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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... gave free drinks to girls before 12. They got a lot of drinks, and Robin and I drank a lot of them. Like in BA, here ladies night had also turned into "wench get my drinks like back in the last century" night. The second time I was busted for drinking a ladies drink it was confiscated so we buggered off in protest. Myself and Kat headed to another nice but empty bar whilst the others called it a night. When the heavens opened we did the same. ...
... the sea was getting rougher and we even had a hard time getting off the boat on the island.
The Zapatillas Cays are considered to be the most beautiful islands of the Bocas del Toro Archipelago: pristine white sand beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters and some of Panama´s most attractive coral reefs. Some say the Zapatillas Cays received their name from their shape resembling a pair of running shoes (“zapatillas” in Spanish). There are two ...
... pasta for dinner, and about 15-20 games of ********. I think I lost about 75% of them. I knew it was time for bed when I started looking at my face down cards as if I was playing poker. Enrique showed up back at the hostel at around 10pm. His opening gambit was "I still haven’t got your bus ticket" which didn’t fill me with much confidence. The story went on, he moaned that I’d caused him a lot of ‘work’ that day, and gave me some ...
... breakfast at the hotel, then we were off. We started at "starfish island" which was actually a sandbar.
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So wow. I felt so incredibly connected to God it wasn't funny. There is something incredible about sitting with the water at your knees, arms stretched wide taking in the sun, and the only sound you can hear is the waves crashing against a near by reef. There is something magical about ...
... we met the chief and his wife, his 7th wife. He reportedly has 40 kids to them all. They were all successive wives but 3 died in childbirth and 3 divorced him. Island life is tough. He was in his 70s and she in her 50s. She wore traditional Cuna clothing of brightly coloured skirt and blouse with beads in her calves and arms. He had worked in Panama city in his youth for an American company so knew some English words, spoke Spanish and his Cuna language. He made efforts to talk ...