Hotel Palma Royale

Calle 3, Bocas Town, Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro, Panama | Hotel
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Bocas del Toro Paradise

A travel blog entry by gkmadventures


... that they like to help but it's too much especially when we've travelled all day. After looking at a few places we settled on Hotel Seahorse. We met a really nice Panamanian lady Yasmita. She said $30 a night for a private room, AC and private bathroom. Greg bartered and said 2 nights at $25 each night. She said okay! We got in showered and walked around town. Our first stop was Buena Vista Restaurant which was right across the street from our hotel. I ...

Bocas Del Toro - Take Two! Pt.2

A travel blog entry by sharissajj


... didn't see the shark, I only saw Erich's confusing hand gestures that I now know means "shark" and the sand cloud as the shark swam away. The rest of our group saw it however, although Tanya had closed her eyes instead of checking out the 8ft shark. After that exciting experience, we also ran into a large stingray! This time I knew the hand signal and we got to watch it swim around for a few minutes before moving on with our dive. Again, after about an hour ...

Saving the world

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures


Bocas del Toro is a land of contrasts. The small island archipelago off the northern Caribbean coast of Panama is the second largest income generator in the country (Panama city being the largest), yet the level of poverty here is enormous. That's because most of the hotels, restaurants, supermarkets, tour companies, etc are owned by foreigners. The money you spend here never actually trickles down to the people who live here. In fact, the currency here is the US ...

Bocas Del Toro - Take Two! Pt.1

A travel blog entry by sharissajj


With a long good bye and lots of hugs, Erich and I set out for Bocas the next morning. The small bus was cramped as always, and we had to stand until we got to Chiriqui. This wasn't so great for me as I got carsick, which is easy to do on those windy roads in an extremely cramped vehicle when no one will open the damn windows! It was a very frustrating first hour and a half. Luckily once in Chiriqui we managed to get seats for the remaining bus ride, and it was ...

Bocas paradise

A travel blog entry by mcdermk7

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... we headed for the boat. After an emotional goodbye with Canada we were on our way to the mainland. We took a taxi from there to the bus station. We had been warned about how cold the air conditioning on the bus was so we put on plenty of layers. At 7pm we were on our way. We nodded in and out of consciousness for the journey and at 4am we arrived in Panama. Let's just say we thought we wouldn't get there until 6am and at 4am we certainly regretted that idea of taking a night ...

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