Travel Blogs from Montezuma, Costa Rica

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Montezuma, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Montezuma

A travel blog entry by rabble

Another day of beach life! Swimming before fruit for breakfast, after an interesting road to get to Montezuma the previous day - some interesting 4x4 fords, and then part of it goes along the beach! Fortunately the tide was out when we came ...

A rainy day in paradise, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

A rainy day in paradise

A travel blog entry by jimpat

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Today we have had quite a rainy day, but the sun has popped out a few times.  In afternoon as we were enjoying the pool when we spotted a few toucans in the mango tree right by our pool. They are an amazing looking bird. We kept hearing mangos ...

Montezuma and Monkeys!, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Montezuma and Monkeys!

A travel blog entry by jinghra

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... to check out Montezuma. The town itself is very tiny, a big tourism spot, there were a lot of other tourists. You could survive in Montezuma with no Spanish, but not in Puntarenas. I am glad I am in a town that forces me to use Spanish on a daily basis, ...

Luna Llena, Montezuma, & Hike Tsunami Evac Rt, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Luna Llena, Montezuma, & Hike Tsunami Evac Rt

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2

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... in business and the street vendors are still steady trying to sell their wares as well. As in many parts of the world Montezuma apparently has occasional water shortages.    On our third day here, we were told the kitchen was going to close at ...

Weekend excursion to Montezuma, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Weekend excursion to Montezuma

A travel blog entry by j_bannister

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... facebook.com/album.php?aid=2055982&id=1235910015&l=e04874af5d Hola!!! I'm back in the Punt after a beautiful weekend in Montezuma, Costa Rica... one of my favorite places I have ever visited!! It's like if you took Northampton, made it smaller and ...

Montezuma, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Montezuma

A travel blog entry by rebecca.tongs

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... bottom of the Nicoya peninsular, a ferry ride from Puntarenas to Paquera made for an interesting day of travelling! First impressions of Costa Rica is that it is really beautiful.  But it seems I'm not the first tourist to figure this out and apart ...

The Routine, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

The Routine

A travel blog entry by elltrev

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... bear, I retire to the shade of either the hotel or my favourite restaurant. I am trying to limit trips to the latter as Costa Rica is not cheap, and it seems far more sensible to make use of the spacious hotel kitchen and the well-stocked local ...

Dos amigos peros de Montezuma, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Dos amigos peros de Montezuma

A travel blog entry by rob.brown

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I have been struggling to think how best to begin to describe our wonderful trip, but I just keep coming back to our dogs. If you know us, you already know our devotion to dogs, Jake and Dakota and Max in particular, and how they just fill our hearts and ...

Tag 25, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Tag 25

A travel blog entry by deohem

... Jose zur Halbinsel Nicoya im Südwesten, bzw. zur Pazifikküste gefahren. Mit Fähre ca. 1 Stunde in Richtung Montezuma unterwegs gewesen und im 3 Bettzimmer mit direktem Blick aufs Meer eingecheckt. Mittagessen im lokalen Restaurant. Sehr leckere Suppe ...

Of hippies, rastas and wildlife, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Of hippies, rastas and wildlife

A travel blog entry by greenxscare

We decided to enjoy our last days in Costa Rica in Montezuma, a small town at the Gulf of Nicoya. This town seems to be heaven for all kinds of people. On the street you see hippies, rastas, standard tourists and a few locals. Almost every second person ...

Montezuma, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Montezuma

A travel blog entry by petora.n

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Surf bums are back!, Montezuma, Santa Theresa, Costa Rica travel blog

Surf bums are back!

A travel blog entry by teampeacock

... was pricey, so we didn´t settle there, so we pressed on down the road to Santa Theresa instead. We found our favorite place in Costa Rica so far, the Funky Monkey. There we rented a big, airy cabin with an outdoor bathroom (very cool). It´s a good ...

Rough day at sea today, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Rough day at sea today

A travel blog entry by jp122163

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... a lot calmer on our return - thank goodness! Tomorrow, I think I´m going to climb the waterfalls which are pretty famous in Montezuma. Oh yeah, before I forget, Merry Ukrainian Christmas to all the Uke´s out there! Have a few perogies for ...

Beach in the jungle...monkeys and iguanas!!, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Beach in the jungle...monkeys and iguanas!!

A travel blog entry by big_ph

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Montezuma Costa Rica, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Montezuma Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by cm-yolo-tour

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... of their growing up but so very lucky that I have the greatest 12 nieces and nephews there are.  Happy birthday Woo! Today in Costa Rica it is their Independence Day.  We will be going down to town for see celebrations and have dinner.  Our ...

Montezuma in pics thus far.., Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Montezuma in pics thus far..

A travel blog entry by jeridolp

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Well, it's raining, go figure..it is the rainy season after all! So I decided to take some photos of the town. Nothing to write about really..I had some dinner last night and hung out with the people at my hostel for a bit, even practiced some spanish! ...

LOOK! It's Fall!, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

LOOK! It's Fall!

A travel blog entry by journeyjoy

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... Annie. Then we took our time to say goodbye to the animals and Mary and Pipo loaded us into a car with them and took us to Montezuma in her taxi with Nonyo, her driver I met last summer. We checked out a few hostels prices but they were all $10 or more. ...

Chirstmas on a nice warm place!!, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Chirstmas on a nice warm place!!

A travel blog entry by tobon619

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... for about 2 dollars, a distance of 1kilometer and a half. once there I bought a ferry ticket for about 2 dollars to take me to Montezuma town, a trip about 1 hour and a half, nteresting since the taxi ride was like a minute and 1 and 40 seconds. once i ...

Wives in Paradise!, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Wives in Paradise!

A travel blog entry by woohaxgarby

... family sadly were breaking up and going on their seperate ways ;( The wives decide to journey onto the Carribean side of Costa Rica (Montezuma is opposite side) with Portuguese Daniel in tow. The three of us say goodbye to everyone else and have a chill ...

Getting lost and jumping down waterfalls, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Getting lost and jumping down waterfalls

A travel blog entry by knaeve

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... . Here we then had to take another bus. We arrived in the early afternoon. We spend the day walking around town and relaxing. Montezuma is known for its waterfalls, so this was where we were heading. The first one was very easy to find, just follows the ...

Montezuma's Revenge, Puntarenas, Costa Rica travel blog

Montezuma's Revenge

A travel blog entry by jfshannon

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... our first day in Montezuma. It was the kind of waterfall you see in alluring pictures of tropical countries - complete with fit Costa Rica men performing death- defying leaps from the top of the falls. Apparently there are signs in Spanish identifying the ...

montezuma, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

montezuma

A travel blog entry by markanthonylow

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... American country), Although there is a growing tourist scene out here they seem to be keeping it balanced, making sustainable tourism work. Costa Rica may be a wild place but the local’s motto, Pura Vida,meaning pure life really sums up the life ...

Montezuma, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Montezuma

A travel blog entry by oagjerms

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... med aa staa opp kl 0400, for saa aa oppdage at George allerede er i full sving med frokosten. Bussen som skulle gaa til Montezuma dukker selvfoelgelig aldri opp. Det ble aa sitte i midtgang paa en annen buss som skulle til San Jose litt senere. Ettter et ...

Enjoy, Nature, Peace, Love, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Enjoy, Nature, Peace, Love

A travel blog entry by emilyanne87

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... . I felt a little bad for Keith as the hotel was a yoga-ish place and mainly everyone staying there were women.   Montezuma is pura vida - not like Jaco, not as big, not as dirty, not as many people trying to rip you off-completely tranquil and ...

Osos perezosos - get ready for CUTENESS!!, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Osos perezosos - get ready for CUTENESS!!

A travel blog entry by ms.radinsky

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... camouflage up in the trees, and also that several species of moths also grow in their fur. There are two kinds of sloths in Costa Rica, two-toed and three-toed, and the sanctuary has both types. They have rescued all of the sloths who live there, ...

Lazy day, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Lazy day

A travel blog entry by jimpat

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Today was a very lazy day for us, even lazier than normal. We have a beautiful sunny day and are taking full advantage of it. We went for an early morning walk on the huge property we are on. We were joined by a neighbour's black lab. He was very ...

Mar 01, 2013, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Mar 01, 2013

A travel blog entry by maudeinchina

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Day 12-Relaxing, Puntarenas, Costa Rica travel blog

Day 12-Relaxing

A travel blog entry by marks-travels

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... mozzerella on it; would probably cost $8 by itself in the States. Of course we devoured it. Folks say the tap water here in Montezuma is safe to drink but we've stuck with either filtered or bottled water. The plumbing is not so great so everyone asks ...

Pura Vida, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

Pura Vida

A travel blog entry by dooventures

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... I came to CR! Montezuma is an adorable little costal village nestled up against the mountain side. While this is the dry side of Costa Rica, this town is lush and tropical. None of the travel books (Lonely Planet, etc.) descriptions do it justice. As you ...

un mono en el mano es trabajo de dos en un árbol, Montezuma, Costa Rica travel blog

un mono en el mano es trabajo de dos en un árbol

A travel blog entry by bassmanms

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... fishing almost impossible.  It also ment a long walk turned into an adventure after surf casting past sunset north of Montezuma past playa grande .  Smashing logs with the incoming tide against large drift wood piles, coming up to the thick ...

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