Montezuma Pacific Hotel
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- Free parking
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... turkey vultures circling ahead of us, rising on the thermals. They are such an impressive sight.
This morning, I was up early and sat quietly on the deck watching the world go by. I could hear the distant waves crashing on the beach, the loud whirring of a hummingbirds wings as our resident defended its territory, an agouti walked past the pool, closely followed by ...
... Many of those that head in this direction are into surfing and Santa Teresa, just a few kilometres up the coast appears to be the main place for this.
I'm not sure if it was the heat and humidity combination, but I probably dozed off for a while, although I did remember to religiously apply the sunblock. The beach in parts is quite steep and there are signs warning of rip tides. Along with most beachgoers, I couldn't resist having a dip a few times ...
... The history of Cabo Blanco is quite interesting. A couple from Sweden came to Costa Rica and settled near Montezuma. They saw that much of the Nicoya Peninsula was being cleared and they took steps to preserve the wilderness. They managed to convince the government to creat a park; Cabo Blanco. The man was continuing to do the same on the Osa Corcovado Peninsula when he was murdered because of his efforts. Eventually ...
Based on the sketchy notes I make on a daily basis until I can write it into my journal, this was a fairly low key day. We went and picked up our laundry and then came back to Luna Llena and fixed a nice potato egg dish with a fruit salad along side it.
Spent some time working on our travel stories and then it was time to think about something to eat. In the evening it gets progressively ...
... cranberries, walnuts and sunflower seeds - it was just so good!! We then drove about 20 minutes north of Santa Teresa to the next beach area of Manzanillo. Here there was just nothing. Jungle. Beach. Amazing. There is a rule that you cannot build within 50 meters of the high tide line. And people obey it! So from the beach all you can see is jungle. No hotels, no beach bars. Just trees. It is so untouched. And it is so beautiful! We wandered along the beach for ...