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The first few days it takes time to recoup from the day flying and traveling to the Nicoya Penisula.
Everyone is healthy and has gotten over the colds they had when we left.
Al, yes there are a lot of organic farmer markets to get produce. Montezuma and Cobano.
... to the beach with only the key. Welppppp... in true Katie Fox fashion I dropped the key in the ocean. We looked everywhere for it but it was gone. Well, no big deal, right? We can just go to the hotel office and ask for a new key. WRONG! This is not the Holiday Inn. It is a tiny little place on the beach in Central America, and the office was closed. No problemo! The girl who worked in the office, Priscilla, gave us her phone number to call in case ...
After an agonizing several days of being unsettled, we have finally found our home. "Casa Astrid" is located on a quiet road in the town of Cabuya, a quiet fishing village near Montzuma. Nestled under some extraordinary shade trees, our small house sits less than a hundred meters from the ocean. Upon our arrival, an iguana was eating flowers off the hedge, and two little dogs excitedly greeted us. We knew it was going to be ...
... waves and got breaks. Amanda and I walk around, taking pictures and absorbing the gorgeous scenery. The closer you get to the water the less sandy it becomes and there are lots of little rocks and shells. There are also several large rock outcroppings the waves are crashing against and creating some small temporary tide pools. For the next half an hour or so we both are walking around filling our hands with small treasures we ...
... to go and wanted to give us a ride. Finally, a helpful taxi driver was able to get Sansa airlines on the phone and they confirmed our reservation. Not only that, they told us the terminal was just around the corner and that they were waiting for us!
We booked it over to the other terminal and I think both Maka and I looked at each other funny when they asked not only to weigh our luggage but each of us had to get on the scale too. We boarded the small ...
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Marco is very helpful and allowed us to stay in his home. Cabuya is a remote village off the tourist trail.
Very nice staff.
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