Looking out the window of a long derelict safehouse in Guangzhou, China. Now used as a pit stop communal apartment for us retired agency folk.
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There’s only one definitive way to keep valuables, sensitive documents and non-permissive gear safe in your room from hotel staff and outside forces.
Airports can be used as temporary places to sleep, chill and “live” as if they were hotels, legally, comfortably and for free… This is how.
The “underworlds” of the world are a relatively hidden part of every major city with a myriad of elusive but uniquely useful resources.
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Hostels are often such a significant part of travelers’ lives that it develops into its own independent lifestyle… The Hostel Life.
Hotels are just highly catered places of temporary lodging but there are adventurous, unique and cheaper alternatives for nomads.
I’ve traveled and nomadically lived the near entirety of Korea staying mostly at hostels and can confidently say that I’ve found the best one in it.