Agua Vista

Address: 1 mile from downtown Montezuma, Montezuma, Province of Puntarenas, 60111, Costa Rica | Villa
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This villa is located on 1 mile from downtown Montezuma, Montezuma.
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      'Home' at Luna Llena, and first night Live Music

      A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Mar 03, 2015

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      ... of the road. Once to Luna Llena you would have another 50 steps to climb to our room. Done enough to convince you our decision was the correct one? We were glad we did because we made it there in about 30-45 minutes and were dropped off right at Luna Llena. Fortunately for us, Juan Carlos, one of the workers was downstairs and insisted on carrying some of the bags up for us.

      Went upstairs and said hello to Millie and ...

      Santa Teresa - surf city and recovery time

      A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on May 17, 2014

      8 photos

      ... t hang out in downtown Austin as much but our lack of tattoos was extremely evident in Santa Teresa. Brian did like to see the girls in their tiny bikinis carrying their surf boards. I don't know if I am being snarky but I kept seeing more girls carrying surf boards in their tiny bikinis than guys carying their boards. And yet, I saw mostly men surfing on the actual water...Is a surf board the new accessory for bikinis? ...

      Hot springs, hot sun and hammocks

      A travel blog entry by grahamh on Apr 13, 2014

      15 photos

      ... Around 6pm, we left another perfect Pacific sunset and drove up through dense forest and traversed the peninsula back to Montezuma, barely seeing another soul save the odd waving farmer on horseback, as twilight fell and the crickets and roosting birds drowned out the quad engine. It equated to a mesmeric hour that neither of us wanted to end, though a cold beer to lubricate a dust-filled mouth was drunk very quickly.

      We have been in this country for almost 3 ...


      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Mar 08, 2014

      22 photos

      ... a wall of mountain ranges going for miles. It was sheer breathtakingly stunning, what a way to start the day!! Two hours later we were one step closer to landing in our little beach spot. We climbed off the giant ferry, it was almost like a mini spirit of tassie. We'd been told the local bus meets the ferry when it comes in, so to ignore the few taxi sprukers that will tell you the bus isn't coming. After waiting another two hours the offer to pay $70 for the taxi to take us, ...

      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 ...