Bluff Beach Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... in bad weather not so much fun. I then treated myself to a falafel wrap, it doesn't beat Schnafel in Clifton but it was something different. We then found a man selling sugar cane juice which was pretty much liquid sugar! He mixed it with lemon which made it pretty tasty. We then went back to the hostel with the plan to make banana milkshakes. We had spotted a blender in the morning and I had my doubts whether it actually worked. ...
... who loaded our luggage, as well as Bru and Amber, a honeymooning couple from Kentucky, into a truck and car and took us to Popa Hotel in Bocas Town where we transferred to the boat that would take us to Popa Island. The boat ride was about 30 minutes amongst the neighboring islands all covered with mangrove and the occasional thatched roof building. Thankfully the threatened rain never came. At the clubhouse we met Ziggy, a South ...
... season here the water wasn't that clear so I've decided against doing an open water course here, maybe I'll scuba again in Costa Rica though. This week I also went to Playa Bluff which has the biggest waves, there was no chance of swimming and not drowning but the three of us slept on the beach and it was really pretty. Everywhere is really pretty here! We also went to Red Frog beach on another of the island on Thursday, named after the red frogs that ...
... 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 ...
... the streets there is a real "homey" feel. It seems like the place one could settle down with their family and stay for a while. There are children everywhere, playing in the parks, running down the streets, and cars are scarce, except for taxis. There is no "McDonalds". There is no "Walmart". Everything is locally owned, locally produced, and run by locals. The people are friendly and helpful, and the weather is beyond imagination.
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