Hotelito Del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotelito Del Mar Bocas Town
Travel Blogs from Bocas Town
... tip from Christina that you could bring beer for the cooler, I was off to the supermarket! All tolled, 8 of us were up for the adventure with Martin our captain! All spoke fluent Spanish as 5 were from Spain, 1 from Ecuador and 1 Norwegian who had lived in Spain for 3 years! And me😉 A couple of the Spanish girls started chatting with me, Marta and Alice. There was Ava and Javier X 2!! First stop Dolphin Bay. With the amount of boats I think the dolphins ...
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. ...
... cart on the island for an AMAZING mexican chicken, peppers and onions wrap. $3.50 well spent! In the evening we went for some amazing happy hour coctails at a bar with insane fire dancers, and the daquires were very nice too! After we headed to a bar called La Iguana for ladies night - all drinks free, perfect - and met some people from our hostel for a few drinks. We were still exhausted from the bus so called it a night pretty early and headed back to our oven dorm room to ...
... 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 ...
... would love to, but we're really leaving today, if only because all of our friends are leaving too; if it wasn’t for that, we could easily stay here for a few weeks, going to beautiful beaches, making more trips by boat or kayak, swimming and snorkeling, or simply lounging in a hammock and falling asleep to the gentle sound of the sea below us.
We say goodbye to Julie who stays here and Linn who goes somewhere else in this country, and we get on a boat in the company ...