An island paradise
Arriving at about 8 p.m. there wasn't much to see but when morning came on Bluff Beach it was, well, like night and day. Oy. The bright colours of plants, the sounds of nature all around (including the crashing waves on the beach) all make for a peaceful and relaxing stay. Better yet, if you want to have an entire day away from people, this is the place to do it. You can walk down the beach and not pass anyone. In fact, I might have been caught up in the moment and stripped down on the beach for an afternoon of splashing in the water, drinking wine and listening to music.
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The beaches of Panama. Let's be honest, that's a big part of why you visit the area. Panama City is completely different than the islands you can explore. For our visit, we head to Bocas del Toro. Apparently it's nine hours or something to drive here from Panama City. Do yourself a favour and take the hour-long flight because it's scenic and, well, much faster.
On the way I was looking forward to the beaches. But once I looked out the window and saw the blue water and different islands I knew it would be an experience like I'd never had before. Spoiler: It didn't disappoint.
After landing in Bocas, I took a 20-minute car ride through the jungle where paved roads and street lights don't exist. As night fell and the driver went speeding along the waterfront, I grew concerned as we seemingly left civilization.
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