Fundadores Hotel

Address: Avenida Fundadores, Boquete, Panama | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Avenida Fundadores, Boquete.
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      David & Boquete

      A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Aug 27, 2014

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      1 - The dodgy bus trip

      My short time in David turned out to be tumultuous and memorable in equal measures. First, I was held up at the border after 5 hrs bus travel from Manuel Antonio. I had to go from one place to the next to pay my departure tax and by then it was 10pm. I caught a bus to David, which I was told would be the destination of the bus, but in fact, it turned out to be a lie of sorts, as it often happens, I was later to hear, when the ...

      Exploring the bush of Boquete

      A travel blog entry by jadeclark on Jun 03, 2014

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      ... growing some of the world's most sought after coffee beans. There are hundreds of plantations around Boquete, but the one that we were taken to was a small, family run outfit with only a few acres of trees, however, because of this, they pride themselves on producing some of the best coffee beans around. Our guide was only young but had been working at the plantation for over 20 years and knew EVERYTHING there is to know about coffee. Then of course at the end, we got to sample ...


      A travel blog entry by hkcrosby on May 06, 2014

      ... villages on the islands, and lots and lots of reefs to snorkel. Unfortulately, the first 2 days were pretty solid rain for us. Anyway after a day passing through a strict immigration, we arrived on our first island where we stayed in an indigenous village. The islands are inhabited by an indigenous community called Kuna. They have laws so that no foreigner can move here to live, never mind set up a hostel or restaurant. They have really managed to keep ...

      Jovens Preguntas ( Young People Ask)

      A travel blog entry by comeasyouare on Oct 10, 2012

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      ... YPA book, she choose the theme on "Family", and I couldn´t agree more to its practicality in her situation. To explain, this young person is left alone most of the day without any parental guidance. Her mother has a reputation in the community as being disruptive and immoral while her father is M.I.A and her siblings choose both unwholesome activities and even worse associates. How she has managed to turn out as well as she has is a wonder to ...

      " Welcome to the Jungle, we´ve got fun and games"

      A travel blog entry by comeasyouare on Mar 07, 2011

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      ... of time at different doors, it is easy to get separated and risk leaving someone behind. Some brothers would mark trees as they pass, and others would break branches and lay them on the road to show that a certain area had been covered and they we´re moving on. Very interesting to witness.

      In the afternoon, I was assigned to work with an local brother who was elderly and did not speak a word of English. At one door, a woman brought out two large mugs which I ...