Hotel Poseidon Y Restaurante
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
Photos of Hotel Poseidon Y Restaurante
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Poseidon Y Restaurante Jaco
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Poseidon Y Restaurante Jaco
Travel Blogs from Jaco
... tell if we were going the correct way. FINALLY, we saw a sign in the distance with a plane on it with an arrow pointing to go down a street. We kept following those airplane signs until we saw the approach lights, which was a huge relief to me. Once we found the rental car place, we decided to find a gas station on that road to fill up our tank. I was ready to fill the tank completely up, but Derek had the smart idea of only filling up the tank to the spot when ...
And then it was time again for my departure. The 3 weeks in Asia has gone too quickly! I decided to take a tuk tuk to the airport which was the worst idea ever. It was around 1 hours to the airport on an highway and it was a que.. Before I left the tuk tuk driver named oscar ( we had dinner with him the day before) was playing pool and had just bought a new beer when I had to leave. He was like hold on and then drank the whole ...
... of him. Enough thinking of whats back home. It'll all eventually work itself out. Mind you, with how tough yoga class was today, I really didn't have much time to think of anything else other than the pose I had to do. By savasana, the rain had started pouring and I was getting dead tired that I swear, I had fallen asleep until she started telling us to start sitting up.
There were plans to go out tonight but really, by the time I had gone out of ...
... a lot today!
Since we had the only keys to the house and the boys had no way to get back in, we made sure we were home by early afternoon. Not that it was necessary because the boys didn't show back up until 4:45. What was supposed to be a 1/2 day trip turned into a full day adventure 20 miles offshore.
Chiri's Fishing Tours
... t register. But Diego wants to build a farm and harvest his coffee naturally - it matters to him to maintain organic beds of beans and ensure the plants and wildlife around his 5 hectare plantation don't endure the pesticide laced consequences of what is fundamentally a more lucrative option for him and his family. Whats even more interesting to note about fair trade from a western standpoint is this: you dont need to be exclusive on your fair trade produce to reap ...