What is the hostel experience like?

What is the hostel experience like?

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  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    You often get a appropriate experience equal to the time+effort checking the place out+ cost of stay.

    Just use hostelworld for a breakdown of age, nationality, sex, and a brief summary of what it's like.

    Redflags are
    -isreali's, British, Chinese, and French visit/stay frequently there
    -no washing machine onsite
    -only common room is in kitchen
    -hostel speaks about please no downloading/uploading on wifi
    -towel's aren't free for the shower (listed as charge)
    -hostel states it locks the front door or doors at midnight

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I have no idea how uncivilized Israelis are. These people have absolutely no consideration for others. Never had a good experience with them.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Every corner of the world touched by tourism has bad things to say about them
        They treat the world somewhere between Tel Aviv and the West Bank

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        They have mandatory military service and when they get out they get a lump sum which a lot of them spend on travel.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        They have the financial means and tastes of westerners but the culture, manners and habbits of middle easterns. On top of that they have a heavy dose of arrogance and sense of self importance. It's a potent mix which makes them hard to like.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah. Travelled to Israel before the war and the orthodox travellers are very annoying with their prayers.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Cool site for sexpests rating hostel bawds

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I went to a hostel in Malaysia that made it very clear in the booking agreement — "No Israelis!"
      Absolutely based

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >towel's aren't free for the shower (listed as charge)
      I don't think this is a red flag, this is more of a country by country basis.
      Some countries will commonly give you free towels, some won't, it helps just to bring your own towel anyways and not worry about it.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >towel's aren't free for the shower (listed as charge)
      >hostel states it locks the front door or doors at midnight
      these are standard normal things in hostels though.
      if anything a hostel that doesnt lock its doors is more of a red flag.
      the $2 whatever towel rental is to help them recoup losses from morons stealing shit like bathmats, TP and cutlery from them. also its well worth paying the $2 towel rental to not have to carry your own wet towel around in your bag with you when traveling, not to mention if you think $2 is an issue then you're probably too poor to travel.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >these are standard normal things in hostels though.
        Most hostels I've stayed at I pay a bit more for a key access or pin code to get in past midnight. Same with towels, most will give you one at check in and you can clean it with your clothes as needed.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        You are going to want to carry a microfiber towel anyways since not all hostels offer towels and they are small size.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Colombian hostels all charged for towels, and they were awesome. Just bring your own towel.

      great if you like to listen to strangers fart and snore all night as you try to sleep and have your shit stolen

      Snoring, yes. Stealing, no.

      probably a good option for poor people. don't see why else you'd do it though.

      you can get "social experiences" anywhere honestly. you don't need to be in a hostel.

      Hotels rarely have common areas as good as the best hostels. When's the last time you stayed in a hotel with a hammocking area, for instance?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >-isreali's, British, Chinese, and French visit/stay frequently there
      why is that a red flag?
      >locks the front door at midnight
      isn't that a good thing? It will keep obnoxious drunkards from waking me up at 2am.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Try to spend a night, just a single night, with them and you'll instantly know why once the morning sun shines on your face the next day.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Redflags are -isreali's
      Seriously though, why are they like this? My dad managed hotels and he too ranked New York israelites followed by Israeli israelites as the absolute worst to deal with, always treating his staff like shit, always making insane demands like they owned the world. Third were high caste Indians but that one honestly makes more sense because high caste indians interact a lot with the lower castes in their country and develop an (unwarranted) sense of superiority from that, whereas I find it hard to believe Israel israelites have that many interactions with arabs. Is it literally just religion alone? This was back in 70s and 80s too so it's an ancient trend

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's the same thing between these groups. They believe they're literally better than everyone else for religious reasons.

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    great if you like to listen to strangers fart and snore all night as you try to sleep and have your shit stolen

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      i have found a lot of good company in hostels that have shared hanging out areas and ended up marrying one of the girls
      some of the hostels felt like dating sims, wake up and girls are on the breakfast table reading maps and asking what places are worth visiting
      boring normies don't travel much, hot university girls do

      ear plugs, keep your stuff close or locked

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I'm obnoxious and selfish, stuff you ears to slightly but never fully block out my noise. also block your nose for my smell. and block your eyes while I turn on the light all night

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >listen to strangers fart
      are hostels coed? The OP picture has a man and a woman. I would like to hear (and smell) her fart tbh.

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I think they are overrated. I have never met a lifelong friend at a hostel, but part of that could be because I'm not exaxtly a social butterfly, but not a full aspie either. But some people do genuinely seem to mingle well in a hostel environment and have the time of their lives. But IMO hostels are full of turbo normies, 'suave' traveller types covered in cringy tattoos and digital nomads slumming it. Rarely do you meet someone who is actually interesting and doesnt have left wing views on everything. I have been staying in private dorms in hostels for the past 5 years either alone or with one other friend just to save money but I think I'm going to stop because I am just not compatible with the people who stay at these places anymore and I'm also after hitting 30 so...maybe time to move up a level to 3 star hotels

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Think id rather kill myself, glad i went straight for hotels. Unintentionally booked a hotel where the reception was in a hostel in a seperate building and that was enough for me

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        maybe that autists anon fails to give a good view. i was moronic for avoiding hostels for years when solo traveling

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          im 32 and i dont want to be arrested for murder as soon as some disgusting unwashed 18 year old commushit hippie covered in tattoos disturbs my sleep

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            You need to wear ear plugs and sleep mask if you're goign to do a hostel.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              Get waxed cotton. You will essentially be deaf if they are seated properly. With the sleep mask the only thing that might wake you up is either getting pissed on or them having a WWE match inside the dorm

    • 3 months ago
      Cult of Passion

      >3 star hotels
      AirBnB monthly.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        I never stay in the same place for more than 3 days. Even in massive megacities I get bored fairly quick. IMO you can get the vibe of a place after a few days.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Three days is very little time to try everything on offer in a foodie city, unless you have a ravenous appetite. Moving around to different neighborhoods in a city makes sense, but it's a PITA arriving at 12:15 PM and having to wait 'til 3 to check in.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Rarely do you meet someone who is actually interesting and doesnt have left wing views on everything.

      lmao look at this /misc/ sperg talking to hostel people about politics

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Cool but why do you have to post about /misc/ in every single thread on this board? See:
        https://archive.4plebs.org/trv/search/text/%2Fpol%2F%20virgin/page/1/
        How about you just shut the frick up and stop bringing it up? It lives rent free in your head, and every single one of those posts is 100% you my dude.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        you don't need to talk to them about it, they talk to you about it.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I've met a cool Chinese guy in Turkey in 2018, we explored Cappadocia together and still chat regularly. Met some other nice people as well. I think one should try to use hostels that are oriented on tourists (like that one in Cappadocia which had great vibe of people around the world coming together) rather than workers or you'll have a generally miserable time. Unfortunately, sometimes it's not obvious at all. Chinese hostels were really good, but Russian or Indian ones are definitely not, even if they have the word "travel" in it. Poor proletarians from rural regions are always depressing. You might want to talk with them on a train instead.

      I wonder how Japanese hostels feel like.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I wonder how Japanese hostels feel like.
        It's been awhile since I've been in Japan hostels (maybe 6-7 years), but they are small for sure, at least the ones I stayed at in the cities, real estate isn't cheap I suppose. Like one place in Sapporo had two rooms with 4 beds each (if I remember correctly), run by one guy who had help sometimes. One next to Fuji was bigger and more modern, but that's not really a big city.
        People don't stick around for long and usually everyone is out during the day and maybe you can catch some people at evenings, but Japan is expensive to fly to and everyone comes for a short while, so I suppose everyone is cramming as much things to do during the day. Then come back tired and do it again. I was pretty much the same.

        China has some cool hostels, like one I stayed in Qingdao that was in an old observatory. It was a youth hostel with local art school students also staying there in dorm rooms. Got a private room and I think I was the only foreigner, I don't think it's running anymore. Then in Beijing there were few located in the old courtyards, where the princes lived before. I think those are torn down already though.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >workers
        I loved being in a hostel with workers, but I'm kinda schizoid.

    • 3 months ago
      Jackass

      >But IMO hostels are full of turbo normies, 'suave' traveller types covered in cringy tattoos and digital nomads slumming it. Rarely do you meet someone who is actually interesting and doesnt have left wing views on everything.
      Youre describing party hostels. Yes of course the average guest at a mad monkey is going to have an iq in double digits and think top-40 is enjoyable listening music.

      Ive met cool acquaintances at every non-party hostel Ive been to without even trying, and the comfort level of the best one I stayed at was better than most hotels Ive stayed in.

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    probably a good option for poor people. don't see why else you'd do it though.

    you can get "social experiences" anywhere honestly. you don't need to be in a hostel.

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Your mileage may vary, of course. There are different kind of hostels, which can attract different kind of people. I've stayed in a lot of hostels during the years, had a lot of fun. Some are really commercialized and clean places, which are almost run like a hotel, while some are more down-to-earth and some just party hostels.
    Never really liked the party ones, only stayed like 2 times and maybe 1-2 nights at a time, just because couldn't find anything else. Easy to get girls, but don't really care for that. Once in Thailand I ducked into one on the islands because heavy rains were coming, and didn't want to look for a bungalow in the rain. Got a private room with aircon, so not that bad. But the traveller girls just basically throw themselves at you, while you want to chill. Girl who was running the front desk wanted to start playing strip ping pong like 10 minutes after I came.

    Usually the smaller ones run by a smaller group of people are nice, and it seems the more interesting people gravitate towards them too. Made good friends, still in contact with them. Usually make friends with the people who run the place too, gotten with the worker girls/owners too. Found people also to go to parties/festivals. Usually got free shit from women who run them, too
    >free nights
    >alcohol
    >cocaine
    >hash

    But I'm actually interesting and a nice person, and not some SighSee coomer who thinks everyone else is a normie and below them, so like I said, mileage may vary.

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Poor. And full of poor people. Great if your standards are low or non-existent

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    for traveling SEA, my experience in hostels was much better than lonely more expensive hotels.

    I don't know about you guys but what's service really? I don't ask hotel staff to do things for me ever they're just there if I misplace my room key.

    Hostels is where all the action is. The only person I wouldn't recommend a hostel to is someone who wants to frick local prostitutes.

    >Hurrr I could never. I'm rich, I'm thirty
    get a private room in a hostel

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      literally whats even the point of getting a hostel for sex in the sex region of the world? to frick british slags? I mean i get it if you are some normie attractive guy who thinks they are better than to stick their dick in the same hole as sub5s and boomers but then at that point just go to some party hostel in Madrid or something. Makes zero sense to me, esp when your money can buy you nice accomadations in a place like thailand

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    If I am only in an area a short time hostels can be nice due to the social amenities they offer like walking tours etc. I stayed at the Mad Monkey in Cebu which aside from the bathrooms stinking from humidity since they didn't have vent fans was pretty alright.

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I used to avoid going there because of safety, hygiene and privacy issues. However, when I was in Spain just a week ago, I didn't have enough money for a hotel room so I just booked hostels all the time, in Jaén, Toledo, Zaragoza and Barcelona.

    Honestly, all of them were clean (the cleanst being the ones with less tourists, Jaén and Barcelona), I met pretty nice people from everywhere - extremly useful to keep contact with them to go visit them one day - and although I didn't have a padlock, nothing got stolen from me. Hostels that have breakfast included or as an option are the best. You usually sleep well, except if your room is in front of busy road or if they have this moronic automatic light that shines everytime something moves.

    Overall it's a great experience weither you like to be calm or to party, if you're a sociopath or a social butterfly. Honestly I think I enjoy that even more than travelling with friends, which I was doing before going to Jaén

  10. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    this looks way too clean

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      usually hostels are very clean, they don't offer much but at least it's clean
      i have often picked the very cheapest hostels if the rating isn't horrible and all of the have been clean, i can't say the same about the cheapest hotel rooms

  11. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Party hostels are fun if you're into that stuff

    -ear plugs, sandals & locks are essential af
    -sign up for hostel-run activities and free walking tours if you want to make friends
    -hostelworld > booking.com

  12. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Here's the key: find a hostel that fits how normie you are, if you care about socializing. If you care about quality of accommodation, go for big hostels - they're usually cheaper despite being nicer due to economies of scale.
    As for the former: if you're going to a hostel in the centre of Paris or next to Disneyworld in Japan, you're going to have a fricking terrible time as a SighSeener. If you're going to a hostel in an untouristed part of the world during a pandemic, or in a rural mountain hostel in Bosnia, you're going to find your kind and, most importantly, have conversations about "Why are you here?"
    No one wants to talk to basic normie tourists, everyone knows this, even normies. Unless you're hot.

  13. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's an easy way to catch and bring back bedbugs. I'm surprised at the number of people (and hostels) who take no precautions at all.

    Aside from teh bugs, hostels are fun. Nice thing is that AMericans don't do hostels in their country so you don't have to worry about them overseas either as it's too weird for them.

  14. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Basically you just go into this really cramped room with lots of people going in and out. Usually they are young girls at peak fertility so their hormones stimulate you into confusion and they give disapproving glances. There are usually some annoying boys in the groups, too. One time I was really horny and feeling sensual so I was jerking off in my bunk to the movements of the person above me. I could have swore it was a chick, but no, in the morning it was the chubby dude in the girl's group. As everyone rustles around in the morning and changes clothes or whatever, one of them gave me the nastiest looks.

    That's my experience!

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      they knew you were wanking off no doubt

  15. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Party hostels are full of Meatheads trying to slay pussy don't even try if your average or lower
    Atleast in Australia

  16. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    if you're under 27 and traveling in asia you should definitely try it out once. if youre older and anywhere else just fricking dont

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      This, seriously this. Hostel age is serious for people's comfort and well being. The people who look like a divorced dad or some creepball if you stay over the age of 25, 27 is really pushing it.
      >13-16
      Best age for hostel life, you can drink your first few beers, have at it with the lads on weekends, even get your first taste of foreign pussy
      >16-18
      Golden age for hostel life, you can easily buy beer at the store and sneak into clubs, you can be the life of the party whilst on holiday, at worst you are still given a slap on the wrist for any bad nights
      >18-21
      Last of the summers wine here, you can have fun probably have a bit more money but uni and work is shortly approaching you need to start thinking harder. You'll be able to get away with Oktoberfest and some trips to SEA, but backpacking and lads weekend out is drawing to a close
      >21-25
      Last chance to live a proper time, maybe you grew up poor and finally have enough to travel but you're really pushing the age of travel. Many americans will be around your age now and you will be tried as an adult in most countries if you muck up. Most people will be wondering what job and family you have, traveling solo is risky
      >25
      No hope you look like a creep no matter what, I have never met someone who isn't balding and fat over 25 traveling. You will come off as a divorcee, or washed up slob. The only chance you have at pussy is playing into your accent to an american.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        who the FRICK is staying in a hostel alone under the age of 18. what the frick? are you some kind of hobo orphan whos parents dont love him? im sure you were molested as a child

        • 3 months ago
          fuck off larper

          I think it's bait but Americans aren't even allowed to drink at those ages let alone travel by themselves anymore. There's no way they actually allow you to register at a hostel at 14 years old right?

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            vast majority are 18 plus in dorms. Most of the rest you have to be accompanied by someone over 18. They check passports for everyone staying.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          The best years of my life were in hostels under 18, most places in Germany, Ireland, Leeds, and Spain allow you to do so.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            can you explain to me the circumstances and why you were in open dormitories with random people and adults around when you were 16 years old? are you traveling to other countries alone at that age? do you have a family? were you solo traveling? with a group of friends or was this a school trip? i feel like theres wome language cultural barrier that im missing? literally no one in asia or the americas would ever do this. not only would they not be allowed but it is quite dangerous.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              The Brits I met were two bros one 18 one 17 and they flew to Bulgaria on a bros holiday skipping highschool for a few days

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          I met underage Brits at a hostel in Bulgaria

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Brits do it all the time

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          this moron posts the same pasta in every thread idk why you homosexuals fall for the bait

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          euros
          most hostels have their underage guest policy on the listing, dunno how can you not know this
          sometimes they are allowed in dorms with parent's written consent, but most often only in single rooms, very few require them to be accompanied by an adult

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >most often only in single rooms
            still with written consent that is

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Take your meds schizo

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          found the 25 year old

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        The average age in a hostel is like 24/ 25

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          depends where obviously, but yeah that's probably a decent number
          South America its probably over 30. 25 is probably average for SEA. Europe might trend a little lower. I do think the average age has probably increased in recent years

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            Average age correlates with difficulty level traveling. I'm curious what African hostels would be like. Moroccos would be younger for sure

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            Average age correlates with difficulty level traveling. I'm curious what African hostels would be like. Moroccos would be younger for sure

            On average South America depends on the country you're at. Mexico, CR, Colombia average was about 25. Morocco was on average maybe 27. Western Europe and SEA was on average maybe 21. SEA was probably so young because anyone over 23 is making enough money to spend an extra 20$ for a hotel room instead of a bunkbed full of bed bugs. Western Europe being so young is because gap year kids from other western euro countries are going there on cheap flights and can't afford hotels... Or it's American/Canadian roasties traveling on daddy money.

            Africa doesn't really have hostels lol.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Colombia average was about 25
              no way. More like 31

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Meh maybe, in my experience CR had older people in hostels than Colombia. Went and stayed at El Rio and there was a 45 year old there so that probably brought the average age up.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Found the pedo

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        you know most people hate to work or study when they're young right? Unless you're a woman of course

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        would you go as far as to give a 26 year old hostel-goer a special title, like grey wanderer or white warlock?

        dude, noah, get a load of that white warlock over there
        he probably owns a CAR

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        is japan some kind of exception to the age thing because i stayed in a lot of hostels in japan and there was ALWAYS several people in their 30s and older.
        personally didn't bother me, or anyone else.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          no that's just normal, you are replying to a lapring moron

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        hahahahaha homie what

  17. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Playing pool with randoms
    Usually internationals if you’re in a big city
    Small bunk beds
    buttholes coming in at all hours or being on their phones with the volume on(FRICK Boston)
    Comfy lounges
    Some have breakfast included
    Detroits is in the middle of basically nowhere
    Always worrying that your shit could get stolen

  18. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    It is good if you are traveling alone for a long time and don't want to be totally lonely. You can socialize in the common areas.

    But most the people saying that it is hookup and frick central are LARPers. Maybe if you are Chad and are a 7/10 it might be. But it is nothing like depicted on certain movies where people are fricking constantly.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >But it is nothing like depicted on certain movies where people are fricking constantly
      idk man, when I was in a Hungarian hostel, I was fricking almost every night

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      people definitely hook up in hostels all the time though. I saw a 48 year old married indian man hook up with a hairy british lady on his first night there.

