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Travel Blogs from Jaco
... little wife, I brought her breakfast in bed... :)
There is a nice couple from Costa Rica that I've talked to a couple of times. The woman just said hi to me and we had a little chat. They only live 20 minutes from here and just wanted to get any for awhile to relax and party.
Joanne is resting in our room. She is not feeling well. I hope she feels better soon.
Until I'm back on the blog... Adios for now.. :)
... and I planned to do some shopping in Jaco, a bigger beach destination town about 25 minutes away.
Jill even woke up by 8:00am this morning and we were off an hour later. It's been beautiful here, sunny and high's in the mid-80s.
As laid back as Esterillos Oeste is with few tourists that I've seen so far, despite being the high season, Jaco is the opposite with busy streets and loads of people. ...
... t get over how expensive everything is he but ill soon be in Nicaragua so hopefully it will become cheap again & less 'let's rip off tourists with our overpriced tours,food & drinks'. Up again for another run, the beach is so beautiful this time in the day. The sand is dark red, bordering on black - I guess because of the volcanoes here. I then popped tut bus station, booked my bus to San Jose & sat on the beach watching the waves :) life is definitely relaxing by the ...
... enough to eat some of this treat and then flew across the road to join two of his pals in the tall trees.
Tuesday did not feel nearly as hot as the past few days, when temperatures were easily over 100 degrees. The highlight of this day, beyond the sunshine, the warmth, the cold beer and another delightful sunset, would be our final excursion to Que Comemos for dinner. While walking from the car across the dusty parking lot, the air was full ...
To get a picture of Hogar Da Vida it consists of three houses with 35 children and many Tias that rotate through the houses to care for the children. There is also a guest house, office, kitchen, cabin area, and several outbuildings all tied together by the Rancho. It is the central meeting place in Hogar Da Vida. The majority of the pictures you see have the Rancho in it.
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed