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Travel Blogs from Nosara
... rim of the bowl and then leaps about when I flush. I’m no happier since I have learned that something on their skin can make human flesh very sore! But this is Costa Rica and if you live in a jungle…
Getting about is difficult. The road down to the ‘main’ road is very steep and scary. Once there, driving at more than 30mph is virtually impossible. There’s not much to do apart from eat lobsters at beach bars and swim ...
... today as well. I want to take more pictures of the trees and nature around the place we are staying.
Right now, as I type this entry, it is 9:34 am.
Just before we left for Santa Elena, I took a walk down the hill to the fruit trees. I was able to get some tangerines and grapefruit. The smell of the fresh fruit is so nice.
... instructor and his girlfriend weren't with us again but I just thought they'd gone off on there own again so we all continued on. At one point we got to an area where the current was so strong we actually had to rock climb under water I.e. dragging ourselves along using whatever rock we could grab on to and even whilst doing this I basically looked like a human flag because it was that strong. To be honest it really wasn't that enjoyable, I felt like I was going to be ...
... to Samara for a day of sightseeing . We may join them for supper at the end of the day but with only 2 days left in Nosara we are hesitant to leave our sweet space.
A couple of days ago Lynn and I tried our hand or should i say "feet" at surfing. Our instructor was Chrsitian, a local Costa Rican who was very enthusiastic and could be constantly heard shouting the encouraging words " You got it, You got it!"
... at another hotel. It's a 40 min drive to get down the mountain, mostly because it's not a proper road as opposed to it being any great distance. Well worth the drive though and the next day we check into another hotel, much closer to town and it has it's own natural spring! On the 3rd morning Geir goes "repelling" down a waterfall with Anders. Apparently "repelling" is the American word for absailing. I opt for ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed