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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with waves … yes I know I’m crazy. This is where I also met the family from France, nice folks with whom I hung out with for the rest of the afternoon between surfing, wave-catching and chilling on the sand. Yes, I did surf … well “surf”, more like: “who knew getting trashed around by waves could be fun?” I was bruised, scratched but happy as a sloth on his log!
Finally, today I ...
Hannah has a checklist of all the things she wants to do while in Costa Rica. Some are easy and some are difficult. Like seeing the ocean to riding a dolphin.
Riding horses was one of them.
Bethany & Jenna Menn visited us for a week in Montezuma. They are traveling around Costa Rica on there own.
... it dosnt take long to work up a sweat. Its stifling, its not the moderate temperature of low 30s Celcius, but the 400% humidity that kills you. You feel as if youre breathing steam. We wandered the streets of Puntarenas for a time, eventually finding an ATM and withdrawing 10,000 Colones ($20USD).
The town itself isn't particularly special or breathtaking. So before long, we head back to the beach. Its nicer here, the sound and ...
... walk through the town, to suss out where the main things were, then grabbed my book & headed to the beach. I watched the surfers show off their impressive skills - still might see if one of the fitties wants to teach me tomorrow :) then took a nice, long walk along the beach & back before having the biggest burger ever & a very yumi mango smoothie mmmmmm! Up at 7.30 this morning for a run along the beach before it got too hot, only my third run since travels started but ...
... name, "The Ladies Bridge". The old stone bridge was a classic country bridge that spanned a stream in a shallow ravine beneath the bridge. The country of Costa Rica is very environmentally conscious and this small unobtrusive stone bridge accomplished the needed jobs of bridging the ravine and not destroying anymore of the environment than was necessary. We stopped here for a few minutes so we could get out and enjoy this idyllic setting of the hills of the local countryside ...