I spent almost a month at Zina's. I loved the little apartment and roof patio, where I would have my morning coffee and watch the world of la gloria going on around me.
The apartment was clean and welcoming when I arrived. There were basic provisions in the kitchen, cold beer, milk, and condiments. Coffee and tea were also provided. Books, magazines and wireless. Toward the end of my stay a friend joined me, and we moved the single bed into the 2nd room to give us both some privacy. The pictures on the website don't really show how big the apartment is. It looks like a studio, but is actually 2 large rooms. We were sorry to leave. Every morning I would walk through the park across the street to the municipal market for my daily litre bottle of fresh orange juice, (25 pesos), and a freshly made panucho or salute,hand made corn tortillas with chicken, avocado, red onion, beans, cream and salsa (10 pesos). Then buy mangos, papaya, bananas and vegetables.The local bus goes right by Zina's, 5 pesos takes you right into centro where the tourist action is if you want it. I would often walk to playa lancheros, a nearby beach with calm water and a restaurant. took me about 10 minutes. Zina took me around on the golf cart and pointed out the best places for food, juice, haircuts, you name it. I had no problem sleeping.