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... nothing more than a strip of land beside the beach where the buses turn around. The bonus is that it was a cracking place to take photographs of the sunrise over the ocean.
There were quite a few of us heading for the ferry, so the bus was quite crowded. With only one stop in Cobano, we arrived in Paquera with plenty of time for the 9am sailing. It was just as well, as we had to queue up to buy a ferry ticket. Most of us were under the impression that the ...
... because the very loud crowd here is blasting AC/DC and showing no signs of slowing down any time soon. That's no problem for me but Brittany is warning that our days in hostels are numbered... I've got pretty much all of our time here figured out but I still have to nail down our overnight bus into Panama City. That's going to be a little more complicated than I thought, but I'm sure it will work out fine. Probably. Maybe? Tomorrow is our jungle hike. Let's see some ...
... rebuild at on their blog at www.impetuoustoo.blogpost.com where you can also read more about the transit and see some more photos.
So having met and chatted over lunch, we went to the duty free zone to have a look. I was expecting a large mall, but it is actually like a city centre. Like the rest of Colón, it is completely lacking in charm and is, in short, a **** hole. Anyway, then it was off to a supermarket to buy supplies for ...
... and turquoise waters. We snorkelled for hours and hours, ate lunch and snorkelled more. The sunset was beautiful. For tea, we ate lobster... I have never seen soooo much lobster in my whole life. There must have been about 150 lobsters or probably even more between the 2 groups which all together we were 40 people. We didnt finish it all! Our captain told me that one guy just went out and caught it all from the wild.. unbelievable! We had a bonfire in ...
Boquete was considered the Napa Valley of coffee in Panama with a cool, fresh climate and pristine natural setting and as we had been hitting the beaches hard, it sounded like a nice change. We hopped on the local bus in Panama City’s huge terminal with our bags and snacks for a seemingly fairly comfortable ride of 6-7hours through the lush countryside and solid roads to David, pronounced Da-vid. But as the day slipped away and turned into night and the torrential rains poured ...