Doubletree by Hilton Panama City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... going on nearby.
Once we were set to go, there was a string of bells and whistles, each one signifying something different. And then we were off!
The barge we were helping was a private barge from San Diego and we were not sure what it was carrying. We did see a Panama Canal barge passing through before we set off. It makes daily trips between Gatun Locks on the Atlantic side and Pedro Miguel area on the Pacific side. It carries the rock and ...
... to self-check computers to fill in time. They have success. now all they have to do is wait for someone to arrive to collect their bags. They spot one man waiting. They decide to wait near him. As the hours pass the number of people waiting with them increases. Most of them sleeping.
Cirsty decides to try and learn Portuguese from the guide book. Ryan hugs his beloved pack closely and keeps a watchful eye ...
On arrival in Panama City, what struck us first was how clean and modern the city was... What struck us second was how unfriendly the people were compared to the lovely Columbians. It seems that Panamanians seem to have a real thing against Americans (and as we were to learn, rightfully so) but we were all so exhausted that after a bit of a walk around and a bite to eat, we all headed straight to bed. ...
... it to a high ranking officer at the front door. It was definitely one of those totally random moments that you just needed to be at the right place at the right time. After the ceremony was complete we walked back to the hotel as we needed to meet the group for our last supper together. On our way back we stopped for the best ice cream ever off a street vendor at the waterfront. He didn't have any bills to give me as change and I ended up with a pocket full of ...
... in Panama for anything (the drivers are crazy, the traffic is awful, and there is constant construction), I miss thinking that I want to go to Point A, and hopping in my car and going. There is something very liberating about being able to take off at a moment's notice, or leaving the supermarket without having to wait for a taxi while the $6 U.S. brand ice cream you just treated yourself to is melting.
4. Pedestrian Safety. Did I mention that drivers here are crazy? ...