Casa Bambu Resort
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- Free parking
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... room after the wrap, I almost burst out laughing at the sight of me in the full-length on the inside of the door. I looked literally covered in chocolate syrup except for a couple of strategically placed areas. Where my therapist needed only a face cloth to cover me, I'm sure that Erica was given a beach blanket. ') The sun set during our massages, but the bar was still open and the guys were as sweet and happy as ever to see us. I opted for a passionfruit margarita ...
... it is to describe in writing a massage being given by someone who doesn't share the same language and keep said description from sounding like an elevator pitch for a bad porn movie?) Anyway --- the massage was either going to kill or cure me. When it ended, I feel like I slithered my way back to the room to shower and change before going back to meet Em for a sunset drink after her massage. Once again, the cloud coverage was just enough that there were ...
... cable, but I haven't the strength and one of the guides has to come and get me and pull me back! The final zip is the fastest, we're told to break all the way down, we have gloves on and have to pull on the cable to slow down, so a fast final zip and then terra firma. A scary but fun morning. After lunch at the hotel we take a walk down the very steep road into the town, we have a very basic map but the roads are very confusing, very few are paved and ...
Some of us started the day with a hike with our guide on one of the trails in Monteverde Rain Forest. We learned about epiphyte plants (plants that grow on trees), buttress roots (additional support from the base of the trees) and orchids. After lunch, ...
I had a great experience getting to Montezuma, because from Manuel Antonio I drove up with two hitch hikers who were on their way to Nicaragua. I dropped them off Puntaneras and then took the car ferry over. Driving on winding roads I finally made it to Montezuma in the late afternoon/evening, so I didn't really have a whole lot of time the first night to do much. The hostel was nice, but the people were very, very into their books. To try and break the ice I even offered some ...