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... During the day there are markets and French memorials from the construction of the Panama Canal. The architecture on Casco Viejo is very French looking.
Friday night I stayed in because Bel had a guest over for dinner. Her guest is middle-aged and was born in Panama, but now lives in Tennessee. She speaks Spanish so fast, it was insane. It was helpful to talk with someone who was fluent in both languages about ...
... playing on the sound system, and the temperature was perfect - warm, but with a cool breeze coming of the water. The most comfortable I've felt outside of air conditioning since the holiday started.
The macaroni was really good - creamy and tasty. I asked for some pepper and salt to spice it up, and the waitress also bought some Tabasco back with her, so I sloshed a bit if that on as well. The onion was barely cooked, still slightly crunchy. All good. Walked back to ...
... So we stuck around. Of course no visit to Panama would be complete without seeing the great engineering feat that is the Panama Canal. It's 100 years old, inaugurated August 1914 and Panamanians voted in favour of the canals expansion in 2007. It may be a bit of a bore to see but like most museums, it's emotive history draws the crowds in. Accountable for the huge cultural mix in Panama today, workmen from all over the Caribbean, Americas and Europe came to ...
... Fidel Castro Jnr. Other than that our time in Panama City was spent preparing for our boat trip and organising all the essentials we would need as well as doing laundry. Although the San Blas archipelago is part of Panama we are going to write about the boat trip in our next entry with Colombia. Stay posted. Sarah Julian's corner: El Tunco in El Salvador was basically just a little stop over on the way to Nicaragua, I did have plans to give surfing a go but it was to rough ...
... security with time to spare! Another surprise was when we arrived we were handed a card for free medical health care while we were in the country and it went up to US 7500 in costs as well as us 150 dollars a night for a hotel for up to ten days in the case of nursing as well as a ticket home. Free medical, we thought, this place must be rich! Driving towards Panama City, we were hit by how rich the place was, full of luminous high rises. Totally different to what my ...