Cabinas Playa Las Manchas

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

Hippie Hangout

A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Aug 05, 2014

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... means to be a hippie. The hippies loved this place for some reason. I wont go into defining or characterizing hippies here, you can research that yourself. The town was cool, but not cool enough to stay for more than two nights, in our opinions. So, we left, and that was Montezuma. ...

Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by hkcrosby on May 09, 2014

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... like. We came back and went for our first proper taste of Costa Rica food, it was goooood. That night our hostel seemed to omly just survive the rainstorm, it was so so heavy! and pretty much every ceiling leaked, a lot... it was exciting tho and everyone kinda joined in to help the owner do what she could to keep bits dry.

Costa Rica is very beautiful! We were excited to get to Nicaragua and so spent the next whole day travelling to the border.

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Hot springs, hot sun and hammocks

A travel blog entry by grahamh on Apr 13, 2014

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... Around 6pm, we left another perfect Pacific sunset and drove up through dense forest and traversed the peninsula back to Montezuma, barely seeing another soul save the odd waving farmer on horseback, as twilight fell and the crickets and roosting birds drowned out the quad engine. It equated to a mesmeric hour that neither of us wanted to end, though a cold beer to lubricate a dust-filled mouth was drunk very quickly.

We have been in this country for almost 3 ...

Letters Home Costa Rica 2014

A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Feb 16, 2014

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... hammock. Jeff didn’t feel like cooking, and so we hit the dusty trail, headed to the booming metropolis of Cabuya. One of our dogs went right along with us, as if to keep us out of harm’s way and act as our guide. She never left our side the entire evening. Cabuya is nothing more than a dusty crossroad, with a small grocery/hardware store, a bar, and a couple of tiny eateries. We ate at the bakery, and continue to be pleasantly surprised at the quality and ...

We moved!!!!! ....twice

A travel blog entry by bstamfam on Feb 02, 2014

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... stay once in the home and we are the first people to rent it out. It is a few months old and her own home is less than a year old. So then I found out that Kim's father in law is the "grandfather of raw food eating" and has written 6 books and his home is just over the hill and he is having a week long seminar on February 18th and I can attend. Very amazing how God works out details. This place feels like home to ...

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