The Banana Inn

Bocas Town, Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro, Panama | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bocas Town

Off to Panama

A travel blog entry by vincethepince

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We woke up today and packed our belongings as it was the day to say goodbye to Costa Rica. We met Branka, Christoph and Bella in the lobby of our hotel and biked into town for breakfast at the same place Gina and I ate at yesterday. I had the waffles today and again excellent. Gina had a fried egg and cheese bagel with bacon which is what I had yesterday and enjoyed it. After breakfast we returned the bikes to the shop before spending ...

One More Day

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-

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... spent the day trying not to die of asphyxiation for the terrifying heat: we didn’t move much, at most a little stroll through the picturesque village that hosts us. The locals speak guari guari, a Creole language that sounds like an incomprehensible mixture of English and Spanish; this and the fact that there is a large Afro-Caribbean community makes us feel more like we’re somewhere in Jamaica than in Panama. Apart from the three small shops in the village, all of ...

Bocas Del Toro - Take Two! Pt. 3

A travel blog entry by sharissajj

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... the beach from Punta Lava. Even though it's tenting, it's a super nice set up and if I were to ever go back that would definitely be somewhere I'd like to stay. Anyways, we rented two boards, which are basically oversized surfboards and a couple of paddles. We had to walk all the way to the mangroves, which we had anticipated on doing, and the boards were really heavy and big! We got there walking after about half an hour, and just as we were putting our boards in ...

PANAMA - BOCAS DEL TORO ISLAND LIFE

A travel blog entry by breadstickstu

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... it was mostly due to where we had just come from. Finally we found a place and it was perfect. A great room that had a small view of the ocean in the distance and a balcony with a hammock. After we settled in we were hanging out on the balcony when our neighbours a lovely couple from Switzerland came home. Stuie sparked up a conversation with them and before we knew it we were all sharing a bottle of red on our balcony watching the sun go down. They told us ...

Bocas paradise

A travel blog entry by mcdermk7

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... we don't want to grow up just yet...I don't think a night out with crazy 20 year olds was what we had envisaged!! Having said that we had a really good night and of course stopped off for some mandatory street food on the way home. Who cared if it was lashing rain... Sunday, 9 February We woke with slightly fuzzy heads from the night before and went in search of breakfast down town. We found a nice little place but something tells me they were more hungover than we ...

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