The one bedroom condo is clean and functional. The kitchen has a medium sized refrigerator, full stove and oven , microwave, blender, coffee pot and kettle. It also has a decent assortment of pots and pans, bowls, etc. and dishware for four. There's air conditioning in the bedroom and fans in the bedroom, kitchen/living room and even outside on the porch. From the porch we look to the east at the bay (across the access road in front of the building and the main road around the island).
100 feet away is the only gas station on the island, which makes it very easy to catch a taxi and to direct taxi drivers when going home. Unfortunately the car wash and oil change bays in the back of the gas station means that we hear loud music from about noon to 8 pm.
Taxi's on the island are interesting. A shared ride is the norm. After hailing our first taxi headed into town we're a little surprised when the driver pulls over to pick up a man a quarter mile down the road. He gets in the front seat. Then another 100 feet down the road the driver picks up a woman who joins us in the back seat. He drops each off at different spots in town, then delivers us as our destination is the furthest into town. He collects 50¢ from each of them and $1.50 for the two of us. After we go grocery shopping we share with 3 children who are in the taxi and returning home from school. The two boys are dropped off before reaching our condo and they pay 40¢ each. The girl's destination is further down the road, so I'm not sure what her fare turns out to be. We have heard that fares of $25 will get you to the furthest spot on the island, Playa Boca deal Drago. If we go, I will do some research to find out if that is per person or for a full cab.