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TravelPod Member ReviewsOne World Backpackers Perth
I really enjoy my time to this hostel. Seriously, the cleanest and friendlyest hostel so far. Staff is so nice and so helpful. I was not sure if i would check-out on sunday or on wednesday, and because it's Easter time, it is fully book everywhere. So, Steve, one of the staff member, told me i could prebook without paying and let him know the morning of my check-out if i wanted to leave or not. Usually, you have to give 48hours notice otherwise you get charge 50% of the night or depends of hostels. But Steve was very kind and he made me a wonderful Latte with the expresso machine. 2$ only! Then, he gave me the room key and said i could unpack first and comeback later to do the check-in. Perfect!
As i didn't have the 20$ cash only deposit, he said it was okay and i could just comeback later with it. I went outside and everyone was so friendly, there was a lot of germans and they invited me to kings park with them, That was nice of them. The rooms are basic hostel room with a Fan, mine had 6 beds and the roof is quite high so we feel like having more space. Breakfast is included. In the reception, there is a wall of advertisement but everything is seperate in a portfolio. One for jobs, one for lifts, one for trips etc.
It is a pretty quiet Hostel. I think its a workers hostel cause the kitchen closes at 9pm during the week and 11pm during the weekend, so it could be boring sometimes.
I reccommend it anyways, just for the ambiance. You can feel like home here, cause it's in a house and it is a very small backpackers !
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... the shops picking out the best bargains for Xmas, compiling our stockings. Having scoured the shops for an hour, passing thru the food hall alerted our bellies to brekki time. Heading back to the coffee club at the entrance, we soon ordered and sat down in the blazing sun waiting for our coffee when Jo rang to say she had finished and was on her way over. My breakfast hot pot was lush, consisting of chorizo slices, mushrooms, onions in a neapolitan sauce with poached eggs on ...
... to walk over the grounds. The tour was interesting and we enjoyed the facts+figures of such an old/historic sports ground. Lots to see and lots of terrific sports vibe in the place.
The day ended early. Tired lads so a chance to do some catch up sleep- bye-bye's.