Jaco Bay Condo Hotel by Ramada
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... The hotel itself was pretty close to the Rio Tarcoles bridge. When we got to the gated entrance at 9:30AM(1.5 hours later than originally planned), we had to get a card to get us to the check-in area. After the gated entrance, it was a very scenic 10 minute drive through the forest to finally get to the hotel compound. We proceeded to check-in and luckily they had a room available for us. In the compound you pretty much have to drive the get different places because it was ...
Let's keep calm! Let's eat organic chocolate! And let's listen to the sounds of nature!
We worked 5 days as volunteers at the family-run La Iguana chocolate farm.
La Iguana is a small organic farm, located in the quiet mountain village of Mastatal, between San Jose and the Pacific coast.
The Salazar Garcia family is producing chocolate for more than 25 ...
... boat, start my "Jungle Crocodile Safari" and cruise down this narrow brown colored river infested with tons of crocodiles and wildlife living along it!
Upon setting foot on the long narrow boat, I rapidly settled on the last bench way at the end of it. I much preferred it there; freedom of movement and fantastic views from the back!
... of these furniture girdles only to have the entire contraption rise up with me when it's time to leave (Dave B is right- I really do need to shed some pounds). Johanna and Agusto of IPAI are charged with the unenviable task of taking us from zero to basic conversation in Spanish. At this point we've learned a lot of words and even more rules, but putting them together on the fly without sounding like you've just zip-lined headfirst into a tree/arbol is proving to be ...
... coffee cultivated here and sold to both an international and domestic market. Reaching a gradient of 88% it's only 4% away from the highest coffee classification on the planet, so my taste buds (and I) expect big things from this small plot of 5 hectares. Some 45 minutes up Into the cloud forest, the already pocked road shifts into the realm of crater sized chunks to challenge our suspension and glutes even more. A look of express gratitude finds its way onto my face as ...