Nosara Beach Hostel
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So the purpose of this trip to Costa Rica was to work at a farm. I was doing this program called WWOOF. How it works is you make arrangements to work at a farm, anywhere in the world, and they teach you about farming, sustainable living. When i got here and called the lady, Ana, she had forgot about my arrival and told me not to come. I was …
... however once you enter you are transported back in time to an Authentic Irish Pub . Joe had at least 6 different draft available to choose from and welcomed us in and suggested we sample before we make our final decision.
There was a band playing from San Jose and as the night progressed the place became quite packed until by the end of the evening there were approx 200 folks consisting of foreigners and locals , ...
... the only guest there, host Hugo decided to put me in the cabin up front instead, much to my relief. Night came, and with it the enclosing darkness of the jungle, and all of its enigmatic sounds. Constant wind and night rain pelted loudly on the corrugated tin roof, attacking the tiny cabin in what sounded like an endless spray of bullets.
The cabin had a toilet. The pods don't. My frequent nightly trips to the outhouse would have been a nightmare. For ...
... to try this as we didn't do it in NZ and had heard fab reports about the experience. So before we even had time to check into our hotel, we headed high up into the jungle hills of La Fortuna, got strapped up in harnesses and off we went through the river canyon. The canyoning was a mix of scrambling through narrow passages, plunging into deep canyon pools and then abseiling down enormous waterfalls. ...
... said it is one of the most beautiful, and oddly, tranquil, places in all of Costa Rica.
And, did I mention we once again had he place to ourselves? Not one other soul up there, it was a private viewing.
The walk back was much more quiet than the way there among the group, but the locals of the forest were sounding off. Parrots were the loudmouths as they said goodbye to us in screeching squaks and chirps. I'm sure frogs, lizards and bugs were ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking