Bluff Beach Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Today we took a taxi boat to Red Frog beach and spent the day sunbathing and dipping in the sea. The beach was amazing and very caribbean feeling with palm trees and jungle all along the shore and white sands. We didn't see any red frogs though! The sea had loads of tiny bits of red seaweed in which felt a bit horrible on your legs so we didn't swim for long - ...
... much hope of a turtle when the guide suddenly stopped us in our tracks and said that there might be a turtle on the beach. In the gloom, there was just a dark blob, but off he went with his red torch to check. David thought it was 'part of the show' to keep our spirits up for our long trudge along the beach but was quickly proved wrong. The guide came back to our group and very excitedly told us that it was in fact a Leatherback turtle.
Everyone was a bit ...
... that they like to help but it's too much especially when we've travelled all day. After looking at a few places we settled on Hotel Seahorse. We met a really nice Panamanian lady Yasmita. She said $30 a night for a private room, AC and private bathroom. Greg bartered and said 2 nights at $25 each night. She said okay! We got in showered and walked around town. Our first stop was Buena Vista Restaurant which was right across the street from our hotel. I ...
... Toro port and start searching for our accommodation. Amanda found once again a sweet deal for us for a week - a studio apartment, queen bed, full kitchen, internet, cable TV and 2 glorious recliner chairs all this for $40 a night - STEAL!
With the full kitchen amenities available to us we started hunting for the best food on the island and make the most of cooking for ourselves. Finding a small grocery store called the “Super Gourmet” we went in to ...
... to explain how relatively fortunate they were to have their freedom as kids, saying that in Europe a lot of children ,never have played outside, climbed a tree, killed a chicken, watched a piglet born. perhaps on tv, or a cartoon. I tried not to patronise them and went to their shop (accompanied by young Daniel) to buy tomatoes,but realised the man in the shop had been on my launch from town and had bought his goods. I won't buy food that belongs to the ...