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Travel Blogs from Boquete
So after nursing my mosquito bites and hole in my foot (I'll write about that seperately!) I made my way from Panama City to Boquete (pronounced Bo-ket-y).
Here in Boquete I'd made arrangements for me to Volunteer at Hostal Nomba in exchange for a bed for a couple of weeks.
The journey here, as now I'm starting to expect every …
So after I wrote the last blog, things got a little weird, even for us.
We had planned to hang at the Panama Canal all evening, and watch the boats. But! They CLOSE at 5pm! This "Gateway to the World" is only open 8 hours a day, NOT INCLUDING siesta time. The backlog of boats waiting to go through could, at our calculations of 4 boats a …
Our bus left Panama City at midnight on Thursday night. We could always have stayed longer in the capital, but in general Central America is known for its attractions away from its major cities, and we wanted to get moving. There was also the fact that taking a night bus means avoiding paying $10 each for a roof over your heads (even in the …
Since we arrived here after dark last night we had no idea what Boquete even looked like. We were cold and it was not raining but , bajareque was coming down. (a panamanian word for not mist but not rain). This morning brought even more bajareque. We walked around the adorable town and booked a tour of a coffee finca. It was a very small operation …
We had every intention of leaving PC early but for some unknown reason our phones were off by an hour. Add to that us running late and we didn't actually board our bus until noon. Just under $15 each and on our way to David where we changed buses to Boquete for less than $2 each. Basically took nine hours to get here. Once we rolled into town it …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility