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Travel Blogs from Boquete
... delivery, Kayshana was flawless and I couldn't be more proud of her. I can't imagine how she felt getting up there, but whatever nerves she might have had were not apparent!
Here in lays the proof that with Jehovah's help, "all things are possible." (Matt 19:26)
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... destination-hot springs. I knew the hot springs would not only help my soon to be sore muscles, but would help clean all of the scratches and wounds on my hands and knees from playing on rocks. It didn't last long before I went to go play in another freezing river and then returned to the hot springs. As we were leaving on the hike, our guide warned us to look out for snakes and went into detail about how they were the second deadliest ...
... feet....achen legs......Worth every second!
Needless to say we all went straight to bed on our return.
Cathal and I went to the shops for some food an hr or two later.On my way back into the hostel the owner stopped me to ask me where I had gotten all the bites.
I was a patchwork of lovely HUGE swollen bites.I told him since I got to Boquete, Why?
He didnt reply but told me to move rooms straight away.
... We enjoyed our cocktails and dollar beers.We tested all the local beers in Panama. There are three national beers, Panama, Balboa, and Atlas.Fiona and I decided we like Panama beer the best.
We didn't have a set plans for our trip.We decided to stay in Bouqete one more night so we could enjoy the town.
The next day,we slept in. We then went to check out the local farmers market. The farmers market felt more like an expats market. Boquete is ...
... on the second floor with the history of the area. Finally we made our way down to the Explora Ya office. On the way, we got some fruit shakes at Sugar and Spice- a cute bakery that I think is American owned. There were a lot of American expats/retirees there too. Apparently, there is a pretty big American population living in Boquete. The most amazing part of our day was our horseback ride. The pictures do not to it justice! At first, we were ...