El Limbo on the Sea Hotel

Bocas town, Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro, Panama | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Isla Colon

Caribbean surfing at its best!

A travel blog entry by rb-travelblog

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After a quick decision to wait out our passports on an island rather than Panama City (Passports with American Embassy for Visa) for a few more nights we decided to head to the amazing island range in Bocas del Toro. DHL was fantastic and said they would re-route our passports to the island at no extra charge!

Very cool, chilled out …

Panama in 11 days

A travel blog entry by hastie_gringo

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... when you need them?

A quick lunch, look around and swim in boca del drago then its off the beaten track somewhat following an apparent trail connecting boca del drago with a coastal road. We cycle down the only thing that we can find to cycle down, a private road, for about an hour...not really completely sure if it is the right trail. It continues further but a huge new looking private property sign turns us around. As we cycle back looking for other options we come across ...

Day 5 on route to Panama

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble

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... we picked up some more people and this nice American lady helped us out in what was going on. There is no boat straight to Panama from where we were because that's illegal. There is however a massive coach drive to border control, a sketchy passage through the border, another massive coach journey and finally the boat. Border control between Costs Rica and Panama was a nightmare. Had to queue for ages with all our stuff in the sweaty and dust heat to have ...

Panama

A travel blog entry by kim_puravida

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... 8230; two things. First, we needed to show the immigration man that we were good for $500 in order to enter the country. Clearly, we did not have this amount of cash on us, we only had around $100 to cover our fee for leaving Costa Rica (which they never actually asked for woohoo.) This is one of the times where I'm so glad I can speak Spanish, as nobody there was uttering a word of English, and so I had to do some translating for ...

Panama SPLURGE!!

A travel blog entry by thelovejourney

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... and he suggested I buy one for him because he was hungry. I was happy to oblige.

The boat ride over to the island was choppy but fun. I only screamed once. A local heard my cry and assured me we were safe and that the waves were typically large in the afternoon. Phew! After arriving this same chap told us of a great place to stay. Yay! We love word of mouth recommendations. It ended up being pretty good too. Located in a quieter area, the B&B ...

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