Here is Jim unedited..(well except for taking out the location thing, and he spelled toilet wrong, but other than that..)
Day 1 Evening..
The guest house is interesting. Several observations; I have been upgraded to a new room that has a toilet inside of my room. You get to the toilet by walking through a big, scary, empty room that leads to the bathroom. The room has one small fluorescent light bulb that illuminates the living quarters. I kind of reminds me of having a bug light inside the room. Anyway, instead of looking at barbed wire, I now have a view of the next door neighbors window, and vice a versa. That makes for a lower comfort factor in using the bathing facilities. I was able to take a nap this afternoon, and the wake up service worked very well. It seemed that an unhappy guest was yelling at the front desk area and the voices carried as if they were inside the room. Zack heard it at the opposite end of the hall as I did. Even though I could not understand every word, the international language of profanity did echo quite clearly. Its funny that the only words I could understand only contained four letters and were repeated over and over again. On a more serious note, if you want to spend the most time with the children, the guest house is the place to be. Secondly, the money I am saving by staying here will be able to be used for the orphanage and is a measly little sacrifice for me. I would not recommend this place for a female traveling alone, although things should be ok, it is just a little rough all the way around.