  19. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Depends,
    You have 2 options:

    1) "Expensive" hostels, these are filled with hippies, solo travelers, party kind, they're mostly good people and have basic human respect, they're clean, don't make too much noise, can be negotiated with.
    (2 out of the 3 of this hostel kind that I stayed in had roommates having sex, this just comes with this kind of hostel, the 3rd had a weed smoking hippie inside)

    2) Cheap hostels, usually owned or operated by immigrants, they house immigrants, good adventure, roommates piss on the floor, no respect, lights on 24/7, screaming foreign languages, Argentinians bordering pedophilia (from experience), weird substances that you have to act as if you didn't see, very questionable smells.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Argentinians bordering pedophilia (from experience)
      kek

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Hostels that house migrant workers are usually shit, unless the people are working so hard that they only come back to crash out before going back to work. Even then, the place is usually dirty and rundown. Most hostels in Manila are seamen bedspacers.
      Many nicer hostels don't have any kind of party or hookup scene. Then again, most hostels I've stayed in were are at low occupancy and had cut their booking rates as a result, so that could explain why they were usually lackluster. But it's cool to have the whole dorm room to yourself for the price of a bunk.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Argentinian here. Tell me more.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Sorry for late reply anon, literally at war here (Israeli), yes replying next to Gaza for what it's worth.

        Here's the story,
        >Just turned 18, 5 days later I decide to travel with 500 euros for a month
        >Stay at cheapest hostel I find everywhere I go
        >Reach Athens
        >Go to cheapest hostel
        >"You only have 1 other person staying with you in the room"
        >"Nice, some quiet
        >Go to room
        >Argentinian guy, I like Argentinians
        >He's 29
        >Okay, how bad can it be
        >*Small talk*... "Where's the toilet"
        >"Over there" *wink*
        >Uh, weird okay
        >Leave toilet
        >He's waiting there for me literally right outside the door
        >"Are you straight, I like young"
        >"I'll be back"
        >Leave room, sprint downstairs, almost fight with reception for a refund and get the frick away from that hostel

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          You should have sucked his wiener, anon?

  20. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Stayed in them a few times when I was 18-22. Generally good experiences. 10-20% were sound enough to go for a drink with. A lot actually just kept themselves to themselves. Can be noisy, disruptive and need to be careful with possessions though I didn’t have an issue. Probably wouldn’t do it now I’m over 25.

    Best experience was giving some Italian girl a foot rub whilst in Dubrovnik. Got to smell them as well.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Ok there Quentin

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Your very best hostel experience is sniffing some traveler's sweaty hoofs? That's upsetting anon

  21. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hostels are breeding farms between white men and women.
    Don’t expect any pussy if you’re not either white or a 8/10 in your respective race.
    Otherwise it’s pretty chill, I’ve met a ton of cool people but I don’t really keep in touch with any of them.

  22. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's fine if you don't have anyone that snores. Actually had a great time at a hostel in Shinjuku.

  23. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >stay in hostal
    >having a good time drinking a few beers down in the commons area with some other people on holiday
    >mutt comes down with his gaming laptop and wires everywhere
    >most people are taking a break with their macs and having a good social gathering as you should do
    >out of breathe as he sits down scrambling to login
    >S-sorry all my b-boss called me and I have to get online
    >pipe up and say "Listen mate don't be sorry to use we feel sorry for you, some of us get holiday unlike you lot"
    >everyone laughs
    >his face turns red
    >half of an hour later he scrambles back to his room
    >don't see him again the rest of the time probably working or something

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I hate the british so fricking much

  24. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I liked it in the past. I'm more sigma now, so probably wouldn't.

  25. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Every hostel I went to everyone ignored each other and sat around on their phones. Social media killed all human interaction. I did it when I was 20/21 only reason to hostel is if you're too poor for hotels/airbnbs

  26. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >first time going abroad
    >in madrid
    >book a hostel
    >make my way there around 10am
    >guy says my room should be ready by 12pm
    >cool, frick off for two hours
    >come back so I can put my stuff away before I go back out
    >"sorry the room's not ready yet, it should be in an hour or two"
    >annoyed but whatever, frick off for another two hours
    >come back, still not ready
    >sit around for an hour, room finally ready at 3pm
    >go in and put my stuff away
    >go out until 8pm
    >come back and get up in my bed for the night
    >didn't notice anybody else in the room
    >around 10 minutes after laying down, hear something crinkling
    >look down across from me
    >morbidly obese spanish guy on bottom bunk opposite me
    >ignore him and try to sleep
    >hear his heavy breathing constantly
    >he starts watching cartoons on his phone
    >every 5 minutes hear candy wrappers crinkling
    >every 30 minutes hear soda literally POURING into his mouth
    >not sips but liquid running into his mouth
    >still manage to fall asleep for an hour or two
    >woken up by shitty 90s pop music playing over alexa and the fat Hispanic talking to some equally fat female spic
    >hop off bunk
    >grab my shit
    >walk to a different hostel and sleep there
    >slept exclusively on overnight buses and airbnbs after
    never again

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      ayup

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >not playing white noise and using ear plugs
      the rookie is you

  27. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I know there is hostels that ban people older than 30 35 but are there hostels that are for people 25+? I'm sick of fricking annoying 18-22 year olds

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I saw very few tourists in the 18-22 age in Thailand back in December. Doubt many of them can afford it any more, and even those who do have a pile of daddy's money to spend would stay in a beach party village and not in the big city.

  28. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Brits woke up at 7am today too o pack and it's 9 30 and they are still packing they have 8 bags

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      just start jerking off next to them

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >IGA bag
      they might be australian

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >IGA bag
        >australian
        it might be worse they might be canadian

  29. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I gave hostels several earnest tries. Did not care for it. I would much rather spend the extra money for a proper hotel. The only way I would stay at a hostel is if there is a private room option and every nearby hotel is fully booked (this situation has occurred exactly once, and I don't expect to run into this again).

