Nosara Beach House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... some fifty years ago. They were extremely hospitable and offered us much-welcomed iced water whilst we got ready to depart for Patty and Maurisco’s house, some ten minutes away. Patty’s house was equally beautiful; overlooking the city from a hilltop, it had a tree growing in the middle of it!
They have two charming children aged 15 and 17 (a girl and a boy) who spoke perfect English – as well as French and of course, ...
... that takes great pride in its sustainable and environmentally friendly practices. The owner is also the head of the organic association for Upala, I am interviewing
the women from this association for my research, and he had gone to the USA for college at Texas A&M. He could speak very clear English since he had gone to college in the states and gave me a great tour of the farm and excitedly described how each and every ...
... very remote. There was a huge storm a couple months ago here and it destroyed her farm. She is working on rebuilding what was lost, but needs a lot of money to do it, which she doesnt have. She failed to mention this to me before but with the language barrier we seemed to have lots of miscommunication. In my mind i had this idea that I would with other wwoofers, we would wake up, go to work, have meals together, the whole bit. She speaks very little english, and ...
... Seriously they're only inconviencing people like them not the people they're trying to **** off. So I missed that bus and had to wait two hours for the next one. Instead I ended up having a proper Costa Rican breakfast with two Canadians I was helping in the bus station, so that kept me occupied for a bit! Next I got on the bus to be told we weren't going to leave until the strike had cleared, GRR. Luckily we left fairly soon after we boarded but unluckily I was sat ...
... creepy female body builders who like they've spent 150 hours on a sunned in a week. One of the guys who works for the shop doesn't speak English and I actually learnt quite a bit today/managed to speak quite a bit with him. I'm going to start Spanish lessons next week so I should be fairly proficient at it by the time I leave. I spent the rest of the day helping in the shop including making my first sale but otherwise spent the rest of the time practicing with the compass. Tom ...