Bocas Paradise Hotel
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... for whom it was going to be her first trip with Jan on the Black Dragon Fly. The Black Dragonfly is a hand made Formosa Sailing ship with beautiful wooden features. It was quite spacy and as we were the only customers we could choose the best cabin. We left the Harbour at the end of the afternoon and the first part we passed all the big container ships that were waiting to enter the Panama Canal. Quite fascinating to see. The first night was also on open water and we got ...
... go I for a wave, leg rope comes off, board ripped off my leg, I'm on my own, set comes in, boards gone missing, swim to safety, let Loz know I'll meet them at the pier, I need to find my board, hail down a boat passing by, jump on, search for the board, it's washed over near the reef, looks like no damage, jump out, jump on, paddle to the pier, waiting, waiting, Sunbaking, waiting, Loz and Luke arrive in the boat, arms up, happy to see me, jump on the boat, questions as to ...
... drinks! Decided not to drink at all today as want to feel better! Chatted at hostel then went to the book store. Really cool live music with hot singer! Then later older crazier guy came on playing Caribbean vibes and on the drums, so much fun! Had a little dance with Emma then chatted outside. Said bye to graig and the crew then headed back to hostel. Saw Stefen and them just going out but I wanted ...
... from Boston, if I wanted to go from the Atlantic coast to the Pacific Coast I would have to travel over 2,700 miles and spend approximately 6 hours in a plane!
Our lunch in a Chinese restaurant reinforced my new knowledge that after European, West Indian and indigenous, Chinese is probably the next largest ethnic group in Panama, with their ancestors having come to build ...
... was much faster than the one in Costa Rica and totally different because I wasn't covered by the canopy. I am glad I had both experiences.
The second zip led us over a giant group of grazing buffalo, the third sent us 750 meters over a huge lake, and the 4th over the lake and the canopy. It was absolutely amazing, and I managed to get a video of each of us on the zipline... I am not sure how they came ...