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... entertainer ). It sells for $350 a pound! We both liked the quiet, small town feel of this village. The children in their school uniforms, the women in the colorful embroidered dresses, and the comfortable Americans all walking around together makes an unforgettable image. The time in Boquete ended with a wonderful meal in a Peruvian restaurant, Macchu Picchu. The menu claimed the seafood chowder was 100% aphrodisiac... Great churrasco and cilantro seafood ...
Yesterday was one of those days that makes you step back and say, "I can NOT WAIT for the new system!" The Kingdom Hall was a 12 minute walk from our apartment, and the sun was already beating down pretty hard by the time we got there at 9:15. There was a pretty big crowd and the Hall filled quickly, so I was preparing to drown in a pool of my own sweat before the Watchtower study started. Happily, while there wasn't any AC, there were ten fans running all the time ...
... Bill later emailed to invite us to come along with him and his wife Lynne to do a trail few people know about. An invitation we definitely couldn't refuse, up early again on our third day and picked up by our new friends to head out to the trail. It was a beautiful morning in the high elevation jungle and we were treated to seeing Laughing Falcon, White-faced Capuchin monkeys and heard the calls of some howler monkeys in the distance, and a few other ...
... ride to David. Our bags were put on the roof this time and we sat there with our fingers crossed that the clouds in the distance wouldn't mean rain... luckily it remained clear and dry. With a quick change to old American school bus in the terminal in David, we commenced our 1 hour journey to Boquete.
We got a room at Refugio del Rio, it was probably the last private one left and it's only available for 2 nights so ...
... owns a tour company. He had three people booked on a tour to Volcan Baru (11), the local volcano, and it was only $59 a person if I wanted to go. So I signed up. The catch? The tour started at 2am. I had an early dinner, and an early night. One advantage of having the hostel to myself is no noise which makes an early night much easier.
So after about 5 hours sleep I got up at about 1.45am, grabbed my stuff and walked up the road ...
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