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 …
... but it was tasty!! Then we headed back to the house (in the car!). We watched the sunset tonight from the terrace. The colours were amazing - pinks, reds, purples. The whole sky was lit up like fire. And again, rather than any dinner, we say on the porch and cut up the pineapple! I've never had a pineapple like it! So sweet and tasty. Costa Rica is famous for its pineapples! But they taste nothing like the imported ones that we get in England. After a long, ...
... feel slightly appealing, but the $3.5 local bus finally turned up and we were on our way, winding though the hills and little seaside villages we came to a shocking dirt road, it was the turn off for Montazuma. The rocky road in came to a very small sea side bo-ho hippie surf town, a tropical paradise, where the jungle meets the ocean. Mango trees, rock pools and drift wood lined the black sandy shores, it was so different to every beach spot we'd been to so far. We strolled around ...
... all in spanish. Great motivation to learn Espanol. Oh well...such is life.
We have also learned that the local police really don't have any power whatsoever. We had 5 people on our ATV last night, and no helmets, and 3 were children and passed right by the police station and waved at the 2 policeman on the street....no problem. As I mentioned before...when the Traffico come to town from the mainland....everyone ...
... lunch and a swim in Santa Teresa. After white knuckling the entire trip west, we decided it was best to get back over to "our" side of the peninsula and give the waterfalls a go.
This leads us to the second time tht day that Cheri and I asked ourselves....REALLY????? Are we really going to do this?
The path was but 12 inches wide, muddy, next to a sheer drop of lets just say 300 feet. Roots acted as our handrails and to ...