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Travel Blogs from Las Cumbres
... ships. Only those ships traveling the same way as we are allowed through. If you want to go in the opposite direction, you will proceed during the night time hours.
We went under the Bridge of Americas which connects South America to Central America. There was lots of traffic on the bridge. The whole Panama Canal experience was roughly eight hours. There were a total of five locks that we had to travel though. We are always amazed at ...
... picture this though, here is Kristen, fairly casual person, experienced traveler, in South America, sick with a cold. What does she do? Well upon leaving the hotel in Porto Alegre I had no more Kleenex left so I grabbed a roll of toilet paper from the hotel. And then I'm sitting in first class on the airplanes, constantly wripping off TP to blow my nose in, and then using the bag from the blanket as a garbage bag.
All class in first class!
Until next ...
... canyon, after hiking down to the bus station, waiting for the bus in pouring rain, we finally catched a bus. Unfortunately no one of us brought their passport with them and 5 minutes later we had to leave the bus again cos the police controlled us. Lesson learned! So now we are back in the hostel, it's raining cats and we don't wanna leave again. So we just hang out here.
Take care guys and let me know how you're doin in good old freezing Switzerland :D
... the European sovereign debt crisis). Before zonking out for the flight, Steffi managed to get us invited to a rooftop party at the Hard Rock hotel- an invite I politely declined on her behalf as she had already fallen asleep mid answer.
Our flight landed at circa 9:30 pm Panama time, and has been just about the only thing to run on time since. It appears that our African friends (who we would later learn had a hand in the building of the ...
... great places including along a 3 mile causeway where you look across the bay to the city past fancy yachts, theres some money here. this is where that "canoe man" and his wife, who came from the north east, faked his own death and coined the insurance money. the oldest part of the city is having major work to it at the moment and looked nothing like the photographs we had seen in the guidebooks its been getting ...
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