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Bocas Del Toro, Panama, after nearly a month of traveling we arrived in the Caribbean. Rough seas, murky water, rain, wind, dark and dreary just like those vacation commercials always depict when selling you on the Caribbean, o wait that's the complete opposite (thanks 1-800- Sandals for the unrealistic expectations). Okay all complaining aside there was some bad weather but we did our best to make the most of it (plus bad weather gave us an excuse to spend ...
... was all the same coloured soft coral we had seen earlier in the day but there were also hundreds of tiny fish in schools and starfish by the dozens.
As our appetites were still not back to normal, we only had a half portion dinner. Chicken, potatoes and salad - it was delicious and just enough to satisfy the hunger without overloading. It did leave enough space for an extra few glasses of wine which is a good sign of recovery too.
... quando era un soldato nella divisione dei Giaguari, ma a noi piace pensare che se lo sia guadagnato cacciando giaguari a mani nude nell’impenetrabile giungla panamense. Visto il personaggio sarebbe una storia pił che plausibile.
Dopo aver passato il primo giorno a recuperare le ore di sonno perse, visto anche che non ha fatto altro che piovere a secchiate tutto il tempo, ci siamo svegliati con l’arrivo di altri tre superstiti della nostra avventura a San Blas: ...
Wandered around town then quick shower and run to the supermarket to stock up on some good ol' rum :)
3hrs later after a lovely liquid dinner, we headed to a bar called mundido overlooking the sea - what much more could you want?!
1am back at the hotel and a steep climb to my bunk bed (I really hope I don't fall off....)
V and mini V (feeling uncomfortably ...
... so we decided to ride the 5 minutes into town and explore.
We had some pizza for lunch and had a quick poke around town, but it was so hot we just wanted some respite from the heat. In search of a beach for a swim and cool off, we settled for the stretch of beach that connects Bocas Town to the main Island. Our first stop, the water was murky, full of seaweed, and we seemed to be getting fibreglass-like prickles in our feet from the sand.