Nature Lodge Finca los Caballos
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Montezuma is a laid-back hippy kind of town. It is a half-hour walk down from our villa to the town, which we have visited a couple of times now. In the picture of the main road, the guy on the right has dreadlocks tied into a turban and he is juggling. It's that kind of a place! This is also accompanied by the strains of reggae music playing from the shops ...
... 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 ...
... water. Sounded perfectly reasonable to us but first thing we did when we got in our room was fill our bucket with water and draw up water to purify for drinking
Calocita does have a nice kitchen that is open and does not seem quite as hot as we have experienced but only one fairly small refrigerator that was fairly full. Went upstairs to the "chill room" that is right above the kitchen and is open in the front and top sides and so there was cool ...
... where they make coconut oil to sell. The men were using like a rasp to shave the coconut out of the husk and then they must press it in some way. We did not see the whole process but we did buy a small bottle for cooking.
Walked on down toward Celaje Restaurant Bar Lodge. Not quite sure if the bar is known as the Pirata bar because that is what the signs you see as you move along have. When we got to the place, Laura was worried that we ...
... and walked to a magic oasis called 'Aqua Caliente' (Hot Water). Surrounded by tropical trees, next to a big and sparkling river we discovered two natural tropical pools, filled with clear and warm thermal water. Senior Solis went for a swim while we were relaxing next to the pool with our feet inside the water.
Thank you Karen and Senior Solis for this wonderful day!