Encanta La Vida
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... a copy-cat of Em's delicioso choices) and she got a Peach Dream. The rains began and provided an electrical light show over the ocean. One quick golf cart trip and we were back at the room, later than any other night but still only 7:30. We packed expertly, ready for an 8:30 am departure and, after I had two slight crises by not being able to locate some critical objects (both were found in the room), I sadly set an alarm on my cell phone and our last full day came to an ...
... of blazing brilliance shot across the horizon but no worries. The sky and the Pacific and the trees and macaws and lush greenery is paradise with or without a fireball in the sky. Dinner was fried calamari and frozen margaritas (mango again for me and passionfruit for Em). And then a golf cart ride from - wait for it - Geovanni back to the Zephyr and another early night. Happily we were able to connect briefly with Nick and TJ to wish the latter a HAPPY ...
... area seems to have a very strange feel to it, the town centre is a triangle, very little to it, a bank, supermarket tour offices, coffee shops a few gift shops and lodgings. We have a walk around, stop for a coffee - Costa Rican coffee is the best and then catch a taxi to bring us back to the cloud forest lodge. Soon after we get back it starts to rain, which then becomes a full blown thunderstorm, which lasts into the night. Dinner at the hotel and an early ...
... a hummingbird areas where we saw 6 species of hummers. Around Ottawa we only have the Ruby-Throated Hummingbird. Delightful! Tried to take pictures but very difficult as you can appreciate. We visited a Women's Cooperative where several artists display their ...
... me in a beer but was literally declined. Not the most welcoming. Regardless, I went around town, got some great food because literally, the best thing about Montezuma is probably the great restaurants. Other than that, however, not much to do here. The next day I spent the morning hiking to the local waterfall and swimming in the pond underneath, which was pretty fantastic. But I could only stay here for so long and quickly got bored. The beaches were pretty disappointing as ...