Life at the Green School Bali for five years with three kids!
Profile: Natasha, John, Freddy, James and CheckieOriginally from: Sydney, AustraliaArrived in Bali: August 2014Home in Bali: Pererenan What made you move to Bali? We were looking for a new adventure and a friend told us how great the Green School would be for our kids. John and I had been to Bali
Meet Jason and Sharon from Ubud
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
10 ways to finance living in Bali in 2020
I want to change up my life, live overseas and show my children how other parts of the world live. Sound interesting? Well Bali surely is the place to do something like this. It is guaranteed to change your life in so many ways. Being an expat
Families moving to Bali for a year or more
It is great to connect with other families like us who are doing lots of planning for their move to Bali! We love getting emails from families around the world who have discovered our blog and appreciate all the effort that we have put in to our
Chasing the sun….moving to the Sunshine Coast!!!
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A chat with Demi living in the umalas
It has been 6 months since we arrived so I thought I would chat to the kids to get their take on living in Bali so far. Nice to see what Demi sees from her 7 year old eyes. What are the Balinese people like? They are kind and
What we are reading now
Of the many things that are providing inspiration for this adventure are two books (AudioBooks in my case) that have had a huge impact. As mentioned in one of our first posts, Tim Ferris’s first book The 4 Hour Work Week was a real eye opener. Not for the