Tag: hostels

The Best Hostels in Byron Bay for Backpackers and Holidayers

If you know me in person, or have been following my blog for the last year and a half, you’ll know that I kind of got obsessed with the beautiful town of Byron Bay in northern New South Wales, Australia. I lived in this whacky and wonderful town for five…

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Paper Plane Hostel Review: Unique Accomodation in Kuala Lumpur

Arriving into Kuala Lumpur wasn’t my finest hour. My plane was delayed, it took hours to get through customs, I turned down an offer of splitting a grab taxi because ‘I like public transport’ – cut to an hour later, where I’m standing outside a shut Monorail office, in the…

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The Old Fire Station Hostel Review – The Best Hostel in Fremantle

Australian backpackers! Wanting cheap, friendly and comfortable accommodation in Fremantle? Take a look at this review of the Old Fire Station to learn about why I think it’s the best hostel in Fremantle and Perth. Nestled in the heart of Fremantle is The Old Fire Station, a unique hostel that’s loved by…

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A unique hostel in Sydney – YHA Railway Square

If you’re searching for a unique hostel in Sydney, there is really no other option than YHA Railway Square. The main selling point of this hostel is that some of the dorms are located in renovated railway carriages. From the outside they look like vintage railway cars, and as soon…

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