Hostal Brisas del Volcan
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... went to a local waterfall that most tourists don't know about. We all squeezed into Nico's tiny car, talked our way out of a ticket at the toll booth (we had 7 people in a little Honda) and headed out to the waterfall. It was a small hike up through a cow pasture, we scared away a small group of them to keep heading on the trail. On the final leg of the trail, you pass around a bug boulder and see the first pool of water. We kept walking up and you can see ...
... mountains (and for our stay here Matt and I made the most of it- eating all our meals and drinking all our organic coffee here). Oh and this balcony is where all the hummingbirds come to get their fix of sugar water. We saw so many and they are simply beautiful!
The first afternoon we hiked up into the mountains eagerly in search of sloths, but without knowing times of the hikes given to us on the hostel's rough map and feeling the ...
... and, of course, in the rest of the world).
Ok, the socio-political critic inside of me has to comment on the real-life heavy situations in these seemingly dreamy places, but the beauty of this country and the people should not be forgotten. As I´ve said before, many people who seemingly have "nothing" indeed still have un montón of non-material wealth—happiness, family, and peace of mind. We love ...
Had to go shopping for a new couch for Lynn's Casa. She rented it out and their cats ripped her couch apart.So very very hot in David!
Drove to Boquete to meet up with a friend Penny. Turns out she is a host for couch surfers.
Great Gal. She has invited us back anytime.
I walked to the Feria from her place. Walked around town had lunch then walked ...
... potential passengers for their next
trip to have a look around we were given the choice of which beds to sleep in.
We tossed a coin with Chris & Janet and won the toss, so chose the big
double bed amidships which can also convert to a dining table and three sided
seating. Sym confirmed what I already knew that being in the centre of the boat
is always the best place to sleep having the least motion at sea. I’m lucky,
I’ve never been sea sick, but ...