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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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Travel Blogs from Cabuya
... was a nice breeze coming off the water and so that made walking very pleasant.
We headed up into the forest/trees to walk in the shade for part of the way. There are some interesting tree trunks as you walk along. Some of them, with a little imagination, look like the tree is human and has arms beseeching you to come closer. Found a few clearing and watched some of the early morning antics of birds out looking for something to eat. Saw ...
... across too much land. We're now in the open Pacific heading north along the Costa Rican Coast. Although the swell is only just over 1 metre, the wind is gale force once again and we're experiencing some pitching and rolling not evidenced since our transatlantic ...
... as we passed by. One more turn and we were back on the beach. Playa Hermosa. This is where a lot of people come to surf - and it was certainly a lot busier! Still, can't have been more than 50 people there. But even despite the people, it was still beautiful. And it was here that I had my first swim in the Pacific Ocean! It was fairly wavy and not conducive to swimming! So we just bobbed around, getting knocked over by the large waves! It was fun. After a while in ...
... for about 30 minutes....then Laura sits and waits and Robert continues on further.
We have done some exercises and yoga outside our room to help get a little exercise. Nonetheless, we have been able to enjoy the beautiful scenery that is everywhere you look in Montezuma. The nice beaches, gentle breezes and sounds of the crashing waves are all great to see and hear!
... van. The driver didn’t like my loading and moved the package elsewhere. After the 90 minute drive the shuttle parked and unloaded us across from the boat dock, and we were given tickets for the car ferry that would sail us across the Gulf of Nicoya, a 70 minute trip, to the dock at Playa Naranjo. We’d gotten on the ship an hour before departure and while sitting on the top deck, enjoying the view, I remembered that I did not have my Bailey’s. In the ...