Ballenita Part I

We arrived in Ballenita on Friday early afternoon for our carnaval retreat.

The Hosteria Farallon Dillon is located directly on a bluff overlooking the beach in Ballenita.

Our room is very spacious and airy with big French doors to our balcony.

The view from our balcony looking up the coast towards Punta Blanca.

The sun setting behind the Captain’s museum.  Captain Dillon has accumulated a wonderful collection of ship memorabilia. It is on display in this former church located on the property.

The lighthouse tower has several rooms for rent. What a view looking out over the ocean from your own personal balcony.

More pictures tomorrow.

3 thoughts on “Ballenita Part I

  1. Pingback: Morning Update – Tuesday, March 8, 2011 « South of Zero

    • Ed, We can’t supply the ticket but we can give you a place to stay while you are here. Let us know when to expect you. Miss you and all our friends in Panama, Kisses, N & J

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