La Aurora Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Our trip to Montezuma showed that first impressions are not always what they seem. We had left the idyllic Bahia Drake with its hoards of scarlet macaws, monkeys and sloths the previous day, travelling to the coastal town of Jacó. The day had comprised of an early morning boat ride to Sierpe, from where our swindling taxi driver Marcos drove …
... became very apparent. The accomodation was super expensive and really ****. It was almost like they didn't need to try because it was such a popular place they could charge what ever they liked for anything they wanted. This understandably put a bad taste in our mouths. Regardless we found something that would do and decided we needed to stroll around town and take a swim in hope that our first impressions of what felt notoriously like a tourist trap would be lifted. As we walked ...
Our last day in Montezuma started again with breakfast with the monkeys. I decided to forego all the photo opps, having taken so many photos and videos the day before. It will probably take me all day to upload them when we get home as it is.
The boys went spearfishing for a few hours. Jill and I looked into horseback riding but, being high season and late notice, all of the tours were full. Next time we'll know to book in advance. ...
... we made it
onto a bus headed (supposedly) for Monteverde.
Two hours later the bus stopped, and we were left standing
in the dust at the side of the motorway with all our worldly possessions and no
clue about where we were. We took shelter in a car park across the road as it
began to rain, trying to figure out how to reach our destination when like
something from a horror film, a little old lady crept from a boarded up shop
but then ...
... Montezuma restaurant which is at the end of the street in Montezuma. There is usually a nice breeze, view of the ocean and a great place to watch people. The food is good as well and reasonably priced.
On this trip we have indulged in fruit drinks at a "soda" across from the Montezuma. We did this after we had done a hike and wanted to cool down before we made the trek up to Luna Llena. Imagine if you will a cool drink of ...