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Travel Blogs from Panama City
It was neat to be here with Kathy but be doing our own thing. We would see each other now and again, both of us just going with the flow. I was called over for a delicious meal of a chicken like thing that I was told later was parrot meat. They also had fried bananas and delicious fresh coconut juice. I just saw a tiny kid climb a huge ladder. The jaguar tooth necklace trade just went down, I traded him a nice shirt and a bungee cord, he seemed pleased with the deal. He is ...
... on the ground when suddenly the plane went at a forty five degree angle and took of. The flight back was even better than the first time, seeing the clouds flowing around the valleys and best of all my dad couldn't use his camera because it is out of battery! We stayed at the same place in Panama City as last time and will go back to Canada ...
We were advised that we would be on approach to the canal around 6:15 so we were up at 6 a.m. and quickly donned some clothes and headed up to the observation deck and it was a good thing because it didn't take long for many others to do the same.
We had a bird's eye view of the canal and it is an amazing feat of engineering. Much like the Rideau river locks in Ontario but on ...
... the historical center of the city that dates back to the late 1600's. After pirate Henry Morgan attacked Panama City in 1671, the city was moved to a small peninsula protected by reefs, which is now referred to as Casco Viejo. In 2003 UNESCO designated this area as a World Heritage Sight, and this attention sparked an enormous project of restoring the gorgeous colonial architecture. Thus our experience in Casco Viejo was marked by sounds of jackhammers in ...
... day we had a brand new exhaust!! These are the things that make us happy. The batteries have
arrived and with the help of David / “Flour Girl” and his hard bottomed dinghy, the batteries are picked up along with 200feet of anchor chain. With strong winds predicted for the next three days, the chain is attached asap Boats have been known to drag and smash here. All captains and crews lay low on board until the winds died ...
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