Hostal Nomba

Address: 50 meters west and 100 meters north of the central park, Boquete, 507, Panama | Hostel
 
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This hostel is located on 50 meters west and 100 meters north of the central park, Boquete.
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Travel Blogs from Boquete

Mountain Life

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jun 21, 2014

10 photos

pictures/story coming soon!

Ho ho, hi ho, it's off to work I go!

A travel blog entry by katyflo on Feb 15, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

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 …

Santiago, Boca del Toro, and Boquette, Panama

A travel blog entry by jim.green on Mar 26, 2008

1 comment, 12 photos

... beach. I was surprised to find that most of the islands have shorelines that are covered with mangroves, not beaches. So the few beaches seem more precious. The second day I booked a ponga tour to Zapatilla Island. This is an outer island that is surrounded by sand beach, and you can walk around it in a half hour. The sun was out, ideal for getting that deep tan. Whenever I got hot I would take a dip in the ocean which is barely below ...

Ends of Roads

A travel blog entry by mictaybro on May 20, 2005

1 comment

... up early to catch a boat back to Boca Chica in time for the microbus that was heading back inland. It was supposed to leave at 9 and by the time I arrived just after 8:30, it had already gone. That meant finding a muddy spot by the side of the road and waiting for another ride, not likely in a town of about 3 cars. I waited for a couple of hours and hitched a ride with a pick up loaded with fish. The driver said a total of 15 words during the two hour ...