Could add to the list ambient sound level (in decibels), nearest Internet or Bank/ATM, etc. Looks like you've got alot of things to keep track of.
Photo expose is an exhaustive list for sure. You must love photography. Personally I don't take photos but appreciate those who do. I imagine organizing it would take maybe even more time than all the photos.
I looked at hobohideout.com and it says you have 5 million + cities listed in 251 countries. Togo alone has 137 pages, 6800+ plus entries. Wow! Do you plan to pare it down to ONLY hobo recommended locations? Or are you thinking to use the search feature to easily find cities, places etc.? Drill through the hierarchy? Just wondering..
I remember going there awhile back and the structure seemed different. I think hobo hideout is a great project idea for budget wanderers and I would love to help out. If there are tasks that match my skills. Your style of travel suits me fine.
Would it also make sense to add closest ATMs', closest markets, internet cafes, and transportation point? This would relate to your cluster concept from posts gone by.
Two more added:
1. Photos of sound meter in the room.
2. Photos of sound meter in front of the hotel.
ATM, Bank, Internet... I am somewhat trying to infer or handle in a map under DIRECTIONS.
MAP - Travelers Nest
(I will draw a map of all the ATM, Bank, etc, and put there. Very good observation Chris.)
The Travelers Nest although I normally comment on this as something in the room, or the room, it the total bundle of services need to live in a place.
I am taking a photo of restuarants attached to the hotel, and to me, if I had a choice, I would throw all the restaurants of my nest and make them go next door, who wants all that noise in my nest.
The nest part of living underappreciated for travelers. A tourist will get a room outside a city and travel one-half hour to do anything. I get a room close to everthing and walk, I am on vacation, I do not want to work to find everything.
The Cristol Hotel here the expensive hotel in Kpalime, has the biggest and noisiest boom boom hotel in the city across from it, I would also think it the most dangerous. Many too rich, to elitist, too many self absorbed people drinking. A bar I would avoid almost always.
Not so much to do, if I live in a hotel at least three days, hard to do if I was in here for one night.
I have what, about 5-7 areas to go to and photo, then check them off on a sheet of paper I print in the internet cafe as I do them.
The time is in making the pages.