Boutique Hotel la Casa del Risco
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... in the mountains. Some of the ziplines were up to 80 m high and 500m long so we were glad to feel as though we were in safe hands! The adrenaline rush wasn't quite as good as I'd hoped it would be, although, it was a really fun activity and I'm glad to have done it at least once in my life. The coffee tour in the afternoon was the highlight... after lunch we were picked up from our hostel and taken back into the highlands where the micro-climate and volcanic soil makes the area ...
... villages on the islands, and lots and lots of reefs to snorkel. Unfortulately, the first 2 days were pretty solid rain for us. Anyway after a day passing through a strict immigration, we arrived on our first island where we stayed in an indigenous village. The islands are inhabited by an indigenous community called Kuna. They have laws so that no foreigner can move here to live, never mind set up a hostel or restaurant. They have really managed to keep ...
... At 3474 metres, it's Panama's only volcano and highest point, and the highest point Sam and I have ever been to. The trek from our hostel to the summit was 21 km each way, with a rise of over 2 kms in altitude. So it was steep - real steep. To be honest, just walking 21 kms in a day seemed like more than I could do, but add in such a steep incline, and I knew I wasn't fit enough. On the other hand, I was told that the best sunrise in Panama could be had from the summit, ...
... sold at auction, Ruiz has their select client base to supply.
Various prices were mentioned and I wrote down US $ 700 a kilo for the most expensive Geicha / Gueicha beans which sells for US $1,600 a kilo or in some places a cup for US $45. This coffee is sweet and fruity. Not bitter, a taste of orange.
Carlos also reminded me of the cat ...
... by default and because we could not find big daddy's we ended up at Mike's Global, a sports bar that caters to gringos. Food was good, service was Panamanian, Nyema was about to kill our server. WiFi was Free and we had a good time.
After those who were doing the night hike quickly paid their tabs and left Anikat, Jesse,Isaiah, and I were standing outside discussing what to do next. Billiards was the popular vote and just as we were about to depart Mike's an American struck ...