Hotel Palma Royale
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Travel Blogs from Bocas Town
... upon colors upon colors catch your eye around every corner. The few cars that are out, only an occasional taxi or two, carry tourists or act as transportation for the local workers, who are on their way to various job sites around the island. The town seems abandoned in the middle of the day; and it is not until we take a water taxi to one of the sister islands that we discover where everyone has been hiding. From our water front table at one of the more ...
After many recommendations, we headed down to a party hostel in Bocos Del Toro just over the border on an island off the panama coast. The border control was a weird experience of getting our passports stamped on one side of a river and then walking over a rickety bridge to get stamped on the other side. The journey to Bocos Del Toro included a massive traffic jam caused by a tree falling into the road which was efficiently removed by a team of ...
... with him and wishing him the best of luck on his upcoming travels I left to meet up with Mark and Kerry. We enjoyed a few beers together as it was my last night in Bocas del Toro as I was heading to Boquete, Panama the following morning.
The morning of Thursday April 11th I had a quick breakfast and then boarded the 8:00am ferry to leave the island and Bocas del Toro and get back to the mainland of Panama to continue my travels to Boquete, ...
Took a water-taxi to "Red Frogs" ($7 US round trip). From there I "walked" for about 1.5 hr to "Whizard" beach. The same beach we reached by going through the muddy hill.
No, I did not find my glasses, but the beach was enjoyable and so soaked in the water, rested a bit, and decided to come back, by taking the hilly trail, but this time was much dryer and so it was ...
... we were joined at by beach by Luiza. Just a side-track on Ian & Anton.... They're mates from Glasgow. Ian works at TGI Friday and Anton is a landscape gardener (mowing lawns etc...). Last Autumn Ian went on-line and spent 2-3 days playing on-line poker ending up with more than £10k and so he and Anton had already visited Columbia and taken the boat from there to Panama (where the met the Aussie-girls..) and were off elsewhere. Brilliant company. Great story.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking