What It’s Really Like To Live In A Hostel

Some people get freaked out when I tell them I’m staying at a hostel.

Well, it’s not that scary. Movies like Taken and Hostel just instills fear in people, it keeps people from traveling because they think traveling has to cost a lot. Well, it doesn’t have to cost a lot. Plus, people think the world is a dangerous place or that perhaps they’ll get slaughtered and cut up or locked up in the basement of a hostel (aka the movies).

Here are some friends I’ve made in London (at the hostel). You meet a lot of life-long friends and you can travel with them 🙂

This is us the other night, we found the only hip hop club in London, after much persistence the DJ finally played DRAKE. Then we hit up another electronic and house club and sure enough, it was what I expected of the UK. Well, I didn’t expect so many hipsters. Brixton is the place to be and if you want to stay at a fun hostel, try Hootannany Hostel. There’s a great bar downstairs, I’ve gotten used to the noise with ear plugs, nothing can wake me up!

Great staff and lovely surroundings. I’ll be heading to Amsterdam on a megabus on Wednesday, if you’re there, would love to meet you- Rebekkalien@gmail.com

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Here’s the kitchen and our daily hang out place.

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My attempt at making English food.



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