Casa del Horno
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... 2 feet, 60cm, of clearance to both walls of the lock. They had paid a fee of US$ 100,000 to use the canal.
As we were at the Canal the "Lettle Rains" changed to a sample of the "Heavy Rains" over Colon, about 5 km north of our position with heavy thunder and lightning. When we got to Colon, to view the sites and to catch the train back to Panama, we found the streets flooded like rivers and traffic at a virtual standstill. After forcing our wat through water ...
... who gave one of the deepest talks I’ve ever heard) had some great advice for me and is one of many who continue to display an extraordinarily patient and loving attitude toward the brothers here. When there are cultural differences, particularly ones that seem obnoxious, it’s easy to adopt an “us vs. them” mentality. But it’s not Americans and Panamanians, it’s witnesses and worldly people. That’s where the biggest ...
... Mamallena was a really cool hostel, sort of a mix of a party hostel come "homey" hostel although leaning more towards the later. There was a nice comfy lounge space, a well stocked kitchen (With some DIY pancake mix there for breakfast) and some great company. We would make a few friends during our time here. Sadly they didn't have any space for us right now but at midday we could move into ...
Well, it has been two easy days at sea. We've been eating ourselves silly and being lazy, reading books, doing laundry, watching movies, going to the shows in the evening. Cheryl managed to cajole the administration into allowing us to accompany them to the fancy restaurant, The Pinnacle Grill, tonight for the free gourmet meal, so we, of course, took advantage of it. It's not like we haven't eaten like pigs for the last ...
... quickly and it was soon time to pick up our passports. The nerves came back..what it there was a problem? Our flight was the following morning. But there they were, in perfect condition and we were right to enter Brazil the next day. In celebration we met Jo whom we first met in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala at the Hard Rock for dinner. She was making her way down to Peru to kick off the Inca Trail. After quite a few wines, swapping stories, downing hamburgers and cringing to some ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service