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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.
... in her demeanor. She asked if we wanted breakfast and confirmed our departure time of 6 in the morning. Sleep never came, just restlessness to the hum of the window air conditioner. By 6:30 the next morning we were enroute to Puntarenas in a 3 row shuttle van that weaved through the narrow city streets, as the a/c tried but failed to keep the passengers cool. I’d purchased 2 bottles of Bailey’s at the Miami duty-free store, and carefully placed them in the back of ...
... the ocean but I'm scared about riptides and dropping off a cliff in the ocean, I like the beach a lot and me and Noah find a lot of sea shells and coral. we like building sand castles and getting thrown on the beach by a big wave, we see a lot of crabs, hermit crabs and tiny fish. when the tide was low Tyler and Enoch walked out to the island of the dead is what it's called because there is ...
... trees whilst watching the slow daily rhythms of Guatemalan locals navigate their day, completing my Spanish homework. Yep, it works for me, anytime. So, as with most stuff these days, I've decided to stop with the self discipline and let indulgence back into my life, sticking two fingers up to the high acidity levels and post-buzz comedowns concordant with a caffeine habit. Alkalising lemon water is still there, but frankly, a morning cup of herbal tea can shove off; ...
It doesn't take long to get into the rhythm of Montezuma. Your pace slows both because of the heat and just taking time to look around at the sights and sounds. But you have to be careful not to trip and fall because that hurts!
Things are pretty much as they were two years ago when we were here. There seem to be more people staying for 3 weeks or longer here at Luna Llena. There is a couple here we met when we were here two years ago! But, there ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Celaje Cabuya
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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