Montezuma Pacific Hotel
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... got it." But as I opened the photo up, I burst out laughing. They had run all that way back just as they where leaving and found a lock that matched the description we gave them, but it wasn't ours!!! What are the odds of that happening we thought. By the time we'd realised they were off wi-fi and on their boat. So we knew we'd have to share the funny news with them another time soon. Our bus took off up the Pacific Coast for our 4 hour journey to Tamarindo, another very ...
The property of Luna Llena is a nature lover's paradise. There are lush tropical plants everywhere you look. Some were planted when the place was first built, but over the years seed droppings have led to starter plants everywhere.
The ginger is blooming at the moment right next to our cabin and the bird of paradise is in bloom up near the ablutions block. Of course mentioned earlier ...
... lives a commercial fisherman who sells his catch from his house. We ventured down there early in the morning. I asked at the house and was directed to the back of the property where in a small cement building, were 3 large chest freezers. A little boy directed me to a freezer and opened. Inside, it had about 100 half-frozen red fish and one shark. We ended up with a whole red snapper, a bag of jumbo shrimp, and a 3 pound section of tuna, all caught this morning…fish on ...
... need" unless you get to San Jose, 5 hours away. No walmarts, very remote. Very frustrating when we are used to having everything we need. It's all good for us. For instance.....we brought a hammock and we need a rope to hang it. Nobody sells rope so you walk down the road and if you see something that you need...someone will sell it to you or share with you etc...which is what Brian did this morning. A gentleman had some rope coiled in ...
... friendly and informed us of buses and directions.
Sometime later a bus came by, and on we hopped for the best
bus journey of the trip. The next couple of hours saw us gawking out the windows
at the pristine forest on the surrounding hills, partially covered as the
clouds billowed by. Monteverde is a town built up in the cloud forest, and felt
like a pretty cool (if a tad touristy) place. There were log cabins and coffee
shops and ...