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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After trying to speak to the ferry company and BMW without success we left with the intention of reaching Neiley which is just before the border into Panama. The road was in great shape and with the only exception of a fallen tree which had blocked the road we had no delays so decided to head for the border and get into Panama.
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... drying they become small and green. These beans are then roasted. The roasting time determines whether they are light, medium or strong roasted. We left the roasting machine running for about 10 minutes and then took the beans out. They smelt burnt! This is just a small factory. A lot of the processing is done by the buyers of the beans. We got back to town about 5pm. Still feeling lazy, I did nothing else until we headed out for dinner at ...
... it wasn't nearly as big or as much an adrenaline rush. The last cable was the longest at around 600m over the farm back to the reception. At the end out main guide and the owner if the farm asked us if wet wanted fresh strawberries. Since we were all a bit hungry he took us over to the strawberry patch and we got to pick and eat as many as we wanted. It doesn't get any fresher than that and they were so good. We ate as many ripe ones as we could find before heading back to ...
... 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 ...
... While small compared to David, Boquete is the most populated and developed highlands community, with a very stable businesses geared for the tourism sector. Complete with a wide variety of hotels and restaurants, Boquete can satisfy both backpackers and more demanding travellers ...