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... area of town and things were to get much worse! We caught a glimpse of this on out first evening on the way to Casco Vieja or the old town. It is situated by the slums of Panama and you can see bits of this on the walk there. Although we felt a little uneasy in the poorer areas; police presence is phenomenal, you can hardly walk a few hundred metres without seeing an armed guard, so there is little threat. The city on a whole is amazing. We took a hop ...
... interior of the homes. Mi Pueblito had become run down over the past years, and is now being restored. The colonial European town replica is the main one at the entrance, and the most fixed up. Here, you can see a few typical homes with balconies and interior gardens and fountains, a chapel, a barber shop, a post office, a mayor’s office, and a school. In each of these rooms/buildings you see pieces of furniture, daily tools and accessories that ...
... the doors, the valves, the mules are no little trains( they keep the ships centered in the locks) Really an interesting operation. The front doors open, we moved to step 2. Another double sealed door and 8 minutes later we were another 27 feet higher! Off through Lake Gatun and step 3. Standing watching the back doors fade in the distance, 2 older gentleman approached and soto voce,"Do you speak English?" A chuckle arose and I just as quietly replied," you say that like it is a ...
... is useful at this stage. I hope she doesn't take after my last host mother when it comes to breakfasts.... Argh! Fortunately the next morning, Esther whipped up a tasty and normal breakfast which I ate on the big wooden patio, located at the end of the house, right in the sea, looking over the ocean. At 8am I started my four hour lessons with a Swiss girl and German boy, and our Spanish teacher Sylvia. The lesson was so fast moving, and I already feel ...
... say tengo breham or me muero de breham ( I am dying of hunger!)... CRAZY... It has been incredibly challenging for me to understand, and I feel bad because I don't want my second language kids to feel discouraged.
Kenny speaks slowly and mixes both English and Spanish and I gesture next to him or simplify his Spanish to show my kids just how much they CAN understand. They have also blown me away with their willingness and eagerness to practice their Spanish. ...