Our time in Boquete was brief, but refreshing. We really only had one full day in town, but that was plenty. Boquete is located in a cloud forest, much like Monteverde in Costa Rica, so I didn’t feel like I missed out on too much with our short stay. During the morning, we went on a hike to the Three Lost Waterfalls. The trail was quite slick and muddy, but the views were worth it.
We enjoyed our afternoon just as much as our morning hike. It was our first chance to cook since we left two months ago. Our hostel had a fully equipped kitchen, which we quickly took advantage of. With goods from the local supermarket, we whipped up one of our favorite dishes, mujadarra. It was perfect!
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Lovely! You both look so relaxed and happy. Please share that recipe!