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stayed for almost two weeks and met eddy and the guys. Place not too hard to find at all. Fantastic location with shops around the corner but the yemini guy in the bodayaga is funny, great staff and good for the Budget. Management is really...More
Overpriced and rank. I've stayed in a lot of hostels but never one as stereotypical as this. The first member of staff I spoke to was rude. The prices were higher than suggested online. When I climbed the many stairs to my room it had...More
Stayed here back in 2007 when travelling alone.
It was cheap and basic. Cannot complain for the cheap price.
Staff were all very helpful.
If you are keen on cooking I would probably avoid as when I was there in 2007 kitchen facilities weren't great,...More
I generally stay in a hostel the first time I visit a new place. My experience is that they are beautiful, well kept and you can meet wonderful people during your stay.
The only good thing about this hostel is the location. This was worse...More
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