B&B Hotel Cerrito
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Panama City is really something special I like it a lot. The old town called Casco Viejo is about to be entirely renovated. So there are still some really old buidlings, some are ruins and some are already entirely renovated. Luckily this part of the town is protected as UNESCO world heritage so that the old houses are renovated and not destroyd to give place for skyscrapers. Those you have on the other side...I call it "little Manhattan"..one skyscraper next to ...
... us back to the resort. panama city is actually a pretty cool looking city. evident divide between the higher end and lower end neighbourhoods, and lots of windy, congested streets. they're in the process of building an underground metro though. the skyline and parks are great. and there are malls a-plenty. it's not surprising that many americans and canadians are actually retiring down this way; central american charm with many north american ...
It was home time today, had to say goodbye to an amazing place, goodbye to the perfect waves but I left with a new outlook on what people can achieve through determination and how far passion can get you. Helping those people seriously changed my life I know it's said so often on these things but to see what they do just because they want to make a difference because the government won’t is incredible. And of course I came away ...
... in what seems to be a re-purposed military truck and our tour guide gave our small group life jackets. We headed out and under the bridge, right into the “Gaillard Cut” and the center of the Lake. We passed by several freight ships and saw the dredging ships, cranes and machinery being used for the expansion work. I saw how they had sectioned off parts of the waterway that had already ...
... wet hair, the late night meant he had to have a sleep in before he was allowed to fly.
I have to admit as I boarded SS Tuira II I was a little excited, although the boat was only about 120 feet, was floating in fresh water and wasn't even grey. Maybe this is how those survey sailors feel and why they must regale us with endless stories of surviving the challenges of Cape Leveque, which as it turns out is now a 5 star resort, rather than don anti-flash and get on ...