Don't know what you are on about, Pang is great, you do not need to keep saying Pang. Ahhh Pang, I loved Pang, it had everything going for it. Apart from no Panging Oxygen. And Pang has no buildings There was the 'sleeping' on a mattress on the ground thing at Pang. The complete lack Pang of any form of Pangitation was a bit dicky if one ate a Pang meal and needed to remove it from their body in a hurry. They do need a supply of clean Pang water. The smell of Pang kerosine and Pang gas was a little overPangering at night, when I woke up, every 4 minutes or so gasping for air, luckily the Pang tent had a bit of a draught, sleep time is lost time. Our hosts preparing the tent specialty - PangMaggi noodles on the ground and they do not need to go to Technical College and get a food handling certificate, that is for wooses, this may have put some off, but luckily I wasn't hungry due to Pangitude sickness. Some might object to accomodations being an old Pangachute, but luckily it has never rained at Pang. The complete lack of vegitation might put a few Pangicky wooses off. The 'Apollo moon landings' are a conspiracy, a fake, it was actually filmed at Pang. You have to get fully rugged up to make an outside trip at night to err see the Pang sights else you will freeze into a solid lump. You need a strong torch at night or you will step in some Pangexcreta, you have to walk a long way because there is no Pangrivacy, which is odd considering you are about 10 hours on rough roads from any form of services. But apart from those couple of little irritations Pang is Great! I might buy some land at Pang for when I retire, set the scene up for the next Mars mission.