Club Del Cielo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Club Del Cielo Jaco
Travel Blogs from Jaco
... watched the takeoff and took in the beautiful Costa Rican scenery one final time before napping for the majority of the 5.5 hour flight back, which ends the trip.
The visit initially didn't start out well: got lost enroute to hotel, set too high expectations of Playa Blanca and was not happy when they were met. However, once I took a different approach to looking at Costa Rica, I really enjoyed it! It was a very scenic country, filled ...
... 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 ...
... Suggested we have a good face time session sometime soon. Sent me a picture of Lola - boy, do I miss her cuddles! He said I love you first. That was really nice. I'm thinking he's slowly missing me? Mustve been the pictures I put up from today. Who knows?
Ok, I'm off to bed. Cant wait to go to the beach tomorrow and theres apparently a huge beach party plus half off sushi - cause who can say no to that?
... of Carlos) and then taking the passenger ferry (probably an optimistic description of the boat we'll be taking) across the Nicoya Sound to Montezuma. All of this with our luggage, mind you, which we'll then traipse through town to find out hotel, Luz de Mono. [Hey, nothing will beat our 30 minute trek through a small Panamanian town with all of our luggage down dusty potholed roads to the bus station three years ago on Christmas ...
During the celebration, Alan Persinger decided to test the rocks upstream and showed great balance on the slippery river rocks. I decided to follow a less slippery route and decided to jump into the shallow river to feel the cold water over my feet. Jerry Gifford tried to follow suit, but took a brave and dangerous path. He managed ice skate on small indentation full ...