Hotel MaccaBite

Isla Bastimentos, Bocas del Toro, Panama | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Isla Bastimentos

Bocas del Toro to the Pacific on a wing.

A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle


... I was ready to be done with class but wouldn’t trade the experience.

The next morning, Peter and I got a boatman and a small boat for the day. We wanted an adventure and we got it. We headed about 7 miles across open water to a little island, met an old indigenous family who grew and processed chocolate beans. I saw this old guy carving a wooden oar from hardwood. I asked him if I could buy it from him. He did, and carved his signature in it. I’m not ...

Caribbean Islands, Sloths and Calypso Joe!

A travel blog entry by m_and_m_time


... Macushla was actually a pale yellow colour- she was that sick! We tried to give Romero some money for driving us but he declined. This journey was supposed to take 2.5 (plus) hours and it took us 1.5. We were thankful for this friendly Panamanian picking up us two Australian hitchhikers, though it was a hell of a journey. I guess you just never know when you hitchhike...

It then took us an additional two water-taxi boats to reach this colourful and ...


A travel blog entry by kim_puravida


... banged on about all these beautiful and amazing places (my vocabulary is seriously lacking,) but this island really was, absolutely beautiful. I have seen some incredible sights and views this year, but this one was definitely one of my favourites- just stunning. “Crystal clear waters arriving gently onto the white sandy beaches lined with palm trees… Perfect.” Haha I can’t describe this beautiful, unspoilt island, so ...

Costa. Lot.

A travel blog entry by jenifertravels

... iguanas and steroid enhanced bugs to remind you that yes, in fact, you are actually in one of the most geographically blessed parts of Latin America. I also love the accessible health movement here and, (wannabe astral plane travellers aside), theres a commitment to farmers markets, yoga practise and green juice bars. And after months without kale, im willing to suck up the price tag for a goddess juice or two and some decent down dog lessons. Even that has ...

The Enigma of the 3 Toed Sloth

A travel blog entry by findscore


... our boat!! I took a video (posted here), in which you can see and hear my excitement (pardon the shakiness). Next, we did some snorkeling and saw quite an assortment of colored coral as well as a few schools of fish friends. We finished off the day at a deserted island, where the boat capitan left us for 1.5 hours of unbridled isolation, swimming in perfect water and rolling around in the white sand. Not a bad trip, IŽd say.


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