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We have decided today to not plan anything. Just take a drive and when we see something we like Ellie and I can go explore it and take some pics.
On are way driving to Manzanillo we saw this couple hitch hiking. They seemed to very tired and hot. So we decided to pick them up and ...
... and said "lets go...lets go!!!"
The boy stayed close and Dan was walking alongside too.
Luc talks to everybody on the beach...... sitting up high on papas shoulders .... waves to each person and says Ola....sometimes, saying "lets play papa". "These people seem really nice!!!"Lots of little crabs on this beach. Not much in the way of shells though. We still go looking everyday. Its raining right now. Has been for a good hour or so. Hoping ...
... at 5:00, abs class at 5:30, then back to cabin for showers and drinks. Dinner again at 8:00. We skipped the show since we had to get up early this morning, the clocks were advanced one hour (meaning we lost an hour of sleep), and the ship was rocking and rolling (36-40 mph head winds plus 12-16 foot swells. Our first clue of trouble was that at the head of every stairwell was a container of barf ...
After an incredibly scenic drive through the highlands of Panama towards the coast, we arrived at Almirente, the access to Bocas del Toro and an exceedingly depressing sort of place (it had about as much charm as Bruma Lake). Besides willing locals who weren't shy to dive into the muddy waters to fetch my sunglasses (which went rogue while boarding a water taxi), the small town of Almirente really doesn't have a hell of a lot to offer the world.
... leaves and get us to smell, feel or taste them (I’m not as good at that as I thought I would be). Once we got to his house he quickly changed in to long red rugby socks (to the knees) and a pair of the biggest (foot size) wellies I have ever seen – for the snakes you see…. I was very glad to be wearing shorts and walking shoes, not.
Like all the guides we’ve had wandering round some of this country’s parks ...