Nosara Beach House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After our initial experience of driving in Mexico City and
our confrontation with an angry, bent cop earlier this month, we decided to give ourselves plenty of time to get to the airport. In fact, we left Cuernavaca the day before our flight
because our lovely exchanger, Patty Shapiro, had suggested we should join her family for Sunday lunch in the city. Her parents, she said, had a lovely, big house and we could stay overnight there.
... I am awestruck by the culture and beauty. I was expecting it to be trashy and dirty, but the environment is truly amazing. The people are super friendly and loving. It is much different than it is back in the States... Everything here is relaxed, easy-going, and care free. Nothing is rushed, much different than it is at home! Patience is definitely a priority here. I already love so many of the locals and hope to visit again in the future! :) ~Kimmy.... or Kimma ...
... 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.
... covers the hole on the wrong side and the wind promptly threw it in the ocean. I screamed out and basically threw myself overboard after it, sunglasses on and all. Luckily it floated but it was starting to sink as the water leaked into it. So I was trying to swim it back with my booties on but they were falling off, with a sinking wooden board whilst shouting, "the ladder, the ladder!" whilst Barbara and Jaime basically were wetting themselves laughing at me. Thanks ...
... well in the tent. The next day, we were planning to hike around the volcano, but after a later than anticipated start and realising how much it was going to cost, we had to give it a miss. Not too fussed though, there's another volcano close to home where you can get closer to the crater. Bus home at 2.45. Home by 7.30, filled myself with rice and beans and went to bed. Not the best weekend we've had, but it was still cool to see the country some more ...