Daystar La Paloma Blanca
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- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was absolute ****, and I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND renting a GPS if anyone visits. We eventually found where we were going, but it was quite the journey. When alls said and done, Costa Rica was a cool country, but it's not really high on my list to visit again. I would go back to Roatan, Belize, and Panama before I visit Costa Rica again. Now saying that, I would still recommend anybody go to Costa Rica at least once because it is a cool place to visit. Until next ...
... So the only thing we both understood was water .. So I had some water. I was really lucky on the next flight to get 3 seats for my self! So I slept the whole flight and the next minute I was in Costa Rica! Finally.. Jaco where we are staying is really cool. It's kind of a mix between South Africa and Byron bay. It's really colourful and a lot of surfers. They have the best coffe here! Almost as good as melbourne. Or maybe ...
... t need. In retrospect, he was right. (Damn, I hate it when he's right!:) 'Lola' as we call any GPS navigation unit after the movie, 'RV', had us leaving the hotel in the wrong direction heading East toward the Caribbean instead of West toward the Pacific. Lola was turned off & stowed after 15 minutes. So much for the extra $7/day.
After a stop to ask for directions, reviewing of maps & the written directions from the caretaker of the house we ...
... espanol. With our bearless stops in Manitoba in our rear-view mirror, we have made our way to Jaco, Costa Rica which sits in the middle of Spanish speaking Central America. We found a nice place to stay which, not accidentally, is positioned right across the street from the Spanish language school we're going to use (I didn't want DH to have any negative schoolday flashbacks by picking up detentions for tardiness). We're planning on staying here for 3 months- ...
... for all of the citizens. Today was also the first time I had been made to feel uncomfortable in Costa Rica. One man did so by his bibulousness, and another by his self-righteousness. Still, only twice in three months.
On a happier note, we finally saw a fiery-billed aracari. The colors of this toucan are exquisite, even by the high standard of birds here--our photos don't do it justice. Our photos don't do any of the wildlife in Costa Rica ...