Originally Posted by Phillipsart
I read reports on loud snorers keeping others awake at night, and the smell and noise. I prefer my own quiet spot. I doubt i will use any of the huts, particularly if theres a lot staying in them and theres all the scavengers I keep reading about, not the feathered or furry variety, the human variety,
I been told and read many hikers go unprepared and scavenge food from other hikers. I also read that many go over prepared and cant give away there food quick enough, so I guess in the end it all works out.
It would probably very amusing and entertaining in the huts to see what others carry. I believe someone even carried a esky with ice on the Overland Track.
Entertaining is the word
Not my scene either, that's why the whole hammock thing is so attractive. No need to camp right next to the other guy.
I lived and worked in a hostel in Byron bay for a period and that is kinda the hut type of dynamic...
No need to annoy people with my snoring either...