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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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Aquí, la temperatura esta perfecta desde muchos días. Muy poco lluvia, y casi todo el
tiempo… ¡sol! Esto es muy raro aquí en las montañas, porque el climate es
generalmente más lluvioso. Normalmente, lluvia casi cada tarde. A veces, hay
hasta 5 días de lluvia sin nada del sol. Entonces, somos muy afortunados …
We left gritty Quepos and Manuel Antonio Park and made our way up the coast to Jaco – we hear this is one party hard town with a well-known cadre of local on-call girls, so we skipped it – and boarded a taxi/boat to the other side of the bay and the Nicoya peninsula. The boat ride was smooth and professional and an hour or so later we were on the sand at Playa Montezuma.
We felt like this little town had potential – a small, walkable ...
... we would walk out of our fence and enjoy beautiful sunsets. One thing I really liked was a group of horses that liked to hang out just outside our fence. They had no saddles or even a visible human tending them. After the sunset, they would all move further down the beach and gallop like children on the water. It was amazing. I witnessed this twice and I did not see a human with them on either occasion. These horses ...
... became very apparent. The accomodation was super expensive and really ****. It was almost like they didn't need to try because it was such a popular place they could charge what ever they liked for anything they wanted. This understandably put a bad taste in our mouths. Regardless we found something that would do and decided we needed to stroll around town and take a swim in hope that our first impressions of what felt notoriously like a tourist trap would be lifted. As we walked ...
... be seen here. On our first day, having a siesta when I saw a tail going down the stairs. Robert got up and checked and it was a white nosed coati or pizote as it seems they are more commonly called here. Evidently the one we saw is quite the regular in the area as we have seen it most days nosing about. One day we actually got to watch two in action near our room.