Omar's place is surrounded by natural splendor. I woke up each morning and concluded each day in awe of how close we were to such beautiful mountain terrain, misty clouds, sunrises and sunsets. I didn't get a chance to personally meet Omar, but communication with him was easy and pleasant. He was very accommodating and friendly. The groundskeeper, Augustine was available if we needed anything and he was very kind and helpful. The home is powered through solar energy which I think is a valuable set-up. Be prepared to possibly take bucket baths if the water pressure is not strong enough. I personally enjoy the the bucket baths as it wastes less water anyway and you can take your time.
Getting to the home itself may take some pre-planning. I took a gua-gua (public bus) in from Santo Domingo and Omar arranged a taxi driver to pick us up (600 pesos) and drove us up the mountain (about 15 minutes from the town center). I rode a motorcycle taxi back down the mountain upon check out (I paid 200 pesos). The motorcycle (moto-concho) ride down was one of the most scenic rides I've been on in the DR. If you are using public transport to get here, and if you're comfortable with it (with very little luggage), I recommend taking the motorcycle there (it's cheaper, anyway) from Constanza town center. Make sure to stock up on groceries before you check into the home. Thank you for a magnificent stay, Omar!