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Travel Blogs from Montezuma
Our shuttle trip which is meant to take 4 hours turned into 6 hours which I guess is not too surprising when after Nicoya most of the road has more pot holes than road. Making the final descent down the windy rutted rough road our first impression of Montezuma was 'is this it'. Supposedly one of Costa Rica's top ten beaches it certainly does not …
It started September 1st, at 3:00 in the morning when we woke up at our neighbors house. Very weird to know that at this point, all we have left to do was get on the plane at Orlando airport. We left the house at 4:20am and arrived in Montezuma at 8:30pm. In complete darkness and surely completely freaked out by the location we have landed, the decision to sleep, and see how things were in the morning was established. DO NOT FREAK OUT...DO ...
... we made it
onto a bus headed (supposedly) for Monteverde.
Two hours later the bus stopped, and we were left standing
in the dust at the side of the motorway with all our worldly possessions and no
clue about where we were. We took shelter in a car park across the road as it
began to rain, trying to figure out how to reach our destination when like
something from a horror film, a little old lady crept from a boarded up shop
but then ...
... walked to the crater's edge (15 minute walk), but it was too fogged over to actually see anything, so we trekked back down, got in our car, and drove to lunch.
Since we hadn't done any souvenir shopping, Paul kindly agreed to take me to the artisan market in San Jose on the second day. As usual, the driving in San Jose was hair-raising. We managed to get to a safe parking lot and then roamed around the city of San Jose, scouring ...
... down to the coast and to the port town of Punterenas. From here we caught the ferry and had a 1 hour crossing to the peninsula and then we ware straight on another bus to Montezuma.
The water in Montezuma isn't that great with apparent pollution from the speedboats. The food is pretty nice and fresh, but if I'm honest, the town seems have a segregated vibe and lacks atmosphere.Tomorrow we head to Santa Theresa in a bid to find a more perfect ...