Cielito Sur Bed and Breakfast

Address: Volcan, Panama | B&B
 
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      Travel Blogs from Volcan

      The 8 Real-estate Marketing Strategies

      A travel blog entry by skinnyrubb688 on Jan 03, 15

      ... activities.

      It basically comes down for the basics, whom would you like to sell the house? Which target group do you have in mind? Where are you able to buy viable properties? Are you sure it's the best group? Why the group you have in mind? These are a few of the questions which you must have in mind. But the remedy for these marketing flops is usually within reach and only requires a slight stretch for them to start turning the events round. Incorporate all ...

      Its the Climb

      A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jun 22, 2014

      19 photos

      Written story and pictures coming soon!
      Here's my video from our weekend in David/Boquete/Volcan, including our VOLCANO CLIMB!

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xju0C5v eC38
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      Walk in Parque Internacional de la Amistad

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jun 05, 2014

      29 photos

      ... closest to the park entrance, the small farms are owned by private families whilst closer to Cerro Punta, the farms are bigger and belong to Croatians on one side of the road and Polish on the other. The European owners arrived after World War II and their kids, who now run the farms, were born in Panama. Most of them employ 50 to 100 people in the busy times, who are mostly indigenous and come from other provinces to work here for few months.

      Most of ...

      Another day of travel

      A travel blog entry by gkmadventures on May 13, 2014

      3 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Volcan Baru the highest point in Panama

      A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on May 04, 2014

      23 photos

      ... seemed to be shut and the restaurants weren’t selling beer which was really weird. We wondered whether they didn’t drink in Volcan or were really religious but we soon found out from a local that it was the General Election today so selling beer is banned in bars, restaurants and supermarkets. Apparently there are 3 possible presidential winners and they get elected for 5yrs. The last one was apparently rubbish and ...