Travel Blogs from Pedasi
We walked to a big cabana which had huge mosaic tile steps to the beach, dropped our stuff and ran screaming like 4 year olds into the water! We probably all peed our pants in excitement. But hey, it's the ocean :)
It's funny, for some reason the water wasn't warm, haha they were all saying how frezing cold it was xD but of course to us it was ...
... out there patrolling, however, we were quite confused as to why a US Coast Guard would be out there patrolling Panamanian waters...we had thought that the US had handed these responsibilities back to the Panamanians.
Anyway, we had fun looking at them through our binoculars, and after staring at the machine guns on the side of the boat for a while, we were further amazed that they had ...
... we felt thoroughly spoilt to be staying somewhere so nice and friendly. During the day we explored the city, canal and surrounding area, and in the evenings we would relax with Lindsay and Erik, plus their friends too. We even fitted in a Saturday trip to the beach with a group of 12 of us. A bit of a British affair really, with limited sun, although the warmth of the Caribbean sea made the usual wetsuit unnecessary!
... Canadian heritage.
Here is the most amazing part. What young man has the word “farmer” in his e-mail address? You have to be well grounded to do that, n’est-ce pas?
A proud French Canadian who was exceptionally “ouvert au monde” meaning that he had an outward looking world view that included being the only one in his family who spoke English fluently and who loved to ...
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Have a look at the most recent entry from the Victoria, British
Columbia blog – the photos are amazing
Whale of a
Story – It Was a Dark and Stormy Night
http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-en tries/lobo/victoria__2006/1271347809/tp od.html