Coconut Lodge

Address: Las Sauces, Las Cumbres, Panama | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Las Sauces, Las Cumbres.
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      Travel Blogs from Las Cumbres

      My Spanish Still Stinks--Now Let's Talk About Why

      A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Mar 31, 2014

      4 comments

      ... to follow what is going on is getting a bit out of hand. The good news--I can barely squeak out basic thoughts in present tense Spanish only. The bad news--I can only speak like a child, I can't express a complex, adult thought or perspective on anything, I can't follow conversations more complicated than "Would you like that for here or to go?", and it is very hard to get to know people because, you guessed it, I ...

      Blending In vs. Gringo Pricing

      A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Feb 21, 2014

      ... my thanks. I paid half what others paid for some souvenirs in El Valle. And when someone tries to barter up with me even a little bit, I give them the patented, "come on, man" look and they immediately back off. This is the first time in my life I have actually gotten preferential treatment for my chocolate skin, and I have to tell you, it doesn't suck. Although when I am taking a cab with other gringos, I do take care of the payment negotiation.
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      Panama Canal full transit

      A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Jan 11, 2014

      1 comment, 841 photos

      ... me. Now I have the opportunity to transit it. Next time on a cruise ship and get a "high" view from the top deck? However I think that this "low" view is much better! Or else perhaps on the Sea Cloud 2.

      This section is information ...

      Day 10 Panama Canal

      A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Jan 10, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Transiting Panama Canal from the Atlantic

      A travel blog entry by lottyh on Jan 09, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... I heard
      the unmistakable shriek of a woman who had slipped on the steel, deck
      because of her slippery, rhinestone decorated, flip flops.




      From our port (left) side, we could see
      the new gate locks that had been delivered from Italy. We also
      noticed the dry excavation and dredging for the construction of the
      two new locks. The newer one will be longer and wider than the
      current one, and it will allow the passage of ...