Taking the High Road to Paradise

Taking the High Road to Paradise






The drive to Montezuma from San Juan is about 5 hours. Many parts of it reminded me of New Zealand, narrow roads and huge green hills filled with trees and clouds. There are six of us on the shuttle all heading to the same area. Barratt from Oakland, LA, Simon from Germany, Carrie a Canadian from Vancouver, Tracey from Italy, and Christine who lives in London. Lucky for the rest of us Tracey & Christine speak Spanish!







 Simon is a pretty cute German boy who is here to surf with some dudes form Austria. Throw a shrimp on the barbie! haha. Barratt is a tall, cute ginger with tattoos, argyle socks and a beard. Fun! Carrie is really nice too, reminds me of my Keri Blog from home. Whole crew is good people. I think we might go to the waterfalls together this week.

This is Rikki, Barratt’s travel mate.


 We stopped in a small village and had coffee for about 45 minutes before catching a 70 minute ferry. I’m reminded how much I love traveling, especially alone. I’m going to start planning a trip to Europe when I get back to Toronto.



Ferry fairy.




After ferry we met our next driver who took us on this crazayy dirt road on the way to Montezuma. After about 20 min we passed Anamaya Resort where I am staying and it was my turn to leave the pack. This is it…


Got lunch soon as I arrived. This whole week is going to be filled with great food.


I’m staying in this cabin with Dana, a girl from Vancouver.



I am in complete AWE with the views of the resort. This is the most beautiful place I have ever seen. I can’t wait to go surfing tomorrow. The other girls here are super nice and my room is beautiful.

This is going to be the best week ever. Pura Vida!

<3 Casie



1 Comment

  1. November 14, 2011 / 10:48 am

    Ahhhh Casie, does this place ever look good one you.  Proud of you missy!  Have a great time down there, I like the part above “my KeriBlog” ha, and can’t wait to hear all the stories in real time when you return.  xoxo 

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