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Travel Blogs from Jaco
ok, I'll be honest...I'm writing this early afternoon of the 9th since last night was quite...well, you'll read about it soon.
Let's try to attempt what happened yesterday...
Carlos was late for photo class yesterday so class supposed to start at 1015, but we didn't leave until 10:50 to this beautiful beach. He wanted us to do landscape shots but in black and white - LOVE!! I find black and white photos so artistic, so calming, so beautiful - ...
... and the rest of us painting the whole rancho floor green! It was a great morning and we accomplished a lot! It was then time for a Costa Rican lunch! Rice, beans and salad.....Muy Bueno!!!! After some down time we were able to go spend some time with the kids in their homes. We attempted musical instruments, but ended up with masks, beans all over and ribbon used for tying people up!! (see picture!) Needless to say, ...
... on the mountain. we stayed there for a couple nights, slept in a real bed, but it was too far from town without a vehicle so we headed to a hostel in town. it was the best hostel ever, total family vibe, very comforable, and in our room we met two girls who were headed to the festival we were going to and who were also going to be on my flight to ecuador... small world again! the heat on the costa rican coast is RELENTLESS... it felt like 40 degrees at all times. ...
... or night. During the daylights hours, it is like driving a highway through the Grand Canyon, and at night when the mountains fade to black, the lights of houses and small towns light up the hillsides like a thousand diamond Christmas lights.
Saturday morning was another trip to the Quepos Farmer’s Market for a load of fresh fruit, and day on the beach at Manuel Antonio. Jose’ Luis was wearing the baseball cap I’d given ...
... goals to 6 in a real thriller.
Further wild life expeditions expeditions however failed to live up to the Tree Frog drama, but delivered the usual crop of monkeys, toucans and sloths, and an amazingly bold group of raccoons, who were perfectly content eating my egg and avocado sandwiches straight out of my snap tin, despite the insertion of a large stick up their rear end. Today is a crocodile viewing day and I have decided to take neither snap tin nor stick, as this could ...
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking