Before I started my travel job, I spent time travelling as a chef and adventure enthusiast. I have done everything from working holidays, to group tours, to all-inclusive’s and so much in-between.

Despite my job taking me all over the world now, I still spend every spare moment I have, travelling on my own and planning my next trip.

You can find information on hiking, eating, hostels and tours, right here in destinations. The blog posts you read here provide an honest perspective of my experience in every place I have traveled to. Good or bad.

So if you have already decided to travel somewhere or are just looking for some help deciding where to go and what to do when you get there, read on and please comment if you have an experience of your own that you feel the fellow Hikes and Hostels readers could benefit from.

 

Whistler Lodge Hostel

Whistler Lodge Hostel Whistler, British Columbia Canada For any adventure seeker, Whistler BC Canada is a perfect destination. Whistler Blackcomb Ski resort has 4757 acres of skiable terrain making it the largest ski resort in North America with the greatest uphill...

Hostels Vs. Hotels

Hostels Vs. Hotels   If given the choice between staying in a hostel vs. a hotel, lets say, for a private room in a hostel and a standard double room in a hotel, if the price was exactly the same, I would choose the hostel every time. Honestly, in most cases, I...