L'Acqua Viva Resort And Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews L'Acqua Viva Resort And Spa Nosara
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... expat children, but are hoping to expand. We then headed to our hotel in a Playa Garza. It is about 4 km south and right across from the beach. The hotel is basic, but has hot water, pool, AC, and a restaurant. For the afternoon we went to the beach, but it was pretty hot and we didn't have any chairs. If you lived here, you would need to pack chairs, umbrella, cooler in your vehicle:). We came back to the hot and the girls ...
... was gonna pop lil´ Sandra in my backpack when no one was looking. Who knows, we might have got away with it... Time for more miniature animals and the power of the moon over on the Pacific Coast, at the Ostional Wildlife Reserve, which acts as a nesting ground for hundreds of thousand of olive-ridley turtles all year round. In the week leading to the full moon, nesting turtles will leave up to 10 million eggs on the beach of Ostional. Heading down on a quad-bike early ...
... as renting a cabana, jet ski's , etc. We read about Hector on Trip Advisor and from what we hear he goes above and beyond to help people. The resort has a whole ceviche menu and we tried a couple for lunch. Christine ordered a scallop ceviche and it was loaded with jalapenos. Her eyes were watering for the next 1/2 hour. We also drank some Imperial Lights which are a local beer here in Costa Rica and very tasty.
At this point the sun started to peak so ...
... of day bared down we explored another refreshing jungle walk to the waterfall, all piling in together underneath the intense flow of H20. For our last zip Jake and I gave Stu the incredible luxury of having a initiatory Travers Boys sandwich - with more scissoring than an OfficeWorks warehouse.
That night we had a class from Donna. Fun, energetic and playful with lots of practice for handstands and arm balancing she guided us through a very sweaty 90 ...
... 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 ...