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

Panama in 11 days

A travel blog entry by hastie_gringo

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... project not as far advanced)......and nowhere near as good as Quito! Its still a nice couple of hours wandering the streets and after the restoration is finished....maybe in 100 years......it will be stunning! Lets hope they spend a bit of money on the slums we walked through to get here at some stage. Not holding my breath....

Next stop the famous canal. We are here after all, it would be rude not to. Engineering marval it may be, spectator sport it is not. We spend the ...

Bocas

A travel blog entry by kezzah16

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... can only be described as a shaved poodle. The hairdresser had sure got scissor happy and took more than wanted off and he had now a white rim around his head from the tan lines underneath the hair that was once there. I couldn't stop laughing and Steve would stroke his head every minute, anticipating some hair would surly reappear. The look on his face every time he passed his reflection was comical. After we had all got over the haircut we ...

Caribbean Islands, Sloths and Calypso Joe!

A travel blog entry by m_and_m_time

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... 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 ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by canadiangirl

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... spots, we can see the massive groups of surfers floating around in the waves. Children (or Los ninos as they call them here) scream and chase each other around in the water; their parents grab drinks at the bar and lay around in hammocks, gossiping and happily enjoying just another typical afternoon on the island. Young travelers lay out on the docks or kayak around the shallow waters, taking in the rainbow colored reefs and snapping photos to send back home to ...

Country Overview: Panama

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88

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... 5 sailing trip to Cartagena in Colombia. We spend three days cruising through the San Blas Islands, which by all accounts are nothing short of spectacular. A maze of mini islands, the vast majority of which are uninhabited, lined with palm trees and white sands. During out rime here we can go snorkelling off the tiny islands amongst the coral, chill out on the beaches, really do whatever we fancy, whilst having ...

 

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