Mariposario Montezuma Gardens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... lizard today which William spotted.
The beach at Montezuma connects with a chain of other beaches, each one more beautiful than the one before. They are popular with surfers and the boys have loved watching them when they catch a decent wave.
There were large pelicans flying along the sea, skimming the waves with their wing tips.
... little town tacked on. As soon as I got off the bus, I checked at the nearest shop the location of my hostel, Luz en el Cielo and was directed back up the hill. Johnny checked me in and showed me the layout. By this stage it was late afternoon and after sorting my stuff out, I decided to cook up some pasta. I was still carrying a bag of it for the last week or two and was determined to use it up. Quite a few other hostellers had turned up and we sat around a ...
... was that it is warmer here in our room than at Luna Llena. We are upstairs and the sun does come into our front window. We carry a small thermometer with us so we really do know how much we are suffering. LOL! It did get up to 98 during the day and only cooled to 84 at night. We did have a fan but it was still hot.
We walked around a bit and checked out possible places we could go for dinner. We ended up eating at the Pizza Carmen on the beach ...
... catch the 11:30 bus back to Montezuma and would have to wait until 3:30 or try to hitch a ride.
Caught the 11:30 bus and then decided to eat at Montezuma because we were pretty hungry by then. Went back and worked on some stories and then decided to go eat at Chicos instead of fixing something at the place. Nice dinner and then walked through town and back to Luna Llena for a cool down drink and visit with some of the people staying there.
... and more commercial side of Costa Rican tourism. This meant that aside from the group transportation and the odd group activity, we felt very little need to spend much time with the other 14 group members, all aged between 19 and 30, and the slightly underwhelming group leader, who acted as a guide throughout. First impressions count for everything, and when I was introduced at the start of the week to a blue haired, tattoo covered creature calling herself 'Rogue', ...