Cerro Azul Vacation Resort
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... There is a terrace on the roof but to be honest it is too bloody hot up there, even at night. A lot of the heat comes off the floor and walls, which have absorbed heat all day. When I went out for dinner the town had come to life, lots of people around. It made me think of a vampire movie; sleep by day, wake up at sunset.
I woke early on Monday so went for a walk before it got hot. Town was already busy by 6am, the locals ...
I will be the first to admit that in the two weeks that I have been in Panama City, I haven't done the best job about providing updates back to my friends and family in the states (DI is somewhere calling this the understatement of the year right now). OK fine. In my defense, I can say that starting this journey in Panama City has been a lot to handle, and I wanted to get a handle on things before I started writing a lot about my impressions. I am the ...
... the new set of wider locks.
How are vessels charged for going through the canal?
By cargo type, tonnage and length. Our 120 foot ship cost US $4,000 per passage with or without passengers. The largest passenger ship, ...
Slept in a little. Had breakfast at the hostel and hung around there as others got themselves ready. Walked to Casco Viejo along the path with Jacci, Jana and Alistair. We explore old town. Found a locals place for lunch where the owner didn't seem very interested in serving us (maybe 'cuz we're not locals?). Stopped by some shops so Jana could shop for hats. We pass by a market area with Kuna people. Continue on to ...
... to take in the scenery and there is no obvious marvels around you except for of course the very canal you are floating in. Except you can't see through the canal waters to admire the wonders and are instead left to imagine it. So the few times you get to see feats of engineering genius you get very excited and take 30 pictures that almost all look the same. A few examples are the boats and heavy machinery that drag the bottom constantly to keep the Panama Canal at the correct depth. ...