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 Archipelago. Nine major islands, dozens of smaller ones. We were told it was a place of “indescribable and overwhelming natural beauty” when we first considered sailing here oh so long ago. When was oh so long ago? Eight months when we left Grenada to sail north, through the Windward Islands, through ...
... in between me trying to retrieve my bikini!). That night we grabbed a water taxi to Bocas for a really good sushi supper and a few drinks. A great day ended back at the hostel for a couple of night caps whilst listening to chilled music and swaying in hammocks. We woke up to a stormy Easter Sunday. It cleared around lunchtime so we headed over to the other side of the island to Red Frog Beach which was beautiful and had lovely turquoise water. There was a great atmosphere on the beach ...
... if we can make it work but if not, no harm done as we had an awesome time there already and have found in the past when we have returned to places in Asia we loved, we were only let down with disappointment as it didn't live up to the initial experience. We have an easy lunch and stay at the hostel in case it doesn't sit well with Leesh. Her hunger is back a bit but she still has issues keeping everything in. It looks like it's going to be a rough trip to Panama. But the ...
... cafes, restaurants and cervecerias with view of a contrasting and equally beautiful city skyline. The highlight of our Panama visit was seeing my mum and dad! They were on the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship passing through the Panama Canal. We figured out what time they would reach the Miraflores Lock and headed there to wave. Bloody typically the Miraflores Lock closed to visitors at 5pm which was so frustrating as we could see the ship up the canal but we had to leave. We headed ...
... may not be able to see. We went for the classic option of a stick as our shoes were floating. Unfortunately this stick was no where near long enough. We had a quick look round for another option but it ended up with us tearing down a small tree, not ideal but we were surrounded by forest. We not had a good 4 metres of stick with leaves on the end as hooks. We felt like primitive humans or adventurers using basic tools. Luckily it worked ...