Lodge Ylang Ylang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Bambi's bike didn't have a basket to carry it in...
Annabelle on a bike with boxed wine in hand and change in the other in the pitch dark on a tiny dirt road... Recipe for disaster... My stupid yoga pant leg got caught in some part of the pedal... The timing couldn't have been worse, as I had just started to cross the big road which is the closest thing to a highway this town has, and the cars FLY down it, but they are not frequent. I ...
... weather turned into glorious sunshine! We decided as there wasn't much to do in montezuma to catch a bus to nearby Santa Teresa, which is a growingly popular area with good surfing. We had to catch too buses, one of which we thought was going to tell us to all get off and walk up the hill instead as we have never seen a vehicle struggling so much! People on horses were overtaking us!
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... down to the coast and to the port town of Punterenas. From here we caught the ferry and had a 1 hour crossing to the peninsula and then we ware straight on another bus to Montezuma.
The water in Montezuma isn't that great with apparent pollution from the speedboats. The food is pretty nice and fresh, but if I'm honest, the town seems have a segregated vibe and lacks atmosphere.Tomorrow we head to Santa Theresa in a bid to find a more perfect ...
... watch her light up when they come around.
Also at lunch were two boys and their father--a trio we have run into no fewer than 5 times at various places in and around Montezuma. They always stood out because one of the pre-teen sons bears an uncanny resemblance to the evil blond actor in "Die Hard. Anyway, I ended up joking with the dad that I felt like we were on the same travel circuit. He asked me where we were staying and I told him Cabuya, and ...
... we set
the GPS and off we went.
I'm actually not sure
what road we took to the Puntarenas ferry, but it was really easy and
had quite a few tolls. Luckily, we exchanged for some colones at the
Holiday Inn Express beforehand. I found the highway incredibly easy to
navigate, just be aware that they often add lanes only to take them away
again. Sometimes it is for trucks to ...