Tacola Resort and Spa
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We got on what Panama calls a chicken bus. It gets the job done but you always wonder if it will.
it rattled and clanked the whole way but we made it.
The thing about chicken buses is they just keep picking up people.
all the seats are full but he keeps stopping, and more people, if it's a women the ticket man
makes someone move over a bit , so there are three people in a two people seat.
there can also be ...
... through the rainforest on top of these beautiful beasts. Em soon realised that Kerst is a little nervous and has fun grabbing het foot and trying to scare her. We lumber down to the beach and many photos are taken while we enjoy the scenery and the experience. These beautiful animals then take us back to where we started. We are able to feed the elephants and they certainly enjoy the bananas. We then ...
We have set the alarm to wake up at 7.00 as we are going to do yoga on the beach at 8.00. As we shower we hear the thunder rolling in and think maybe we can go back to bed but no we soldier on and head for the beach. It is beautiful. We start off with some breathing exercises and to be sitting on the beach, listening to the waves and doing yoga in Thailand is very, very special. After an hour of stretching, breathing and contorting we head up ...
After a brilliant night's sleep we wake up at seven and survey the day. Still cloudy but we are hopeful of a little sun. After showers, ours, not from the sky, we head for breakfast. It would be very easy to get used to this lifestyle. The staff are amazing and we begin with yoghurt, fruit and muesli. Yes, we should stop there but today they have waffles, pancakes, maple syrup, eggs, bacon etc. etc. After another delicious breakfast we plan the day. Now should we swim and read or ...
... she had not made plans for the day which would leave me going there alone.
Far from that being the case there were actually five of us waiting for the taxi at 3.00pm, Marilyn and myself, Sue, Sheila and a new volunteer who had just arrived called Stephanie. She was a freshly qualified young teacher taking a trip around SE Asia before knuckling down to work later in the year. She was from Cardiff. I had had to make a quick choice of lesson and had ...