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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Caletas Jaco
The entire complex is located on the top of a mountian ridge some thirteen hundred above the blue Pacific below. Every night has a beautiful sunset which should be enjoyed while sipping a glass of wine or enjoying a sumptious meal. The rooms are spacious and comfortable the service is second to none. If there are any down sides the first is a lack of water pressure in the shower and changing temperature very minor. Second if you are not a fan of heights the driveway could be a challange but they you would not have the spectacular vistas from every room. This is close to the national park for jungle tours and the beach. A positive thumbs up.
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... student from Cocal who is the daughter of Aneida who cooks lunch for the volunteers each day, so a fantastic result all around!!!!! Next we move onto the secondary school kids, all 4 who have turned up (from the same school). 2 other schools were supposed to turn up, but the bridge out of the town had fallen, so no one could get out?! And no one knew what happened to the second school who was supposed to participate. Lauren and I are recruited as judges and have to moderate as ...
What a blessing this trip has been for me already. I couldn't have asked to be with a greater group of men. Since being here I feel so free, breaking free from company emails, phone calls, and text has been amazing and given me so much time to just live and spend time with God in prayer. I have for the first time in my life confessed my sins (all of ...
... by having dinner this evening in the Windjammer instead of the Main Dining Room because I wanted to see the cruise ship lift anchor!
We left Puntarenas port at 7:00pm this evening under dark skies, warm breeze and views of a crescent moon shining way above our heads! Life couldn’t get any better! I still felt wonderful with no motion sickness!
... with me finishing up my meal while I sipped on an unbelievably good cup of coffee. Made and approved by a little local granny of course.
It occurred to me while I sat on the bench that I am part porch percher. As a partial porch percher every so often I like to perch it on a porch, bench, mountain, river, and rooftop of a skyscraper ...
... hour traffic. Now over an hour late, we spotted T waiting outside of the arrivals door. We made our way back to Highway 27, and I’d guess that the entire population of San Jose’ had decided to go the same way we were, and road crews were still paving and blocking lanes well past dark. The sunset was still remarkable, as watched from our dirty car windows as we slowly crossed through the mountains back to the west coast. This drive is ...