Playa Bluff Lodge
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... of Panama City is the immense heat. Some days it i just absolutely unbearable. The great part about Bocas is that it is about 10 hours north of Panama City, and it is by the ocean. The weather was never too hot, and the breeze was constant.
It's hard to say what my favorite part of Bocas was. Of course, the tours and activities were incredible, and it was great going to the beach and whatnot, but I think the best part was the ...
... beach was not suitable for swimming but today there was an unusually big swell with high dangerous waves breaking on the shore and rips. Erika and Jose's kids were keen to get in the water so we moved to a Lodge on the other side of the road which had a pool. The kids could swim in safety while the adults continued with beer and coffee.
We decided to walk back to Tesoro Escondido and waved the others off in ...
... went from 9:30am to 4:30pm. Once we booked our tour we took out laundry to be cleaned for $4 by a nice local woman. On our way back to our hotel we stopped at a shop and bought a snorkel kit for $15 a piece. Afterwards we wanted to snorkel so we got a boat ride to hospital point where we were dropped off on our own beach called the "beach of theives" lets just say $15 is really cheap for a snorkel set and they lived up to their ...
... kinda in the middle of nowhere. But the nowhere was actually the end of the road actually, and we needed to walk around the point to where there were a number of small hut and cabanas erected serving food and drinks, people swimming, people on floating lounges and just simply stunning waters!
Whilst here, there were a number of star fish as one would expect with a beach name of Star Fish beach! These were large beautiful star fish with a bright orange colour! ...
... in palapa roof huts on stilts. All had a different style and character and everyone greeted us, though some where quite reserved, understandably. This was not a tourist route,only a few sailboats stop here.
The children grow up here by the sea with all the fruit and food they need. Chickens, pigs and a type of agoute, which one man called Emanuel told me was a 'conejo'. 'That's not a rabbiit', I said ' but it is,it's a mountain rabbit' and he asked if I wanted to eat it ...