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Travel Blogs from Las Cumbres
Eddie-martin-19 stayed here on May 23, 2014 during their trip titled: Pamama.
... 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 ...
... is lush greenery all around the canal. We did not see many birds as I thought maybe we would. The canal that is being built was suppose to be ready in 2014, but has been delayed. Maybe they are using the same contractors as from The Big Dig. It may be scheduled to be opened in either 2015 or 2016.
There is a lot of traffic waiting to go through the canals, large freighters and oil tankers are the main ones that we saw, along with ...
Mind the Gap ! the London Tube lady yells at you every time you enter or exit the Underground. So it is with any land journey to South America from North or Central. To get over it (the Darien swamp) I am going to fly bike and myself to Bogota. The best airline (from most internet sources) is Girag. While it sounds a little East European, it is actually very Panamanian, and quite used to motorcycles. They looked very competent, ...
... now in an area known as the “second Panama City” located only 8km (5 miles) in a peninsula further away from the original city! According to the guide, this area provided better protection against intruders!
Built in the 17th century and two years after the destruction of the original city, these ...
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