Bluff Beach Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... I'm just kidding! Hope all of you have a great Christmas and New Year's Eve! Oh, and just so you know, I didn't really subscribe you to any explicit sites*. I'm not that nasty, so don't flip out and send me angry emails straight away! You should, however, write me to tell me how YOU'RE doing though... Anyway. Might even write another one of these next year. Don't hold your breath! Hah! Oh...and Caribbean reggae Christmas music....think about it... * (.........or did ...
... everyone alive, a little worse for wear, exhausted, shaken, back to the apartment, ripped off by the taxi driver $40US for all of us, whatever, we're alive, chill out, a few beers, Luke goes back out for a surf, I wrap the Christmas presents, dress up the Christmas tree (or Pineapple), dinner out Lukes choice of restaurant, drinks at the sports bar, call it a night, up off to surf again, this time dropped at Blackrock, at the pier, walk round to 'The Point' surf spot, Luke heads ...
Woke up not feeling great and it was raining. Had a slow morning but Ivo was keen to go quad biking and in a hurry whereas my body was telling me to take it easy so I decided not to go and him and Robin went instead. Had some pancakes for breakfast but then didn't eat til dinner time as stomach still not right. Didn't leave hostel all day til around 5. Spoke to a girl about Colombia and then chilled ...
... sea, it feels like a remote place. Niko and our captain tie up the boat and we disembark. Niko greets the indigenous couple that have made this place their home. They look no older than nineteen but have a young daughter, maybe about three. We're led up a muddy jungle trail and shortly we arrive at the reason we've come to this place. A large cave looms ahead, known simply as "the bat cave". It's abundantly clear as soon as we step inside that the name is an apt ...
... for Panama. With for thought I had printed off all flight information. This is a NECESSITY to enter the country to prove you will be leaving the country. If no flight info is available, they make you purchase a flight to prove you will be leaving. Bus tickets are not usable as proof! Another hour or so on our new bus, the Bocas boat couple giving pointers on good places to eat, where to go what to see etc. in Bocas. Also if anyone wants to cruise the Panama ...