I would personally recommend that anyone coming from any background, genealogy or age try to live in a hostel at least once in their lifetime. Too bold statement? Well I don't think so. I have been staying in a hostel for the last 3 years and plan to do so for next year as well. The reason why I support this cause so much is that no matter what is bad or bad, living in a hostel provides a person with valuable and invaluable experiences that equip him to better manage their lives from now on. As Mark Twain rightly remarked: "We must take care to get out of an experience only the wisdom that is in it – and stop there, lest we be like the cat sitting in a hot lid. a hot lid pan again – and that's good, but it will never sit in a cold anymore. "Good judgment often comes from experience, but experience alone comes from both bad and good times, and a hostel is perfect place to start especially when a person enters adulthood.
After describing the impact of the dorm hostel host, let me discuss some advantages and disadvantages of living in a hostel.
• Uncertainty decreases –
Well, living in a hostel gives a person quite a chance to interact with people, because within the hostel complex people are all around. Those people who are shy and unable to interact with others properly over a period of time should definitely talk to people at least their roommates for sure. Added to these festivals, festivals and birthday parties encourage relationships and give people plenty of opportunity to get out of their embarrassment.
• Interactions –
For those of us who are not too shy a hostel is the perfect place to meet people from different areas, environments and social strata. People from different countries meet and live under a common roof, allowing for an informed and interactive session.
• It's Cheap –
Let's face it, kids living in a hostel are incredibly cheap if you let go of the ultra-modern and AC. Speaking of basic accommodation with all the requirements a hostel needs is a perfect place. Even college hostels that many students prefer are comparatively cheaper than living in a rented home or hotel. I live in a college hostel, which is really a good place to party!
• Forgetting Bad Things –
People can be tempted to do things that will hurt them in the long run. Cases of cocaine, ganja, smoking cigarettes as well as alcohol consumption have been observed in hostels.
• Lack of privacy –
Privacy is at risk when living in a hostel. In many hostels people have roommates, who further reduce privacy.
• Security –
Occasionally cases are also reported in hostels.
So there is the living hostel explained from different points of view. One has to try to live in a hostel and not forget to learn from one another's mistakes and lead a good life ahead.