>go to hostel in Europe. >German, Italian, Polish, French, Russian, Spanish, Swedish bros everywhere

>go to hostel in Europe
>German, Italian, Polish, French, Russian, Spanish, Swedish bros everywhere
>we all get drunk and crack jokes
>women are hot and friendly
>everybody is chill and funny
>amazing experience 10/10 would go again

wow that sure was great, i'll go to hostels too on my next trip! i loved my social experience!

>arrive in SEA hostel
>everybody is australian/american/british
>they only hang out with eachother
>boring as frick, stuck up
>only get blackout drunk (if they drink at all) and don't know the meaning of "moderation"
>women are cold and b***hy
>rude to everyone who's not an anglo
>talk in their godawful accents
>everybody superficial and annoying as frick
>frick this shit i'm never setting foot in a hostel outside of europe ever

Why are things like this,, SighSeellers?

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  1. 2 years ago

    I have had good experiences in hostels in Japan.

    • 2 years ago

      japan is big enough you'll get all nationalities at the hostel not just an anglo colony

    • 2 years ago

      Share houses in Japan... Local girls choose to live there, so they can frick as many White guys as possible...

      Laugh when they sleep with an American and get freaked out by the israeli wiener.

  2. 2 years ago

    Anglos are just like black people. You have 1 or 2 of them in your hostel they're going to be funny and friendly. When there is too many of them they just ruin it for everyone else.

    • 2 years ago

      seethe EUROKEKS
      ANGLOS cucked you and made you cry to SighSee KEK LMFAO

      • 2 years ago

        why are anglos like this?

        • 2 years ago

          >be EUROgay
          >go to SEA
          >anglos ignore you because you are autistic
          >w-why aren't people being my friend
          >I know I will post on 4chin

      • 2 years ago

        >Oi they be disrespectin' the heckin commonwelf! oll set em straight or me name isn't Cecil Roundtriscuit Geranium!

    • 2 years ago

      Depressingly true

  3. 2 years ago

    it's not about europe. there are certain meme destinations that ultra normie people go. thailand is one of them and normies don't like talking with "strangers". go to iran and stay in hostels. you'll find the most interesting travelers. go to berlin stay in a "popular" hostel, you'll see that no one is talking each other.

    • 2 years ago


      OP went to a hostel near an Instagram magnet and it was chock full of boring idiots

      Last vacay I took had a hashtag destination and I watched people queuing for selfies with it

  4. 2 years ago

    They don't usually hostel dumb virgin fat subhuman

    • 2 years ago

      where do they go?

      • 2 years ago

        The unemployment office

  5. 2 years ago

    >go to cheap party hostel in SEA
    >it's lower standard than what was in europe

    Never had issues with hostels regardless the place, just look up reviews on hostelworld->cross check maybe with google reviews->book place depending on that.

  6. 2 years ago

    >>rude to everyone who's not an anglo
    curry hands typed this post

  7. 2 years ago

    Hostels in Australia were fun. You have nationalities all over and people go on daytrips together.

  8. 2 years ago

    bri ish "tourists" are the worst
    everyone hates them in europe

  9. 2 years ago

    So true

  10. 2 years ago

    Where the frick are you staying in SEA? I'm Australian and I almost never meet any anglos in SEA hostels. They're usually Dutch, Italian, French, German, etc. I think on my last 4 week trip in Vietnam I met 2 Brits, 4 Americans, 1 Canadian and 2 Australians.
    On the other hand I'd say I must have met over 20 Dutch travelers, those frickers move to travel.

  11. 2 years ago

    Hostels themselves vary. I've found that most are just a cheap place to stay.

    Max that feature, if you find good people along the way it is a bonus.

  12. 2 years ago

    meh, depends on the day, sometimes there are only moronic bongs everywhere, sometimes you meet cool people. I feel it mostly depends on the location and how many groups there are. Super popular destinations will always be shit

  13. 2 years ago

    Go to a party hostel if you want partying

    90% of hostels are just reasonably priced accomodation

  14. 2 years ago

    >Go to hostel in Malaysia to meet with my cousins
    >Not far from the beach, ran by a malay married to a german
    >Actually wanted to surprise my cousin, so I arrive unannounced
    >There were no beds left for the first night, but the owner prepares me a comfy makeshift bed in the roof over the terrasse
    >Wake up to the smell of breakfast and the sound of chill guitar
    >Get invited to parties on a private island
    >Love it so much I stay there and come back later that year
    >There are chill barbecues, some parties and even a wedding
    >I now have a traditional malay suit
    >Now the roof is a real room and they got a couple of baby cats

    I'm sorry for you OP

  15. 2 years ago

    don't hostels just suck in general? they're like mystery chinese all you can eat buffet, you don't know what's in it, but you only had 4 bucks and they were the only place in town you could afford that wasn't as bottom of the barrel as mcdonald's or some shit. not that I'm speaking from experience, mind you. I always get a hotel or if friends let me crash with them then I'd do that instead. who wants to play roulette with that kinda shit?

    • 2 years ago

      No, they're great places to meet other solo travellers. But if you're in New York, Paris or Bangkok they're going to be trash and filled with uninteresting people. Normies who are just here for their instagrams and whatnot.
      You have to go to less touristy places. Some of my best travel memories are from hostels in Kiev and Bucharest. Great people from all over Europe.
      They usually have common rooms to drink and talk. They're great. The issue is not hostels themselves but where they are.

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