The hostel was very convenient with separate lights and fans for each bunk in a 6 bedded room which did not seem to be crowded at all. The staff was very friendly and the play area was filled with board games, musical instruments, carrom board and the best of all, a Foosball table <3. The breakfast was included and they readily agreed to make the things we wanted and which were manageable. All in all, a complete hostel with people from different countries and backgrounds..
Conclusions and learnings
1. This solo trip was the second but experience wise the best solo trip! It taught me how to talk, adjust, stay determined, quick decision making ( taking a bus that would not go to your destination is always a tough decision XD ) and "IT IS OKAY TO NOT HAVE A PLAN" If you are a traveler, DO NOT HESITATE TO TAKE HELP! I met a french guy who gave me a lift till the restaurant for dinner because having dal rice in hostel was too boring!
2. Traveling solo is all about having your time for yourselves. So major life decisions can be taken here without any influence and help by anyone.(NOT KIDDING)
3. Always carry cash when you visit such places as the money in your bank account have no value over there. Very limited number of ATM's and half of them are either closed or not working!
4. Always try to negotiate as people feel that tourists are here to shell out the money. Maximum that can happen is that they'll laugh at you if it is not negotiable. Who cares? JUST TRY! Talk to local people to know about the transport and their timings, they are the best people to guide you. Quora or google map reviews are not always 100% correct.
5. DO NOT PANIC ABOUT YOUR FURTHER PLANS! Trust me, follow the above learnings and believe in your self and you will definitely reach your next destination without any trouble.
As usual, I have attached the expense sheet below for your reference. Happy Flying!