Cabanas de Playa Gorgona
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... simply nailed it!
After taking an unforgettable hot shower we were ready to have lunch. We found a nice local place right behind the corner (on the main street, near Reggaeland) and paid USD 4 for a huge main dish (rice, lentil, beef or chicken and vegetable). In the afternoon we walked around Bocas Town for a couple of hours, just to get to know the place that was going to be our headquarters for a few upcoming days.
Bocas del Toro or Bocas Town is a small ...
... instructions for the following morning. I had to meet his friend ‘Cholo’ at 6.15am – he actually verified this with him on the phone on loudspeaker – at the dock next to the Chinese supermarket. There’ he’d give me my ticket and take me over to the main island by boat. I was dubious, but to his credit, he pulled it all out of the bag and everything went according to plan the next morning. On to Panama City, in preparation for the San Blas ...
... pool and went to the jungle and saw a village inside a crater on a volcano. We also saw a parade in that village which was really cool because they were 6 year olds dressed really fancily as parrots. (OMG SO ADORABLE!!! sorry this is Ms. Allen interjecting) My favorite part was teh beach because playing in the waves was really fun.
First, my favorite part was the beach. Itw as fun because me, Eduardo, and Fergus ...
... Instantly I was settled and though very dehydrated I had survived. Petra who had been dozong on deck as was Manfred on the 4 hour watch rotations, set about preparing breakfast for us all. It was clear others had been unsettled and nauseous but I was the only one really sick. Breakfast was granola, fruit and coffee and all really really yummy . We had anchored in a very protected area between 2 islands in the San blas group and we had anchored along with about 15 other ...
We had the week of Carnaval off. It was a week where I spent a lot of it on. I was at school 3 days this week. Working. With recent events at work I was in a bit of a funk until Thursday afternoon. Luckily in my brilliant and more positive moments last week I made plans to go to Coronado for the end of the week. I booked with the Villa Lilimar hostel again and I was excited. I really debated when to go out of town during our week off but my principal kind of made me nervous ...