Hotel & Club Punta Leona
Travel Blogs from Jaco
Woke up this morning, proceeded to watch a bit of television and then went for a morning swim. I could get used to this sort of lifestyle.
I'm currently sitting in the common area near the pool writing this blog. Oh how I missed my calling!!!! I can definitely see how someone could love the life of a travel blogger. When you have a laptop, you can pretty well work from wherever you are. What a life that would be!! For my holidays, I am a travel ...
... unloading, it had been left on the shuttle van. I ran to the back of the ship, but the van had disappeared with my Bailey’s. After a few minutes of lamentations, I chalked it up to my annual donation to the local culture; last year my wallet, this year my Bailey’s. A few minutes before our ferry would slowly ease from the dock, the shuttle driver appeared, and with a smile, presented the bag to me. Crisis averted! On travel days, I often wear some kind of a shirt that ...
... enough time to grab some food & drink! I made friends with 2 Israeli/American guys on a 3 month tour - they speak 3 languages & just flick between them with no worries, so jealous! Arrived in Jaco & walked 2 km in the wrong direction doh, so I asked a local man where the street I needed was & lo behold my Spanish was that good that he started to answer in English then said "no, you speak Spanish I will answer in Spanish" luckily I actually understood him :) I went ...
... a block away from a beautiful beach, where you can sit out on your upstairs balcony, hammock it up, while looking out over said ocean or continue to chill while having creative project meetings in your own pretty pool: do you really need a taxi to go far? We did end up going a decent distance though. It was a must to see the local waterfall that Montezuma is ...
... down the beach. The crashing waves were quite picturesque.
Back to the bookstore where we bought postcards and a mammal card of Costa Rica. We visited with the lady that runs it and of course got her take on the water situation. She lives in Cabuya where it seems the water situation is in better shape.
Back to the hostel for a yummy guacamole sandwich before siesta.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet