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  1. Five reasons people don't like to travel solo (but how hostels make it all OK)

    posted by Guest blogger - Janice Waugh | 2 Comments

    Five reasons people don't like to travel solo (but how hostels make it all OK)

    Oct122011

    I love hostels. My first experience with them was when I was 15 as I cycled through the UK for a month. My latest was in Chile. I shan’t say how many decades have transpired in between, but each has included travel and hostels.

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  2. Our photo of the day: Belfast's imposing City Hall

    posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments

    Our photo of the day: Belfast's imposing City Hall

    Oct122011

    Our photo of the day is of Belfast's imposing City Hall, the city's best known building.

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  3. Our photo of the day: The beautiful Mirabell Gardens in Salzburg, Austria

    posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments

    Our photo of the day: The beautiful Mirabell Gardens in Salzburg, Austria

    Oct112011

    Our photo of the day is of the beautiful Mirabell Gardens in Salzburg, Austria.

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  4. Our photo of the day: An Aussie Rules games gets under way at the MCG, Melbourne

    posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments

    Our photo of the day: An Aussie Rules games gets under way at the MCG, Melbourne

    Oct102011

    Our photo of the day is of a Aussie Rules games getting under way at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in Australia.

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  5. Our photo of the day: One of Brussels' busiest squares, Place St Gery, at night

    posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments

    Our photo of the day: One of Brussels' busiest squares, Place St Gery, at night

    Oct072011

    Our photo of the day is of onje of Brussels' busiest squares, Place St Gery, at night.

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  6. Tips and tricks #4 - Choosing your preffered payment type

    posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments

    Tips and tricks #4 - Choosing your preffered payment type

    Oct062011

    When booking a hostel, would you prefer to book with a debit card instead of credit card? Or maybe you want to use Paypal? No problem! Using our 'Payment type' filtering you can choose the type of payment that suits you best.

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  7. Our photo of the day: An aerial view of San Sebastian from Monte Igueldo

    posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments

    Our photo of the day: An aerial view of San Sebastian from Monte Igueldo

    Oct062011

    Our photo of the day is an aerial view of the Northern Spanish city of San Sebastian from Monte Igueldo

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  8. Our photo of the day: A 'Bunny Chow' - something you HAVE to try in Durban

    posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments

    Our photo of the day: A 'Bunny Chow' - something you HAVE to try in Durban

    Oct052011

    Our photo of the day is of an Indian specialty, a 'Bunny Chow' - something you HAVE to try in Durban. It's half a loaf of bread filled with curried chicken and other fillings...delicious!

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  9. Our photo of the day: The sun sets over the Croatian city of Split

    posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments

    Our photo of the day: The sun sets over the Croatian city of Split

    Oct042011

    Our photo of the day is of the sun setting over the Dalmatian Palace in the Croatian city of Split.

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  10. Our cycle through France in aid of a very good cause

    posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments

    Our cycle through France in aid of a very good cause

    Oct042011

    Last month one of the team, Feargal, left Hostelworld Headquarters en route to France. It was here that he would begin a cycle covering over 600km in six day which was in aid of a very, very good cause - the Special Olympics. Over the six days Feargal and the rest of the team (there were 22 people in total) would pass through the French capital along with smaller destinations such as Orange, while some would tackle a 3,000m climb up the Mont Ventoux route.

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