Las Huacas Hotel And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Erika dropped us off at the train station to catch the Capitol Corridor and onto BART, which got us to SFO. Being conservative, we had a bit of a wait there, but the fact that the International Terminal houses its own art museum helped. Took the red eye to Mexico City where we spent most of our 4 hour layover figuring out how to transfer to our Copa flight to Panama. Once we got to the Hotel Centroamericano, Pam crashed while Dave explored the neighborhood, which is ...
... started the construction of the Canal in 1881 but had to stop because of engineering problems and high mortality due to disease - it's in the middle of the jungle. The US took over the project in 1904 and the Canal was then opened in 1914. In 1999, the Panamian Government took over control of the Canal and are constructing a new set of wider locks, due to open this year. Via the Canal, it now takes a ship ...
... conceived idea's were, safe, very clean (absolutely no rubbish lying around) historical sites, even the leaves and twigs had been raked up. The people were exceptionaly friendly and helpful to us.
Countries boarding on first world are Mexico, Costa Rica and Panama.
Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua were more between 2nd and 3rd world countries.
Their roads are poor, rubbish lying around, public transport, shops and ...
... to replenish in any meaningful way being in Tahiti. So basically we will need to provision for between 50-60 days which is a challenge of considerable proportions. As a Beer in Tahiti is $5 each (spirits are off the scale) and a can of beer here is 50c it also makes sense to stock up on the alcohol (for the crew of course).
So for those joining us in the islands investigate whether you can take or purchase some Duty Free into your ...
2 1/2 Months without each other, 24hour flights from 2 different locations, reunited at Panama City Airport, big hugs, a few pinches to make sure it was real, finally back together, best day ever, whisked into a van, Luke's board in the car, Lynchy's very brown, Luke very white, lots of kisses, check into our hotel, explore Panama, Jet Lag kicking in, walk to the edge of the old town, taxi back, nap for a few hours, room service, best burger ever, rooftop cervesas, out ...