Bahia Pinorroa Lodge
Travel Blogs from Capurgana
... the road at 4pm.
A turnaround even Michael O'Leary would be happy with.
Cathal ran off to get some snacks before we left, leaving me to be harassed by the driver and his cronies for holding everyone up!
With his chicken snack box and sweets purchased, we were back on board and on the road, or dirt track to be more specific.
This was a long, bumby, teeth knocking journey.
Another first sight was had, a guy carrying a bicycle on ...
... Eventually we were fed the standard overly salty eggs but hey, its food, can’t complain. Even if it cost us $5. Pricy for Panama really, especially when you’re in the Darien Gap!
After breakfast we were all planning on climbing up the hill, where the boys had gone to get rum yesterday, and walk down into Colombia. However although there were a beautiful set of steps on the Panama side there was a dirt hill on the other. Also if you don’t ...
... good at start. But within half an hour of talking he tried to sell me bookes he stole from our hostle the night before. Including an isareli scrapbook for Israeli backpackers, that i myself contributed the night before. I was ****** off with him and ignored hin the rest of the trip.
At Turbo, Jorge my Hunduras mate and 3 other german friends looked around for the ceapest bus to Medellin. With in an hour of walking around the super messy and over ...
... Antioquia Department in Colombia. It is the last port of Colombia to cross the border to Panamá by boat.
The boats leave in the morning at 8:00 to 10:00 from the port of Turbo.
When I got to Acandí I felt in my home, because people received me with a big smile. I saw that there were many people waiting for their relatives and friends as also I saw a transport that ...
... in progress but only so much can be done at a time. All help is always welcomed there. We had dinner back in the town, the first of many nights to come where the options were chicken and rice or fish and rice. But it was great to sit down as a whole group at last and talk to one another over dinner. Later heading back to the Honey Project where some people headed off to bed, and others sat out under the starry sky around a bonfire, drinking and talking some ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility