Morgan's Cove Resort & Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... inappropriate times. Our driver tool that to whole other level. Sallie was in the front and holding on for dear life. In the middle of the trip he got pulled over by the police and given a ticket. It was a nice break from the intense drive. The good news was we were in Jaco by 12:30. We went straight to the beach to see Rodrigo. Elizabeth booked a lesson and Sallie and I rented boards but had ...
... who were a spitting image of Nicki Minaj and the wolf guy off of twilight and a guy from the Netherlands who was travelling America before his masters. We all then had lunch and I had one last surf when the waves were calmer and more rideable. We played Frisby with the guys and the dogs and named the puppies. We then had dinner and I was taught some Spanish and was teaching the Costa Ricans some proper english (not ...
... mud or preying on birds around them! They were interesting to watch closely!
Our two hour boat ride was enormously enjoyed and time flew by fast. Back on dry land, we boarded our motor coach for our hour and a half ride back to Puntarenas!
Once onboard the Legend of the Seas, Michel and I relaxed a bit while watching the sunset in the horizon. This ...
... up a series of unique challenges. There's really only 1 playable court in Jaco and we're down there most days. The distractions/viewing audience can be distracting. It's not unusual for Toucans and Macaws to fly over and perch in the trees around the court. And we always get a visit from a large pair of iguanas (Ricky and Lucy as named by DH) who enjoy watching from the trees or the patch of grass adjacent to the court. That part is great but what these critters do ...
... La Corona, ducking beneath passionfruit vines, squelching between chicken coops, weaving beneath papaya trees and tall, strident sugar cane, i see a wiser, more diverse approach to produce and self sufficiency. They can't and wont let it happen again. Talking to the farmer, a quiet, twinkly eyed campesino called Diego, I quickly assess that as Nicaragua's number one export, standing in this very field we are on the frontline of a highly political, economic and ...