Travel Blogs from Boquete
... were able to go into town for dinner.
On the way into town we heard what I first thought were kids pretending to shoot each other with toy blasters. It reminded us of early computer games but, as we figured out, due to the sound coming from the drainage ditches, that it was in fact made by frogs (there are frogs all over El Valle). Lorna used her phone to record the sound (the mp3 file is at the bottom of this) The frog is called ...
... Apparently the locals drink 6-7 a day or so our cab driver said.
In the afternoon we did a little bar crawl of the 3 main bars and enjoyed the local Tika bar the most partly because it was really local and partly because beer cost $1. The last bar we went to was Mike’s Grill run by an American couple who met at the South Pole while working there for 3 & 5 years at the research centre. They had actual flags flown at the ...
Ready and raring to go at 8am :) Drove to Rancho Caldera where we met our horses! I got the youngest one called Shaggy, he was prettyyyy! No helmets hmmmm...was nervous about that but Kristin said that they used western saddles which are really stable and hard to fall off.
Gracefully got myself on Shaggy and off we went!! We trotted and galloped (!!) and saw beautiful views of the mountains!! Shaggy was a bit slow at times and did not like his personal ...
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... off to Boquete.
Got there at 1 pm with plenty of time to roam the small town. Found out that white water rafting tomorrow was only an all day option. So it was either that or do the half day coffee tour.
Boquete is a small town on the Caldera River, in the green ...