Daystar La Paloma Blanca

Address: Jaco, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Condo
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TripAdvisor Reviews Daystar La Paloma Blanca Jaco

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Jaco

Like a Roller Coaster Down the Hills we Travel

A travel blog entry by gilmer on Feb 17, 2014

220 photos

... people put into hair. Even in Jaco, Costa Rica - there are tons of hair dressers. Everyone wants to look pretty for someone else I guess. Now, I realize that most of the people who are worrying about their hair are mainly women (with the odd man). I find it funny how women in particular spend so much money and time on their hair. Of course, I am one to talk.. I dye my hair and get it professionally cut so I am one of "them" as well... lol You would think hair was gold on how people ...

Day 1 - Travel to Esterillos Oeste

A travel blog entry by marks-travels on Dec 18, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

After a good night's sleep & free breakfast at the hotel, the concierge was gracious enough to call our rental car company for us who sent the car and a representative to our hotel to meet us. We processed all of our paperwork in the lobby and were on our way by 10:30am.

[Costa Rica is on Central Standard Time like Pensacola so no changing of the watches required.]

I paid extra, much to Andrew's chagrin, to rent a GPS for the car which he says ...

Reason #1 to travel carry-on only

A travel blog entry by cthetravellady on Aug 15, 2013

... it out that the car rental was closed when we got there. They are supposed to wait until we arrive, but it was a couple of hours after our scheduled arrival so I guess they gave up.
Oh well, we have our regular room in our favourite hotel. We arrived safely and are happy to be here. ...

Day 10 to the End...

A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Feb 22, 2013

6 photos

... The idea had merit. The three of us would rent bikes and ride the hard-sand beach at low tide as far as time would allow. I’d gone over the Spanish in my head regarding renting the bikes and negotiating a fair price. I parked the car under a shade tree and we walked across the dusty road and up a small flight of uneven stairs onto what appeared to be the hull of an old wooden fishing boat with a thatch roof top in dry dock. As I reached the ...

Costa Rica - Part 1.

A travel blog entry by dragonadventure on Dec 16, 2012

19 photos

... night time toilet trips was a must to check for the odd snake or scorpion. We were given a small dinner of soup and salad which was just the right amount on our tired stomachs. (We had ended up eating the sandwiches mum had bought on the plane). Once we had finished there was a small commotion on the pathway near the dining room – a black and white owl had been seen in the tree and a huge family of Germans were frantically all trying to get the best spot and ...