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- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Marita Boquete
This place is like Switzerland!! Views in every direction. Cooler temps in the 70's during the day this time of year. Misty and cooler in the later afternoons. Clear skies at night. This place costs around $65 per night including a good buffet breakfast. The star of the hotel is a Toucan bird named Toucky. He has the run of the place, both indoors and outdoors. You can see from the pics that he likes to pose. He is worse than Trey. ;)
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... known as nagua - there were several women around the town in these dresses! We headed out for dinner at 7pm and it was cold!! Not tropical up here in the hills! I shared some nachos and quesadillas - I haven't had much typical Central American food! Then after dinner we went to a pool bar. 7 pool tables and totally deserted! I only wanted to spectate but was forced to join in and ended up beating one of the boys - not bad for a ...
... so we stuck around for food and fellowship. We were invited to the home of a Canadian couple for the afternoon. We had great conversation for the rest of the day and into the evening. It was such an encouragement to be around believers, a privilege we had not experienced since we parted with the team in Nicaragua. We made some great contacts and enjoyed the town very much. It was a place we could live in the long term. Boquete and its believers will not be forgotten. ...
... day job was boss of the launch boats in the port. After a while we motored (no sailing allowed) towards the Gatun locks. Just before the locks we rafted up with two other yachts, one of which was owned by a couple of Kiwis. Once in formation we motored into the lock. We were one of the outside boats so we had to handle the lines between us and the guys on the canal walls. Our job was to keep the lines taut. This wasn't too strenuous to ...
... who traveled with us on the first leg of the trip but couldn't make it all the way to the end of this leg so he has tagged along but is leaving in Boquete. I'm not sure where the other two people came from or how long they will be with us. The water taxi ride started well, it was tight but I was comfortably seated in the back corner. About halfway we could see a small boat with a family on it flagging us down like they were in distress. We ...
We left Bocas really early since Tanya & Ralph had to catch an early flight out of Bocas. With lots of hugs and goodbyes, we parted ways, and Erich and I headed out to find some food before making the journey back to Lost and Found for one more week. Our trip back was pretty uneventful, we met a really nice German girl on the bus who seemed to have an amazing set up of working as a flight attendant for half of the year, and backpacking around the world for ...