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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a tourist resort on the southern tip of Colon Island belonging to the Bocas del Toro Archipelago in the Caribbean Sea. It has a population of approx. 13,000 inhabitants. Honestly there is not much to do in Bocas del Toro and it serves as a useful base for most travelers who want to get to know the nearby beaches and neighboring islands. Bocas Town has a wide range of hotels, restaurants and supermarkets (all of them run by hardworking Chinese families). It has a relaxing ...
After a pretty broken nights sleep at Costa Rica Backpackers in San Jose - mainly due to a load of people getting up early for buses, and in part due to a young local lad repeatedly coming into the dorm and turning the lights on - I got on the bus for Bocas Del Toro at 9am. The border was a funny one; paying lots of money to the Costa Rican officials for the pleasure of staying there for one night, and bring quizzed about my onward destination at the Panama side ...
... that was used a long long time ago and there were petrolyphs there that was cool. Over all today was AWESOME! Today for lunch I had fish. A whole fish. Even with the eyes. Surprisingly, it was very good.
One of the many fun things that we did was mud facials. As we arrive din the parking lot the first thing we saw was a trail of leaf-cutting ants. According to our tour guide there are many insects native to ...
... had been doing this since he was little. When we rode the boat through the crashing waves at high speeds, he stood in the front of the boat, barely holding on. When we went snorkeling, he would surface dive and touch fish. When we went to starfish island he would do front flips jumping out of 1 foot standing water. He also could climb pretty much any palm tree presented. He was terrified of dogs as well, but we will get there.
We were ...
... at the horizon willing myself to be settled. By 7am I took some stemetil that I had in my pack but knowing it is specifically only an antiemetic but not for seasickness I was vaguely hopeful it would work if I could keep it down for 45minutes. I lasted 40 minutes before with exhaustion I had to lie down. Lucky for us our little area had a handbasin in it and this is what I gripped and had my head in repeatedly between fitful dozes till around 10am when we stopped moving ...