Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... looking for. As we packed up I disappointedly realised we had misplaced our very expensive long cable combination lock. A device we used almost daily to lock up all our bags together. We traced it back to San Marco at Lake Atitlan and realised we must have left it attached to the frame of the spare bed where we had tied it up. Then an amazing realisation popped into my head. Hanneka and Huib were too heading to San Marco, in fact we were sure they were there right at that moment. So ...
... be by dinner time. The sounds here are unique and wonderful. The birds, bugs and frogs with an ocean background sound more like a cd, than reality. And lest I forget, that most recognizable of jungle animals…the French Poodle. Yes, some other folks arrived with children and a dog…bless their hearts. Fifi spent the better part of the afternoon exercising her vocal chords,and that inspired a short story. FIFI GOES TO THE JUNGLE. Seeing an opening in the screen door, Fifi ...
... the very edge of the damp plank where the guides
attached a slack rope to your harness as you stared glumly over the drop. You
then had time for one last final breath before they pushed you off into empty
space. Bethan took the bullet and decided she’d go first, and at this point let
out a twisted gurgling scream of utter terror which was not the most reassuring
of things to hear for those of us waiting. When it got to my go to be hurled
It doesn't take long to get into the rhythm of Montezuma. Your pace slows both because of the heat and just taking time to look around at the sights and sounds. But you have to be careful not to trip and fall because that hurts!
Things are pretty much as they were two years ago when we were here. There seem to be more people staying for 3 weeks or longer here at Luna Llena. There is a couple here we met when we were here two years ago! But, there ...
... many layered issue and is going to take some doing to find working solutions.
We of course used the situation to give us the excuse to go eat at Cocolores which is another restaurant we have enjoyed, dining under the palms on the waterfront, and has another stunning view of the ocean with black vocanic rocks that remind us of Hawaii.
TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Jenny Montezuma
Pitch black showers, unclean toilet area, loud roosters in the AM
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