Crowne Plaza Panama
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... us back to the resort. panama city is actually a pretty cool looking city. evident divide between the higher end and lower end neighbourhoods, and lots of windy, congested streets. they're in the process of building an underground metro though. the skyline and parks are great. and there are malls a-plenty. it's not surprising that many americans and canadians are actually retiring down this way; central american charm with many north american ...
... 10am, then took a quick spin around Casco in the Clementinas golf cart. Nothing I hadn't seen before, but a lot cooler being driven around than walking it. Confirmed my flight to Fort Lauderdale tomorrow is still on time, and booked a jetboat tour of the Everglades for the day after. I was supposed to call the tour operator to find out my pick up time, but just kept getting static at the end of the line, so sent them an email instead which I hope works out.
Headed out ...
... fish under one roof and that the resulting smell doesn't need describing. For the next couple of hours we successfully navigated our way around the impressive buildings and monuments of Casco Viejo. It's a world heritage site for a reason and there are both decrepit and restored parts along the way, with a host of cathedrals and statues. We were denied the chance to see the presedential palace as he appeared to be at home, but captured some great photos ...
... I didnīt know much about it before and never realized how important and how skillful it was to create. Apparently the idea of the canal was thought up all the way back in the 16th century, and itīs incredible to think over 100 years ago some French guy thought to dredge a big gap through the country and it would be pretty damn useful. We made in time to see a cargo ship from China pass through which from a distance really doesnīt look that big ...
We're still going through the process of booking our Canal passage. We have been 'admeasured' ,but it wasn't so painful. A Canal officer/ Admeasurer came on board (we had to move to a particular station, near buoys 4-6) and asked about the draft,length,fuel & water capacity and material the boat was made from . He didn't have a box for ferro-cement. It's getting harder to transit the Canal as a small craft vessel. The fees are increasing constantly ...