Profile: Jules ThomsonOriginally from: Sunshine Coast, Queensland, AustraliaArrived in Bali: December, 2019 Where is home in Bali and why? Sanur on Bali’s east coast. I have always enjoyed the laid back & casual lifestyle of Sanur. It is a wonderful community bordered on one side by the beach
Back in November 2019 we spoke to the Zubak family about their preparations on moving to Bali. On the 16 December 2019 after all their hard work and planning, they finally made their dreams came true and moved to Bali! So now it is coming up to
Let's talk about getting around in Bali. Well unfortunately Bali traffic can be a nightmare! The quickest way around Bali is by motorbike as cars can’t always take the same short cuts and drive through very narrow streets like motorbikes can. When looking at google maps
Who am I talking to? Jason Buchanan and Sharon Keating Originally from: Jason from Brisbane, Australia and Sharon from Dublin, Ireland Arrived in Bali: March 2015 Home in Bali is: Pengosekan, Ubud. We’re just south of the central part of Ubud, living in a 2 Bedroom Villa within De
Sue and her husband Gil last spoke to me back in June 2017 when they were living in their stunning Canggu villa overlooking the ricefields. They arrived in Bali February 2013 on a retirement visa from Perth. Since May this year they decided to change up their Bali
So who am I talking to? Hannah Black-Wijana Originally from: Born in New York, raised in The Isle of Man Arrived in Bali: 2005 as just a youngin’ Home in Bali is: in Silakarang, about 10 minutes south of Ubud What made you move to Bali? I was working as
Last updated May 2021The most common topic I get from families making the move to Bali is schools, education options and how to choose the best school. What are the schools like in Bali? How can I afford these International school fees? What are the best options?