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... and we found a nice little cafe with an outdoor patio. I spoiled myself and had some very yummy belgan waffles and Michael had a cinnamon bun :) We then went around and explored the town. It's not very big but it has a pretty river running through it. The local indigenous people were in town wearing their colourful dresses which added to the already stunning countryside. In the afternoon I enjoyed a very relaxing massage and then we went off wandering again. For dinner ...
... before the card was maxed out. He asked a few more questions, stamped our passports and let us go. The customs officials then wanted to search our bags - standard procedure. They had us open our bags, poked and shifted some things, then let us go. Done. We got back on the bus and rolled about 100 yards and were boarded by armed military guys who were looking for who knows what. They walked the isles and gave us smiles and left as quick as they came. Welcome to ...
We left Bocas around 8:30 after having breakfast at our little "American" breakfast spot. We had coffee and it was just what we needed to start our day off. After breakfast we set off for David on the Northwest coast of Panama. We took the boat back to Alamuerante once we got here we took a short taxi ride to the bus station where we paid $16 for a bus ride to David. The great thing about Panamanian busses is that they only fit 16 people and they have AC in ALL of them. ...
... and felt sorry for the poor spider but we didn’t realise that was going to be his fate.
We took a bus 20km further up into the mountains to a town called Cerro Punta and from there we hiked a further 3km to a tiny village called Guadalupe where we were going to stay in a hiking/Eco lodge. It was a lovely lodge with fireplace nice big lounge and really nice rooms. It sits on the edge of the National Park and you can stay in cabins high up in the cloud forest but ...
We decided to hike the Western Summit trail as it's a lot less touristy, much more beautiful, remote & interesting. However the downside is it’s a lot steeper and more tricky. We managed to get a lift up to the trailhead at 5am and luckily it had finally stopped raining. We started walking at 5.30am in the dark with torches and it was a definitely a slog. The terrain was jungle and steep volcanic scree. We heard the call ...