Country Inn & Suites Panama
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... Left the others and stumbled on the dodgier part of the old town, much more run down so I went to the bug supermarket there, tried four cash machines but no joy. Then went back and met Ivo and couple and got taxi to Panama Canal. We watched a massive cargo ship go through the canal - very cool! Then watched movie on construction then walked round museum. Random mini aquarium on second floor of museum. Went to leave then realised had lost ...
... and all kind of forms. On my first day in Panama City I went directly to the mercado de mariscos. Fresh fish in all thinkable ways of preparation. I had ceviche...of course. And it is sooo good there. A walk in the old town and in the evening a little meet up with my encounter from Boquette, Marco, who was in town for some business. The hostel is also pretty amazing. It s an old villa, high ceilings, huge rooms and an amazing view over the sea and "little ...
... Two of the hostel owners are young women from Venezuela who were lovely and we got to know during our time there. The first night we were there the hostel put on a group dinner as one of the guests was a chef. That was great fun- we ate and drank and ended up downstairs practicing our salsa moves. Whilst in Panama we obviously went and saw the canal, which impressed us both. I'll allow Jules and his more engineering savvy mind to provide further details. We also ...
... from there we spotted a real sloth in the distance!! Unfortunately it was not as lazy at one would expect. As everyone got there cameras ready it had moved behind a tree. In the evening had a movie night. First we watched a Panamanian movie full of cultural clichés. Subsequently we talked about what we had noticed and compared our observations with what we had experienced in Panama so far. Afterwards we saw a movie called “Crash” ...
... We had a great time spending the day with everyone! We are so thankful to be learning and growing in Christ with each other and especially with the kids!
Dinner was interesting. We went to a restaurant called, La Boca, (The Mouth). The staff at the restaurant spoke no English. We were blessed by Elizabeth's ability to translate. Most of the youth had hamburgers, Elizabeth had Corvina, ...