Hotelito Del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Bocas del Toro I had booked the Caribe Shuttle for noon. This is great company if you ever need hand holding going from Costa Rica to Panama on the Caribbean coast. The gist is, they pick you up at your hotel, drive you to the border. A guide meets you and takes you through customs and leaving Costa Rica. He walks you across the border and directs you through immigration. Then on a new bus to Almirante to catch the boat to Bocas. After recent experiences with ...
... restaurant having a fire show later….
So, after exploring we found $2 FISH TACOS. YES. They were seriously some of the best fish tacos I have ever had, and such a good price! We watched the gorgeous sunset paint the sky with cotton candy and melted crowns, then went to watch the fire show and hit up cocktail hour. Finally we returned to the hostel for some well needed R and R, not to mention lots of reading! :)
success meter: YES.
We arrived in Bocas in the morning and managed to get into our room to get in a couple of hours much needed sleep. We then awoke, boiling hot in our fan room, and went for a little wander around the island. It's so nice and chilled out here, with a slight breeze from the sea passing over us. We're staying in heike hostel which is nice and has some great people in it. ...
... meant less comfort but it was a small price to pay for saving a lot of time. The boarder crossing from Costa Rica to Panama was an experience. On the Costa Rican side they make you wait outside in the heat while one by one you get to go into their air conditioned building to pay your departure tax and go through immigration. You then have to cross this old rail bridge over the Rio Sixaola that probably hasn't been maintained since the ...
... a more than plausible story.
After spending the first day to get some sleep back, also because it was raining cats and dogs all the time, we woke up the next morning with the arrival of three other survivors of our adventure in San Blas: Andrew , Julie and Linn joined us and from that moment we took full possession of the Jaguar hostel for a few days. In the following two days we went through the jungle on several occasions to go to the other side of the island and enjoy ...