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... set lunch' style food (beans, rice, grilled chicken and fried banana) which was delicious and cheap ($3.25)!
We spent an afternoon checking out the famous Panama Canal ($5 ticket) which is the extraordinary passage that links the Atlantic Ocean (and Carribean Sea) with the Pacific Ocean. A couple of huge ships were passing through the canal locks as we watched on from ...
... more people, it wasnt very clear though were we would randomly find three people!!
A couple of boats came in, but to no avail they all had their own private transport. Eventually after about 30mins a boat came in and we found our needed three.
Cathal was sat up front of the swanky jeep, three girls were down back and myself and the two lads settled in the middle row looking forward to a nice nap on ...
... must have brought over not only their canal building skills, but also their astonishing sense of punctuality. The idea, it seems, went down like the crispest of Balboa lagers in the hearts and minds of the local populace.
We were greeted at the balmy airport by Karloz, a relaxed taxi driver who had set his watch to 5 minutes slow of typical panamanian time. We had booked a room at a local hostel/hotel vibe in the Casco Veijo in Panama ...
... up! He was a bull rider in his younger days and the hot springs are on his ranch. There is a crazy monkey there that steals stuff from people so we strapped our bag to a tree to keep her off it. She never really bothered us. Apparently she stole a bag of powdered sugar from somebody because her face and hands were all covered white and she was digging away in that bag and eating the sugar out of her hands. Our taxi driver ...
... What else? Service all day.
Saturday: Siempre predicar…
Sunday: Meeting (finally got to see Ruth Forman and the Gagliardos, who were visiting Las Cumbres) and then went to a party where Ricardo was introducing some friends from Montreal to those of us here in the city.
Monday: laundry, cleaning, writing talks, making territory maps. I decided to go for a jog on the cinta costere at 2PM, in the heat of the day, just to see what ...
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