Copacabana Hotel & Suites
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCopacabana Hotel & Suites Jaco
not clean,the pool was merky,the rooms smelled,and the owner was classless
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Travel Blogs from Jaco
... lost on the way to try to find the starting point. We had told Augusto that and he told us his family does the hike every Sunday, so when we saw him that Sunday afternoon, he invited us to join them. The hike up the mountain took only about an hour and along the way we got to know Augusto and his family better. He's from Peru initially and left the country by himself during a period of terror in the 1990s. He knew no english, had no money, ...
... words, but they are getting confused as to what word she is saying. As a result my 2 girls from Paquita are knocked out in the first round. The girl from Damas makes it through to the third round, and is unfortunately knocked out. We are now down to my one boy from Paquita, Daykin. He is doing amazing and has started asking for examples of the words when he's not 100% sure what Sara has said. After about an hour we finish with the top 2 students, Daykin being one of them and the ...
... window seat at the very back of the plane. I was sitting next to 2 chines people and I felt really claustrophobic. I could not sit there for 15 hours!! So I told the girl working there that I had a knee injury and needed to sit somewhere else. So I got a seat in the middle of two men from America. At the exit. They were really nice. They told me they had been serving 5 years in Afghanistan. And that they had serious issues ...
... trumpo in the middle of the gazebo.
When Aleksandra and I got back to school after photography, we went to the fruterias to buy vegetables for our pasta salad that were making for tonight's potluck. Then, we went separate ways and she went into town to make arrangements for her trip to Montezuma this weekend. The smaller supermarket did not have the salad dressing that I wanted, so I had to make my trek to the bigger supermarket in ...
... which just ended.
Our local lifeguard in front of our house, Jorge (prounounced Horhay), sets up beach chairs everyday and rents them out. He also brings us fresh coconut to drink and when we're done, he'll cut them open so we have the coconut meat to eat.
Ticos, as native Costa Ricans are known, are extremely friendly. Everyone says hi and smiles are bountiful. There are lots of dogs here in Esterillos and even they are ...