|Bocas del Toro|
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|Erin on Main Street — The main drag of Bocas del Toro: wide enough to hold nearly all the cars on the island side-by-side, yet all we ever saw was a steamroller going back and forth to water down the gravel.|
|"Botel" Las Brisas — On the rear deck of our "botel", which we're guessing was not a typo, but a reference to the fact that you can "boat" right up to it.|
|"Botel" Las Brisas — Erin sitting on the edge of the porch for our "botel". Behind her is another island in the archipelago — many of them are so close, you could practically walk there.|
|"Botel" Las Brisas — Catching up on our rest and relaxation on the deck of our over-the-water residence.|
|Bocas del Toro Town Center — It's not exactly Times Square, but it's still a quaint place to hang out.|
|Swimming at Sandbar — Erin waves from waaaaaay out on our private little sandbar to which we kayaked. It's incredible how with only ten minutes in a sea kayak, you can go from one island in the archipelago to another, to yet another.|
|Swimming at Sandbar — Our lonesome canoe tied to the pier by our secluded sandbar.|
|Swimming at Sandbar — Part of the tropical lagoon surrounding our secret spot.|
|Moonrise — The full moon rising above a distant island provides a spectacular reflection over the calm waters of the Pacific, in this tiny little corner of the Caribbean.|
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