This place just had it for us. The staff was super friendly. One of the girls asked us to come to her house in the village. We tasted some of the cacao, mango and radish from her yard and collected some fresh coconuts. We went back to the guesthouse and she made some kind of coconut mocktail with palmsugar, lemon and ice which was delicious. This was all just because she enjoyed hanging around with us (and the other tourists) and we didnt need to pay anything for it. At evening the staff would grab guitars and drums and start singing together. Our jungle trip was great as well. Our guide was called Lin I think. He was so cheerful and was great company for our 2 day hike. In the end 2 days was kind of too short for us, but I guess we have to go back then.
Oh, and Nora, the owner, gave us some kind of traditional medicine when we felt a little sick. It was gross and I'm not sure if it worked, but apparently she does this a lot.
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