Hostels and Accommodation Articles and Travel Advice
Gents, take note of these seven commandments and ensure your travelling relationship doesn't become more roadkill. Or you could learn the hard way. Your choice.
Warrick Howard has written a simple, handy guide to getting through dorm life without making any of the typical 'newbie' mistakes. Make sure you follow these rules!
Sleeping in an airport is something you might associate with missing a flight, but for some sleeping in an airport can offer a real alternative experience.
It’s 3am. You’re sleeping off a few beers and a great party in a hostel. Suddenly you’re woken by terrifying screams, panic, flames, no lights (electricity has gone), thick smoke and everyone shouting in foreign languages (backpackers panic in their own language, not English!). Would you know what to do?
Staying in hostels is one of the best things about backpacking. You’ll meet loads of new people and share experiences that you’d never get to try if you were travelling alone. However, we understand that your first time in a hostel can be quite a daunting experience, so we’ve put together this guide to help allay those fears, so you can get on with having fun.