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... 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 ...
... up it was an interesting and enjoyable experience. I was struck by the fact that the canal has been open three months short of 100 years, but they made the locks so big. They wouldn't have dreamed of ships as big as they are now, so it was really majorly over-engineered for its time (6).
Duncan and Ruth were great hosts, and I can now better understand the allure of sailing the world. I will be following their blog with interest, ...
... the dessert shop and try it out. Alina's was the place. They served strawberries n cream, blackberries n cream, homemade ice cream, wine and a few other little things. Greg got the blackberry ice cream which was very fresh and I got strawberries, blackberries and cream. The whipped cream was homemade and the fruit was locally grown and picked. It was the best dessert I've had in a very long time. The wine was also made local. We tried a little but and ...
We got to sleep in a bit today as we had a later than planned departure. Initially we were supposed to take public busses to Boquete but for $10 each we could take private transport and save a lot of time. The public busses would involve doing some backtracking then multiple transfers. It would have taken at least 10 hours as opposed to the 5 if we went direct with private transport. The saved time can be used for activities and we have already ...
... At 3474 metres, it's Panama's only volcano and highest point, and the highest point Sam and I have ever been to. The trek from our hostel to the summit was 21 km each way, with a rise of over 2 kms in altitude. So it was steep - real steep. To be honest, just walking 21 kms in a day seemed like more than I could do, but add in such a steep incline, and I knew I wasn't fit enough. On the other hand, I was told that the best sunrise in Panama could be had from the summit, ...