B&B Hotel Cerrito
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Metropolitan Park/Parque Metropolitano - Tuesday We had a really nice morning at the park and saw quite a few Geoffroy's Tamarin monkeys. Too far away for photos but good looks at them. Not much was happening bird-wise but we did see some nice warblers, Chestnut-sided, Bay-breasted, Tennesee, and 1 Golden-winged - one of my favourite birds. Wednesday - I ...
... a team-building overnight camp than anything else.
The food has been delicious so far. Lunches are aways served with soup and dessert, and dinner is always served with an appetizer. While we eat, three parrots near by laugh obnoxiously like school children at recess, but worse. They often chant "Agua! Agua! Agua!" - something they picked up from a Panamanian Carnival tradition where people throw water at each other and chant along with it.
... car, so maybe David is a bit late. Besides, it's Island Time. Ok. We decided that if he didn't show by 7:30 we would walk the 25 minutes to town as the boat was supposed to leave by 8am.
This whole thing was a little fishy. David seemed confident that we would be able to find a room on the island, even though we did not call ahead, and seemed equally confident that he or "another boat" would come get us the next day - ahhh, for another $25 per person, making this ...
... mums life rather than reflect in sadness.
This that in mind it’s pretty much the reason I got so involved with the on board talent show the day prior. The stand up actually went down really well, most of you reading this will know I’m not too short on confidence so getting on stage wasn’t particularly daunting, the only anxiety was "will they enjoy what I’ve written?". Fortunately it went down really well and throughout the past two days ...
... and watching the big ships pass we realised that all our stuff must have passed exactly this spot twice, as we send a container to and from Australia :-) The rest of Panama City, although being quite modern, was unfortunately very dirty and not very nice to walk around so we decided after a few days to cut our stay in Panama City short and move up the coast to some smaller old colonial villages before getting abord our ...