There’s something about this place that seems to bring out the best in people–I didn’t meet an unfriendly face in the whole week I spent here. The proprietor, Oliver, is very helpful, but can be no-nonsense. It’s hard to accommodate a large group of people in a place where water, electricity, and Internet access is scarce! So, if you go, be aware that this isn’t a normal hotel–you’ve always got to have an eye out for how you affect others around you. But this consciousness isn’t a bad thing; it makes it more of a living, breathing community. Take a sleeping bag, some books, be prepared to see wildlife up close, drive on rugged roads, get away from it all, share/trade food and stories, and make a few friends out here.
Stayed August 2015, traveled as a couple