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Travel Blogs from Panama City
I was travelling to Panama to meet Marc as he'd been travelling slowly down the continent to wait for me to go to South America. We were going to catch a boat over, and take 4 or 5 days to sail there via group of islands called the San Blas Islands.
The bus journey was horrendous....I left at midday and got to the border at around 6pm, …
The city is amazing. I really like it. There is the modern part with all the skyscrapers, more than half of them still being built at the moment. During the last five years alot of construction work has started. The Trump Tower is nearly finished and will be the tallest one in Central America. The twisted tower will also soon be finished.
From Boquete we travelled in a cramped minivan to Santa Catalina on the Pacific Coast. Our hotel was run (or over-run?!) by Germans and was about 5 miles outside the town so they put on a shuttle for us. All very nice, apart from the fact that our German driver insisted on drinking at least 2 beers every journey! The town of Santa Catalina is very …
On Saturday, we have a long, full day of travel from San Jose to Bocas del Toro in Panama. We're warned that previous tours have had up to a 3 hour long delay at Panamanian customs but they must have simplified things because we all sailed through, they didn't even ask for the $5 entry for non-Europeans. The border crossing is a bit strange in that …
Now, it was onto the 2 week tour. We met up with the GAP Tour group in San Jose, Costa Rica for a couple of weeks going overland down to Panama City. For us it meant the brain wouldn't need to be very engaged for a bit- someone else could do the translation and thinking for a while. We didn't really know what to expect, but the group of people …
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed