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... bird and mist above the trees.
Back in Boquete, I went to the supermarket and got supplies for a light supper and for the bus ride to Panama City tomorrow. I got such treats as a Panamian version of pot noodles, a tuna salad, biscuits and 2 green apples. I bought a couple of beers for a buck too as it is way cheaper to do so than to get beers anywhere else. Later, I watched Revolutionary Road again with a few people and Rambo for fun, before turning in.
... said diesel then rowed to the boat in the inflatable by Sandro (he volunteered, and seemed to enjoy the experience). I helped to syphon the diesel into the fuel tank and we prepared the hired ropes for the transit. Then at about 2.30 we weighed anchor and motored around to 'the flats' where our on-board advisor, Moses, joined us. His job was to help us through the locks, and his presence was compulsory (4). This was a part time job for ...
... the road and checked out of our room. It took a while for everyone else to get their stuff together so we were a bit late leaving. We had to catch the water taxi back to the main land so we walked to the terminal and got the bags loaded on the boat. There are three extra people travelling with us on this leg of the trip so the boat which would normally comfortably seat 18 not counting the driver was tight with 20 of us on it. One of the extras was ...
... hot tub next to the river. It was the dictionary definition of perfection.
Our last day in Boquete actually turned sour, with Sam being threatened by some drunk locals while busking. It left both of us feeling rather shaken, but I'll let Sam explain more about it on his blog, as I wasn't actually there. But aside from that scary experience, Boquete proved to be a source of limitless happiness. I was feeling good, and not feeling bad, in an atmosphere of ...
... managed to lock himself out of his room. Kevin pried the window stops from the frame and then crawled head first into Swanson's bathroom to let him back in. Then I heard that Shameen had ants in her bed. My recommendation was check the other empty beds in her room as both her roommate's were on the night hike up Volcan Baru. She found one that was ant free and problem was solved. At least for tonight. Around 1am I turned in, morning was coming and breakfast was at 7.