Hotel Residencial El Valle
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... ride! I think our time in Bocas would have been so much better if the weather was improved however I would definitely come back. Our time in Central America is coming to an end. Although slightly rushed, it's been great to see the variety in culture, especially in some less developed countries like Nicaragua and Guatemala. For me, Wildtracks was by far the highlight! We now fly out from Panama City to Lima for the next leg of our ...
... the island following a nice wooden pathway until we showed up on the beach full of fallen palm trees and coconuts. We took a while before we found a suitable spot where we could sit down and have lunch. We were also recommended to avoid sitting under the palm trees if we didnīt want to be killed by a falling coconut. At the same time we couldnīt stay on the beach because we would be swallowed by giant waves within the first few seconds. After finishing our lunch we walked along ...
... and so much more. It was the best snorkeling we had experienced in Central America. There are 365 islands that make up San Blas. Even though we only visited a handful, each island looked like paradise on a postcard.
We spent the next 30 hours on the open sea and to our surprise, it was a breeze. It's quite a surreal feeling to look around you and see nothing but water. During the day, dolphins swam alongside our sailboat and by night, the moon and ...
... I was expecting more fried fish, but no. Freshly caught LOBSTER, all you can eat. Freshly caught fish, bones removed, all you can eat. Pineapple. Coconut rice. Salad. Beans. Anything you could ever want laid out before you. A fat kid's paradise.
After that we finished our time at the last island we visited. So we arrived at the island and our boy tour guide got off the boat to tie up as usual. We all heard the bark of a dog, and the ...
... issues.Sunday June 22nd sees us up and after breakfast sailing to our last island anchor where we find ourselves near 3 islands all uninhabited and with 2 other boats nearby. Funny we see the boat that was delayed in Portobelo and wave to the passengers who must have got under way the day after us. This spot is so shallow we dive off the end of the boat and snorkeling is easy around the reef and circumference of the small isalnd. We see rays, numerous fish lovely corals again ...