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... OUT...we are in the middle of the freaking jungle so far away from anywhere......its going to be ok....its going to be ok......
And it is.
In fact, after a lazy day at home in the completely awesome Jungle House that in the daylight just simply rocks, adjusting to the sounds and movements around us is almost second nature. We have friends already in a gorgeous teal iguana, the beautiful blue birds that hang out with us ...
... friendly and informed us of buses and directions.
Sometime later a bus came by, and on we hopped for the best
bus journey of the trip. The next couple of hours saw us gawking out the windows
at the pristine forest on the surrounding hills, partially covered as the
clouds billowed by. Monteverde is a town built up in the cloud forest, and felt
like a pretty cool (if a tad touristy) place. There were log cabins and coffee
shops and ...
... markets on the quest to find a "Sarchi Cart", which is one of the few authentic Costa Rican crafts. There were hundreds of Sarchi carts available, but I wanted a particular size in a particular color, so we came up empty handed. We did, however, have a nice, overpriced al fresco lunch at the Grand Hotel.
Our flight tomorrow is at 6 AM which means a 3:45 AM departure from the Alta Hotel. It's going to be a long day, but we are going home.
... where the buses to Quepos/Manuel Antonio and other destinations leave from.
Robert went and got the ticket to Parrita and was told the bus would be right in front of the restaurant on the same side of the street as the bus terminal. A bus pulled up and we were trying to determine if this was the bus we needed. Two angels arrived to help us out. One was an elderly Tico gentleman who had crossed the street to ask where we were going and was ...
... and banana. Yum, just what was needed to cool down. It also help curb the hunger until the lunch could be made.
Of course, the real treat is to walk down the beach to Ylang Ylang , a hotel with a beautiful setting and dining area, the most upscale place we know about in Montezuma. The restaurant is open to the public.
They offer yoga classes at varying levels according to the people we have talked to that have gone ...
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