Saturday, November 19, 2016

I know it is has being a long time. I will start posting soon. Please in the mean time follow my instgram.

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Please be patient I will post soon.

Monday, March 28, 2016

What I have being up to

Sense the start of the year. I have being travelling more then ever. I have being, really blessed this year, so far. I have being able to visit Houston, Austin, and I spent a month in Europea. I visited 8 countries and 9 cities. I also moved from where I used to live. This all accounts for my lack of posting recently. But I'm going to start posting more often again. It will be hard because I have trips planed for the near future. But I'm going to commit  myself to this blog. Thanks for reading and I hope to hear from you guys.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Top Five Things To Do While In Budapest

5: Hero Square/Parliament

I have a tie for 5th place, I could not choose one. Hero Square is just simply breath taking. Located  at the end of one of the most Beautiful avenues in Europe Andrassy Ut. Surrounded by embassy and lush buildings. It is also the entrance to city park. It is a UNESCO world heritage site. It is also where the tomb of the unknown soldier is located. The square makes you feel small and insignificant. You can feel the weight of Hungarian history as the statues of the seven leaders who found Hungary look down on you.   Parliament is an amazing piece of architecture. It a massive building located next to the Danube. One thing that many travelers might miss, is the amazing court yard in front of the parliament. Where you can seat down and admire this amazing building, as the hustle and bustle of everyday life  pass you by.

4: Castle Hill

Castle Hill, is one most centrally located tourist spots in all of Budapest. With Buda Castle at the top of the hill, and next to  the president's house, and a short walk away from Fisherman's Bastion, and St Matthias. You can pack a lot of site seeing, in a couple of hours. Plus the view from the Castle, of the Pest side of the city is just amazing.

3: Spa Baths

Budapest is known for its Many thermal baths. The two most well know are Gellert Baths and Szechenyi Thermal Baths. But there are countless Thermal Baths in the city. Most of them offer  a day in the baths,  food, and sauna, and massages, for a really great price, around 15 USD. Its a great way to relax with withs, while surounded by great architecture, locals, and  a relaxing atmosphere.

2: Walking along the Danube

What more can be said about walking along the Danube. It is a once in life time experience. It is great to walk around the river, and see hungarians interacting with the river. The Danube is still a part of everyday live in Hungary. You can see locals fishing or meeting each other for a date. Also some of the most important land marks are located next to the river, or close by. The parliament, Buda Hill, Margaret Island. Fisherman's Bastion, Chain Bridge, are all close to or next to the river.

1: Ruin Bars

Ruin Bars are bars that are located in run down or semi-destroyed buildings. The buildings were considered useless, and unable to house people.  Most of the Ruin Bars are located in court yards, of those buildings.  Ruin Bars are one of the best ways, to spend a night in Budapest. The drinks are cheap and atmosphere is great. They serve from fine scotch, to a local favorite Shrek. (three parts wine, two parts soda, one part kiwi liqueur) It just a fun way to spend the night, make new friends, meet locals, and forget about your problems.

Monday, January 25, 2016

My Next Post Are Going To Be About Prague And Bratislava

Review On My Days In Budapest

As you have seeing in the pictures I have posted, Budapest is an amazing city. During my trip through Europe I visited Budapest twice. The pictures in my previous posts are from the fisrt time I visited the city. This first time I spent 4 amazing days exploring the city. When I arrived in the city, I had the fortune of meeting Beth, while I was checking to my hostel. It was great to be able to make a friend right away. I spent the first day. In Budapest exploring the Buda side of the city with Beth. The next day, I ventured out on my own. I went on a great walking tour of the city, Which I would highly recommend.  Walking tours are a great way to see a city, if you have a limited amount of time, and a small budget. (Most walking tours are tip based) On Saturday I spent the day with my new friends Beth, Chelsea, and Angus. Exploring the city. On my last day after a really fun night out, hanging out in Budapest famous ruin bars. I visited the famous Gellert Baths and Spa's. A real treat, and a great way to unwind from a late night out. Then I was off on train to my next destation Prague.

