Cabinas Mar y Cielo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCabinas Mar y Cielo Montezuma
Really nice rooms for tiny-buget travellers. Only 45$ per night for three persons... Ocean view, hot water, very clean place.
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... 2 of which were guides. We caught two jack fish overall, both about a foot and a half, we kept one for dinner and gave the other one to them. Whilst on the trip we watched the sun go down. When we got back we cooked the fish in a band leaf and it tasted like tuna, it was very tasty. ...
... The Kangaroo Hotel was on the edge of town, it had a pool and an army of adorable dogs. Next door to it we enjoyed a delicious casado (set dinner) platter in a local soda whilst watching beach football on TV (a surprisingly interesting game) before taking a dip in the pool and finally hitting the hay in our air-conditioned room. We were very sad not to be staying longer in this little gem. The next day we discovered that central Jacó was much like a sprawling ...
... to the end of the road and found a very large bay that seemed to be fairly calm, shade trees and you could see the harbor across the bay from us. The waves evidently do come in quite strongly at times because there was a large build up of pebbles on the sand. From small to fairly large pebbles in some places pushed up at least a foot or two in height.
Decided we had walked as far as we could and so started heading back. Stopped at ...
... high in the sky so the waiter suggested we sit on some couches in the shade and cool off. Asked if they had frozen lemonade and indeed they did and served it with fresh mint blended in as well which made for a super refreshing drink.
People began arriving and so we moved to a table overlooking the village below and the ocean,
mountains in the distance and the setting sun. There were some nice clouds ...
... ago we had ridden the road from Montezuma to Mal Pais/Santa Teresa with Craig and it was a very dusty, bumpy road and we had to cross three streams to get there.
We must have taken a shortcut that is known to the drivers of the shuttles and others because we came out on the road through Mal Pais but did not go by the harbor where the boats are. There were homes here and there and you could see small pockets of what looked like old growth trees ...