Cabinas Mar y Cielo

Address: Montezuma, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Montezuma

      Meh. It's highly recommended, but not by me.

      A travel blog entry by archjefe on Dec 23, 2014

      I had a great experience getting to Montezuma, because from Manuel Antonio I drove up with two hitch hikers who were on their way to Nicaragua. I dropped them off Puntaneras and then took the car ferry over. Driving on winding roads I finally made it to Montezuma in the late afternoon/evening, so I didn't really have a whole lot of time the first night to do much. The hostel was nice, but the people were very, very into their books. To try and break the ice I even offered some ...

      Santa Teresa

      A travel blog entry by kimlcarter on Aug 06, 2014

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      ... to be. On my right is a yoga class, in front of me is a never ending example of mother nature's power in the waves of the ocean, to my left is a beach full of her admirers and behind me are hammocks and cabins for those who wish to savour all of this from morning to night. I just witnessed a surfer pray and bless his board before entering the waves. Surfing is a type of prayer. A connection between ...

      Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by hkcrosby on May 09, 2014

      1 comment

      We arrived in Costa Rica into the capital San Jose. We had planned not to stay here because people told us its just another big city, but were too late to travel on. It was quite nice had a nice feel to it, its weird in Central america a lot of the countries have a small population (Costa Rica is 4 million and something), so even the main citys feel small and not daunting.
      Anyway we headed to a place in the mountains which is surrounded but jungle and national parks, Monteverde. ...

      Hot springs, hot sun and hammocks

      A travel blog entry by grahamh on Apr 13, 2014

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      ... to everyone's credit they had no issue with us doing so.

      From San Jose we traveled north for about 4 hours in a private bus through rolling hills to the town of La Fortuna, which sits in the shadow of the vast Arenal volcano. That afternoon we walked through the rainforest at the foot of the cloud covered volcano, which has been dormant since 2010 but before then was among the most active in the world. It last erupted in the 1970s and the solidified pyroclastic ...

      Letters Home Costa Rica 2014

      A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Feb 16, 2014

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      ... them to boil. After what I deemed an appropriate time of boiling, I removed a couple from the hot water, to find that they were encased in what looked like hot dog condoms. It turns out that in Costa Rica, they do not use any kind of a skin on their hot dogs. So to keep the meat together, they encase the meat in a rubbery plastic. One must squeeze the meat out of the rubber casings and onto the bun. Meaty goodness. Sunday morning, we caught the 7:20 bus at 7:45 and set about on the journey to ...