Vista Hermosa Bed and Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Adult pool
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... there are no surprises. It has also been refreshing to do very physical work that results in visible progress and completed projects. It is hot and sweaty, dirty work, but nothing a cold shower can't fix. Needless to say, there is likely to be more volunteering like this in the future. Please pray that we would be a light and salt to the people we are working with in this way. This truly has been a jungle ...
Hannah has a checklist of all the things she wants to do while in Costa Rica. Some are easy and some are difficult. Like seeing the ocean to riding a dolphin.
Riding horses was one of them.
Bethany & Jenna Menn visited us for a week in Montezuma. They are traveling around Costa Rica on there own.
... OUT...we are in the middle of the freaking jungle so far away from anywhere......its going to be ok....its going to be ok......
And it is.
In fact, after a lazy day at home in the completely awesome Jungle House that in the daylight just simply rocks, adjusting to the sounds and movements around us is almost second nature. We have friends already in a gorgeous teal iguana, the beautiful blue birds that hang out with us ...
... beach town of Montezuma. Along the way I stopped at Montezuma Adventures to sign up for a zip-line canopy tour. This zip-line canopy tour was the only reason I decided to come to Montezuma. I had done some research previously and this tour had caught my attention. So I decided that since I was so close I'd stop in Montezuma for a couple of nights and do this tour.
Friday morning April 5th I woke up and ate a hearty ...
... small birds that flit and flick through the trees and are so very hard to identify. This one was a gray crowned yellow throat which is one of the wood-warblers.
We got to observe two mot mots in a tree and it took us a few moments to discover they were two different types, the blue-crowned and turquoise-browed motmot. The turquoise-browed mot mot had his top feathers ruffled up and was quite impressive looking. We watched them ...