All in a day’s work

All in a day’s work

Photo above of Dara, Earth-mover, 60,000 Rp a day This is a photo essay between myself, Janet Nicol, an expat living in Bali and Gun Gun Gumilar a photographer from Java. We decided to explore Ubud and document the various jobs and incomes we encountered. Below is a...
In the streets: Jalan Petitenget

In the streets: Jalan Petitenget

By Janet Nicol/Instagrams by Janet Nicol and Mirjam De Ruiter. In the heart of Seminyak, bordering on Kerobokan, lies a two-kilometer long and winding street called Jalan Petitenget (petty-teng-it). As central Seminyak shows clear signs of having passed its heyday,...
Setting It Up

Setting It Up

By Stacy Stube IT was during a holiday on the island that I caught the Bali Bug; not the one that affects the stomachs of many tourists (that’s Bali Belly), but the madly-in-love and ‘can’t live or breathe without you’ kind of bug. Bali is one of the few places in the...
Bitcoin in Bali

Bitcoin in Bali

By Gary Dykstra/Cover photo by Vitto Christaldi WELCOME to Bali. You’ll need cash. New adventures take one to far-off lands where everything is fresh, exciting and novel. People dream of travel- ing to Southeast Asia to experience the breeze and lush jungle settings....
Living to work or working to live?

Living to work or working to live?

By Janas Priya   “THE gods had condemned Sisyphus to ceaselessly rolling a rock to the top of a mountain, whence the stone would fall back of its own weight. They had thought with some reason that there is no more dreadful punishment than futile and hopeless...
What knowmads should know about: The four hour work week

What knowmads should know about: The four hour work week

By Renee Martyna/Photo of Hubud by Saskia Athlene Catherine Rysenbry YOU may be among the many millions who read Tim Ferriss’ book “The 4 Hour Work Week” and felt it changed your life. You are not alone! Bali is teeming with people who dropped traditional careers for...