Pargo Feliz Hotel
Travel Blogs from Montezuma
Took a boat shuttle from Jaco over to the small beach town of Montezuma. The double engine boat that was supposed to take us over in an hour broke down, so after a bit of delay another boat got us across. All good and was way better than sitting on a bus. Cool little beach town with a good ...
... the boys as well as a typico musical instrument for Z and J - same as African one's I used to see/play with when I lived in Kenya. And a great spot for lunch - tried a Pino Colada for a change - drinks great, food iffy which seems to be the norm when "off property".
Food at Pranamar's in "Buddha's Eyes" restaurant has been absolutely superb - we won't venture elsewhere - for 2 reasons. The road ...
... and have dinner. Our first meal out! Planning on going for a quad adventure this weekend so hopefully there will be new and good pictures!
September 16, 2013
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BEEZER!!!
Another beautiful niece having a birthday. I hope you have a great day and year to follow Bailey.
So we rented the quad and on saturday went down to the farmers market to get our delicious vegetables. The market is very small ...
... giant trees. When we
arrived we got kitted up with helmets, somewhat undignified harnesses and
‘reinforced’ gloves, and were given some brief instructions. After that we
spent the next few hours flinging ourselves from metal platforms into the leafy
abyss. The initial wires were only about 10 metres long and 5 metres of the
ground, but soon speed and height began to escalate. By the fourth wire we had
to go in pairs, with legs ...
... without sacrificing on to many of the luxuries. Crucially it still had a small pool which in this heat was damn near essential! We were all feeling our wallets sting a bit (In Canada a girls purse is actually still called a wallet and her bag is called the purse instead, confusing I know, this was only ...