Nosara Beach Hostel
Travel Blogs from Nosara
... to go home and see my family. I came here prepared to weather a war but the only thing I didn't pack was cold medication and everybody here got one. It was cool today to show off some of our Canadian cooking, cooking up so poutine. We will be going to San Jose tomorrow, then we fly home. It's been a quick two weeks and its sad to say its almost ...
... up at 4:30 for an early yoga class so we could catch some of that "fresh gnar-gnar". Suited up and ready to go, throwing down many a "Shacka brah" we were essentially soaring like a bird several hundred metres across the valleys of dense jungle at superhuman speed... "Zipliiine!!!" Not having done in any zipping since a young'un I thought I had gotten too hard-core for it but we certainly partook in plenty of laughter and some mild spills of adrenaline. As the ...
... are there is our responsibility. However all of the bags were there and both me and Maurin did them together. We don't look in all the bags however so whoever put the stuff away obviously hadn't put everything back, I pointed this out to him and that I'm obviously not psychic but he wasn't happy :( Jade, a new DMT from the Netherlands joined us today, she'll be staying on my sofa until we find her somewhere more permanent. Me and Jade got home and then went to met everyone ...
Yesterday, we gathered the troops to head north to see the "one that got away" last time . . . Rio Celeste. It was just too far from anywhere we were at the time and we ran out of time and money, which sounds ridiculous on a month long vacation, but there you go, this place is so fabulous that a month leaves you way short of time. And don't get me started on Manuel Antonio . . . that's for another trip we guess.
I'm getting a little ahead ...
... on their first day of school. We told Anna we would be staying until December 13th , about three weeks, and that Jon, the owner, had said he would give us a good long-stay rate. We held our breath – not sure what price he had set up. She told us Jon would be in the next morning and would figure it all out then. She gave us a key to our room and off we went.
Oh my goodness. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking