Hotel Amor de Mar
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- Outdoor pool
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Amor de Mar Montezuma
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... normal;">Poor visibility due mainly too "red tide". It's plankton turned algae, can b very toxic, El Niņo related.
We all had great food on the beach for lunch, a small pug and a young deer came to watch
... further north along the peninsula's pristine coast of dry tropical forests full of howlers and capuchins, set against idyllic beaches where waves crashed violently against rocks. As time pushed on and we ventured further afield the beaches became increasingly beautiful and less and less populated by the local Ticos (Costa Ricans) celebrating the bank holiday. This culminated in the magnificent Playa Cocolito, a long beach of fine sand, with small waves (unlike the ...
... it was soon standing room only.
Puntarenas is only 70km or so away, but most of the journey winds its way over the mountains before descending on some very rough roads down to the main highway that runs to the coast. With the sun just beginning to rise, the light beautifully lit up the hills and valleys with a golden hew that was an unexpected bonus. It was just a pity that we were crammed in like battery hens or I would have tried to get my camera out ...
... while cherishing their past.
Family Navarro Umana started to grow organic coffee not too long ago. They are passionate about it and very happy to live in harmony with nature, protecting its wonders.
Family Navarro Umana invited us for a coffee break with delicious organic flavorful coffee from their plantation.
What a wonderful day! What a wonderful organic way of life!
Thank your Family Navarro Umana! Thank you Senior Luis Solis!
... and my entire Self was in a state of dismay.
This week, one year ago, proved to be one of self-realization, growth, and my first step towards enlightenment. Three weeks later, 8/18/12, I told the great "I am" that I would live for him - forever more.
This week too has proven to be one of great renewal and rebirth. I have made several covenants with God. Wednesday, after realizing I would be "staying home sick" ...