• 10 Tips For Packing Small And Fragile Items When Moving Home

    10 Tips For Packing Small And Fragile Items When Moving Home

    When homeowners are planning and organising a home move they will hire removalists, not just for them to physically implement the move on the day, but also for their experience and advice. That experience and advice will cover many aspects of a home move, and one of the most important is how to pack items so that they are safe from damage or breakage.

    The items in question will range from large, such as display cabinets and appliances, to small items such as ornaments and glassware. It is the latter type we are going to focus on so that you have as much information as possible to ensure that any small or fragile items you pack before your move remain safe until they are unpacked in your new home.

    To achieve that, here are ten tips that we have gleaned from speaking to dozens of removalists and which we believe are the most likely to help you pack and transport your small and fragile items from your old home to your new one safely.

    Tip #1 – Sort And Categorise: It helps if you sort all your small and fragile items such as glassware, crockery, electronic items etc. so that each group can be wrapped and packed most appropriately.

  • Things To See In Bali

    Top 10 Things To See In Bali In 2018

    Bali is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South East Asia, if not in the world. It is a beautiful, picturesque place with amazing scenery and a wonderful culture. It doesn’t matter if you are staying in budget accommodation or in fancier Bali villas – the island offers something for everyone. Here are our top ten things to see in Bali in 2018:

    • Besakih Temple:

    You will often hear Besakih Temple called the ‘mother temple’ of Bali. A hindu temple, it is huge, and is an absolute must see on any trip to the island. Found on the slopes of volcanic Mount Agung, you can enjoy both the scenery and the beauty of the temple on the same day!

    • Kuta:

    If you enjoy surfing, spending time near the beach, and partying with like-minded people, then don’t miss a visit to Kuta, the “surf central” of Bali.

    • Mount Batur:

    If you enjoy hiking and spending time in nature, don’t miss the opportunity to climb the volcanically active Mount Batur. The area is incredibly scenic, and offers plenty of great photo opportunities.

  • Tourist in Bali

    5 Things To Be Careful Of As A Tourist In Bali

    As a tourist in any foreign country, there is always some form of risk. In some countries, this risk is much greater than in others, depending on their laws and acceptance of foreigners. Luckily, Bali is relatively accepting of foreign visitors, which means that – as long as you are sensible and don’t break any laws – there isn’t a whole lot of risk associated with visiting Bali. Even if you are staying in your own private Bali villas, it is important to be aware of the following risks:

    • Drugs

    Although it may be tempting to some people to take recreational or party drugs during their time in Bali, it simply isn’t worth the risk. Indonesia has extremely strict anti-drug policies, which mean that you will face severe penalties for possession, even if you only have a tiny amount of the drug. Don’t risk ruining your holiday.

    • Thieves

    Unfortunately, Bali is home to a lot of opportunistic criminals. As a relatively poor country, there are a lot of people who would happily steal from rich tourists to survive. You should always be careful walking around at night, especially if you are alone. Don’t leave valuables in plain sight, or thieves will take it as an invitation. Most importantly, always lock your room when you aren’t in it – an unlocked door is like an invitation to a thief!