Harbor Reef Surf Resort
Travel Blogs from Nosara
... on the top of a mountain, overlooking 700 acres of jungle, mountains and ocean. Theirs is the only house on the whole development which has in fact, not been developed since they bought the plot and built their house some 5 years ago. It is a very lovely, Spanish style property with a Jacuzzi pool that waterfalls down into the main pool below.
The main house has two large bedrooms whilst the casita (above the Jacuzzi) is completely ...
... It was still fun to try it on our own and get a feel for the board. After we got tired of that we headed back to our place to enjoy our pool for the remainder of the afternoon. That night we went out for pizza and could barely keep our eyes open after a busy day. But it was worth it! The next morning we got up early for Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) combined with yoga. We paddle boarded through a river to a ...
... marching. The drums reverberated throughout the
town as they all marched up and down the streets for hour upon hour. In fact it
was dark by the time the last bedraggled bandsman or majorette climbed tired
and wet into their busses to take them home. Well done, guys. It was a great
show and you sure know how to work up a beat, even the youngsters!
In nearby David I had found an auto spares shop that sold
sheets of heavy duty rubber which was ideal ...
... the most unpleasant visitor. A scorpion. Above the bed. El Stupido.
I froze. This is what I do when afraid. It is very unfortunate and very unhelpful. Surprisingly Tracy sprung into action (I am usually the action taker). She grabbed a small trash can, jumped on the bed, trapped the nasty *******, scraped it off the wall into the trash can and ran outside and threw it into the jungle. I was still frozen starring at the wall like an imbecile.
... and the sound of the waves in the background. Not a particularly eventful day, but delightful in the best way.
Version one: This version involves getting up at an ungodly vaccation time. Like before 6! Crazytown! But it also involves a boat and a lot of sunshine so we do it. We met our captain at 7 on the beach for a half day fishing expedition. We took a landing craft out to our boat, "The ...