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I walked back towards the stadium via the national park and was approached by a group of youths who tried their luck by demanding money from me. Although my brain tells me to do the simple thing in these situations, I was in no mood for a bunch of idiots trying their luck. Rather angrily I told them to go forth and multiple and it did the trick. I think they decided this guy looks rather annoyed and backed off.
The rest of my walk to the hostel ...
... panthas, Azaleas, Pointsettias, the list goes on.
Went to a 'Gringo' market where organic fruit and vegetables, home baking, holistic medicine, arts and crafts were sold, 3 hours a week on Tuesday mornings it is held and is very busy, seems like a social get together.
Had a proper German sausage with mustard for breakfast made by a German gentleman who was selling German ...
... to lie, Aruba was kind of underwhelming. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a gorgeous place but the port was full of jewellery shops and tatt, the place had no real personality. I was back on board the ship by lunchtime because there really wasn’t anything to do there unless you were minted and wanted to by millions of rubys. My main intention since leaving Aruba and going through Panama is to see a Whale; these waters are rife with them apparently so I’m ...
... the end of a side street at the banks of the Chagres River, where we set off in wood canoes with Garceth and our two Emberá canoe drivers. On the first 45 minutes or so of our motorized canoe ride, I saw many birds including a blue heron, turtles, and whole sections of the river with tree trunks sticking out of the water. This is physical evidence of the intentional flooding of this area when the canal was made.
It was a beautiful sunny day when we started, but we ...
... We had a great time spending the day with everyone! We are so thankful to be learning and growing in Christ with each other and especially with the kids!
Dinner was interesting. We went to a restaurant called, La Boca, (The Mouth). The staff at the restaurant spoke no English. We were blessed by Elizabeth's ability to translate. Most of the youth had hamburgers, Elizabeth had Corvina, ...