Courtyard Panama Multiplaza
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Up at 5am, showered and breakfasted, we boarded the bus to head to the airport. We arrived so early that we beat the airport staff to opening the gates. It was fairly painless to check our bags and board the plain and soon we were winging it back to Panama City.
Upon our arrival there we retrieved our bags and boarded a full size …
... but I'm sceptical we have been undercharged and ask the guy again. It was suppose to be about $60pp to get to the boat tomorrow but he only charged us $60. So I asked was that for both and he said 'yeah amigo'. Not going to argue anymore, we take the receipt we can barely read and ask about breakfast etc. he tells us pancakes should be good to go at 0500 and we can cook enough for breakky plus more for the trip to the boat. I'm thinking if I have a spare plastic bag, I can fill it ...
... provide food. When they asked if I wanted chicken or beef and I said chicken, I was a bit surprised to open the wrapper and find a hotdog with all the fixings. We were also given Doritos, packaged cookies and red wine. I'm not sure any food groups were covered with this meal/snack and was glad we grabbed something before we left. Panama City has an entirely different feel from all of the other cities we have been to. The ocean is lined with 50 story or more glass ...
... poor, and there were some colourful characters rambling about, but we felt pretty safe. It is certainly a photographer's heaven!
Then we slowly made our way back to our hotel along the causeway which stretches around the bay. Bicyclists, runners, families, everyone was just sauntering along the path which goes right from the old city past the fish market (whew - we don't even know how to describe the smell along there, especially at low tide), through ...
... the original town - Panama Viejo (“old Panama”). Two years later in 1673 the Spanish rebuilt the city on the other side of Bahia de Panama, the current site of Casco Antiguo.
The walking tour was interesting, helped by the fact that the map included in the guide was accompanied by a written explanation of each of the sites. The first stop was the Presidential Palace which unfortunately I couldn’t access as there were barriers and soldiers armed ...