Hostels

04 Aug 2014

How to Survive As a Broke Ass Writer: Couch and Hostel Surfing

So, I’ve been on the road as a writer and musician for a little over a decade. The first time I officially became homeless I was 19 years old, and the first time I ran away from home was at age 15. I have always been a transient person. Working

Jordannah Elizabeth - Commonwealth Columnist 1
21 Aug 2013

4 Great International Hostels for Less Than €15

This post is sponsored by the fine people at HostelBookers.com. You interested in sponsoring a post or advertising on the site? Holler us at Info@BrokeAssStuart.com Once upon a time I imagined that if I wanted to see places like Berlin, Beijing, Porto and Cape Town on my shoestring budget, I’d be subjected

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
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17 Oct 2012

How About We…Do Something Cheap?

A wise man once said, “Mo’ money, mo’ problems.” However, if you’re reading this, it may pain you slightly to not be in 100% agreement. Don’t sweat it. Snap out of that funk, little chipmunk! You can still live like a (semi) normal person, just use these handy alternatives to

Patricia Scull - Patty the Pauper 0
28 Aug 2009

Hostelling International’s FREE 100th Anniversary Party in SF

I’m not a fan of camping or dorms.  I’m pretty sure camping is why houses were invented.  And the only purpose of dorms is to make you so miserable freshman year that you’re forced to go out and make friends.  Hostels are a combination of dorms and camping, but somehow

Chloe - Pennywise Reporter 3