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... America. We go into the store I had the shoes stuck in my mind over and notice they had boxed up all the shoes I was keen on. So we pull all the shoes out of the bigger storage box, but no luck with my size. Thinking it may be a sign I didn't need them, the store next door has a similar pair that apparently looked better and were a bank breaking $8. We go up to pay and the cashier is suspect on a $10 bill the customer in front gave her and after about 5 minutes of her and her ...
... Panama airport. Two bottles of Abuelo rum stored safely in the backpack and we are ready to head on home. Hoping if all goes well that we will be sleeping in our own bed by about 1:00 a.m. We're looking forward to our own pillows and quiet bedroom, that's for sure!
We have hundreds of photos and videos that we couldn't post while on the road - we'll pick a few of the very best of the best and post some of them here in the next week or so.
... The statue faces the old church and convent of San Francisco Asis. On the other side of the square is the Hotel Colombia which has a couple of touristy looking restaurants on the ground floor with tables on the footpath. Looks like a good spot for a drink and possibly a bite to eat when the sun goers down.
A little further down the road is the Teatro Nacional built in 1908 using part of a million dollar grant from the US government. Although not as hot and humid as ...
Blonde Panama City, a tale of two cities with wildly contrasting disparity, I considered, whilst perched on a wall chowing down a portion of street food one evening. From the dividing wall you can take in the Panamanian City panoramic. Turn right and you see the classic Athena poster cityscape; dazzling sky scrapers and their glistening reflections, mirrored in the sea below. Vivacious, innovative and modern, this side of the city brags it's status as ...
... We arrived in San Jose with the intention to stay one night before heading to Panama City, however Julian's stomach got in the way as he chose an awfully quiet touristy looking pub around the corner from our hotel rather than the Chinese restaurant I suggested, and ordered a dirty looking cordon bleu which he inhaled as fast as a Big Mac. Next thing I know I wake up at 3am to Jules rushing to the bathroom. I won't go into detail as it may spoil your appetite for the next week ...