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... t sure what they look like), waited for three hours while our desperate hopes of sleep were dashed by the shrieks of a malfunctioning fire alarm panel, and finally flew on a second plane to Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro where we are staying. It sounds pretty darn terrible but we quickly decided it was all worth it. The change in planes was pretty fun too; our first plane from Florida was brand new and transported people like mistreated cattle while the second plane was held in the ...
... in one container haha. Don't shake your head Mum. It's actually not too bad. The peanut butter over here is much sweeter as was the bread but still not a bad touch and saves me carrying a container of peanut butter and a container of jam and time spreading it on the sandwich. Wins all round. Everybody finishes their lunch and we board the boat to make the trip back to base. On the way, we stop into this secluded bit of land and see four or five sloths just chilling in the trees ...
... not mean to be surfing here I think, back to the apartment, roll for lunch, bike ride to Puki Point for a look see, chill out for a couple of hours, back into town for Mexican, Rum Runners, great good, amazing Margaritas, call it a night, Christmas Eve in Australia, up to call the Family, Luke up and at it surfing, ride bikes to Paki Point again, chill for the morning/early arvo, back to town, book the boat cruise for Christmas Day, take the surfboards back, shopping for ...
Think still raining when woke up so had a lazy morning in bed. Was also sick again and had the ***** so didn't have breakfast. Then Ivo karin (Dutch girl in room) and I walked to the local beach. Not a great beach but it had a peer so we chilled in there but they were speaking Dutch so I just put my iPod on. But then it started to rain again so walked back. Got some chips from golden grill and seemed to go down ok. Then chilled out at hostel for a while. ...
... Fruit company in the early 20th century. We are staying in a traditional house right next to a colourful park - Parque Simon Bolivar. We dropped our bags, then went out for a walk. The Main Street was wide and touristy - cafes, restaurants, juice stands, supermarkets and dive shops. We bought some falafel pitta breads from one of the food stands - $5 and really tasty! Then went to book some trips for the following couple of days. For the rest of ...