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Travel Blogs from Nosara
... of the house down here in Nosara, Costa Rica to give us a lift. We knew Frank and Denise would have a car. We just hoped it was big enough for four of us. Jim was planning to go home the next morning anyway, so it
worked out rather well. It’s a 5 hour drive down to this remote part of Costa Rica and the roads are appalling, especially at this end. Wide, dirt tracks, pitted with stones and boulders makefor a bumpy ride. When we eventually got to ...
So I got a little behind in the blogs because we have been so busy. The morning before leaving for Nosara we did a Coffee Tour in Santa Elena. We went to a local farmer who grows his own beans as pat of a coop. We leaned everything from growing to processing the beans which is all done locally. After the tour we grabbed another bite from Taco Taco in Santa Elena (sooo good) and hit the road to Nosara. We arrived ...
... in town was the Independence Day
celebrations in which busloads of marching bands and drum majorettes had come
into town to play their music and put on a show. Sadly, the weather didn’t know
what day it was and throughout the day the rain fell in torrents. To their
great credit the participants although mainly soaked to the skin, especially
the girls in their skimpy outfits, didn’t allow this misfortune to ruin their
fun and kept up their ...
... for the briefest of moments.
It was weird. And it was getting quite dark. It was too much for these two gringos and we had an hour drive home in the dark.
Turtles be damned, we would swim with them tomorrow. We were heading home.
Baptism By Fire
Costa Rica was not done with us for this day .. not yet. Our drive home was uneventful and we were able to find the riverless route. But upon walking into our bedroom we were ...
... No rhinos in Costa Rica, but we'll play along. The sea was angry today. We had large swells all day, but luckily no one got seasick. We were fishing mainly for mahi mahi, but we were told there were sailfish, grouper, and rooster fish in the area. We had 5 lines in and had our first hit about 10 minutes in. All the boys played rock paper scissors to determine the order of anglers. Matt was first up and reeled ...