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When we woke up in our lovely little hotel, we realized we were the only visitors in the whole place! It is certainly different from last week's crazy Independence holidays. Oh, and the power was out. This is the part where we discover that the power goes out EVERY DAY on Bocas del Toro. Like I said, it's a small town. But lucky for us the coffee …
We left the Lost & Found Lodge, and caught the 8:45am bus to Alimarante, described by our Lonely Planet guidebook as a "sad, trash-strewn town that is best passed through quickly." I shall note the Lonely Planet accuracy here. But this is where the boats leave for Bocas del Toro, the Caribbean island archipelago on the north of Panama. After …
We are in Bocas alive tonight after dinner. Have survived the bus ride from hell from Boquete, mostly the ride from David was something to remember. We had to pass a protest about halfway from David where the locals wanted a bridge built. Our bus was stopped, we crossed a picket line pulling our suitcases, and fortunately a bus turned around and we …
Getting to Bocas Town on the island of Colon in the archipelago of Bocas del Toro (map showing islands) may not be very far from Puerto Viejo as the crow flies, but it required two buses, a long border crossing into Panama (because immigration closes for lunch) and a water taxi, but it was worth it. According to Wiki, "its white, sandy beaches, …
... to eat at Gringos the best Mexican place at Bocas. The food was incredible some of the best Mexican I have ever had. After that we had to a bar to have shots. We got the special which meant you lent you head back and they poured random liquor they could find down your throat. Super stuff! Following this we chilled and had a few beers with the people at our hostel chatting the weirdest stuff from Jurassic park to college ...
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