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... br> Our layover in Panama City was to be 80 minutes. We arrived on time, which was good, as unlike on the first connection, our two gates were on literal opposite ends of the terminal, which involved a very long trek through the airport. By the time we made the walk and went through the enhanced security for flights to the U.S., we only had about 5 minutes to wait until boarding. Another upgrade this time for Anna, who was more than happy to accept.
... of day. Anyway, he asked us all about our trip and gave us his contact details assuring us that if we got into any serious trouble on our tour that he was the man who would get us out of it. I thought he was full of ***** but only time will tell. Had a couple of hours wait in Miami airport so we had a quick bite in TGI's. As we sat down the chef was passing by and noticed our accents and he asked us if we were Irish. He told us he ...
... of God". Shoeless children played in the street and women hung clothes from their balconies to dry.
Arrived at our crib for the night. It's a pretty dope dormitory in Ciudad Del Saber... a learning center that reminds me of a ghost academic-olympic village to a certain extent. El ninos played soccer in the park while we ate a food court style dinner.
Hoping to blog whenever I have wifi and time!
Friday- the first of two days at sea before we reach Huatulco. We have seen quite a few Dolphins and lots of unidentified sea birds and boobies -no whales as yet! Interesting sky tonight! Saturday- saw quite a few turtles and loads more Dolphins. It was county & western night tonight so gave us a chance to dress up- ...
After some extremely expensive flights from Quito to Panama we arrive in Central America, looking forward to seeing what this new region has in store. This city is huge with 2 very contrasting areas, to the south hundreds of New York sky-scrapers and just north is old town with the typical Latin American look and feel. There wasn't much street food around, on our first morning we had ...