Nosara Paradise Rentals
Travel Blogs from Nosara
... moving into the morning's yoga class followed by a banging breakfast. Some of us took the opportunity to do an activity for the day. For the afternoon, a lavish lunch then chill-out by the pool or surf at the beach before the afternoons yoga class as the sun set over the ocean. After a further opening up of the chakras we all enjoyed the delicious dinner together and probably never staying awake past 9.
With the Travers family newly on holiday ...
... doing an opera version of Jingle Bells. A tiny puffer came and swam right up to my mask too, they're so cute. For the next dive the open water student had to do buoyancy and she was kind of bad at it bless her. Thankfully we'd done all of the other skills as it took her about 30 minutes to do it. So I kind of just knelt on the bottom whilst occasionally batting jellyfish away from her face as I thought it might really freak her out if one just slapped her in the face. There was also ...
... knots i.e. the bow line because I have to do knots, underwater, for search and recovery. Laura taught me yesterday but Martin showed me some really helpful tricks. But still, EEH. Can't see this going well, I wasn't exactly the archetypal brownie. In fact I got thrown out for telling ghost stories at camp and completely freaking out a whole dorm of girls. Slightly harsh I think. During lunch Brenda got a phone call saying a dolphin had ...
At 1:30 the Kindergarten kids came in. This week they are learning the letter D and the activity of the day was digging for dinosaur bones and gluing them on to a Xeroxed skeleton. Bags of sand had been prepared, and seeded with handfuls of penne pasta. Each child was to find 15, and then glue them. Dirty process, but they loved it. Meradith used the term "archeological dig" with them.
I gave them a candy ...
Today we have seen five different types of iguanas and lizards. A huge green iguana was in a tree outside our home. He came down the tree and went on to our pool shed before going into a huge hibiscus hedge. We watched him eat leaves from it and we got very close to him. Later that day as we sat and watched tv a purple and orange crab ran over my toes on his way out of our ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting