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14 viewsWelcome to Boquete!
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12 viewsThe lights of Boquete and the stars above shine as we climb Volcan Baru at night.
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9 viewsIt was cold that in the morning but we managed to get a fire going while we waited for sunrise.
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10 viewsWarming hands after a six hour overnight climb.
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9 viewsThe sky finally starts to lighten. On top of the mountain, there is no viewpoint not covered by radio towers.
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10 viewsThe towers stand ready to handle another day's communications.
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10 viewsA somewhat less sophisticated antenna.
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10 viewsSeriously. It's a national park and there is NOWHERE that isn't covered in these antennae.
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10 viewsThe sky gets a bit orange.
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10 viewsAt last the sunrise. We worked hard for this one.
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9 viewsLooking out over the Pacific. None of my Caribbean photos turned out but you could also see Bocas del Toro.
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10 viewsMost of our hiking group (minus two).
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10 viewsDaylight comes and we're on the road home.
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9 viewsThe trail was pretty uninspiring most of the time. This was nice, though.
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9 viewsCollapsed and waiting for the girls so they could ditch us. You can see on of our walking sticks near Kenny.
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7 viewsA couple local boys washing their clothes.
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9 viewsNear the bottom. Volcan Baru is centre, in the cloud.
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9 viewsBoquete, for all the hell it put us through, is a pretty town.
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11 viewsA look at Boquete from across the river.
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9 viewsOn the road out.
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