- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Before coming to Costa Rica, I was warned to stay in Jaco for as little time as possible. It isn't the most beautiful and it doesn't have the coolest atmosphere but I was so excited to come back. We left La Fortuna with Elizabeth in tow. We took a shuttle bus for the trip. The drive was through the mountains and the foothills. Our driver was crazy. A lot of people in Costa Rica drive quickly and ...
... the road for some pastries and also had a look around the market where I got some souvenirs. I got lost but eventually found my way back to then meet some people at the hostel who were on the Costa Rica experience trip. Made friends with all of them as they were going to Nottingham and some were on the same flight as me. We then had dinner at the hostel and fell asleep straight ...
They came out of nowhere and flew way above our heads while I was fast enough to capture their flight on camera! They’re considered endangered today due local extinction through habitat destruction and capture for the parrot trade!
But enough talking about birds! As much as they were nice to see, lots of crocodiles were also spotted along the shore ...
... ability to balance on a moving board, but I'm giving new meaning to the term 'wipe-out'. DH is doing a little better but I'm sure it looks as though there's a sniper in the trees picking us off each time we try to stand. Each attempt at surfing is also followed by a thorough documentation of all new and recurring injuries (DH is winning that game but primarily because of a large bug that flew into her ear and never came out).
4- Playing tennis in ...
... employees. And so, an entire chunk of the nation was left suffering silently, living homeless and hungry on the road side without edible crops to even soften their rumbling stomachs and disillusioned hearts. Like most things, it got worse before it got better. Children died, the government turned a blind eye. Only when a grass roots founded organisation - El Tuna - was established, and protests enacted, did change slowly happen for these farmers and their families. Now, as ...