Hotel Las Olas Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Wooow. What a day. Goodness I was exhausted. To be honest, this day wasn't super interesting, so I am planning a fairly short blog entry. So, we started our trip bright eyed and bushy tales at the bus station at around 6:30 pm. We got out bus tickets, super excited and loaded up the bus to David. The bus was an over night bus, taking about 9 hours, so we thought we would be able to sleep fairly well. Yes, I did sleep some, but the bus stops every ...
... only a 10 minute according to the map.
Hotel Residencial Cervantes is probably a business class hotel in David even though it was very basic in international standards. It did have AC, cable TV, free WiFi and free coffee in lobby for a price that was cheaper than hostels, so we checked in for 2 nights .
Despite being bang in the centre of town, we struggled to find a restaurant for dinner, it seemed most places were only open for lunch and ...
... to the entrance of Baru volcano national park where we started our hike. To switch the truck I into 4x4, the switch in the dash did not work so the driver had to pull over and go underneath the truck to make the switch. The park brake also did not work so one of the guides needed to block the tires prior to making the switch. The truck also made really funny noises in 4x4. It was really sketchy but we eventually got to the start at the base of the volcano. Our hotel is at ...
... 8217;d been doing ever since Puerto Limon in Costa Rica. We knew we’d be leaving the Pan Am for our next break, though—we were headed to another island retreat, this time on the Pacific side. As soon as we turned off the highway toward the coast, I started to hum again as I do when cycling fills me with me content. The ride down to Boca Chica was beautiful, and a great way to end the day. Contemplating the white cows in their green fields stretching down to the ...
... look up you could see this ginormous boulder wedged between the canyon walls. The walk back to our friends only took about ten minutes, so we walked up to the truck stop for some food. Micky and Natasha hopped on the next bus about half an hour later. We had to wait a little longer and managed to stop a park official (we're staying on reserved land in Panama) who gave us a ride back to L&F. His driving was absolutely insane! The roads here are very ...