  30. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I stayed at a hostel in israelite york. The room was double occupancy. Paired up with a Hispanic who was beating it's meat the first time I go through the door... laugh at it, go downstairs, put my bag in the provided locker, head over to Broadway to see a friend. Get back to the room, no one is there. Good, Lay down to get some sleep, bed is nasty, get ear infection.
    Hispanic comes back to the room an hour later, loudly puking it's guts out in the bathroom. It goes to bed, starts beating it's meat again. After a few minutes of the alternating meat beating and wretching, I say frick this and went down to the common area to hang out.
    Six am, I go upstairs, Hispanic is still beating it's meat. I get some sleep anyway, get up at 8, go grab some grub, wander around Central Park... Get back to the hostel, the Hispanic is gone. Good... i sleep in the chair, then go to a friend's wedding, then fly home.

    The lesson for this one... if it's dual occupancy rooms, fricking pay for both slots. It's still cheaper than a regular room.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Gotta love American hostels. All budget lodging in the USA has trash-tier guests, and the migrant invasion sure isn't helping. Would rather sleep in my minivan on a quiet street after the parking meter enforcement ends.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I was the Hispanic. I nutted in your mouth while you slept.

  31. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you love bedbugs you should be very pleased

  32. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    they are cheaper than hotels
    that's the only thing that matters isn't it?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      i miss when hostels were actually cheap
      covid fricked the pricing, you're looking at $50-70/night for a dorm bunk now
      the days of $20/night backpackers are long gone.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        [...]
        Staying in Medellin at an average hostel (Black sheep) was about 7-9$ in the dorm. That same dorm now starts at $20.

        $25 in Shanghai is like a fricking Ritz-Carlton of hostels

        I've never seen anything like it.

        How the hell are you supposed to coom in a hostel? Do you just openly frick in front of your roommates like an animal? Or do you pay extra to go get a hotel room?
        Seems like a flawed concept

        There's always the shower

        • 3 months ago
          Jackass

          FRICK OFF STUPID ZOOMIE israeliteTUBERS STOP TELLING NORMIE MOUTHBREATHERS ABOUT MY FAVOURITE PLACES

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          If you are hearing shit in the room get waxed earplugs. If seated properly you will hear nothing so only your bunk shaking would faze you.

          He is shooting for the youtube monetization length, but he could have benefited from having a set plan of what to do in the video so it didn't seem like random faffing about.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      i miss when hostels were actually cheap
      covid fricked the pricing, you're looking at $50-70/night for a dorm bunk now
      the days of $20/night backpackers are long gone.

      Staying in Medellin at an average hostel (Black sheep) was about 7-9$ in the dorm. That same dorm now starts at $20.

  33. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’ve stayed at hostels and never made any friends, let alone banged a girl. How are you guys doing this? Never done a SEA country though.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I’ve made plenty of friends. Male friends and female “”””””friends”””””(hostel women are massive flakes). Sometimes you’ll have to take the initiative when making friends but it’s not like college where they think you’re subhuman if you try to join their friend group, everybody’s generally in the same transitive lonely state. Also nobody gets laid but white dudes and staff.

  34. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    it was the worst time of my life the first week and had a good time the next week at the same hostel recently. it's been years since i used hostel. As I have sleeping disorder I personally wouldn't repeat, ever

  35. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hostels honestly all suck except in some asian countries. If you go to a shit hostel in a fricking humid country you are going to be
    M I S E R A B L E.
    They almost always all
    >Smell
    >Have too few bathrooms
    >Have too few showers
    >Have little to no Air Conditioning
    >Have little to no spaces for privacy
    Seriously they are so disgusting. Ive seen public restrooms that were in better condition than some hostels. I will vouch for most hostels in asia but those are the exception.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >except in some asian countries
      such as? if I had to guess I would've said the opposite. can't imagine SEAmonkeys keeping thing clean unless you're talking about taiwan/korea/japan

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Correct.

  36. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    How the hell are you supposed to coom in a hostel? Do you just openly frick in front of your roommates like an animal? Or do you pay extra to go get a hotel room?
    Seems like a flawed concept

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Both times I've porked in hostels it was in the bathroom, someone was pissed when I was drunk railing this 18 year old Aussie broad and I locked the door for the bathroom of the whole floor loool.

      People seem to think that capsule dorms are ok to bang in, but it wakes everyone up.
      >be me
      >in Phuket 2016
      >shitty 'capsule' 18 bed dorm literally made with particle board capsules
      >middle of the night moaning starts happening and wakes me up
      >Get pissed because I like sleep
      >No way I am the only person who woke up to this
      >Decide to make it uncomfortable for them
      >Say "OOOH SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT IN HERE!"
      >Room erupts in laughter
      >Girl goes "omg I need to go"
      >Guy says "no please don't"
      >Hear her grab her stuff and rush out the door
      I don't stay in hostels much anymore, but when I do it's now my goal to just say the most unhinged shit to ruin the mood of people who think they can frick in dorms (without inviting me)

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        you're a fricking tool, that could've been the first time he got laid or the end of a multi year dry spell. But you have to make dumb jokes at people's expense because you 'like sleep' but you're staying in an 18 bed dorm and you're a little queer obsessed with validation like you're trying be popular in highschool.

        Also

        >2016
        lol gen x opinion discarded

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          To be honest, one sympathises. This may be a "never let bro cook" opinion, but women's mating cries are tuned to almost the exact pitch of a baby crying (or vice versa), so they're kinda tricky to ignore.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          bro you're not entitled to frick in a room with 18 other people just because its your first time

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        You do know "teen spirit" is a brand of perfume from the nineties. That is what Nirvana is referencing to in their song. It does not mean someone having sex. Make up a better story next time.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Based

        you're a fricking tool, that could've been the first time he got laid or the end of a multi year dry spell. But you have to make dumb jokes at people's expense because you 'like sleep' but you're staying in an 18 bed dorm and you're a little queer obsessed with validation like you're trying be popular in highschool.

        Also

        >2016
        lol gen x opinion discarded

        lmao frick off virgin

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Do you just openly frick in front of your roommates like an animal?
      yeah basically. an unwritten rule of hostel life is you're allowed to frick in the dorm as long as you keep relatively quiet. if people hear you fricking they will awkwardly ignore it 99% of the time. you will do the same for them in return.
      of course the polite thing to do is go frick in the shower
      get a private room if you're mr moneybags

      >can't crank my hog
      yeah no thanks

      nothing stopping you cranking your hog, just don't get caught

  37. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you Chad, heaven. If you incel, hell.

