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Education

Moving to Bali for a certain amount of time may require some flexibility when it comes to educating your children.You might wish to consider unschooling, world schooling or home schooling. In this issue, we are looking at self-directed learning or unschooling. Back in 2017,  I interviewed Jeneen in

Meet: Saskia , Renon and OliveOriginally from: Australia + The Netherlands (+ technically Bali)Arrived in Bali: October 2019 What made you move to Bali? Renon is Balinese and was born here. When he was small his parents split up and his mother remarried a Dutchman, so at age

Meet: Giulia, Marwan and son Alessandro Originally from: Italy and my husband is from JakartaArrived in Bali: The first time I was in Bali was in 2012 because I was doing a thesis in Anthropology. It took me 2 years to move permanently here!  What made you

Meet: Ulrike and son NiccoOriginally from: AustriaArrived in Bali: June 2009 Where is Home in Bali and Why did you Decide to live there? Our home is in Ubud and I like the cooler nights here.  I also have been practising yoga here for many years and I

Meet: Janine, Trent, Indii and TalullahOriginally from: New ZealandArrived in Bali: 2008 Where is Home in Bali and Why did you Decide to live there? Home in Bali is near the beach in Canggu. I moved away from Seminyak about 9 years ago to what was then a

Meet: Mum Catlin and toddler Seth. I am a single mom from Holland with a 2 ½ year old son. We have been travelling since Seth was 3 months old and we arrived in Bali a couple of months ago.Originally from: NetherlandsArrived in Bali: We first

I love finding families living in Bali, and I came across this Indonesian family who moved to Bali over 10 years ago. They are not an expat family that I usually feature from overseas, but they too were looking for similar things that attract families to

Meet: Nicci Chalmers - an Aussie expat who usually lives in Bali but is currently a COVID nomad in Australia, waiting to return to our island home. Husband Phil, kids are Reggie and Lulu, and dogs are Freddie and Monty. Originally from: Australia, but have lived overseas

Meet: Naomi, Billy and sons King and Jett. Originally from: Melbourne, Australia Arrived in Bali: December 2012 Home in Bail is: We live in Tumbak Bayuh which is the north side of Canggu. We moved there to get away from Semin’yuk’ back when it was too busy ;) What made you move

Meet: Miki, John, Chloe & Abbie Originally from: England (Chloe & Abbie were born in Australia) When Did you move to Bali?  January 2018 Home in Bali is: Pererenan but building a villa in Seseh. What made you move to Bali? My husband set up the Asia/Australia division of a B2B Marketing company

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