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Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... I asked Stuie what he felt like eating, it had become a running joke, his answer was always 'Pho' (Vietnamese soup - our most favourite meal back home). Something we knew we weren't going to find anywhere on this trip.....well that's what we thought. Right there on the main street of Tamarindo, a very modern restaurant serving Thai, Korean and Vietnamese jumped right off the street and there was cheering all round as we peered at the menu, there it was PHO!!! We couldn't believe it. ...
... not yet made any identifications.
I guess one of the funnier is the iguana that has twice since we have been here come walking down the stairs by our room stopping off to eat one of the cashew fruits that has fallen to the ground. Does not seem to be in the least bit interested in us but going about his business.
Never a moment without the sounds and sights of nature here.
... noisy French Poodle escaped the safety of the beach-side cabin. Checking to be sure that her tail ball was full and white as a snowball, she ventured deep into the jungle, yipping and barking as she trotted proudly. Suddenly, she met the ocelot. The ocelot decided that Fifi should stay for dinner. The end. (I love happy endings). Hot dogs in condoms. We’d bought a package of hot dogs in Montezuma and a bag of buns. It was my turn to cook. I dropped 5 dogs into water ...
... day and pretty much normal life here. We are just a few feet from the only road that runs from Montezuma to Cabuya and we heard loud roaring the other day. We ran out of the cabin and looked and Brahma cows were all walking down the road...mooing. These things are huge cows with a large hump like a camel on their back. People on bikes were moving out of the way and the cows walked around the cars and ATVs . Keep in mind the road is dirt ...
... fairly disappointed. It matched the description of packed sprawling
urban metropolis pretty perfectly, and the one old colonial square we came
across did have a nice old church in it, but was then surrounded by branches of
every single fast food chain on the planet crammed into every available
building. SO after a bit of an odd assortment of Costa Rica’s destinations
sampled, we headed to the airport to fly to Colombia and South America.
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