  38. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I just need to ask their instagram and why they're travelling alone to detect incels. I love ruining incels holiday. And frick off if you're over 25 yo, you're so creepy

  39. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Bros I'm 26 gonna be 27 in June I completely wasted my early 20s please tell me I'm not too old

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Maybe for hostels, I don't know I've never stayed in one. But it's definitely not too late to enjoy most young people things like drinking and partying and sex. I "wasted" my early 20s stuck wageslaving in a flyover zone but things started getting better at exactly 27 when I moved to the city. Had 10 years of fun then got married at 37, have two kids now in my 40s. The key is you have to find places where other mid-late 20s and 30s singles coalesce. You may have better luck in western countries and the US where delayed marriage is more common. But in my experience, the next "singles bracket" is roughly age 23 to 40 with women usually "aging out" faster than men. Going for 18-22 isn't impossible, I know men who have done it, but you're more likely to face age discrimination.

      I'm white, 6'2" and not fat or not bald, though. YMMV.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Don't listen to these "if you're 25+, too old" posts. It's just shitposting. Or bitter incels crying, same same but different.
      Like people have said, if you're doing hostels, it depends completely where you're going and what kind of hostels.
      But yeah, the US hostels are a bit shit, don't do them there. Too many homeless in that 3rd world country.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      that's about average age in hostels slightly on the younger side

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I cannot relate with caring about what other people think this much. Then again, I'd probably walk around naked if it wouldn't be disadvantageous.

  40. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Never stayed in a hostel in my life (except 4 bed room with 3 friends). Can you see cute girls undressing? I mean they must change their clothes somewhere no? I don't think most hostels have curtains like that.

  41. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Like feeding jello and tequila shots to 18 year olds on their first solo trip, then nutting inside of them.

  42. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    guests are different all the time. sometimes full of extroverts with their friends or partner, sometimes full of insecure solo travellers, sometimes most guests are students, sometimes most guests are over 25. it's really like this but one common thing may be most of them are poor. they are rarely able to rent a car

  43. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is there any reason to stay in a hostel if you can afford a hotel, don't mind being alone and already have a reasonable idea of what you want to see?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      -closer to thing you want to do or place you want to see
      -closer to public transportation(big for me) compared to similar hotels at the price
      -traveling during busy season a room might be available in a hostel compared to a hotel
      -social aspect(also big for me)
      -views of said hostel are better than that of hotel, specifically in rural parts of Japan/Korea/PH/Hawaii
      -the ability to extend your travel time saving some cash on hostel vs hotel

      If a hotel and hostel are the same price I might end up at a hotel if it's not too far out of the way. I've traveled so much it really doesn't bother me one way or the other to shit, shower, shave, and sleep in a pod if it means I'm closer to the things I want to do compared to a hotel. Sure hotels are nice but even when I was digital nomad, hostels were kinda my go to unless I knew I'd be busy, simply due to their last minute availability during plans changing and common areas to comfortably stretch out in during work. If a hotel and hostel are the same general price (within 10 dollars a night) and in the same general location, I'll often go for the hotel. Kinda a no brainer.

  44. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Fall asleep
    >Bed shaking because neighbors are fricking
    >Finally fall asleep again with a hard on
    >Drunk bogans storm in turn on the lights, and start laughing/yelling
    >Fall asleep again
    >wake up to the sounds/smells of someone throwing up

    It's GREAT!

  45. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >go to hostel in Korea
    >group of English teachers from Japan arrive
    >from the moment they show up, they act as if they own the place
    >loud everywhere they go, shouting their business as if anyone gives a shit
    >they eat food from the fridge that people were saving
    >leave trash for staff to pick up
    >talk shit about everyone that walks into the same room as them
    >they go out for the day
    >door to their room is open
    >idiots didn't lock a thing up
    >go through their bags and take all their cash (both japanese and korean), toiletries, some nice clothing they used to go out at night, and some expensive electronics
    >took their passports and chucked them in the bin at the train station after checking out that day
    >enjoy a nice meal courtesy of those buttholes
    If you're gonna stay in a hostel, don't act like a monkey or you'll get treated like one

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Nice headcanon.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Groups are always going to be louder and more boisterious than individual travelers. What you did was way out of proportion to their offences and was just wrong. You are going to live with the guilt of that for a long time.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >You are going to live with the guilt of that for a long time.
        lol lmoa

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Did you genuinely believe anon actually did all that? If he really did, he won't be posting on SighSee right now. Robbing is one thing, but stealing passports is a major offense that can compromise national security. And South Korea take national security very very seriously. Once those obnoxious gays file a report that their passports have been robbed from their hostel room, the cops will immediately launch an investigation which will lead back to anon. Once caught, anon will spend a few years getting buttfricked in Korean gulag. The fact that he's here means that everything he mentioned only happened in his brain.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You know SighSee isn't as anonymous as you think right?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        lissen you paranoid frick, fbi doesn't care and the story is made up

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      My dad works at Nintendo and he says he chucked out twice as many passports.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      nice power fantasy
      in reality you sat there on your own curled up like a cuck and had to bear it whilst they strutted around like chad

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >robbed fellow guests in hostel
      I hope you get treated like the baboon you are.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      nice larping

  46. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It can be fun drinking in the common areas but I would recommend paying the extra for your own room unless you are a good sleeper. I found there was always an undercurrent of people hanging out there who just did not have their shit together which I struggled to gel with, even just making idle chat. Common thing was that they either blew all their money and were doing odd jobs at the hostel and were stuck, or were waiting for parents money to come through and had to try and scab dinner off of people. Something rubbed me the wrong way about seeing a grown ass man who has shelled out for flights from Scotland to fricking new Zealand asking 18 year olds for some leftover pumpkin soup. They go somewhere cool but then have no money to do anything interesting so just bum around the common areas watching netflix, blows my mind

  47. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >stay in hostels twice
    >first time hit it off with the qt french girl working there off the books, have a nice time exploring Osaka together
    >my feet smell so bad from a day's travel from korea I'm too self conscious to even try anything
    >second hostel I get sick and literally wake myself up from a wet fart on my last night there
    >have legitimately shit the bed and see a small brown spot on the sheets
    >hastily do my best to clean up and gtfo
    TL;DR, STINKY (I'm so sorry)

  48. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I went to portugal and stayed at a hostel and had really stinky feet after walking all day then all these girls came in they starting screaming saying "thats it im not every staying at a fricking hostel every again" and packed up everything and left while i hid behind my little divider curtain

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >after walking all day

      that wasn't the issue. it's the fungus that you should have taken care of long before you ever travelled. it's just a foot spray, easy. not only did you stink up the dorm, you also spread your fungus all over the showers so now the whole hostel is walking around at this very moment with athlete's foot. people like you should be permanently banned from travel

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        The fungus is actually there to help the body detox from antibiotics that were consumed
        Think about it deeper and realize fungus is an effecf. Not a cause
        I know because i used to have wicked athletds foot and always had to wear sandals because feet smelled so bad, but im ok now

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        i wear canvas shoes and Dickies work socks, my feet never stink.

