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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to normal price tomorrow. We were fairly annoyed about this but most places on the island were booked out so we stayed. After checking in we had a nap until about 7pm where we got some food and showered. We then went to the hostel bar. They said they were closing early for the night as it was UFC and NFL. We followed there advice and went to local bars to watch the sport, expecting big crowds but there wasn't that many people. After we got a $1 ...
... 18 - Panama The scenery was really similar here - banana plantations, small villages and forests. We drove for about half an hour before stopping at a small dock at Almirante. From here we are catching a boat taxi across to Bocas del Toro. The little water village was cute - small wooden houses on stilts, people in small rowing boats and children waving to us. The crossing began quite smoothly, then became rather choppy. And we got rather wet. It ...
... and up to 3 beer or wine a day are included in the very reasonable (we were lucky to get a last minute walk in deal) package so it actually makes it one of the cheaper decent places to stay in Bocas. The meals are served family style, at one big table, with the other guests which is great for getting to know people. Tonight's meal was a whole fish served up with rice, tasty lentils and salad. ...
After a few days in Shelter Bay Marina, we have great crew in Joe (AKA Tarzan/Jungle Joe and Mechanico numero dos ) Fred (Chef, Speaks,German, French and Spanish well and is a good helm) ,both are amazingly helpful and jolly,which cheers us weary salts up no end.
Joe and Tony fitted a new , larger heat exchanger and cleaning up the boat took a few days.Plus, we went for a jungle walk ,as the marina is on a jungle reserve, so we saw eagles,monkeys (Capuchin) ,Blue ...
... our famous snuggley sleeping. Apparently our room mates had been spying on us in our sleep and found us to be a super spoon-y couple, in spite of the tropical heat. In a world that is heading for self destruction, it's so reassuring to know that there are people who are trying to point thing back in the right direction, and working towards a sustainable future. In time they might save Bocas del Toro from its collapse. And with even more time, people like this might just save the ...