They say all good things must come to an end. Most of the time I choose to disagree, but in the case of Bocas del Toro, I get it. Bocas was gorgeous and fun, and even adventurous at times, but it ain't no Boquete. Allow me to demonstrate...
Saturday morning breakfast: huevos revueltos y tostados con jugo naranja.
Wake up call: 8 a.m. Morning thoughts: Exhausted with a chance of hangover.
Early rise purpose: Full-day boat ride involving dolphin watching, the islands of Zapallar, and snorkeling.
Down time: 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. for showers and a nap.
The Happiest Hour & Jungle Party: Panama, face paint, worldly friends.
Nighttime peak: 3 a.m.
Walk home snack: beef and vegetable kabob.
Nestled in the mountains, between the Caldera River and Baru Volcano, Boquete has a temperate climate, beautiful flowers, multiple coffee plantations and endless opportunities for outdoor activities. It's no wonder it's also one of the top international retirement havens ;). Talk about relaxation! Until next time, besos.