Hotel Poseidon Y Restaurante
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... to local typical restaurants, there are many options everywhere.
The condo complex we are staying at is a perfect size, like Jaco itself. It's not too big, but not too small. Each time we enter or leave the front gates we are greeted with smiles from the friendly security guards. By spending time at the pool, we've met many people staying here for extended periods of time. There are Canadians and Americans who've retired who come up here for ...
After my morning butterfly survey, we went on an otter survey in the afternoon. Unfortunately again we were unable to see the elusive otter, but we did see some of it's scat and we also had a lovely dip in the river. Had a relaxing evening reading in one of the hammocks and chatting with the ...
... really hard to get some friends. But we actually just really like the place and the food.. But we went out with them on Friday night and the cool thing is that all girls wherever you go get free drinks! And free entry. It was really fun but it was some weird people and a lot of local people there. I talked to a lot of people and it's seems like everyone that live in the town was out that night. Because the next day I met everyone and I felt so ...
... was a rush to Spanish class. It was a surprise to see how much I still remember from Spanish classes in high school. Obviously, theres no way I can be conversational but its nice to know I still remembered words here and there. Laura, our instructor, taught us that pronunciations of "ll" are different in Argentina or Spain (they use LL as y) versus Costa Rica (where they use it as J) - a bit of a confusion and adjustment to how I normally speak Spanish but ...
... the mass exodus from the cities on holidays to the coast for Tico families. I think this is what it looks like.
Hey, I shouldn't complain. We had a week of secluded beaches to ourselves. If we had arrived during Peak Season itself, I wouldn't know any different and would consider ourselves lucky that there weren't more tourists. As I write this post at 6:30am (yes, we're still waking up by 6:00am daily), I see 4 ...