Nosara Paradise Rentals
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... a 2 hour drive from here) on Monday to - guess where – Miami for our fourth visit, and then on to Heathrow, arriving on
Tuesday morning. We are looking forward to seeing Nicola who not only puts up with our very elderly dog on these trips, but ferries us backwards and forwards to the airport. We also plan to spend a couple of days with Anabel in her new home in Oxfordshire before taking the ferry back to France on Friday.
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... special about the fruit here is that it is genetically not modified. It is all fresh and clean. As we walked around the cottage, Veronica pointed out banana, mango and other fruit plants/trees. I sure wish there were more fruits in season. Veronica also showed us a plant that we could boil down later for tea.
Veronica's caretaker prepared us a snack - which tasted awesome. I took some pictures of the food in a ...
... him and tell him and by going with this group to god knows where in that current, in an area I had no clue where anything was OR stay and tell Guayo, that they weren't there, but tell him where they were so we could always follow. I went for the latter because one thing I have learnt is that your safety comes first and I didn't think getting pulled off by that current in a place I didn't know was a particularly good idea. I eventually managed to get to Guayo and told him the ...
... however once you enter you are transported back in time to an Authentic Irish Pub . Joe had at least 6 different draft available to choose from and welcomed us in and suggested we sample before we make our final decision.
There was a band playing from San Jose and as the night progressed the place became quite packed until by the end of the evening there were approx 200 folks consisting of foreigners and locals , ...
... a while. A tree full of storks perched ungracefully waiting for a load of babies to deliver. All in all, a nice time. After the river we spent a few hours at Las Pumas, a place that rescues exotic animals that can not live in the wild. I'm not always a fan of zoos and even though this place claimed to be a rescue, people were still profiting from animals in cages. But hey, it was pretty impressive. We watched spider monkeys playing with capuchins, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting