Hotel Puerta del Sol
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... how we had to get to Nicaragua. We had go back to San Jose, Costa Rica and spend the night there to catch a bus from San Jose to Nicaragua the day after. It would be a 8:30am bus from the bus station in the town of David, Panama. After dinner the Germans said the were heading for a drink in town, so we all joined for an imprompt night out, which was fun and an experience to say the least and all arriving back in various ...
... flight tickets. He turned to spoke to an older border official at the back of the office and told him that we were with him and he was being held up. The bus driver then guided us towards a window where the older official sat down and told us just to hand our passports over. Without another question or buying the flights, our passports were just stamped in seconds and handed back. The driver then escorted us, with our bags, into the customs hall and we were just waved back out ...
... to the entrance of Baru volcano national park where we started our hike. To switch the truck I into 4x4, the switch in the dash did not work so the driver had to pull over and go underneath the truck to make the switch. The park brake also did not work so one of the guides needed to block the tires prior to making the switch. The truck also made really funny noises in 4x4. It was really sketchy but we eventually got to the start at the base of the volcano. Our hotel is at ...
... in a downpour, but just 2 km down the road we found another “jungle lodge” hostel called Roots, where we got settled in just before the rain started to spatter the roof. From the bamboo deck overlooking the valley, we watched the mist and lightning show on the dense jungle below and above us, and celebrated our reaching the top of the Continental Divide with a cup of tea and a Snickers bar.
The ride down the other side of the Continental Divide was ...
... he was having the time of his life!
Last night we went to Mike's bar in town for the final Jam session and our favourite band from the previous night at the hotel were playing and it was a fantastic night of dancing and lots of laughter for the final night. I met more of the locals and I'm pretty sure I'm understanding more of the Spanish they speak to each other now, but it could be my mind playing tricks!
What a great welcome to Boquete!