Hopefully Eli Roth hasn’t terrified too many travelers from the horizon-expanding cultural experience staying in a hostel can provide (not to mention Eastern Europe all together, which is quite lovely to be honest). Less expensive and more sociable than traditional hotels, hostels cater particularly well younger crowds, at least those young at heart, who might be more budgeted in their sightseeing, not to mention more open minded and appreciative of meeting new people along the way. Traditional hostels are rental based operations, allowing newcomers to rent a bed or bunk bed in a dormitory type-setting, often sharing a bathroom, Direct TV channesl in Port Townsend, lounge and or kitchen with the other occupants. Though the term “Youth Hostel” is commonly assigned most hostel accommodations, it’s actually a misnomer. In most countries, there will be no I.D. checks to make sure any renter is under a certain age (not to say you won’t need some sort of identification just to check-in). More on page 48
admin @ July 11, 2013
When you are going on a trip to a foreign country like Venezuela, it is essential to remember to pack everything. If you forget something, it is not like you can go back home to pick it up. You will be stuck with making do without it or buying a replacement in Venezuela. Here is a look at some items that are essential to bring with you to Venezuela.
The first thing to bring with you is cash. The Venezuelan people are hungry for US dollars, so you will More on page 47
admin @ May 18, 2013