About this listing
On a quiet area at the north of the city you can sleep in a queen sized bed or you can try out one of the hammocks! Come and enjoy the mornings or evenings sitting at the balcony or at the rooftop.
Be welcome, my house is your house!
I can offer a queen sized beed, enough for two people, plus a hammock for an extra person. The bed is in my own room, at the house where I live with my family (parents, siblings), so you will be sharing the space with me. The room has WiFi connection, bathroom and if you need, you can use the kitchen to cook or the washing mashing on the roof.
The house is located at the north of the city, with some lines of buses nearby to go to the city center in 40 minutes tops! Near the house you can find some small parks, convenience stores, bakeries, and some laundry and food places.
Feel free to use the house's kitchen or washing machine if needed; you can also have a relaxed evening or morning sitting at the rooftop.
Interaction with Guests
In a normal weekday I go out for work at the office around 8:30 am and I'm back around 7:15 pm. After that, we can have some time together to talk, dinner or a drink. :)
Daniel was a friendly host and had a lot of great recommendations of what to do around town. The stay was just as described. Although he has a really roomy space with the option of sleeping on a big bed, an air bed, or hammock, I decided to sleep on the roof because it is so fresh up there! Daniel sleeps there almost every night as well; there's a lot of space there. The house is big overall and the kitchen too. The neighborhood was always quiet and is a bus ride away from the main plaza.
About the Host, Daniel
Daniel Estrella es un desarrollador web independiente, con formación en diseño gráfico, residente actualmente en la ciudad de Mérida, México. Habla fluidamente Español e Inglés, y tiene conocimiento básicos de Portugués, Alemán, Ruso e Italiano.
En 2006, apenas termina la universidad, realiza un primer viaje a Centroamérica, visitando Belice, el norte de Guatemala y Honduras. En 2009, tras dejar su trabajo en una oficina, viaja a Europa, en esta ocasión visita Bélgica, Holanda y Alemania.
A su regreso de éste último viaje es cuando comienza a trabajar de manera independiente como desarrollador web.