Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... salsa. All quite delicious! There was enough food that everyone that was upstairs got to have a taste of the fish. Had fun visiting with some of the other visitors.
Our days are coming to an end and we will be moving on to meet up with friend Craig who lives above the town of Parrita on the road to Purriscal and San Jose.
... need" unless you get to San Jose, 5 hours away. No walmarts, very remote. Very frustrating when we are used to having everything we need. It's all good for us. For instance.....we brought a hammock and we need a rope to hang it. Nobody sells rope so you walk down the road and if you see something that you need...someone will sell it to you or share with you etc...which is what Brian did this morning. A gentleman had some rope coiled in ...
Back for a refreshing swim and chat with Susan in the pool. Guess I must be looking tanned as Susan thought I had some "Thai" in me!! It's actually cooler now!! a pleasant relief!
Feeling tremendously content with life today - must be from beating Rich twice at Scrabble - heh - not really, just settling in to relaxville - the yoga being such a tremendous part of getting ...
... lunch and a swim in Santa Teresa. After white knuckling the entire trip west, we decided it was best to get back over to "our" side of the peninsula and give the waterfalls a go.
This leads us to the second time tht day that Cheri and I asked ourselves....REALLY????? Are we really going to do this?
The path was but 12 inches wide, muddy, next to a sheer drop of lets just say 300 feet. Roots acted as our handrails and to ...
... each other like baby monkeys before
being pushed out over the major drop. Things got steadily more adrenaline
fuelled as at faster and faster speeds gravity slammed us (some more than
others…Bethany) into the waiting trees, platforms or unfortunate guides. Things
reached a hideous climax at the somewhat bowel wrenching Tarzan Swing. As
someone who is not a fan of heights this was an interesting one. First you had
to pigeon step your ...