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We left Cusco early AM, had a short layover in Lima and about 4-5 hours in the El Salvador airport before departing for Panama City. We did get to see the last few games of Djokovich over Federer and the first three sets of Nadal and Murray (US Open) while sipping pilsners and having dinner at the El Salvador airport.
We arrived late at …
... Lake Atitlan and Volcano in Guatemala, Isla de Ometepe in Nicaragua and Barra de Santiago in El Salvador.
You will note this blog post is lacking the usual photos, because at the moment our laptop is sailing across the ocean (not literally we hope!), locked in the van, so we have had to resort to a public pc which cannot cope with USB connections. We will try to correct this when reunited. This also explains the curious lack of punctuation, as most of the keys donÝt work ...
... driver who looked over 16 years old. Anyway the lost and found was an awesome experience and met some really cool people. While there we got up to some really cool ****. The first full day we went hiking up through the cloud forest on the hostels orienteering course with a couple of other backpackers. This was really cool and six hours later we got back to the hostel and claimed our prize. It ended up being a tequila shot which wasnt as good. The next day with a few of the others ...
Panama City definitely wears the influence of US on it's sleeve with the US Dollar as it's currency, a city skyline of skyscrapers and giant flashy shopping malls. It is not without charm however and my introduction to Central America was a pleasant one. After yet another delayed flight from Peru, just three people exited the airport from my flight as the rest of the (rather stressed) passengers were transitting to the US. ...
... area): $US 11 per person - we shared a minivan with another girl. Private taxi are reported to be $US 30.
El Congrejo to Metropolitan park: paid $US 5, hotel said should of been 3
El Congrejo to Albrook Bus terminal: paid $US 4 - on par
El Congrejo to Miraflores - Panama Canal: paid $US 8 (he waned 12!). On par with hotel advice
Metropolitan Park to Albrook Mall: paid $US 2
Albrook mall to El Congrejo (in the worst traffic ever!): Paid $US 6
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility