- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Meningie's Waterfront Motel
Travel Blogs from Bocas Town
... The sky was cloudy and there was no moon to provide any light. I had noticed a few small cluster of clouds 16-20 miles away on the radar. I didn't think much of it and turned on my headset and jammed to my 80's music collection. As the night continued the rain clouds grew in size and the color on the radar was displaying bright red indicating a storm. The sky had an impressive light show FLASH! BOOM FLASH BOOM! I woke ...
... onto a water taxi to take us over to Isla Bastimentos. We pulled into the dock right outside of our cute hostel which looked very inviting with people lazing outside it in hammocks. We were told on check in that the electricity was down but they had a generator so we could still get a cold beer! Water was also limited due to it being the end of the dry season and it having not rained heavily for a while. Our whole stay was without electricity and with limited water which really ...
... the main island, meeting up with Heidi who was now staying here.
Overall, we enjoyed our time on Bocas Del Toro as we met some lovely people who we will see again on our travels up to Mexico. The weather was obviously a disappointment, especially when you see photos one day after you leave and its clear skies and brilliant sunshine, grrr!!! Oh well, we are determined to get our caribbean paradise island, next try Corn Islands, Nicaragua!
... feels like high above. I watch them circumnavigate the wreck, exploring the little nooks and crannies hidden to me on the surface. They move on and I follow them out to sea, taking great satisfaction playing in the bubbles rising from their regulators. Soon the seafloor disappears completely from view and the divers too eventually fade away. I'm alone in a world that's completely and totally blue, save for five air columns meandering up through the ocean from some ...
... accent so when I speak English they all look so confused. Carlos, my teacher this week, speaks limited English and my accent is not helping communication matters. Instead, Dunja, a Swiss girl has to translate my English for him. I try *********est, I just don't know how to say words in a none northern way. Carlos also enjoys that I am called Jess, similar to the word yes. And likes to say 'yes Jess' often. Also, I have adopted two new names, ...