KayaSol Surf Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKayaSol Surf Hotel Nosara
KayaSol staff was welcoming and warm, their restaurant was delicious! Everything to the ice cold Imperials, to the nachos to the fresh quinoa salad. The cabana's were large and comfortable, and the swimming pool beautiful!
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Headed to Nosara next and had to cross a river to get there. Checked into a sweet little hotel, called Kaya Sol Surf Hotel. Had lunch at Beach Dog cafe and hit the beach at Playa Guiones. Had a wonderful dinner at Macho- rotisserie chicken and some lovely rum drinks. Lis thought they didn't put enough rum in our drinks so the waiter came and gave …
We fell in love with Nosara. The laid back vibes, fresh fruit smoothies, to die for nachos, and the breath taking view of Playa Guiones. The local beach, full of sun bathers, stray dogs and of course surfers.
I will forever hold in my heart the peace that came over me as I waited on my board, patiently for the next wave to ride. As I sat …
... in a sheltered area. Apart from all the bite marks on my legs, that was about as bad as it got. David's bites were very itchy, but mine gave me no trouble at all...until this morning. I woke up this morning having been a night time meal to many overnight bugs. They've been itching all day! Not nice. David had the Costa Rican equivalent of camomile lotion, which worked a treat, but it was quite an unpleasant start to the day! On the positive side, there were eight howler ...
... and hit us side on.The captain did very well keeping the boat in a good position but was caught out a couple of times and we felt like we were going to slide off the roof and into the water. We didn't of course and made it to the mainland at San Jorge to be met by our taxi driver.
Jorge was taking us by car to the Peņas Blancas, the border frontier with Costa Rica. It was a busy road and as we got closer to the border, there was a queue of trucks about ...
... the thought of a 4am departure, we were more than happy to be shown to our room by 8pm!
Sergio had organised a taxi to pick us up on Monday morning
and we were in good time for our flight – to Miami, again, for the third time
this trip! This time the hold up was in customs, rather than immigration, but we did make our connection fairly comfortably. In fact, all the planes were delayed because of the hour-and-a-half-long queues and ...