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... some time crocodile watching (un-successfully). Once we crossed the Gatun lake we passed under the centennial bridge before entering the first of two locks to bring us back down, this lock is called the Pedro Miguel and has one chamber descending 30 feet to the same level as the Miraflores lake, this took around 45 minutes. We crossed the Miraflores lake to the Miraflores lock which has two chambers and took us down the ...
... ship moving ahead of us.
Over the course of the next two hours we tried other vantage points. For this one event, the ship opened access to the large bow deck, and laid out coffee, tea and pastries for the assembled passengers. A little later, we tried the front balconies above the bow, but below the Crows Nest. The best compromise seemed to be the Deck 9 balcony forward of the spa and exercise areas.
... used to be a prison and was out of bounds to locals so as a result is mostly untouched and home to several endemic species and lots of wildlife. The island is part of a chain that also features Cocos in Costa Rica and the Galapagos so is rich in underwater life which is what we had come to see.The first creature we found was a frogfish, truly one of the ugliest things in the sea but pretty impressive to see. We lost count of the number of moray eels we found and although lacking ...
... a separate aeroplane that follows the main one and refused to believe that pizza originated in Italy. Meanwhile, Donnie was well on his way. He kept referring to his Italian mother, persistently asked if we were going to meet some locals and showed no sign of being ready for a 5am boat journey to a nearby island. The rest of us couldn't believe the damage of two rum and cokes. Our Canadian guest was great value for money, as were the drinks in Relic Bar, with ...
... some people look scared when riding on it, holding on whiteknuckled. It is similar in style to Madrid's metro although not the price, for the grand sum of 35 cents we were whisked off to Via Argentina, half way across the city, in just a few minutes.
Our hotel, the Principe Hotel and Suites, was only a few minutes walk from the metro station. We knew the hotel had only been open for a few months and it was very cheap compared to ...