Garden of Eden Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... However I did see something I have never seen before - a slipper lobster! I wasn't desperate to see one of those. But even after over 1,000 dives it's nice to see something new! The air fills of the tanks were not good. The air was slightly oily and tasted horrible - usually when a compressor filter has not been changed. I told the dive centre and they weren't bothered at all. Oh well. So overall I wasn't too impressed. ...
... 18 - Panama The scenery was really similar here - banana plantations, small villages and forests. We drove for about half an hour before stopping at a small dock at Almirante. From here we are catching a boat taxi across to Bocas del Toro. The little water village was cute - small wooden houses on stilts, people in small rowing boats and children waving to us. The crossing began quite smoothly, then became rather choppy. And we got rather wet. It ...
... swings and trampolins from which you can jump in the water. But at night it s just a mess...drunken people and loud techno/electro music....not my style... Next morning hurt a lot!! ouch! The last beer must have been bad!! So what else to do than chilling on the beach! Starfish beach. Going there was a kind of adventure, the minibus leaving at bocas - a bus for 9 people- left with 12 people in ...
We knew we were staying in the hostel that was being renovated, that's why it was a little cheaper, however work started around 6am in the morning right outside our door! A coupe of hours later we got up and packed our things and headed to the bus stop around the corner from out hostel. The bus journey last about 1h30 dropping us off at the border, a town called Sixola, were we had pay $8 as an exiting fee/tax to be able to get ...
... and ties were missing, broken or rotten. A perilous walk across the Sixaola River, with a 40 foot drop. A few missteps and one could be done for. Needless to say, many had done it before us and many will follow. Apparently until last year trucks and cars also drove across the bridge, but a new steel bridge has been built to withstand the constant strain of traffic. Thank goodness it can still be used by pedestrians!!! A walk down a steep embankment and we are ...