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... salad all the time anyway.
One thing that is funny, is that we’ve probably both consumed about 12-15 bananas each in this first week. They are small, maybe only like 4 inches long, but such a tasty snack. We were just saying we should look for some peanut butter to go along with all these bananas. Sometimes we bring them with us to eat while we wait for our early morning bus into town. Definitely a convenient treat!
Wow what a long day of travelling but still didn't manage to make it to Bocas! Got up at 5.50 and finished packing. Bag had dried some but still wet and trainers drenched! Got boat at 7.15 to sierpe then took taxi to palmar Norte. Decided to get 2 buses to border as leaving sooner at 9.30 but by 10 still no bus then one going direct to border rocked up just after 10 so we got on that. Think got there around 1ish but then add hour on as Panama one ...
... balloon and a coconut got rolled into our bungalow. (Thankfully the water balloon did not pop.) The girls of course wanted to get the boys back. We had a leaders meeting and ended up getting Kaila and Kody with water balloons. (Basically the leaders are awesome.) However, we got asked by the other people staying here to keep it down because they were trying to sleep. That ended our war. A handful of girls stayed up talking, but other than that, it was bed ...
... had an afternoon to forget. Firstly it started absolutely bucketing down with rain so we got pretty wet just crossing the road, then we ended up missing our bus despite being at the bus station an hour before it left. We asked more than 10 people where we needed to go and they all agreed on the same bus stop so we stood there and missed the only service up to San Gerardo of the day. ...
... didn’t hit me until a couple days later, but staying at Hacienda Baru was really my pace and my thing. If I could pick one spot to go back to in terms of overall enjoyment and accommodations, I would easily return there. It was like heaven on earth to me. The reason the day was bittersweet was due to us leaving Hacienda Baru. A quick breakfast, then a run through the cabins, before loading onto the bus, and heading out to what was easily my favorite day of ...