Cabanas de Playa Gorgona
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the sea was getting rougher and we even had a hard time getting off the boat on the island.
The Zapatillas Cays are considered to be the most beautiful islands of the Bocas del Toro Archipelago: pristine white sand beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters and some of Panama´s most attractive coral reefs. Some say the Zapatillas Cays received their name from their shape resembling a pair of running shoes (“zapatillas” in Spanish). There are two ...
... with AC, cable TV, and real hot water showers!
We set up a trip to go deepboarding but due to the rain, we had to pass. I can see why others like Bocas. There are plenty of activities, restaurants, and places to stay. There is even a brewery on the island which we sampled. We also walked to the nearby beaches when it was not storming and enjoyed a lot of local restaurants and cafes.
The water ...
... que pararnos cuando las olas nos pagaron. Cuando no más uno era parado, el ganó.
At the beach I had found shells (almost drowned) ((Ms. Allen here... Elena is a drama queen much like me... I think this might be a slight exaggeration)) and the water was quite cold. It was also really salty. I got a scraped knee from sand and burned my feet off. The jungle walk was fun. We saw waterfalls and trees. I saw hyroglifics ...
... fish. We also saw some large rays as well. We had lunch on board of fresh bread and salad and after a rest on deck we went over to the inhabited island and as it was so small walked around it fully in 20 minutes and sat and had a drink of fresh coconut. The palm island is home to the Cuna people who are indigenous to the islands. The only produce of the islands are coconuts which for a long time were currency for trading. Otherwise the people fish.They live very simply ...
... It felt very safe now though and with its great restaurants and bars the only danger was death by chocolate, or perhaps a tequila suicide.
Pareira - this was in the Zona Cafeteria, the coffee producing region, and we spent a happy afternoon on a coffee farm and did some tasting. I got the right evils when I told them I liked freeze dried coffee.
Salento - a bumpy bus ride away was the tiny town of Salento where for the first time we got both barrels of the ...