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... with a short walk to a waterfall. . We started by visiting a pyroclastic flow from the volcano which was interesting (if you could ignore the spray painted **** on parts of it), we also saw a small waterfall (also marred by some ******'s name spray painted on the rocks), a local farm on which we walked along a path they have made to the waterfall, which would have been about 90 metres high (cold too). He showed us the 'Angel's ...
... We have 2 nights at this place so today me and a kiwi called Michelle went for a jeep safari into the cloud forest up volcano Baru and then to a coffee plantation. It was really good and we felt safe doing it. April first 2Dutch girls got into a local taxi and have disappeared so people are a bit jittery about it all. This place has a hot tub and so last night I spent quite a lot of time in there with some of the other guys. We drank a bottle of ...
... arms were dying at this point! I also banged my shin against the rocks and got a massive booboo (first one of the trip!).
There was also a Canadian couple climbing with me and they were so good I was embarrassed....
Bleeding but so happy, I headed back to the hotel. Bought myself some nice ham and cheese to have with the sourdough bread and chilled out evening again in the dining room of the hotel.
V and mini V (had such a lovely lovely ...
... for many many years, but he died of old age before he got to finish it, as did she shortly after. I hope the story is true as it's such a grand building in such a romantic and beautiful setting by the stream. I need to do more digging! I'm just surprised how this was a long time ago and no-one has taken the property on.
We walked for a while before finally a Dutch lady came along in her truck and gave us a ride back to the hostel but while we walked we also came ...
... two twin children and more. And after her life-story had been entrusted to us, she kissed and hugged us once more, pronounced that “me casa, su casa” and that she would pray to god to look after us on our travels.
So although the town of Boquete was a beautiful little place, grandma was the one that really made an impression in her own crazily annoying and loving way and she will always be remembered each time I hear Ave Maria or nails on a chalkboard...whatever comes first.
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