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Profile:  Rick and Nitha, children Devan and KanayyaOriginally from: Rick – Melbourne  Nitha – Balinese, from DenpasarArrived in Bali: Rick moved full time in 2013, after a few years of going back and forward from Australia. What made you decide to MOVE TO Bali? I had no

Profile:  Steffi and Tom and their two kids, Mia 9 years old and Luis 8 years old.Originally from: Exciting question! Neither of us can answer that easily without going into the details. I was born inBuenos Aires, my father was German and my mother is

ProEducation is a boutique, inclusive, International school that covers preschool, primary school through to high school. Today we interview the Director of the school who shares the history of the school, its philosophy, curriculum and lots more. Profile:  Llana Reece, Director of ProEducation Indonesia (photo with your two

Profile:  Ronald (35) (entrepreneur), Shanti (34) (entrepreneur) Zoë (7) and Lev (4)Originally from: NetherlandsArrived in Bali: 28th of October 2021 What made you decide to MOVE TO Bali? It has always been our dream to stay abroad for a longer period, straightaway we knew that Bali would become

Profile: The Fourcard Family - Paz, Pablo, Toñito, Amare, Balthazar and AtticusOriginally from: Australia and the United States - We're mixed French, Australian, Filipino, Spanish, Chinese.Arrived in Bali: My husband has been in Bali back and forth since he was a child and we joined him

Profile: Kristine, husband Sarid, two sons, Marius 14 years old, Severin 8 years oldOriginally from: DenmarkArrived in Bali: We lived here for 2 years from 2018-2020, and then moved to Mallrorca, Spain, where we lived for a year. We just returned to Bali in the beginning

Profile: Jay and Sri Young and their two children (Ruben and Chloe)Originally from: England, UK and Java, IndonesiaArrived in Bali: 2016 What made you decide to MOVE TO Bali? A combination of family and destiny calling! .  You own the Skywalker House Academy; in Desa Buwit, Tabanan Regency (15 mins

Profile: TashOriginally from: AustraliaArrived in Bali: 1992 What made you MOVE TO Bali and how long do you plan to stay? Well, I’ve been here for quite a while. My dad’s Indonesian, from Jakarta actually, so I was born in Australia but our family relocated to

Bali offers a 5-year retirement visa to those aged 55 years and over. So what is it like to retire in Bali? What is the Sanur expat community like for retirees? In this wonderful interview with an Australian couple in their fifties, we explore villa rentals,

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

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