Bocas Paradise Hotel

Address: 1st Street, Bocas Town, Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro, 00420, Panama | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1st Street, Bocas Town, is near Gatun Locks, Fort San Lorenzo, Isla Grande, and Panama Canal Railway.
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      Travel Blogs from Bocas Town

      Colon: The "Other Side" of Panama

      A travel blog entry by rpelletier2014 on Aug 15, 2014

      9 photos

      ... 8220;West Indian workers” (not even considered Panamanian citizens by law for generations), and housing outside the Zone for Panamanians not working for the canal. You can imagine the physical layouot...the nicest, closest housing (the CZ was a strip 5 miles wide on either side of the canal) was for the white Americans and each consecutive community got “browner” ...

      An unforgettable 4th of July in Panamá

      A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jul 04, 2014

      5 comments, 253 photos

      ... decided to give it a go... Eduardo took some major coxing from Julie... Half way through I heard screaming. I looked across the course, and Alan had started and wanted down. He was scared to death... Poor baby! He had acted totally confident and didn't tell anyone he is terrified of heights. One of the guides helped him through the first one.

      When I finished, with Fergus and Ty hot on my heels I went to the beginning of the course to coach Alan through. He ...


      A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jul 04, 2014

      4 photos

      ... the streets there is a real "homey" feel. It seems like the place one could settle down with their family and stay for a while. There are children everywhere, playing in the parks, running down the streets, and cars are scarce, except for taxis. There is no "McDonalds". There is no "Walmart". Everything is locally owned, locally produced, and run by locals. The people are friendly and helpful, and the weather is beyond imagination.
      One of ...

      Shooting the Gap with the turtles

      A travel blog entry by colin on May 19, 2014

      37 photos

      ... up a lot of stairs in the jungle up to a small border post at 774m where our passport details were taken down and some of us had a good laugh with one of the guards. Then it was down the hill to La Miel, though we still weren't officially in Panama as our passports weren't stamped. In La MIel our passports were looked at again to make sure our exit stamps from Colombia were ok. Then it was off to the duty-free store where most of the ...

      Gamboa Rainforest Resort

      A travel blog entry by banshee4 on Jan 23, 2014

      4 photos

      ... enclosure, aquarium, Orchid farm and Serpentarium (snakes yuck). Back in time for lunch & an afternoon by the pool. What a lovely day! After some time in the balcony hammock watching the agouti (the critters we saw in Costa Rica - kinda like great big guinea pigs), it's off to a Caribbean themed ...