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Our Latest Hostel Partner from Singapore

WE are so happy to announce the partnership between Central 65 Hostel and Arfit Club today!  As you all know, Arfit Club is a club that brings people closer together by introducing you to the local reliable hostels in the countries you are visiting and to the local friendly fitness and wellness clubs.   233 more words

Explore The World

A little backstory..

For the last 4 years I’d been living in San Francisco and couldn’t shake this feeling I wasn’t growing. I was complacent in more areas in my life than I’d honestly like to think about.  328 more words


Cambodia Trip - Day 9

Well, our 9th day in Cambodia started very early. We were waiting for the bus to get to Sihanoukville. During that time, we were told that we have to take one bus to Phnom Penh and then a different bus to get to Sihanoukville from Phnom Penh. 488 more words


I made it

I did it. I’m here. In spite of a semi-harrowing arrival, I’m sitting in an airy bus station food court facing the colorful mish-mashed sprawl that is San Jose and the gently sloping mountain behind it. 1,424 more words

Beach Life


Two  years  ago ,  when  I  mentioned  to  coworkers ,  family  and  friends  that  my  own  30  Plus  Teams  Tour was  going  to  take  me  down  South ,  they  all  assumed  that  I  was  either  going  to  be  visiting  my  aunt  and  cousins  down  in  either  Charlotte  or  Raleigh ,  North  Carolina . 702 more words


Hostel Etiquette - Do's and Don'ts

I love hostels. It’s inexpensive to stay at hostels, and they’re fantastic places to meet other travelers and make connections with people around the world. But it’s also important to remember that in a hostel you’re sharing a living space with a bunch of other people, and you want to make sure to be respectful to your new friends so that they remember how awesome you are – not how you left a huge mess in the bathroom. 802 more words


Bali: The Onion Co hostel

I reflect on my time at the Onion Co by recounting the final night. Regina, a lady who helps run the hostel had scribbled something on the back of a flyer and I picked up to read it: 505 more words