Blue Palm Hotel
Travel Blogs from Jaco
... see if we'd have more luck finding a cab then. Luckily, we stumbled upon Hugo and Niklas and ended up walking with them down the road all the way to Cataleya's. Met up with the rest of the group who were already there and realized it was Oskar's last night. And thats when the party started.. Since it was Oskar's last night, he was buying shots for everyone left and right. Even when I only took one vodka shot and was hoping to stop then, Chris bought me ...
... the Director Hogar De Vida talking about how we were hoarding chocolate in our quarters and how much they wanted some. After we were done playing with the kids in the afternoon Bryce devised a plan to play on their chocolate craving. He delivered a note with three pcs of chocolate with his best spy skills on Tim's desk while he was in the office. Somehow Tim with his super sleuth senses realized the note and chocolate dropped off on his desk and Bryce was ...
... are amaaazing! tons of different pools of different temperatures, hot hot hot waterfalls, swim up bars, a sauna in a cave, more waterfalls, THREE waterslides, and also a gigantic and amazing dinner buffet. we spent the afternoon there, then had dinner, then spent the evening back in the heated pools... max relaxing and amazing.
the next day, we decided to wake up early and have another amazing day. we took a 7am bus out to costa rica's most active volcano, ...
... there are only 2 utilities here; electric and water. We've had outages of both, multiple times on this visit, yet it was of little inconvenience.
Friday afternoon Theresa would be joining us for the second week of the stay. Her flight was due to arrive at 4:55 pm, so a 2:30 departure from Bejuco would seem very adequate for the trip to San Jose’. Costa Rica has been benefitting from the surge in tourism in recent years, to ...
... the route to the Costa Rican customs. We enlisted the help of a local who took us on a special route reminiscent of the new James Bond opening scene through markets and narrow streets. We actually crossed the border 3 times before finally parking in a VIP spot right next to the customs post (our man said it was ok ).
We immediately liked Costa Rica, and stayed for 4 days at a place called Golfito which the guide books say is rubbish. We were fascinated with the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking