Hotel Puerta del Sol

Address: Calle Central y Avenida Tercera, David, 507, Panama | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Central y Avenida Tercera, David.
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      The Twilight Zone and, Later, Heaven on Earth

      A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on Mar 11, 2015

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... and Joe) and went to sleep in my nice quiet room in preparation for our Island tour today. I wasn't too sure what to expect: I only knew that we were going on a tour of an island in the Chiriqui Gulf Marine Sanctuary. I booked through a company called Boquete Outdoor Adventures, and I think it's safe to say they're one of the best tour operators on Earth. From the time we left at 7AM to our exhausted yet triumphant return at 5PM they had every detail figured out ...

      Day 1: Exhaustion

      A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jun 20, 2014

      ... bus to Boquete. My first Diablo Rojo! For those of you who do not know, a Diablo Rojo is one of the old school busses that run through Panama. Google something like "panama diablo dojo" and you should be able to find some. They are basically school busses, but beautifully and ornately painted with political and social messages, along with religious beliefs and even cartoon characters. These busses are being phased out in favor of new "high ...

      Square trees and space invader frogs

      A travel blog entry by colin on Jun 03, 2014

      1 comment, 49 photos

      ... farmers is disgraceful. They pay them about $8 a day, they do provide accommodation but it is like that found in a concentration camp. They are treated as inferior, and extremely derogatory terms are used to refer to them. They can't get jobs in town. It is like apartheid, but the world doesn't care. We saw one farm house complex, it included an 8 car garage. The farmers are dong nicely, and can certainly afford to treat the indigenous ...

      Welcome to Panama...not!!

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jun 02, 2014

      4 photos

      ... we, and the four other foreigners, should follow him. We were taken to a lawyers office 300m down the road. We had to pay our departure tax at the lawyers, with USD $1 service fee on top of USD $7 departure tax. Given the long walk each way, it took longer than the bank queue we were originally in.

      When we walked back to the immigration office, we noticed that our bus had disappeared. One of the others said it had driven towards the border but not sure to where ...

      "Oh, how beautiful is Panama"

      A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on May 07, 2014

      32 photos

      ... that do lie on our path.

      It was a long and slow climb, but our day started clear, with increasing cloud as the day wore on. The valley in the morning light was stunning, vivid greens and blues, leafy plants and trees and flowers surrounding us, with the sweet scent of something like jasmine. Humidity is a given; we were drenched in our own sweat, but as we got higher, the air got a bit cooler too. The road was unrelentingly uphill for about 30 km, and then ...