Islas Secas Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Panama border and we did not have the exit stamps or permits from Costa Rica so back we have to go. The bikes have to be turned round in between trucks up curbs no easy fully loaded. The fixer from Panama stayed with us and showed us were to pay for our exit stamp. At immigration they wanted us to pay again 30 minutes of arguing finally they give us the stamps. ...
... last. The country, not the city: we still had over 630 km to go when we crossed the old bridge from Costa Rica into Panama. And I had studied a few times the elevation chart showing the big mound of the Continental Divide and the over 6500 feet of climbing that we would have to do to get from the Caribbean side over to the Pacific and the Panamerican Highway. But first we were headed for a few days of rest in Bocas del Toro, an archipelago of small Caribbean islands, a short ...
... for sale. I have felt like if we didn't get some feel for the local culture on this trip, it would be lacking, and we have felt pretty good about that aspect of it, but the trip to the IHS Mission really gave us a good dose. Wendy has done a great job of getting pictures uploaded, and I think she'll have some on of the mission tour soon. I think it is one of the highlights of my time here. Gotta go - more relaxing to do! Missing you, family, but loving this ...
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... the property, run the wrong way. After living in the national park of Guayabo with it's own national archaeological site and the care and expense that's taken to preserve it, it seems like madness that the many artefacts here are stored in an unlocked outhouse and the local hydroelectrical damn work unearthed (and destroyed) many more. Amazing though too, that sites like this may exist the world over - there's still more to explore! So a week after I arrived ...