Hostel room types - what are the differences?

Hostel room types – what are the differences?

At Hostels you can find many different room types. From Ensuite facilities to dorms, twin rooms, budget private accommodation and more. The hostel room types couldn’t be more confusing – especially for the first time traveler. This is why we want to give you an overview of all the hostel ... read more

Speechless in Khao Sok: No WiFi, No TV, and electricity for only a few hours at night
National Park Khao Sok, Thailand

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Speechless in Khao Sok: No WiFi, No TV, and electricity for only a few hours at night

After spending four days in the craziness of Bangkok, we set off on the very long and smelly train journey to Surat Thani, Thailand. I was so glad to arrive in Surat. The smell from the toilets and even though we had pull down beds, I was constantly whacking my head off the top of the bed (if anyone reading this has done the journey and they are over 6feet tall they will understand) every time the train hit a bump. And trust me there are a lot of bumps. When the train arrives, it is not like at home. There

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5 Secret Tips Copenhagen - Cocktails and Danish Vibe

5 Secret Tips Copenhagen – Cocktails and Danish Vibe

Welcome to Copenhagen, the pearl of the Scandinavian north: worldly, chic, and bike-friendly. We are proud to share with you our 5 secret tips Copenhagen. This city offers so many different things to explore, to discover, that we could not resists to put together our top 5 secret tips for Copenhagen to ... read more

Caveland Santorini Hostel, a magical Place!

Caveland Santorini

Santorini, Greece

WOW – this is usually the first reaction to the former winery, and now 5 Star Hostel Caveland Santorini. Have you ever slept in a cave? Okay okay, we have to calm down, the Caveland Santorini Hostel is pretty special for many reasons. We at Hostelgeeks are excited to share ... More about Caveland Santorini Santorini, Greece

Regretting feeling daring in Tokyo

Regretting feeling daring in Tokyo

Weary from a day of walking across Tokyo, we went to the first restaurant we could find. The owner did not speak any English and unlike in the tourist restaurants across Tokyo, there were no photos on the menu. Feeling bold, we asked for a selection of dishes. We are not fussy eaters however when we looked at the plate of mini crabs on cocktail sticks and chunks of chicken that had been seared, but were raw in the middle. We realized that this was not a sensible attitude to adopt in Japan. We also realized that we would be

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