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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Panama City
... access to our room through the adjoining room. Wow! This all took over 1/2 hour. We let the hot maintenance man stuck on the balcony into our room and all was well. Thank God he didn't fall when he jumped from the balcony next door to our balcony! Daniel figured that somehow Housekeeping had moved the latch and thus our problema! We watched the game in our hotel room after watching the sunset. Well, we watched 1/2 of the game and are watching the re-run right now (Monday 1:10 ...
Route Panama City-boquete-isolated mountain spot-boco del Torres. I started off on a very long journey to Panama City which included a 9 hour sleep on the floor of floridas grotty airport. People were just sleeping absolutely everywhere like some giant human carpet. I woke up with my face stuck to the floor in alarm thinking I had awoken in a Refugee centre somewhere. I digress... Panama City was cool. It looks really developed like the New York skyline with a nice colonial ...
... kilogram motorbike on a sailboat and cross from Panama to Colombia in order to continue their adventure.
It turned out they had exactly the same plans for the 5th of December, so we decided to go to the Miraflores Visitors Center all together. It sounded like a great idea as itīs always better to do such things in a group of people. Further and more importantly we considered Silvana and Felipe to be a nice company; we always had a lot of fun with them even if ...
... to a home cooked meal for a change. While we were at the canal it started raining and didn't stop till late afternoon so it was the perfect afternoon for catching up on the blog. Today we decided to check out some of the cheap shopping in Panama, so once we finished a walk around the historical centre we made our way to the main shopping street. We didn't feel like doing much else for the rest of the day so we just went to the roof of the hostel and watched ...
... away, here is the only time I think people rush. I pay attention to this because in the US this close door button is there just to have as it doesn't actually do anything, but in Panama and maybe the rest of Latin America this button really does work (usually I used stairs so I never paid attention but here most buildings are tall). It's the magic close button, also just there as a brain thing because really there is never any rush.
Working in Latin America has ...