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Many families want to move to Bali but are hesitant if they should bring their very young children. Hygiene, safety, transport and health care are at the top of the list of concerns. So many of my expat friends arrived in Bali with 6 month old babies

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

Before we get into this awesome interview I must let you know it comes with a lovely story of how small our world is and how you can make your dreams come true. Rachel Zubak contacted me back when we were still living in Bali and

So who am I talking to ? Profile:   Nikki, husband Matt and daughter Mia (11). Originally from:   Perth, Western Australia  Arrived in Bali: July 2015. We made sure we settled in a few weeks before the school year started in August.       Home in Bali is:   For

So who am I talking to ? Profile:   Lisa Godfery, husband Richard and James (11) and Ella (9). Originally from:   Auckland, New Zealand        Arrived in Bali:   January 2017.  We thought we had to arrive for the start of the school year but actually my children attend Montessori Bali which

So who am I talking to? Jess Originally from: Eumundi, Queensland, Australia Arrived in Bali: January, 2015 Home in Bali was: Legian I lived in an apartment down a small gang in north Legian, near Double Six Beach. How long did you plan to stay? I originally planned to stay for

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