Hotel Horizontes de Montezuma
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... small town in search of a room for the night. We found a great spot right with a beautiful lush garden that connected straight onto the beach. After settling into our new surrounds we strolled around town and hung out on the beach. Then an afternoon nap in our balcony hammock listening to the waves crash, made my day. Montazuma were pretty enough and the beach of cause was beautiful but again we couldn't help but feel like we'd been spoilt. While we were grateful to be there we ...
Sunrise is one of the really beautiful happenings here at Luna Llena. Of course, you have to get up at 5:15 a.m. to be able to watch it happening. One of the windows in our room faces west and so we can see the early light right before the sun comes up so if motivated, we can get up and watch the sunrise.
The reason it is so spectacular is it comes up over the ocean and ...
... with an ATM machine, I found a bar that was having a happy hour. We secured our Sunday passage to Jaco via water taxi, and bus to Quepos for an early Sunday morning departure. By 3:30, we were back at the dirt parking lot, and boarded our bus. In my ‘rough’ Spanish, I asked the driver about the first bus on Sunday morning. Siete y Veinte. OK, 7:20 it is. Then we held on for our roller-coaster trip back to Los Caracoles. This house while being rustic has a charm that ...
My turn to update the blog. We have very limited internet and it is incredibly slow so I'm sorry for not doing this more often. We are a bit remote out here and have felt a little trapped until we rented an ATV. From our little house we can walk about 3/4 of a mile up the road to a little grocery store and a bakery and one little shop along the way which has some local things "touristy" things for sale. I can describe our little home as ...
... The kids and Andrew swam across the tidal pool to a 30 foot boulder to climb and jump into the waterfall pool. They said it was very cold!
Drew found the perfect souvenir, a hand carved wooden iguana about a foot tall which cost only $25. Drew loves a good bargain!
Speaking of bargains, Drew and I found a great little 'soda' (native cafe), La Naranja, with fresh fruit juice. My chicken and avocado sandwich was huge. Lunch cost us only $11 with the ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking