Hostal Brisas del Volcan
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... tower in Panama is at the top of that volcano as I have never seen so much communication equipment it one place. To add to the fun we also felt the aftershock of an earthquake that occurred while we were hiking on the summit. The initial quake measured 6.8 on the Richter scale and was centred about. 300km south of where we are. It happened at around 01:30 so we didn't really notice it as we were hiking in the dark but once someone mentioned it I recall having a weird feeling ...
... type trees. We went from an island to a cloud forest within hours. It was unbelievable. Once we arrived in David we got a ticket to Volcan. We were on the bus to Volcan and it was down pouring rain and it didn't stop. The boy running the money and tickets on the bus didn't speak ANY English. He kept asking us where we are going and apparently our little spanish didn't help him out either. Halfway through the trip he handed Greg a phone and Greg said "we don't have the ...
... Costa Rica and Cerro Chirripo (Which we had been unable to climb a few days ago). It was amazing being able to see across the whole continent from sea to sea and this had been one of the things on my wishlist for Central America. The steep valleys, jungle and remoteness of the Western trail is awesome. The Eastern route is a lot more popular and touristy as it heads up a road to the radar station at the top. Having seen ...
... Migration on the Costa Rica side involved us going into someone’s house. Panama was a bit more official and took a little bit of time but soon enough we were walking across and hopped on a bus to Volcan.
We didn’t really know what to expect of Panama as other than the Hat and the Canal we knew nothing of the country. The people have been really friendly so far. Food wise ...
Saturday morning was an early start for a morning coffee tour at Finca Dos Jefes, to look at the Cafes de la Luna coffee. (Finca is farm, by the way!)
This coffee farm is in the highlands of Boquete which gave us great views on the drive up, and Rich, the owner of the farm was our guide for the morning. I arrived knowing absolutely nothing about coffee other than the fact I liked to drink it, but Rich has such great knowledge ...