Hotel Bambito Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to getting our exit stamp. After some broken Spanish and English exchanges and much confusion, we paid for the vouchers, walked back to the immigration line, got our stamp and proceeded to the Panamanian side. The exit fee was $8. When we found the Panama entry line, we approached the Panamanian immigration official feeling prepared for anything. We had proof of an onward ticket back to the States, which many countries require, and a credit card to ...
... McDonalds in David. By that time it was dinner time so we ate at McDonald's. It was rewarding after another long day. After dinner we went to the supermarket and got some snacks for the evening and for our trip to Dominical the next day. We walked 10mins with our groceries and backpacks to the hostel and settled in for the night. We met a few people at the hostel pool a guy from Australia, a couple from Switzerland and another couple from Key West, ...
We left Bocas around 8:30 after having breakfast at our little "American" breakfast spot. We had coffee and it was just what we needed to start our day off. After breakfast we set off for David on the Northwest coast of Panama. We took the boat back to Alamuerante once we got here we took a short taxi ride to the bus station where we paid $16 for a bus ride to David. The great thing about Panamanian busses is that they only fit 16 people and they have AC in ALL of them. ...
We decided to hike the Western Summit trail as it's a lot less touristy, much more beautiful, remote & interesting. However the downside is it’s a lot steeper and more tricky. We managed to get a lift up to the trailhead at 5am and luckily it had finally stopped raining. We started walking at 5.30am in the dark with torches and it was a definitely a slog. The terrain was jungle and steep volcanic scree. We heard the call ...
Our 5am bus took 4hrs to the tiny border town of Rio Sereno the smallest border crossing in Costa Rica. The scenery in southern Costa Rica was spectacular, wide forest filled valleys, hills & rivers giving way to jungle filed cloud forest mountains. It was so green and lush and as you would expect this continued into northern Panama.
We had decided to head Rio Sereno because it is a small ...