Hotel Lula's Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
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... We eventually got our stuff from the hostel and headed back to the beach where we chilled out and caught up on a bit of sleep. One thing for sure the water is a little cooler then Puerto Viejo which is a lovely break from the heat. After a day of sun, sea and reading we headed back for dinner. True as nuts 3 more sloths in the tree. I love the little critters. They are just so adorable. Sloths and Kev make it all right. Dinner was a no go as the restaurant was not up and ...
... so I learned from Wikipedia). After our morning fix of watching the ships in the canal, we walked to Amador Heights the neighbourhood behind the hotel. This morning another US Navy boat came into the canal. Nice to feel protected by the US Navy while on vacation. We took a yellow taxi over to Panama Viejo today. It is a really interesting place, it is the remains of the Old Panama City founded in 1519 and eventually it was sacked by Henry Morgan. We ...
... After showing the immigration worker that we had our onwards flight booked taking us out of Panama and into Columbia in 11 days time he asked to see details of our flight back to the UK. We don't even know when exactly this will be and we're far from booking that flight. He wasn't impressed and just put his hand up and said 'No, no functiona, not allowed.' After standing in line for what seemed like an eternity we were not budging. We would have set up camp at the ...
... into a rocky path after a passing a shallow ocean ford! This is the route hired quads would have taken so I was wishing we had done that, but the bikes were still fun! We kept cycling along, passing lots of surfers, the waves were so rough and the sea was pretty dangerous around here. Eventually we made it to Playa Bluff, which was near enough empty! The sea was still crashing with waves but the beach was unspoiled and the only ...
... slowly slid into the right series of locks. The three adjacent locks lift us to the level of the interior lake - 85 feet or 33 m. above sea level. I estimate we traversed the three in about half an hour.
On Gatun Lake, we joined a small armada parked for the day. I suspect there are priority price policies in play and many of these freighters were waiting for cheap rates. I know we paid hefty surcharges for ...