Arcoiris Hotel & Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArcoiris Hotel & Resort Nosara
There are 8 bungalow/villas in a complex with beautiful gardens and a large pool in the centre. This complex also has a restaurant called Fusion.
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... would DIE to play soccer in a rain forest. There is a small turf field in the middle of no where and we had front row seats on the balcony over looking the field. I think if I lived in Samara, I would simply buy a hammock to sleep in by the field. For the next two hours I got to watch gorgeous men running around (shirts optional) and at the same time brush up on my Spanish profanity! I loved every second of it. During the second half of Bambi's game (he plays on a team with ...
Our trip down the coast started by me putting my signature on way too many pieces of paper, which felt like I had signed my life away. Once Economy had that, Sarah and I jumped in our small Toyota Yaris and drove down the highway. We were headed for a coastal road, which was a bit hard to find as road signs are slim to none here. After a couple detours through small towns, we were on the bumpy gravel road, which we travelled for about 3 hours. It was beautiful and very peaceful ...
... will be the monkeys in the trees. Man is this place dry......I guess no rain, being in the dry season and the hotter than normal temps can make a dustbowl out of anything. Hopefully I will be able to see some lush rainforests somewhere soon. We need to do some research on what to do while we are here. Anyway, the glass of wine is settling and I feel more refreshed. I'll keep posting updates when I ...
... then spent several hours driving up and down dirt tracks
looking for a place to camp or stay without success. The locals gave us all
sorts of conflicting directions – some even pointing to locations across an
uncrossable river – so we kept going up the road to Changuinola, a biggish and
busy town less than 20 kms from the Costa Rican border. In Changuinola we found
a gem of a hotel (no, we don’t normally “do” hotels but when you ...
Back to Samara where we stopped at a local restaurant for a bite to eat – all the ones on the beach were closed as it was 11:00 p.m. This is the worse meal we’ve had in the way of healthiness but it sure was good. We ate nachos which is made with their homemade chips and real beef, onion rings – not the kind you get at Burger King and french fries along with wine for me and beer for Luis. Bad, bad, bad for oh soooo good!!
Off to ...