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Travel Blogs from Colon
... and bodies. Then we arrived at our hotel that has A/C (which is the first time since we arrived here in Panama!), and went to a Colombian restaurant for dinner. Also there was an ice cream store next to our restaurant, so we went there afterwards. Now we are all are ready to sleep, and spend our very last day of adventure in Panama before going back to America on Tuesday!
... you to one of their gods! However, instead of putting a curse on me she just presented a large bucket and proceeded to open her make-shift shop, laying out mola after mola, bracelets and other small items she had hand-made. All very colourful but mostly hideous and very tacky. I didn’t want to buy anything, I only had $6 in my pocket anyway. As my Spanish wasn’t quite up to scratch I had to make my best efforts to communicate with her and indicate I was ...
... forts and
castles to use as construction filler.
A sleepy little town with 5 Chinese stores which feels like a
luxury after no shops for so long. You can also get laundry done, gasoline and
visit the main tourist attraction ( apart from fort exploring), which is the
statue of the "Black Christ" of Portobello. This wooden statue of Jesus of Nazereth lives in the Church of San Felipe de Portobello
Being so far from home got us all ...
This is a clarification travelpod... it seems that I confused a number of people by referring to Prego-Lara in my last post!! That was referring to me, dressed up as Lara in the future. We all picked characters of Lara, in the past, the present, or the future. So, we had 5 year old Fiji Lara, Present-Day law student Lara, and a few future Lara's (one of which was pregnant)... So, while I did dance a few numbers ...
... there were at least a dozen ships waiting to cross Gatun Locks in the opposite direction. I imagine Pacific-bound vessels are allowed through for a certain period of time, then the direction changes to accommodate Atlantic-bound ships.
The helipad closed after we made our way into Gatun Lake. Crew said it would reopen on our approach to the next lock in a few hours. I headed back to the buffet at 9:59 for my second breakfast. My GPS indicated we were sailing at a top speed of ...