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Time to leave. I'm a bit sad! Time goes so quickly - it doesn't feel that long since we were arriving!! Time for our final journey as a group to our final destination - Panama City. We left at 8am, again in a private van (thank goodness - as public buses would require about 3 buses and a lot of faffing around). It was the same, usual journey. …
Panama City After a 3 hour rain delay, we were given umbrellas for the walk across the tarmac and grab a seat before they were all gone--OPEN SEATING!! I got a window at the back all to myself! While waiting at the airport, Nescafé coffee was $1US and snacks .75c Not thinking of a delay being possible, you'd think I would have clued in when a …
... and it turns out that I was correct – confirmed by the bridge once we made it up the 7 flights of stairs to check...there is a lift but with all the good food we have decided that it is best that we don’t use it!). They had turned off the engine due to a fuel leak, the ship sounded a lot quieter...time for a nap!
Pretty much a full day of sun, so lots of lazing around in the cabin and on the deck was done, and some taking pictures of the sea. I managed to burn ...
... etc. so watch for something Monday night. I GUARANTEE that there will be photos you do not want to miss! I hear they are some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
I am also including one photo I forgot to upload earlier, a picture of Key West as we flew over it. Good memories there so I needed to include in here.
Love to you all and I'll post more on Monday night!
... later found out was a Agouti. It looked like a cross between a weasel, a hamster, and a possum.
Ah, dinner time at last! We went back to the Amador causeway to the restaurant called Pinca's. They arranged a table that was large enough to accommodate all of us and kept us by ourselves in our own room which was probably smart thinking on their part. Most of us decide to splurge on a drink and I decide to try the 'Panama' beer. It is a light beer ...