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... canal being built by the Chinese in Nicaragua. Nobody is really forthcoming with information about that.
Tomorrow we will be in Colombia for the day.
Panama Canal facts:
The Panama Canal is approximately 80 kilometres long between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. This waterway was cut through one of the narrowest saddles of the isthmus that joins North and South America. The canal uses a system of locks, which are compartments with entrance and exit ...
Somehow Michael and I ended up in first class flying to Panama City! Neither of us had ever flown first class so we were pretty excited. I probably should have felt a little more guilty watching my parents walk to the back of the plane... But we got in and met Rebecca at the airport then set out to try to navigate through the city. I thought driving though the city wouldn't be too bad but there was hardly a street sign. We made many wrong turns and ended up in some ...
... hotel, two hostels, three pools, and a hundred or so crazy people in bathers drinking and partying the day away! Unfortunately for me though, my amazing weekend turned out to be not so great after someone spiked my drink before we'd even left our hostel. Yay for me! I missed out on the best part, which was the resort hotel pool, drawing a complete blank on about four hours of my day! All I remember is throwing up at some point. Eventually I woke up around sunset, sans hangover, ...
... Clementinas, Casco Antiguo, Panama City
I was awake at. 5.30 but spent half an hour lying in bed watching the pink dawn light filter through the curtains. I was down at reception by 6.20, as was my driver. I'd asked Marben yesterday how much the fare should be and he said between $12-17 - even the official taxis here don't have metres - and as the driver quoted $15 I didn't try to haggle. There wasn't time for breakfast so we got an early start and headed off through the ...
... of the gates. I also got a chance to sit in the captain’s seat, since this process is quite slow. It takes approximately 20 minutes to go through each lock, because the water descends very slowly. We waved to the people on the observation deck, where I had been just days before.
When the last gate closed behind us, I looked up and marveled at the sight behind us. The next ship, a freight ship, was just entering the last lock and looked like it ...