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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Jaco
... horribly parallel parked the car, and we got out to walk around and find some magnets. The magnets were ok, but not great. After about 15 minutes of going back and forth between 5 shops, we decided to finally settle on some magnets and head back. As soon as we got back, I packed my backpack and headed straight for bed.
The next morning we woke up really early at 3:30am, and headed out for the checkout. We were promised breakfast packs for our early ...
I woke up late and missed the free breakfast. Funny how some people could have something like that ruin their day. Not this day! I ate a Larbar I had brought with me and headed out for a walk down the beach. Today I wore my new Keen hiking sandals. They allowed me to walk on the rocks and through the rivers without hurting my feet anymore than they already are. I also wanted to hike along the rocky path at the end of the beach that Ando had told me about yesterday. ...
... QV etc. The horn was sounded several times over the course of the next 40 mins or so and eventually the final passengers went on board just before 5pm. She finally pulled away about 5.15 and with the help of two tugs, swung around and headed out to sea …. But not before we waved the passengers off on the starboard side, saw someone’s washing hanging out across the balcony and crew member waving goodbye to us with a large white hand on a stick !!
... abandoned resort atop a mountain in Jaco. It seemed like it would have been beautiful at its prime for it had a beautiful view overlooking the ocean, but is now abandoned with graffitis throughout. I'm thankful I ended up bonding with Brooke (aka Brooklyn) last night in Go Fish, cause she ended up being my model for some of the better shots I took today. Again, taking photos of humans is probably more my liking in photography than abstract.
I felt like I ...
... it. Our commute to the worksite was past the old prison buldings, across the island and along the long sandy unspoilt beach of Playa Coco. We lined the edges of the path with large rocks from near the path route; we then laid first sand, from the nearby sandy beach; and lastly pebbles from the pebble beach, nearer the other end of the trail. The work was strenuous, as we loaded up pebbles into hessian sacks or backpacks at the pebble beach and carried them up and down slopes ...