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... for pre-dinner drinks it
was dark and we hadn’t reached the Bridge of Americas – linking South America
and North America. So we missed the Bridge and Panama City, which was a bit of
a pity. Nevertheless, it was a great day.
After dinner we went to see a comedian (Yes, Place went too). He was
Tomorrow is a sea day. Looking forward to a quiet day.
... with lots of large ships to admire (and stay out of the way of). Along the way we saw the gates for the new locks (they were enormous), a few crocodiles on the banks, the prison where Noriega is wasting away, and a large floating crane which the USA took from Germany at the end of WWII, it still has a swastika stamped in it (5).
Then the locks loomed up. In the first one it was just the three yachts, again rafted together but this ...
... on his boat and drove off so they clearly were not in distress. I'm not sure why they couldn't wait for a more empty boat if they were simply looking for a free ride but such is life in Central America. Once at the water taxi terminal and with feeling back in my legs, we unloaded the boat and were told to make ourselves comfortable. Apparently there was a demonstration going on that blockaded a bridge and our transport was stuck on the other side of ...
We made it to Central! The only palava we had was not having a stamp into Peru which on the whole, is actually quite a big deal but as we were leaving I don´t think they were too bothered.
You know you´re in the Caribbean when you hit Panama, all the loud hip hop blasting out of the cars and the smell of street vendors on every square metre of path. It was a fair old drive from the airport into Panama City but this was a good thing as we got to drive ...
Well we got up good and early yesterday (5:30 am) to make the two hour drive to Boquete and our 9 am appt to tour a 5 hectare coffee farm and then our 1 pm zip line adventure. Lots of road construction that slowed us down a bit but didn't make us late, we arrived in plenty of time to find the offices to check into for of our tours, same company for each but they had several storefronts to serve all the clients using them.
We met up with Israel, our ...