Hotel Villa Creole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Creole Jaco
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... to get up at all and feeling very discouraged we returned the board only an hour later. That afternoon our day got better however, when our new American friends came back and we decided to drive to a nearby jungle trail with them. It was closed but we found another trail which we walked until it ended and jammed to Tswift on the car ride back! A bit later Pelly and I went for a walk on the beach to watch the sunset, and ran into Leo and Gray again (we ...
... our way, one resort stood out. We asked a guest on the beach if he would recommend it and headed to the front desk to find out prices. The setting was beautiful, with well maintained gardens, a nice pool, and great rooms. Then we heard the price which was only $77/ night, $30 cheaper than what we were paying. We were sold. We booked a room, had an morning on the beach reading and moved our things. A sense of calm came over ...
... Sea side of the country is the wettest area where bananas grow.
In fact Costa Rica exports Bananas, Pineapples and other tropical fruits which grow in abundance here.
Our driver Mr Ron stopped from time to time to pick fruit, flowers etc and Leo would talk about them and pass them around - he certainly knows his stuff !
After about 30 minutes of driving, - some of it on the ...
still writing this late so lets hope I remember as much as I can because I kid you not..Thursday was even more fun than Wednesday...oh dear.
I'm pretty sure it was a killer waking up Thursday, only cause it's been a killer trying to wake up the last couple days. Spanish was 9:15 in the morning. Must've been fun, must've been great, must've learned something.
Then photo was at 11:15... It was cloudy Thursday so we didn't leave anywhere ...
... our camp area. One such surprise came early though, when one set of housekeepers decided to hang a washing line behind camp. They managed to disturb some bats nesting there, which flew out at them; unfortunately they drew the blood of one of the venturers and as we didn't know if it was a scratch or a bite, there was a (tiny) risk of rabies. After treatment from Kelly and a MEDREP to Fieldbase, Tavo accompanied him to the mainland for a rabies jab, to make 100% sure! During our ...