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 …
... been sold in a heartbeat, but because we did move to a pretty isolated place 3 years ago, it has given us time to wind down, get away from stuff, and a break from a stressful life. For us, Nosara has more than the other two places we have visited, so that is nice. If you are here longer than 2 weeks you definitely need a car. Most people are renting their homes on a daily basis rather than monthly - more $$$. Lots to ponder...., ...
... baby of the day, Mertle the Turtle, (no Pete, she didn't look like Skrtle), was the most rewarding. It took little Mertle an age to clamber from her nest, even after we'd dug a slope in the sand to assist her. Patiently, we waited and fashioned a pathway in the sand so that Mertle could 'race' to the tide and expand her lung capacity. As the waves lapped over her shell, no bigger than the face of your average wristwatch, we wished her goodbye and all the 'best of British' for the ...
... into the pool to cool off. We weren't in the pool for 5 minutes and surprise surprise, we met some friends. Our new friends Jake and Rebecca are here for a work/vacation outing. They are from the Mandeville, Louisianna area which is north of New Orleans. Jake is a complete clown and he and I got along very well. We were sort of disappointed to find out that they are leaving the resort tomorrow.
We decided to get out of the pool after an hour to get ready ...
... where behind the trash bins and parking lot he had a small crop of coffee plants (about a dozen). He was quite knowledgeable, explaining to us the growing conditions, the need for a banana plant, and the harvesting of the beans. Back inside, he showed us some varieties of beans, explained the roasting process, and gave us some coffee to try.
On the whole, I'd say it was a worthwhile little expedition and ...