Hotel Finca Lerida
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- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... clambering behind the waterfall, to take a couple of pictures from that perspective. I want to milk this jungle waterfall experience for all it's worth. Time to head back to the 1st waterfall. Carrying all my gear, I can't really do a full swim hike, but I can drop off my stuff, swim/climb down the river through a beautiful little gorge... and then come back again. For a little while I just forget about time and the rest of the world and ...
I tend to receive emails with a lot of the same questions, so I have decided to use this entry to answer them.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why did you choose Panama?
A: I grew up with a close friend in Edmonton, Stephanie, who is Panamanian. She often traveled back and forth between the two countries and shared pictures and experiences of what life was like in Panama. This inspired a desires to visit and see for myself.
... t make it today for whatever reason. El Copé is about a 2 hour drive from Penonomé, and because of this they are only able to conduct a study with these women once a month.
Carolina, Yessica and Myself were assigned to study with a woman named Natidav. She was very friendly and hospitable, but sadly very uneducated. Both she and the other woman have never had any exposure to a learning environment and do not even know the alphabet. This make studying ...
... more affordable accomadations. at the end of the beach we found a local bar pipas with a bunk bed setup for $30 a night / 4 people it worked out to be $7.50, perfect rite on the beach $1 beers a local store not much more i could ask for! i bought a pack of smokes a 2 liter of coke and a liter of rum for $11. we went back to the room and started drinking and playing yucca. the ...
... and enjoy the great food at the buffets and restaurants. So instead of describing every day, I would like to highlight 2 things that stood out as the most memorable happenings of the week.
First was on Thursday, when Lyndi and I decided to take my parents out of the resort (why would we do that?), and spend the day at the Panama Canal. Having taken a private taxi all the way from the airport, we decided to give them a taste of what we do all the time- take ...