Cerro Azul Vacation Resort

Cerro Azul, Panama | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cerro Azul

Shooting the Gap with the turtles

A travel blog entry by colin on May 19, 2014

37 photos

... hadn't read what the guide books say about Turbo, according to them the place is about as safe as Caracas. We had no problems at all). Luckily there was wifi and we were able to read the email from the boat company telling us the departure date had been set back a day (for "logistical reasons", meaning they had found some more passengers who needed the extra day to get to the boat). Bugger, that meant another day at the beach before boarding ...

One-way to vino

A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Jan 16, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

We landed half an hour late in Panama. There were no troubles with customs and the fact that I didn't have an onward ticket. Not even a peep. Or the fact that neither of us were carrying $500 U.S. cash. Score. We landed at 10:50 pm, which is 8:50 at home. Jane was waiting for us. She is our host at El Cangejo Air bnb. Turns out she just moved here in 2012 from Vancouver. Yes, fellow Canadian! The drive into the city was interesting. We crossed ...

Maintenance and Tourism in Panama

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 18, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... it, alone. No-one is going to help you, and if you don’t understand the grid system, you don’t deserve to get where you are going.

I also saw Captain Philips at the movies, and left quite moved -- at the harrowing story, the heroism of so many players, and at the depiction of the Somalis. I know and worked with Somalis for years. I found the portrayal of how they are and behave very believable, and sad.

Wandering about on sore feet....

A travel blog entry by 13thlayer on Nov 05, 2013

34 photos

... reliable or very well planned out. I had crammed onto the bus on Friday to get to the Hostel. I had squeezed on to get to Casco Viejo, and know I was smooshed behind a bunch of people heading back toward the Hostel. Panama Viejo was a very popular route and it filled up. People in Panama City will push into you to make sure they leave with that bus because the next one might not come around for 45 minutes. Either way I managed to get on find a spot and make it back all in one ...

17 of 28 hours in a plane

A travel blog entry by ivangui on Oct 10, 2013

Flew back up from Chile in the air canada overnight flight at 6 am. Went home and then was at the airport again by 11 am to take the flight to Panama. I flew. They rebooked me directly to Newark as I was initially going to Rochester, Newark and then Panama. Arrived in Panama late but I chatted on the plane with Ricardo Cespedes, a young Rico who moved to panama to lead ...


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