The Riverside Inn Boquete
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... uneventful, as you would hope, although it was locked when I arrived. However a security guard outside a building just down the street told me that the hostel owner would be back in a few minutes. I didn't check, but apparently the Panamanian President lives down the street, so it may well have been some of his guys. All the residential properties in the street were gated, so there could have been a few other influential people living in the street. Sure enough, Gabriel ...
... to say ' 2 wursten bitte' in Panama! It was very good.
Our accomodation had a kitchen and we could cook for ourselves with food from the local supermarket, the prices were much more reasonable than Bocas.
Lots of outdoor activities again, rafting, hiking, canopy tours, zip lining, ATVs, hot springs, gardens etc.
Having done most of these activities, we settled for a coffee ...
... day job was boss of the launch boats in the port. After a while we motored (no sailing allowed) towards the Gatun locks. Just before the locks we rafted up with two other yachts, one of which was owned by a couple of Kiwis. Once in formation we motored into the lock. We were one of the outside boats so we had to handle the lines between us and the guys on the canal walls. Our job was to keep the lines taut. This wasn't too strenuous to ...
... so so full of energy and so crazy. He was making some balloons for kids who passed in the street, and they invited us all to show us the local stream. They took us up and showed us where we could swim (we wouldnt of found it otherwise). It was beautiful and boss to go with locals! In the afternoon he aked if we wanted to go with him when he went to an orphanage to make balloons for the kids. We all went but he hadnt told them in advance so they said we ...
... to us certain situations, occurrences and animated stories in a mingled and confusing Spanglish. Her means of communicating in English was by using repetitive words like ‘example’ and ‘position’. And she became a regular occurrence in our room, perhaps as regular as the TV bolted to the wall or heavy wooden beds, every chance she got she entered to ask us what time we required breakfast the next morning but more so as a great excuse to give us another lesson ...