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Well...this is difficult to answer, because how many is 'common'? However, I've stayed in hostels in Australia, New Zealand, all over Europe, Central and northern Asia, USA/Canada and South America, and I can't recall a time that I've seen them charge EXTRA for female dorms - EXCEPT when there were fewer beds. Now, it's fairly common to charge more for ...
As someone who travelled a lot and stayed in many hostels let me say I also saw similar behaviour in many places, not only hostels but also on buses and at tourist sites. This is not limited to South America, but also happens in South East Asia and India. When speaking to Israelis who travel alone and are usually a little bit older they confirmed my ...
First of all, I think you did good when you said SOME in your title. This will save your question from being closed ;) Second, in some areas of the world smoking in public places and indoors is tolerated unlike Europe and speaking loudly or making noise in the middle of night is just ok, such as in the area these group came from. People from these areas and ...
There is a fairly comprehensive listing of Guernsey accommodation on Visit Guernsey Unfortunately there are indeed no hostels listed. There are a variety of guesthouses, inns and self-catering options. Or another option might be Couchsurfing, since there are a few hosts there.
I contacted the Guernsey Information Centre, North Plantation, St Peter Port, GY1 2LQ Email: email@example.com There response was simply: "Sorry we do not have hostels in Guernsey only normal camp sites"
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