Tourists and visitors to Bali are faced with dangers they would not face in their own country. Apart from tropical diseases, many visitors ride motorbikes and expose themselves to risk. Fortunately their are places you can go if trouble strikes. This evening I visited one, SOS International in Kuta.
Quit your job, move to Bali, start a new life. Sounds lovely doesn’t it? Doing all that is possible and does not require special skills, connections or a lot of money. However you must get your ‘ducks in a line’ so to speak, to make your move to Bali a […]
Here’s an update on some of things happening in the internet access scene in Bali. Remember the nonsense I had to go through with XL (you don’t need a phone line, you need a phone line, you don’t need a phone line)? well I eventually managed to borrow someone’s phone […]
Here is a list of the top Bali Real Estate Agents, people you can rely on to get you the best properties on the ‘best island in the world‘.
With so many land development projects going on in Bali its hard to keep track of which ones are finished and which are sold out. Riding around Seminyak one can see some nice examples of places ideally located for a great Bali holiday, including C151 on Jl. Petitenget and Le […]
Following last week’s excellent article in Bali Discovery regarding the legality of foreigners buying land in Bali, there follows another related article, this one an interview with a respected notary on the same subject.
Raising kids is something that most of us aren’t trained for but have to deal with sooner or later. I actually enjoy it, partly because I know it won’t last forever and partly because it brings a refreshing reality to things.
My visit to the XL building recently was a rather frustrating affair, getting my machine & cell phone set up with their system, only to hear I needed a land line. After all the good advice from Baliblog readers I decided to pay another visit to sort this ISP issue […]
Buying land in Bali and building your ‘dream house’ is something many people consider. During my time living in Bali I’ve seen some quite dramatic situations where foreigners went diving in and got / almost got burned. Indonesian law states that only Indonesian citizens can own land in Indonesia, but […]