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This place is very, very chill. It's difficult access keeps the crowds away. The overall lack of activity, I suppose, is the reason for there not being hoardes of university-aged, party loving Lonely Planet'ers. It's quiet. We havent really done anything here. We've been focused on prayer for people back in Portland for whom we care deeply and have …
... We spent the rest of the night making smores, sharing travel stories, and talking about the future.
*We tried to get pix of the luminescence but none of them came out well. It had to be completely dark, no flash. Then you have to splash, kick, or disturb the water for it to light up. It looked like those sparkler fireworks. Amazing! Such a shame we couldn't get any decent pix.
... my bag for the weekend. Hereafter I catched a bus heading to Chitré. Arriving there I met up with Wiwi, a German exchange student, and we talked for a while. Later two other local friends and the aunt of one met us in the mall. We then went together to the aunt’s house to have dinner. In the evening we stayed in the house celebrating my birthday by sitting together talking, listening to music and drinking a little.
The next ...
... and into safe waters.
All went according to plan except for a little slip that I had whilst pulling up anchor on the foredeck. I slipped on the dewy surface of the boat and hurt my forearm. Oh well...another bruise to my collection.
Once the sun rose, it was a pleasant sail during that morning where we once again saw 3 whales, and dozens of dolphins which came to play at ...
Thanks to the jet lag we saw the sun rise over Panama City. We started heading to Playa Venao crossing the Panama Canal by bus towards Las Tablas. As Panama is still not a big tourist destination and this is low season, it was we and the locals in the bus.
Everything seemed chaotically organised and people were extremelly helpful. After 4 hours we arrived in Las Tablas and realized we had only 10 minutes until the daily bus for Playa Venao would leave. We found the bus in a ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsResidencial Moscoso Pedasi
It was clean, affordable and in a good location. I would stay here again. No communal kitchen, though. Apparently I have to write more characters for this revview to count. So thats whats happengin here. Is this sufficient?
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