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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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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 …
... high tide. Then we walked 15 min. to the fishing port where we hitchhiked into town.
The rain season was in full swing. It was nice to sleep in on cool mornings as rain pounded the roof. We we wanted to visit Isla Iguana, which was straight across from us, but we were waiting for a sunny day. The rain may have postponed the day-trip a few times but offered a refreshing change. ...
... 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.
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The road from the Pan American highway to Pedasi is really good (the previous president came from Pedasi, so that aalthough it is at the very end of the Azuero pensinsular, the drive is quite easy.
Arriving at Villa Romana is quite an experience. It is a Tuscan villla perched on a bluff with the Pacific ...
... 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 ...