Hotel Amor de Mar
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the water alongside the boat for some time before heading to our destination. Upon arrival we found that Montezuma's beaches were packed and the streets were filled with crazed quad bikers and vendors selling cheap jewellery. It appeared that we had travelled all this way to just come back to Jacó. However, by the time we left due for Monteverde via the much cheaper ferry to Puntarenas we had grown to like this small touristy town. Our hotel, the Hotel Aurora, was ...
... and also a couple from Canada who were sitting on the other side of us. They had ordered some food that looked so very delicious.
May have to come here for a meal. Did have some street tacos that evening from Nativo that were nice and helped fill us up.
Robert finished off the evening with two local men enjoying a pitcher of beer that they shared with him. Nice end to the evening and back to our room.
... was that it is warmer here in our room than at Luna Llena. We are upstairs and the sun does come into our front window. We carry a small thermometer with us so we really do know how much we are suffering. LOL! It did get up to 98 during the day and only cooled to 84 at night. We did have a fan but it was still hot.
We walked around a bit and checked out possible places we could go for dinner. We ended up eating at the Pizza Carmen on the beach ...
... I am reminded of an
earlier revelation I received upon admiring the birds of the valley, “Just as
the birds of the mountains maneuver effortlessly among the winds, so too should
we move through the current of God’s calling on us, putting our energy towards
maneuvering through the current while not expending any vital strength in
creating our own.”
So here I am, Thanksgiving has just passed
and Christmas ...
... you walked along. One of the mornings we got to see the milk cans sitting out for pickup and drop off. Also saw the milk truck as it came past.
As you walk along this road, you marvel at the people that participate in the Cerrera Chirripo. The road goes from fairly normal looking gravel road to "bull rock" ( much larger stones), and then dirt and then back to bull rock, or small strips of cement all about one lane wide. This is what the ...