Saturday, April 04, 2009

J'ADORE COSTA RICAN BEACH HUTS!

So we're totally going to Costa Rica in June for our friend Claire's wedding. She has a house in some far off part of the jungle on the Osa Peninsula. Apparently, there's absolutely nothing there. No cell phone service. No internet. No electricity after dark. We've been instructed to bring a headlamp, bug repellent, Crocs and a bathing suit! WTF?

We love our friend Claire, but we really hate roughing it. We give camping or anything of the sort a big JE N'ADORE PAS! But what we're NOT giving a big je n'adore pas to is the above pictured little beach house which we found for rent. It's nothing too fancy. It has a hammock. It has a mosquito net, and it's only about 15 steps to our own private beach.

Apparently, every afternoon, a big group of surfers meets up at our beach bench to go surfing. J'Adore surfers on our bench and beyond! Can. Not. Wait!

8 comments:

stephrudnick said...

Looks fabulously rustic. Charming. But, did you seriously say CROCS!?? I die! Cannot wait to see those photos! xoxo

lots in Samara Costa Rica said...

I'm agree with you, but I think that is the most beautiful jungle of the world, jaja, I love the pics, thanks for share honey!

Land in Samara Costa Rica said...

My friend was in Costa Rica, he traveled thorough last minute travel. I saw his photos from there, it is amazing place. I would like to go there in the future.

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