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Thursday, May 10, 2018

Where to buy discounted Hongkong Disneyland Tickets?

It's been a few months since we went to Hongkong Disneyland and despite our research before the trip, there are still a lot of things that we discovered once we got there thus, making us excited to go back soon. 

This includes the best place where we can get discounted Hongkong Disneyland tickets. If you remember, we got our 2-Day Hongkong Disneyland Tickets from Klook which I mentioned from my previous post

As of March 2018, Klook's offer for the 2-Day Hongkong Disneyland is still one of the best deals you can ever find. You can purchase the 2-day pass for only HKD 676 under the Traveler Shop and Play Package (this includes $30 shopping voucher) at Klook. Then, you can purchase using this link or use the code: B6K8X to instantly get HKD 25 off. Bringing the ticket rate down to HKD 651 

Let me share this to give you a better picture of the price comparison. This is now updated as of March 2018. 


Park Regular Rate -  HKD 799
Park and Shop Offer -  HKD 689 ( with free HK$30 merchandise discount voucher.)
Airport Ticket Rate - HKD 720
Klook Regular Ticket Rate with Discount Code - HKD 721 - 25 = HKD 699


Park Regular Rate - HKD 619
Park Play and Shop Offer - HKD 619 (with free HK$50 merchandise voucher or free waffle)
Airport Ticket Rate - HKD 540

As you can see you have different options on where to get discounted tickets to Hongkong Disneyland. then it would be cheapest through Klook. Just make sure to make use of the available promotional codes. If you need more Klook coupon codes, feel free to email me at  

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

The Correct Way to Get Wildlife Out of Your Home

Since humans interact with homes every day, they can quickly find the exits when necessary. Wildlife, on the other hand, can be confused by the sounds and smells indoors to the point where some don’t recognize an open door when you give it to them. There are also situations where wildlife removal is difficult because the creatures simply want to stay in this warm place with plenty of food. Here are some things to avoid and some to do when you have an unwanted guest.

Do Open Doors and Windows

Even though some wildlife will not recognize the exits you're offering, it is often better to have them than not. Certain rodents, once they feel trapped, may lash out at anything that moves. Once you've called an exterminator in Houston, TX, ask for other recommendations until arrival.

Don't Trust Old Folk Remedies

It can seem tempting to use plants, candles or other remedies to "urge" wildlife to leave your home, but most of these are better at preventing them from getting inside in the first place. You are better off trusting a professional to advise you that "old wives."

Do Check Local Laws

In some states, a permit is required to remove wildlife from a home or the surrounding areas. There are also laws against releasing wildlife on government property. Snakes, in particular, sometimes have laws against even releasing them in your neighborhood as they are legally classified as a nuisance. Another note is bees usually require relocation instead of destruction.

Don't Go In Blind

Just because you have a cat does not mean you are ready to tackle a raccoon and toss it outside. Wildlife extraction should never be attempted by a novice. Even if you have experience with wild critters, it is a good idea to do some research before attempting anything risky.

Do Move Your Pets to a Safe Space

Wildlife that gets indoors might try to attack a domestic cat, dog, bird or other pet. It's a good idea to move your pet somewhere safe with a door you can close. Large pets or ones that feel a need to be involved in everything might balk at this imprisonment, but it prevents possible injury.

Handling wildlife removal is something best left to professionals. These tips can help protect you, your family and pets while you wait for someone more qualified for the job. A qualified exterminator can also tell you about any laws regarding your particular pest.