Mariposario Montezuma Gardens
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Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... a park but offers only organic veggies and treats. Kinda crunchy down here but like it. It works!
Sunday, we left early in the morning and set off to cross the Nicoya Peninsula. To say the least, the trip was way hairier than I would have ever expected. The steepness of the cliff we had to traverse on this quad was insane. At one point, we were sliding down a hill at a dead stop because of the gravel and rock. It was at that point ...
... man who
kindly informed Theo of his life story. Apparently he started off in the US
army but had had to leave one day after having a nightmare causing him to
inform his commanding officer that if he was given a gun he would end up
killing himself or everyone around him, and since then has gone into computer
hacking (apparently Julian Essange’s inspiration) and because of this has
earned himself at least five life sentences. A ...
... best panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean as well of the Montezuma River below. After reaching cable eight we spent thirty minutes at the three waterfalls Montezuma is famous for. We swam in the cool pools of water, jumped off rock ledges, and even enjoyed the rope swing they had. In the end it was an amazing adventure filled two hours. You could really tell with the large smiles of the older couples that it was bringing them back into ...
... fixed attractive meals!
Some here this time were either vegetarian or vegan so it was interesting to see what different things they fixed. Lots of great smells, garlic, onions, curries and so on.
We prepared some good meals while we were here but seems the one that got the most rave reviews were the mango and spinach quesadillas! Served them along with a nice green salad. This is one thing I have noticed while traveling. It is ...
... great job of trying to be as environmentally sensitive as possible, she has a container to place all of the organic garbage in and they throw it over the fence to mulch and feed the wild animals that hang around here. We have seen both the coati and agouti heading down the hill to find something to snack on.
There has been a little spotted skunk that has shown up several times and we get a "whiff" of his presence other times as well. The people in the dorm ...
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