Hotel Laguna

Third Street, Bocas Town, Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro, Panama | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Third Street, Bocas Town, is near La Buga Dive Center & Adventures, Volcan Baru National Park, Boquete Mountain Safari Tours, and Portobelo National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Bocas Town


    A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jul 04, 2014

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    ... It was truly beautiful.
    After that we went snorkeling. We spent about an hour on a reef, looking at the fish and the coral. The water was pretty shallow in most parts, so you were really close to the animals. Also, the water was super clear, crystal blue. :) After snorkeling we went to a small restaurant when I had octopus salad which was SO GOOD. omg I can't even describe, fresh caught octopus yummy.
    Finally, we went to Zapatia Island, ...

    Central America's Phi Phi Islands

    A travel blog entry by wenna on Jun 11, 2014

    5 photos

    ... American couple who had moved there a year ago and everything was organic and done on a small scale, it was really great. The guy knew his stuff about all the plants and wildlife as well and we saw bullet ants (huge ants that have the most painful sting, worse than a bullet), tasted some termites (surprisingly tasty, like oregano) and saw another sloth. The local dog was so cute following us everywhere and it was great to taste the cocoa ...

    One More Day

    A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Apr 11, 2014

    53 photos

    ... spent the day trying not to die of asphyxiation for the terrifying heat: we didn’t move much, at most a little stroll through the picturesque village that hosts us. The locals speak guari guari, a Creole language that sounds like an incomprehensible mixture of English and Spanish; this and the fact that there is a large Afro-Caribbean community makes us feel more like we’re somewhere in Jamaica than in Panama. Apart from the three small shops in the village, all of ...

    A laaaverly bunch a coconuts

    A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed on Jan 25, 2014

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... special too.

    One last night hanging out with people back at the hostel and then we had an early start to get a boat back to the mainland, bus to the nearest big town, connecting bus to the Panamanian border, walk across no-man’s land, and then yet another bus to Golfito in Costa Rica. Phew! Still, at least our batteries had been properly recharged after all that quality time with the Caribbean, and just in time for some hikes around the ...

    Panama: full of paradise and love

    A travel blog entry by kiri-ana on Jan 08, 2014

    54 photos

    ... lovely staff (particularly Wendy and Yorlenis) and friendly guests. (Little did I know Heike would become my home for 2 more weeks..)

    We spent the afternoon on a smaller island next to Colon, called Isla Carineros, which we took a water taxi to for $1pp. We walked around half of the island, chilled out on the pier (because the beach has sand fleas), drank smoothies, etc. In the evening we chilled at the hostel, ate dinner at a local place (Chitre, where ...