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Travel Blogs from Jaco
... of the student's iPods. We had a lot of
laughs with Jason's antics and the students' singing. We stopped at Crocodile
road and saw enormous crocs lying in the river and sunning themselves. It's
While on the beach, we saw a bunch of red macaws flying
around and squawking in trees, and then saw a pair of them fighting mid-air.
They are beautiful birds and so amazing to see their natural lives. We sat in
... here, Jaco is giving us some lasting memories:
1- Es muy dificil aprender espanol. Our Monday to Friday routine starts somewhat comically with our hand-holding walk to school (sometimes DH lets me carry her books). And if you've ever wondered what happened to those tiny desk-chair combos that were used by Elementary Schools years ago, apparently some were shipped to Costa Rica for a second life. After erasing the board, and turning on the fan, I squeeze ...
... By dropping in small stones and rocks, the water lit up with their energy, a beautiful phenomenon to see. Our time was short on San Lucas Island however and nine days, whizzed by. Finishing the path took more time than originally anticipated, meaning we worked hard for seven days straight. With great satisfaction we completed the path, a "senduro bonito" according to the friendly ranger. We then shipped out of the beautiful island, where the next day would see the arrival ...
... Playing with my camera and not checking my battery before we left turned into a dead battery before we finished swimming.
After lunch we had some free time before the banana boat ride which is a yellow tube with handles that seats 6 and the tender pulls you around and tries to dump you off. Debbie was not up for that and I got dumped off. Walks along the waters edge to the aviary for some exotic birds that were out in the open and ...
... enough coin to cover the costs of parking and tolls and 90 minutes later we arrived in Jaco. We decided to take our chances and go to the Central Bank in Jaco to exchange our old money, and if nothing else, exchange some US for some Costa Rican. I inquired of the bank security guard, and he assured me that we could get the new money there, which we did, minutes after the bank was closed.
Provisions were gained at the Maxi Pali ...