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									Backpacking isn’t complicated. In fact, its simplicity is what makes it
so attractive. With only your pack on your back, there are no limits to
what you can do or see. Many hostels provide self-catering kitchens and
most provide meals.

You should book a room at a hostel the day before rather than wander the
streets at night looking for a room. It isn't only the young who use
hostels. Many older travellers use hostels for cheap accomodation at
their destinations. There are hostels in castles, in teepees and in
railroad carriages.

Safeguard your important documents and money - Get one of those thin
money belts that fit inside your clothes. That way you can carry your
passport and money with you at all times. A useful tip - Many hostels
give discounts to students, so you should always keep your student card
handy. The hostel custom is that all guests clean up after themselves.

Essential gear for your trip will include Backpack ,Fast Drying Towel,
Walking Shoes, Socks and Underwear, Long Underwear, Pillow Case, Sleeping
Bag, Passport, Spy Wallet, Day Pack, Camera . Generally, large city
hostels are open 24 hours per day, while others may have shorter opening
hours. Many hostels have a self-catering kitchen where you can cook your
own meals and some even have their own restaurants, cafe and bars.

Planning that seems so trivial at home can become complicated when you
are in a strange place. Hostels provide a great way to meet new people
and experience new things which is why they appeal to such a diverse
range. Many hostels provide internet access, laundry, and free breakfast.
Common identification used to stay in hostels includes passports, photo
driver’s licenses and state or country identity cards.

								
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