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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a fantastic beach hut offering us imperial beer and pizza straight from the oven! Anita even had a dog to yell at as she does whenever she comes across one. We managed to get air in the rental car on the way home - we hit a speed bump on the dirt track at full speed. Obviously there were no signs for it and it was the same colour as the rest of the track - mud coloured. Thankfully the car was ok but Jonny still got a fair old bollocking for his driving. The following ...
... this area because there is a school that possibly the kids could go to for either a couple of months or 1 year. It is called HSB Academy & is home schooling but with a facilitator and done mostly through the computer. We left the house and took the scenic route to get Nosara. The road is dirt and very bumpy, you can only go about 40 - 60 kms. We crossed bridges, rivers, and many Tico homes. We pulled into Nosara around 10 ...
... extra big pour! Thanks to Lis! We hit our stride here w/the Dads doing an early morning surf session and a sunset surf session at Playa Guiones by the hotel. The moms would take a bottle of vino to the beach to watch the kids, the surfers, and the sunset and then we'd hit a good place for dinner. Moms got some running and yoga in as well. ...
... they sold them in the souvenir shop, so i'm not the only jackass)
-this is the most pics i've ever had of myself on any of my trips. a little fella, Nena's great nephew, wanted so bad to take pics with my camera. his name is "Gordito". you will see why from the pics. but, that's what i mean...honesty..."hey fatty, take my picture"...just wouldn't fly back home.
-the animal farm was very cool. i'm not a big supporter of lockin' animals ...
... thick of nature. finally, another car. americans who bring us to playa guiones where we settle with 4 YOU Hostel. a bed. a shower. and a few minutes walk to the beach. sweet.
it's low season. and the streets are empty, with the exception of free-run dogs, workers and a handful of expats. we spent 4 nights here. discovering the beautiful eerie sounds of the howler monkeys, chasing and ...