Swan's Cay Hotel
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We got a good deal for another hostel in the town, closer to the action. We booked to stay for 5 days in the end as the owner told us that there was a big week long festival on the island, starting on the Monday 15th-19th so we planned to stay for the first day of the festival. We were told lots of people came over from the main island, so though it would be a good ...
... and caught a bus along the island to starfish beach (the clue is in the name- lots of starfish). When Gianna moved one in the water, a whistle was blown and a starfish security guard ran over and said if we touched them again he would call the police and that spy's were watching us from the nearby trees. We heard the whistle go numerous times that day for the other naughty tourists. The scenery was very beautiful. Ciao for ...
... our stickers we walked to the Panamanian customs where we got stamped into Panama. I forgot to mention the ever so annoying tall Dutch boys that kept trying to budge in front of Greg and I when we were in the Costa customs. Very very pushy. They kept trying to get in front of us at every moment. So, once we got on out shuttle they ended up on the same shuttle. Greg tried being friendly asking them where they were from and the one responded but ...
... sure it was another wahoo but they have razor sharp teeth and it actually bit through the wire leader and got away with the lure. We found the yellowfin a few more times and pulled in a few more decent ones. I had one more wahoo on the line too and managed to reel it up next to the boat but when Rudy tried to gaff hook it, it jumped and spat out the hook. It wasn't as big as the first two that we landed but it was still decent sized. By ...
... soil. We pay our entry fees and then are told to go to immigration which is located a short stroll away. So we arrive and are asked for our flight details for departure from the country. We weren’t able to print this paper work before coming and needed wifi to at least show the guy. So he directs us to a little discrete cabana which supposedly has internet, but after 30 mins of trying to figure it out… no luck. We are at a loss at this point cause we ...