Hostal Boquete Riverfront Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After an uneventful day at sea yesterday we entered the Panama Canal at just after 6 this morning. The weather was overcast and humid but we had a very pleasant breakfast on our balcony so that we wouldn't miss out on the sights. Unfortunately it then stared to rain in earnest but fortunately we had finished eating! We are lucky to have a sheltered area on ...
... couple of days jumping on and off (semi) random buses and metro stops to explore different areas. Panama City is fairly diverse, housing both the modern business district you'd expect in any major capital city and yet also still struggling with poverty with parallel roads displaying crumbling buildings and tired and worn looking locals. Our next Panamanian destination was Bocas del Toro - a small island off the North-East Coast. When I say small, ...
... 10am, then took a quick spin around Casco in the Clementinas golf cart. Nothing I hadn't seen before, but a lot cooler being driven around than walking it. Confirmed my flight to Fort Lauderdale tomorrow is still on time, and booked a jetboat tour of the Everglades for the day after. I was supposed to call the tour operator to find out my pick up time, but just kept getting static at the end of the line, so sent them an email instead which I hope works out.
Headed out ...
It had already occurred to Junior Lewis and I that there was a better hostel in the Old Town when we visited on the Saturday and this was heightened by the people who occupied our own. Apart from intermittent Wi-Fi, Hostel Villa Vento Surf in itself was fine, but it undoubtedly attracted a strange crowd, many of whom seemed to have no intention of ever leaving. A good few of them would sit in the common area all day long, cook their food in a large group and ...
... next door to very expensive arty furniture stores for example.
On the way back to the metro, we stopped at the fish market so David could try some mixed ceviche - a combination of fish, octopus and calamari, it was good but not amazing.
We took the metro to Albrook which not only has the main bus station for Panama City, it has the Albrook Mall. We thought the mall we were in the other day was big - this is really big, biggest in Central ...