Nosara Beach Hostel

Address: 200 meters south of Harbor Reef Hotel, Nosara, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hostel
 
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This hostel is located on 200 meters south of Harbor Reef Hotel, Nosara.
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      A New Adventure

      A travel blog entry by gilmer on Feb 12, 2014

      4 photos

      ... salad this morning. I enjoyed the pineapple but the grapefruit was a little over powering in its taste. Guess what? I still don't like grapefruit - even the ones in Costa Rica. Next time, Joanne said she would make me a fruit salad with no grapefruit.. Thanks hon... :)

      I better go upstairs and get my raincoat before I forget it. I guess it get showers when you are walking in the rainforest.. Imagine that! lol :)



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      Life's One Helluva Garden - Dig It!

      A travel blog entry by jord-travers on Jul 13, 2013

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... very eager to get as much activity time in as possible. First up was a cruisy, semi-educational hike to the waterfalls nearby and picnic lunch provided by a lovely Hawaiian lady. I always underestimate how good one feels after having pure water rushing over one's head in such a pristine environment. Jake and I got our rock-climbing fix in and agreed to get full-on hard-core amongst it upon my return back home.

      The next day we had ziplining scheduled. ...

      42-43: Drama! Catalina Island trip & sharks

      A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Mar 18, 2013

      8 photos

      ... very experienced I didn't see them check their own air once so it was probably pretty lucky I had. Once a few of them had got down to 900 I sent them up to the surface and tried to track down Guayo again, who I had briefly lost with people taking photos. I did however get treated to a white tip reef shark when I was on my own, my first in four weeks or more! I managed to find the rest of the group and ended up going up soon after as I didn't have that much air left thanks ...

      Las Pumas

      A travel blog entry by doodlebugs on Jun 29, 2012

      1 photo

      ... a while. A tree full of storks perched ungracefully waiting for a load of babies to deliver. All in all, a nice time. After the river we spent a few hours at Las Pumas, a place that rescues exotic animals that can not live in the wild. I'm not always a fan of zoos and even though this place claimed to be a rescue, people were still profiting from animals in cages. But hey, it was pretty impressive. We watched spider monkeys playing with capuchins, ...

      It's Who You Know....

      A travel blog entry by traveladdicts on Dec 12, 2011

      15 photos

      ... your question. He’s 96! Richard well remembers the number because he is the flip. On oxygen and flying back and forth between Vancouver and Liberia, Costa Rica via Houston at 96. Never think you are too old to do something or go somewhere….

      Joan

      We met Joan on the bus to Liberia. She was in the seat ahead of us and we carried on a three-way conversation that stuffed the inside of the bus for more than an ...