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... Islands for the next day (one day in Panama City was enough for us) at the Causeway and had dinner overlooking the city before falling into a sleep deprived coma at 9pm. The Pearl Islands were fantastic. We only had a day and met some Dutch KLM flight attendants on the boat to the Islands (about a 2 hr trip) who we spent most of the day with. Straight off the boat we jumped into a smaller one for some whale watching. This place ...
... in actual fact they come from Ecuador. Probably the most cosmopolitan country in the region it definitely has a flavour distinct from its neighbours.
Probably the first and possibly only Central American country (Apart from Mexico) I could have recalled off the top of my head before coming on this trip, Panama whilst not being the most exciting country on the list certainly has its draws. The opportunity to ...
... same interests when arriving in Bocas del Toro we went together in search of hostels. Mark and Kerry had found a nice place with a private room while Ria and I ended up staying at Hostel Luego. This hostel was fairly new, had great amenities, and offered a free pancake breakfast. That evening we toured the town and found a small cheap restaurant to have dinner. While walking back from dinner I noticed a sign in front of a new place called Hostel Tungara. ...
It was raining in the morning and so we decided to postpone the "tour" for next day. The weather got better later on and so we decided to go to the island of "Bastimiento."
Busy busy day. Basically we went to an Island "Bastimientos" to a little town for the locals then walked up a trail with lots of mud! since it rained the night before... but made it to a gorgeous beach and spent most of the day there. Met other people and just had a ...
... have seen a strong presence in most all cities in Panama!
Once the clouds moved on, we took a boat to another island in the chain called Isla Bastimentos...which was really unique. The town is a teeny tiny village, totalmente moreno, where no cars are allowed, residents live very simply, and kids are running and playing in every direction. After wandering around for a bit, we scooted around to the other side ...
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