Monthly Archives: December 2010

Panama 2010 – Day 13

Day 13 – Thursday. This last day in Boquete started off VERY early for me. It was one of those nights when I wake up at 3am, unable to sleep. And let me tell you, being in a small, 2-room … Continue reading

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Panama 2010 – Day 12

Day 12, Wednesday.  The first thing that I did this morning was to step outside and check the weather. Couldn’t believe my eyes! Although it was misting early this morning, the wind was calm and the sun was coming out.  … Continue reading

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Panama 2010 – Day 11

Day 11, Tuesday. We had BIG plans for this day. We wanted to see all kinds of real estate options (lots, houses, small acreage tracts), see the local public gardens, perhaps tread a short way into the forests on a … Continue reading

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Panama 2010 – Day 10

Day 10, Monday.  Wow, what a wild stormy night. The wind howled, the trees swished around, and the rain pounded down ALL night! I noticed several times that the power had failed, but it came back on every time. We … Continue reading

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Panama 2010 – Day 9

Day 9, Sunday.  Today we left the Seagull Cove Inn to go to Boquete. We spent a little time this morning over breakfast visiting with Avril and Derekand admiring Scupper, their cat.  It was difficult to leave them as we … Continue reading

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Panama 2010 – Day 8

Day 8, Saturday. Christmas Day.  There aren’t any places prettier than where we are today for Christmas. Granted, it doesn’t feel much like Christmas due to the beautiful, warm weather. But Avril, our hostess, has the inn decorated with Christmas … Continue reading

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Panama 2010 – Day 7

Day 7, Friday.  Christmas Eve at the Seagull Cove Lodge.  What an incredible view we found out of our window this morning!  Oh, wow! Just check the pictures out. The casitas are scattered up the hillside, and all have beautiful … Continue reading

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