Omar'S Backpacker'S Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOmar'S Backpacker'S Hostel Mersing
Omar is a very nice guy but his place is unsecure as hell. Door locks are broken and the main entrance is only close by a grid which doesnt locks. Our rooms has been visited by some stranger in the night.
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... a couple of hours at each dinner service.
You know that saying 'if something seems too good to be true it probably is' well that pretty much sums up our first experience of helpx. Things didn’t really start too well, we turned up in Mersing where we had been told to go on our first day of work and turned up at the office to find it closed. We phoned our boss Jasbeer who told us we were meant to have phoned as the boat had already left so we sat ...
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I'd been warned Mersing wasn't a particularly nice area so wanted to find somewhere to stop ASAP. After about 20 minutes I managed to find somewhere fairly cheap although it was a dive with a shared bucket shower and squat toilet but I just needed it for the bed as I was ready to crash.
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... and playing table tennis and foosball rematches. After a quick lunch, we packed our bags and were whisked back to Mersing in a record time of 20 minutes, flying over the waves at an exhilarating pace.
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