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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... back. Hummingbirds look cute but they are aggressive and guard their territory, we are watching one flying really quickly then hitting butterflies that come near its flowers.
Freddie - baby howler monkeys.
William - a tiny hummingbird the size of a 2p coin
Freddie - seeing monkeys climbing around us. Eating fresh raw fish.
William - it has all been brilliant!
Montezuma was a shuttle-ferry-shuttle ride away from La Fortuna, on the east side of Costa Rica in the Nicoya province. It used to be a fishing village but is beginning to get steadily more popular with eco-tourists, yoga hippies and backpackers. It's a small town with a few nice nearby beaches, a handful of restaurants, supermarkets and a bunch of souvenir shops. There were also apparently some ...
... the feeling that I needed to force myself to take it easy as there was always the urge to go off on a day trip or hike up to some scenic viewpoint.
Some of us headed down to a bar that had an open-mic spot and where a couple of the Finnish girls from the hostel were singing a few songs. Pete also turned up with his ukelele. (I did check and he is well aware of the legend that is George Formby!). Of course, I then bumped into John and Edie, a ...
... along looking for something for his dinner. They are always so interesting to watch as they hunt along!
As we moved up the river, heard the familiar call of the trogons in the tree across from where we were walking. Moved over to where they were and watched them for awhile. Another squirrel cuckoo moved around where we were watching. Had an enjoyable day walking as far as we could go and then headed back.
Walked over to ...
... receive attention in the United States but was very popular in South Africa during the apartheid regime. The story is about two fans attempt to find out what had happened to him. The couple Katherine and Jeff were having a movie night at their house in Cabuya and invited us to attend. Getting back to Montezuma is the big sticking point for us. Headed back up the hill for one last cooling off drink.