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... unsubjugated Tainos who were beginning to rebel against the Spanish. Anacaona was subsequently hung in a public square in Santo Domingo. Parque Colon , is of course a main attraction to the locals and tourist .It's a very festive site , with tons of ...
A Travel Blog entry by jorgefstevens from Parque Nacional El Palmar, Entre Ríos, Argentina
... guiados en bicicleta. Centro de visitantes Aquí se encuentra una exposición didáctica sobre la naturaleza y la historia del parque, que resulta fundamental para comprender los valores del área. También funciona en este lugar un centro de ...
A Travel Blog entry by nancydeb from Bocas Town, Panama
... with fish swimming about. The sign said "Swim at your own risk. Everything cut you." I still think the Hotel Parque where we stayed had the best drinking spot, with its fantastic upstairs veranda overlooking the central park. ...
A Travel Blog entry by ccheng from Bocas Town, Bocas del Toro, Panama
... trempolin with their martinis in hand. The next day, I decided to take the mini-van that departs from in front of Parque Simón Bolivar to the other side of the island, Bocas del Drago. A 30-minute ride. Upon arrival, I headed for the ...
A Travel Blog entry by nick-heather5 from Bocas Town, Bocas del Toro, Panama
We arrived two days ago on the beautiful Caribbean island of Colon, Bocas del Toro, Panama. And we made it in less than 10 hours, much to everyone's surprise. The trip along the Caribbean costal canals of Costa Rica and down across the ...
A Travel Blog entry by daria_juergen from Bocas del Toro, Bocas del Toro, Panama
... ;I think there are probably much better beaches around the islands, but if you’re a bit lazy and want to stay on Isla Colon this is definitely worth seeing. However the next day we had a bit more energy and decided to have a longer trip to another ...
A Travel Blog entry by squonk2000 from Parque Nacional El Palmar, Entre Ríos, Argentina
It wasn't so easy to hitchhike there, but after more than an hour, a family took me to the National Park entrance. I entered the park, but I didn’t know that the path inside of it wasn’t prepared to be walked. Luckily the truck which provided ...
A Travel Blog entry by manueljose from Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
... debajo de un teleférico... desnuda! Jajaja. Pero bueno, ya va viendo uno cómo es la cultura. Salimos a caminar por el parque, con muchos árboles de colores otoñales, pasamos por un mercadito dominguero y nos devolvimos en el teleférico para ir a la ...
A Travel Blog entry by k0k0m0 from Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
... mucho más que hacer. Decidí revelar un rollo de fotos y como no había comido nada desde el desayuno me fui a merendar a un parque que está enfrente, cruzando el río Rhin, y que tiene una muy bonita vista de la Dom. Recuerdo que tuve que ir de ...
A Travel Blog entry by nigelball from Parque Nacional El Palmar, Argentina
Unfortunately the road from Colon to the National Park was of the busy, belorried variety, much like the infamous road into Cordoba, although this time, thank goodness, there was an emergency lane to the side of the road for both my convenience and that ...
A Travel Blog entry by kyleandfran from Parque Tayrona, Colombia
... big bundles of fruit on their heads. Bocas del Toro is actually a string of islands, but we only went to the largest, Isla Colon. It was rainy for the duration of our stay, so lots of time was spent reading and drinking hot chocolate. We managed to ...
A Travel Blog entry by lisan from Bocas del Toro, Bocas del Toro, Panama
... . Een interview gehad in Boquete, van de rest nog niets gehoord. Binnenkort moet ik mijn fieldtrip naar de WEKSO ecolodge in Parque Nacional La Amistad (nationaal park de vriendschap) eens gaan doen. Voor de rest ben ik vooral aan het wachten op een ...
A Travel Blog entry by fambissig from Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina
... end up eyeing an invitation for them to Switzerland, what a blast that would be ! In the evening we go to Teatro Colon. The Teatro Colon has been refurbished to ancient glory over the past years, and now presents in full splendour. Arguably one of the ...
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Our last day in Merida and we decided to take it easy as the temperatures soared into the 90's again, quickly draining our energy. We walked through a new neighborhood, zigzagging our way to the Parquet de Las Americas. Here the homes had larger pieces ...
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