Hotel Emperador

Address: Overlooking the pier, Chiriqui, Panama | Hostel
 
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This hostel is located on Overlooking the pier, Chiriqui.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiriqui

    Peeing like a champ at 40 MPH.

    A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jul 02, 2014

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... my bladder dilemmas yesterday, we can only imagine my relief to be seated close to the back of the bus by the toilet. Moving can be easy, as long as you’re bold and confident about it, all you have to do is grab the back of the seats as you take long strides down the aisle. Be careful not to palm women’s hair against the back of the seats as you move, and if you do do it, at least palm a great big chunk of it... it hurts way worse to have just a few strands yanked... Once you ...

    "Oh, how beautiful is Panama"

    A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on May 07, 2014

    32 photos

    ... about 8-10 times this season. She’ll do this every two to three years, taking a trip to Canada in the meanwhile. The little turtles are on their own from the time of their hatching in a couple of months’ time, and they’ll probably come out on such a night as this, dark and with the ocean’s shushing roar to greet them. I felt awe and gratitude to have had the chance to see this ritual play out.

    The next morning, I did two SCUBA dives. I saw ...

    Boquete Panama Real Estate

    A travel blog entry by jump7napkin on Mar 24, 2014

    ... While small compared to David, Boquete is the most populated and developed highlands community, with a very stable businesses geared for the tourism sector. Complete with a wide variety of hotels and restaurants, Boquete can satisfy both backpackers and more demanding travellers ...

    Waking Up To Smell The Coffee

    A travel blog entry by katyflo on Feb 22, 2014

    39 photos

    ... does help but it hasn't solved it as yet. It was sad to hear, given that coffee is the second largest commodity after oil. It shouldn't be happening!

    From the picking of the cherries we saw how they are sun dried for 90 days and for this farm, they are sent off for de-skinning to get the fruit off of the beans to come back as what they're called green beans, rested, and then ready for roasting.

    The name Lunas ...

    Our first few days

    A travel blog entry by sharissajj on Feb 11, 2014

    ... town near Boquete to Gualaca (apparently this is a 72km walk!). When we got back I made rice pudding to have over the next few days since every night I crave something for dessert and snacks are kind of pricey! It worked pretty well with coconut milk, rice, and vanilla. Other than that we just hung around lost and found, it was a really warm day so we spent a lot of time hanging out in hammocks socializing with other travelers. Today we had signed up for the ...