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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 ...
... The history of Cabo Blanco is quite interesting. A couple from Sweden came to Costa Rica and settled near Montezuma. They saw that much of the Nicoya Peninsula was being cleared and they took steps to preserve the wilderness. They managed to convince the government to creat a park; Cabo Blanco. The man was continuing to do the same on the Osa Corcovado Peninsula when he was murdered because of his efforts. Eventually ...
... symptoms and warning for Ebola, Dengue, and the newer mosquito borne illness which cannot spell to put in the story.
After we finished with our drop regimen walked around to check out the various stores near the clinic. Were amazed how many were open and also the quantity of items available in the stores!
Decided we would not stick around in town and walked to the bus stop and waited for ...
... mango tree watching the chickens run around. Then moved to the small beach. Then further up the hill and found a small cafe on the water. On the way we spotted the smallest little bright green hummingbird - so cute! At the cafe we shared some chips and black beans - typical Costa Rican food and were so good! At least the view was nice and it was such a small area that we were still in the middle of the jungle. A turkey vulture was sat in the trees right next to us - ...
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 ...