Hotel Casa Romantica
Travel Blogs from Nosara
... were other youngsters there, too and one of the brother-in-laws. They are a large and very friendly Jewish family who have lived in
Mexico for many generations. The men drank straight gin in tot glasses but there was nice white wine for Mike and I and we shared a delicious lunch. It was really good fun. At
about 4pm, we sensed that Suzie and Sergio were getting restless and we hastily
finished up some delicious French cognac Maurisco had ...
... and it tasted fantastic. I think I will be drinking more coffee on this trip.
After watching an amazing sunset, we are just upstairs now resting on our bed.. checking out our laptop.
This is an amazing place to visit. We won't have any trouble taking tons of pictures. Around the cottage are many birds - including wild chickens. I am really looking forward to our stay here.
Let the adventure ...
... is poor at best. So i decided the next move would be to leave the farm and stay at a hostel in Nosara. She understood, and told me to come back and visit her when it is summer over here.
With bags in hand, i hitched a ride from her son who drove me to the hostel. With it being rain season the roads are muddy and have pot holes everywhere. Since ive been here i am either covered in sand or mud mixed with lots of bug spray.
Before this trip i had never stayed ...
... year old stayed on the boat instead. It was ok, I managed to find a ton of eels so I think they were happy, it was a lot choppier though but the kid did really good and he was so excited bless him. After all the fun and games and mass amount of swimming I had to unload the whole boat by myself. This was after just me and Barbara and Tom had loaded the the car and then just me and Barbara had to do the whole of the other boat on our own too. We got back and did all of the gear ...
... recently read a book with a chapter entitled "five insects you should be terrified of." But I let Dave take my babies up there. Normal.
Also, this tour was stupidly cheap. $20/ adult and $10 / kid.
After our morning hike, we spent the afternoon in the hot springs at the hotel. We had to teach other hotel guests how to luxuriate. What is wrong with people that they don't understand how awesome volcanic mud is? Or that natural spring water heated by ...