Mariposario Montezuma Gardens
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Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... There are some we have not tried, so maybe this year.
When we first got here we were surprised to not see any of the monkeys, either the mantled howler monkeys or the white throated capuchin. The second day we were here having our afternoon siesta when suddenly it was interrupted by the sounds of things being dropped on our roof.
Got up and went out to see who was causing the ruckus. It was the mantled howler ...
... are all over. At breakfast one morning, the monkeys were quite mischievous and continued to steal items from the bar area, including a new package of napkins, a box of straws, paper towels and a bag of sugar. Another monkey proceeded to tip over all of the chairs at one of the empty tables. Jill remarked that the monkeys act like a cross between a toddler and a cat.
Dinner again last night at La ...
... at the edge. Sadly we neglected to bring the cameras again : (
The next morning we caught a ride to Santa Teresa, known for its chilled out, surfy vibe. We found a great hostel that even had a pool.....so fancy!! We had planned on doing some surfing but after our first swim and a conversation with a dutch surfer who lived there we decided against it as the current and rocks did ...
We just spent our last day in a beach town going snorkeling on an island 45 min away on a boat. It was the perfect exclamation point of our 16 or 17 days bumming around on beaches. One of my favorite thing to do (beside drinking beers and eating tipical food) has been to watch my kids show off their balancing skills on surf boards and stand ups. Watching the locals surf at high tide, ignoring the reefs sticking out a few feet away, was also phenomenal. We are on our way to Monteverde, ...
... amounts of grey green water at low tide, which reached
out to the sea where waves broke ferociously. To the right was a tiny wooded
island with the remains of a chapel just visible in the greenery, whilst on the
beach was the huge bleached white skeleton of a fallen tree on which a flock of
massive black vultures perched. Being fabulously British, we marched on in,
laid out towels, and got sunbathing.
The next day we had to leave the beach ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service