Hotel La Rumba, Costa Azul Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... was people yelling at workers from every direction not knowing what's going on and we just stood back and waited for the chaos to die down. A few people got their tickets and start boarding the bus. It didn't leave for another half hour or so so no real rush, but eventually, a guy with a bundle of bus tickets calls us and a few others over, and says find your ticket and get on. So I flick through the pile, find Leesh and my tickets, get our bags checked into the cabin ...
... out up the coast where we found an isolated beach with only a few people on! The waves and riptides were too strong to swim in however and at one point my belongings got swept into the water due to the tide. Apparently top surfers from around the world were in Bocas because the waves were so good! On our 4th and final day in Bocas I unfortunately had food poisoning from some street food, which wasn't fun seeing as I had a 10 hour ...
... But no. They didn't pick me up. So lucky I can swim - and swum back to the island. It took me about 15 minutes to get back. Then spent the next while wandering around the beach. For lunch, we headed along the beach to the benches. We had some tomato pasta and pineapple. Then off for a walk around the island. There was a board walk which ran through the centre of the island, palms gave way to mangroves. We walked for about half an hour. I ...
... with AC, cable TV, and real hot water showers!
We set up a trip to go deepboarding but due to the rain, we had to pass. I can see why others like Bocas. There are plenty of activities, restaurants, and places to stay. There is even a brewery on the island which we sampled. We also walked to the nearby beaches when it was not storming and enjoyed a lot of local restaurants and cafes.
The water ...
... things to see here, and the surrounding islands. I enjoyed the dives we did here, even if the weather was not classic sunny blue sky days. There are a lot of research projects in progress around the island, with the Smithsonian having facilities here. I found the demographics of Panamanians, Gringos and the Chinese "mafia" mix very intriguing! You'll know what I mean when you get here ;) Just don't let the Guides shatter any of your ...