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... island with crashing waves in the distance. ON the beach the waves were rolling in, the crystal clear blue water, the white sandy beaches and beautiful sunshine. We decided to explore, and found a walking trail around the island, taking us through palm trees and swamps. I seriously felt like I was in Star Wars walking through these swamps it was so beautiful! We finished the time on the island, relaxing, eating fresh coconut, having a good ole ...
... we had that dreadful German women leader on our last Central American trip with Tucan and Michi is still recovering). But turns out Juergen is from Linz – an Austrian! We walked into the city centre to seek out the old town and strolled by the Atlantic Ocean. The city is all very run down, colonial, probably beautiful in its day, slowly being renovated.
Panama links Central America with South America having a land border with Colombia. The ...
So today we learnt some lessons about getting around Panama City.
Lesson 1: The Metro bus system goes everywhere, it costs $0.25 a ride, but if you dont speak spanish, its difficult.
Today we relied upon luck to find our way, with a little help from Google Maps(offline), and a LOT of help from an american Peace Corp worker named Ali. In fact there is a chance we may have not even made it to the Panama Canal today without ...
... eat a big plate of food for $3.75), then out for some live music at a book store-come-bar.
The next day we took a $3 water taxi to Isla Bastimentos. We stayed at a hostel which felt like it was in the jungle, as this island is much more rugged and jungly. The island also has more of an Afro-Caribbean vibe, with the locals speaking a type of creole English mixed with Spanish.
Isla Basimentos is more wild than Colon, and felt more real and less ...
... the first set of locks scheduled to be at 6:00am.
Unfortunately, people beat me to my game! Even at this early hour of the morning, the bow of the ship was crowded with fanatics who just like me had cameras with telescopic lens in hands ready to capture this special moment!
As I walked around on ...