Hotel Lula's Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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Our time spent on San Andres was pleasant and it was nice to have access to great restaurants and ice cream. But the clock is ticking and the hurricanes are spooling up, it's time to leave for Bocas Del Toro, Panama. The morning we were scheduled to leave the wind was blowing around 23 knots in the anchorage. We had expected to pull anchor at 6am but decided to wait out the winds a little ...
... we saw numerous dolphins jumping out of the water and swimming past us, it was pretty amazing! Next stop was to a coral reef for some snorkelling and the last stop was to an island which was just like paradise!! The sea was so unbelievably clear, spent the afternoon chilling on the beach. After a good few days just chilling I made my way to Boquete, attempting to get off the first boat I realised that it was not a good idea to do so with my backpack ...
... Panama. Just in case you didn’t notice, that title is a palindrome. Catchy, hah? Let’s just say we loved the transit!
The most interesting part of the story is how Teddy supported the “revolution” that “freed” Panama from Colombia. No matter that the “rebels” were business men who thought the Canal would be good for, well, business. They just didn’t like the fact that Colombia was haggling ...
... and getting organised. So we spent most of our time here in a little cafe on stilts organising ourselves. Whether this be things that have been hanging over us from England, arranging where we might visit next, looking at transport, doing the blog or simply getting our washing done. We did rent a couple of bikes though and visit the local 'micro brewery'. It wasn't nearly as impressive as some of the other cevezerias we have visited, and was way too expensive, we did find a ...
... 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 ...