Country Inn & Suites Panama
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... now and then it would rain for a little bit so we had to keep going inside again. The rain stopped long enough for dinner back down at the fish market for ceviche and whole sea bass. We weren't sure if we would head to the Valle or not but our decision was made for us when we found out our hostel was booked out. After trying hard not to wake everyone else up in our room, we slipped out to find a cab to the bus station for our 1 night adventure away from the city. ...
Day 7, Part 1 - Touristy stuff in the city
My day started when I was picked up at my hotel by Ms. Sonia and Carlos. Ms. Sonia is a family friend of my friend Yvette, who took me out to show me some more sights in Panama City, tell me many stories of Panamanian history, and take me up to the Atlantic side of the country to see the city of Colón and the Gatun Locks expansion project.Our first stop was El Cerro de Ancón (Ancon Hill). At the top of ...
... The two big ships together had to pay 200,000$ to pass and the sailingboats 3200$ together. The cheapest fare was a guy who swam through and he had to pay something like 37 cents. We also learned that many many workers from the carribean island, india and china came over to build the canal. This explains the ethnic diversity here, we recognised earlier and which differs from other countries we visited. While ...
... ALL traffic in my case! We zipped and zagged( with helmets and safety in mind) to practice. I was joined by Greg, a grade 7/8 teacher from Philly and his wife Adrian, a school psychologist. Our tour began around the old fortified city, the second settlement in Panama City, after the original was attacked by Morgan and flattened to the ground. Beautiful structures with a strong French influence as they were the original group to try to build a canal. We then "segwayed" our way ...
... didn't help. Their alarm hadn't even gone off! At all!
They all made it down to breakfast by 8:45 shockingly. Almost all of them chose fruit loops over the fruit and sausage... Lol creature comforts...
At 9 Roger picked us up in our private mini air-conditioned bus. Luxury travel! We headed to the canal.
I had planned to talk to the kids about keeping their eyes up and out of the bus windows, and not down on their phones... It was SUCH a ...