Morgan's Cove Resort & Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I had always wanted to go to Costa Rica. Up till this point I had visited 6/8 countries in Central America. The only ones left to visit were Costa Rica and Nicaragua. I had noticed that LAX-SJO and back looked really good. When looking at what to check out around SJO, it came down to the Jaco area and Arenal. I would have loved to visit Arenal, but it was too far and I was really craving a beach setting. I decided on the Jaco area. Doing my research, I noticed there was a white ...
Today I ventured out. I walked all of Jaco Beach and the farther I walked the nicer the beach became. Outside of my resort the beach is very rocky and the sand is dark. When I got to the far end of the beach the sand lightened up and was soft. Soft enough for me to layout and read my book. On the way to this ideal locale I was asked by a surf instructor, Ando if I knew how to surf. We had a great conversation that was the highlight of my day. It ...
... that language-learning is a competitive body contact, blood sport and since I supposedly had a big advantage with my pedestrian French (and the fact I know how to say "yo no hablo espanol"), I was banned from reading or speaking Spanish until DH had decided that she had enough of a head-start (apparently somewhat unfamiliar with the concept that to gain a head-start you actually need to move forward).
That said, we have made a relatively big commitment ...
... getting better. The boat trip to Tortuga took about an hour and a half, through open water, then through a channel filled with rock and jungle islands.
Along the way we were offered fruit drinks, pineapple, and other deliciously ripe tropical fruits. When we arrived, the crew set up the equipment for those of us who wanted to snorkel, splitting us into two ...
... preparation team for the five week expedition Adventure Challenge; where they'd be camping out, making rafts, fishing and completing challenges around the island. It was with fond memories that we set off again, across the water to our next national park of Carara. The parks themselves were very close but differed vastly, in look and feel. San Lucas was remote and sprawling, whilst Carara was bigger and more densely populated by both plants and animals. In Carara we would be ...