We’ve all found places that we instantly we take a liking to. Those places that sneak into our hearts and make us smile – they slow time down and take away all their worries. Most of the time they are cities or sights, but this time – it was La Cigana Hostel in Tulum, Mexico that I’m smiling about.Read More
Hostels can be great experiences. They allow for an open social scene and an intermingling of cultures. They provide beds and breakfast on the cheap and friendly staff dole out advice for free. You can meet your travelling companions in the hostels, and have friends for the days you’re in town. But Hostels can also rain hate. All of these wonderful people you met during the day can morph into monsters during the night. These are the 7 Hostel Monsters I’ve met in my time.Read More
Where to Stay: Riad Verus
Before I arrived in Fes I pre-booked my place at Riad Verus. I found it online at hostelworld.com and thought it looked nice. I’d always wanted to stay in a traditional Riad and upon arrival in Morocco it’s the first thing I booked. I had high expectations of colours and carvings, high cielings, and mint tea; Riad Verus has met every desires.Read More
If you find yourself on Easter Island, and are asking yourself; Where should I stay where I can have an amazing experience, with incredible owners, and be in a great location? Look no further than the Kaimana Inn.
Their motto is: Our passengers arrive as tourists and leave as our friends.Read More