Travel Blogs from Boquete
... me, it's wet season here now, so the probability of cloud cover is high, even in the morning, and rain is even more probable. The possibility of being rained on as you climb a mountain, then waiting in sometimes zero degreesC and wind for a slim chance to see 2 oceans, is not very appealing. I've opted for an 8am start (should have been 7am, but was a bit slow on the get go) from Boquete side. From the Ranger Station, it took 5.5 hours ...
... of an attack from a bird, the snake was alive, but didn't look too healthy. The weather was nice, which was good because we got good views of the mountains, but bad because there wasn't much of a cloud forest look about them. Still, it was a nice way to spend the morning.
Boquete is popular with North Americans, both from the USA and Canada, whether there to work or retire. I had dinner in a US of American owned restaurant and ...
... ever running rivers, forests, mountains and valleys, waterfalls, and hot springs. And weather that finally permitted me to wear a jumper and sip on a hot cuppa definitely made me feel good. Boquete is also the coffee Mecca of Latin America, with hills shrouded in blankets of coffee plantations, and some of the most award winning coffee in the world. Which I promptly drank way too much of, filling me with delicious warm energy. Feeling good! It was here that Sam and I ...
... br> For the Pioneer meeting, we ha 61 Special/Regular Pioneers. On Saturday, 3 deaf people were Baptized and the peak assembly attendance of 297. My bible student, Ingrid, came to both days and I am hopeful after Cesar & Herra joining me on her study last week, that she will seriously consider working towards the goal of becoming an unbaptized publisher in the next few ...
... against the pull of the net as they walked the line up the shore away from the beach. When the man at the end of the line reached the back of the beach, he would rotate to the front. As more and more of the net got pulled in, the two lines of men got closer and closer together. It took more than an hour to get the whole net in.
There was a little red basket the men had with them which gave some indication of how many fish the men ...
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