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
... in the world
of Jason and Bonnie in the Pacific Ocean, furry rocks trump pointy rocks. I
limped a bit yesterday, and my shoe is tight today, but I'm glad to be able to
wear a sneaker in the airport today!
We watched the sunset over the ridge, and it was as
expected, an amazing experience. Sonia's ankle is very badly sprained so we
didn't get to see her before we left, but she was so grateful for our service.
I am sad to ...
... why they are a menace to the trees.
A black iguana was in front of us in the middle of the trail. Everybody took pictures and suddenly a bright orange bird flew and landed on a branch to our right. Everybody got excited about the bird and forgot about the iguana. When one of the Taiwanese moved backwards, the iguana was startled, and the three Taiwanese jumped to their feet and screamed. We saw the iguana instantly change its colors. Whether it was ...
... be sitting on the Pacific coast and to be left cheering the lonely breezes that find their way inland. And part is due to the cost of electricity- it's very high and sits on a sliding scale that heavily penalizes the air conditioner types- at key moments of the day we huddle around the a/c in our room jostling for position- even our fitness centre, which advertises a/c only seems to turn it on for a few minutes a day (as the pools of sweat around each piece ...
... La Corona, ducking beneath passionfruit vines, squelching between chicken coops, weaving beneath papaya trees and tall, strident sugar cane, i see a wiser, more diverse approach to produce and self sufficiency. They can't and wont let it happen again. Talking to the farmer, a quiet, twinkly eyed campesino called Diego, I quickly assess that as Nicaragua's number one export, standing in this very field we are on the frontline of a highly political, economic and ...
... we were greeted with a sign that said closed for a private event. The dining room had been taken over by a wedding. On of the employees said that we could be served up the next flight of stairs. So off we go I figured that it would be some luncheon area but boy was I wrong. Apparently they have a real fancy restaurant that is only open on the weekends which we would not see because we are leaving tomorrow but because of the special event ...