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Travel Blogs from Boquete
... up vine and root entwined rocks and over muddy bogs until we reached the second cascade. The beautiful falls plunged into a crystal clear pool that invited us in from the midday heat until we discovered it was ice cold. Drenched and shivering, but feeling refreshed we pushed onto the third waterfall, literally scaling vertical tree roots and using ropes to scale rock faces until we reached a similar falls and took ...
... had all of our rooms ready to go and we dropped our stuff off before heading out to explore. It's another small town but there's a volcano in view and dark rain-filled clouds always loom in the distance. Hunting for cheap tours, we walked all around the city and found some big beautiful houses complete with waterfalls and botanical gardens. Some expats have it really good here! We booked a full day hike on the Quetzal Trail tomorrow (google that name, it's ...
... with Rocky a honey bear, also known as a kinkajou. He was found in the wild by a local and for some silly reason the local castrated it meaning it would no longer be able to survive in the wild. So the hostel adopted him and he now lives very happily in the hostel. He gets spoilt rotten on bananas and is tame so we can go and have a cuddle. He is quite playful and pretends to bite you but really all he wants to do is play and have his tummy stroked. Another animal, the ...
... 4, which is not bad. After finding out that some gardens were now shut due to the owners being careless and keeping it unkempt, I sought more advice from the same chap, who incidentally had lived in Earl's Court in London years ago. The place I was told to go to is called Finca Lerida in Boquete valley. There is a hotel there with a restaurant, where you can sample the gourmet coffee (the good stuff) and take in the lush landscape. I was delighted to see ...
... The rooms were nothing fancy but they were fine and half the price of everything else in the area. The small terrace in front of the room had chairs where you could sit and be mesmerised by the peacefulness of the mountain landscape.
It was a lot cooler compared to the heat of low-lying David, so we needed to get to the bottom of our packs to find some long sleeves and a rain jackets. We had a quick walk around the village, ...