Mariposario Montezuma Gardens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... base in town. It was fully booked and due to some issues with other guests we were upgraded to an enormous suite with three double beds (one for storage), an en-suite, fully functioning air-conditioning and a long private porch with chairs and hammocks, where we relaxed with a beer most nights, listening to the live music from a nearby bar that began after the calls of howler monkeys and beautiful tropical birds died with the sunset. Our days were spent exploring ...
... it was soon standing room only.
Puntarenas is only 70km or so away, but most of the journey winds its way over the mountains before descending on some very rough roads down to the main highway that runs to the coast. With the sun just beginning to rise, the light beautifully lit up the hills and valleys with a golden hew that was an unexpected bonus. It was just a pity that we were crammed in like battery hens or I would have tried to get my camera out ...
... 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 ...
... able to see the mot mots he had also found.
Walked back into town and ate at Montezuma Restaurant. Had the British breakfast which was an egg, bacon, cheese, lettuce sandwich on some wonderful fresh made roll that was just delicious. Had our usual afternoon and then ate the rest of the gazpacho soup and black bean salad for dinner. The soup was better the second day because the flavors had a chance to blend and it was very nice.
Tired from the big day yesterday so decided to check out Cabuya since we had been told the bookstore had moved there. Caught the 8:00 ish bus to Cabuya along with a group of tourists that were headed to Cabo Blanco Reserve. The sign at the bus stop says the bus leaves at 8:15 but this does not seem to be absolute and we did not leave until about 8:30. It cost us $2.00 each one way which was a bit more than other buses we have ridden ...