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Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... Interesting thing about monkeys, when filming them, you never know what you are going to get! Video coming soon.......
September 13, 2013
My niece Lindsey's 16th birthday. I feel sad that I miss a lot of their growing up but so very lucky that I have the greatest 12 nieces and nephews there are. Happy birthday Woo!
Today in Costa Rica it is their Independence Day. We will be going down to town for ...
... black. The
owner was an interesting one: a hippy lady with a vested interest in the
surrounding jungle, who terrified the girls with a handful of bugs that looked
like jewels and a crazy dance when it started raining. Our fellow guests were
equally special. As we sat in the kitchen on our first night, in stumbled an
old American ‘dude’ in a huge grey vest and a floppy white hat (his uniform for
the duration of our stay). He was ...
... around the Lake Nokomis area! It is shocking how many people I've met on my travels that have been from Minnesota.
After arriving at the starting point for our zip-line tour, we were introduced to our guides and then outfitted in our harnesses and safety equipment. I was pretty excited to zip-line as it was one of the items I had on my "bucket list" for my Central America trip. Our group consisted of eleven people total. There ...
... The service is first class and the food was delicious both nights we ate there. The setting is so beautiful and romantic ! You should go if you are in Montezuma!
On the way back we took the somewhat rough sand and caliche road through the edge of the bosque because it seemed that it might be easier than walking back on the beach.
It was pretty dark and spooky in parts but we made it back to town without incident. Adventure travel!
... The pictures speak for themselves! We had dinner at a delicious (and very romantic) Mediterranean restaurant on the beach - called Playa de los Artistas- where we literally had our feet in the sand ( apparently it's completely illegal as beaches are public space in Costa Rica, but who cares?!) Gabe had an octopus salad and I had a cheese stuffed pepper accompanied with delicious wine, hmmm, it had been a ...