Islas Secas Resort

Islas Secas Archipelago, Chiriqui, Panama | Resort
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This resort, located on Islas Secas Archipelago, Chiriqui, is near Cerro Hoya National Park and Sarigua National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiriqui

    "Oh, how beautiful is Panama"

    A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on May 07, 2014

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    ... Colon and let a different motor do the work for a change.

    We got a spacious and wood-floored room at the popular Hostal Hansi, a German-owned hostel in Bocas Town. Hostal Hansi featured hand-written signs on almost every wall about things that were not allowed—no “cloths” washing, no guests inside or outside, no cooking for your friends, no talking loud after 10 p.m., etc, etc—but this made it a comfortable and peaceful place for us, ...

    Boquete Panama Real Estate

    A travel blog entry by jump7napkin on Mar 25, 2014

    Panama Connection Real Estate is a full-service, Boquete Panama Real Estate offering you expertise in the marketing and sale of properties. Whether you wish to buy or sell residential homes, farms, land lots, commercial or investment properties, such as hotels and land developments, we can ...

    Detox time

    A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Sep 25, 2013

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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 ...

    Back on the bus

    A travel blog entry by thespeck on Mar 11, 2013

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    ... unpleasant flavor. Some countries sell the fruit, make juice and wine from it etc. In Panama they just wait for the fruit to fall off the tree and then allow cattle to eat the fallen fruit, because of the poison the cows eat the fruit and leave the nut which then is raked, baked, shelled, and roasted. Then we saw sugar cane fields... And the factory that processes the sugarcane... And we saw files of onions... And fields of shrimp farms... And rice fields and the ...

    From Sea to Sea and back

    A travel blog entry by simplifie1 on Feb 20, 2013

    4 comments

    Day 10 of vacation, I think. Dropped Tami and Dean off yesterday after what now feels like a whirlwind. After late Saturday night arrival in PC, spent the early hours of Sun morning at a casino where Dean and I both won, despite the free rum and cokes.. Jumped on a plane to Bocas Del Toro in the northwest corner of Panama Sun morn and headed to Playa Bluff Resort on the Caribbean Sea. Great place along a stretch of empty quiet ...