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Travel Blogs from Boquete
... mountains (and for our stay here Matt and I made the most of it- eating all our meals and drinking all our organic coffee here). Oh and this balcony is where all the hummingbirds come to get their fix of sugar water. We saw so many and they are simply beautiful!
The first afternoon we hiked up into the mountains eagerly in search of sloths, but without knowing times of the hikes given to us on the hostel's rough map and feeling the ...
... it was hard to see what he was doing sometimes because there were about 30 people (including vomiting children and chickens) on the 15 chairs available.
In Boquete we stayed with a "host family", which involved one slightly crazy but very enthusiastic and welcoming old lady who repeatedly told us that she needed a man in her life! Whilst at Seņora Eira´s house we have been immersing ourself in the local way of life ...
... It was pretty amazing!
We were sad to leave the island. We got back on the boat to make another stop to snorkel. We were able to see more reef sharks and rays jumping out of the water from a distance away from us. There were also dolphins but I missed seeing them.
After another nice snorkel, we stopped at a small beach for one last swim before heading back to Santa Catalina.Aside from the jellyfish, we had a great day. Isla Coiba is just so ...
... for the construction of the Suez Canal, had proposed a sea level
cut through the Panamanian isthmus. But work on his project was halted after
huge escalation of costs and the daunting natural obstacles such as landslides
and mosquitos which combined together brought the massive first attempt to an
untimely halt. The land on which the canal was constructed also played a part
in the efforts to get the canal constructed and completed, the region having at
... had been staying on Franklin's with us- what a coincidence. We had a nice 2.5 hour drive back to Panama City. We got the driver to drop us off at the bus station so that we could take the next bus to David. We booked our tickets and had about 20 minutes to eat lunch- and since it was Thanksgiving Day in the US, they had turkey as one of the options at the cafeteria we went to- lol. We still had turkey after all! We had a nice ride on the double decker bus to David- with ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking