Hostal Refugio del Rio
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Very comfy beds, good Internet, friendly and helpful staff (and clientele!) good location. Couldn't have asked for more during my stay.
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We're in Boquete and we love it!! It's a small mountain town at the base of Baru Volcano. Lots of expats from the US and Canada move here but it's a very adventurous town and it's very pretty. After arriving, we checked into Hostel Refugio. The area is gorgeous. We have a stream running near our room that we can hear from inside our room. We went …
I like Boquete. True, there are an incredible amount of retired ex pat Americans living in gated communities around here, but they make wonderful people watching and are great to talk about. And although it's pretty, it's nothing on what I've seen in Peru and Bolivia, but I like it. Right now I'm sat in the grounds of the hostel, listening to the …
David's leg was getting better after his fall the other day but it wasn't up to a treck through the hills yet, so we decided to take the public bus to the Pozas de Calderon hot springs. The bus didn't leave until 12:30pm so we had time to walk up the road to the free garden, Mi Jardin es Su Jardin, but it tuned out to be closed.
At the …
A search for a coffee in the morning took us to a small kiosk next to the police station, it served breakfast as well as coffee so we settled down on a bar stool at the countertop. There was absolutely nothing fancy about the presentation of the food but the scrambled eggs and tortillas tasted great and was really filling. As an added bonus, it was …
... to head for David still over an hour’s drive away. There we
pulled in quite late to the Purple House Hostel (N 8 25.870 W 82 26.168)run by
the slightly over anxious Andrea who sort of grudgingly let us park Jambo in
their parking area, but only for the night. We never understood why we had to
get it out into the street the next morning – there never seemed to be any
demand for the space and it looked a lot neater parked there than outside the hostel