  49. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >can't crank my hog
    yeah no thanks

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Few stories, try to keep short. Did post before. I did buy tickets to Dubrovnik for May, I think there I need to use hostel for a few days. Seems like an expensive tourist city. Will cycle to Bulgaria and then to Czechia. I think everyone else private room/apartment is cheap and easy to find. Will try to skip large cities, stay next to mountains because I want hike them up. Cycle to next mountain and so on.

      Few stories where I was the butthole
      >In Berlin
      >Drinking a lot, party party and so on.
      >We use drugs at the hostel
      >One day stop drinking
      >Alcohol induced psychosis I suppose
      >In this hostel room 2 rooms, 2 "real" beds in one room, few beds in the other, separated by a door
      >At night I was yelling at them, shut music the off
      >Luckily they didn't wake up
      >Next day I wanted one more night to clear my head, but I was so ashamed, I asked front desk to give me another room

      In Czechia
      >Partied two weeks straight at festivals, drugs + I was there with bicycle, 2000km behind me
      >I cycle, party, drugs, no sleep, exhaustion, and so on
      >Go to Prague for one night
      >Talk in my sleep
      >Met an Indian guy at breakfast
      >He told me that I was just not ok
      >Asked him what I was saying
      >He said you dont want to know, but it's ok
      >Other guy in the room was louder than you

      ? No one said you can't do that.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >you don't want to know
        >Other guy in the room was louder than you

        Did you wake up with a sore butt by any chance?v

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I did not, but I hope I enjoyed it.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        You were screaming about the melanin enriched and religous minorities weren't you?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          cyclist can't be an butthole. that's one of the gayest thing you can do while traveling

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You were screaming about the melanin enriched and religous minorities weren't you?

            It's like you need to actually have to interact with people and have compassion for them, when you're actually doing shit in the real world, where things happen and you might have rely on other people. And not just jumping from hotel to hotel with a taxi/car/train/bus, doing the theme park version of traveling. While calling everyone prostitutes and shitskins of course.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              I travel to fine tune my on-the-scene knowledge so I can become that much more critically racist.

  50. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's good in non popular countries. I was in Iran and all the travelers were at least kinda interesting and they were eager to talk with other people. But in meme cities like Paris or Amsterdam you see bunch of newbie-normie traveler groups that stick with each other or some asian nerds that with laptops.

  51. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hostels outside of Europe and Africa seem exciting, whatever you guys say. It’s better than meeting Germans all the time at the very least. I even feel like many posters here are Germans

  52. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >scandinavians who act like they want to hang out but when you go to do something with them they sit acting like they just want to go back home and drink alone
    >brits who can't help but bring up something about the USA when a burger is within the same building as them
    >french men and "women" having the stupidest fricking takes about their experiences like if everything is better back home go back there
    >Aussies and Kiwis getting drunk at 2PM passing out, waking back up around 6PM, getting piss drunk till 3:30 AM being loud as shit coming back always letting their alarms blare for an hour
    >americans showing up but are near child level clueless to everything
    >canadians who have to tell everyone how much of not americans they are, did you know they are not americans?
    >isrealis who act like you're their butler
    >South American who HAS to explain how rich they are when in reality they are near begpacker level of travelers
    >german who sits there making every interaction weird regardless how innocent it started
    >eastern european who if you mistakenly get their country wrong it's like you spat on their mother and they will never let it go
    >italians acting like a badass but are such pussies
    >Japanese traveler who clearly is in need of help but to shy to ask
    >koreans who act like chinese the second they get off the plane
    >chinese who play gacha on the bunk near you and almost always in the same exact position
    >dutch frickheads who like you're wrong about everything even if 100% right
    >SEA(usually singapore) traveler who somehow makes every topic insufferable
    >that one russian guy that comes out of no where sitting in the corner watching league or CS and never says anything to anyone

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      sounds like a win for australia and japan. clearly the most normal and friendly.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You forgot
      >the Ukrainian code monkey who gets ridiculously drunk and challenges you to run over cars before heading over to the police station to ask for directions to the local strip club.
      This was in 2015 but I think Ukrainians are pretty cool.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >That one german who is an alcoholic who loves you because you like to drink
      east germans are based giant ogres

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >be american
      >don't open my mouth without thinking
      >chill in the hostel
      >know what indoor voice is
      >say I'm from america
      >british "woman" constantly says NO YOU AINT A YANK YANKS ARE X/Y/Z
      >no literally from the US here is where I am from
      >U WOT M8
      >alright that was odd going to go out for some stuff
      >see her later that night with friends puked all over the common room and beer cans around looking as if they had a fight
      10/10 for confirming brits are morons who blame all their wrong doing on us

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Brits don't blame anything on the us because they don't feel their actions are wrong

  53. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's a hit and miss. If you got a person that snores it will be hell. If you don't, you will have a pleasant experience saving huge amounts of money

  54. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    only had 1.00(one) experience in a big hostel in Turin:

    >be me
    >be saturday
    >try volunteer activity with comunists
    >boring, you go ring in the blocks annoying people life
    >i keep saying right-wing religious stuff like "God destroyed Pompei with the volcano erupting because they were homosexuals". To this day they never called me back
    >volunteering time finishes, its evening and they drop me off the hostel
    >euphoria.mp4
    >finally something interesting happens in my life
    >lounge has some people, but they all look busy or lonley, no cuties.
    >1 group of guys with 1 girl watching basketball match in a tablet
    >reallyhomie?.jpeg
    >literally unproachable. i dont talk to men (i came to a conclusion in life, men are useless) and the only woman was not enough
    > another 1 group of people with 1 woman, not cutie, with a laptop probably talking buisness shit. Another unproachable group
    >All this while i wasted 10 euros on a Long Island, i asked the bartender the most powerful stuff...welcome to italy
    >well i guess i go up in my 16 shared room, its not full thanfully. i lay out my things and go out
    >decide i go to tabletob board game shop were people get here in groups and play
    >its all absoulte garbage deep lore games like magic the gathering, and not a soulful and funny psicological game
    >only 1 cutie in the middle of ugly nerds
    >Get the frick off this shitty place, decide i go to this famous club
    >the majority in this are teenagers
    >return to my ostello and go to sleep

    Overall a pretty mediocre saturday. I didnt have a lot of fun, and i never spoke to a cutie, witch at this point of my life is the most important thing, but at least i did go outside, explored new places and did that juicy experience. The hostel experience was overall good, a part from that one boomer snoring and the room that smelled a bit of feets. Its nice to see what type of people they are in the lounge its all juicy infos and can give you the vibe of the city

    But yeah, zero cuties. Bah

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Don't post anymore. That was painful to read and you sound insufferable

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        let me guess: you are ugly?

  55. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    ah and for cuties i mean females with vagiana at least 810 yeah i fly high as a condor

  56. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    all the hostels I've been in japan were good. i went to one in NY and one in Lisbon and those sucked

  57. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Depends

    >Upgrade if you are sleeping in a tent/on the ground and need 1-2 days to sleep on a matress and clear the fatigue
    >Downgrade if you are not sleeping in a tent/on the ground

  58. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I snore pretty loudly, would I get kicked out of a hostel?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      no but people will think you're a c**t for choosing to stay in a hostel dorm. Get a private room

      >be american
      >don't open my mouth without thinking
      >chill in the hostel
      >know what indoor voice is
      >say I'm from america
      >british "woman" constantly says NO YOU AINT A YANK YANKS ARE X/Y/Z
      >no literally from the US here is where I am from
      >U WOT M8
      >alright that was odd going to go out for some stuff
      >see her later that night with friends puked all over the common room and beer cans around looking as if they had a fight
      10/10 for confirming brits are morons who blame all their wrong doing on us

      Yeah this didn't happen

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        yeah it did homosexual. brits are subhuman.

  59. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    i would rather couchsurf

  60. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If your hostel gets the timing down, everyone can hear and smell a fart every 5 minutes for the entire day.

  61. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Any tips for booking hostels or hostel etiquette? Or just tips for solo travelling in general?

  62. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Shite. The idea that you're gonna travel the world and meet free thinking, fun loving young people who are super friendly and up for hanging out is completely non existant.

    Instead you'll arrive to face some grunt at the front desk who sternly tells you the rules and says there's a €50 fine for losing your card if you do so. You'll then go to your room and find 3 guys sitting in their beds, heads buried in their phone who notice you coming in but you can read the expression on their faces that they are deliberately trying not to acknowledge you and are extremely uncomfortable now that someone new has come in, being socially moronic and unable to talk to people. Know that look people have when their face freezes up involuntarily and they try to look like they're super focused on something else, but you can tell they're really having a panic attack and are super hostile? That.

    They also look like they're living there permanently and they'll close the blinds on the windows during the daytime for some bizarre depressed reason. They probably have their shit in shopping bags. Don't expect to make any friends.
    Expect to experience a new world of isolation when you are side by side with other people who pretend you aren't there.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      this is why you don't stay at hostels that are open to locals. they are usually dirty as well, because nobody wants to clean up after the same pigs every single day. it can be tough to tell in advance, because many hostels have bullshit high ratings from blissed-out hippie backpackers.
      I booked a private room at a "backpacker's hostel" in Kuantan, Malaysia and it was just a dirty, rundown worker dormitory with a couple of weirdo foreigners hanging around all day.

  63. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Usually good. Only problem is that I often end up just smoking cigs and hanging out with other travelers instead of actually seeing any sights. Most people are rather boring normalgays but that's a case anywhere. Try to identify hostels that are ran by former backpackers rather than businessmen for the best experience.

  64. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I spent a week living in an 18bed a room hostel with 1 shared bathroom in the grips of vodka addiction. It was horrific. Literal hell. It was in stinking hot Australia, everyone reeked, farted, snored, had zero hygiene, I didn't trust anyone so whenever I went on vodka runs u had to take my shit with me. I truly cannot express how depraved it was. I am also a social autist and the only reason I have EVER stayed in a hostel is because I'm poor. Do t talk to me, don't look at me, frick off and die normie. Especially south American and Israeli traveller's- vile scum the lot of them. They are also EXTREMELY degenerate filled with vile casual sex, disgusting cum shit and piss stains everywhere, dude weeders, and cleaning staff who don't give a frick.

    The only time I EVER had a good experience in a hostel was when I got a private room or I was in a 4 bed room with quiet, considerate older people (35-40). Also the kitchens are invariably disgusting, never have enough utensils or cookware, nobody washes their pots or cleans up and there's crumbs on the floor. Yuck.

    DO NOT GO unless you're either a extroverted turbonormie cringetard obsessed with trading "war stories" about what uninteresting shit you did on your 'intrepid' travels, or gutter poor and it's your only option. I would even go as far tonsay if you only have the money to hostel travel, just don't. Work on getting more cash to at least afford cheap hotels. Zero privacy for days on end makes a man ... unwell.

  65. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    its dogshit and i wouldnt recommend it.

    how it feels is when you go outside, all these meme-zoomers are at it simping and frickboying like theres no tomorrow and i shit you not theres the fat loser karen running the place, gets dogs because nobody wants her babies + shes obese, and then she makes her mom do the dishes swearing until 0.20 AM. That means she´s working over midnight doing trivial bullshit.
    The whole visit has been dogshit so far. Pretty sure all of them have covid 19 due to coughing. Also just overall really racist piece of shit behaviour but luckily i was aware of karen meme before running into the karen so that softened the blow because i knew i was dealing with a loser.
    Never forget that women can be loser too. Especially the hostel staff are about as dogs as people get.
    When you run into these people, remember that they are degreeless cowards and surround themselves with equally worthless losers, then try to make yourself feel bad about it when she has no life except talking shit and doing dishes. Losers.
    Do yourself a favour and ingore hostels, because its not worth your time or money or the pissing off these idiots do non-stop.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Also just overall really racist piece of shit behaviour
      lol
      lmao

  66. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    imagine the smell

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