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OK... it is almost surreal that we reached our turnaround point today!! We have literally planned this for over a year and exhausted every scenario that could occur in which we would not be able to make it here...tropical storms, hurricanes, mudslides, injuries, bike breaking down etc . I think you get the picture! But we have been so lucky and …
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, …
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 …
The final stop! Casco Viejo today, the Canal tomorrow, and then home! What a trip. IŽll flesh out these entries a bit when I get home and am not paying by the hour at some slow-as-molasses internet cafe. Update from home: We crossed the Bridge of the Americas on our way into Panama City. That afternoon, it was off to the old city, Casco Viejo, home …
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