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At the border, there seemed to be some general confusion or at least a lack of understanding what we needed to do. As I had been through more border posts than Sunday dinners lately, I simply walked ahead to the main building (I had already completed the immigration entry form when we stopped at a restaurant on the way down) and was out again inside a minute. I had also pre-paid the exit tax when purchasing my bus ticket.
I returned to the bus and ...
... he's done is 'process information' I don't know, it's been eye opening. I've met other people writing blogs, or are keeping diaries and it's going to be interesting seeing their thoughts on the same places, people and things. People who like somewhere you don't, or dislike somewhere you love. I'm writing this in Boquete still and there is a lady sitting next to me who loathes it here. While myself and others are so relaxed we keep elongating our stays. I wonder who I'll meet ...
... a scramble at times and incredibly muddy. They even provided you with rope to pull yourself up some slopes with. Once I was over the fact that your trainers won't be wearable the next day and to embrace the mud it was so fun, with some pretty impressive waterfalls! There were several slips into the mud just to add to the authenticity of it and my legs ached the next day which is good!! Boquete is known for being a coffee region so we took ...
... to put weight on a bent leg, so to the bemusement of some locals, he walked down backwards.
We stopped off at the restaurant at park entrance for a coffee before asking them to call the taxi to take us back to the hotel. They had a nice balcony overlooking the river while hummingbirds were flitting around and even a squirrel was running around in the trees.
Our taxi driver gave us the run down on the farms as we drove back to Cerro Punta. Around Nubes, ...
... forward to seeing them in New Zealand.
On Monday the remaining members of our group from the San Blas adventure said goodbye. Sandro got a bus to a beach, Tanja was staying in Panama City until she flew home, and I got a bus to El Valle de Anton, this time accompanied by Lorna from Scotland. El Valle is at about 600m and is inside a dormant volcanic crater, apparently it is the largest inhabited crater in the world. The town is spread ...