Cabanas Cholita

Isla Grande, Colón, Colon, Panama | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Isla Grande, Col├│n, Colon, is near Gatun Locks, Fort San Lorenzo, Isla Grande, and Panama Canal Railway.
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    Travel Blogs from Colon

    Colon: The "Other Side" of Panama

    A travel blog entry by rpelletier2014 on Aug 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... horrifying realization came together for me. Yvette attended a segregated school in the Canal Zone until middle school, when desegregation was ordered. In case you are reading this and thinking “1954, Brown vs. Board of Education,” you are a few years off. Desegregation of these schools began in 1975 and was completed in 1979, at the same time as the Canal Zone's ...

    An unforgettable 4th of July in Panamá

    A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jul 04, 2014

    5 comments, 253 photos

    ... way-side and its buildings and communities fell into extreme poverty. The visual appearance of the city is not appealing (to most... I LOVED it...) but it was teeming with culture! It gave me goosebumps... It had a life and heritage all its own and I could feel it pulsing from the people, buildings, street vendors, and children all around us in the bus. The people here are almost (I would be willing to bet) 100% afri-caribe˝os... African-Carribeans. They are the ...

    Portobelo: more than a mushroom. :)

    A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jun 02, 2014

    15 photos

    ... calling.
    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.

    I ...

    Shooting the Gap with the turtles

    A travel blog entry by colin on May 19, 2014

    37 photos

    ... up a lot of stairs in the jungle up to a small border post at 774m where our passport details were taken down and some of us had a good laugh with one of the guards. Then it was down the hill to La Miel, though we still weren't officially in Panama as our passports weren't stamped. In La MIel our passports were looked at again to make sure our exit stamps from Colombia were ok. Then it was off to the duty-free store where most of the ...

    Last night before the Panama Canal

    A travel blog entry by munchkins on May 11, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... in the afternoon we had taken the reefs out of the mainsail, but now that it was dark and the wind was increasing, I was growing more and more uncomfortable with the amount of sail we had out. Time to roll in some of the Genoa, this I did without waking Kim, who had drifted off to sleep on the cockpit seat. But of course if needed she would awake and be ready to help with whatever was needed. That was the job of the person on "standby".

    The sun ...