Hotel Amor de Mar
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... prices are high.
Fortunately the Montezuma crowd has adopted the long and glorious tradition of buying your booze from the mini-mart and sitting on the curb while drinking it. Basically you hang out and watch other people buy expensive mixed drinks inside Chico’s bar. We broke down one night and bought a round at Chico’s. Alan had a beer, but I had to have a fancy mixed drink – I mean, how much could it possibly cost? Fourteen ...
... the shady garden hammocks as the waves splash onto the rocks a few metres away. There is one dirt track in and out of the village, and the surrounding coastline is a mix of rainforest, rugged rock shelves and wide, empty, sandy beaches - so there is a real feeling of isolation and wilderness. Thankfully though I can pick up the hostel wifi from my hammock so I can keep track of the final round of the Masters.
The past week has had a very different feel about it due ...
... how on earth we had the ability to travel for 12 months. They had a vacation of a full 8 days from Colorado where they had left there 9mth year old baby with the grandparents. Again, I almost felt embarrassed discussing the details and telling them that “it was actually out second year off in 5 years” where we had decided to travel the world...without working. It was just a concept to foreign to them when their economy was shot to pieces and you had a whole two ...
... strapped to the ceiling to cool us off. Last night in comfort before Campanario. There was a hike around town and we got to see one of the famous spheres, which was apparently photographed with a different camera so I will try to add a picture later. Followed by an outing to the local bar/karaoke/town center area that was, as Danny would say, unbeleeeeevable.
... an end.
What´s next? With one more week left, we´re going to try to squeeze the best o´the best of CR by first going to San Gerardo and climbing Chirripo mountain, and then heading to Mal Pais for a few days of yoga and sun before heading back to the states.
A little bit about Chirripo--it´s the tallest mountain in central america at 3820m above sea level and if you´re lucky and up at 5am on the summit, you can see both the Caribbean ...