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We're moving to Bali!

In the rice fields of Ubud

We are an Australian-Hungarian couple currently living in Ubud. We met in 2010 in Arequipa, Peru, did a long distance relationship before living, sometimes together and sometimes apart in Sydney, Mumbai, Budapest and for the moment, Bali. We’re incredibly fortunate to have seen a lot of the world and taken incredible experiences from these adventures.

But more important than our outward journeys, we’ve spent a lot of time looking inwardly, particularly in the last few years – studying and implementing various yogic, buddhist and mindfulness philosophies. Our aim is to be awake to every moment of life… This is very much a work in progress 🙂

We started this blog just before embarking on a spiritual journey which would take us to the holiest sight of the Sikh religion – the Golden Temple in Amritsar, a seven day initiation with the Dalai Lama, a tour through monasteries and villages in one of only two Tibetan buddhist kingdoms left on earth – Ladakh, and a month exploring the spirituality of Bali (interspersed with visiting family and friends in KL, Hong Kong and Australia). It was also an open ended journey to find a new home, after we decided to leave Budapest.

Now that we’ve settled in Bali, this is a space for us to share our thoughts on our adventures and how our experiences enrich our individual and collective spiritual journeys.

Mesi is a yoga teacher and shares some of her thoughts on her Facebook page, here: http://www.facebook.com/yogamesh – please like!

About Brad and Mesi

We are an Australian-Hungarian couple living in Bali, blogging about our inner and outer journeys.

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  1. Hi guys, I’ve nominated your blog for a Liebster Award – you can find out more about it here.

  2. Hi guys
    Thanks for the follow. Yours is one of the more interesting stories we’ve come across so far. We live the spiritual aspects of your lives and we began wondering if we could ever become more like that. Hopefully when we meet people that are more worldly (always non Americans ) we can change our lives a bit. Anyway Bali is on our bucket list and we’d love to meet when we go there some day. We’d love it if you can send us your email via our contact page so we can keep in touch. Looking forward to following and reading more of your blog
    Cheers
    Rob and Diane

  3. Dear Brad and Mesi,

    What an enriching life. I’m Elena Tamarit, journalist and intern in Bright Expats (, ). We are about to launch our new expats’ blog about Brussels and expat’s lifes around the world, and I would be delighted to interview you for an special article about your blog and globetrotter life, and maybe we could help new expats in the transition to a new life abroad.

    I think an e-mail interview would be the easiest due to my english speaking level (laughs), what do you think? Thanks so much for your time and I wish you a great day,

    Elena

    Elena Tamarit
    Bright Expats Brussels
    The Local Partner of Global People
    Email: elena@brightexpats.com
    Web: http://www.brightexpats.com and http://www.settleanconnect.com

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