Strolling along the streets of Boquete, Panama, makes for a nice day. The sun is almost always shining, birds and butterflies delighting your eyes and ears, and gorgeous mountains in the horizons. The buildings in downtown Boquete are being or have been repainted and the town has cleaned up so much since our first time here. Sidewalks are still broken and a mess, but those repairs will come soon we hope. There are even trashcans around the lovely park, a big step in the right direction from one year ago. Street, stores, and restaurants of Boquete are filled with a nice mix of Ngöbe indigenous, people, Panamanians, expats, and tourists that coexist in harmony while enjoying the beauty of this Panamanian town. See for yourself on this walking tour of Boquete.
Though Tiny in Size, a Walking Tour of Boquete is Still a Must
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