In this episode of the Hostel Road Trip Podcast Pandemic Mini-Series, David Cook from the Barn Door Hostel is going to tell us about opening a climbing hostel and having COVID-19 hit is the first year.
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Hostel Road Trip Hosts James Black and Bobby Dyer are back. This time they are interviewing Jason Ordiway from Sin City Hostel in Las Vegas. The governor of Nevada declared dormitories to be an essential business. Jason shares what he's done to keep his hostel open and his guests safe.
COVID-19 has rendered many of us trapped indoors, with fewer guests than usual, and unable to make as money as we need to in order to, y'know, pay the rent and live our daily lives.
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak that's sweeping through the planet, everyone must take on a certain amount of social responsibility in order to keep our communities and ourselves safe.
If you are lucky enough to be able to stay open during this time, or if you are trapped at home with housemates or your family, you and everyone you are trapped with are probably starting to get a little stir crazy.
March is already low season for many hostels, but we think it’s safe to say most hostel owners are experiencing a lower season than normal due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak.
The following press release was provided by In The Works, a PR firm representing the YHA Swanage.
The result of a £1.5 million refurbishment has been unveiled at YHA Swanage in the South West.