Nosara Paradise Rentals
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... one. Breakfast was pleasantly drawn out. ('Cap'n Crunch cereal, a fresh batch of Poppy's delicious banana and strawberry smoothie, melon and tea.) We hit the road at 12.20pm. First stop was Playa Guiones, a surfers' beach. We didn't stay, but the family wanted to show me the beach as its outlook is stunning. However, it wasn't one to stay at as there was no shade. It's a beach for people who want to do more than read a book. After a couple of photos we went to Cafe de Paris ...
... in an attempt to make amends. Not impressed, we told them what they could do with their hire car and took a taxi to the house of the daughter of our next exchanger where we were to stay the night. The taxi driver hadn’t a clue where it was, even though we seemed to have pretty clear instructions and we drove around San Josť for several hours before we finally managed to make phone contact!
With no car, we managed to persuade Jim Wall, ...
big ol’hunk of fried cheese. It was good, but boy it was a lot of cheese. I was
exhausted at this point; the bus ride combined with a few hours of working hard
to communicate had drained me. Sadie noticed my expression and had her son, who
worked at La Anita, walk me to my cabin. We chatted a bit on the walk to the ranch;
it was a little easier to chat casually than to be attempting to maintain professionalism
like I do when ...
... hard to make sure I have all of my belongings with me. Im learning more and more about myself and im liking it.
Even though this trip is not at all what i had in mind im loving every part about it. How could i not. I love the way of life in Costa Rica. Lately ive been thinking more and more about what i want to do with my life, what i want to get out of life. Its this. For me, i feel the American way of life is too materialistic. Its all about money. Being ...
... on sunny days, that tint adds a trippy dimension to looking out at the tiled bell-tower, but as it was we were there when it was pouring rain.
Speaking of rain, I had anticipated that the weather would be much worse than it has been, given that we’re here during the beginning of the rainy season and this is not generally a high-tourist time. While we’ve been rained on a few times (including on ...