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We arrived in Panama City from Miami in the most unlikely backpacker way- business class! We constantly remind ourselves that we are terrible backpackers, this was one of those times! When we arrived in Hotel Andino (hotel is used quite loosely clearly) we were back down to earth! When it was cheaper than a hostel-the price should have been our guide not the word hotel! We were aware that there was a lot of wealth in Panama City, with the canal and ...
... contribution to regain this narrow strip of land is highly recognized by all Panamanians” (Source: http://epiac1216.wordpress.com/2011/10/ 21/the-poetess-of-ancon-hill/)
Here is a link to an audio translation in English of the written Spanish poem. There are several spelling errors and possibly minor translation errors, but it is good enough to get a feel for the ideology in the poem: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjLHbft3 SE0.
... Partial Transit Canal Cruise Bucket List Item Removal Given a purple band as I checked in, I'm beginning to think I'm changing my lucky colour! However that quickly changed, as the majority of passengers seemed to be loud Americans! Also as we boarded an inordinate amount of children under the age of 10! The parents of these children, seemed to give up all claim to their offspring once we weighed anchor!! Several announcements were made to " check for your children". ...
... evening after Stevie from Canada finished jamming on his guitar in the bar of our hostel, the four of us headed out for very late dinner by the sea. On Sunday after a lazy morning sat in a hammock in the hostels tree house, I caught a taxi bus to the language school that I will be studying at for the next 3 weeks (Spanish by the sea www.spanishatlocations.com). It has a really relaxed atmosphere, with hammocks out the front and the lessons taught on ...
... at the canal and walked straight up to the 5th floor observation tower. Unreal. We lucked out (I know I know! I LOVE my travel LUCK!) and there was a GIANT ship passing through. It was from Japan and it was carrying tons of cars. The kids faces were priceless. They were filling the locks, and we got to see the entire process from beginning to finish! AMAZING! They asked the best questions too. Kenny is an awesome guide and his knowledge seems endless. What I love too ...