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We arrived in Monterverde, home to forest which is up in the clouds after a bone rattling shuttle ride from la fortuna. To say the roads are bad here is an understatement, to take a drink from your bottle is to take the risk of possibly losing a tooth!
The temperature here is lot cooler than other areas so we were grateful of the relief from the heat. From here we took a tour ...
... camp he made Graham Norton seem like Daniel Craig and a 23 year old who said she had never left British Colombia before I sensed these wouldn't be friends for life. All but 2 of that number were from the USA or Canada, and the tour was just a weeks holiday for them, most traveling alone, so there was a slight 'Freshers Week' feel to the socialising where alcohol was used at every opportunity to form plastic bonds with other "cool and interesting" people, to update each ...
... roof, our table or anything else in the way!
Read in Wikipedia about the fruit which can be used to make a drink. When we were in Belize we had some cashew wine which we were warned was quite potent and would really cause a bad hangover. Fortunately we did try to find out.
The cashew seed is "in a double shell containing allergenic phenolic resin and anacardic acid, a potent skin irritant chemically related ...
Our last day in Montezuma started again with breakfast with the monkeys. I decided to forego all the photo opps, having taken so many photos and videos the day before. It will probably take me all day to upload them when we get home as it is.
The boys went spearfishing for a few hours. Jill and I looked into horseback riding but, being high season and late notice, all of the tours were full. Next time we'll know to book in advance. ...
... in the trunk or one of us being flung from one side of the vehicle to the other would have been speared for sure!
Back to dinner at La Naranja, we ate another great meal for less than $40, with tip. It pays to find the small hole in the wall places.
The last bit of excitement came after dinner when Drew wanted to go back to the lobby for wifi (there is no wifi in the casitas, just the common areas). It was dark and he headed down the path only ...