fermentation. You can actually make white wine from black grapes by not letting the skins stay in contact with the juice. Champagne is one of the most famous examples.

If the skins are left in the wine for only a short amount of time, a rose (or blush) will be made. If they are left for an extended amount of time, a dark red wine will be the result.

What gives each wine its taste?
Even though there are very few ingredients, there are many things which influence the taste of wine. First of all, there are many varieties of grapes. Each grape variety will produce different flavors, aromas, and even textures.

In addition, the soil and climate where the grapes are grown drastically affect these variables.

Not only that, but the wine maker can control various things by the technique, temperature and yeast used during fermentation. Other variables such as fermenting or storing in oak barrels will also affect the taste.

Never fear, with all of these factors considered even the most avid wine drinker would ever be able to experience all of the different varieties of wine on the market today. Let the treasure hunting begin!

What is tannin?
Tannin is a substance in wine that causes a firm, mouth-drying feeling in your mouth. It is extracted from the skins, seeds and stems of the grapes so red wines will contain more tannin than whites.

White wines will get a degree of tannin when oak barrels are used for fermentation or aging. Eat just the skins of grapes or drink strongly brewed, unsweetened tea for a good idea of what tannin feels like in your mouth.

What are sulfites?
By law, almost all wine made in the United States will have “Contains Sulfites” on the label. This is because about very small percentage of asthma sufferers can be extremely sensitive to sulfites.

Sulfites or sulfur dioxide is a compound occurring naturally during the fermentation process. Sometimes, though a wine maker will add a little more because of its antibacterial and preservative qualities. White wines have more sulfites than red
wines because they need more protection.

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Make Money With Adsense?

Thursday by indra

Who Wants To Make Money With Adsense? by Jason Isakson


Fact number 1: Kids in high school are making thousands of dollars every month with Adsense.

Fact number 2: Housewives, retirees, mom and dads, who are just staying at home and have never made a dime on the internet have created full-time incomes by simply placing Adsense ads on their web site or blog.

These are just some of the "super Adsense earners". You may have already heard about their story for they are among the few who are on their way to making millions worth of cash just by promoting Adsense sites.

Anyone, any age and gender can become money generating Adsense publishers as long as they what it takes. How does one go about this Internet advertising?

Writing articles for Adsense is the way to do it. Using the right keywords in your articles and having Google ads on a certain site has become the most profitable way of marketing that anybody can get into. No experience and level of education needed. If you are not using this strategy, or may not be aware of it in the first place, chances are you may be losing thousands of dollars worth of extra income and still do not know it yet.

This is one of the many reasons why writing original quality content articles is now the latest in marketing buzz. Content and links. When combined together becomes a really powerful tool to a successful web site and richer individuals. Many internet marketing professionals are already aware of the value of an original quality content and how using keywords can drive targeted traffic into their sites from the search engines.

So why don't all these web site owners write and submit their own articles if that is what is important?

The simple and understandable answer is that it takes time to write articles, submit them and get targeted traffic to their websites. That is why they get the services of those who can spares sometime to write the articles that would cater to their site purpose but still turn out as a good quality and unique piece of work.

To get into the Adsense marketing business and start earning some good cash, ask yourself. Did you enjoy writing when you were in school? If you answer yes to this question, you already have an initial advantage over most internet marketing business owners that wants to make money online and doing it at home.

With the boom in the Adsense market comes the need for sites to want fresh, quality and original keyword rich content. This way, web site owners can have a steady supply of articles with the proper keywords that they relate to their site contents. The result of this is seen in the sites page rank when indexed by the search engines. Which, in turn, gets moreAdsense ads to show above, below or next to the article on their website with targeted traffic.

What do people have to do?

Write quality and original content, keyword or phrase rich articles with links to your website in the resource box. Then build a website or web page with targeted keyword or phrase rich original content for the targeted traffic that originates from the articles you wrote. Finally, you will have a Google Adsense ads that are targeted to your keyword or phrase rich original content site where visitors will get to visit when they come looking for information.

A win-win situation if you think more about it. A favor for persons looking for quality content and information. For the persons writing the original content articles. And the person with the quality original content rich website. Of course, the search engines and its advertisers are getting targeted traffic and sales but so what? As long as you are getting something in your favor, it does not really matter what the others are getting for themselves.

So who else wants to start earning money with Adsense. You. Everyone. Anybody. Internet marketing has many opportunities wide open for this people. Writing articles and using Adsense for your kind of internet marketing strategy is one sure way of getting a piece of that action and cash.

Better not be left behind the many making millions already.

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Data Backups

by indra

Data Backups - Why Bother?


For many people, computers have become a daily necessity. We use them for work, for correspondence and for entertainment. Many of the files are important documents and losing them would cost us time and money. Backups are the best way to prevent their permanent loss.

Don't make the mistake of believing that backups are only for computer geeks or large corporations, or a task that can be performed 'when I get around to it'. On the contrary, backups are a necessity for everyone. Even if your computer has been running reliably for years, it will fail one day - either through virus attack, user error or just age.

On that day, one of two things will happen. You'll either suffer the grief that comes with losing financial information, passwords, music collections, personal photographs and all the software you've purchased. Or, you can repair or replace the computer and restore from the backups you've been making regularly. The latter is an annoyance, the first a disaster.

There are, unfortunately, an infinite variety of ways to lose data. Besides hardware failure, computers can be destroyed in fires or floods. Hard drives can be damaged by power surges caused by lightning strikes or data lost by a child randomly hitting the keyboard. Viruses can infect systems and erase hard drives.

But there's only one way to get it back - by having it available to be restored.

What to Backup?

For the average user, it's usually not necessary to backup every file on the computer, which would require large storage space. But at bare minimum home users should backup personal files and irreplaceable software. Spreadsheets with financial records not easily available from other sources, legal documents, work-in-progress... the list is large.

But backups needn't be.

The easiest way to do backups is to use the backup software that comes with the operating system. Windows has a free, usable backup program while similar ones are available for Mac, Linux and others. The software is easy to use and backing up is a simple matter of selecting which folders to backup. It even has a scheduler so backups can be automated to occur at convenient times.

For a modest sum backup software can be purchased that will only backup files changed since a certain date, or since the last backup. Alternatively, new files could be copied daily to a backup folder where they can be backed-up by your backup program. To ease the task of identifying which, use the Search option to list files 'newer than X'. Once the list is complete, copy them into the backup folder and run the program for just that folder.

Some data, such as e-mails are only slightly more difficult to protect. Some e-mail clients can be configured to keep copies of received and sent e-mails on the e-mail server. When that's not an option, most can export messages to a file, which can then be backed up.

Backups can be done to any kind of removable media - writeable CD's/DVD's, removable hard drives or even the newer 'keychain' devices that plug into a USB port. Even floppy disks can still be used in many cases. Documents often take a small amount of space. Just set aside 7 disks and rotate them from week to week.

Daily backups are one more thing to do in a busy schedule. But the day you lose that file you need and can't restore, you're going to be a whole lot busier.

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Notebook Computers

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Notebook Computers in the Age of the Internet


Everyone knows that our world cannot exist without computers. Ever tried to make a purchase at a convenience store when their computers are down, ever waited for someone to make change when their register computer is down, or have you ever tried to find a book in a library when the system is down? If you have ever experienced one of these inconveniences, you know that our world hinges on whether or not our computers are working.

Remember when you told your teacher that the dog ate your homework? Did she believe you? Probably not. Now the excuse is my computer crashed, my printer wouldn't print, or we were out of ink. Even kids rely on computers to do their schoolwork. The days of pen and pencils are almost over. In fact most students know more about computers than their teachers or parents. They don't even remember a time without computers.

As computers become more and more intuitive and powerful, we must proceed with them. If you are still among the population that resents the encroachment of the computer, think about this scenario. If Eve in the Garden of Eden had access to the Internet, she could have looked up information about snakes. She would have found out that they have forked tongues and an evil reputation. Instead of listening to the snake's lies, she would have thrashed him with a tree branch. Think how much better our world would be now.

The best present any graduate can get this June is a desktop computer or a laptop. In my day, girls were given matching luggage to take their clothes to school. Yes, I know I am dating myself, but I do have a point. Today buy your child a computer and let them take their clothes is a paper sack. They don't care; an old gym bag will do. I know; schools have computer labs, but they are always full. Wouldn't you rather your son or particularly your daughter not be out of the dorm or apartment working on projects or papers? Also, when your newly graduated senior has moved away to school, e-mail will become your best friend. Even if you hate computers, you will learn to love them because they will become your link to your child. The nest will never be empty as long as you have e-mail.

Computers are links to the outside world. The world has never been more accessible or smaller. You have to keep up or you will be left behind and who wants to be the last straggler on the planet? Not me!

After years as an educator and more degrees than she can count, Frances Coleman now writes professionally. She is a prolific reader with an advanced degree in research techniques. See her review of notebook computers.

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Easy Laptop Buying Guide

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Easy Laptop Buying Guide -- Unless You Like Techie Jargon by JR Lang

Easy Laptop Buying Guide

This simple laptop buying guide illustrates the main features to look for when buying a laptop computer without the techie jargon, because let's face it, life is just too short! I hope you find this useful and will use it for your laptop buying needs. Did I mention there is NO techie jargon?

A laptop, also known as a notebook is simply a portable computer that runs on a battery and can be used anywhere without being stuck to a plug. The important things to know in how to buy a laptop as well as helpful buying tips are outlined below and can actually save you a lot of regret if you buy the right laptop the first time!

KEY FEATURES TO LOOK FOR WHEN BUYING A LAPTOP

Processor: The processor of a laptop determines how fast a computer is and the speed is given in GHz. One of the best processors to consider for your laptop computer is the Intel Core 2 Duo processor. The Intel Core 2 Duo provides superior performance and a great battery life.

What is the best speed for your laptop, that depends on how you will use it, as a rule of thumb a 1.73 GHz processor is more than sufficient for everyday work like word processing, spreadsheets, email and Internet surfing.

Memory (RAM): RAM refers to the amount of programs you can run on your notebooks without running into slow downs and causing your laptop to drag. 512MB RAM is the optimal amount of memory and the best option for gaming and 3-D graphics.

Tip: The RAM the laptop supports tells you the most memory you will be able to upgrade to.

Hard drive: 40-80 GB hard drive is more than sufficient unless you plan to generate mass amounts of music or data files or you want to install more than one suite like Microsoft Office.

All-in-one Design: Unless you really need a lightweight laptop, choose one with an internal bay for the optical drive. Simply put, this drive lets you to swap in other devices, such as an extra hard drive or a second battery.

Warranty: A laptop with a warranty can save money down the road.

TIP: If the laptop you wish to purchase comes with a warranty check to see if they cover shipping charges in the event you need to send it in for repair. There are also warranties that cover an in-home repair.

Screen size: The screen size dimension of laptops is measured diagonally across the screen. When you buy a laptop you don't want to sacrifice viewing comfort in order to gain portability. A screen larger than 14 inches is best to avoid strain on the eyes. While larger screens or wide screens result in heavier laptops and are more bulky but do provide a more comfortable experience whether you're surfing the net or watching movies.

Weight: A 5 pound or heavier laptop is best. Ultra light laptops, below 4 pounds have cramped keyboards, less speed and memory, usually no CD or DVD drive and smaller screens. If you buy an ultra-light laptop, its performance may be so compromised that after all of the accessories you carry with it are added up (a CD drive, a larger battery, a better keyboard, etc...) it may weigh as much as a regular 5 or 6 lb laptop.

Battery: Watt-hours determine the life of a battery. Lithium batteries use cells to determine life, more cells equals more life. Usually a laptop needs a new battery every 1 to 5 years. The way you determine battery consumption depends on how you use the laptop. Most battery ratings are given for a computer running minimal processes which does not include Internet usage, graphics, power-save mode etc.

TIP: If you want more more freedom from the outlet buy a notebook that has a modular bay which is capable of holding a supplementary power pack.

Wireless: When buying a laptop wireless Internet capability is necessary if you'd like to surf the net without being tied to a plug. One of the best things about laptops is that you could surf the net anywhere and WI-FI provides just that. Wireless cards are easily installed into most laptops.

Keyboard: The keyboard should be full size or it will take some time to adjust. TIP: Look for the % of full size when looking at the keyboard features of a laptop.

Mouse Options:

Option 1: is a touch screen, which is controlled with finger movements on a pad. Option 2: is a knob feature that lets you control the mouse by moving the finger in only one spot. This feature is harder to adjust and unless you have a preference get the touch panel. Option 3: Best get both a touch screen and knob on your laptop. TIP: You can always hook up a standard mouse to your laptop.

Ports: Simply put a port is a specialized outlet on the back of a computer to which a plug or cable connects. (If you'd read the techie definition you would have passed out by now). The more ports you have the more variety you will have.

You should have at least one of each: USB (multipurpose, very useful port) VGA (video connection to external monitor/ projector) Ethernet Port for wired Internet connection Headphone Microphone

Other ports include:

FireWire port for iPod connections S-video port for video output Printer port for printers PC card slots (card bus), which provide a large variety of functions. You can usually buy a PC card to replace any type of port

Audio: Media Centers have higher quality speakers built-in. Notebooks that save weight and space will have small speakers which gives just an OK sound quality and quiet music.

Video/Graphics: This is important for playing and editing movies and is crucial for 3D gaming. Dedicated memory usually comes with a graphics card (ATI Radeon, GeForce, etc...) and has its own memory in MB which includes 32MB, 64MB, and 128MB. If video/gaming is important to you pick the highest one you can afford.

