Hotel La Cascada
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... exhausted, I fell into bed. But I’d awaken several times, to the Howlers in the trees, just outside my bedroom window. At exactly 6 am, the sun rises directly on our beach, in a deep red/orange that slowly evolves into yellow then white as it transits upward to warm the morning.; It was low tide on this breezeless morning. The ocean had moved its base of operations a half-mile out, leaving behind a rocky surface that more resembled the moon, than a beach. Two doors down, ...
... a block away from a beautiful beach, where you can sit out on your upstairs balcony, hammock it up, while looking out over said ocean or continue to chill while having creative project meetings in your own pretty pool: do you really need a taxi to go far? We did end up going a decent distance though. It was a must to see the local waterfall that Montezuma is ...
... clutter, and the beautiful gardens you can often spot interesting wildlife in the native bush right inside the town.
On several trips we have come to see the Yellow throated Tiger Heron as the 'king' of the wildlife in Montezuma . Stalking and hunting and strutting along the beach or the beachfront bosque it will suddenly and surprisingly extend its head and neck to double its height, baring its crown jewels, the beautiful yellow patch ...
... warning us not to trespass.
There are signs that this road is being improved quite possibly to develop, ie, telephone poles in place but no wires as of yet.
We decided it was a good birding road because you could hear the sound of birds all around. The chachalacas were sounding off, and the magpie jays were being bombarded by the scissor-tailed flycatchers.
This hike also treated us to ...
... with fish, APs with chicken) and wow! SOOOOO tasty we gobbled it all up savouring the flavours, and since being home have continued to attempt to recreate this delicacy!! The restaurant is 'Cocolones', go there!
Another note on Montezuma was our hostel (Luz en el Ceilo) was fantastic and the included breakfast was traditional Costa Rican mix of a banana, some pineapple, rice and beans, a fried egg and toast all on one plate. Rico!