I never did hear from Sra Playas, but I can tell you about my own birth experience in Tijuana! Our baby girl was born on February 1st. I really wanted to have a natural birth and it needed to be in Tijuana so that my husband could be there (he doesn't have US papers yet). I found a doula, Georgina Garcia-Lepe, who advocates natural births ("humanized" births). The CAMI program includes twice weekly prenatal exercise classes (yoga on Tuesdays and pilates on Thursdays) and a couples prenatal class, both of which I/we attended:
However, you can also just use Georgina's doula services. We ended up delivering at Hospital ModEra in Tijuana. The plan was for a natural / waterbirth, but I ended up needing a c-section due. We really liked the hospital as it was very low-key and a great setting for a natural birth (if it would have been possible... I did get to experience 16 hours of HARD natural labor there, though... just didn't ever progress!) I can share more if you'd like. As far as I know, this is the only waterbirth option in Tijuana.
I know that Georgina has also attended a few homebirths. These are difficult to do in Mexico, because you can't get an official Mexican birth certificate without a certificate of a hospital birth (and can't get a U.S. Consular Report of Birth Abroad without a Mexican birth certificate), but I believe Georgina has an OB that she works with tha attends the homebirths and the OB's hospital provides the certificate of birth.
Georgina speaks Spanish but a little English. She'd be the best resource for asking about a homebirth that I know about. I don't know if she's attended births all the way in Rosarito, but it would be worth asking. I was not able to find any midwives in the Tijuana area or San Diego midwives that would come to Mexico. I did do co-current prenatal care at Birth Roots in Chula Vista, just across the border, and they have a birth center if you're interested in delivering there. They are great!
Also, if you do deliver in Mexico and have questions about the paperwork to obtain the U.S. Consular Report of Birth Abroad, feel free to ask! We just received our daughter's US CRBA and passport last week, so she's now officially a dual-citizen :)
PS - Also, we plan on homeschooling, so it would be great to hear more from you or loomweaver (or anyone else that lives in the Tijuana/Rosarito area and homeschools) regarding that!