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Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... joining of the tour group, with whom we rendezvoused in San Jose last Saturday, having caught a bus from Manuel Antonio. We booked the tour so the logistics of travel and accommodation in a more remote part of the country could be sorted for us, and to that end it was well worth it as we now feel we really maximised our time. However, one of the most rewarding aspects of our trip so far has been discovering things for ourselves, and trying to distance ourselves from ...
... There are some we have not tried, so maybe this year.
When we first got here we were surprised to not see any of the monkeys, either the mantled howler monkeys or the white throated capuchin. The second day we were here having our afternoon siesta when suddenly it was interrupted by the sounds of things being dropped on our roof.
Got up and went out to see who was causing the ruckus. It was the mantled howler ...
... river to eat them. That made Tyler happy....weirdly enough. Enoch was not happy on this excursion from what I understand.
What else can I tell you. Its such an education. Oh interesting bit of information. People who live here say there is something called the "Cabuya Effect". The water table is very high and with the tide and the ocean, they claim it makes people a little crazy....do things they wouldn't normally do. They say ...
... vocabulary. The kids learned quite a few words, including "Coņo!" We don't know exactly what it means [it isn't in my Spanish-English dictionary!] but Yita assures us with her bellowing laugh that "it's not that bad word, just a little bad." The kids also saw the universal single finger salute in action when someone dared to yell something to Yita after she layed on the horn. Driving like a bat out of hell and dodging potholes and other people, I was glad Drew stored ...
... for the struggles they are enduring. Today we have a special excursion after a late lunch. We pack up, still in our gear, and head up higher into the mountains to over 5000 feet to the village of Sabalo. This will be the next Habitat Site of 40 homes. These homes will provide decent shelter for the many single mothers whose husbands have abandoned them. This is a big problem for the women in these rural areas because the men are so often forced to ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet