DoceLunas Hotel, Restaurant & Spa
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... famous beach. It has very little development and a very long stretch of grey sand. The surf looked ok but the beach itself lacked visual appeal. By this time it was ok to check in so we headed back to Jaco. It's not the most glamorous or charming town but equally, not as tacky as the guidebook made it seem. We had a nice meal there and enjoyed a lovely walk along the beach watching the sun ...
... where we were going to take photons. It was really cool only local people preparing their boats for fishing, some coming back from fishing and some people just relaxing in their boats. We were able to take a lot of pictures but where not allowed to delete any. I also decided to do surfing when Julie is leaving. She only have one more day here and after that I'm attending surfing as well. The surfing will be in the afternoon at 4 pm in the sunset. I'm ...
After yoga, Alana decided that we quickly get ready and go, just the two of us, to Tsunami, a Japanese restaurant famous for its half-priced sushi on Wednesdays. I am so glad we made that choice because just as when the big group from School of the World was coming, the restaurant itself was getting packed with a lot of people so our group took forever to get their food and their bill.
It was lovely having the alone time with ...
... Oeste fits the bill perfectly for me. In fact, I can't think of a single must have that is missing for me here.
Of course, Costa Rica, or any foreign country for that matter, isn't home and so reading the guide books about exotic destinations can be deceiving. When I read guide books, I mistakenly think of the best of home, layered with all the wonderful things you read about the place you're about to visit. I think the guidebooks should ...
... coffee cultivated here and sold to both an international and domestic market. Reaching a gradient of 88% it's only 4% away from the highest coffee classification on the planet, so my taste buds (and I) expect big things from this small plot of 5 hectares. Some 45 minutes up Into the cloud forest, the already pocked road shifts into the realm of crater sized chunks to challenge our suspension and glutes even more. A look of express gratitude finds its way onto my face as ...