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  1. Enjoying food on your travels - Hostelworld Hangout with Jodi Ettenberg of Legal Nomads

    posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments

    Enjoying food on your travels - Hostelworld Hangout with Jodi Ettenberg of Legal Nomads

    Apr292013

    In the third of a series of regular live video chats on Google Plus called 'Hostelworld Hangouts', I spoke with Jodi Ettenberg of travel blog LegalNomads.com, one of the web's top travel blogs that, among other subjects, has lots of posts on food. Jodi knows so much about the subject that she even wrote a book about it called The Food Traveler's Handbook.

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  2. 6 great wildlife experiences in West Africa

    posted by Guest blogger - Brendan van Son | 0 Comments

    6 great wildlife experiences in West Africa

    Apr222013

    While Southern and Eastern Africa are much more famous for potential wildlife experiences, West Africa is largely overlooked. From primates to crocs, to forest and savannah elephants, there are plenty of animal experiences here in the region. The difference, of course, is that you’ll have to dig a little deeper to get to these spots. But the bright side is there’s a good chance you’ll have them all to yourself.

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  3. Get the VIP Experience in Dublin

    posted by Heather Thompson | 0 Comments

    Get the VIP Experience in Dublin

    Apr172013

    Would you like to visit Dublin as a VIP? Of course you would! That's why our next VIP Experience is at the Four Courts Hostel in Dublin, Ireland, including a Hostelworld Goodie Bag and three nights' stay in an ensuite room. This spacious, friendly hostel is in the perfect spot from which to explore Dublin's most historic and iconic sights on foot.

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  4. Our pick for new funky places to stay

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    Our pick for new funky places to stay

    Apr162013

    We’re constantly welcoming new hostels, hotels, B&Bs and apartments to Hostelworld.com. Some have amazing locations, some have particularly great staff and some have innovative or particularly comfortable facilities. We’ve picked out our favourite of the funkiest new places to stay around the world. Read on and start your next adventure.

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  5. From world music to belly laughs: our favourite events this May

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    From world music to belly laughs: our favourite events this May

    Apr032013

    May is such a great time to travel, no matter which hemisphere you’re in. Whether it’s spring or autumn, the air is warm and the nights are mild...at least where our favourite May events are being held. We know that not everyone travels the same so we've picked out some of the best events to see in May.

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  6. Enjoying luxury on a budget - our next 'Hostelworld Hangout' live video chat

    posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments

    Enjoying luxury on a budget - our next 'Hostelworld Hangout' live video chat

    Apr032013

    In the fifth of a series of live video chats via Google Hangouts called 'Hostelworld Hangouts', I'll be discussing how to enjoy luxury on a budget with Sarah and Terry Lee of lifestyle site LiveShareTravel.com. Taking place later today (April 3rd) at 12.15EST/17.15GMT.

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  7. Top 10 budget restaurants in Shanghai

    posted by Guest expert – Hayley Coleman of TripAdvisor | 0 Comments

    Top 10 budget restaurants in Shanghai

    Apr032013

    This month’s guest expert is Hayley Coleman from TripAdvisor. In this post Hayley introduces us to a selection of great restaurants that are ideal for travellers visiting Shanghai. She takes a look at what's on offer in each restaurant along with sharing reviews from TripAdvisor travellers.

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  8. 10 things to do in Reykjavik

    posted by Guest blogger - Cailin O'Neil | 0 Comments

    10 things to do in Reykjavik

    Apr022013

    The Icelandic capital is the starting point for anyone’s Icelandic adventure. A small city with roughly 119,000 residents (Iceland itself as a whole has only 320,000 people), this seaside city is home to tasty eats, museums with ancient artifacts, cool nightlife and gorgeous views of nearby mountains just to name a few things that make it great.

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