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Travel Blogs from Las Cumbres
... hola reynita!". Well, everyone who knows me understands I’m not much of a little-kid fan, but Latin kids are generally pretty well behaved and respectful of adults (not so much in Panama, but definitely more than the states) and they’re a lot more innocent than American kids. Or so I thought.
Sorry, but this is going to get graphic so you may choose to skip the details of this next paragraph.
The woman has assumed custody of ...
another fun day at sea, spin class, watched a movie in the theatre while the Admiral attended a fashion show..
we decided not to ballroom dance class as we would fall on our ass...LOL
enjoyed a fine dinner followed by a "Celtic Heartbeat" performance in the theatre..
continuing to explore the ship and lots of pics ...
... my expectations as possible (I had a picture of a captain Birdseye looking unsmiling German officer)...the captain (Colin) actually turned out to be a very smiley guy from Hull!! He showed us our cabin...which again turned out to be soooo much better than I had expected and is pretty much the same size as my first flat in Jersey! We got off the ship a couple of times that first day as we were not due to sail until 8pm so we popped off to get our last emergency bits and bobs ...
... made the first firm effort to build an all water route in 1880 but it wasn’t long before financial troubles and disease ensured complete and dismal failure of this project.
After its independence in 1903, Panama negotiated an agreement with the US for the construction of the canal and in 1914 the first ship, the SS Ancon passed through. The US managed the waterway until 1999 when Panama took over full operation and maintenance of the Canal.
... to one night to see the 10-piece brass band play salsa as we tore it up on the dance floor (mas o menos). During our night out in Casco Viejo we met Stuart, a thirty-something-year-old Canadian expat living in Portobelo, who would be cause enough for us to go to Portobelo in search of catching a sailboat for the San Blas Islands.
The Panama City fish market was very cool to see and a great spot to grab some cheap ceviche. We loved ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting