Delfin Beachfront Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
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... made like I was going to swat him. Eventually he left us alone, but he was always near, always looking for an invitation.
I don’t know what it is about Alan. Put him on a beach and within a few minutes some stray, random animal will be all over him. Dogs, iguanas, cats, birds. I dunno. Some things are a mystery.
After three days in Montezuma it was time to either get out of Costa Rica or try one more beach town…
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... and a bit of glue create the bags ; specially twisted string adds handles, a CASEM sticker for advertisement, and a half hour later, you have a brown paper bag that will be used in place of plastic bags for customer purchases. Makes you rethink every paper bag you've thrown away in your life! At lunch, I was completely surprised and truly touched by Dona Ana's birthday cake. Her hug and love made my day truly special. (As did all of ...
... 12:30 and found it to be jolly nice. PublicbBus to Monteverde (1.4$ approx) left at 13:30 so we had time to get our bearings in the small town and have a quick lunch at the bakery (we really like the bakeries in Costa Rica and I am enjoying sampling the massive bread pudding slices at about 60p a piece).
Massive yellow bus left on time and took us to reserve entrance (final stop) in about 20 minutes. Staff at ticket office were very helpful and told us exactly what route ...
By the next morning we had recovered from traveling and were ready for some adventure. Jim and I went off with Marcos, who is a certified naturalist guide, to explore the Curi-Cancha forest reserve. Most people come for the birds and flowers, but here we were greeted by one of Costa Rica's interesting mammals, the red-eared agouti (in the possum/raccoon family).