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Travel Blogs from Jaco
... it wasn't the "true" Costa Rica experience at the beach, as there
were no monkeys to take your lunch. It was still beautiful, and the faculty had
a nice couple of hours away from the students and enjoyed some laughs and
cocktails, as well as some sun. I do believe I am at least one shade darker
than I was when I arrived, so that's fun.
On the way to the beach, we were surrounded by pop music and
boy bands as Jason played DJ ...
... traveling from the treetop canopy on a series of horizontal traverse cables. It is easy to feel like a hobbit while cruising Tarzan like in towering trees thick with vines and bromeliads. It is perfect for travelers who seek outdoor adventure in a short span of time.
In Puerto Caldera, you see nature beckoning at your doorstep! Here, people can find just what they need for outdoor adventure and at the same time be able to relax and enjoy. And by golly, we just did!
... it has a lonely tennis court (so DH can continue to practice smashing balls/pelotas at me with an alarming viciousness), a nice selection of spas (mandatory for the Princess), a fitness centre (so I can stay buff- apparently the pec dance still makes Carol C weak in the knees), a dance studio for future salsa lessons, as well as numerous restaurants, bars, and shops. We bought ourselves a couple of 50's vintage bicycles and we're starting to explore. After just a ...
... Fair trade: a buzz word we're all aware of, but not necessarily what it means for those involved at a grassroots level. You'd think it meant better living conditions, pay, quality of life, stability, right? i know i did, until about 48 hours ago. But that's assuming fair trade is a black and white exchange. In reality - in the caffeine scented hills of Matagalpa at least - its anything but monochrome. The first week after the bi annual coffee harvest, Diego hits up ...
... lunch. The Caribbean chicken and white rice were excellent as well as the appetizer of cervechie and the three types of salad. Debbie got my complimentary glass of wine. What really made the lunch great was the spice called hunger. The snorkeling was great fun even though the water was quite turbid. Lots of fish that had obviously been fed on a regular basis, if you stayed still and just floated they would come right up to you looking for the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking