Cielito Sur Bed and Breakfast

Address: Via Volcan - Cerro Punta, Volcan, Panama | B&B
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This B&B is located on Via Volcan - Cerro Punta, Volcan.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking


        • Airport Transportation
        • Continental Breakfast

        TripAdvisor Reviews Cielito Sur Bed and Breakfast Volcan

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        Travel Blogs from Volcan

        2010. The Downpour

        A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 30, 2015

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        Day 005 3 hrs, 2.1 kms A bus is about to leave. "Do you go to Boquete?" I ask "Uh... yeah" Turns out, no. This bus takes me to David, and from there I have to back track several hours to get back to Boquete. I opt for a better plan: I get off in the town of Volcan, where I'll have a look around, then I figure things out from there. Volcan feels more like ...

        Mountain breeze

        A travel blog entry by alisonoudman on Dec 23, 2014

        ... of the pickup trucks had gates on the back so they could bring cattle to market. I was very surprised by how developed everything was. We also saw a lot of corn and sugar cane being grown. We were also surprised at the amount of tractors and equipment we saw. (Lots of John Deere... :) ) Our buses throughout the day steadily got bigger and nicer. One part of the trip was supposed to take 2-3 hours but ended up being over 4 because of the road construction. Basically ...

        Welcome to Panama - an Eventful Border Crossing

        A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Aug 08, 2014

        1 comment

        ... to getting our exit stamp. After some broken Spanish and English exchanges and much confusion, we paid for the vouchers, walked back to the immigration line, got our stamp and proceeded to the Panamanian side. The exit fee was $8. When we found the Panama entry line, we approached the Panamanian immigration official feeling prepared for anything. We had proof of an onward ticket back to the States, which many countries require, and a credit card to ...

        Another day of travel

        A travel blog entry by gkmadventures on May 13, 2014

        3 photos

        ... we are going" instead I grabbed the phone and there was an English speaking boy on the other end. He asked me where we are going and if he wanted a reservation to be called for us. The bus boy called his friend to speak to us and translate where we were going. It was a very very nice gesture. The bus boy gave us a thumbs up after talking to his friend and we were good to go. It was still raining raining when we got off the bus. We tried giving the bus boy a $2 tip for calling ...

        Lost waterfalls trek & drunken Americans

        A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on May 08, 2014

        17 photos

        ... dead when they walked into the garage. This is murder plain and simple in my eyes but the Americans couldn’t have disagreed more.

        We were arguing that they should ban guns and then you wouldn’t need guns to protect yourself, she had 3 0r 4 guns and said anyone who stepped on her property would get shot. Note to self if I’m in Texas don’t just pop into someone’s house to say hi! We do love the fact that you ...