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"This place has all the amenities you could want in Bocas del Toro. The spacious home has two private units on the ground level with a shared patio. The open, modern floor plan was clean and spacious with a full kitchen as well as access to a washer and dryer. We enjoyed the location, which is centered between town (2 miles) and beach bluff. Although bicycles were available, we rented an ATV down the street, which was reasonably priced, making it easy to get around in both day and evenings. Sandi was a gracious host—friendly and welcoming but not intrusive. She has dogs for protection, as do most people owning property in Bocas. We enjoyed occasional cocktails on Sandi’s upper patio, and she helped us arrange several tours, which were highlights of our trip. We enjoyed the jungle feel of the area, including the howler monkeys, without giving up modern amenities."
Guest: Wes G.Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 29, 2015
"My family and I rented the House called Quetzal and it was big and roomy for our family. The views were spectacular ! Dirk was a wonderful Host and very helpful. The homes of Las Plumas are some of the nicest ones in the area. I would highly recommend to anyone wanted to get away from city life and enjoy peace and quite. The grounds are well kept and you could hear the river near by. My family is looking forward to returning to Las Plumas in the near future."
Guest: Marlene Date of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: October 23, 2015
"Four unforgettable days with our Family from Canada and Ireland. If there is a way to rate the staff they don't deserve 10, they deserve "100". They were devoted to us the entire time we were there.
As for the owner, no words to thank Don Carlos. Always concerned that all was working and that everything was working.
The only complaint we had was the strong winds which followed us from Canada (sob,sob). We couldnt use the kayak nor the paddle board.
We will be back Casa Mia en la Olla de Pachuco. Hasta pronto. Maybe in September to do some fishing and cross over to San Blas"
Guest: mayeDate of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: February 7, 2015
"My wife and I spent a week in this property and highly recommend it. The location in Casco Viejo right by the presidential palace is the best in Panama. Steps away are many great dining, entertainment and historical venues. And if you are the type who is concerned about safety in an unfamiliar environment, you won't worry here. Casco Viejo has 'Tourist Police' liberally assigned at virtually every corner. Many police are stationed around the Presidential Palace, and consequently adjacent to this lodging. You couldn't find a much safer environment.
The apartment itself is spacious, with large rooms, high ceilings and old world charm. It is well equipped and furnished to match the era of the architecture, it was delightful.
The proprietor was very helpful with everything we asked, and even helped us work around a medical problem I had at the time.
Be sure and explore all of Casco Viejo and walk the Cinta Costera to downtown Panama City. That was fabulous. Also not to be missed is the Mercado de Mariscos (seafood market) adjacent to Casco Viejo. There are many restaurants/seafood stands surrounding the market, serving the freshest possible catch. You can get a nice cup of excellent ceviche for $2.50 and the became a lunchtime staple for me. Go through the seafood market to select from freshest possible catch straight off the boat and get your dinner items to take back to the apartment and cook. Prices are about virtually nothing compared to what we pay in Florida. Corvina (they say it is Sea Bass) costs $2.50 per pound. About 10% of what we pay for Sea Bass here and it was excellent.
If you are feeling a little more adventurous, go to the Mercada de Abastos in Curundu (a $2 taxi ride) for fresh fruits and veggies straight from the farm at prices comparably cheap to the seafood market."
Guest: Richard A.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: October 19, 2015