Sitting in my upstairs bedroom late this afternoon, I heard a sound that had made me run in the past. Made the gardener, was outside in the parking area, with one of those ‘fogging machines‘, designed to kill insects. My neighbor 2 doors down, an Aussie guy who surfs, recently […]
New expats in Bali have to spend time shorting themselves out. Chores such as finding a place to live, getting transport, organizing a visa, getting your mail, recieving a FAX, looking for a job, etc, can take time and effort. Krakatoa Business Center is one place that helps new expats […]
Seems to me there are more people moving to Bali / Indonesia as expats. I don’t know about other people who live here, but I seem to be always running into people, who have ‘just moved to Bali a year ago’. With that in mind, I thought it might be […]
Visiting Bali in 1993, I had the opportunity of visiting a lady who owned a house at Batubelig beach in Seminyak. The house was a lovely western style bungalow, bamboo / alang alang roof, with 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen etc.
Nick has mentioned in previous articles about some of the hassles of being an expat as far as getting robbed and having odd persons hassling them at their houses.
It would be perfect to have quake resistant buildings and houses throughout the archipelago of Indonesia and in doing so it would dramatically lessen the damage costs and loss of life.
Late last year I was down on the Bukit Peninsula with some Balinese friends of mine having a look around. I was eager to check out Pura Uluwatu to see if any changes had occurred as I had not been there for a while.
Most of us would dearly adore living in the tropics and especially Bali. Getting your own house there or renting it, and generally enjoying life to the max. But, what kind of house would you choose?.
Okay Baliblog worldwide audience, who wants to run their very own guest house in Bali? Bingin is one of the choice surf spots in Bali, located close to Dreamland on the Bukit peninsula. Here’s how you can get that guest house.