A comfortably cool room with private bath on the first floor with screened French doors that open to the pool and garden area. Inside the large closet for your clothes is a Yale Electronic Safe to protect your valuables.
Ceramic tiled floors in the bedroom and bath, tiled shower and hand made sink add a nice touch
Sleep in this room's American queen sized bed that sits below an artisanal lamp made from coconut fibers and wire steel that depicts a local Mayan legend. The room has a private bath and french doors that open to the garden/pool area. There are ceiling fans in both the bedroom and bathroom
Food is important to us and that is why we have a diverse garden that includes key lime, banana, palm and coffee trees along with mandarins, chiles, peppers, rosemary, basil and tomatoes. Feel free to use these fresh herbs and fruits to make a home-cooked meal.
With a private swimming pool that can be enjoyed night or day, relax under the ramada, dine in our garden patio or lounge in the pool. The garden is full of places next to birds of paradise, lilies and wild iris not to mention amaryllis flowers the size of grapefruits.
Casa Amarilla is home to one of Puerto Escondido's finest kitchens
You can create your own delicious meals or share a meal with the other guests
The kitchen is stocked with professional quality cutlery and cookware, local spices and (everyone's favorite) a Pasquini espresso machine next to freshly ground, locally grown Oaxacan coffee. The indoor, professional grade shared kitchen also has an outdoor gas grill.
Espresso machine, hot water, telephone line, high speed wireless internet, washing machine and dryer
You can interact with me as much or as little as you like. I live in the house full time and am always available to the guests in my home.
Some guests sleep here and and are gone all day. Others choose to spend there day by the pool relaxing.
Feel free to join me for a trip to the market, the city center or a night out. Or adventure out on your own, whichever you prefer.
Sometimes we share meals, sometimes everyone fends for themselves. It depends on the everyones preference
There are many activities in and around Puerto Escondido and we will be happy to share our knowledge of the area with you.
Surfing, language schools, cooking classes, lagoons, waterfalls, hot springs, bird watching, scuba diving, snorkeling, cycling, tours, etc
Our house rules are basic and simple:
1. Be considerate of other people
2. Clean up after yourself
3. If you use other's food, replace it
4. Enjoy yourself and be happy
I came to Mexico in 2006 after owning and operating Sellwood Cycle Repair for 20 years in Portland, Oregon. Once here, I came across a mezcal producing village in the mountains of Oaxaca where families had been making the traditional beverage from a wild agave for generations. I soon found myself not only friends but in business with the producers and I now sell "Mezcal de Puta Madre" throughout México