We were driven back to the Pacific side of Panama on a horrible car ride throught the country on roads to windy that I thought I was going to be sick so I put my head on Bobby's lap and tried my best to sleep. He toughed it out, but even his iron stomach had a hard time with the curves. However awful we felt though, I have to admit that Panama is a beautiful country. There are some lovely things to see driving through the varied landscape.
We made it to Bocas Chica and took a boat taxi to our hotel, Cala Mia. This was by far my favorite place on our honeymoon. As we drove up to our hotel, we saw that there was absolutely nothing there but the hotel, it was completely secluded. Bobby saw that and was a little dismayed. I saw that and thought it was going to be great. Bobby's trepidation about not having enough to do was quickly put to rest as we found out how great it was to relax, do nothing and just enjoy each other.
The hotel was just individual bungalows...here's ours:
We loved spending time on the beach, Bobby's favorite thing to do was kayaking and mine was collecting shells.
We enjoyed spending the evenings reading in the hammock by the clubhouse.
We spent one morning hiking up a hill on the island and enjoyed the world around us and the beautiful view.
We really enjoyed Cala Mia, and since it was so isolated everyone came together as a community. We all ate dinner together in the evening and Bobby and I had a great time chatting with the other guests and getting to know some wonderful people.
Unfortunately, our stay there had to end and we flew back to Panama City to spend our last day there.