Nosara Paradise Rentals
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... of the house down here in Nosara, Costa Rica to give us a lift. We knew Frank and Denise would have a car. We just hoped it was big enough for four of us. Jim was planning to go home the next morning anyway, so it
worked out rather well. It’s a 5 hour drive down to this remote part of Costa Rica and the roads are appalling, especially at this end. Wide, dirt tracks, pitted with stones and boulders makefor a bumpy ride. When we eventually got to ...
After a bumpy 2 hour drive along a dirt road and an hour boat ride on the lake we made it to La Fortuna. La Fortuna is a tiny town with views of the Arenal volcano, when it's not a cloudy day. The volcano was active from 1968 to 2010, seems like we were three years too late to witness the lava eruptions.
While in Fortuna we spent one day walking up the famous waterfall which is situated at the base of the volcano. It was only a 5 km's walk but ...
... and we couldn't get it to work at all. 3 blenders down. I then saw that our Canadian neighbour across from us was home and I knew he liked to drink so I went over to see if he had a blender. Luckily his dad did so on to the 4th blender I went back. I was kind of apprehensive by this point which was further corroborated by the fact I managed to unscrew it and all of the contents started leaking out. 2 minute clean up later I managed to finally use a blender without ...
So I got a little behind in the blogs because we have been so busy. The morning before leaving for Nosara we did a Coffee Tour in Santa Elena. We went to a local farmer who grows his own beans as pat of a coop. We leaned everything from growing to processing the beans which is all done locally. After the tour we grabbed another bite from Taco Taco in Santa Elena (sooo good) and hit the road to Nosara. We arrived ...
... Squirrels. On the hike back I stopped at an amazing icecream parlour and had the best chocomente icecream sundae ever and fed some of it to the cutest and cleanest cat I’ve ever seen in Central America.
Went out hiking in both the Santa Elena Reserve and the Monte Verde Reserve while here. It was fairly cloudy both days so the views weren’t great but the cloud forests looked spectacular as ever with the atmospheric clouds ...