Blue Dream Hotel
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... could be reached by bus, we opted to use a taxi as the time of arrival of the daily bus to the border was anywhere between 6:30 and 7:15 and we did not want to miss it. As our luck had it, we arrived at the bus station (a shop on the side of the road) at 6:30 and the bus finally appeared around 7:30am. Now we were not expecting anything too glamorous, nor were we expecting the small city-bus that was to take us through rough roads for 5 hours to the border. After we handed ...
So we had quite an eventful day. The two new volunteers who are living in the little house down the road wanted to go to the butterfly farm so me and Helen went along too. The guys name was mike and he was from New York, lived out here around 10 years now and I can certainly see why. This butterfly place was not your run of the mill netted, enclosed place, it was just a natural piece of land where he had planted over the years, plants that attract certain species of butterfly. No ...
... leaders, Lorrie, described perfectly the feeling about the day's project: Give Me Your Eyes, by Brandon Heath. For breakfast we had an american favorite pancakes with peanut butter, syrup, and watermelon on the side. After breakfast we headed down to the local grocery store in la Fortuna and formed an assembly line. Eight of us lined up as we went through the aisles and filled our bags to the top. These groceries would later be shared with ...
... back pools with lounge chairs in them. So we headed back to the room, put our sunblock on and headed to the beach! The sand is black and super hot, but the water was perfect with some gentle waves.
Then, we came back to our room and tried out the jacuzzi on our terrace -- we grabbed two bohemias (beers) and hung out for a bit before dinner. Our dinner choice in retrospect was a little off, I don't think ...
... genuine smile and reply "con mucho placer" (with much pleasure) when you buy something from them, instead of the blank stare and dour mumbling of most Panamanians. Let me be clear before I proceed that I do love Panama, but I enjoy it in the same sense that one enjoys a little brother. The little brother is sometimes funny, sometimes entertaining, but many times annoying and makes immature decisions. I think that Panama is a country that ...