Garden of Eden Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... before we finish travelling through here! Luckily the next morning it was blue skies again so we hopped on our bikes and rode to the next few beaches and checked out the island. It was a beautiful morning, but the ocean was too dangerous to hop in and we needed to get on the move again (Panama is way too expensive for us!), so we checked out of our little cabana and headed over the border to Costa ...
Today we rented a kayak and went to a hidden beach on another island! We then hiked up to a place called Up in the Hill on Bastimentos for the "best brownie in Panama" and then had some free time at the hostel. The power was also restored to the island so we now have AC so hopefully we can sleep ...
It's incredible how the weather affects us. It takes things right out of our control and shows us that even the best plans have to change. Bocas del Toro, a group of islands off the north Caribbean coast of Panama should be a beautiful relaxing resort, however when it rains things to do are seriously limited. Maybe I'm generalising, the locals we spoke to are used to it and carry on regardless of the weather. I was staying ...
The bus journey to Almirante, the port where we got a boat to Bocas Del Toro, did not make us feel hopeful. It rained heavily the whole way, however, when we arrived at the port the rain stopped and we were greeted by the sun as we travelled across the calm, clear caribe sea to get to our accommodation. Bambuda Lodge, our accommodation for the next 5 days was amazing. A big wooden structure perched on the edge of the jungle, overlooking the ocean, a ...
... tip?'. I just laugh at him. He was kidding thinking he gets a tip for walking our bag one step for us, Leesh is not impressed with his attempt at all. We sit back and enjoy the half hour ride across the water to Bocas and we unload the boat, grab our bags and head to our hostel. We arrive and are greeted by a stack of backpacks piled up at the front and the American bloke who's in charge informs us the rooms aren't quite ready as they had some kids there who didn't know how ...