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... book about his time in Panama, which we politely declined to buy.
When the time finally passed, we boarded our ferry for our trip towards the canal. Fortunately Panama was a lot cooler than Colombia. Ted and I found a good place to sit on the top deck as we headed towards the Gatun locks. Hearing the history of the country and the canal itself was actually very interesting, such as how the USA grudgingly handed control of it back to the Panamanians, as well as ...
... I did indeed see an extensive gated community exclusively for Arab families, which included new schools and mosques in addition to modern housing. Surrounding this one community were several others where anyone could buy or rent, and several more being built. These lovely communities were only a few miles away and yet worlds apart from what I saw in downtown Colon.
... train to Colón when Roger was driving. They asked why we had to ride the train when we could just bus... Once they boarded, we didn’t hear another word. The train cars made us feel like we were going to Hogwarts. The seats were so big and puffy you just sink into them. Once we were moving Kenny said we could “check out the balcony”. A lady came by with some coffee and Julie and I took some (the coffee is phenomenal here and I am NOT a coffee drinker) ...
After taking a boat back to the dock, we moved on to the town of Portobelo. A small fishing town, it used to be the center of commercial movement in Panama for Spain. We visited the beautiful forts, with cannons still intact, and the famous "black jesus" (no joke that is actually what it was called). We meandered through the town, meeting people, talking to vendors, petting monkeys. I would say it was an incredible day.
... a taxi to the bus station and arrived in time for the 9am departure. However, there weren't enough passengers yet, so we had to wait 50 minutes for the bus to fill up. Then we were off. The bus ride took about 4 and a half hours to Monteria. We stopped at the bus station, and Barrie ran off to the loo. While he was gone the bus moved, I told them my friend was missing but off we went on a wee tour of the terminal and parked elsewhere. There ...