Lodge Ylang Ylang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Besides frolicking in the 27C degree balmy ocean, one can enjoy some serious surfing, go horseback riding, Stand up paddle boarding in the calm bay of Malpais, zipline trough the jungle or hike to the beautiful Montezuma waterfalls where the brave will show off their best swan dive deep, deep down into the cool pool of water below.
Easy to say, I'm going to be one of those people that goes; "OMG, ...
... to Luna Llena from Cristina's in Tambor. The cost was $40 which might seem high but if we did not use the shuttle, we would have to wait at the bus stop and hope the bus was not full heading to Cobano. From Cobano we would have to take another bus to Montezuma where we would be dropped off at the bottom of the hill. It would be problematic to get the bags safely back up the hill on foot because of the narrow road, traffic and ...
... rain starting to come down. Ryan, our instructor, decided to cancel the lesson. So in true Costa Rican style we went with it. We shopped, tried on bikinis, booked our shuttle and had a nice dinner. Although the day was nothing like I had imagined, it was a great food day and my nap was perfection. Food Update: Watermelon, Lemon and Mint Smoothie for breakfast. Falafel pita for lunch. Calamari & Wasabi tuna for ...
... are busy chattering at us as we sit outside and work on travel stories moving up and down the branches.
One day we heard the familar call of the motmot, a most unusual bird found here. Their coloration is beautiful and they have two feathers that hang down by a long shaft and at the end of the shaft are two beautiful feathers.
We have seen some small birds flitting about ...
... played around the porch while we fed them peanuts. Took more photos and videos than anyone other than us will ever want to see!
We then took a brief taxi ride with Yita (more about her later) to the trail entrance leading to the waterfalls. About a half-hour hike through streams, the woods, climbing boulders, carefully picking our way among the rocks, we came upon a beautiful waterfall. We should've left earlier as there were already lots of other ...