Hotel Valle del Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in a small pool down river from it. The long walk back to the first fall rewarded us with views from a cliff of a cascade falling into a riverbed below, rainbows eminating from the mists as the moon rose above the cascade's source. Panama had been a two week burst of contrasts and captivating landscapes filled with jungle, desert islands and underwater wonders. Next stop: Costa Rica. ...
... gorgeous and very rare kind of bird). We're hoping to see sloths and toucans. We also booked a tour to a national marine park for the following day, so we're hoping the weather holds for one last amazing day on the beach. A guy at the hostel tipped us off to a super simple and cheap restaurant for dinner, and all four of us wound up with huge plates of food for a grand total of $12. Cool beans! A few cheap meals will help make up for all the overages during happy ...
... a river canyon. Here you could jump off the top of the river canyon into the narrow river below. I was too scared to jump off and instead settled for the lower jump. Shaun, of course had no fear and jumped straight away. The river was super clear and very deep at points. Not being a weekend the canyon was very relaxing with very few people. A girl from the hostel, Fannie, hung out with us for the day which was nice. That evening we enjoyed another family meal and had some ...
... bird and mist above the trees.
Back in Boquete, I went to the supermarket and got supplies for a light supper and for the bus ride to Panama City tomorrow. I got such treats as a Panamian version of pot noodles, a tuna salad, biscuits and 2 green apples. I bought a couple of beers for a buck too as it is way cheaper to do so than to get beers anywhere else. Later, I watched Revolutionary Road again with a few people and Rambo for fun, before turning in.
... are grown in this region but fields are also given over for strawberries. Thanks to the big green houses, strawberries are grown year round although the winter season's (Panamanians consider rainy season, European summer, their winter though it is warmer) are used for making 'products' as opposed to having a dollop of cream on them before serving. Some Colombians have recently invested in the fertile land for growing high grade roses that will be exported back to their homeland.