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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Boquete
... Alejandra. She really likes her space so Jake was behind me and usually a little ways behind. The rest of the day we relaxed, shopped a little, and had Panamanian food for dinner. That was the last night of our relaxing vacation. The next day we had 10 hours of bus rides to get to Panama City and slept 7 hours in a hotel before getting up early to catch our flight. We are now in Atlanta about to board for our 2nd of 4 flights. In 21 hours we'll get to see BERNIE!!!
... because very few unknown words were used. It was mostly just a much simpler form of what we use everyday and the word "us" was invariably replaced by the word "we". Children was "pickney" and little was "lickey". It was a lot of fun to listen to and we were even tempted to comment using it (we all lost our nerve though and commented in boring old regular English). We had a great time talking to the friends after the meeting and they invited us to lunch at a ...
Well this is to be found out in Central America. The public transport uses mainly minivans. They stop almost everywhere on the road if someone wants to get in. And they dont care about limited space...there is always space for one more person. So when I wanted to take the bus from Lost and Found to David the bus was already more than full. but no problem to fit me and my backpack in...=) In David ...
... whether to change room or go to Bocas del Toro early - we'll decide tomorrow. The hostel is nice enough, we have cable TV in the room and there is a hot tub in the very nice garden with a stream running down beside it.
We walked into town and up to the river but it started raining so we turned around, grabbed some beer & snacks from the supermarket and headed back to the hostel. The rain stopped a little ...
... company office where I met my 3 fellow hikers and guide. We drove up to the National Park and about 3k's into it. There we parked the vehicle and started our 10k walk up a steep and rugged 4 wheel drive track to the summit of Panama's tallest mountain. It was hard going, we started at about 1600m and ended at about 3.450 metres (the summit is at 3,474m, but I didn't get up there as the path was a bit sketchy and while going up would have been ...