We make our way up the mountain for the zip line tour. I'm not fond of heights, but an opportunity exists and there for you take it. We're given a short video on how to control yourself while on the cable and then it is reiterated when meeting the crew that is going to take us on this adventure. They put our harnesses on us as to make sure it is done correctly and with the most comfort. I'm not all that comfortable when they tighten up my harness around the family package. Our saftey gear consists of a helmet, harness, and gloves, the right one has a large leather patch sewn on to it for dragging along the cable. Cables are tied up to platforms built high in the trees. Also, each platform was placed in order to gain a magnificent view of the area. We are given the opportunity to go swimming at a small waterfall, after a short hike down. The swimming hole. Cheryl taking the plunge. And all is alright. Climbing up the waterfall. After a half hour cooldown we have to climb back up the mountain, a cruel joke. But an awesome view. All hooked up and ready to go. One more climb and then a catwalk to the last line. Making things work around nature. The crew. Thanks for a good time, these guys know how to have fun. I had carried my camera with me hoping to take pictures of this little journey, but when you get all hooked up, there's no way your going to be able to do the filming yourself. After all was said and done, the charge for the CD with pics and video was only $20. That to me is cheap, if I would have tried to do the pics myself and dropped my camera, the cost would have been much greater and would not have the pictures either. On the way back down the mountain another trail was revealed, you could not see this on the way up. Providing a photo opportunity. We pass the hotel and head into town, we're still on an adrenaline rush, to get something eat & drink. I find out that I like rum. We tried another restaurant in town and it was equally as good, but we didn't get any pictures of the food, I think the rum had something to do with it. Downtown Montezuma This has been an exciting day, but we know we have to carry on to see more of what Costa Rica has to offer. We go to bed with the sounds of the surf out our screened in window. You'll find that most hotels here provide a security person at night. Tonight I got a chance to talk with the one here. He didn't know any english and like I said before, my spanish is very poor. We had a very pleasant conversation for 30 min using our hands to describe what we wanted to talk about. He would like to see Texas, as that is where the cowboys are. I tried putting some video clips up, but am having a hard time getting them to come up without auto playing. While doing this I deleted a whole post. I'm going to try and figure this out and post them at the end of this RR.