Bocas Paradise Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Babysitting service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... water in 10 minutes. That is what the locks are filled with from the lake. The ships are raised some 20-30 meters in three steps. It is impressive. An average of 37 ships a day, the biggest during daylight. Little locs keep the ships away from the sides, they use their own power. Special pilots take command of the ships. This is my Panama highlight. I am planning to drive through the country in just a few days, because it seems Costa ...
... and was the most familiar with the area and local authorities. He came over and asked me a few questions, immediately diagnosing it as Dengue Fever. He’d been there and gotten the T-shirt. We decided to go to the local clinic but not before I managed to pass out again, this time with my head going into in the loo. Hey now, that’s a joyful experience I never foresaw- at least they found ...
We've been here for a whopping day and a half but we all agree it feels like a week since we left. We lived an awful lot in that first 24 hours. We drove four hours to the airport (while so stressed/worried we would miss our flight that dinner consisted of a gas station lunchable) then flew 3 hours on a plane so tight that our knees held our chins, took a taxi at 2AM to a second airport (where our driver nearly vaporized a wandering capybara on the road: check out the picture if ...
... we set a course of 193 degrees and headed for Porvenir in the San Blas Islands. Leaving 12 hours after us from Jamaica was another new sailing friend Dave, sailing solo on his yacht Anahata.
All was going well until day three. "Dave" was sailing fast at times breaking 11knots on the GPS and our average speed was just on 7knots at this time. Late in the afternoon of day three the seas became more lumpy, as we were in an area where there were some ...
... from ear to ear. Marie even managed to make some food during the day. As the wind got even worse, Jan decided to change course and head for some islands off the coast of Colombia so that the last part it wouldn't be as rough. So in the evening we reached these islands and the waves immediately got less intens. This helped a lot to get some sleep on the 2nd night. We woke up in the morning and we had arrived already in the port of Cartagena with views of the old part of the city ...