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... of the town. IT was just fun to walk up and down the streets. Most bars were surfer bars, with people relaxing, watching world cup, drinking smoothies. Every shop was locally owned, with cute, unique items, some handmade. The restaurants, some cheap, some expensive, featured classic menus of fish and burgers, and one grocery store was like a little tiny trader Joe's with strange, interesting, all organic, all natural foods. Walking down the street ...
The return was timed to perfection from David's point of view, the Netherlands-Spain game was just starting and they had it on TV. While the football was on, Maria went swimming with Erika's kids and had to get life vest to float on so they wouldn't drown her.
After the game, and very good game at that, David and Daniel went for jungle walk. We were told to put shoes and long pants on "because you are really going in ...
... leaked and Greg got very aggravated. The boat came back to pick us up after 2 hours and we ventured back to the room. We showered and went to dinner at a place called La Buga. They had a seafood pasta special which had squid, conk and shrimp. It was a penne dish in a red sauce, everything else minus the shrimp. It was out of the world. Greg finished up what I couldn't. After dinner we went back to the room and rested for the ...
... located not more than 2 - 4 meters off the beach and could admire them through the crystal clear waters. Unfortunately not all tourist there (won’t mentioned nationalities) respected the marine life here, but instead picked them up, out of the water and took pictures with them as if they were cute flurry farm animals, even placing them on their heads (for what reason I don’t know). I couldn’t stand it and told them to stop touching the star fish and was ...
... could see the colour changes in the shallow reefs.
We had to motor sail as the wind died then increased and was on the nose then. Suddenly the engine died. Fuel. We'd forgotten to switch tanks. Tony and Joe went to bleed the air from the fuel, whilst Fred and I tried to keep the boat sailing in the little wind and counter current.
After two attempts and switching from the manual to the electric fuel pump, we were off again.
We were heading for Bocas Del Toro, 35nm ...