Gilded Iguana Hotel
Travel Blogs from Nosara
It was raining heavily when I woke up so I went down to the restaurant area and had some coffee (they put coffee out for guests at 7am) and read my book. Dave and Phadera were headed to Samara to see if they could get a bus up towards Playa Negra. Said our goodbyes and then headed to Blew Dogs for breakfast. We hung out there for a bit playing …
Woke up early to the sound of howler monkeys nearby. I went for another drive and ended up at Playa Pelada near Olga's restaurant. I saw what I thought was a dead dog laying on the beach surrounded by vultures. When I approached the dog it suddenly jumped up and started walking around with me! I walked along the beach for a bit with my new friend …
I woke up at 5am. I read for a bit and then decided to take a drive around town and scout things out. The Nosara area is pretty spread out and the roads are like a maze. The town of Nosara itself is actually located a few kilometers inland from the beaches where the hotels are located. The hotels are actually located in the areas of Playa Guiones …
... some fifty years ago. They were extremely hospitable and offered us much-welcomed iced water whilst we got ready to depart for Patty and Maurisco’s house, some ten minutes away. Patty’s house was equally beautiful; overlooking the city from a hilltop, it had a tree growing in the middle of it!
They have two charming children aged 15 and 17 (a girl and a boy) who spoke perfect English – as well as French and of course, ...
... The views from our cottage are so amazing that I don't even mind having rest days in there.
Veronica is an extremely nice host. She was kind and let use her Skype program to call home to Mom and the kids. It was great to hear their voice and know that they are all doing great.
Veronica even grows coffee with her husband. She gave us a bag to sample the coffee. Joanne made us some coffee with ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed