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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... s opened once again.
Boquete is a dream home for a huge number of American retirees on account of the pleasant climate and idyllic setting. Flanked by numerous coffee plantations, one can see how it could be a picturesque place to spend one's last years. I got to my hostel and followed the recommendations of a guy there to get a good but cheap meal. So I headed to Nelvis,(around the corner) and had a slap up chicken, rice and beans meal plus ...
... rebuild at on their blog at www.impetuoustoo.blogpost.com where you can also read more about the transit and see some more photos.
So having met and chatted over lunch, we went to the duty free zone to have a look. I was expecting a large mall, but it is actually like a city centre. Like the rest of Colón, it is completely lacking in charm and is, in short, a **** hole. Anyway, then it was off to a supermarket to buy supplies for ...
We got to sleep in a bit today as we had a later than planned departure. Initially we were supposed to take public busses to Boquete but for $10 each we could take private transport and save a lot of time. The public busses would involve doing some backtracking then multiple transfers. It would have taken at least 10 hours as opposed to the 5 if we went direct with private transport. The saved time can be used for activities and we have already ...
... didn't stay there too long before heading back and then getting a night bus over to Panama City.
I arrived there at 4.45 in a MASSIVE paddy as the bus system was faaaaaaar too confusing and I didn't have the brain capacity to cope with it at that particular moment in time . There were probably 100 different buses all going to different places with the most unhelpful names that I couldn't match up to anything on my map. Why can't you just have something simple like CENTRO rather ...
... hot tub next to the river. It was the dictionary definition of perfection.
Our last day in Boquete actually turned sour, with Sam being threatened by some drunk locals while busking. It left both of us feeling rather shaken, but I'll let Sam explain more about it on his blog, as I wasn't actually there. But aside from that scary experience, Boquete proved to be a source of limitless happiness. I was feeling good, and not feeling bad, in an atmosphere of ...