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- Swimming pool
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... for about 30 minutes....then Laura sits and waits and Robert continues on further.
We have done some exercises and yoga outside our room to help get a little exercise. Nonetheless, we have been able to enjoy the beautiful scenery that is everywhere you look in Montezuma. The nice beaches, gentle breezes and sounds of the crashing waves are all great to see and hear!
... fired off a message on Facebook, hoping they get it and to our complete and utter shock ten minutes later they wrote back saying they were literally walking to the boat to leave San Marco and got our message so they ran to our hostel where we were staying and asked about the lock. They were so excited they had successfully found it, they sent through a photo of beautiful Hanneka holding the lock chain proudly. I yelped as I read the message, calling out to stu "I can't believe ...
... on this jungle-beach property. The open air rooms, lack of glass in any window, natural wood walls, beams, and ceramic tile floors, make it a perfect place to relax and enjoy. The owner has an information booklet with some useful tips; there are snakes, but most are just boa constrictors, and not to worry about the scorpions, their bite is similar to a bee sting, and is not deadly. Things like that, give comfort to the weary traveler. But the book also pointed out that 2 ...
... all sleep upstairs in a space about the size of our cabin loft (for any of you that have seen our cabin). Our cabin in WI is larger than our house here...the first floor of our house here is 1/2 the size of the cabin WI. We are tight, but it is fine. Much more room than our 2nd place so all is well.
We are on the Nicoya Peninsula which means it costs more to send anything over here and that translates into..."you can't get ...
... we made it
onto a bus headed (supposedly) for Monteverde.
Two hours later the bus stopped, and we were left standing
in the dust at the side of the motorway with all our worldly possessions and no
clue about where we were. We took shelter in a car park across the road as it
began to rain, trying to figure out how to reach our destination when like
something from a horror film, a little old lady crept from a boarded up shop
but then ...