Playa Bluff Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... later, I arrived at Aqua Lounge, a hostel and bar built entirely over the sea! You can even see the water through the gaps in the floor boards in the dorm which was pretty cool. Taylor and MC arrived just as I was checking in with Alex, Kyle, Stew and Max - American guys we had met in San Juan. The hostel has a really good pool complete with swings, slack line and a trampoline at the side to jump in from. We ...
Erin and I spent two weeks on the archipelago of Bocas Del Toro, here are a few stories. The Wreck I'm swimming away from our boat, watching through my mask as the ocean floor gradually becomes more distant. Ahead, a shape looms in the murky water (the ocean around Bocas Del Toro is known for low visibility due to river run off in the area). I swim nearer and the shape coalesces in my vision. It's small ship, sunk a decade or so ago. Life has taken to it in abundance. ...
... one) I ran into my 5 Spanish amigos from yesterday! "Darren we're off to Drago and Playa Estrella( starfish beach), come with us!! Plans changed and I was off, without beach necessities, to the beach in another shuttle bus over pot-holed, windy roads created by Callie's and following a snake I'm sure! Drago is a beautiful strip of Sandy beach. REALLY!!! Wide enough between the palms for the car to drive on!! Out we get and into a boat for the 10 minute ride to ...
... zone out of the waves breaking on the reef and just tried to focus on the trees on the shoreline to reduce my sick feeling. Also I rediscovered my upper body strength is shocking and I cannot paddle. I was so happy when the boat came back to rescue me from my sea sickness torture. I don't think I'll try surfing again till I'm in Costa Rica and can run back to the beach! On Saturday, we took advantage of the ...
... a mix of people from different cultures, different styles. A man was there every day, selling skewers of beef and vegetables (best food I have had in a while), and there are parks to your left and right. Dogs are everywhere, as are cats. It felt like a home.
So the first night, April and I went to the bus station Thursday night at around 6 to catch our bus at 7. We got on the bus, finally taking off around 7:30 and prepared for sleep. . By ...