It actually is my house Eli, I lived onsite for 10 years and for 7 of those 10 years it was my private family home and retreat. It's still our Osa home when we are in Puerto Jimenez. It was a perfect environment to work from and raise a family. Super close to airport. So when people stay at la Chosa they are staying in my home which has since been converted to a small collection of rooms scattered throughout 1.5 hectares of gardens, forest and mangrove, but unless you rent Casa Manglar, Monkey Hut, Kinkajou Hut ot Toucan Hut you won't have the opportunity of viewing our private residence. When we state in the announcement that it's a small cabin we mean it's a small cabin and not our home. (we checked the fan in the cabin and it seems to be working now, but sorry about any inconvenience). The cabin is an economic option to enjoy the same property as our house but without wallet grief. Hope this helps clear up any confusion.