Hotel Dos Rios

Address: Volcan, Volcan, Panama | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Volcan, Volcan.
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    Travel Blogs from Volcan

    Another day of travel

    A travel blog entry by gkmadventures on May 13, 2014

    3 photos

    ... the trip we stopped in a little town for a leg stretch and a quick bite to eat. It was all up hill from there, literally. We ascended to about 9,000ft. This small bus zipped all of this mountain. We were in a cloud forest and the temperature dropped, I actually had goosebumps for the first time this whole trip. It was a completely different environment. There were evergreens which reminded us of Colorado, unlike Colorado the mountain was still very much filled with ...

    Volcan Baru the highest point in Panama

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on May 04, 2014

    23 photos

    ... rare Quetzel bird but unfortunately we didn’t see it.

    It took us 4hrs to do the 15km of solid uphill to reach the summit and apparently that was really good as we saw 2 other groups of locals who had been up over 100 times between them and one did it in 9hrs and the other 5hrs. Luckily it was still clear when we reached the summit marker (A white cross) and we could see the Caribbean & Pacific Oceans, large parts ...

    Hello Panama

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on May 03, 2014

    ... for 3 reasons, firstly because it can take forever to get into Panama at a major crossing, secondly it was a useful place to cross to get to our next destination Volcan and thirdly because it's immensely fun crossing at smaller borders. The border itself was little more than a tiny 5m bridge and there was a road around it that the locals use to cross the border without officially going through ...


    A travel blog entry by comeasyouare on Oct 22, 2012

    ... how to reply because it's hard to pick just one that stands out. I guess I'd have to say it's way I feel when I wake up in the morning. To clarify, I've always hated mornings, and that hasn't changed, but waking up and thinking "everything I am about to do today is for Jehovah" is a pretty nice way to start the day. Not thinking about work. Not worrying about bills. Not stressed about a balancing a insanely busy schedule... no, only me and my service to ...

    SURPRISE! This is Now Your Study!

    A travel blog entry by daynasaur on Feb 19, 2012

    One Sunday after meeting I was out in service with the only elder in our congregation, Juan Barerra, Meredith, Olympia, Pedro and Edward. All 6 of us crammed into Juan's tiny Toyota. That seems crazy and unsafe doesn't it? It was a big shocker to me too, but now its totally normal. I haven't worn a seat belt in weeks, and as long as there is lap space you can fit as many people into a four seater car as you want. Its awesome! As ...