Pargo Feliz Hotel

Address: Montezuma, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Montezuma

Hot springs, hot sun and hammocks

A travel blog entry by grahamh on Apr 13, 2014

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... and more commercial side of Costa Rican tourism. This meant that aside from the group transportation and the odd group activity, we felt very little need to spend much time with the other 14 group members, all aged between 19 and 30, and the slightly underwhelming group leader, who acted as a guide throughout. First impressions count for everything, and when I was introduced at the start of the week to a blue haired, tattoo covered creature calling herself 'Rogue', a ...

Hungry Monkey, Juicy Fruit

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Feb 28, 2014

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... the fruit that was hanging over our room. Asked Juan Carlos, the gardener, what the name of the fruit was and he told us, maranon. Looked up the word in Google Translate and it is a cashew tree. The fruit over our room is yellow and the nut is on the outside of the fruit in an hard shell. The monkey will sit and eat the fruit and the juice is dribbling down his chin as he does so and when finished just lets the fruit drop, wham ...


A travel blog entry by bstamfam on Jan 26, 2014

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... you have things to work will all surface here and you will deal with them. Hmmmm. Maybe we should stay longer? Or maybe not. (:

After Tyler drove to Samara and described it we have decided to go there next. Better, sandier, beaches. We will see. We have been cooking in the room as best we can because it is so much cheaper. Things are way too expensive here...but we are learning what to buy and what to avoid. It's all learning.

Day 11 - The Monkeys (and Cabuya and Yita!)

A travel blog entry by marks-travels on Dec 28, 2013

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... vocabulary. The kids learned quite a few words, including "Coņo!" We don't know exactly what it means [it isn't in my Spanish-English dictionary!] but Yita assures us with her bellowing laugh that "it's not that bad word, just a little bad." The kids also saw the universal single finger salute in action when someone dared to yell something to Yita after she layed on the horn. Driving like a bat out of hell and dodging potholes and other people, I was glad Drew stored ...


A travel blog entry by tbuild2 on Oct 22, 2013

7 comments, 5 photos

... closer it became painfully clear, this was no shed, this was someone's home. A women living with her two children. The roof was a plastic sheet draped over the top of the small structure. Inside consisted of a dirt floor. This mother of two could not find work and being an immigrant of Costa Rica, assistance is very hard to come by, if even possible at all. We asked how she could feed her family without being employed or receiving ...