- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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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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Wow!! What an incredible experience!! Lots of spiritual growth for each and every one of us!! Very productive work hours coupled with powerful testimonies and tremendous wisdom. Irreplaceable Fellowship
Praise God for the opportunity and experience
On the Costa Rican Pacific Coast, Puntarenas ("sand point" in Spanish) is the capital and largest city in the Puntarenas province. This city sits on a narrow peninsula but is not itself that much of a treat. I was preceded here by Hermán Ponce de Leόn back in 1519. Near here at Guanacaste in 2012, and before that in 2009 at San José, the capital city, I have many fond memories of Costa Rica.
One can ...
Loved spending a couple of hours with our Tico brothers and sisters worshipping Jesus. The message was on Jesus, the bread of life (Jesus, el pan de Dios).
Josh Thomas and Bill Mackey spent some time in the word with a team member studying John 1 and 2. They'll be studying John 3 and 4 tomorrow.
Had lunch with Tim and Dena and took ...
... beef and we chose one of each. (The next day we went for a walk around the grounds of the lodge before we left and discovered the cow, pig and chicken pens, all of which contained their corresponding animals..... needless to say I felt pretty guilty thinking that I had been chowing down on their brother or mother!) Another shockingly early night (about 9pm this time) and early morning again to pack and load the car. We were destined for Volcan Poas national park; a three hour drive ...
... bridge (closest parking to the Mangrove Lagoon Trail) produced Orchard Oriole and an Osprey, then we walked along the road to the trail, having paid for entry to the park at the main office.
The Mangrove Lagoon trail (formerly called La Vigilancia) starts about a ˝ mile south of the bridge. Just inside the entrance to the trail, on the left, was an area where a fallen tree had produced a small clearing, which was becoming overgrown. This small area ...