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It's definitely simple, with a nice pool, lots of travelers from all around the world. Private rooms are just fine, staff is very friendly and helpful, although very busy. DIY Breakfast is great! The rooftop and main areas are perfect for a (very reasonably priced)...More
Typical grungy backpacker scene. Friendly but overworked staff. Free cocktail happy hour - but the drinks were very ordinary. Great breakfast included. Snorkeling tours and bikes for hire available from the tour desk next door. ... staffed by a weary cynical expat. Private room was...More
Upon walking into this establishment a wild thought crossed my mind, what's the catch?!
How many kidneys am I to pay on top of this 10 dollar accommodation?
To which man am I to sell my body to for ample pancakes, omelettes and coffee?
I stayed here for about a week, the breakfast is great, nice omelettes and pancakes / coffee. There are free drinks every night for one hour which is super fun. The guy pooring the drinks was pretty stern and I feel he was basically rude...More
we had a good stay at the weary traveler hostel.
the communal kitchen and the long table in the middle of the patio are a good place to get in contact with other travelers.
the free breakfast is basic - you get 1 omelett per...More
$17 - $106 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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