Nosara Beach House
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Travel Blogs from Nosara
... Jim and Linda have been living there whilst we have occupied the main
house. They visited us in France last year and were amongst the
first to read my new novel ‘Beneath African Skies’. I was very honoured to be invited to their local book club in Nosara to discuss the book and it was really nice to hear that they had all
enjoyed reading it. They treated me to a delicious lunch after the meeting and it was really interesting to ...
With the prophecy of impending doom, Mandy and I are off to the Pacific coast tomorrow.
Puerto Viejo - The surf had dropped and Salsa Brava was not working. The beach breaks around the point near Playa Cocles had some head-high sets and so I paddled out. I was the only non-local but the vibe was pretty friendly.
I rented a 6'6" x 19' x 2'6/10" rounded square. It had been snapped before and was ...
... into our latest hotel and it looks really good. Hobbled into town for tea, this is a really cool place, nice beach bars and lots of bars and restaurants in town, we wandered along the beach, stopped for a beer and then went to a restaurant in town that had some background music with a guy wandering around playing sax, very relaxing and the food was great. COCO DAY TWO, Sunny and hot, hot, hot. Up and into breakfast at seven thirty before I abandon Deb and drive ...
... beach. Absolutely gorgeous. On the way back we tested our balance with some yoga. We each fell off once but we did a great job. Quite an experience. That night we ate La Dolce Vita for some Italian. Another delicious meal! Our last day in Nosara we schedule a surf lesson for early in the morning and then kept a few boards for the remainder of the day. The boys went and got a cooler with drinks and some food or ...
... here. Let's rewind to about a week ago and a little good luck. In 2010, we had a favorite driver we hired, Nesmer. He drove us all over the place and we love, love, loved him. His Spanish is slow enough for Karen to understand and for Lisa to speak easily with and his smile is a mile wide. For us, he is the embodiment of "Pura Vida" and we really wanted to find him and ride around with him this trip, but, alas, no Nesmer. So anyway, about a ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking