Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... the immense pain and an instant fear spread like a fire across my body. I was in a tiny beach town with no hospital and in Central America and something very painful had stung me. Fearing the worst I desperately ran from the shower yelling and crying "Stuie something has bitten me." Not having any idea what It was panic set in and wild irrational thoughts came thick and fast. Stuie went straight to the bathroom to inspect the towel. Having no luck finding anything made my anxiety ...
... His goal is to introduce the Tapir (looks like a baby rhino) into Costa Rica, but so far has been running into problems with the local politicians. This country prides itself on its bio-diversity, and Eco system, so no matter where you go those are the key words you hear is "Tourism through conservation".
We had shrimp for dinner, and then headed back to out tent. We were provided with flashlights, not so much to help find our way, but to avoid stepping on snakes.
Wow. What a day. It was filled with so much that I still haven't even begun to process. Running club was a success! Downtown San Jose is not the best place to run, but with Hector as our guide, and despite everyone staring at us like we were crazy people, we got some quality running in haha...to be continued tomorrow for sure! Running was followed by fresh pineapple and we met a guy from Australia staying in the hostel! At 9 ...
... the Main Street for at least half an hour. Walked right past the building I was looking for twice and even sat in the park infront of it. I was to the central market which was huge an had turkeys and chickens in a pet shop in there...then I watched a million pigeons (some were being picked up by small children) and wandered around. Once I gave up on finding the museum I came back and met my roommate for the next ...
... a mile) and then a very generous Tico (Costa Rican) couple drove us all the way back to San Jose (a three plus hour drive.)
We learned: Hitchhiking is not safe in the U.S. but safe and fun if you are lucky here. Burger King will not kill the children. The earthquake we heard about in September could drop a whole house, which it did at Essence Arenal. Rhodesian Ridgebacks have "T" on their ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility