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Travel Blogs from Montezuma
Head in the Clouds
We left San Jose by bus and headed up to the mountains, Monteverde our destination. After a reasonably comfortable 3 hr bus journey we hopped off the bus, at Santa Elena, a small village filled with adventure tour shops, cafes and restaurants, its sole purpose for existing was to cater to tourists seeking adventure …
... leg elevated, iced a couple of times a day and letting it heal.
Our first night we ate dinner at one of our favorite place, Restaurant Monctezuma which is at the very end of town to the right. The road ends and you have a great view of the beach, sunset, and can watch all manner of people all the while you are eating.
It was good to see that many of the restaurants that were in business last year are still there ...
... from the day before, was explaining to Andrew that he really needed a longer speargun and suggested a bunch of changes to it to make it easier to spear fish. Andrew will use the $50 towards a new spear gun at home.
Luz de Mono really lived up to its name. We met the owner, Laura, who speaks English and is super nice. She and her Tico husband (Laura is Bulgarian) have run the business for six years and rent the property from the owner. ...
... a grand time, Matt jumping off the rocks and styling out jumps off the Tarzan swing.
After making our way back to the town we hit the beach. The closest beach to Montezuma is nothing very special but we walked several beaches along, cutting through jungle reserves and reached Playa Grande which was fantastic!! A vast, long, wide beach without a single soul, where the waves wash softly up the beach for meters and the jungle ...
... which they would steal from the table, slice open with their beak and then snort like a coke addict staving off withdrawal. They'd pull their beaks out of the packet of Splenda covered in a fine white power like a successful 1980's stock market broker. We made the mistake of offering them bits of fruit on the first few days in Montezuma, so today while I was eating my French toast one of the birds tried to make off with an entire ...
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