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Santa Catalina lies on the Pacific Coast, at the end of an extremely good road winding through a mix of Dordogne, Drente and Dartmoore. Meadows, hills, hedges. With all sorts of palmtrees. Beautiful green scenery. Countless little houses, fences, flowers and everything nicely maintained. Birds in the trees make funny noises and Guanas lie sunbathing on the road. For the first time I see that when a guana runs for it, he walks upright, pulling his ...
... search of the mythical whale sharks that are found in the nearby divers paradise of Isla Coiba and although it is the end of whale shark season we were hopeful that we would spy a colossus on the following day when we booked two spots on a dive boat with Dream Divers Panama. The rest of the afternoon was spent watching surfers and dodging the incoming tide at Estero beach, before enjoying a delicious pizza and ...
... Cleared by about 3 feet. Next day at sea, then we spent a whole day at Isla de Coiba. Isla is a unesco world heritage site. What a fine day we had there. Irene stopped only for lunch. Hike up the mountain, snorkle, paddle board, kayak, bbq lunch, kayak and snorkle again. Food was low on the list that day, and that was good. Too much food on board.
... got ready and jumped in the water - much warmer! And Dolphins swimming right past me! This dive was amazing. The best one yet. 30 ish white tips, I found a frog fish and the number of fish just unbelievable. Wow!! Out of the water and still raining. Still cold. We stopped off at Coiba and I tried my luck with the crocodile again - this time he was there!! All 3m of crocodile. Sitting in the shallow water. Bit scary! A couple of people had stayed on the island overnight, they ...
With nothing firm on the agenda for today we slept in as much as the temperature in our room would allow for. That ended up being until 8:30ish. For breakfast we finished the Nutella and bread from yesterday since we didn't want to pack it around anymore. After that we spent some time relaxing in the hammocks in front of our beach hut, Gina read while I got caught up on blog entries. The tide was way out this morning, you had to walk 300-400m out before you hit the water. ...