Great home on large tropical lot. Wireless internet throughout the property. Beautiful pool with swim-up bar and a large palapa filled with hammocks Private Beach is a short walk.
Close to great restaurants, mountain adventures and the famous surf beaches of Rio Mar and Palmar.
Spend your days relaxing in the pool and lounging on the hammocks. Home is a 2BR/2BA that sleeps up to 6.
Here is an excerpt from a bio I once wrote:
I am happiest when I’m going 100 miles an hour on a snowboard, surfboard, mountain bike, guitar, or in the chaos of a new business adventure. On the other hand I get depressed, and am not much fun to be around when I feel like I’m not doing something new and exciting.
I was raised in Georgia where I jumped bikes and skateboarded in backyard half-pipes until I turned 16. After that I spent my time slam dancing to punk rock bands in Atlanta and learning about sustainable living from an old mountain man in North Georgia. “Pa” Jones plowed his own fields into his 90s!
I went to college in Sewanee TN where I studied Industrial Psychology and Religion, but mostly I mountain biked and played in bands. My very first gig was opening for The Flaming Lips.
After college I helped IBM market main-frame computers. Corporate America was a strange environment for me. Being competitive by nature I figured the goal was to get paid well, have the biggest office and to do the least amount of work. So I systemized my work and devised reasons why I should have the largest corner office in the building and generally worked the corporate system. Accomplishing this left me literally hung-over, sleeping in my high back chair, with my hands on the keyboard, bored out of my skull and 35 pounds overweight. And the worst part was that I was embarrassed to tell people what I did for a living.
So I quit. I moved to Key West, lived on a boat, and became a SCUBA instructor and Divemaster. Now I had no problem telling people what I did. I brought joy to people’s lives and introduced them to new worlds but I also learned a ton about human nature. I learned how people learn and how they deal with very unusual environments.
It was a great time, but couldn’t last forever.
I have worn a lot of hats since then. I’ll skip all the failed businesses and stupid harebrained ideas I’ve had and stick to the good stuff. I’ve traveled to 26 countries and I have rental properties in three of them. I have a pine tree farm and a restaurant. I speak Spanish