Cielito Sur Bed and Breakfast
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to the restaurant at our hotel and had some "Thai fusion" which sounds interesting but it was tasty! There was no sleeping in on Sunday morning! We had arranged to do a hike with a local guide named John. He was very knowledgeable and spoke excellent english. We hiked (or more walked) along the pipeline trail in search of the elusive quetzal! There also happened to be a large group on the trail ahead of us so unfortunately we didn't see anything. But we did get to ...
... beautifully.) They want to know that you will not run out of money during your stay. No visa is necessary in Panama for US citizens. We showed him the onward itinerary and credit card, but he wanted to see the credit card statement, which we did not have. He pointed us to an internet cafe and off we went. We logged on to our credit card site and printed the document we thought he wanted to see, then walked back to the official and showed him that we had plenty ...
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Here's my video from our weekend in David/Boquete/Volcan, including our VOLCANO CLIMB!
... he took us a block up the road. We were so close. After he dropped us off we realized there weren't any street lights so it was very dark and still raining. The hostel was surrounded by a security fence and barbed wire. Dark place, security fence, 2 Americans in a third world country and rain, a perfect setting for a thriller movie. There was box we had to talk to for the owner to let us in. After 5-8 rings she talked into the box. We said we needed a room and she was a ...
... and felt sorry for the poor spider but we didn’t realise that was going to be his fate.
We took a bus 20km further up into the mountains to a town called Cerro Punta and from there we hiked a further 3km to a tiny village called Guadalupe where we were going to stay in a hiking/Eco lodge. It was a lovely lodge with fireplace nice big lounge and really nice rooms. It sits on the edge of the National Park and you can stay in cabins high up in the cloud forest but ...