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After flying out of Santiago on the 17th of October we arrived back in London for 1 day before continuing our travels to South America. We set up camp in Amish's flat (aka the Pillow Palace) and spent the day abusing his washing machine, watching BBC news, and the odd episode of come dine with me.
That evening we said one final …
... laughed at him and told him I had come here for $8. I probably should’ve gone even lower on the price. As I walked away, he grumbled softly “OK, I’ll take you for $10.”
There is much more to see in Casco Viejo. I hope I get to return before I leave. You can really feel the colonial history in the French and Spanish architecture. It is nice to know and see that they are doing so much restoration of these beautiful buildings.
I went to bed last night late after writing the blog and couldn't sleep. I was frozen and put on the one pair of long yoga pants I had and a thermal shirt and was shivering like crazy and then I proceeded to spend the entire night in the bathroom. I almost took a picture of my tummy. It looked like I was 5 months pregnant. SOOO bloated. It felt as if lots of the world's strongest men were giving indian burns to my intestines... That is all I could picture... I ...
... Tonight we have a traditional panamanian dinner and a folkloric dance show that I am very excited about. This weekend I think we are going on a Volcano tour as well. :) We will see.
I can't wait to get to know Panama and make it my home. :)
Also, we took a short tour around the city our first week. We went first to an area of town called Panama Viejo. It means "Old Panama", and was the first ...
... capacity will allow for Post Panamax ships to pass through the canal, carrying up to 15,000 shipping containers. The mind just boggles……
And if you didn’t know, there are Chinese plans in progress to create a second canal joining the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean, this time through Nicaragua. This is going to pass through one of Nicaragua’s natural lake systems Lake Nicaragua and likely to cause irreparable damage to ...
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