Hotel & Club Punta Leona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I jumped up and stood on the board and rode the wave in to the shore! Shocked and elated as apparently only 5% of beginners stand up the first time!
The lesson was only and hour and so later that afternoon Oli and I took the boards to our beach to try again. The waves were quite different and I only managed to stand once, and even Oli wasn't having much luck. So a little deflated we gave up and I signed up for more lessons the next day.
... of us are big on birthday celebrations for ourselves so for both of our birthdays we just enjoyed relaxing days and nice dinners out. On the weekend before my birthday, there was a massive gathering of bikers in Jaco. We walked by the area where many bikes were parked and admired the different types and styles.
Although we haven't really done anything "big" or adventurous here yet, we are enjoying our time here and the "Pura Vida" lifestyle of Costa ...
... no rice and beans, withdrawal symptoms setting in (ha, ha).
Montezuma is still on the Pacific Coast and the sea has a gorgeous temperature. The beach is grey, not white sands like the Caribean side. We went for walks and also swam in the pool in the river underneath a big waterfall.
It is very laid back and the weather is sunny and hot!! Loving it!! I:-) so we decided to stay another ...
... and along the shore. It was my first time paddleboarding in the ocean and twenty fish jumped out of the water and over the board. A few slammed into my legs and for a second I thought they had bit me. It was shocking! The view of the coastline was impressive on the boat ride to and from the island. The cliffs, rock face and forestry were stunning. Upon return to Montezuma, we headed to see the ...
Our routine at present is coffee in morning, then fasting until around 11 am and then fixing a brunch, siesta, then head down into the village for dinner. The kitchen is quite hot in the evening so this is a welcome plan. We will probably have some dinners upstairs before the trip is over.
During the day we do some exercises, yoga, work on travel stories, and Robert makes trips to the store as needed for supplies. Trying to ...