La Playita Resort

Pedasi, Panama | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pedasi

Just what I needed, beach time and rum

A travel blog entry by 13thlayer


... circulation. Even with the light on, I was able to sleep better.

Saturday rolled around and I had an omellete and fruit. Then I drank coffee while staring at the ocean. Eventually it was too much for me and I changed and walked down to the water. I went swimming and tried to catch waves for body surfing. The water felt great, like it always does, except it was really dirty. It had rained most of Friday so all this debris had made it into ...


A travel blog entry by bethynrae


FINALLY!!! We made it to the beach after almost 2 months being here! All I gotta say is, all my childhood hopes and dreams of what a tropical beach should be:


We all piled in 2 cars and drove to Playita Resort, a lovely place with macaws, emus, iguanas, cabanas, fresh fish, outdoor showers, part of it was built in the trees, hammocks on the ...

Birthday turtle

A travel blog entry by helen-sean


Another monster journey, this time from Caribbean to Pacific. WeŽve come to see turtles laying their eggs on the beach for my birthday treat, but the advice is really contradictory. Some guidance says May - January guarantees youŽll see turtles, others not. Some says a full moon is the best time to see them lay, some not, very confusing. Well, its May and its a full moon so weŽll see. It took one and a half days of hardcore travel - 2 x boats, ...

Pedasi - The Interviews

A travel blog entry by lobo


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Foreign influence started when the Americans built a naval garrison for 200 sailors during World War II on the coast near Pedasi. Mirna’s grandmother along with many women of the area married an American sailor from the Punta Mala base. Some of the Americans stayed after the war or came back to the area in later years.

For a peek at what $225 per night of luxury will buy you, have a look ...

Pedasi and the Azuero Peninsula

A travel blog entry by lobo


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From my limited exposure it appeared to me that the traditional expats, meaning those of retirement age, tended to gravitate towards Pedasi while the younger set and the younger tourists tended to look for a more adventurous experience by pushing the envelope towards the isolated pockets of civilization located on the coast. I would have loved to push the envelope myself in this direction but ...

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