Happy New Location!

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1 year...1 year since we reopened this hostel in our new location,with a fresh look and attitude towards providing quality service to you,our customers and friends..

It's been hard,but more than that it was good fun ...having everybody involved:our staff,friends,tourists,owner..everybody gave a hand in this moving process..it made us forget about the exhaustion that installed in our bodies at some point,and it actually made us more enthusiastic about the new great place that we have to remake.

You can't imagine how great the feeling was for us,staff,to be part of something like this...to help remake a hostel and come up with ideas and plans for rooms and decorations and stuff...more than always we were a big happy hostel family..working as a team,and coming up with great ideas for this amazing place.

Some rooms we did from scratch,others we redid the wooden floors or windows....painted and decorated the rest of the place..

We were almost done..Yuhuuu..and we had the pleasant surprise of having our first tourists at this new location..they were welcomed with lots of smiles,tuica,and long talks...we missed talking in English with our tourists sooo mucchhh..:D

So this is how it began (again)..and now,after 1 year...we are pleased..pleased that people still return to our hostel even though we changed location..pleased that we have so much more here to offer to you guys!

This is a great place ,and you should come and see our work !:D

Happy New Location Kismet Dao!

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