When we got to the transportation terminal we stopped to grab breakfast. I’m kinda sick of empanadas and was craving an egg sandwich. Luckily, there was a Subway there! They actually make the eggs for your sandwich right there! No egg patties in Panama!
But, the cooking process took so long (she could only make one six inch at a time?) that we had to take them to go.
I ate at the next stop – the boat dock!
Once we were back on dry land we put our stuff down at our cute little B&B – Cerrito Tropical.
Then, we changed into bathing suits and headed to the beach.
Okay, now we can swim with the
But this is my blog and I need to preserve the memory of this before it all goes to shit. Plus, it’s good to compare the difference year to year and see if I’m letting it go just yet (since I’m an old married woman with no shame about begging for chocolate cake – see below).
Ben and I relaxed in the water for a while before laying on our towels. Then, I did something that I’ve never done before on a beach. I can’t believe I did this… I took a nap! Ah! So not my style, but I guess I am slowly learning how to relax 🙂
The only teeny tiny negative was that the “Coco Loco” didn’t have alcohol?! It was just a virgin pina colada in a coconut. After lunch we headed back to the hotel for showers and relaxing. They have a really nice indoor and outdoor communal area.
Then, it was time for dinner. I love how vacations seem to have so much good food!
Dinner was good, but I have been on a mission for chocolate since yesterday. Luckily, I spotted the chef at our hotel before he closed the kitchen. I am shameless, and basically had to go to the door and beg for a piece of chocolate cake. The shame was worth it.
I think we’re grabbing another early ferry tomorrow morning! See ya later 🙂
Question: Do you have a secret talent? What is a talent you would like to learn that other people do well?
I want to learn how to skip dessert. That would be something. Also, I want to learn how to chill out.