Lodge Ylang Ylang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... each, 2 eggs, bread, papaya, and I had some of my special liquidy yogurt I always by when I am south of the border. LOVELY...
After breakfast we rode our bikes to "La Vela Latina" the restaurant where Bambi works and we walked down the beach together. The owner Nick made coffee and let us go behind the bar and make our own for free. Soooo many benefits to traveling with a local...
Costa Rica played England today... I felt half ...
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 ...
... to speak properly (not sure he
sobered up for the two days we stayed there), and in a slurred cocktail of English
and Spanish tried to ask us where we were from, which started with “donde esta
tu…………….f rom” but soon broke down to him shouting European countries at us. His
friends who were also staying with us were a leather clad, white maned,
constantly shouting Hell’s Angel, and a somewhat ...
... on the sweat.
Things seem to slow down and you take time to enjoy the scenery, visit with people and generally enjoy being there in Montezuma. We always seem to meet nice people, enjoy great conversations, and good food to say nothing of the beautiful sunrises each morning to start your day.
Below is a collection of photos from the last of our 13 nights in Montezuma.
... a mate.
We also got to see the masked tityra putting on quite a show for us moving from tree to tree. We hiked/birded for about hour and a half stopping when we heard a bird and saw movement in the trees. Stopped for a snack where Robert had seen a parrot slide down a palm frond on tree into a hole quite possibly a nest.
The area we walk on is shaded in the early morning for over half of the walk and ...