Pictures from Boquete
Our first night in Boquete was spent in this shed-like accommodation at Pension Topas.
Later we moved into a regular-sized room with ensuite bathroom. Note the boots vainly trying to get dry.
When it wasn’t raining, the flowers in the garden were bright and beautiful.
We visited Mi Jardin es Su Jardin, a privately owned garden that is freely open to public visitors.
The highlands around Boquete were blanketed with coffee plantations.
Some of the coffee berries were ripe and ready to be picked, at least so it appeared to our uneducated eyes.
These Indian women walked all the way from the town up to the plantation to work as coffee pickers.