For the first time in my life, I will be living in a hostel

For the first time in my life, I will be living in a hostel

Today, I arrived home around 4:00 AM and have been drunk ever since. I had two glasses of cha-cha, two glasses of wine, and one beer, so of course I was drunk. But it was very hard because I had to get up at 11:00 a.m. today and then I had to get ready for the move. So anyway, I set my alarm for 11:00 and washed and dried all my clothes that smelled like cigarettes, and my socks.

It will probably take some time until they are completely dry.
So I slept in my bed. In the end, it was past six o’clock when I was able to go to bed. In common, when you are really drunk, you don’t feel well, which is why you are tired of having strange dreams. So I had a loop of bad dreams, and I was really tired when I woke up in the morning.



Finally pack up all my stuff and leave the flat

I only slept for 5 hours and I’m insanely tired. But, oh well, I got up somehow. After that, I asked the caretaker if I could stay until about 2:00 p.m., since the check-in time was at 3:00 p.m. I thought that since there were no new guests coming today, I could just relax and enjoy myself. She said she didn’t know if she would have guests or not.

Anyway, she told me that she had to be here at 12:00 to clean the room. I told her that the boss had said that there would be no guests today, so it would be fine, but I thought it would be better to leave as early as possible. It would probably be better that way. So I gathered up all the laundry first. I dried all the wet ones with a hair dryer. This was a real pain, and the ones that were halfway dry smelled bad for some reason. I think the water is probably not good water. That’s why they smelled really bad. Even after washing with soap, that water still smelled bad. So it was a real hassle because the smell would not come off until they were completely dry.

Finally, I dried all my socks, pants, and then my jacket, and I was done! Next, I packed all my stuff, then sorted out what was fruit or edible, then washed all the dishes, then took out the trash. I didn’t really have to do that, but I decided to do that as a sign of my gratitude. Finally, I packed everything up and was ready to go! It ended up being 1:15, but that’s how I told her, and I finally left the place where I lived for a month and a half, and it was going to be a very memorable place to live.
So I decided to go to a cafe in front of the station before check-in at Fabrika, which was at 3:00. So I ordered a cappuccino and joined the meeting there.

At the meeting, I was checking for any omissions in the current case.



Finally, I started living in a hostel for the first time in my life!

Once that was done, it was almost time to go, so I checked in at Fabrica. Fabrica was crazy big and amazingly huge. The reception area was like a tourist attraction, with lots of interesting furniture like a café, and lots of free space to use. But there were always a lot of people there. So I felt like I should go there at 6:00 in the morning or something. So I’m going to take this opportunity to fix this into an early to bed early to rise week.



Fabrica Hostel. Super huge. In the Soviet era, it was a factory.


I checked in safely and went into the room, but there were people sleeping or doing something, but there was no clean area in that room, and everything was used. So I was like, “Where? So I went to the front desk again, and apparently they had gotten one of the rooms wrong, so I ended up in room 132. When I got there, I found a Pakistani guy. From the smell, I thought he was probably of Indian descent, and I was right. It is an Indian with really strong body odor. I recognized him right away. He was a very nice guy, had been to Japan, and he had climbed Tokyo Tower. He usually lives in Dubai and is now in Georgia as a tourist. So I told him that I was a tourist as well. We talked about such things together for a long time.

I was really worried about what I would do when I first entered the room, how I would respond to everyone, and whether I would be okay, but it was no big deal at all, and I was able to communicate with everyone normally, so I really think that 90% of our worries will not happen. I was really surprised to find out that 90% of my anxiety is a overthinking. In the end, anxiety is just something we make up on our own, and our brains just overreact. That’s really true. But still, I’m glad.

After that, I packed my bags and thought I would sit down somewhere at the front desk to work. But when I sat down in an empty space, the clerk there told me that those seats were not for free, so I had no choice but to go outside to a nearby café. The cafe I wanted to go to was inside the hotel, so I gave up on that too and ended up going to Dunkin, a donut shop. I bought a croissant and wrote my diary there. Then I went back to Fabrica, where I am writing this diary. I am going to take a shower and go to bed early from today.



Then, because I was hungry, I went to Fabrica’s Eatery. There I had some Khachapuri and orange juice. Then I went back to my room and wrote my diary again. This reminded me a lot of Russia, where I used to write my diary in the dormitory. Back then, I used to write everything down in a book, but now I feel like I’m posting it to the media, so I feel like I’ve upgraded a bit lol.