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... might have been the highlight of the day. But upon finding the perfect apartment in Santa Teresa and seeing the beach from paradise, it turns out there was some stiff competition. Seeing the beach was a surreal experience. It is definitely paradise! Food update: Today I ate Marlin Casado at The Funky Monkey. I savoured every bite and thought of proposing to the ...
... town in Costa Rica. Again a place we had heard great things about. So full of grand expectations we pulled in at Tamarindo and to my complete surprise it was so built up and modern. In a strange kind of way it reminded me of Noosa. Obviously not a bad thing, but again it really didn't feel like I was in Costa Rica. Trying not to judge too quickly we strolled around town with our packs in the blistering heat searching for a place to stay for the night and as we did there was one ...
... and the waterfalls and are shower finally gets fixed and there's warm water and I like Montezuma and the Jewelry stands and the coconut trucks and watermelon trucks and the smoothie stands and some of the markets are close and the bike rides and I cant wait to go horse back riding and I like everything about Costa Rica you can drink water everywhere except the ocean. Costa Rica is GREAT!!!
Costa Rica was quite an odd leg to our journey; despite
spending for us a fairly long time there, it doesn’t really feel like we got to
see much of it. Our first stop was Monteverde up in the cloud forest and as per
usual our journey there was fairly stressful. We woke up bright and early to
catch the first boat off of Ometepe, and from the mainland took a taxi to the
border. Helpfully the border crossing lacked any signs or order, ...
... on the sweat.
Things seem to slow down and you take time to enjoy the scenery, visit with people and generally enjoy being there in Montezuma. We always seem to meet nice people, enjoy great conversations, and good food to say nothing of the beautiful sunrises each morning to start your day.
Below is a collection of photos from the last of our 13 nights in Montezuma.