Things you need to know about Bali - Schoolies Edition
TYN2K - schoolies
Applauded for its honesty and insight, Things you need to know about Bali for Schoolies gets down to the important things.
Every year, students finish their last year of high school and flood to Bali to celebrate. Whether it's gap year or schoolies, it is huge. Sadly not all get home without incident. This is either not knowing what to expect, not having an awareness of their new surroundings, or taking risks.
As a parent, this is of concern...we all want out kids to get home safely.
This book provides information that is beyond commonsense:
- what if you have an allergy?
- what are the critical safety tips?
- what medical information do you need to know?
- what does insurance usually cover (and not cover)?
- what if I ride a motor bike?
- is it as dangerous as some people make out?
- what are hospitals like in Bali?
- what are the must-know cultural tips?
- can I get a tattoo?
It is a one stop resource that gives lists to check through before you leave home and helpful tips for the young traveller, and their families. Packed for of information, it will open your eyes and help make you a better traveller, which is good for you, and good for Bali.
At just $12.95, we have kept the price low. It's a small investment in your teen's (and their friends') safety. If you don't find one single thing that you didn't know, we will gladly refund your money. Just send an email to email@example.com with a description of why, within seven days of purchase.
We are certain that because we are on the ground, this reference book will be invaluable, from lists of medical issues, how to put together a first aid kid, important numbers, and so much more.
Things you need to know about Bali is the peace of mind you've been looking for.
Written in an easy to read style, this gives you the chance to sit down with your teen and talk about action plans to avoid trouble, what they would do if something did happen, and be fully prepared so that they can get on with having fun. There is also a chapter dedicated to just that, with a list of things to see and do to get you out of Kuta and exploring the magic that is Bali.
There are 384 pages of detailed information broken into 11 chapters, with links to help speed up finding what you need to know.
Clare has travelled to the island some 70 times and now spends most of her time there. She is still in touch with how it feels like to be a tourist, and as such, delivers information in a caring way. No-one is expected to know everything. She has appeared on several current affairs shows and radio, and Channel Nine's Sixty Minutes, for the expertise that she is able to give to tourists.
In December 2013, she launched another side to Bali, Bali Soul Journals. This beautifully photographed book takes you on a journey to what some say is becoming Bali Lost. Get in touch with the essence of Bali, and help Bali preserve its culture for our children, but more importantly, for the people of Bali.
Just $12.95, this is a book no parent or teen should be without.