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Travel Blogs from Volcan
... to the
west of the city. But their price of 40,000 Pesos per night for a spot in their
scruffy car park with the noisy main road just metres away was nothing short of
a rip off so we moved on. Our Swiss friends Laura and Heiri in their green
Mercedes Sprinter did stay there on their way back to Cartagena but told us
later they also didn’t like it.
Before leaving Cartagena on our first visit and
whilst organizing the shipping of our cars to Panama we ...
... not for Glenn and Carol, we ended up in triple figures. We mentioned the lack of roads in Panama, well there are no road signs at all so if you don't know where you are going it makes it even more difficult. We ignored the map on the way back and managed the return journey in the distance estimated by Ulises. It doesnt help that maps in Panama dont show half the roads that exist and at every T junction its a guessing game, its ...
... reasonable doubt that they are seriously kak. Freezing air conditioning, violent movies played at full volume, winding roads, suicidal bus drivers, flame throwers, land mines, you get the picture. No sleep. The only consolation on this journey was watching the uncontrollable rage build up in the rookie Lynches' faces when the couple in front of them reclined their chairs to beyond maximum and the air con started dripping on their heads. Laughing about it ...
Went on an amazing coffee tour in Boquete, someone had recommended me this town, and it wasn't a disappointment! Bad idea #2 of the year, a midnight hike up a 13 km volcano...with a waning headlamp, to see the sunrise at 6am. Not smart, and I have the bruises to prove it. But it was worth it in the end, despite me falling asleep on the summit and almost falling ...
... little tornado/twister/dust clowd/dirt moster formed around me! No joke! All of a sudden the wind picked up the ditch next to me and bam! Dirt/ rocks/glass was all around me, crashing angrily into my eyes, legs, and mouth. Not pleasant I tell ya! But I should be used to it by now. I don't want to know what gets blown into my hair everyday, but it makes it so dirty.
I have never seen so many beer caps in my life! They have almost become one with the grass here, forming ...
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