Red Frog Bungalows
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Travel Blogs from Isla Bastimentos
... muffin and a smoothie while I had a bacon egg and cheese sandwich. We then headed across the street to the dock where we paid and waited for the crew to prepare the boat. The trip involved a full day sail on a catamaran around the islands with a few snorkel stops along the way. There was only 5 people on the trip, the two of us, Mandy who is from Holland and in our group, and a Lithuanian couple who we did not know. It was a pretty big boat for only 5 of us so there was lots of ...
... they're a lot faster than expected!) so we couldn't see the baby anymore. That's when an older gentlemen, one of the guys who runs a water taxi, came over to us and in our broken English and Spanish figured out what we were looking for, and told us to follow him. A bit apprehensive but eager to see sloths, we followed him, and about two minutes from where we were, in behind where all the water taxi drivers were sitting hanging out, there was a mama and baby ...
... Found from Almirante. Unfortunately, there was an accident just outside of Almirante and we ended up waiting in traffic for an extra two hours. Luckily we had left early enough that even with that big delay we managed to get back to L&F in time for our bar shift! *Overall our first trip to Bocas was quite uneventful, as we obviously didn't research or plan ahead enough. Next time we know where to go, and hopefully we'll get some snorkeling and diving in ...
... very fresh- red snapper, bass and melt in the mouth tuna. From Puerto Viejo we crossed the border into Panama which was another interesting experience. We were advised there would be an exit tax which had to be paid by credit card, not cash. We've learnt to expect the unexpected but were still very surprised to learn there was no exit charge the day we left, no one had any idea why but we didn't argue! Crossing the border after exiting Costa Rica ...
... making for an unpleasant start. But hey, will be getting wet shortly anyway. With the initial assistance of the iron spinnaker (engine), we made our way across to dolphin bay. Yes, the dolphins were there but so far away. Trying to time my shot to catch them fluking (about to dive with their tail in the air) ...