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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Atardecer Montezuma
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... we could flag down the first passing 4x4 taxi and negotiate a price for the 10 minute ride to our accommodation.
What has struck us here is how much pride everyone has in their country. At the bus stop, even the local coconut seller was washing down the bus-stop and pavement where he works.
Another observation is how incredibly friendly people are. They all ...
... was also nice to see the different marine life.
After snorkelling around I found myself quite hungry so I stopped at a local fish and chip shop which was very nice it was so appealing because it was like tasting Australia which was nice but the fish so fresh.
After the beautiful lunch I went to my next scheduled activity which was KSTR monkey Tour.
The monkey tour was so interesting we travelled through the jungle ...
... each other on Beyonce's latest Instagram post and to convince themselves they were having "the best time ever...Costa Rica 2014 rocks!". This sounds horribly judgemental and I want to record that we did get on well with everyone, but there was a lot of time wasting caused by the groups reliance on the leader for help with such trivial matters (like how much to tip a waiter and whether there would be wifi on a small car ferry) that was slightly frustrating, so we ...
... Jose on the way to the coffee plantation, Doka Estate. I was pretty knackered so dozed off for most of it..... The plantation was so beautiful, we had breakfast first and tried out the 5 different blends they had (house blend, French roast, breakfast blend, peaberry and Italian expresso). We then went for a tour of the estate - she told us about the coffee making process from picking to roasting. Good fact - ...
What comes up must go down, except today it was the opposite for us. We had to retrace our route from the other day. That meant 45 minutes of hairpin turns while gaining altitude along the way. After two hours we stopped in San Luis Isido at a supermarket, as some people wanted to purchase wine. Lunch today as I mentioned earlier was hosted by Dona Edith at her home. Obviously she has done well over the years as her home, while small was way ...