Travel Blogs from Boquete
... just metres back from the water. We guessed that had it been a
weekend the place would have been packed out with local people enjoying some
sea food and having a ball on the beach. But this was mid-week and the place
was virtually deserted. We found a sort of rustic eating place set a bit
further back from the palapas, its owner in residence who kindly allowed us to
use his toilet, the only one on the beach! So without further ado we set up
camp just behind the ...
After a nice time on the beach we decided to do something different and went to Boquete, a village in Chiriqui province, in the Pacific West of Panama. It is a cozy village which is known as the "Valley of the Flowers". Boquete shares some of the same mountain ranges with Costa Rica, as well as, some of the incredible wildlife and ...
... have to save that it is coping with loneliness. While the ministry is fantastic and I wouldn't trade it for anything, it's not possible to preach 24/7. During the hours spent at home, it's easy to become bored and/or lonely fairly fast.
I try to counteract this by inviting a different family over for supper once a week. I also covered my walls with pictures of family and friends to make my house feel more like a home. I try to keep in ...
... underway so these won't be around in a couple of years.
Here are some pics, video exists if I can ever figure out how to edit it together from this new camera. The fuzzy red fruits were offered at the take-out.
... Queva and I still kept our name on the list to go, the trip got cancelled as everyone else got the same idea as Craig.
Queva and I went for a walk through town and ended up bumping into Lynda and Fleur so we went for a quick cola with them and showed them back to our hostel so they could look at the trips, which were a lot cheaper than any other hostel in town. We'd already booked our shuttle to ...