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Eddie-martin-19 stayed here on May 23, 2014 during their trip titled: Pamama.
... quick quiz, not sure if you will win a prize, I hope you all know what the red channel marker means but who can tell me what the yellow one means and what its called.
Well, thanks for reading, I plan to continue along a nautical path after I leave New York in two weeks when I head to Honduras and Belize and pretend to be a CD, I wonder if they have an Awaba St.
Hope all is well, I will post an update from New York.
... on Panama Canal. ) It also turns out that it has been 100 years since the Panama Canal opened up - how lucky for us :) Met up with the Norwegian girls and jumped back on the bus to the causeway and Isla Flamenco..After that, traffic was terrible though so we just grabbed a cab to Albrook Mall - a must go tourist attraction in its own right apparently! It was massive (even bigger than Westfield!). I was on a mission to find my GoPro so we all separated and off I went!! ...
Friends and loved ones..........We didn't have the internet for generic notes to you all from Panama, so will have to catch you up on that country in a later message, as we're already two countries advanced. That's how we roll. However, we thought we'd share a quick note on how we came to be where we came to be, and mention a couple of events that occurred in the process.
While walking down a street in Panama, we had the brilliant idea to go to Cuba, ...
... 27 foot down to equalise.
No pumps are needed. All done by gravity.
26 million x 6 locks x 42 ships a day x 52 weeks = enough water is used daily that New York uses in a month. With Panama receiving rainfall 9 months a ...