Hotel Poseidon Y Restaurante
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Travel Blogs from Jaco
... the town main road.. to the left of me were plenty of shops but to the right of me was a busy road then then further on was a pasture with lots of cows grazing on grass. I think it amazing how farm life can blend so easily with urban life in Costa Rica.
When I was in the busy section of downtown Jaco, I was when I heard a loud noise. I noticed everyone was looking up at the electrical wires and saw that there were tons of birds perched up there. They were screeching away... ...
... in part what makes travel so special. You learn a lot about yourself and you learn how folks in most parts of the world live. You don't take everything for granted when you return home again.
Tomorrow will be an exciting day. We have reservations for Extreme Canyoning: hiking down a mountain (yes, I promised Jill it would be hiking DOWN, not UP:), rappelling down waterfalls and then ziplining. Drew is going to test out his new GoPro camera. Stay ...
... at warp speed nine !!! Have I mentioned I may need new tyres ??????
He stopped for me to take a couple of pics at a river which would be interesting to swim in and we parked by a couple of Policemen who we asked to take a pic.
Arrived here at a sensible time, went for a walk, had a plate of Nachos with a few cocktails and the ground moved while walking back to the hotel !!!!! Raining with lightening and thunder.
Tomorrow ?????? Not sure !! ...
... What a rush! We've been rejoicing all day. Mike Flick is particularly rejoicing because Josh Thomas is his son-in-law. Hallelujah!
Because of the wedding ceremony, the kitchen facilities were closed tonight, so the guys all went to dinner at a local restaurant. We had everything from fish to steaks and nacho mixtos to burritos. You know, there just aren't that many restaurants we've been to where a dog can wander in and ...
... for some in the Rancho. In the morning you can sit and watch the sunrise and talk to God. It is a great way to start the morning! A couple of us walked around the campus and prayed for the houses, the grounds, the tias, the children, the staff. There were powerful moments as we walked and prayed. We had fried egg sandwiches, reminded us of home.
We went down to the Rancho after ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility