Travel Blogs from Jaco
... while it became kind of repetitive. Don’t get me wrong here! I was glad I’ve came but I wouldn’t do it twice in other words! Blame it on the fact that I wasn’t sitting in the front seat!
One thing’s for sure! I was glad that it didn’t rain since after all, we were in a rainforest and our guide had ...
... little differently, with each of the PM teams hiding in a different location and playing sardines. Tavo suggested we hide under one of the Raleigh 4x4s, so we slid under; at which point I realised that yet again it was not a good idea wearing my denim skirt on changeover! When we had all our twelve venturers and after some last minute switches, we once again started with name games and energisers and as four of our group were newbies, it was all fresh for them. With jungle camp ...
... so you can cool down after walking in the sun. In my first weekend here I went out with some people from the school which was a lot of fun. Saturday afternoon we went to playa hermosa, which is a beach 15 min away from here, to watch a surf competition. On Sunday I went to see my first sunset here at the beach. It was breathtaking. The only sad thing was that my camera, read iPhone, did not capture it as pretty as it was. All together this was a very nice first week! ¡Pura ...
It's hard to quantify how great our get away day in Jaco turned out to be. On the way, we stopped to visit dozens of huge crocodiles. All the guys were amazed at their size and power. We watched them from a bridge over the river in which they swim.
When we arrived at Jaco, we had an oceanside breakfast at a hotel. Great b-fast! Then we went to the Vista Los Suenos zipline tour of the rainforest. The guys who had never ziplined loved it! Repeat visitors ...
... us of the hostel we stayed at in Vienna. Spooky. After sleeping for 4 hours or so we got up and later that morning went and met up with our old Irish buddies Seán and Rob who were also in Panama City. We spent our day together going to the Panama Canal museum, lunch and then catching a taxi out to the Miraflores Locks - part of the Panama Canal. We only spent an hour there but two things happened. 1. We saw a ship almost make it into the first lock 2. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking