Daystar Bahia Encantada
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Jaco
... highlights of our last few weeks here have been a dental surgery that I had done along with an ATV/buggy trip to the mountains. Early in our stay, coincidentally three people (two Americans and a Canadian) on one day told us that if we need any dental work done, get it done here before returning to North America. As it turns out, there was some periodontal work I was planning on doing in Toronto in May and the dentist had quoted me a price ...
After my morning butterfly survey, we went on an otter survey in the afternoon. Unfortunately again we were unable to see the elusive otter, but we did see some of it's scat and we also had a lovely dip in the river. Had a relaxing evening reading in one of the hammocks and chatting with the ...
We had made arrangements with Manfred, the manager of the hostel to take us to the San Carlos bus station at 5:00am to catch the bus to Montezuma. He was up and ready to take us and we were ready as well. Even at that hour, there were people up and moving, waiting for the bus, setting up their wares for the day. Busy street scenes everywhere. Fortunately, Robert said something to Manfred before we got to the bus station because he was heading to the ...
... people. Grace made a special carrot cake that doesn't use sugar (since she doesn't eat processed sugar, so instead she used honey - oh the cake was perfectly moist). Ben brought rotisserie chicken. Alana made fish and also made salad with Annalou. Edwina, Ed, and Maria (the family) made tacos (super yummy!). Then I made a little speech just to wish Chris, Brooke, and Edwina&family all the best in their travels because it was their last night. ...
... we finally made it onto the right "highway" to the Coast. Here are best directions we received that actually worked:
"Go down this road about 5 KM and look for the soccer field on your left. Turn left at the soccer field. You'll cross over 3 bridges, then see a BIG bridge in front of you. Turn left before you go under the big bridge. Then you'll make a right, followed by another right, which will put you on the highway to the Jaco."