We stayed in Buska Lodge (Room 12) for three nights, including New Year's Eve. The lodge itself is about 900M from the main road outside of Turmi. Individual hut/rooms are scattered around the lodge compound, and there are also some small rooms with shared bath/toilet facilities as well as camp sites available. The individual huts with en suite are clean and very large, and have a small patio out back for sitting. The en suite bathrooms are also very clean and large, but the solar "hot water" was a problem every day (it was lukewarm at best, despite management's protestations to just wait and let it run). Electrical power was limited, available only 6-9 AM and 6-10 PM, so the oscillating fan provided in the room (which was a blessing) did not run much of the night as we wished it could. The restaurant (located in two separate circular buildings, with a small coffee ceremony building in between) was adequate; however, it is a peculiarity of this design that you might have a reserved table in one half of the restaurant and need to grope your way through the dark night with a loaded plate of food in your hand because the buffet is set up in the other half of the restaurant. The buffet selection and quality was adequate-to-good. For New Year's Eve, they arranged all tables outside in the BBQ area, and were preparing meat (goat) in a traditional way of the local tribe (Hamer). The grounds of the hotel are nicely planted and well groomed. It is quite convenient to take nice walks from the hotel, either through the bush or down along the river, which is adjacent to the property. There are plenty of birds and monkeys to be seen at various times of day. Buska Lodge is also very centrally located for visiting many of the ethnic groups in the Omo Valley.
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