Thanks for the great list of vacation destinations! But when you are going to Panama I can recommand going to San Blas instead of Bocas. Why? Because Bocas is way to crowded and full with tourists! San Blas is more prestine and in my opinion more beautiful. Here check these pictures out http://sanblas-islands.com/pictures/. But if you want luxury and good Wi-Fi then skip San Blas, it is pretty back to basic 🙂 Greets!
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What would you suggest? Panama seems attactive, but am supriced by the cost you put there. I thought it would be more in Bocas.. Its the most touristic area if am not mistaken. Is there some particular town/island/ area your recommend. And am supriced u mentioned Costa Rica as lately you read everywhere how expensive it is compared to the rest. I guess budget wise Nicaragua would be the best. (Every tried it? Any towns?) but for some reason Panama sounds better, more alive, nicer beaches and possibly more accessible.. Is there any place in South America that would could much Panama in cost and beauty?
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