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Our hotel is absolutely lovely and the service is outstanding. We enjoyed a leisurely breakfast of fresh juice, french toast with roasted pineapple and incredible coffee. Armed with our map, we headed off for a walking tour of the historic old city. It's a relatively small geographic area and easily navigated in a few hours. We visited the plaza where Bolivar negotiated the independence of Latin America from Spain. Then Independence Square ...
... new canal.
Herman the German WWII crane which will no doubt still be working in another 50 years.
Passing cargo ships going the other way it took us an hour to ...
... as a river suddenly appeared on the street. After the storm the air was slightly cooler and fresher.
N.B. On boxing day we leave early for San Blas and spend 4 nights on a 56 foot catamaran Jacqueline.
There will be no blog updates nor text messages till New Year's eve.
... the runway. The flight attendants way of handling the situation was to turn the lights off and hide - perhaps thinking if we couldn't see them maybe we'd forget we were still sitting on the tarmac.
Once we finally made it into the terminal, we were meet with chaos at Panama airport. Every flight was delayed, the entire airport shut down (our connecting flight we thought we had missed by a good 8hrs never left). People had been at the airport for hours, in some ...
... Dalos. The good news was I never saw her again. The boat had enough people on it that I was able to avoid her the entire rest of the trip. So I am not writing this blog from a Panamanian jail.
We boarded the boat, in what can only be described by one word, finally. It was after 10:00. The guide began letting us know where the bathrooms were and where the continental brunch was being held. I skipped the grub at this point because I was already taking pictures and because I ...