Nature Lodge Finca los Caballos
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... a freshly caught red snapper, barbequed and served whole at a local soda on our last night which we enjoyed while gazing at the red moon of a lunar eclipse. So it was that on our final day as we were woken by the loud grunts of nearby howler monkeys we were sad to leave this tropical beauty behind, but ahead of us lay the road into the highlands, where we hoped the air would be fresher and the sun less intense. We were truly ready to leave the coast and cool down in ...
... as soon as I was on board, I made for the back of the boat where there was a shaded area on the top deck. I guessed that unlike a normal ship which would have to turn around, the ferry would simply move straight out and so it proved, so I had a good view as we made our way across to Paquera.
The crossing is fairly short and just over an hour and a bit. Once again, the taxi drivers were out in force when we landed, however just as the guidebook ...
... The history of Cabo Blanco is quite interesting. A couple from Sweden came to Costa Rica and settled near Montezuma. They saw that much of the Nicoya Peninsula was being cleared and they took steps to preserve the wilderness. They managed to convince the government to creat a park; Cabo Blanco. The man was continuing to do the same on the Osa Corcovado Peninsula when he was murdered because of his efforts. Eventually ...
... bus. Little past 8:00 a.m. and we were on the bus headed to Montezuma. From what could see, many of the people on this particular bus worked in the various hotels and resorts strung out along the road between Cobano and Montezuma. Bus driver let us off right at Luna Llena so saved us walking back up from town.
Went upstairs and fixed egg, potato, and sausage with chips for breakfast along with a fruit ...
... island but headed back to where we would catch the bus.
While we were waiting for the bus got to meet one of the characters that live in Cabuya that had been in the bakery and came out and started talking to us. Evidently needed to talk and we heard a lot of different things about Cabuya and his life when he lived in the United States.
Caught the bus back to Montezuma and went and bought some groceries for dinner. We fixed ...