Cabinas Alice

Address: Jaco 100 south and 50 west from Cruz Roja, Jaco, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Jaco 100 south and 50 west from Cruz Roja, Jaco.
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      Travel Blogs from Jaco

      Surfing, yoga and photography

      A travel blog entry by froda on Apr 04, 2014

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      ... were so sour so I could hardly move and the waves where much bigger. So it was a constant battle between me and the waves for 2 hours!! And I had to turn around under water to not get hit by the wave and get on the board again and a new wave where coming so turn around again then on the board and then catch a wave. It was sooooooo exhausting. My instructer kept saying you have to paddle, paddle paddle and I was paddling for my life, but didn't move! It was so ...

      Day 4 - January 9

      A travel blog entry by lovejezelle on Jan 09, 2014

      ... what...it was LADIES NIGHT! Need I say more? Oh my... So, free drinks all night...yup, we danced. Greta can shake her booty so we did that all night. Fun songs were coming up so Brooke and I danced on the stage. It was probably the most fun I've had going in a bar in a while. Just having fun with people you don't know and dancing with no qualms. By the time we were walking home with everyone, we somehow ended up splitting up with everyone. Niklas went ...

      Day 6 - Extreme Canyoning

      A travel blog entry by marks-travels on Dec 23, 2013

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      ... about 30 minutes of hiking up the mountain, we each ziplined our way to our first rappelling platform.

      Thus began our first of 4 rappels down the waterfalls. The three guides on our tour were very encouraging, helpful & safety-conscious. We were required to wear our helmets at all times and whenever we were either in the waterfall, on a flat rock outpost of the waterfall or a zipline or rappelling platform, we were tethered ...

      Our Mangrove Forest Tour

      A travel blog entry by onereddog on May 01, 2013

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... impressive wasp nest, which are guide enabled us to see through his scope. We also saw noni fruit, which apparently is one of the new health crazes along with mango orchards, and cashew fruit. Who knew?
      While we were supposed to see scarlet macaws a few of our group did- we didn't. Oh well. We saw their pictures. Their largest predator is the jaguar and their shiest the Tapir. You might have to Google that to ...

      Fiesta like there's no mañana

      A travel blog entry by j-awesome on Mar 08, 2013

      9 photos

      ... can't hike to the top because, hello, it's active, but you can hike to the lava rocks and there is a really pretty view. however, la fortuna was cloudy the entire time we were there and that morning, we hadn't counted on rain. i don't own any rain gear and rosanne hadn't brought hers, so we decided to wait out the rain where the bus dropped us off, at the police station. we were cold, it was raining, and we desperately needed a coffee, so eventually the nice policemen ...