This will go down in history as the dirtiest and most unbelievably disgusting place I've ever been. It's almost comical if it hadn't happened to me. There was mold all over the bathrooms, lines/armies of ants running from the trash can - up the wall - across the doors - and into the toilets. There are large brown water spots all over the walls. Cobwebs EVERYWHERE with dead spiders caught in them (because even the spiders can't survive this place!). And I had the loveliest opportunity to have cockroaches run across my body while laying in my bed. The staff has made their peace with this and looked at me funny when I asked, "hey can you clear out the dead spiderwebs that are a foot from my head?" (Spoiler alert: they didn't). I didn't bother to look in the kitchen because other travelers warned me not to. My nerves were shot, so I spent the night watching the ceiling fan which had long strings of cobwebs dangling off the blades and spinning around over my head. It's just like counting sheep - but for low budget backpackers. Naturally, the fan was attached to the ceiling beam using duct tape, which added an extra element of danger and intrigue. I laid awake that night wondering would I rather by killed by the cockroaches, the ant nation, or the fan once the tape loses grip. Great times!