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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and you got the sense that it would be a lot more beautiful if the sun ever came out. The island is known for having an abundance of tiny red frogs which are poisonous. We also saw a lot of huge, orange starfish in the shallows and at one point a stingray swam right up to Dayna. There are several smaller islands surrounding Isla Colon (the main island) but after a week of waiting on the weather, we were ready to move on.
Next stop Panama ...
... different plants. Also, at the beach I saw a helpless pelecan with green wrap around its beak. I yelled "LET ME SAVE YOU! YOU HELPLESS BIRD!"
After an hour and a half long bus ride we arrived at a small street fair. There was a world cup themed float as well as tow others that played live music. We saw many musicians and a trumpet player who had a small monkey with him. After that , we went on a walk through ...
... roofed huts and have to bring in water from the mainland when it is dry season as there is no natural supplies.The community of islands is self governing and pay no taxes to the Colombian government despite it being a territory of the country. Nevertheless there is a generator and cable tv and mobile reception out here in the middle of the ocean. These islands are like out of an episode of Gilligan's Island, palm covered and tiny islands dotted throughout the sea surrounded ...
... market in the town. This was one of my favorite parts. I love going to markets, even If I dont buy anything. Its just fun to walk around, meet people , see all the beautiful things they have made. People are incredible you know.
After this, we wended the day with lunch. We were originally going to go to the zoo, but one of the girls got sick, so we decided to go home. Lunch was SO GOOD. I cannot explain to you how ...
... the San Blas Islands stopping on remote islands to sleep in hammocks. The islands which are a kind of autonomous territory of the Kuna tribe who were almost all very welcoming and friendly and don't seem to have become tourist-jaded yet (in the South at least - we heard different stories about northern islands). The islands themselves looked like they have been photoshopped - translucent blue water, golden sand and a few palm trees. One of the highlights was an evening trip to ...