Garden of Eden Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Isla Solarte
... than the reggaeton started and the houses spilled out onto the waterfronts all higgledy piggledy and brightly coloured. On the day we arrived it wasn't raining, so we walked the path to Wizard Beach. This path was so muddy, we walked it in bare feet- the whole way telling ourselves 'people pay for mud treatments'. Once we got to Wizard Beach it was beautiful. Aside from the three of us who'd gone together, there were only ...
... and then started walking towards a 4-kilometer stretch of sand called Playa Bluff. You can't swim there because of the rip currents but the guidebook said it was a beautiful place. It took a good forty minutes for us to reach it on foot. We could have been a little quicker but we kept stopping to take in the scenery. About half way through we saw a young couple looking up a hill pretty intently. We had been passing some really amazing houses so I thought ...
... first week in Bocas in the town of Old Bank on island Bastimentos. Georgia was sharing a house with a local boat driver that was built over the water, and had a brilliant deck from which to watch the world go by. We spent the first week hanging out at Georgia’s house, exploring the islands nearby, filming surf and getting to know people in the local community while looking for a subject to film. One ...
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 ...
Well a rough sleep for the two of us has started us in average fashion for a long day of waiting before transfer. Our bus to Panama City leaves from the Bocas water marine at 1700 and takes roughly 12 hours from there to Panama City via water taxi, taxi and bus. Leesh is not well again with fevers and what we think is another bout of food poisoning, not having much luck. She doesn't get much sleep tossing and turning, needing medication and toilet breaks during the ...