Mariposario Montezuma Gardens
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... blown away. After an sunset stroll along the beach we decided that if we were not in love with a place, that we should move on. There was so much to see and do ahead of us, why waste it somewhere we did not feel connected to. So we arranged our next bus out of there the following morning. That evening we found a gorgeous little organic food restaurant and sat in the steaming humidity enjoying a beautiful meal together while working on our next move. After dinner we returned to ...
Sunrise is one of the really beautiful happenings here at Luna Llena. Of course, you have to get up at 5:15 a.m. to be able to watch it happening. One of the windows in our room faces west and so we can see the early light right before the sun comes up so if motivated, we can get up and watch the sunrise.
The reason it is so spectacular is it comes up over the ocean and ...
... and if you are caught on the ATV without your helmet or safety stripe on your shirt...it's a couple hundred dollar fine and if your speeding...its at least $700. But once the Traffico leave...life is back to normal again. .....crazy.
We have two of the most beautiful dogs here at our home.....Acu and Calissi ...they are boxers. Very sweet...unless you don't know them....in which case they will attack. We feel safe.
... food was amazing. (Jill didn't like it, though I think she was tired).
Our casita is in the jungle--a 3 room bungalow consisting of a large bedroom with 2 beds and loveseat, an entryway/kitchenette and a bathroom. Turns out our casita is the only one with an a/c unit. It was actually the owner's personal quarters but they are test-driving renting it out. We are the first guinea pigs and so far, so good. We like it.
Montezuma has ...
... that the ridiculously heavy support beams had already been placed into the holes...whew! We quickly stretched our sore and fatigued muscles and got right to work.
A small group finished digging the large septic hole. Some painted and stained the previous started homes and most strapped on hard hats and safety glasses and began putting up the walls of the house.
Cheers roared through the building site as the first portion of the wall ...