Hotelito Del Mar
Travel Blogs from Bocas Town
... fruit and vegetables, hummus, cheeses, coffee and all the good stuff to eat well, and eat well we did!!
With a week here we filled it with much chilling at home, making the most of our delightful recliners. Some days, during the mid part of the day, we would escape the heat and retreat to the air-conditioning of our apartment. This included sometimes, actually most times watching cable TV and chilling in our awesome recliner chairs… what a homely treat!! ...
... going ,doing Jerk chicken (yum,yum) and people were dancing on the beach and in the swell of the warm Caribbean Sea. Tony and I joined in and met some lovely people. The crowd was mixed, local people, Guaymi, a friendly gsng of Ticos ( Costa Ricans), Brazilians , Australians, English and Canadians, were among those we met.Tony swam in the surf, whilst I danced in the sand and sea , then tried my hand at palm weaving. (need more practice, though I used to help a friend in ...
... knackered after all the travel, so we allowed ourselves to be hustled into a cheap guesthouse on the main street- at least for the first night. And then it was time to hit the beach(!), so we made for the shared minivan to Playa Estrella in the North of the island. Whilst we were waiting for the van to show up, we recognised a couple walking along the pavement- it was Ben and Lucie that I’d climbed the Huayna Potosi with! We couldn’t believe it! ...
... often fresh fish or otherwise chicken), while others don't have any huts, or just ones for day-use.
On the way to San Blas we met Dror, from Israel, who ended up hanging out with us for a couple of days. For our first night we stayed on Isla Iguana. Paradise!!! We passed the time just lounging about on the beach, snorkelling, drinking rum and coconut water, and playing cards. In the evening James and Dror helped the islanders prepare the fish ...
... faces, really enjoying our new friends and so happy about where we had come. As our friends were divers, the conversation eventually turned to diving. I had snorkeled in my life but never taken a scuba course. I think it was the same for Peter. Our friends said that we should give ita shot, that this was an excellent, affordable place to take our certification course. Perhaps weakened by lots of rum, perhaps just because we were open to adventure, we said “yes”. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking