Anamaya Resort & Retreat Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Anamaya Resort & Retreat Center Montezuma
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... town in Costa Rica. Again a place we had heard great things about. So full of grand expectations we pulled in at Tamarindo and to my complete surprise it was so built up and modern. In a strange kind of way it reminded me of Noosa. Obviously not a bad thing, but again it really didn't feel like I was in Costa Rica. Trying not to judge too quickly we strolled around town with our packs in the blistering heat searching for a place to stay for the night and as we did there was one ...
... tree over our room and there is a mango tree nearby. Also a large variety of palms, crotons and other plants abound.
In the early morning, as the bus struggles to get up the hill, you can hear the howlers voicing their displeasure at the noise. The parrots fly across in a racous bunch as well as the magpie jay moving about.
We are never bored with the amount of ...
... and Brian offered him $4 for a piece of it. I have been looking for a 1 gallon jar since I've been here and its not happening. Can't make Kombucha out of the mushroom that I brought...but maybe sometime I'll find one.
The ocean is absolutely beautiful and so is our pool so we tend to hang around and enjoy them. I love the ocean. We hear it all night long. I absolutely love talking to people who live here and have traveled here ...
We were awoken at 5:00am by screams of howler monkeys just outside of Jill's window. Talk about an early start to our day! Andrew said it sounded like Jurassic Park out there.
Our hotel, Luz de Mono, lived up to its name during breakfast when we were accompanied by 10 'cappucino' monkeys who were waiting for their share of bananas, other fruit and granola. One brazen one even stole food from Jill's plate at the table!
Back at the casita, fourteen ...
... s accomplishments could have been devastating. Not for this team. Without a sigh, the team cleaned up the challenge presented by Mother Nature and we eventually finished digging the remaining holes.
With the holes for the support beams complete, the group was divided into groups. Some mixed and poured cement. Some unloaded concrete walls from the flat bed (truck). Others stained and painted houses that were started ...