Pension Jenny

Address: Montezuma, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Pension
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Jenny Montezuma

Reviewed by journeyjoy

Pension Jenny

Reviewed Oct 18, 2011
by (27 reviews) Sacramento, California , United States Flag of United States

Pitch black showers, unclean toilet area, loud roosters in the AM

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Travel Blogs from Montezuma

Vamos a la playa en Montezuma

A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Apr 06, 2015

14 photos

... further north along the peninsula's pristine coast of dry tropical forests full of howlers and capuchins, set against idyllic beaches where waves crashed violently against rocks. As time pushed on and we ventured further afield the beaches became increasingly beautiful and less and less populated by the local Ticos (Costa Ricans) celebrating the bank holiday. This culminated in the magnificent Playa Cocolito, a long beach of fine sand, with small waves (unlike the ...

Beach Bumming Montezuma style

A travel blog entry by themcgee on Mar 23, 2015

9 photos

... a few shots.

Just under three hours later we arrived in Puntarenas, a port which was the embarkation point for the Nicoyan peninsula. The usual throng of taxi drivers met the bus, but along with a French couple that had stayed at the same hostel in Monteverde, I decided to walk the mile or so to the ferry terminal. The beaches along the side of the road looked quite decent for a working port.

At the terminal, I joined the queue to buy a ...

'Home' at Luna Llena, and first night Live Music

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Mar 03, 2015

42 photos

... 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 ...

Untouched beauty of the Pacific

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 01, 2014

11 photos

... the roads were stalls upon stalls, seemingly forever, of fruit!! Mangos the size of my head, avocados a similar size (!), rambutan (my favourite!), pineapples, water apples, guava, guanabaya, fruits I've never seen before. Wow. It was amazing!! Here they are also famous for a sugared grapefruit. I didn't try that. And dehydrated bananas - literally a whole banana dried, but still very squidgy. They were delicious!! I bought a few things - couldn't resist, but ...


A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Mar 08, 2014

22 photos

... fired off a message on Facebook, hoping they get it and to our complete and utter shock ten minutes later they wrote back saying they were literally walking to the boat to leave San Marco and got our message so they ran to our hostel where we were staying and asked about the lock. They were so excited they had successfully found it, they sent through a photo of beautiful Hanneka holding the lock chain proudly. I yelped as I read the message, calling out to stu "I can't believe ...