Copacabana Hotel & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... by that description and would look for a better route down. During our rocky, bumpy descent we passed some very surprised looking back-country farmers who I don't think could believe what they were seeing! Anyway, we made it. We found our hotel (Tuanis, which means cool) fairly easily but it was too early to check in so we had some lunch and then went for a drive to nearby Playa Hermosa, ...
... school and it has been so good. I woke up at 7 to have yoga at 7.15! The yoga was really good it was different to what I have done earlier. It was a lot of stretching and a lot harder. So straight after yoga I had photography class and I have already learnt so much! The photographer teacher is called Carlos and he explained everything about movements and frozen picture and what settings to have on different type of pictures! We drove to this ...
... but I'm definitely not ready to graduate to another level yet. I need to study!! Spanish lab was fun though. Laura bought two different types of banana: a) a sweet one that was fried called patacones and b) a green banana (not the ripe one) that got fried on one side then taken out, mashed, placed back on the frying pan then once fully fried, got sprayed some salt then served with a bean dip! Both were very delicious!! I have pictures of me cooking so ...
... 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)
... going back to the big league. Since it now plays a role in my daily routine, like any discerning addict its only fitting to learn where the origins of my addiction come from. And so I find myself, bumping along on the back of yet another pick up, adding to my colourful collection of bruises whilst heading north into the hills of Matagalpa to visit a traditionally run coffee finca. Named La Corona (the crown) the farm is family run but possibly alludes to the princely ...