Hotel Lula's Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
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... Islands, the Virgins, Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, Jamaica, Providencia and San Andreas. It’s a milestone moment for us and we’re kinda giddy, pinching ourselves- oh my gosh we made it!!
We’ll be spending most of June in the area of Bocas Town, the capital of the region. Following this we have a spot reserved at a really neat place- ...
The overnight bus was pretty bad and not ideal for trying to sleep with salsa music playing all night long and hourly stops. We finally made it to Almirante, Panama around 4 am and took a 30 minute water taxi to the island which was dead that early in the morning. We got breakfast at the only place we could find open and then went on a search to find a hostel for the night. We ...
... in the middle if the ocean, waves are pretty big, out for an hour, not catching any waves, head into the shore for a rest, waiting for our water taxi, sign says dangerous rips, Sunbaking, water taxi turns up on time, time to get out there, tide coming in, waves are getting bigger,
hard against the tide to get to the boat, struggling, getting dumped, exhausted, Luke gets his board to the boat, comes back to help both Lauren and I, decided that I head back to shore, Luke ...
... back and place just round corner from hostel! Had nice chicken and mushroom pizza and had half a beer. Then convince Ivo to walk into the town centre along the waterfront walkway. Was so nice - kind of time you need a boyfriend as so romantic! I loved if - people jogging, skateboarding, roller blading, taking exercise classes, working out at the open air gym (super hot bods) we walked for around an hour to the shopping centre in ...
... Eventually a lock system was seen as the best strategy. The first vessel traversed the entire canal early in 1914. Since then, the system has been regularly upgraded and enlarged.
There are currently two lanes of locks, and a third, larger lane is due to open in 2016. Huge metal gates for the new locks were seen parked on the west side of the canal. We caught up the the container ship as it entered the left lane, ...