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... was also a bus to meet the ferry which was heading for Cobano. I made a beeline for this and most of the backpackers jumped on it and again it quickly filled up, so that one again, it was standing room only.
Definitely a case of 'you snooze, you lose here.'
In Cobano, we had to change and board another bus for the short journey down to the beach resort of Montezuma. I say resort, but village would be more appropriate. It is really a beach ...
... park was created there as well. Nice story of the efforts of dedicated people!
The bus drops you off at the gate to the park and you have to walk the rest of the way in. It is a nice experience as you walk along the road; lots of towering trees and lots of bird calls as you move along. Took our time and just enjoyed the walk.
Got to the park entrance and paid our entry fee, $12 for non-Costa Rican ...
... found half a pineapple or papaya which makes it nice rather than trying to store leftovers in the very packed refrigerator. This particular visit, there were a lot of people fixing their own food and so the refrigerator was always brimming with red and white striped bags!
While eating breakfast visited with a girl that is working on farms around in Costa Rica and she had some interesting stories to share. ...
I took my time getting up today. The activity level has been high on this trip and it hitting me hard. At breakfast, which was in a beautiful garden, the local bluejays were very comfortable and would come very close to the patrons. One grabbed food off a girl's plate while another landed on her head. I protected my food but left them my leftovers. Our trip to Isla Tortunga began 9:30 and went until 4. It ...
We have reached our last full day in Costa Rica, and tomorrow we embark on a marathon journey starting at 5.30am from our current location in Montezuma on the west coast of the country, and ending (hopefully) in Lima, Peru around 9pm. Our STA Tour ended a couple of days ago but, rather than return to San Jose then, we elected to stay on in this small and characterful fishing village perched on the Nicoya Peninsula. Our hostel is literally on the shoreline and I am lying ...