Hotel La Rumba, Costa Azul Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... so beautiful. We decamped out onto the beach. So pretty. The reason we came here - to go deep boarding. A new activity - and right now you can only do it in Panama. You hold onto a curved plastic board, wear a mask and snorkel, and get dragged behind a boat. With the board you can angle it downwards and it pulls you down underwater. It's really easy. We began going quite slowly, which was good - the water wasn't that deep - we only got to about 3 ...
... from English speaking islands such as Jamaica to work on banana plantations. So although Spanish is the first language, English is widely spoken with a broad Caribbean accent. Sometimes an effort to follow but those soft slow pronunciations from beaming smiles only invite you to listen and entrust everyone so easily. Along with Canadian Cöry, and excitable Germans Jan, Philipe and Yusuf, we were the only foreigners on the island, so we made the ...
... got roped into a big game of ring of fire, and one of the Kiwi guys was made to down a whole jar of pickled gherkin juice, which he subsequently threw up all over the floor under the table. I understood the Spring Break reference now.
The next day was Saturday – party day – so me, Matt, and Beth (a brother and sister from the UK who were also staying at Aqua) decided to try and at least have a productive day, before the evening kicked off. We ...
... have easily spent double.Last time we posted, we were in La Paz, the only other place we went after that was Copacabana (coming before the more famous Brazilian version).
Copacobana / Lake Titicaca - Lake Titicaca is the world highest altitude lake.
We travelled with our friends (Tim and Lonneke) we met in Santiago from La Paz to Lima. Lots of fun, beers and Dutch practise for Tom were the consequence.
A boat to Isla del Sol for a stunning walk across ...
... there is an office where your vehicle will drop you at the border to pay by cash. You will see a walkway leading to a building, walk in and pay $9 (yes $9, not $7) get a receipt and then go to immigration. This will save you an hour queuing up at both..... you'd think your driver would tell you!
Panama border tips - you need to pay a $3 entry fee only in USD! A kind ...