Our stay in the cabin at Quinta Bamboo was, I suspect, exactly the kind of experience Airbnb hoped to make possible when it created the platform. Bernd was as gracious and thoughtful a host as one could hope for — insisting on helping carry our luggage from the car to the cabin (which he built by hand), and back when we left. The quinta is just as advertised: remote, quiet, and nestled in a bamboo grove on a terraced, rocky patch of land with a lovely view of the sunset. Small details abounded: fresh tomato, basil and mozzarella awaited us in the fridge; jars of organic, home-pressed olive oil and honey in the kitchen. Best of all was the bounty of fruit and vegetables growing on every corner of the property: peaches, apples, figs, eggplants, herbs, and of course enough grapes to feed an army. A remote little paradise: though a superb WiFi connection was there to help it seem less remote when we had a Netflix fix to attend to. We certainly hope to return.