Pedasito Hotel

Address: Calle Agustin Moscoso, Pedasi, Panama | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Agustin Moscoso, Pedasi.
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Travel Blogs from Pedasi

Isla Iguana

A travel blog entry by bernd_koss on May 02, 2014

43 photos

Isla Iguana ist eine Insel und eib Naturschutzgebiet, das mit einer 20-minütigen Bootsfahrt von Playa El Arenal erreicht werden kann. Die 52 Hektar große Insel wird von einem umfangreichen Korallenriff umgeben, das von zwei pulverweichen weißen Sandstränden umgeben ist: Playa El Cirial (252 Meter lang) und Playita del Faro (37 Meter lang):

Fahrt nach Pedasi und die Strände

A travel blog entry by bernd_koss on May 01, 2014

23 photos

Pedasí ist eine Stadt an der südöstlichen Spitze der Halbinsel Azuero an Panamas Pazifikküste. Der Ort liegt im Pedasí District, in der Provinz Los Santos. Es ist hauptsächlich ein Fischerdorf mit einer Bevölkerung von etwa 2000 Menschen.

Pedasí Stadt rühmt sich eine öffentliche Klinik, zwei Banken, eine Bibliothek und eine Handvoll …

Just what I needed, beach time and rum

A travel blog entry by 13thlayer on Sep 08, 2013

5 comments, 14 photos

... watch people on the dance floor and even found myself attempting to dance to the almost undanceable music. I was happy when we left because I was beat.

I slept in on Sunday but soon decided to get up because I was hearing waves crashing. I ate some eggs for breakfast and then hit the ocean. The ocean was cleaner but not perfect. I stayed in the water doggedly trying to body surf and ended up tired and completely unsuccessful. I went back to ...

Incredible Isla Iguana

A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Jul 20, 2011

7 photos

... little pebbles, crawling around everywhere. Upon further inspection, there were these orangish purplish crabs as well, skittering around in their comical sideways walk. They were a dime a dozen. And you may be wondering if there were actually any iguanas. Yes, there were, but they were a minority group, their island overrun with nervous, neurotic little crabs.

The time quickly came to dive into the waters and snorkel. It very quickly became evident that this ...

Birthday turtle

A travel blog entry by helen-sean on May 28, 2010

6 photos

... on the presents front - a set of dominos from Bocas del Toro, a tin of black pepper, which should complement the tins of olive oil and anchovies I´ve been carrying around (don´t ask), and a hand painted quetzal picture from Costa Rica. The joys of being on the road.

Finally, its 10 o´clock and turtle time. Our guide, Jorge, basically tells us "No chance" - its the wrong time of year and turtles hate to lay on a full moon! ...