It's no secret I want to open up my own hostel in the next few years. I'm not even positive where it will be yet, but I know it will be great. My mom always joked they overdid the self-esteem thing with my generation, but why shouldn't you follow your passion with confidence?
At some point in my childhood I discovered that my mother had a life before I came along (yep, really!). As a wee one, this both surprised and fascinated me. Her travel adventures were especially exciting.
As I'm writing this blog, I am continually asked by both hostels and fellow guests "So, what have you found? What are the best things a hostel can do?" There are certainly details I've seen that make places stand out, which I will continue to write about.
There's no question travel can be fun, rewarding, and exciting. However anyone who's traveled will tell you it can also be frustrating, lonely, and exhausting. Sometimes missing certain comforts of home can cause some unusual behavior.
Hello fellow hostel friends and enthusiasts! My name is Courtney Loechl, and I am the new staff writer for hostelmanagement.com. Over the coming months I will be continuously filling this space with blog posts about all sorts of hostel-related topics.
"The Bozeman Backpackers Hostel in Montana opened in 1991 when the original owner, Jim moved to the area after years of traveling and wanted to return the favor of having somewhere cheap to stay and really enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere of the independent hostels he stayed at in Australia and New
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