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... in Montezuma can't make enough money to buy a plane ticket home. We hiked to a waterfall on our first day in Montezuma. It was the kind of waterfall you see in alluring pictures of tropical countries - complete with fit Costa Rica men performing death- defying leaps from the top of the falls. Apparently there are signs in Spanish identifying the spots where people have died en route to the falls or jumping from the falls. Later that ...
... so after arriving there we got some food and checked into a pretty grotty place to sleep for the night before catching the ferry to the peninsular the following morning. Despite the low standards of accommodation we still had to pay a reasonable price for it (More than our comparatively nice room in ...
... bus area. As the sun rose I tapped Laura and pointed to the black vocanic rocks in the surf : there stood the King , his back to the sea, neck fully extended and head thrown back, crowing his growl at all who DARED to stir in his kingdom of Montezuma.
I was going to take the camera our to try and capture the spectacle but he flew toward the quebrada or rocky creekside foreast that the bus area is built in.
We watched his progress ...
... and climbing the tree. They also will drop with a loud thud onto the corrugated roof and walk across it.
Then of course there are the monkeys. The howlers mainly make their howling noise but they rarely cause any problems. The white-throated capuchins are the mischief makers. They love to jump on the corrugated roof and peer over the side at you. Sometimes they bare their teeth in an attempt to appear fierce I guess. They will leap great distances and put ...
... her lovely family. We would not have had childcare allowing us to surf and horseback ride. In short, had things gone as planned, we would not have had the amazing experience that we ultimately had.
We ate our final meal family-style in the kitchen of Cafe Coyote. It was hard to say good-bye to Jenny and family, but I am confident our paths will cross again, either in the United States or again in Costa Rica. Tomorrow, off to the Arenal Volcano area!
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking