We stayed at the Boquete Garden Inn during our time in Panoramic Boquete, Panama last winter. The garden part, although small, didn't disappoint. It was full of birds and pretty flowers.
This charming walkway meandered to all of the rooms. Which were awkwardly designed, but nice. The worst part though, was staying on the first floor of the two story cabanas. I'm convinced that the couple staying above us, were humans by day, yet morphed into one of the beasts shown below by night. You'll have to use your imagination to attach a 1,000 ton body and loud clomping hooves to their snarling faces...
The story of the masks...
If you don't throw all of the bar's drinks down your gullet, this creature will finish them for you. Ga!
Every morning, after a bird filled breakfast, I would sit in the sun by this fellow, and do some writing on my novel. The best part of the day.
My favorite bird feeder.
The Boquete Garden Inn, which is located on the banks of the Caldera river, did not have a view of the surrounding mountains at all. This was a huge disappointment. But what it did have, it had in spades. Little birds. The Inn plied three feeders around the breakfast area with a cash of fruit every morning. In fact, the birds got all of the papaya and the guests got bananas and pineapple. Two of my least favorite fruits. Damn birds! We were the first ones there all week. Ready with our cameras and as always, ready for breakfast. I have a ton of bird photos that will show up soon. Mornings really were magical!
And be sure to sidle up to The Chorus of the Crows for a funny tale about a former feathered floosie. Me!