You will stay in one of the five homes in a simple tiled room that is well adapted to the local climate, clean and comfortable. The rooms are equipped with lights, a fan and mosquito nets and furnished with wooded beds or charpoys, natural cane chairs and a table. Each of these houses has a newly built bathroom and toilet that is shared with the family. Four houses have Indian-style, composting toilets and one has a Western toilet. As water is scarce in the region, they have chosen to build dry toilets that produce good compost and to filter the waste water so that it can be used for irrigation.