Travel Blogs from Nosara
After our initial experience of driving in Mexico City and
our confrontation with an angry, bent cop earlier this month, we decided to give ourselves plenty of time to get to the airport. In fact, we left Cuernavaca the day before our flight
because our lovely exchanger, Patty Shapiro, had suggested we should join her family for Sunday lunch in the city. Her parents, she said, had a lovely, big house and we could stay overnight there.
... I will post more about this adventure when I return. Happy Trails to you!!!! :)
Oh yes - Before I forget... Happy Valentines Day to each and everyone of you... :)
It is currently 6:07 pm (Costa Rica Time).
We had a marvelous day at Finca Lindora.
We arrived on time for our tour. We quickly realized that our tour guide did not speak English (only Spanish). Anyways, we still had a wonderful day and the guide was quite friendly.
We went on ...
... there definitely was a special connection we all shared. Freedom to say and do whatever we pleased, without judgement, a great level of trust had now been formed between the group. The family had now extended beyond those with the last name of Travers. We all said our thank-yous and our seeya-laters as the group slowly dispersed throughout the day to continue on their paths, following their own personal legend.
Having the opportunity to experience a ...
... now fixed bike and was desperate for a drink! I ended up going out with Taylor, Tabatha and her friend Marilyn for ladies night. It was actually so much fun and it was nice to hang out with new people. My care package from home had finally arrived too so I actually had some decent clothes to wear out! Taylor had to get up early for a Bat Island trip the next day though so I made her go home with me at 12:30 so she would actually get up. She's not so great at getting up bless her ...
... card games.
From Monte Verde, we did the Jeep Boat Jeep ride to La Fortuna and hiked around at the Volcano. It was so completely different here to anywhere else I’ve been in Costa Rica, it was like a completely different country. We hiked through huge 15 foot grasses and over volcanic rocks and in some forested areas too. And the weather was good to us as it’s often too cloudy to get a good look at the very triangular looking ...