Senin, 14 Februari 2011

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The recent bombings of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel and the JW Marriot Hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia that killed nine people and wounded 50 others has made executive protection units (EPUs) operating in Southeast Asia realize how important it is to have a good principle-evacuation plan in place. This short articles goes over the basics of a good plan.
Multiple sites in Mumbai, India were attacked with bombs and gunfire in a coordinated terror attack. Six explosions were reported at the Taj hotel and one at the Oberoi Trident Hotel. The attacks killed 179 people (22 foreigners) and 300 were wounded. The lessons learned from Jakarta and Mumbai resulted in most major hotels improving their perimeter security measures. This includes checkpoints for all vehicles entering property and hotel guests and visitors being screened by metal detectors. Historical analysis has shown however that terrorists will circumvent these security measures sooner or later.

EPUs needed to have an evacuation plan in place for all hotels that their principals will be visiting or staying at overnight or for multiple nights. Prepare and rehearse your evacuation plans in advance. Your hotel evacuation plan should included the assembly area, routes to be taken and hotel area clearance.
EPUs should have routes to the assembly area that are preselected as well as alternate routes to avoid suspected improvised explosive devices (IEDs). Make your designated assembly areas at least 350 feet from the hotel (if possible). Have an evacuation car and security driver on 24-hour stand-by within the assembly area. When developing your evac plans always keep the T.E.D. (Time Exposed to Danger) method of planning in mind. This will assist you in sidestepping danger and potential risks during the emergency evacuation.
When setting up your hotel evacuation plan avoid areas where IEDs can be easily hidden as well as potential ambush sites. Have an alternate assembly area in mind as a back-up. Your EPU should conduct drills for your hotel evacuation utilizing a mock principle and having each member play the role of the principle during exercise.
It goes without saying that you should prevent your principle from reentering the hotel to retrieve forgotten items and ensure he or she stays within the assembly area to avoid danger areas and potential blast fragmentation from terrorist munitions. Use good common sense, awareness and executive protection experience when putting together your hotel evacuation plans. I know you will. Keep safe and God speed.

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There's A LOT more to Indonesia holidays than beautiful beaches, water sports and cheap colourful markets -- but there doesn't have to be. If Indonesia holiday-makers look past these tropical treats they'll find a lush jungle wilderness in Sumatra, the gateway to a rich ancient culture at Borobudur, and communities with thriving traditional lifestyles. And that's all without having to leave the main island, Java.
Each of Indonesia's 17,000 smaller island has its own treasures beyond the surf and sand, and most Indonesia holidays allow for some time 'off shore', staying on perennial favourite Bali, Sumatra, Sulawesi, Lombok, or one of the Gilis or other small resort islands.
Most international flights land in Jakarta, so most Indonesia holidays begin on Java, an island of still smoking volcanoes rising out of fertile jungles and and ancient culture. Or course the coastline has many likely looking beach resorts if that's what your Indonesia holiday is about, but Java's highlights are more for culture vultures than beach bums.
If you're on a tight schedule, hop a plane straight to Yogyakarta, which has temples peeking out from between its more modern Dutch forts and older Muslim architecture. This is the best place to stay when visiting the beautifully preserved, ancient Buddhist temple of Borobudur, and nearby Prambanan, a huge Hindu complex. These two religious monuments deserve at least a day of your Indonesia holiday each, Prambanan, in its prime, was almost a city of smaller temples and religious buildings, and though many of them remain only as ruins there's still a lot to see. The Telaga Warna Colour Lake and Sikidang Crater are a drive out of town towards Dieng Plateau if you'd be interested in seeing another Hindu temple complex, and one of the best surfing spots in Indonesia, G-Land is also reached by jungle trek out of Yogyakarta. 

If you have more time for your Indonesia holiday, travel overland from Jakarta to Yogyakarta via Bandung for the Bogor Botanical Gardens, tea plantations, the Lembang Fruit market and the Tangkuban Perahu Volcano and Ciater Hotspring. From Yogyakarta heading further inland leads into the heavy teak forests and moist rice paddies, and eventually to Mount Penanjakan, which is said to have one of the most beautiful sunrise displays in the world. If you make it up for the sunrise you should continue on, over an unusually placed sand sea, to Bromo Volcano. From there Surabaya Airport is a few hours drive and from there you can catch a flight to Denpasar, Bali.
Indonesia holiday Extras
Indonesia's Wildlife
If your Indonesia holiday is about seeing the jungles and meeting some of the unique wildlife, and not just the colourful marine life, then Camp Leakey, a rehabilitation facility for orphaned orangutans, built into the Tanjung Puting National Park, or the Komodo Dragon island may be worth factoring into your Indonesia holiday itinerary.
Indonesia's Traditional Cultures
If stories of the old cultures and lifestyles still thriving in Indonesia's highlands have beguiled you in National Geographic, then visit the long houses around Lake Toba, or spend some time in one of the communities in the Baliem Valley - also a prime hiking destination, the Mentawai Islands or the Jayawijaya Mountains, during your Indonesia holiday. Some of these communities you can visit for a day by walking in to their villages, but some you can arrange to stay in: a pretty unique experience when compared with the city lifestyle of Jakata's population.
All these highlights cam be blended with hours or days on the beach for the perfect, individualised Indonesian holiday cocktail -- one of those exotic, colourful ones you drink out of a whole piece of fruit like they serve in the beach bars here.

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All inclusive honeymoon packages offer a great value for newlywed couples and provide time saving convenience, but many people think that these resorts are only located in the Caribbean. While this was true in the past, increasingly all inclusive resort chains are building all inclusive resorts around the world. Here are three suggestions for incredible all inclusive honeymoons in exotic locations.

1. Club Med Bali in Indonesia- Located in the shadow of the Batur volcano just feet from the beach, this Indonesian resort recently underwent a fifteen million dollar renovation. The more contemporary and stylish feel is a boon to honeymooners who travel to Bali from around the world. Although it was named one of the best family resorts in the world in 2009, this resort has plenty for couples to enjoy whether out on the beach, taking a cooking class, or exploring the sights of Indonesia with Club Med's excursion program. Airfare to Bali is hassle free as Club Med can arrange your flight from New York City.

2. Club Hotel Riu Funana or Garopa in Cape Verde- Riu is a resort brand which caters to travelers from across the globe, such it has locations all over the world. The Riu Funana and Garopa in Cape Verde tends to attract a lot of European and African tourists, but also provides a unique honeymoon for American couples. Cape Verde is located off the coast of Africa and has a strong Portuguese flavor. Riu Funana and Garopa are twin resorts located on the Island of Sol, a dessert like oasis in the Atlantic. Both provide excellent value and plenty of romance.

3. Breezes in Panama- Breezes became famous through its Caribbean locations, but Breezes first location on the Pacific offers a welcome respite from the typical island fare In recent years, Panama has become one of the world's most popular eco-tourism destinations. Nearly one-third of Panamas land is devoted to national parks, wildlife preserves, and other protected lands. On resort, there's an endless array of activities and sports to keep honeymooners busy.

f your dream honeymoon includes a stay at an all inclusive resort, you don't need to be limited to a Caribbean destination. No matter where your honeymoon takes place, there is an all inclusive resort that can fit your needs.