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... over the next few days. But....... unfortunately, I get struck down with a shocking illness. I knew it was going to happen sooner or later. I had been feeling a bit yuck the last few weeks, had a few symptoms that my meds weren't working anymore and knew it was only a matter of time before I hit a wall. I guess 30 hours of vomiting is enough to blow anyone's immune system to shreds! So hence came the next week of rest, bed and a chance to stream Game ...
... We wore 50spf sunscreen all day and I think we managed a base tan without burning!
3. Locals don't wear shorts often so we thought we would try to be less touristy and wear pants. I didn't think about the fact that I'm fair skinned AND blonde. I stuck out like a sore thumb. Screw the pants, I'm wearing shorts tomorrow!!
Off to to dinner and then most likely bed. I still need to catch up on sleep.
... nodded and quickly passed on.
I thought I might cut short the journey back a little, as it was still very warm and humid, although more cloudy here. However I had a bit of difficulty trying to locate the Cinco de Mayo metro station and the neighbourhood started to look a bit grim, so I gave that up as a bad job and decided to simply walk along the sea front again. I had quite enjoyed that earlier and did actually want to have a look at the landscape as I approached ...
... time outside but we pop in and out to watch proceedings and take photos. We've ordered in room breakfast, along with half the ship looking at the trays outside doors later on, so we spend until 10am quiz watching proceedings, by which time we are in Gatun Lake. The whole Canal transit is amazing, the engineering to make the thing in the first place and then the labour intensive process of getting us through the locks, from the men in a rowboat coming out with lines, to the ...
... car, so maybe David is a bit late. Besides, it's Island Time. Ok. We decided that if he didn't show by 7:30 we would walk the 25 minutes to town as the boat was supposed to leave by 8am.
This whole thing was a little fishy. David seemed confident that we would be able to find a room on the island, even though we did not call ahead, and seemed equally confident that he or "another boat" would come get us the next day - ahhh, for another $25 per person, making this ...