Nature Lodge Finca los Caballos
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... would and would make a salad for the dinner. He had fresh tuna and mackerel, a lot of it! Went upstairs and joined in the fun. Robert had gone to town to get salad ingredients and also got one of the giant squash which I grilled along with the fish.
Added to this was rice, broccoli, our salad and a mango, tomato, purple ...
... 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 ...
... towers everywhere and everyone has cell phones....everyone except US because we are not residents. Much tougher for us to get a phone and big price tag for us. A local can get a free smart phone and service costs $20 bucks a month. We can pay a local to go get a cell phone for us, because they will give the same guy as many smart phones as they have in stock, no questions asked, but it really won't benefit us because ...
... hopefully catch a dorado (mahi mahi)--missed it unfortunately. We landed on the beach in Montezuma and offloaded the bags. Was fun trying to roll our wheelie suitcases across the sandy beach. [Note to self: bring backpack instead next time].
Our hotel--Luz do Mono--was a short walk from the beach. Our casita wasn't quite ready so we had lunch at Organics, an organic cafe with lots of vegan options for Drew. Not cheap (very expensive in fact) ...
... it was determined that we should take a team photo before we got too dirty and sweaty. Happy and sad to be on site one last time!
Although it was the hottest day yet, it was a very productive morning. Finished up on many different tasks from site cleanup to trench digging. One of the final things to do was to add our names to a dusty window the locals signed as well as sign the Habitat banner.
Lunch was welcomed with ...