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... were seen and some great birding and some wildlife. This year the road is too steep for Laura to make the climb so no go on that. The waterfall hike is also out because you clamber over rocks.
So this year we walk into town, around town and walk up to the kitchen and commons area at Luna Llena but much more in the uphill climbing is out of the question. Have done ...
... Rica none were deadly. It was horrifically painful, a night I would never forget but I just thanked my lucky stars Stu was with me and that scorpions in this particular country were nothing more than seriously painful. After a very restless night we got up early ready to get on the road. We had enjoyed a brief visit to Montezuma but it felt really like a rundown surf town for tourists, the authenticity of Costa Rica kind of felt absent. It wasn't that it was bad but it's wasn't what ...
... 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 ...
My turn to update the blog. We have very limited internet and it is incredibly slow so I'm sorry for not doing this more often. We are a bit remote out here and have felt a little trapped until we rented an ATV. From our little house we can walk about 3/4 of a mile up the road to a little grocery store and a bakery and one little shop along the way which has some local things "touristy" things for sale. I can describe our little home as ...
... friendly and informed us of buses and directions.
Sometime later a bus came by, and on we hopped for the best
bus journey of the trip. The next couple of hours saw us gawking out the windows
at the pristine forest on the surrounding hills, partially covered as the
clouds billowed by. Monteverde is a town built up in the cloud forest, and felt
like a pretty cool (if a tad touristy) place. There were log cabins and coffee
shops and ...