Hostelworld

Hostelworld

@hostelworld

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Stay in a hostel, meet other travelers & discover the world! Tweet us for #hostel & #travel tips. Use #MeetTheWorld & we’ll RT the best!

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Joined on April 04, 2008
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @hostelworld and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
4 days
Average replies
3
Average retweets
2
Average likes
6
Tweets with photos
21 / 100
Tweets with videos
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182. globally and in category Ecommerce

728. in category Ecommerce

Don't forget, if you're a backpacker struggling to find and pay for accommodation, there are hostels that can help. Find out all you need to know here... https://t.co/uFUCBXLMf5 https://t.co/Nv5nPhZhEv

Don't forget, if you're a backpacker struggling to find and pay for accommodation, there are hostels that can help. Find out all you need to know here... https://t.co/uFUCBXLMf5 https://t.co/Nv5nPhZhEv

Changing your travel plans? Please take a few moments to read the below message. All the info you need, and a link to our Support team’s contact form, can be found here: https://t.co/bzMhFYPC1z https://t.co/Xev3yK74S2

Changing your travel plans? Please take a few moments to read the below message. All the info you need, and a link to our Support team’s contact form, can be found here: https://t.co/bzMhFYPC1z https://t.co/Xev3yK74S2

Calling the sisterhood! Here are some empowering, female focused places to tick off your list... https://t.co/q0Au9O6Q0k

We're happy to be featured as the first female hostel founders of Iran in @hostelworld blog for #InternationalWomenDay2020. #8March is for anyone whose bright enough to understand the importance of an equal society.We're kick as & we like it!
Read here:
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We're happy to be featured as the first female hostel founders of Iran in @hostelworld blog for #InternationalWomenDay2020. #8March is for anyone whose bright enough to understand the importance of an equal society.We're kick as & we like it! Read here: https://t.co/CHPJJua6Kp https://t.co/Xu4p12zfSs

Need some motivation to kick off the week? Read the empowering stories from some inspirational female hostel owners below 👇 https://t.co/leNGYAxbsD

Have you always wanted to enter the pages of your favourite book? With the help of our guide to the best destinations for book lovers you can make your literary dreams a reality! #WorldBookDay #WorldBookDay2020 https://t.co/DHey0Hf9Hk

Do you consider yourself a music super-fan? We dare you to try our ultimate tour of the best music cities in the US. Time to hit the road! https://t.co/QC1SNcGAD3

We have the power to make this world a better place and we have an obligation to take care of it, so do everything in your power. Read the full blog, here: https://t.co/m0oxW7d311

8. Recycle We can’t always produce zero waste, sometimes recycling is your only option. If you can’t find recycling bins, keep your waste until you return to the hostel. Recycling should not be an excuse for you to produce waste wherever you go. It should be your last resort.

7. Peel more, package less Avoid buying fruit & veg that’s wrapped in layers of unnecessary plastic – they’ve already got their own skin! When you can, prepare your own meals in the hostel kitchen. It’s both eco and budget friendly.

6. Invest in environmentally friendly toiletries Eco-friendly toiletries are organic, natural and great for both your health and the health of the planet. They use little to no plastic, plus they’re often solid, so you can bring them freely in your carry-on bag.

5. Always carry an eco-bag with you Tote bags mean you don’t have to ask for plastic bags. Eco-bags have many uses; carry your groceries, take your toiletries to the hostel bathroom or carry dirty clothes to the laundry.

4. Assemble your zero-waste kit Take a zero-junk kit with you. Include a cup, straw, water bottle, cutlery and anything else that replaces disposables. Fill your bottle before heading out to stay keep hydrated, save £ and stop you contributing to waste.

3. Borrow the things you don’t have Save money & waste by borrowing, instead of buying items you'll never use again. Special boots, hiking bags, wellies, underwater camera etc. – the list is endless! If you can't borrow, buying second hand is always a more sustainable option.

2. Pack clothes you already have Be a conscious consumer and travel only with things you already own. Avoid consuming unnecessarily AND save money. There’s no need to buy new stuff. You’re going to a different place where no one knows you, so everything about you will be new!

1. Make a packing checklist This tip is probably the simplest, but also the most efficient. A checklist prevents you from forgetting things and having to buy things you already have at home. When you stop buying things, you indirectly stop producing new waste.

The sustainable packing list every traveller needs! #FridayThoughts ~ A thread ~ 👇

Quoted @BBCWorld

Backpackers in Australia on working holiday visas may be able to stay longer if they help rebuild after bushfires https://t.co/NiolHPqiuO

Backpackers in Australia are needed to help save the planet! https://t.co/OmwOoqmYzY

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