Hotel Amor de Mar

Address: Apartado 24 Cobano, Montezuma, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Apartado 24 Cobano, Montezuma.
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      Travel Blogs from Montezuma

      Hippie Hangout

      A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Aug 05, 2014

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      ... 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. ...

      Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by hkcrosby on May 09, 2014

      1 comment

      ... like. We came back and went for our first proper taste of Costa Rica food, it was goooood. That night our hostel seemed to omly just survive the rainstorm, it was so so heavy! and pretty much every ceiling leaked, a lot... it was exciting tho and everyone kinda joined in to help the owner do what she could to keep bits dry.

      Costa Rica is very beautiful! We were excited to get to Nicaragua and so spent the next whole day travelling to the border.

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      Hot springs, hot sun and hammocks

      A travel blog entry by grahamh on Apr 13, 2014

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      ... Around 6pm, we left another perfect Pacific sunset and drove up through dense forest and traversed the peninsula back to Montezuma, barely seeing another soul save the odd waving farmer on horseback, as twilight fell and the crickets and roosting birds drowned out the quad engine. It equated to a mesmeric hour that neither of us wanted to end, though a cold beer to lubricate a dust-filled mouth was drunk very quickly.

      We have been in this country for almost 3 ...

      Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by jeastty on Nov 19, 2011

      10 photos

      Itīs one of the most disorganized border crossings that Iīve been to. Paso Canoas was where Alex and I arrived late Wednesday morning, after our gracious Canadian hosts, Josh and Rolanda, sent us on our way. The Panamanian immigration office comes first when you hop off the bus, and after getting your passport stamped to leave Panama, you then need to locate the Costa Rican office which is about a quarter of a mile away, hidden behind a bus depot. Then you have to walk to ...

      Wet, wet and more wet

      A travel blog entry by alansdown-allen on Nov 05, 2010

      23 photos

      ... he told us that the roads were closed when we asked at 8am but they may be open later but not much more than that. The coastal road in Domingo seems to be in a really bad state (lots of bridges out and sections washed away) whilst the roads south of here towards Panama have numerous landslides and unfortunately are quite mountainous with a river relatively close by (not the best combination). It has been raining solidly for at least 24hrs and ...