ARAP’s 6th Lionfish Capture Tournament Brings in 800 Lion Fish

If you’ve been hanging out in the Caribbean Sea for the last couple of years and have yet to hear of Lionfish than I would be surprised. The long and short of it: Lionfish are from the Pacific but…

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Horoscopes – May 2016

Aries March 21 — April 19 Living in the moment and off street parking may not be your best investment time-wise this month. The “in the moment” thing: first is difficult, and second often depressing, especially considering…

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Mother Howler Monkey Electrocuted, Baby Monkey Saved

                  A report from the Community Liaison of…

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Surf Scene

By Longboard Rob One of the many reasons people contemplate visiting, and in some cases, relocating to Bocas, is the surf scene. It is a wonderful mix of locals, transplanted ex-pats and tourists. It’s a mecca for surfers who crave…

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The Plastic Village Story

By Nicholas Corea “WE ARE SURROUDING YOU, SLOWLY DAY BY DAY WE HAVE BEEN TAKING OVER YOUR WORLD. NOBODY REALLY LIKES US, BUT MOST OF YOU USE US. WE ARE LITERALLY WHOLE ISLANDS IN THE OCEANS. WE CAUSE NUMEROUS…

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Editors Note: May 2016

Instead of a note from the editor, this month we’re going to go with a note written from Earl Meck to Julio Cotes Surgeon (of Hotel Vista Mar) about his stay in the hospital. The health care on the…

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UPDATE: Team Cayuco Paunch Places 3rd in the CREBA Ocean-to-Ocean Race

In April’s edition, the Breeze did a profile on Bocas del Toro’s very first Cayuco team. What a very successful first season it was! When the ladies of Cayuco Paunch first formed their team, they started to practice without…

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Greater Spear-Nosed Bats Will Blow Your Mind

By Nicolas Corea So many reasons to come to the beautiful islands of Bocas del Toro: surfing, sailing, scuba, snorkeling, salsa-dancing, sloths, Spanish study aaaaannnd…studying bats of course (A for alliteration on that one). Meet Dina Dechmann and Teague O’Mara….

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