Hotel Vista Mar

Ave. North and 5th Street, Bocas Town, Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro, Panama | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bocas Town

Shooting the Gap with the turtles

A travel blog entry by colin

37

... this boat ride see note 10)

Capurganá is only accessible by boat or (small) plane, though most arrive by boat. The airport is rather small, but does have its very own abandoned plane, not sure if it belonged to a narco or not but it did have the UN logo on it, but that could have been faked. There are no cars, but I did see a tractor and 2 or 3 motorbikes and lots of bicycles and a few horse-drawn carts. We were in a small area ...

Saving the world

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures

33

... They also help out with education at the local primary school, and other social development projects. They are able to change farming practices by example. Take for instance, composting loos. These are toilets I've sometimes seen back home, where your... ah.... waste, goes directly into a bucket or a hole, and is covered by a layer of sawdust after each..... waste deposit. Once the bucket is full, it can be left to do its thing for about 6 months, then it's ready ...

Adios Costa Rica, hola Panama

A travel blog entry by mini_v

11

Back on the chicken bus to the Costa Rica - Panama border, only around 2hrs so didn't have to worry about toilet stops phew!

My last border crossing of the trip hooray and by far the most memorable! Each one with our own luggage, we had to go through - did not get asked for money getting out of Costa Rica, that was lucky! We then had to walk 1km along the dodgiest creakiest bridge to get ...

Rain and Fishies Everywhere

A travel blog entry by deni367

25

... for a while again after San Blas fell through, but it was still a good place to relax (when I wasn't being bitten). We had a really fun night out on the town. We started at a bar/hostel which had a good bar atmosphere with weird shots like Suicide Tequila, or a Gecko shot where you take a shot of tequila followed by eating a Gecko. After a few normal drinks, we took a water taxi and ended up in Aqua Lounge, a ...

The Panama Canal

A travel blog entry by tofor85

45

... moment. Also, the spectacular sight of one the most impressive cityscape skylines Ive ever seen in Panama City. Not what I expected, but truly a hidden gem, and city I will have to return to explore. Miami was impressive, but this was even more so from the sea, bigger and grander. What a day really. I only wish we could have had a day stop here, either to explore the jungle, or the grand city of Panama City. Definitely a place to mark for a return ...

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This hotel, located on Ave. North and 5th Street, Bocas Town, is near Gatun Locks, Fort San Lorenzo, Isla Grande, and Panama Canal Railway.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent