Villa Marina Retreat

Address: Playa Venao, Pedasi, Panama | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Playa Venao, Pedasi.
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    Travel Blogs from Pedasi

    The Tranquil Town on the Coast

    A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Aug 14, 2014

    ... that's what we've been doing in the tiny, sleepy fishing town on Panama's Azuro Peninsula. The book is called Come Talk With Me: Developing the Skill of Communicating with God, by Buddy Westbrook. Please remember us in your prayers as we work through the book. We view this not just as an opportunity for growth, but to move on to the next level of maturity in our faiths. ...

    All quiet on the beachfront

    A travel blog entry by pkg on Apr 16, 2013

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    ... are new roads everywhere – the tarmac still dark and black, the white lines pristine. But it seems the boom may have already turned to bust – it is quiet here, very quiet. Many of the hotels are for sale, the building lots are empty – the banks have already re-possessed many of the new developments. An American lady we met who lives here on one of the gated communities told us that ...

    Jovens Preguntas ( Young People Ask)

    A travel blog entry by comeasyouare on Oct 10, 2012

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    Today I headed to Vista Hermosa to visit a 14 year old Bible student named Yenifer.

    Her family doesn´t use sign language, despite the fact that both she and her 18 year old brother are deaf. That being said, she struggles with feelings of distance from her parents and today´s study was especially touching as we divided our time between the Bible Teach Book & the Young People Ask Vol. 1.

    Given the choice to start anywhere ...

    Incredible Isla Iguana

    A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Jul 20, 2011

    7 photos

    ... as well as fish that camouflaged perfectly with the rocks, hiding under rocks or pretending to be one when they were frightened. Marcia, Rick, and I ventured out together, finding a sort of "hole". Here there were so many fish feeding (and ********) and cruising around. It was awesome. In the hours we were there, I went out four times, each time mesmerized by the waters, teeming with life.

    Around 3 in the afternoon, we packed up, deciding to head back as ...

    " Welcome to the Jungle, we´ve got fun and games"

    A travel blog entry by comeasyouare on Mar 07, 2011

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    ... local brother who taught himself English. He was pretty awesome, except for the fact he was used to how rugged the terrain is, so he was running up paths between houses while I was literally dying every step.

    One really cool thing was we learned how the brothers communicate where they are and where they will be heading by leaving signs and markers along the way. You have to understand that with such a large group of us, and factoring in being invited to stay for ...