Traveller diary secrets

Discover what international travellers wrote into a guest book—hilarious or just wise?

While travelling, it’s always interesting to have a look into visitor’s books, suggestion books or anything alike. Here’s what I have found in those of the Pinnacles Beach Backpackers.

I'm starting to feel at home now, it's raining outside and it's windy. There are clouds in the sky and there are fields, and besides that the mud is returning to the correct colour mud should be: brown!—Lynne, Scotland

Although the distances you may be travelling seem far, each place along the West Coast is unique - often natural, rugged and untouched. Very, very, very different from the very commercialized East Coast. Appreciate these 'hidden secrets' to Australia and love the fact that you won't see a McDonald's till Darwin!—Nancy, Canada

When it comes to financial difficulties keep in mind: who needs to eat?—Jacey, Canada

My advice to anyone who is travelling and is a little shy or lacking in confidence - talk to people, on trains, planes, buses, in hostels pubs, anywhere; because you just might end up meeting some people who will change your life forever, and for the better.—Michelle, Australia

If you're trying to spot a backpacker in a crowd of Aussies just remember the backpacker is the one who's better dressed.—anonymous

And then, when you're fed up with the beach and the sun and the heat, go to Sweden! Lots of snow in Lapland…—Lotta and Jonas, Sweden

From the Pinnacles to Perth. And sometimes the bus driver becomes the captain of the traveller's ark, finding a way through the elements to a distant home called hostel. From the Pinnacles to Perth. And sometimes the bus driver becomes the captain of the traveller's ark, finding a way through the elements to a distant home called hostel.

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