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Travel Blogs from Jaco
This is our first chance to see the coast of Costa Rica. We drove down out of the mountains towards San Jose and then on towards the long coastal road that follows most of the Pacific side. There are still mountains along the coast; but now we saw coconut plantations and some farms along the mile or two between the hills and this sea. Here the …
... in the world
of Jason and Bonnie in the Pacific Ocean, furry rocks trump pointy rocks. I
limped a bit yesterday, and my shoe is tight today, but I'm glad to be able to
wear a sneaker in the airport today!
We watched the sunset over the ridge, and it was as
expected, an amazing experience. Sonia's ankle is very badly sprained so we
didn't get to see her before we left, but she was so grateful for our service.
I am sad to ...
... s will be unique to them but here's what's important to me:
*Decent infrastructure (running water, electricity, Wifi, local cell service)
*Town location (such that it has a market and couple restaurants/cafes nearby within walking distance)
*Not too far from an airport/city in case of emergency
*Safe environment (especially travelling with kids)
... be sitting on the Pacific coast and to be left cheering the lonely breezes that find their way inland. And part is due to the cost of electricity- it's very high and sits on a sliding scale that heavily penalizes the air conditioner types- at key moments of the day we huddle around the a/c in our room jostling for position- even our fitness centre, which advertises a/c only seems to turn it on for a few minutes a day (as the pools of sweat around each piece ...
“She wants oatmeal” I suggested.
Gary walked back to the refrigerator. “She wants milk”.
After a three hour visit to Manuel Antonio Beach, we were saying ‘adios’ with handshakes and hugs to Jose’ Luis and his snow cones, and Maryfe who provided comfortable accommodations.