Casa Bambu Resort
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... meal we had each received a slice of a small orange on the side as a garnish (as Phyllis did with this meal). It was a little odd in that the flesh was green. Even more odd, when we bit into it the orange was very tart. Really really tart, which was much different than the orange juice we had been drinking. We decided that we would be careful about buying oranges in this country until we could figure this out. This meal our server ...
... us our room was ready and we were able to get some of our unpacking and nesting done before we walked downtown to get some supplies. Got what we needed to make black bean, chopped lettuce and tomato salad with a side of guacamole. Oh, before we went did a check of the refrigerator space and when we got back quickly found a space to use as ours for the duration. When using communal refrigerators, try to make bag appear to be ...
... no rice and beans, withdrawal symptoms setting in (ha, ha).
Montezuma is still on the Pacific Coast and the sea has a gorgeous temperature. The beach is grey, not white sands like the Caribean side. We went for walks and also swam in the pool in the river underneath a big waterfall.
It is very laid back and the weather is sunny and hot!! Loving it!! I:-) so we decided to stay another ...
... of Howler Monkeys.
We then drove up some mountain roads just outside the preserve and were able to catch glimpses of Flame-throated Warbler, Spangle-cheeked Tanager, Black-cheeked Warbler, and a Collared Trogon. Unfortunately, we also crossed paths with a trail of Army Ants, and boy those things are vicious!! Their bite is painful, and one even drew blood!
Lunch was served in front of the hummingbird ...
... fashion! I helped with gardening - weeding and transplanting. Here in CR, to get something to grow, you simply cut off a branch, stick it in the ground, and it grows! One area we worked on was to build a break of plantings to help with erosion control. We also helped wash the building for painting for tomorrow, and prepare shirts for tie dying and eventual painting - these shirts are given as gifts to guides who bring tour groups to CASEM in lieu of a tip. They have ...