Las Huacas Hotel And Suites
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... sun also decided to come out as we came to our first island of the trip. A gorgeous small island with palm trees and golden sand. It didn't take us long to all jump into the water for a cool down. The water was so warm and refreshing, what we needed after 2 days on the boat. That night we had dinner and went to bed early in preparation of tomorrows island activities. Monday 26th Nov Everyone was up at 8am as after breakfast we were moving to a different island. The sun ...
... daunting to say the least. I felt like Indiana Jones staring down yet another booby-trapped, savage-filled tunnel, only less confident and far less rugged. And without a good quality whip. But the ticket was booked and so Panama City it was.
I landed in Panama City and was immediately ripped off by the taxi driver for the trip to the hostel. God I missed Bazz and Edge so much in that moment! The first night ...
... but the boat was full. So I contacted my other Face book friend Michael, and he came and picked me up from the dock and took me to his friends apartment on the 33rd floor overlooking panama city and its coastline. It reminded me a lot of Miami, but not as clean obviously. We hang around for a while and then drove through a flood to a local Panamanian restaurant. I ordered the Panamanian special and eat all local foods on one plate. It was Delicious! lots of meat, ...
... spectaculaire. Le retour s'est fait accompagné des chiens qui habitent les gigantesques domaines le long d'une rue haute en richesse. Un jus extraordinaire et la dégustation d'une mangue venant de tomber de l'arbre ont ajouté au moment parfait. Nous sommes revenus à la pénombre et le tableau parfait s'est conclu avec une fanfare de nuit qui rassemblait tous les jeunes de la vallée.
Le lendemain matin, nous étions tout fiers de prendre l'autobus coloré du village ...
We only had a few hours available this morning so Tony (our guide from Friday) picked us up at 7am and took us on a tour around Casco Viejo (the old city).
Casco Viejo is the historic district of Panama City. Completed and settled in 1673, it was built following the near-total destruction of the original Panamá city in 1671 which was attacked by pirates. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking