Mariposario Montezuma Gardens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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... in Spanish with a surveyor from San Jose called Oscar, who after trying to sell us a property in the area for $20,000 decided upon discussing every possible aspect of Costa Rican life over a coffee that he insisted on buying Paul. The bus journey was fast, with Jenn's Mom Janet getting in a deep political conversation with a fellow liberal American named Dante and we were dropped close to our hotel shortly after the sun had set over the sea in a ball of ...
... high in the sky so the waiter suggested we sit on some couches in the shade and cool off. Asked if they had frozen lemonade and indeed they did and served it with fresh mint blended in as well which made for a super refreshing drink.
People began arriving and so we moved to a table overlooking the village below and the ocean,
mountains in the distance and the setting sun. There were some nice clouds ...
... or straight ahead to Mal Pais. We were about 50 metres from Super Ronny #1, a great grocery store as well.
Our host, Chris, came out to greet us a we arrived. We were early and the room was not yet ready which was not a problem. He used to time to acquaint us with the rules for the place. Pretty much the regular rules as we have seen in other places we have stayed. One difference, the first rule, don't feed to dog. Has a new puppy, on the way to being ...
... We have never seen one before this trip and many people never see one so we feel quite lucky! Watched him until he disappeared further into the jungle.
There were still the places where people had put ropes for you to pull against as you crossed a couple of places that were quite the adventure. The last little bit before you got to the waterfall has been worn down and so you are pulling against the rope as you lower yourself back down ...
... along after that.
After you pass Playa Colorado you come to a place where there are small cascades coming down from the hillside. Robert thinks this may be where the stream we hike to above Luna Llena may come out on the ocean. Don't know and probably will not hike up or down it.
Where the cascades are, several people have left stacked rocks all along the path. Some of them are quite elaborate and interesting to look at. ...