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... the jeep has no power steering). In addition to be good to look at, he was very informative about flora, fauna, history and coffee, but I’m jumping ahead.
We showed up at the office at 8am to start our day. There were four of us in the jeep plus Jorge and we headed out. We followed the steep and winding roads to the peaks of the local mountains and enjoyed fantastic views plus a little waterfall – very cool. After about 2ish ...
... ride to David. Our bags were put on the roof this time and we sat there with our fingers crossed that the clouds in the distance wouldn't mean rain... luckily it remained clear and dry. With a quick change to old American school bus in the terminal in David, we commenced our 1 hour journey to Boquete.
We got a room at Refugio del Rio, it was probably the last private one left and it's only available for 2 nights so ...
... cover it all. There is the on board advisor, the maintenance of the canal, the line handlers on the side of the canal, running the launches to deliver and pick up the advisors, etc. The cost of a boat over 50 feet is about $1300. Apparently the big ships subsidise the small yachts. Also compulsory on the boat was a sun shade and bottled water for the advisor.
5 There were three of the these cranes, the USA got one, the Soviets ...
... in by the promise of free accommodation..... Until we saw the accommodation. The hostel was much further out of town than expected. It was virtually empty of guests, we didn't see anybody but staff the whole time we were there. However, they still weren't able to offer us a proper room. Instead we were offered the "volunteer room", which was literally just a bunk bed in the kitchen. No privacy and nowhere safe to store our bags. And our host, who was to direct our work and ...
Woke up at 7am, arghhhh I want my bed back!!! Packed and then headed for brekkie at El Pirata. Last wander in Bocas town - not my favourite place of the trip despite being number one in the lonely planet. Amazing beaches but the town is very littered and touristy and Panamanians not that friendly I have to admit! 3hr private bus to Boquete rather than 8hr public ...
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