Hotel Finca Lerida

Address: Alto Quiel, Boquete, Panama | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Alto Quiel, Boquete.
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    Travel Blogs from Boquete

    Boquete... Meaning valley of flowers

    A travel blog entry by amandalynn88 on May 14, 2015

    ... not. So sure enough I'm sun burnt and Jake is on his legs, back, etc. We've been so good with sunscreen up until this point! We then had the coffee farm tour! We learned so much about the entire process and toured the farm. Then we did a coffee tasting and learned about coffee cuppers, the people who rate all the coffee in the world and assign it a number from 1 to 100. Above 80 is specialty coffees and the farm we were on produces coffee with a rating of 91. Finally I got to roast ...


    A travel blog entry by comeasyouare on Oct 22, 2012

    ... have to save that it is coping with loneliness. While the ministry is fantastic and I wouldn't trade it for anything, it's not possible to preach 24/7. During the hours spent at home, it's easy to become bored and/or lonely fairly fast.

    I try to counteract this by inviting a different family over for supper once a week. I also covered my walls with pictures of family and friends to make my house feel more like a home. I try to keep in ...

    Pantomining in Panama

    A travel blog entry by comeasyouare on Mar 17, 2011

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    So I haven´t had the opportunity to focus any entries strictly on Linguja de Siña (Sign Language) yet, so I would like to dedicate this entry to my other congregation in Penonomé, the Sign language congregation.

    Penonomé is the capital city of Coclé province, and about a 35 min bus ride away from Antón. The sign language congregation there is home to 12 Publishers, 2 of which are deaf. You may be surprised to think how such ...

    Fingered by the Man, and into Panama

    A travel blog entry by bocalee on Oct 26, 2008

    ... better safe than sorry, so I pulled over. The dude was average height and bald, with boots, shades and a dark blue uniform. He told be I was going waaay over the speed limit (a half truth, my fiends!), and I acted surprised and dismayed. In my broken Spanish I told him this was the first time I had been pulled over since leaving New York, which was true. He asked me whether I knew how fast I was going (I guess they do that all over the world), ...

    Royal Decameron: Mai Thais, Music, Men in Tights

    A travel blog entry by texasnomads on Aug 09, 2008

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    ... against each other in numerous competitions doing god knows what to find out who was the "best couple" at Decameron. Here's how the conversation went down (i think):

    (Lyndi) "Hey Aaron, we should enter into that contest, wouldn't that be fun?"

    (me) "We'll, i'm not too sure. Will I have to wear any funny hats?"

    (Lyndi) "No, of course not!"

    (me) "What about skin tight gold spandex pants?"

    (Lyndi) "Don't be ridiculous!"