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... were able to go into town for dinner.
On the way into town we heard what I first thought were kids pretending to shoot each other with toy blasters. It reminded us of early computer games but, as we figured out, due to the sound coming from the drainage ditches, that it was in fact made by frogs (there are frogs all over El Valle). Lorna used her phone to record the sound (the mp3 file is at the bottom of this) The frog is called ...
... We decided that we would do another of the main hikes in the area the Lost Waterfalls hike. It involved hiking up through the jungle to 3 different waterfalls and it was awesome as all the heavy rain had caused a falls to be much bigger. It was relatively muddy and steep in places but only took us around 2hrs to go there and back. Again we managed to get back just before the afternoon dour pour started. We tried some of the local coffee out which ...
... there and back and we've been so lucky with the nice people that have picked us up.
Reason it makes me smile: You never know who you're going to get and the stories and life stories you'll hear.
Recent experience: When we went to the Pipeline trail we were picked up by a nice couple who happened to have a dog and 2 puppies in the back so that was good entertainment for the ride. At the end we ...
... it was hard to see what he was doing sometimes because there were about 30 people (including vomiting children and chickens) on the 15 chairs available.
In Boquete we stayed with a "host family", which involved one slightly crazy but very enthusiastic and welcoming old lady who repeatedly told us that she needed a man in her life! Whilst at Seņora Eira´s house we have been immersing ourself in the local way of life ...
... property 2kms up the road and coffee finca around the corner. Mary accompanied us and filled the conversation with many a raw story. Due to the rains that approached the valley at around 2pm in the afternoon, we thought it would be the optimal time to visit the Los Pozos de Caldera or Hot Springs.The four of us jumped in our organised taxi to drive the 30 minutes out of town through to the private property where the healing waters bubbled. We agreed to meet our taxi driver some ...