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Travel Blogs from Playa San Miguel
... Similar to a prison. The
teller did not have a problem taking my $100 bills, however..I forgot my
passport. I had my NJ state driver's license and that was sufficient.
Thank goodness! We picked up some fruit from a small shop and got a
small bite at a french pasty shop called "El Artesano del Gusto".
was excited to see some tide pools near a place called "Mar Azul" while
over in Mal ...
... the populated balcony, where they intended to shake things up. They stole freshly made sandwiches from the tourists, rustled in any type of bag to find a hidden treat or if all else failed, swung into the kitchen to steel sugar from the jars or anything else edible. They were hilarious and made for excellent entertainment both first thing in the morning as they jumped on our little cabin roof and at the end of the day as the sun set. Next was the barking of the howler ...
... to someone at home. She hadn’t seen the bird steal the sugar but was soon being sprinkled with sugar from above as the bird tore open the packet. She squealed and it can only be imagined how she explained to the folks at home what was happening.
The tide was out as we walked along the beach on Sunday morning and it looked much more attractive than it had at high tide the previous afternoon. They are suffering an unusually ...
After about 3 hours we arrive in Cobano and decide to take some gas because there won't be any in Montezuma or any of the small villages around. Only one slight problem: the car won't start. No ignition sound, nothing. The battery is fine because we can still use the electrical stuff in the car. The folks at the gas station try to help. We find out that the engine oil level is low so we fill it up (just in case) but this doesn't change ...
... of wildlife and birds to watch here.
After an early morning swim, we drove over to two small tourist towns Mal Pais and Santa Teresa. Mel Gibson and a few other movie stars have places in Mal Pais. We didn't see him or many other people. These places are along the coast and are quite small with lots of backpackers and surfers.