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June 11, 2008
Panama City, Panama
Panama beer - $.60
McDonalds Big Mac sandwich - $2.80
After our stay on the San Blas Island we take a van from the coast to Panama City, which takes about 3 hours; partly because of the bad road and partly because of the stops we made. The van driver drops the other passengers off at Zuly's …
... even sit on. Live and learn.
Sam Jackson had elected to have his "Kids' Day" in Panama City, and he actually spent more time than usual planning for it. The first item on this agenda was a family game of basketball in our apartment building's sport court. Unfortunately, it started pouring down rain as soon as we set foot outside. The kids decided to jump in the pool instead, while Mommy and Daddy worked out in the gym. They played a couple of hours if Minecraft ...
... with the weather it is a little cooler than our last transit only about 30c with some haze making it feel fresher. There will still be some very red people tomorrow though! We pass by the work going on for the new locks and enlarged canal and whilst there is a lot of activity when you actually see it you can see what an enormous undertaking it is. There is no official finish date, and already a year ...
... One hour on the converted school bus and we were in David, where we wandered the bustling station, trying to figure out where to get tickets for our overnight journey to Panama City. When we finally found the ticket booth we discovered that the only bus not already sold out was the 11PM, so we were really fortunate to get a ride at all. Man if all of those buses were booked we would've been in trouble! With tickets finally in hand we spent another ten minutes ...
... most towns have a tourist information centre. All tourist 'offices' are travel agents or tour operators.
We are very pleased to have brought our travel kettle for tea and coffee in the room. None of our rooms had electric kettles, there was a coffeemaker in only 2 rooms.
In Panama we could buy fresh milk, in the other countries we could only ding Uht or coffee creamer. The water from the taps are potable, so we do not have to ...