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Montezuma! (The incredible journey)
Well, we made it. It took us (in this order):
Taxi, bus (delayed an hour while the road was blocked in front of us by a car on fire), taxi, taxi, bus, ferry, busto get here, but we made it! Mostly due to our lack of research, our low level of Spanish language and our non-checking of ferry …
... lives a commercial fisherman who sells his catch from his house. We ventured down there early in the morning. I asked at the house and was directed to the back of the property where in a small cement building, were 3 large chest freezers. A little boy directed me to a freezer and opened. Inside, it had about 100 half-frozen red fish and one shark. We ended up with a whole red snapper, a bag of jumbo shrimp, and a 3 pound section of tuna, all caught this morning…fish on ...
... to San Jose
for our flight out of Central America, and the end of our first leg of
travelling. We spent another day on buses and boats, and made it to the capital
that evening. We decided we’d finish off Central with a big family Chinese, so
down the road we headed to a recommended restaurant. It was a very surreal
meal. Firstly the restaurant was in a large function hall (and would be hosting
Miss Costa Rica in a week’s time) and ...
... travel stories about Africa .
Turns out that Ray is on another epic trip, traveling the world for what he hopes. for 18 months He is a musician with his own amplifier and guitar and a host of good stories. He is also doing a documentary on travelers he meets as he moves around.
Had a good time visiting with him and the girls he had arrived with from Manuel Antonio. They were only able to stay at Luna Llena one night but Ray came ...
After an agonizing several days of being unsettled, we have finally found our home. "Casa Astrid" is located on a quiet road in the town of Cabuya, a quiet fishing village near Montzuma. Nestled under some extraordinary shade trees, our small house sits less than a hundred meters from the ocean. Upon our arrival, an iguana was eating flowers off the hedge, and two little dogs excitedly greeted us. We knew it was going to be ...