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Simonandalison stayed here on Jan 21, 2011 during their trip titled: Simonandalison's Great Adventure.
... with horrendous weather as the main highlights of Bocas are island hopping, snorkelling and diving, so I needed good sun on my side for the other days. Overall Bocas was simply tranquil, I could have easily stayed here for a few weeks and adapt to the easy pace of life as the locals do, but after a good few days of visiting some pristine beaches where your group is often the only people there, I guess I needed to move on. After a short 45 min flight I arrived in ...
Size: 75,517 sq km or 29,157 sq mi
Major Religion(s): Christianity
Government: Constitutional Democracy
Head of State: President Ricardo Martinelli Berrocal
Suffrage: 18 years old
Border Countries: Costa Rica & Colombia
Climate: Tropical maritime; hot, humid, cloudy; prolonged rainy season (May to January), short dry season (Janurary to May)
Terrain: Interior mostly steep, ...
... use of stilts. The only downside to the town of Bocas was that the nice beaches were located on the opposite end of the island. You either had to take a water taxi, normal taxi, or a long bike ride. Ria and I had nothing better to do for the day so we decided to rent bikes and go to the beach. Our hour long bike ride brought us through a few small villages and wound through thick jungle before reaching the end of the road at Playa Drago. The pavement ...
... HOURS for him to go 100 meters!!
We also shelled out the big bucks for an all day tour (25 dollars is a lot, OK!?). We had a really fun mixture of people on our boat: a Slovakian couple, 3 from Madrid, and 2 from France. The day started in Dolphin Bay, and although we weren´t getting our hopes up for any sightings, we were sooooo excited when a little family of delfines arrived, jumping and splashing ...