Hotel Finca Valverde
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... by a semi accident at a narrow bridge. We thought we might be stuck there well into the night, but our driver (Genier) did an amazing job of somehow eventually getting through! Our route continued up a very narrow road along the mountains past another surprise -- the LaPaz waterfall. It was amazing! Then eventually we made it to our final hotel -- the Xandari -- with fantastic views of San Jose in the ...
... the tab with Casa and we are into the car and off. Thought we had a shared van to the border, but the private car transport was nice. We approach the border at Penas Blancas and the driver starts to slow up when we hit the gate for immigration. Immoderately, the car is surrounded with guys telling us they are here to escort us through. I had read this was a joke online, and we politely say no we can carry our own bags. However, one guy proceeds to pull an I.D card out (definitely ...
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... other Gadventures groups in the area and have a BBQ. This would have been good but it wasn't really a BBQ just a room with benches on and more of a buffet style dinner. Hardly any of us stayed for the bonfire as we were all just so tired from driving and then zip lining so we all headed to bed. Our rooms were in like a big log cabin with all the rooms upstairs and we had the whole floor to ourselves so that was awesome. Going exploring in the cloud forest tomorrow. The journey awaits ...
Buenas! Another week has flown past, and another two borders crossed as we move quickly through Central America. We started the week in Boquete, the small mountain town in the north of Panama, not far from the border with Costa Rica. We stopped here mainly to break up the journey to Costa Rica and to visit a coffee farm, which was one of the activities we missed out on whilst in Colombia. Panama isn't one of the world's big coffee distributors, however ...