Club del Sol
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Club del Sol Jaco
Travel Blogs from Jaco
... cook than it is to eat out. Having said that though, the food and the restaurants here are fantastic and we've thoroughly enjoyed our meals. When we look at the money we've spent in Costa Rica, we've felt that we haven't got a whole lot for the money we've spent.
We have a couple weeks left here and definitely want to experience other parts of the country after we leave Jaco and that is something we're definitely looking forward to.
Day 5 and 6. English teaching in Paquita. I am so glad that I did not waste my years studying teaching at Uni, as I am definitely not cut out for it. Starting the day with grade 1 English, we are learning shapes, Square, Triangle, Rectangle, Circle. They repeat the words back to me, but the vague look in their eyes indicates that I truly am speaking a foreign language to them. I think this must be the look I have when taking Spanish classes. Then off ...
... the table as no waiter had been near him so I got my tea then over to the waiter to get a juice for Doug.
We had almost finished our cereal when a waiter brought over two glasses of water. Apparently Doug had ordered them when I was getting either his cereal or mine … I'd hate to think what would have happened in the dining room.
I have no idea why service for breakfast in the dining room in the mornings ...
... he brought us to a local Jaco fishing community to take pictures deciphering the difference between "golden section" and "symmetry". It was the first time I've ever used my t2i in manual mode - pat on my shoulder! I finally understood what the -2 to 0 to +2 calibre in my screen stood for. As well, another thing I learned is that shooting people is what brings me joy. To be more specific, I'm probably proudest of the photos I took of the little girl and ...
... which had been on my Raleigh project wish list, ever since I first heard about it at my preparation weekend, back in December last year. As the work was almost complete on San Lucas, we would switch locations mid-phase to the nearby Carara National Park, on the mainland. We'd get to live and work in not one, but two national parks. Isla San Lucas is an island located off the Pacific shore of Costa Rica in the Gulf of Nicoya and is under five square kilometres. It had been a ...