Travel Blogs from Bocas Town
... Then we had a couple of kayucas come by with Ngobe people onboard who offered us lobster for beer. Joe and I had them grilled whilst Tony and Fred had chicken. What a feast!
Joe scraped the hull,which was by now quite green, with a few barnacles.
We left early the next morning after a rolly night where everyone's stomach muscles had the best work out in a while, just wish I had some to work out these days...
Had a smooth sail across to a small creek called ...
... a surprise until it comes to your table. On the night we were there, the meal consisted of cold gazpacho soup, cheese and spinach rolled tortillas, tuna or salmon patties, perfectly cooked pork fillet and coconut and pineapple flan. It was all absolutely delicious, however, I think we were all expecting a little bit more seafood or adventurous dishes. Not to worry though, because we had a lovely evening chewing the fat, mostly about sports and particularly basketball as ...
... the rest of the group went through Panama’s immigration.
Passing more banana plantations, it took an hour to reach Almirante where at 2 pm we boarded our fast boat for the super quick 30 minute ride across to the island of Colon. Talk about a back jarring ride. The waves ...
... blue water - very pretty. We get some pictures on the beach and eat lunch. Go for a walk around the island and back to where we started for some swimming and playing around. Find a log to use as a floaty. Leave there and go by a spot with starfish then they take us back to dock. We decide to go to Punta Java to check on dinner there because Palmer is doing pasta night. On the way, we run into Alistair so he joins us. Have a drink while watching the sunset. ...
... is important to start doing such things when you are young as when you become older you would have more sense that to pick up your life, buy a catamaran, and leave home to go to a new country. He had owned this boat for 26 years and originally had lived aboard it though now he had ripped out the interior and uses it solely for tours.
The captain had a couple of rods with lines in the water and caught a small tuna. Some of us ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility