Nosara Beach House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... here- but yet realizing no matter where we are in the world at different times in our lives we can find this beauty everywhere and cultivate this gratitude for what surrounds us and what we are blessed to have in life. It doesn't take an ocean or a poolside cocktail to find this but rather turning inward to find this in yourself and realize we live beautiful lives and are so blessed to be exactly where we are.
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... get to the beach ASAP.... Tanning could not wait 10 minutes. Yet, she would have had to wait longer had I not told my driver to pick her up on the way. We get to Brasilito, pay the driver, and wander into a tourist shop hoping to find a charger for her and replacement sunglasses for me.... My last colones dwindling further to nothing. Foreign country and almost no cash and no bank nearby.... Not a great feeling. Beach time, 20 minute walk to get to the seashell covered part ...
... the city was fairly straightforward but we immediately experienced the same problems – no road signs. We therefore saw a great deal of Mexico that tourists don’t normally see; those back streets are not a pretty sight! However, we eventually dumped the car at the airport and grabbed a taxi to Suzie and Sergio Shapiro’s stunning house in a gated part of the wealthy suburbs. Sergio built this house and the gorgeous one we stayed at ...
... My initial reaction was to panic. Then my second reaction was to turn the panic button off. I have plenty of cash to last me, and the school accepts checks so I can pay for activities through my school. While this situation is not ideal, I was able to pull it together and realize that: a.) my card was safe, locked in the bank b.) I had enough money for the time being c.) and finally, that I am probably not the first person this has happened to. Pura ...
... of growth at the Blue Spirit is something I am very grateful for and now feel a strong need to give back. Being spoilt implies being given luxuries for the sake of indulgence. With the space provided here I feel free and motivated to put my energy into things of greater purpose, for I could have easily been that unfortunate incarnation lost in a world of disease and suffering with no opportunities. The blessings I have received will not go to waste.