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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and kept our sleepy heads from falling to the table just long enough to eat our eggs (which we shockingly expensive) and leave. The house is in the middle of everything and couldn't be better. We've got a balcony on the ocean AND on the street, which gives us an awesome cross breeze. We knew we should sleep but with the sun up and curiosity taking over our naps barely pushed an hour before we were plotting our next move. Just a couple of blocks away we caught a little bus ...
... to the office to get our refund for not going to the park. A different lady 'greets us' and tells us no, we went to the beach so no refund. We say we definitely did not go to a beach and she asks us how did the others on the tour go and we didn't? We laugh and say no one went, so she yells in Spanish to an older man from the boat who says no one went. She says no worries, come back tomorrow and go to Zapatillo tomorrow no charge but we tell her it won't work as we leave tomorrow. ...
... 10am and it was beginning to be a nice sunny day! Makes a change from the rain of the past few days. We headed off into the bay of Dolphins, sadly no Dolphins. But did stop nearby some of the small jungle-covered islets to spot a couple of three toed sloth. They were just hanging out in the trees - cute! It took another half an hour to make it all the way to Cayos Zapatillas, two small untouched, Palm covered islands. Surrounded by shallow reef. Blue ...
... had drinks on the deck, talking with the owner Erika. She was very keen to show us a Red Eyed Tree Frog that she had found. It was incredible - bright green body, orange feet, blue on the inside of it's legs and, of course, red eyes. Maria spent the remainder of the afternoon napping in the hammock while David was writing the blog (it's quite a lot behind, I know!!).
Dinner, breakfast, ...
... for the final leg of the journey out to Bocas del Toro. It was a 45 minute ride out to the Isla Colon. The scenery was beautiful out on the water. Once on the island we checked into our hotel which will be our base for the next three nights. Bocas is famous for its marine park and beaches. With all of the days' travels behind us, Victor took us for an orientation walk around town and for lunch. We ate at a local ready serve restaurant ...