Boutique Hotel Cala Mia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the place to be was a place called Aqua land, we had to get a boat across to the next door island which took about 5 mins. This place was pretty cool, we were told to wear our bikinis under our dresses as most people tend to jump in the water at the end of the night. There was 2 swimming pools of water in the outside area, one with a tight rope across and swings to jump ...
... And the local woman on duty was friendly, greeting me by name each day and speaking to me in rapid Spanish. Bocas is the only town on the islands, very much oriented to tourists with lots of good restaurants and services. Another time, I would stay on one of the beautiful beaches on this or another of the islands, but on our breaks from cycling we become lazy: we want the services handy. We barely left our room for the first afternoon, just dragging ourselves across the street ...
Wendy here, we went out with a Captain Brian, he had to borrow a boat from another captain as his had broken down. It was a blessing to us as we had a lot of shade with this boat, not sure he had any on his and it really was mandatory with the sun and heat here! A beautiful boat ride out to some islands, some wildlife that we saw from the boat were: dolphins! Some sort of "rays"' a turtle, frigate birds, brown booby birds. Fish the others saw ...
After San Blas I'd been convinced that no island or beach would ever compare. Even spending time in Colombia on the beautiful Caribbean beach I felt I'd been spoilt. But my visit to Isla Bolanos was nothing short of paradise either.
The group of 6 of us were taken on the drive to Boca Chica, about 1.5 hours south of Boquete. As with other trips as soon as you ...
... Panama Canal as it is about to celebrate its 100th birthday.
The day started with a 6.30 am pick up to be taken 15 minutes away (no traffic!) to the end of the Amador Causeway and Isla Flamenco where at the marina we were ...