TIP: How to know what memory you might need is to refer to the back of your games or media software CD-case or manual to see the "system requirements" for the video memory requirements.

Laptop Security: How to feel secure since laptops are portable and mobile is to protect your laptop and data from theft. A variety of methods are available including cables and biometric fingerprint readers.

Laptop Case, Bag and Backpack: How to tote your laptops around is to use specially designed laptops bags, also known as laptop case or backpack, which are available in all varieties, including "with wheels." Whether you like black leather, or bright pink suede there's a laptop case for you.

I hope this laptop buying guide was helpful. Now you can say that you are an expert in how to buy a laptop and you didn't pass out once! Thanks for reading!!

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JR Lang the author of this article is a business owner and a computer applications specialist. Shop 4 Laptop Computer Sales

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INTERNET BUSINESS

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FREE INTERNET BUSINESS IDEAS YOU CAN START IMMEDIATELY by Wealth


There are so many money making opportunities on the internet,infact the internet as made so many things easier for the world at large.As the world is fast becoming a global village,so many people are harnessing the hidden wealth on the internet.While so many people will offer you business ideas,ebooks or seminars in exchange for your money,we have decided to teach you free business ideas you can start without paying a dime.What's more,we will even mentor and guide you to make money all for FREE! SOME OF THE BUSINESSES YOU CAN START ARE LISTED BELOW,FOR ANY QUESTIONS OR ENQUIRIES,MAIL US on myonlinebusinessteacher@getresponse.com or wealthcreator003@gmail.com.

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Marketing revelation

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Marketing revelation by Katarina Bader


The most terrible disappointment I have had online was a destruction of my own belief, when realized that I can't produce full time income online without doing anything to earn it. It was presented to me in those terms by other marketers.

I would give over my money for all of the e-books that were going to make me a fortune in no time. Now, I am believer in giving first to prove your worth. I would build a viral book with lot of valuable articles with my affiliate links in it for a sign up or I would promote other peoples product by writing reviews. It takes work, it does and when you know how, it is simple. Not easy but simple because you can make a plan to do that much every day to achieve your goals. That was my internet business revelation.

At that point I was able to make my own plan and set my own goals. This is what I call check list style. I would make a list of things that I need to accomplish that day. All you need to do now is to decide are you going to be a quitter? Are you going to quit if you do not succeed at first? Can you handle it if you get true instructions, easy to follow?

So, do not act randomly, follow a plan, test everything you do and track results so you know what is going on. Participate in forums to find out what people think and do, but do not advertise, do not be a spammer. Submit articles or press releases, write emails or reviews and post them on authority sites. Build one way links to your site.

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Cruise Ship

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Cruises: The Newest Trend in Holidays and Breaks by Andrew Redfern

When thinking of planning holiday breaks or school summer holidays, parents are often searching for something that would be great for the entire family. The top family destinations such as The Grand Canyon or Disney World may come to mind immediately but when thinking outside of the box, cruising becomes a very desirable vacation! Most parents wouldn't think of cruises as a prime location because in the past, cruises have been mainly themed for adults or for college kids during their spring break. However, there are more and more family cruises becoming available as they become a huge trend for holiday breaks.

One of the biggest differences in family cruises is that there is always something planned for the family, or children to do that the family has the option of participating in. This allows the family to spend time together but not get bored with no activities planned. Even when you are not actively participating, family cruises have many things to offer. They almost always have a pool that is filled with kid-toys and is very kid-friendly. They also have many other activities including a game room, an arcade room, a media room, and other activities for the kids.

All of the activity onboard the cruise will also allow parents the time to enjoy each other and the cruise without their children. The activities are always supervised and parents will be able to roam around the ship, play a hand at cards in one of the casinos, or enjoy a romantic date night in one of the wonderful restaurants onboard! Meet back up with the rest of the family to enjoy a wonderful game of bowling or skating!

If you are thinking about taking a cruise for your school summer holidays, there are many to choose from but you must know what to look for when you are comparing cruise companies. Be sure to ask if it is a family cruise. The last thing you want on your family vacation is ending up on the same cruise as rowdy college kids away on their Spring Break! Ask what type of activities they have planned for the children, and for the adults, while staying on the ship. They should be able to name four activities each for both children and adults to ensure that your child, and yourselves will get bored while on the cruise.

Also ask how many activities will be planned on-shore. Most often cruise ships won't remain on the open sea the entire time that they are away for. Cruising into ports and touring different cities can add a lot to the quality of trip you end up with. It can also be a great learning opportunity for everybody. How many stops you will want to make depends on the length of your trip so keep this in mind when booking your holiday breaks.

Also ask if the travel agency offers any package deals. Often groups such as families will qualify for a group discount, or a family discount. If the agency doesn't provide any, find another agency that will. Not only are family packages very convenient but they are often an all-inclusive deal. This means that you pay the money before you go and then you're not left worrying about change while aboard the cruise!

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How to Work on Cruise Lines & get Cruise ship Jobs by Gabe Killian

If you've ever thought about getting a cruise ship job or have even played around with the idea, this article could help you on your way to working on cruise ships. Cruises are one of the most sought out ways for people around the world to break free from the nine to five and experience life through travel and entertainment. Cruises provide rest and relaxation for thousands of people world wide every years. These cruise ships have a number of areas that demand staff, this is where the cruise ship job comes in.

If you've ever considered working on cruise lines, these steps may help you get there.

1. Cruise lines have a demand for those working in the food and service industry. If you have these talents then you are one step ahead. If you don't, you may want to consider getting some practice in before attempting to apply for a cruise ship job.

2. It helps to know someone in the cruise line business, however, this is not an option for many. Nevertheless, information is your greatest tool. It is advisable that you spend some time in forums online and research cruise ship jobs before haphazardly applying. The more you know the better off you are.

3. Dress (and act) to impress. When applying for a cruise line job, act the part. You want to portray someone that can provide you with a warm welcoming and helpful service. You must look clean and well kept. Remember, you are there to provide someone with a luxury that they paid highly for. Your employer knows this as well.

4. There are many agencies that help you get in to cruise ship jobs and can help you gain employment. They often do not cost very much and can be very worth while. It is suggested that you take part in atleast one of these programs if you are serious about working on cruise ships.

5. Be consistent, persistent, on-time and aggressive when seeking employment. This is a healthy tip for any job, but if you want to work on cruise lines then act like you want it, and want it bad.

6. Laziness, apathy, poor attitude and inability to cooperate with a team will most surely keep you from employment. Make the decision to be self-motivated, positive and have a good outlook on life. Be the kind of person you would want to hire.

Getting a cruise ship job can be very rewarding and adventurous experience. If you act the part and in turn be the part you can increase your chances of becoming a proud employee of a cruise line of your choice.

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Travel

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Online Travel Websites: Can They Really Save You Money? by Ajith Kumar Guptha


Are you interested in taking a trip or a vacation soon? If you are, you may be looking for ways to save money. When it comes to finding great travel deals and discounts, many individuals are told to visit online travel websites. With that said, many are still left wondering if online travel websites can really save them money.

When it comes to determining if online travel websites can save you money, there are a number of important points to keep in mind. Generally speaking, yes, online travel websites can save you money, but you need to proceed with caution. If you are not careful, online travel websites can actually end up costing you more money in travel costs, like with airline reservations.

The best way to find affordable airline reservations and other travel arrangements is to know what you are getting. This is important to the overall success and satisfaction of your trip. For many individuals, online travel websites can be tricky to use, especially with a number of rules, restrictions, and exceptions. When you buy a ticket on an online travel website, make sure it is for an actual set of tickets; do not purchase any standby tickets, as you may not be able to fit onto the flight in question.

In keeping with knowing what you are getting, it is important to thoroughly examine any airfare quotes that you may receive through an online travel website. What many do not realize is that most online travel websites charge consumers a fee for using their services. This fee is often hard to notice, as it is typically included in with the quoted airfare rate, but that does not mean that it will not exist. Keep an eye on online travel websites and the fees that they charge, as they should be reasonable, but not too high.

In staying with costs, you will want to compare prices, when looking to buy airline tickets on an online travel website. What you will want to do is examine similar flights on different online travel websites. Since most travel websites charge different fees, you will likely see some differences, but be cautious of any huge price gaps. Significant gaps in quoted prices are a good sign that you are being overcharged or at least over quoted.

In addition to buying airline tickets through an online travel website, you may be interested in booking a stay at a hotel or booking a reservation for a car rental. When doing so, you will likely end up buying a vacation package. Vacation packages are nice, but they are designed so it is easy for consumers to overpay or at least walk away without getting a good deal. When you are quoted a price for a vacation package, the name of the hotel in question should disclosed. Quickly visit the website for that hotel and perform your own private quote. Do the rates match? Are you getting a good deal or not?

In conclusion, online travel websites are a nice way to make travel arrangements, especially where airfare is considered. If you are careful and watch every step that you make, you can use online travel websites as a quick, easy, and convenient way to book your travel arrangements, including your airline reservations, while saving money at the same time.

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