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... these mountains and jungles and had the idea and the determination to clear a path, at the beginning literally with just hand shovels, for a railway and later for a canal.
On my ride to the hotel I saw many vestiges of the presence of the United States as well as other countries here in Panama. There were schools, housing, places of worship and armed forces buildings that are now being used for different purposes but are ...
... was is called Casco Viejo. Itīs right on the edge of the city far away from downtown so the views at night of the skyline are amazing. I would say Casco Viejo is a beautiful area..but I wonīt as the amount of **** that was also there ruins it. Itīs now a world heritage site and a lot of the buildings are gorgeous bright colours with massive windows and frames, but then you turn a corner and thereīs a burnt out building which hasnīt been cleared since the ...
... tempo per prendere la prima barca disponibile per l’arcipelago. Ad accompagnarci in questo ennesimo viaggio notturno ci saranno Laura e Pepe, una coppia franco-spagnola che come noi non ha nessuna intenzione di fermarsi troppo in cittā. Gli altri tre amici del gruppo ci raggiungeranno il giorno dopo.
Lasciamo Panama City, il canale e alcuni buoni amici che speriamo di incontrare di nuovo da qualche altra parte del mondo, e siamo giā pronti a tuffarci di ...
... days, what a place to go hiking and then chill out. We treated ourselves to a slap up meal of trout with almonds in a French restaurant run by an irritating American who had fled the madness of the US to set up a new life in Panama, as you do.
We opted for an ‘easy hike’ to search for Quetzals, the national bird. At first it was easy as it was flat and I had my walking sticks. Not a bird in sight of course! We decided to go on further ...
... it, alone. No-one is going to help you, and if you don’t understand the grid system, you don’t deserve to get where you are going.
I also saw Captain Philips at the movies, and left quite moved -- at the harrowing story, the heroism of so many players, and at the depiction of the Somalis. I know and worked with Somalis for years. I found the portrayal of how they are and behave very believable, and sad.