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Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... on this jungle-beach property. The open air rooms, lack of glass in any window, natural wood walls, beams, and ceramic tile floors, make it a perfect place to relax and enjoy. The owner has an information booklet with some useful tips; there are snakes, but most are just boa constrictors, and not to worry about the scorpions, their bite is similar to a bee sting, and is not deadly. Things like that, give comfort to the weary traveler. But the book also pointed out that 2 ...
... amounts of grey green water at low tide, which reached
out to the sea where waves broke ferociously. To the right was a tiny wooded
island with the remains of a chapel just visible in the greenery, whilst on the
beach was the huge bleached white skeleton of a fallen tree on which a flock of
massive black vultures perched. Being fabulously British, we marched on in,
laid out towels, and got sunbathing.
The next day we had to leave the beach ...
... the newcomers every day that stay for a day or two and then move on.
One night we were sitting by the fence enjoying the breeze when a guy joined us. The usual where are you from? ensued and he was from Oklahoma City. Robert started in giving me a hard time as usual for being born in OK and spending only a few years there but still claiming to be from Oklahoma. Ray laughed and said well he was traveling around smiling and having a good time. ...
... here/ has great detailed directions on how to get to Montezuma
We saw a sign that said Ruta de Evacuacion. We decided to hike up it. Montezuma is on a narrow spit of land at the base of cliffs, and this route is up toward the top. We were unable to go the entire way because of a locked gate, but the views were gorgeous.
Water access in the kitchen was back to normal the next day.
... nursing school so we talk about that, another nursing student. Cool beans =) We arrive at what looks like a zip lining platform and see stairs that descend to what must be the river and we go. It does go to the river but now we are on top of the waterfall and can’t really see it. It is still pretty though, for chocolate milk, he, he. We say goodbye to Evan and Erica and start to head back because we need time to eat and get on ...