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... that shut up shop when I was still inside.
The walk back to my part of town took a detour as the carnival was shut. It closes between 2 and 5 so that bins can be emptied and fresh beers brought in. Seems kinda strange/a bad business model to kick everyone out like that. I'd have thought it'd be better to keep people contained than let them out into the otherwise quiet city for a few hours. This walk went past some really slummy looking ...
We had a long walk along the causeway in the morning. We walked down to the Frank Gehry Biodiversity Museum, which is now open - sort of. 40% open anyways. Construction began in 2004 . . . .and it costs $25 per person admission for adults. No thanks. We met a couple from Wisconsin who sold all their possessions and are now touring around. They have been to Paris, Ireland, spent 3 months in a condo in Ecuador ( in the middle of nowhere but it was on the ocean) and are now heading ...
... we started heading back to our hostel we went to see the Presidential Palace, also known as Palacio de Las Garzas. The presidential palace is the governmental office and residence of the President of Panama. Itīs called the palace of the herons because herons roam freely in the vestibule.
Of course, we didnīt forget to walk past La Merced Church which is considered to be a clear example of the baroque style in Panama. It was built in 1673 when the Panama City settlement ...
... me, but it's happy hour again so who cares. Had a couple of Mohitos for $8, then a couple of buskers started playing a rather ordinary version of The Beatles "Yesterday" with a trumpet and a guitar across the road, so it was time to leave.
Stopped at the little supermarket around the corner from Las Clementinas and bought a couple of cans of Coke, then back to the room. Poured myself another drink and played “Wish You Were Here” on Youtube - ...
Today was our "touring" day. We started the day, as usual, with a great breakfast from the Balboa Inn. Every day we have a choice of eggs with some kind of meat, cereal, bread, yogurt and fresh fruit.
Our tour guide for the day, Jeff, picked us up at 8:15am. We left for Gamboa, and were in the water by 9:00am. The boat ramp at Gamboa is in the Soberania National Forest. The ...