Thursday, January 21, 2016

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About Hostelgeeks

Hostelgeeks in an Independent website to collect the worlds best, no, greatest Hostels based on transparent criteria: The 5 Star Hostels! The 5 Star Hostel award is an award and concept unique to and you can find all 5 Star Hostels in the world here (link to:

The two people behind Hostelgeeks are Anna and Matt, two media creatives working in the hostel industry for more than 5 years. They are both travelers, lovers of vintage design, good coffee, fashion, beach and sea, and life.

On Hostelgeeks you can find only 5 Star Hostels and only one hostel per destination. This makes it easy for you to find a fabulous hostel in many destinations around the world. Especially in popular travel destinations it can be a hassle to find a great hostel-typed accommodation such as Berlin, London or Madrid. Hostelgeeks collects and reviews the hostel and brings you only the one hostel you should stay at. Based on transparent criteria, Anna and Matt, award the Hostels to become 5 Star Hostels.

The transparenter criteria of a 5 Star Hostel are:
1)    Sustainable:
Hostelgeeks cares about sustainable and eco-friendly accommodations! It tells you a lot about the character of a hostel if there are eco-friendly installations throughout the hostel. Anna and Matt check this out for you!

2)    Superb Hostel Design:
A 5 Star Hostel comes always in a special design. From Boutique, to chic to cosy and upcycled! A good hostel design always reflects the local scene while it does not mean a design has to be expensive. The authenticity is key here!

3)    Unique:
Hostels are unique, and so are the 5 Star Hostels. Anna and Matt have a look on the uniqueness of the hostel. This can be a swimming pool, a roof top terrace, special events, or maybe even the staff.

4)    Social:
A Hostel should always be a social spot! And so are the 5 Star Hostels as well! Hostelgeeks checks out how social the Hostel is, if there are special events and efforts from the hostels side to create a special vibe around the accommodation. However, some of the listed 5 Star Hostels do not organize anything. Why? Well, have a look at Montacute Boutique Bunkhouse (link to:, the 5 Star Hostel in Tasmania. Every social activity happens here dynamically thanks to the vibe of the hostel!

5)    Great staff
Great staff is the heart of the hostel. Without a passionate and friendly team, a 5 Star Hostel would be only a great-looking hostel. And this is not what these Hostels are about.
Anna and Matt also review the team of the hostel behind.

Examples of 5 Star Hostels:
Let us have a look on some of the Hostels featured on Hostelgeeks.

5 Star Hostel in London: Palmers Lodge Swiss Cottage and Hillspring
Have you ever been to London? There are dozens of Hostels to choose from. Hostelgeeks favorite Hostel in London is Palmers Lodge Swiss Cottage (link to: and Palmers Lodge Hillspring (Link to: These two Hostels are differently designed. While Swiss Cottage is a lovely Mansion house, the Hillspring is located in a modern building featuring a young, modern design.

5 Star Hostel in Amsterdam
Same as in London, there are many Hostels in Amsterdam. Anna and Matt are big fans of Cocomama and Ecomama Hostel (link to: in Amsterdam. Both hostels are managed by the same owners, approaching a different type of traveler. The Cocomama Hostel (link to: is the very first Boutique Hostel in Amsterdam, perfect for the slow-traveler enjoying a cosy, intimate hostel vibe. Only groups up to 4 people are allowed here to stay, and they also have a Hostel cat looking for the next guests to cuddle with!
Ecomama on the other hand is the green, younger sister of Cocomama. Here you can find so many upcycled furniture, the reception is made out of books, and the common areas are well-designed and huge!

5 Star Hostel in Prague
The 5 Star Hostel award in Prague goes to Mosaic House Prague (link to: This hostel is located in the new town of Prague, surrounded by cool bars, cafés and great restaurants. Inside the hostel you can join several great parties and events such as karaoke nights, and live concerts by local bands. For the tranquil traveler, they offer as well as easy-going lounge to relax.

Is Hostelgeeks a booking platform?
Hostelgeeks is not a booking platform, and they do not have any motivation to get to your money through any booking. All they do is to collect 5 Star Hostels around the world and list them for you on a handy map. For a booking, they created a small field under each hostel article with a booking recommendation. Hostelgeeks recommends you to book directly through the hostel website as this is the place to find the lowest prices.