Tips For Hiring A Bus


Are you plan on hiring a bus for an event? Whether you’re planning a trip for a large group or need transportation to a special event, hiring a bus can save you both time and headaches. When you have a bus, people won’t have to figure out their transportation individually. Everyone will have a way to get to your destination.

With that said, hiring a bus can be costly. In addition, there are many different things that you will have to consider. Think about all of these things before you rent out a bus.

  1. Look For A Reliable Company

You need to make sure that the bus you hire will be able to get you to your destination without any kind of issue. If a bus company has older vehicles in their fleet, their buses might break down on route to their destination.

If a company is reliable, you will be able to trust that their bus can get you anywhere that you need to go. You won’t have to deal about unplanned stops or slowdowns; you’ll get to your destination right on time.

  1. Learn More About The Driver

When you hire a bus, you won’t just be renting the bus itself. You will also be hiring someone to drive that bus. You shouldn’t just think about the bus you should be renting; you need to think about the person that will be driving it.

When you talk to a bus company, you should find out more about the drivers that they employ. See how much experience they have. Find out if they have received any special kind of training or obtained some sort of certification.

You should know who is going to be driving the bus that you will be taking. If a company is reluctant to provide you with information about their drivers, you may want to work with another company.

  1. Find Fair Prices

You want to hire the best bus you can, but you also want to make sure that you stay within your budget. If the bus you rent is too expensive, you may wind up with some problems.

Work to secure the best possible price for your bus rental. Call for quotes from several different bus companies; find out what they charge.

When you are obtaining price quotes, you should find out more about what that quote includes. Make sure you’re fully aware of what you will be charged for. Find out if the fee you’re being quote includes the payment for the driver. See if you will have to pay for the gas that you use.

If you want to compare prices accurately, you need to know exactly what you are paying for.

A comparison site like is a good place to start for checking out prices for different bus operators.

  1. Learn What Will Happen If Something Goes Wrong

Hopefully, your trip will go off without a hitch. With that said, if something does go wrong, you will want to make sure that it won’t cause any sort of problems for you.

Find out how the bus company deals with worse case scenarios. What will happen if you have to cancel the bus? What will happen if you have the bus longer than expected? How will you be reimbursed if the bus breaks down on your trip?

The best companies have a plan in place for every possible situation. They try to avoid problems, but they are still prepared for any mishap that might occur. Getting a bus hire company on yelp! can help you with getting contact details for the company and an idea of times when they are open.

You will want to consider several different things when hiring a bus. You will have to evaluate various companies so that you can find the best one to work with. Make sure you find a company that can give you what you need.

If you don’t want to hire a bus i suggest you watch the next youtube video. 😉

Is meditation retreat right for you ?

When we halt to clarify it is a religious Retreat, not one where I ‘m being pampered and massaged, as in a health spa; but, instead, one that’s a ‘working’ escape. By all reports it may truly be similar- in some ways, it’s massaging and the pampering of the spirit.

In Catholic groups, we were required to go on retreat. I recall that retreat. We likely did, although I don’t remember spending the night in the dorms. It was intimidating because I didn’t understand what to anticipate and those nuns, whom I ‘d just weekly contact with through catechism course, actually made me nervous.

I also felt a sense of prevalent peace; and a profound sense of fear for the rite and routine. I didn’t understand it at the time how important refuge would become in my life.

I ‘ve friends who ask what it’s that I do since I attend retreat often, as part of my religious practice. The underlying question is, “What’s a refuge?”

Anyone can go on a retreat, and it will not need to be at a special position or with a special organization. One can only determine that they’d like to establish a specific period to get away for religious contemplation.

Second, there isn’t any set time that’s unique to being on escape. Their time program will order, based on the home accommodations if you join up with a specific organization. A brief getaway could be a one day ‘get ’ away into a secluded place near the ocean, woods, or the mountains. I’ve been on week long ones, weekend getaways, and even more.

One can join an organized religious retreat-many are offered through churches, or there in many cases are organizations that welcome individuals interested in experiencing retreat. Some ‘retreat facilities’ hold retreats at specific times of the year for specific groups of people, i.e. girls, or single women, etc., and there’s a focus or topic that’s followed.

The focus of any spiritual retreat will be to deepen your spiritual experience that is individual. Thus, whether you are going to be listening to a spiritual teacher, at some point, together with special teachings, or sitting in quiet during meditation or prayer, it is necessary to remember the goal isn’t primarily a social gathering or time to read the most recent novel by your favorite writer.

I have come across Lola Jones who run regular Meditation Retreat in California, UK and Germany. Do check her out.

So who knows what?

That’s right you heard me, I asked the questions that may seem grammatically incorrect, but you know what’s up. To end the diversion I want to know who know’s what about SEO?

The reason I ask is that this blog that I’ve just started up, well, it’s brand new (see what I did there ;). It ain’t got nothing on it and it got no reputation. It’s a big world out there and an even bigger internet so you gotta make a name for yourself somehow.

You can do it the old fashioned way and build it up slowly, but why not put it on legal steroids? Arnold Schwarzenegger did it and made millions and became the champion and even got the girl! He got the girl!!! So why can’t we do it?

Just looks at that bodacious and bountiful chest!

Now after that 135 character introduction let’s have a looks at the main point of topic, I present to you, without further ado, SEO!

SEO stand for Search Engine Optimisation, I’m not entirely sure what that means so you might want to check out the wiki article for it. What I know in lamens terms is that SEO will get your website ranked in Google for the keywords you want. How they do it is a mystery to me but it works. They say it may not work forever but at least for now it does and that makes me happy.

So my story comes in here, I heard of this type of SEO wizardry and wondered if it could be of benefit to me. After a buttload of research I found AKAP, they are Brisbane based just like me so I got someone local I can talk to. Although they assured me that you don’t necessarily need someone local to do your SEO. For instance you could get someone from the USA to do your SEO even if you lived in the UAE.

None the less these guys are currently working on my site now to get it ranked. Check out their SEO site here. And if you’re super keen you can check out their Twitter too.

Now it’s a little bit too early to tell you exactly how well they did the job. I’ll do another post to tell you how it went in a couple of months or so. I know there are no tangible results now but I was just a little bit too excited when I realised what they can do. That or maybe I need to switch to decaf.

If you have any questions you want to ask me on anything you can always leave a comment and I’ll magically or no so magically get an email notification so I can get back to you. I don’t always reply, it usually depends on how much stuff I’ve got to do that day/that week. But hey, try and let’s see how we go.

I also take request on what topics you guys want to hear about. So make some request, sort of like a cover band. Don’t be afraid to if you think they are difficult topics, I like to read and I like to be challenged. Feel free to critique the articles if you think they suck, please make sure that it’s constructive criticism too. If it’s blatant abuse You’ll be blocked, this will be the first and last warning for the blocking (my feelings are sensitive!!).

Also we do guest blogging, so if you want to write on this site or start to help contribute regularly, that we can do!

Over and out for now, have a good night and until the next time! 😀 😀

P.S. Read about SEO it’ll blow your mind!


Here is a video of cats for fun!!! 😀 😀 😀

The band is still setting up!

So it looks like you’ve gotten to the venue a little early, before the band has arrived! Never fear dear reader they’ll arrive momentarily (a plus getting to the venue early you might catch a glimpse of you favorite artist or possibly get an autograph!).

Okay so check back here and we’ll be closer to up and running, perhaps even playing our first song (a.k.a. blog post). 😉 😉

Cya soon!