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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... There was no electricity, roads, or neighbors anywhere in sight. We ate mostly from the land. Mangos, lemons, plantains, coconuts, spinach, papaya, guanabana, cherries, almonds, yucca, and more were growing on the property. To drink we made tea from ginger, lemongrass, and other herbs from the garden. If we wanted anything from town we had to time the trip just right as we couldn't cross the ...
After a quick breakfast we left El Valle and headed for the coastal village of Pedasi. The road pass through some pretty unimpressive towns, certainly Penenome and Chitre have little to commend them. We stopped for a quick lunch in Las Tablas, a much nicer place although the restaurants would not win any awards, except how to crucify ...
... the "Poor Person Market" to pick up some groceries and witness to the farmers and government workers. When I say "Poor Person Market", I don't mean any disrespect as I myself shop there for all of my produce needs as well. This special bi-weekly market is held semi-outdoors and allows the farmers who live too far out to maintain a daily or weekly stall and opportunity to sell their produce. It is also the time when the government rice provisions are ...
... west until we saw the Farallon sign. We turned and drove the couple of kilometers to the beach town of Farallon. We located the Togo B&B and talked to Gordon the owner. It was only 11 AM and we didn’t expect the room to be ready---and it wasn’t. Gordon said it would be by 1 PM. We chatted for a while about things to see and then drove off.
We first explored Farallon, which was home at one time to a Panamanian military base, the remnants of which can still ...
... where the roads are literally vertical. More then once we turned a sharp corner and hung over a cliff in the back before all four wheels were back on the ground. No only that but while standing you constantly have to veer left/ right and squat to miss branches flying at you face. It felt like we were playing a live action video game lol. Oh and to add another level of intensity to the already life threatening expedition, did I ...