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RE: Living in Montanitas« on: November 16 2006 14:11:00 »
Thinking of going there sometime Dec, Jan, Feb, or March. I will be in Costa Rica 3 months , but want to make a side trip down there. Keep us posted when you are there to let us know how things worked out.
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #1 on: November 16 2006 16:11:00 »
I'll definately keep you posted. Where in Costa Rica do you plan to go? I lived there for half a year and might be able to help you out if you are unfamiliar with CR or have any questions!
Are you flying from San Jose to Ecuador? Do you have any idea on prices to do that? I was thinking of possibly flying to Costa Rica first to visit some old friends and then heading off to Ecuador....but I'm still undecided. (I'd be coming from Canada!!)
Let me know!! And I'd be happy to help u out with ur CR trip in any way I can!
And who knows! Maybe I'll see ya in Montanita!
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #2 on: November 28 2006 12:11:00 »
you are an asswhole,montañitas its a nice place and you are a pussy girl,dont say anything about something if is not nice,go home pussy girl.
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #3 on: November 28 2006 15:11:00 »
Everyone has their own opinion and I respect that. Obviously you have been to Montanita before Dany. Sounds like you liked it!! I think I will too.
So, I am hoping to be down there around Feb. 07 (depending on my work) .....I am sooo excited! Can't wait to escape the cold. Anyone else heading that way?
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #4 on: November 29 2006 17:11:00 »
the sand is a dark brown, and it has black stuff in it. i thought it was oil at first but i think its some of the local black rock you see in the cliffs. not pretty like florida or brazil.
the nightlife is good, you can get drunk for cheap, and laid if you want to. there's plenty of weed and white for those who like that.
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #5 on: January 22 2007 18:01:00 »
Hey, going 100% to montanitas.
I've been there before and had the best time of my life!!!
I'll be going in Feb, the town gets really packed with tourists from all over the world. I'm sure i'll have a blast again.
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #6 on: January 22 2007 18:01:00 »
hi Lisa, you'll have a really good time in feb, if
you plan to go...trust me!!!
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #7 on: January 23 2007 15:01:00 »
I am trying to get time off work to head down for at least a month in feb. Where are you from? Maybe I'll bump into you there!
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #8 on: January 25 2007 18:01:00 »
I live in toronto, born in ecuador,manta. I went to Montanitas with my best friend lisa in 2004. I had the best time. i went in Feb just for the carnavales. got plastered.
Let me know what you plan too do. I will be going forsure with
my boyfriend. although i won't have the same fun that i had with my friend. lol lol lol!!!
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #9 on: January 26 2007 02:01:00 »
Wow! Sounds like a blast! I did Carnival in Panama last year and yes....I got plastered too!! super fun!!
I lived in Toronto for 4 years as well! Just curious....what airline are you taking? Are you flying into Quito? And how much do tickets usually go for? I am guessing you might fly to Florida first?
If I do get my butt over there, we will have to cheers to the beach and get plastered together!! lol!!