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Hostel accommodation in darwin

Julie : Hi Nick it’s Julie.

Julie : Have you managed to find any information about accommodation and Dow one.

Nick : I was just going to call you.

Nick : I found some on the internet.

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Nick : There were quite a few hostels for back pack is there.

Nick : The first possibility I found was a hostile cold told panned back pack is.

Julie : OK..

Nick : It’s pretty cheap you can get a bed in a dormant tree for nineteen dollars per person.

Nick : Private rooms cost a bit more.

Nick : But it will be okay into my trees went way.

Julie : Show all.

Nick : Sun that whole still has parking though that doesn’t really matter to us as will be using public transport.

Julie : Yeah.

Julie : Are there any reviews on the website from people who have been there.

Nick : Well yes.

Nick : They aren’t all that good dot.

Nick : Some people said they didn’t like the stuff they hadn’t Q1 unfriendly attitude.

Julie : That’s quite unusual in a hostile.

Julie : Usually all the stuff a really welcoming.

Nick : That’s what I thought.

Nick : The boys said they liked the pool and the fact that the rooms had air conditioning but the problem with that was that it was very Q2 noisy so they were kept to white but it was too hot if they tended off so they had to put up with it.

Julie : Someone told me there’s another whole still cold gum tree something.

Nick : Gumtree launch it costs a bit more forty five dollars a person.

Julie : What.

Nick : No that’s for private rooms.

Nick : It’s Q3 23.50 for the dorms.

Julie : That’s all I like it.

Nick : It looks to be in quite a good location.

Nick : A bit out of town and quiet but with good transport quite near a beach.

Julie : As it got a poll.

Nick : Yes.

Nick : Its own gardens.

Nick : The reviews for that one a mostly okay.

Nick : Except for one person who said they couldn’t sleep because they what Q4 insects flying around in the dorm at trees.

Julie : Not for me then.

Julie : And I’d rather be somewhere central really.

Nick : Right.

Nick : There’s a place called kangaroo launch they’ve got dorms at twenty two dollars.

Nick : And its downtown near all the restaurants and clubs and everything so that should suit you and it doesn’t close at night.

Julie : Sorry there’s always someone on reception.

Julie : That sounds good.

Nick : The only criticism was soul was that the rooms were a bit messy untidy because people just left their clients and stuff all over the beds in the floor.

Julie : Hostels usually have lockers in the bedrooms where you can leave your stuff.

Nick : Yeah they do usually but apparently they done here.

Nick : Still hostiles never particularly tidy places so that doesn’t bother me.

Nick : And the same person said that the standard of cleanliness was pretty good and especially the Q5 bathroom they were excellent as far as that went.

Julie : Right.

Julie : Yeah I reckon kangaroo large sounds the best.

Nick : Me too.

Nick : Quite a lot of people reviewing it said it was really fun there like every night everyone staying Hostel, they got together and ended up having a Q6 party so it sounds like it’s got a really good atmosphere.

Julie : I K. let’s go for that one.

Nick : Before you hear Hostel the rest of the conversation you will have some time to look at the questions seven to ten.

Nick : Now listen and also questions seven to ten.

Julie : Did you get the address of Calgary lunch.

Nick : Yes its own Q7 Shadforth lane.

Julie : Well that.

Nick : S. H. I. D. F. O. R. T. H..

Nick : It’s near the transit center with the intercity buses and the airport bosses drop you off.

Julie : Call.

Julie : I’m really looking forward to this.

Julie : I’ve never stayed in a hostile before.

Julie : To provide bed linen sheets and things.

Nick : Yeah.

Nick : And you can usually are the bring your own Q8 towel Ohio one there.

Nick : But they don’t usually provide those for free.

Julie : OK..

Julie : And what happens about males.

Nick : Well you don’t have to pay extra for Q9 breakfast.

Nick : It varies a law in different places but generally it’s okay and there’s usually a cafe where you can buy a snack or a hot meal for lunch.

Nick : But actually if you’re really traveling on the cheap usually for every five or six rooms there’s a Q10 kitchen we can knock up a snack and that saves a lot of money Hostel.

Julie : All right.

Julie : Right well shall I go ahead and book that.

Nick : The end of section one.

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