The set of real numbers which are badly approximable by rationals admits a exhaustion by sets Bad($\epsilon$), whose dimension converges to 1 as $\epsilon$ goes to zero. D. Hensley computed the asymptotic for the dimension up to the first order in $\epsilon$, via an analogous estimate for the set of real numbers whose continued fraction has all entries uniformly bounded. We consider diophantine approximations by parabolic fixed points of any non-uniform lattice in PSL(2,R) and a geometric notion of $\epsilon$-badly approximable points. We compute the dimension of the set of such points up to the first order in $\epsilon$, via the thermodynamic method of Ruelle and Bowen. We relate geometric good approximations to a notion of bounded partial quotients for the Bowen-Series expansion. This gives a family of Cantor sets and associated quasi-compact transfer operators, with simple and positive maximal eigenvalue. Perturbative analysis of spectra applies.