Hotel Lula's Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
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... for an air conditioned bus is just plain nuts. Back in Bocas Town we scouted a restaurant for our first cocktails on the island. We picked one down the road because it's supposed to have great views of the sunset. Problem was the clouds were so thick we never saw much. Totally didn't matter because we enjoyed an extended happy hour of $1 beers and $2 mixed drinks while munching freshly-caught shrimp and tuna. Paradise found! Until we went to bed and discovered that our ...
... of Red Frog, stunning Forrest, so lush, Luke carrying his board, white sand beach, chilled hammocks on the beach, tightrope, walk along the beach, beautiful beach, lush land, giant swing, beast Hamburger I've ever had, swim, sun-bake, grey clouds coming, outta there, head home on a water taxi, getting wet, dropped at our door, chill for the arvo, off to Indian for dinner, best meal of Bocas, Luke bailed early, wine bar for a last Bocas town sip, bottle of red and 3 glasses ...
... mixed signals! Went through shallow pass with lots of starfish. Then onto pier where we had to pay entry fee. Decided to buy a beer for beach. Then took boat to zapotilla - really nice island, gorgeous sand and palm trees and water so clear. Kind of what I was expecting all of bocas to be like, really beautiful, shame we only had 2 hours there. Just chilled out bit if swimming and bathing. Sun came out for a while, big wave came in and soaked my ...
... and then some, but more on that later.
I got up in the dark, picked up a coffee on the Lido Deck and took it up to the Crows Nest. We were moving slowly through a flotilla of parked merchant vessels as the sun came up over the isthmus. At this point in Central America, the ribbon of land runs east-west, so we were headed north. As the big windows gradually cleared of early morning condensation, we saw a ...
... to deteriorate until ten years ago, when it was declared a Historic Site and thus has been undergoing many renovations. In fact, almost every cobblestone street I walked on and almost every building I saw was under renovation! Walking toward Las Bóvadas, you can see the Panama City skyline. Two of my favorite pictures I took are looking through the “windows” of a building structure that is being renovated (actually, the walls are all that ...