Travel Blogs from Montezuma
In the morning we walked to the bus station in town and caught the 9am bus to Playa Naranjo. We had to do things a little crazily in order to get to Montezuma. The only buses that go to Montezuma are out of Paquera. By taking the bus to Playa Naranjo we could catch a ferry over to the mainland at Puntarenas and then catch the next ferry BACK to the …
Jenny's hostel was cheap and awful
Series of 3 waterfalls
Walked out to playa grande...a very nice beach
Again got asked to buy weed several times...there were lots of potheads selling their handicrafts on the side of the road to pay for their habit.
Got 2 john grisham books …
Hi Folks. Well, today, I did a Canopy Tour which consists of zip lining across from tree to tree. It was pretty cool and exciting. Of course, it's not as adrenaline rushing as bungee jumping, but I think that's as far and as extreme I'll go for now. I may be interested in doing a Canoning Tour if they have it in Santa Teresa. After the Canopy Tour …
... 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!
Finding accomodation ...
... fairly disappointed. It matched the description of packed sprawling
urban metropolis pretty perfectly, and the one old colonial square we came
across did have a nice old church in it, but was then surrounded by branches of
every single fast food chain on the planet crammed into every available
building. SO after a bit of an odd assortment of Costa Rica’s destinations
sampled, we headed to the airport to fly to Colombia and South America.
Pitch black showers, unclean toilet area, loud roosters in the AM
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