Hotel Costa Coral
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... brushed off as much sand as we could and received a warm welcome. It was a beautiful hotel and so we were able to relax, enjoy the cocktails and have a nice meal, while enjoying the gentle ambiance of the surroundings. Lovely!
After lunch we did some beachcoming, finding many interesting shells and exotic crabs. William even found the remains of a lobster.
First morning we get up and fix cup of coffee and then decide we will walk up to our "magic" road and see if things are still the way they were. As we opened the door were greeted by a magical sight right outside our door. There was a wren with a piece of flower in its mouth offering this as a gift to the Buddha that is right outside our room. This went on for a few minutes and we were thankful to ...
... 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. ...
... tree over our room and there is a mango tree nearby. Also a large variety of palms, crotons and other plants abound.
In the early morning, as the bus struggles to get up the hill, you can hear the howlers voicing their displeasure at the noise. The parrots fly across in a racous bunch as well as the magpie jay moving about.
We are never bored with the amount of ...
... actually cooked up the parrot fish Jeffry had speared the day before and I ate it with my Casada dinner (typical Costa Rican dish with beans and rice, vegetables, salad and your choice of chicken, meat or fish). Although I loved the Casada itself, I told Andrew that no one beats his culinary skills with fish.
Again, everyone was asleep by 9:00pm preparing for our boat ride back to Herredura in the morning and then onto Alejuela (San Jose ...