It's fair to say what you get is what you get for $13 a night, but the cheap price is not worth walking around for HOURS with my bags. The directions you're given are "go to this train station, ask where the market is and once you get to the supermarket ask where this certain building is." None of the locals I asked knew where these things were and the host wasn't unable to respond to help me so it was a very frustrating morning trying to find the place. Actual directions would be really helpful next time since it seems they would be pretty easy from the train station.
There's wifi and the host seems fairly nice although I didn't meet him, just keep in mind you get what you pay for. I didn't expect it to be perfect but the cleanliness really needs to be addressed. Not having any toilet paper and a shower curtain I can get over, but the walls and ceilings were COVERED in mold. Bugs scattering from underneath the bed when you moved your bag, random people sleeping on the floor because it's overbooked.
I think next time I'll pay the extra few dollars to stay somewhere that's a little closer to sanitary and not have to walk around for hours trying to find it.