Hotel Costa Coral
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We made due, eating fruit from the market, laying around on the beach, playing in the waves when the undertow didn’t threaten to pull us under and drinking booze from the mini-mart. It’s all well and good, but Montezuma is not the beach we were looking for. It’s nice, nicer than most, nicer than Santa Catalina (no sand, too spread out), better than Uvita (not enough going on, too spread out), but not quite the right ...
We have really enjoyed our time in Montezuma even though we did not get to walk around as much as we have in the past. We did have one great evening at Luna Llena when one of our neighbors came up to us and asked if we spoke english and we answered that we did and he asked if we wanted to share the fish he had caught that day. We ...
... over the side of the hill, and private path which leads to town. It's a steep path, but quick to town, which makes Enoch and Tyler happy. And a private path to the enormous and famous water fall in Montezuma. Then she tells us they are planning to rent it for $1200 a week....oh my...makes sense with the location and beauty. But then she totally worked with our budget and we are in for the month. Turns out she has only had ...
... Interesting thing about monkeys, when filming them, you never know what you are going to get! Video coming soon.......
September 13, 2013
My niece Lindsey's 16th birthday. I feel sad that I miss a lot of their growing up but so very lucky that I have the greatest 12 nieces and nephews there are. Happy birthday Woo!
Today in Costa Rica it is their Independence Day. We will be going down to town for ...
... walked to the crater's edge (15 minute walk), but it was too fogged over to actually see anything, so we trekked back down, got in our car, and drove to lunch.
Since we hadn't done any souvenir shopping, Paul kindly agreed to take me to the artisan market in San Jose on the second day. As usual, the driving in San Jose was hair-raising. We managed to get to a safe parking lot and then roamed around the city of San Jose, scouring ...