May/June 2013. We had a crew of 7 guys in search of good, uncrowded waves in a relaxing environment on a reasonable budget. Steve's camp provided just that. Though we visited between groundswells, we still got great waves at a nearby island (left hand reef with a soft entry section followed by a fast steep rippable wall that runs down the reef) and out front of the camp (sand-bottom beach break, ranging from soft to punchy, lefts and rights, always breaking, easy access). From a surfing perspective, we were very satisfied with quality and quantity of waves. The accommodations were simple and isolated. For the camper/backpackers in our crew, it was fine, but it's clearly missing many of the amenities you would find at more developed surf camps (no A/C, no Wi-fi, no refrigerator, no mini-market down the street). The tradeoff, however, is crowds -- there is no one else out there. We only saw 2 other surfers the whole trip and they weren't an issue. The camp itself is well laid out and conducive to relaxing with friends, getting much needed rest, and being immersed in the elements (both good and bad). Travel to/from the camp is a bit of a chore but worked out well. We hired a dedicated minibus from the airport to the camp -- best decision of the trip -- though it was still a 6+ hour drive. We also stopped and bought some supplies of our own (beer, snacks) -- another good decision. Boat access is tidal based, which affected our timing and resulted in some beach walking. Bring lots of insect repellant -- when the winds are calm, the mosquitos are plentiful (though easily deterred with bug spray). Camp staff is a mix of locals and expats -- seems to be an ongoing challenge to find the right crew, but it worked out ok. Food was tasty - mostly simple nourishment. We had a Spanish speaker in our crew, which was very helpful. We also had a doctor with us, also helpful, as the location is pretty remote. Overall, great trip. If you're willing to let the little things slide, I recommend it. If you're a stickler for convenience and amenities, probably not the spot for you. Steve seems to be doing the best he can with the resources and situation he has -- as long as you go in eyes-wide-open as to the setup, I think you can have a great surf trip, as we did.