Hostal La Posada De Ferhisse

Address: Calle Domingo Diaz, Cerro Azul, Panama | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Calle Domingo Diaz, Cerro Azul.
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    Travel Blogs from Cerro Azul


    A travel blog entry by roisinlynch on Sep 07, 2014

    11 photos

    ... entry stamps from not too obvious entry and exit counters. We were kindly assisted by the lovely Alejandro, an Argentinian we bumped into at the border. He happened to have lived in Galway city and Lahinch for 3 years and still listened to Kila and Lunasa while working away on his boat. We shared a taxi with Alejandro and two other new birder friends (who funnily enough live in one street away from us in Tooting) to Almirante dock. It is possible to do this journey in public bus but ...

    Sailing to Panama

    A travel blog entry by tomellams on Aug 27, 2014

    ... whole lobster each with fish soup and salad! The day was really chilled.. reading and swimming until we left San Blas at 6ish heading for Panama. I had a brief stint at the wheel and headed to bed early. When I woke up, we were in Portobelo, a Panamanian port with a population of about 250, but historically very important (Portabelo roads named after it). We left the boat before 10am, had a massive breakfast and headed to Captain Jack's hostel for a first shower in 5 days! Dom, ...

    City Tour

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jun 21, 2014

    33 photos

    ... the Multicentro, we swapped buses to other loop to see the south eastern part of the city.

    We got of the bus to explore Panama Viejo which has the archaeological remains of the City of Panama built in 1589. This city was destroyed by pirates in 1671 and then rebuilt two years later in the present Old Town, Casco Viejo. It's now been declared a World Heritage Site but there is not much left to see apart from the foundations of a few buildings ...

    Shooting the Gap with the turtles

    A travel blog entry by colin on May 19, 2014

    37 photos

    ... put it "I'm so gay I **** rainbows") in the hostel who was booked on the same boat trip to Panama as me (it's either boat or plane, no road through the Darién Gap - too dangerous, it used to be a FARC stronghold and is still home to bandits and drug smugglers, etc), so we decided to make a joint assault on the journey to the boat. Food was purchased, water bottles filled, and alarm clocks set. It was a very busy time.

    On Friday morning ...

    Last stop Panama City

    A travel blog entry by vincethepince on May 17, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... lately. Even after their building has burned, some of the residents still refuse to leave. It is apparently a very politically sensitive issue. After walking around the neighbourhood including up to the president's house, we made our way back along the waterfront to our hotel. The sun was setting which made for many different colours in the sky. With the city in the background it made for some spectacular pictures. For supper we ate at the hotel restaurant ...