We've brought a large group twice now to giggling springs during a spiritual retreat hoping for privacy, relaxation and peace. However, on both occasions, we experienced the women running it were extremely rude and unfriendly. Not only were they hovering above literally watching our every move, but they neglected to smile or extend any warm welcome. We were charged a fortune for one hour and then were blamed for "breaking" the mister when we used the outdoor hose to rinse off natural clay masks after being told we weren't allowed to use the sink and it would be an additional charge to rinse in the shower. To communicate these things, they shouted at us from the top balcony and then nagged until we all had rinsed. They claim river access but both times were after rain and the "mud" wasn't allowed to be tracked in so we had no access. We were told a charge amount of $15 per person on the phone but when we arrived it was $18 with no discount for a large group (12 people). We tried to relax despite our every move being scrutinized but in the end, we heard "times up" being screamed from the house without any politeness, gratitude or respect. The group I brought could not have been more respectful and mindful of our surroundings, and peaceful in our time there but the behavior of these women thoroughly detoured from our enjoyment of this experience. We will NOT be returning in the future. And I advise these women to relax a little and if they'll be charging so much money for a natural spring, let people get their money's worth!!!
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