Reviews: Anonymous

Al Salam Camp

Luxor, Egypt

Al salam camp is a charmer. It is small hostel, run by a family. Ahmed, the owner, certainly knows what hospitality is, and his wife knows how to cook. So don't leave for dinner anywhere, stay and enjoy delicious homemade food. There is a nice chillout area at the hostel as well. There you can enjoy the bonfire, play guitar or backgammon, or smoke shisha. Ahmed can also arrange trips and other activities. Agree on the prices beforehand, though.

  • 7th Mar 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Latvia
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (2 reviews)

MD House

Chiang Mai, Thailand

It was ok, but overpriced for the quality of rooms. 800 baht is quite a lot and there are many cheaper options in the neighbourhood. Otherwise ok. Free internet access is nice. Breakfast service is kinda slow in the morning and sometimes its so busy at the same time so people cant have a breakfast soon enough to catch their cab for a day trip...It would be much better if they made it as a buffet so everybody could grab something before rushing out.