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TAKE A HIKE! STAY ACTIVELY FIT!Discover the very best "off the beaten path" nature trails in the Boquete area. Every Thursday & Saturday, join us for a trek on the beautiful trails in Boquete's highlands and rainforests. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgDay Hikes and Stayovers for 2013:1. Quetzale Trail beginning in Boquete staying the night in Guadalupe, hiking back the next day.2. Potrerillos begin in Boquete Day trip. 3. Santa Fe in…See More
""Sure is hot and I wish I was in Boquete" - for sure. Your description of plans sound identical to mine. I am not sure when I will be able to make it down there. 33 years living in Houston. Time to get out. …"
"I'm contacting the Texas contingency for Friends so I will feel like I know someone when I get down there. So far it's Leslie Landreth, Bjorn Sefeldt (also from Houston), Sovereign Lady and mary e white. Also Claudia Harkins.…"
"One of the concerns I have had is the every 90 day border crossing. Are there groups that convene do this border crossing on a regular (about every 90 day) basis?
I am not yet a visitor to the area, but plan to come down for six to nine…"
"Sure is hot and I wish I was in Boquete" - for sure. Your description of plans sound identical to mine. I am not sure when I will be able to make it down there. 33 years living in Houston. Time to get out. And I also would like to go for about 6 months and try it out first. I have been there as a visitor and it is just plain lovely. Have friends in David and Boquete. The best coffee we found while we were visiting costs us .45 cents a little cup. On a little semi coffee shop on a street facing one of the banks. I remember the building being very low, one story and it was kind of rosy color. The best coffee of my life and I have had many. There are plenty of people sitting for coffee and I think you would be more interested in going to other people's homes and sit on their terrace and look at the view and share some coffee. Thanks for writing.
Wish I could convince the wife to visit there....I`ve been 3 times...ready to retire, but cant until she gets Medicare...as her work doesnt offer health care ins....I should have retired 2 yrs ago...but also enjoy my job...right now collecting soc. sec. and adding it to my ret. funds.
if you vist Boquete, visit Olgas for brkfst,tell her hi for me!