The system was not very well-organized, with no facility for determining who was or was not willing to share one of the 4-bed tents with strangers. The beds were small and hard, but sufficiently warm. Anyway, we had to wake up at 4 to get on the bus again, so it didn’t matter much. There was one toilet for woman, and a sink. I’m not totally sure, but I think I got hives while in Kéylang. The buffet dinner was nice and allowed us to chat with other passengers on the HPTDC bus, but the packed breakfast was oily and not nutritious. Overall, it wasn’t a highlight of the trip, but was quite simple so I suppose I wouldn’t mind staying here again, if it weren’t for the fact that I may be allergic to something there.