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

        Another day at sea

        A travel blog entry by winnied on Jan 15, 2016

        3 comments

        Not much to report. Had my first book group session. We are discussing Light between the Oceans. I've already read this for my home book group. It's fun to hear these people talk about their homes. Everyone is older, but have fascinating perspectives. Tonight we celebrated a dinner table couple's 47th anniversary with champagne and scotch sundaes. …

        Leaving Colombia after all

        A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Oct 17, 2015

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        ... still a bit of a blur and the future completely open. Well, not completely... But enough to focus on the present, in which I am sailing the Caribbean on my way to some tropical island, called Coco Bandero. And to the San Blas archipielago tomorrow. Wondering how I will appreciate Central America and worrying a little about which way to take out of Mexico. I hear the northeast is still a bit unsafe. That is a pitty, because driving to New Orleans and then to Colorado where Karen has ...

        Through the Panama Canal!

        A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Nov 15, 2014

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        ... start with, mosquito borne diseases of yellow fever, malaria and dengue fever, not to mention snake bites, landslides, and the other tropical rain forest hazards. The Norwegian Star is known as a Panmax ship being at the maximum dimensions (965 x 106 feet) to fit the locks, originally sized and future proofed easily to accommodate smaller ships such as the Titanic, and US battleships! There are lots of Panmax ships now; container carriers and cruise liners dominating this ...

        Sailing to Panama

        A travel blog entry by tomellams on Aug 27, 2014

        ... I spent most of the day there, along with Jeff and Hernando, drinking and watching a really long storm (which was the reason we didn't leave earlier). By 6pm, we decided we needed to brave the storm and make our move. We caught a first bus to Colon and then a second to Panama City. From there Dom departed while Jan and I made our way to our hostel. We spent the evening having a few beers and some street food in the Old Town, which other than the biggest brothel in Panama is really ...

        Sloths and skycrapers

        A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Aug 11, 2014

        50 photos

        ... br> The next stop was Panama City, which turned out to be one of our favourite places in Central America. We started our sightseeing by heading to the old town, a fascinating mix of beautifully restored old houses turned into boutique hotels and restaurants as well as unrestored buildings housing huge local families who use the streets as their living room. It was a beautiful area with several monuments to the builders of the canal and several lovely churches.We had lunch in the ...