Blogs from expats in Indonesia
Would you like to work, live, move to Indonesia? Or just to find out how is life in Indonesia? We've got much more than travel brochures: read blogs written by expats living in Indonesia!
JakHacks: get in, fit in, get out on the weekend, get back, get married. Categories include Dutch Jakarta, Jakarta Women, Bali Moon, Madly Madura and Herbal Tease. The Sharehouse has large, quiet, downstairs bedroom w/ attached bath opening up 1 June 2013. We're 10 minutes from the central office district and prefer long-term subleases.
A recollection of the doings, goings & happenings of my life as an English teacher abroad. It's now 11 mo. into my time in Indonesia. I'll reference my time in Spain teaching, and my hometown (Seattle) plus lots else. I've been told I never take the easy path. Easy it's not, but it makes life anything but boring. Names maybe changed, I don't want to anger anyone. Accuracy is subject to my opinion & preference, as well as the weather, alignment of the moon & my state of intoxication.
I am a small town girl from South Carolina until one day I sold everything I owned and moved to Bali, Indonesia with two suitcases. My blog is my outlet for all things I love and allows me to journal all things that inspire me. I also hope to share with you some of my expat experiences about life in Indonesia. Indonesia is such a diverse country with many different cultures and lifestyles. Still Want More? Please step into my world and have a look around.
I am a 23 year old Scot discovering the highs and lows of life in Jakarta, Indonesia. My blog is filled with amusing articles about the weird and wonderful things I encounter here, alongside some advice for any newcomers who might feel as lost as I did when I first arrived.
Slouched into Indonesia in early 1999 intent on committing journalism. Fell in love with the country and a special someone. The Stockholm Syndrome has truly set in and I'm a willing, complicit hostage to this great country, with a wife and grinchlet twins (2010). While life is grand, I've not surrendered the critical faculties and prejudices honed to a fine point by firelight through many a long Canadian winter. For all the stunning advances since Suharto left, the paradoxes of modern Indonesia and its colorful collection of evil scumbags, willful incompetents, and fruitcakes offers fertile soil for commentary and hopefully, humor.